A larger toddler won't fit in the seat anymore, and it's hard to put him in the lower seat. Otherwise, it feels good in my hand - it is simply just better for twins than for a baby and a toddler.
- foldable bassinet
- not many nice colors to choose from
- dark bassinet
It is very nice-looking, and with quite a spacious main seat. We only use it as a single at the moment - and bought it hoping to have a second in the near future. It is not the smallest folded size but it's understandable. I only wish they'd make it in colors as well.
- solid frame
- basket is zip-close
- well-made materials
- unique look
- nice suspension
- rain cover included
- seat is shallow
- seat wobbles on the frame
- takes up a lot of room therefore not easy to store in a small flat
- difficult to carry - on the heavy side and without a carry handle
- not a smooth fold
- not easy to get hold of the recline mechanism
- I'd welcome more recline positions
- harness buckle
They call it a city stroller, and yes, it's mostly that. I very much like it on paper, but some features could be maybe better thought-of, they may be frustrating. The versatility of the single as well as double use is great - you have various options. AND it folds with the seat attached, which is not always the case. The bulky fold and the not-always-smooth mechanisms nag me quite a bit, however.
- quality fabrics & finishes
- solid chassis
- on the larger side
A premium stroller: quality fabrics, finishes, and a solid chassis that works well. The carrycot is deep and comfortable. Recommended.
We were deciding between the Sleek and the Vista. We went for the Sleek and I am not sure we did so well. It's difficult to put apart (removing the rear wheels and the carrycot). The frame squeaks a bit. When on terrain or snow, the front wheels get full and you push the stroller by force. I expected a bit more.