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Manna says:
"The frame of the chair is not so stable"
and gives the Thule Shine

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  • sturdy chassis
  • very good wheels
  • forward- and rear-facing option
  • the chair is located a little bit higher than in other compact strollers
  • huge basket
  • material of the canopy not so comfy and does not ventilate well
  • the back of the chair is made out of hard plastic

We had to buy an everday stroller for a 7-month-old. We live in the city center, 3rd floor, no elevator. So, we were looking for something light-weight, narrow, but still sturdy and easy-to-maneuver. Based on reviews, we narrowed our search into Thule Shine, Uppababy Minu V2, Babyzen Yoyo2 and Bugaboo Butterfly.

I really liked the Shine, because this was the only one with a forward- and a rear-facing option, and based on the videos and pictures, it seemed nice, but it was a little disappointment when we tried it in the shop. The chassis is very sturdy, the wheels are really good. The frame of the chair is not so stable in my opinion. It is too hard somehow, the back of the chair is also made of hard plastic and the whole thing moved a little bit at the point where the chair connects to the chair. Also, I did not like the material of the canopy, it was not good to touch, I think it does not ventilate well.

We ended up with the Butterfly instead (with some compromise).

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