- soft suspension
- no-maintenance wheels
- forward as well as parent-facing seat unit
- sandals-friendly brake
- small basket
- the seat is definitely not as pretty as the bassinet
I was considering the Noordi Fjordi and the Tutis Uno+. The Fjordi lost because of its inflatable wheels, otherwise, they seemed very similar in functionality. I was a bit afraid of punctures.
The Uno+ has a very nice, soft suspension. I like pushing the pram around, it looks beautiful as the sun shines on the strip detail. The bassinet itself doesn't seem that big inside as it seems from the outside, I'd say it's average... but it should last about the 5-6 months of my daughter, she's not that large of a baby.
I can't say much about the seat - we didn't use it yet. We use a Maxi-Cosi Pebble with it and it fits just fine. The frame is not the most lightweight nor compact, but we have a large boot so I didn't choose based on the compactness.