- Quiet stroller
- Nice design
- Perfect handling
- We have the inflatable wheels and I've covered a lot of difficult terrain with them 👍
- It can't really be folded with one hand, as the stroller description says - you need one hand to push the side button and the other to squeeze the handle on my version. Impossible with one hand, and I could often use it 🤷♀️
- up to 20kg
- can also be used with an insert for the baby
- the backrest can be adjusted to all positions
- the baby has a big hood over it when it rains or the sun shines
- a cable came out of the hood - it was necessary to file a warranty complaint - everything was solved, 100% repaired
Spacious, lightweight and compact stroller with a simple design - if someone is looking for this, I recommend it. For me a top pushchair. I can go everywhere even in foam wheels. The space for the little one in the stroller is the best thing. Lightness is great, maintenance is easy.
- Great for terrain ride
- Cannot be folded with one hand as the descriptions state
Nice design, fits in a small car boot :)
- Ultra lightweight
- Excellent manoeuvrability
I wouldn't change it.
Light and easy to store as it is compact.
- Excellent compactness
- Affordable price
An excellent stroller. Great to handle. It is light and spacious, so it is suitable for bigger toddlers.
- Not enough suspension
Happy with it.
Light and compact.
- Extended canopy
- Large basket
- Lots of seating positioning options
- Maybe too light - it will roll backwards when inattentive if you hang a heavy load on the handle 😃
- Easy and quick to fold and unfold
- Large carrying capacity (20kg)
- Large basket
- Easy to use
- Maybe just the seat's material
The best stroller we could have bought. Lightweight, compact, spacious, great carrying capacity 👍🏻
- lightweight pushchair
- easy to fold and beautifully compact, e.g. ideal for the plane
- despite the low price, sturdy and well made
- adjustable hood
- with foam wheels, it can only handle pavements, asphalt roads (grass with difficulty), e.g. a normal dirt road is beyond its capabilities
Really light pushchair, which even with a 10kg baby I can carry it beautifully to the tram or up the stairs and I don't have to ask anyone for help. It's definitely a big advantage. Furthermore, it's a relatively inexpensive stroller, yet seems to be well made and sturdy. We don't treat it very nicely and after about 4 months of heavy daily use, nothing has been damaged at all. Our older Camarelo (large) pram hasn't been nearly this durable. It folds up beautifully and flat, ideal for an airplane for example.
What I would criticize though is that it's not really offroad, at least with foam wheels, which is understandable though. :) I was spoiled by the Camarelo's inflatable wheels, which can drive through roots in the woods like nothing. The Valco has problems even on grass, it's just a city stroller for sidewalks.
- Wheels wear down quickly
Super light, spacious. Legs adjust, large sun canopy, large storage basket... Number one for me.
- Comfort for the child
We bought it as a buggy and I think it's great. If I were to get one for a smaller child, I would definitely choose the inflatable wheels. Since we don't ride so much in the stroller anymore, it's a superb buggy for us.
- Handles well
- Super canopy
- I found nothing
I purchased one for my son after trying it out and I was completely satisfied. Now my daughter rides in it.
The wheels are foam, and I don't mind that at all - I have the older version. It's also done well on mountain holidays... I got a thingy for the leg rest.
- Lightweight, easy to handle
- Easy-to-look-at design
- Reclining (even for a small baby)
- Front wheel lock
- With the footmuff, little space even for a small baby
- Few pockets
- The basket is quite large, but it's the hardest to get into
- Poorly accessible brake
- Lack of hooks to hang the bag
- Handle cannot be lowered - uncomfortable for smaller people
- Positioning under the legs does not firm up well
Very inadequate for my needs, otherwise a good stroller. I mainly need a place to store things, but the basket is hard to get into, you put three diapers, wipes and tissues in the pockets and there is no room. It doesn't have hooks to hang another bag, so basically either the bag will hang up by the baby's head or there will be none. I haven't tried the terrain, it seems more like a city stroller, more for shorter distances.
One of the lightest. I have it with the foam wheels. It's compact and roomy.
For an older toddler, a superb buggy.
- Folds well and quickly
- Takes up little space
- Spacious storage basket (nice to get to)
- Practically everything can be taken off and washed
- Positioning of the legs and back (up to lying down)
- No suspension
We were completely happy with this stroller. It is lightweight, foldable. It handled the heavier terrain, even though it is not cushioned and has foam wheels.
- easy to push
In 4 years, I haven't found any faults. Lightweight, maneuverable, compact.
- easy to fold
- machine washable
- giant basket
- easy to use
- after folding, the wheels rub against the hood
Top of the line. Lightweight, foldable and completely washable. I take one point off for the fact that after folding the wheels touch the canopy and thus dirty it up. We used it from the 4th month until 2 years.
- excellent manoeuvring
- traversed every terrain
- folds inwards
- leg positioning
- easy back positioning
- long hood
- large basket
- I found none
THE stroller 👌 Absolutely perfect 👌
Handy, after folding quite compact, the folding is easy. Folding inwards is great (inside is always clean).
