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baja says:
"The only minus I see with this stroller is that there are an awful lot of them - so you have to count on encountering one on every corner during your walk"
and gives the Valco Baby Snap 4 Sport
4

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  • low weight
  • easy and quick folding
  • large shopping basket
  • pleasant to handle and stroller (even with a heavier baby)
  • spacious seat
  • carrying capacity up to 20 kg
  • extendable canopy
  • inflatable wheels
  • design - "ordinary"
  • there are a lot of them
  • could be a bit more cushioned

A very handy, smart and practical stroller. Design-wise it is nothing special, but it is comfortable for both baby and mom.

What I appreciated most was the light weight, the easy and quick folding system and the relatively large shopping basket. It's great to manoeuvre - even going down and up the curb is hassle-free, even with a heavier baby.

It is as spacious as possible for the baby in width and length, even the three year old did not feel overgrown in it. It reclines all the way up to lying down, and the leg positioning also makes it perfect for napping. The canopy is extendable - not quite to the baby's feet, but I think it's enough. I also had a chance to try the model with foam wheels and I definitely recommend paying for the "Sport" inflatable version - you can feel the wheels very much when you ride and you'd rather inflate occasionally rather than pulling out pebbles every now and then.

I was most worried about the handle not being able to be positioned, but the height suited me, so positioning wasn't missed. The only minus I see with this stroller is that there are an awful lot of them - so you have to count on encountering one on every corner during your walk. And I'm sure some neighbor will have one too :-D

4.2/5
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