- leg rest could be longer
We own the Silver Cross Spirit, and we love it. The wheels are simply fabulous. I highly recommend it.
- quality fabrics
- small seat
- not all-terrain
Nice urban "vehicle" for the beginning. I find the seat a bit too short, mainly in the leg rest area. I would guess good for a year and a half, small child maybe two years...
My husband hates how low to the ground it is; I love the looks, but the hood in the reclined position is not enough coverage
My husband hates how low to the ground it is; he says it looks like a doll pram and also, ho kicks the rear axle (he's tall). I do love the looks, it pushes nicely, but the hood in the reclined position is not covering the baby enough.
Nice, but a bit pricey for what it is. A beautiful urban stroller for a mum that needs to see her little one. I like the one-hand, compact fold, and it's spacious enough for my boy. Wheels are what I like the most.
- possibility of soft insert carrycot
- quality (and pretty), thick wheels
- canopy could be longer, especially while in the lying position
- not much for harsher terrain, but the occasional bumps are alright
I love how small, lightweight, and compact it is. It seems to me a bit like it's a Cybex Mios ripoff but from a well-established brand as well as very well-made. The people from Silver Cross took a good design and put there something from themselves. Happy about the ventilation backrest, very nice, quality wheels (more robust than the Mios') with suspension, and the larger basket. I don't think one could fit a 22kg child there, but it is spacious enough. I'd also make the canopy even larger, but I'd do the same with the Mios.