All user reviews of Twistshake Tour

6 parent reviews

The fabric is thinner than I'd like and the apron is kind of too low. Otherwise, an OK push and a lightweight buggy for the city.

Handy and agile

  • handy
  • agile
  • light colour
  • seat could be larger

Handy and agile. The seat’s on the smaller side. We have the one in beige - a cool colour for summer.

Looks great with an Elodie Details footmuff

  • the push
  • the handle

It pushes wonderfully. The stroller also looks great with an Elodie Details footmuff.

I love the weight and foldability, but the open, flappy sides annoy me. I also want a more extensive sun coverage and a MUCH larger storage basket with my next child (and buggy). I'll also go for a pushchair with matching cosytoes available next time. The sold-separately rain cover is very good, on the other hand.

The pushchair feels a bit simple

  • maneuverability
  • price (when "on sale")
  • nice design
  • adjustable handle
  • simplicity
  • I'd like a longer leg rest
  • I'd like a longer hood
  • foam-covered handle

I did use the Twistshale bottles and was very pleased with how they are elaborate. On the other hand, the pushchair feels a bit simple. For the price (under 300 EUR on their site, even if they claim a sale) is good, but twice that price (given as the original price) is over much for this buggy. It's nice for city moms and it turns on the spot, but don't expect the sturdiest model.

The weight and maneuverability are very very nice. I truly appreciate the agile swivel wheels. The stroller fabrics feel a bit too simple to me, however, and I wish the basket would be deeper. I also don't like the gap on the sides of the canopy.

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