- futuristic feel
- a very small fold
- a good push
- narrow handle
To me, it looks futuristic. And it is very nice to push. Recommended for the time when you only need a buggy for your toddler (while there's still some terrain to overcome).
- Good even for larger toddlers
- Lie-flat seat
- A very compact fold
- 'Hanging' seat absorbs bumps well
- Someone could ming the hanging seat (it is not so rigid)
- No adjustable handle
- Some might say the shape is strange (it is not a stylish model)
- Folds with two hands
We are happy with it, and recommend it to anyone that needs something small but capable.
The "hanging" seat might seem like a minus, but it helps to absorb the bumps from the road along with the soft frame suspension. The leg rest is adjustable - it seems very (maybe too) simple but it works.
My boy likes to be in it. I would maybe only like a handlebar adjustment for the dad - he is quite tall, so he has to bend a bit to push it.
- for almost all surfaces
- soft suspension
- sporty look (but for some, this could be a negative)
- the fabrics fold into the seat when in the upright position
- strap recline (but this is a minor con and thanks to that, the buggy is lighter)
An incredibly practical, very sporty-looking little pushchair, and it really works on almost any terrain. The shock-absorbing is nice and soft.
We like that it's unique - we have yet to meet the same one on the street. I guess it's cause not everybody is into this style. It works very well and folds down tiny.