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baj says:
"The stroller is cool, but it didn't win me over"
and gives the Stokke Xplory V3

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  • Lots of seat height/handle adjustment options
  • Adaptable sports section also suitable for a larger child
  • Lightweight
  • Design
  • Possibility to liven it up with the use of kits
  • If the seat is rearward-facing, you cannot see the child and cannot recline the seat for sleeping
  • There is no basket
  • Unstable when going in/out on the curb
  • Somewhat complicated to fold and large size when folded
  • Unsuitable for off-road use

I guess I'll be the exception, but after trying Stokke I became neither a fanatic nor a hater :-D The stroller is cool, but it didn't win me over. I appreciate the flexibility (height adjustment of the seat/pushchair, handle adjustment...), reasonably designed seat part - it can be nicely adjusted to the age and height of the child, low weight and good maneuverability, the possibility of reviving the stroller with Style, Winter, Summer kits.

What bothered me the most was that if the seat is in the direction of travel, you absolutely can't see the baby (even after opening the canopy through the net I couldn't see the little one). Also, I really missed a basket and when going down and up the curb, I felt like the stroller was going to tip over - I don't know if it was because of the atypical design or because the seat (center of gravity) is higher than other strollers.

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