- nice push
- adjustable handlebar
- handbrake, flip-flop friendly pedal brake
- extendable hood
- awesome storage basket
- textile drinks holder included
- wheels & suspension
- slanted seat
- narrow seat; could be more spacious
- no leg rest adjustment
- foam push bar
- rain cover not included
- rotating parent handle won't be tall-dad friendly
This is a bulky-ish pushchair, no doubt about it, but it also means it will last and pushes excellently even if the terrain is not that excellent. I personally like the rotating push bar, even though it is also a downside for my hubby which is talles, so would welcome a telescoping one to have more space for his long stride. The shorter base (compared with ie. Thule jogging strollers) is definitely a plus, but the wider base, on the other hand, won't be your friend around shops and any narrower doorways).
Loving!!! the storage, it is huge and can be covered. Also loving the robust wheels that don't need inflating. The shock-absorbers in the back are also a very nice addition (the front wheel is harsher in terms of suspension, but works well and doesn't get stuck on tree roots).
And the seat - nice, comfy, high quality, just a bit slanted (which strap-operated isn't, though)... and it could be roomier (wider, with more space to the canopy). I miss an adjustable leg rest, however, I don't get why they don't put such a feature in, I mean, it would be an advantage over Thule, wouldn't it? baby Jogger does that already, too... 🙃
Any my last niggle with this is the foam handle. A premium brand-jogger, so why not eco-leather (at least as an optional accessory)?
All in all, a very very nice jogging pushchair. Sturdy. High quality. Not the cheapest, of course, so I would expect more premium details, more accessories/gimmicks included, something... Still, it is a thing that will last, so for an active lifestyle, one of the better options.