Lightweight, excellent manoeuvring even with one hand, and also getting on curbs. I didn't miss the suspension at all, it crossed all terrains - whether grass, snow, or ice (here and when we took it for a holiday in the mountains). Enough space for a child, positioning - whether legs or back - was smooth. Sometimes I regret that I didn't keep it for my second son.
- Long enough for an older child, but doesn't take up much space
- Folds inwards, so it doesn't get dirty on the inside
- Large canopy almost to the baby's feet
- The backrest is positioned with straps, so you choose the ideal position yourself
- Can be operated with one hand
The perfect baby carriage. It took me a long time to find the right one :)
- Hard to steer with one hand (e.g. in the rain with an umbrella)
I sold it - I was not happy with the handling and the hardness of the chassis.
- Cheap materials
Lightweight, foldable, adjustable. Unfortunately, the wheels worn off quickly. And overall, it feels like a cheap stroller. The changeable hoods are good, but despite that, the whole stroller is really hard to take apart, like for washing.
- Small size when folded
- Great for travel (even on the plane)
- Seats almost at right angles (which not many strollers have)
- Recline control - quick and handy
- Cannot have a puncture
- None, apart from the clumsy seatbelt fastening - it could have been devised more cleverly
Excellent, lightweight and compact pushchair. Modern design and simplicity.
- High quality design
- The canopy shades really well
- Strap on the handle
- All washable
- Basket accessible only from the side of the handle
- No handbrake
A very light stroller, one-handed handling. Easy to store and small when folded. Relatively large basket under the stroller. However, it is not accessible from all 3 sides, but only from the back. Safety child buckle, reflective elements, quality materials.
- Easy to fold
- Narrow enough to fit old narrow elevators
- Large canopy
- Wheels of quite the right size for universal use
- Large basket
- Pockets behind the seat
- No suspensions
- Old model without adjustable leg rest
- Less suited for the transition from bassinet as the seat is not reversible and quite large
It lasted us for two kids, from the beginning till when they were approx. 2 years old (then we preferred to make them walk).
- Adjustable leg rest
- It is lightweight
- Lies flat
- Great folding
- Foam wheels into which pebbles are stuck
- Handle cannot be positioned
Great pushchair. Adjustable leg rest, lies flat and is light... It suits us.
- good looking
- no adjustment of the handle bar
For us, pretty much a perfect pushchair.
- Positioning of legs
- Interchangeable canopies
- Handles well
- Pockets behind canopy
- Large canopy
- I can't get into the basket from the side for slightly larger items
- When folded, the wheels smudge the canopy
- Foam wheels wear down quickly in the terrain
I keep it ready in my car for trips to the shops and into town instead of a buggy - and I'm happy. I first used it as a chassis for the Kiddy Evolution Pro 2 car seat and now as a pushchair. It suits me perfectly for these needs. It's relatively roomy for the size, it's compact and really lightweight (the version with foam wheels).
I wouldn't choose it as my only stroller though. I have a Baby Jogger Summit X3 for normal riding, trips, walking the dog and skating and that's in a different league, but for shopping and folding the Snap is great.
I would buy the stroller again in a heartbeat.
Maximum customer satisfaction. It folds down well as well.
The stroller has a lot of advantages, but one big flaw - the wheels! They won't survive life in the city or in a village. I do not recommend Valco Snap, it will be up for repair in a while.
- Light, ideal when you have stairs to the house
- Easy to fold
- Easy to clean
- Slippery material on the seat
- The bassinet is not rockable and it is harder to steer the pram with it
We have the Valco Snap 4 in the pushchair version. We also bought a cot to it, so now it is a 2 in 1. Since we live in mountainous part of the city, we bought inflatable wheels, which were not part of it a few years ago. I think they are now fitted automatically to some versions.
If you have stairs to your house, the Snap 4 is great. It's really light compared to other strollers, and it won't make you broke. It folds well.
In the classic newborn version, the bassinet is spacious, comfortable. It's a bit harder to handle, because the center of gravity is a bit shifted. In the pushchair version this is no longer a problem. Also, you can not "rock" the baby, the stroller is not cushioned - so you have nothing else to do but to walk around.
Choose inflatable wheels - they are a bit heavier, but it's worth it. Especially in winter you will appreciate it.
In the pushchair version, the slippery material of the seating is still a bit of a problem for me - the child slides. This can be easily solved with the lower part of the footmuff. On the other hand, the stroller is easy to clean.
- Really light (lighter than classic buggies)
- Good handling
- Huge hood to hide from the sun
- Great folding and unfolding
- Small size when folded, ideal for the car, on the road
- Leg positioning
- Large basket
- Beautiful material (Tailormade)
- The wheels wear off quickly
- Every other mom has one :)
- It is not suitable for winter, it would blow in behind the head. Use as a buggy - spring, summer, autumn
Lightweight, easy to control stroller for trips to the city. I would not choose it as an only stroller though. For off-road I have the Jane Slalom Pro or the Concord Wanderer. This is the one I have in my short Fabia when we don't go out as a whole family.
The stroller is the perfect replacement for a classic umbrella buggy, definitely more comfortable than a buggy and hopefully more compact as well. We will definitely take it with us on holiday.
Amazing stroller! The only fault is that the canopy gets a bit dirty from the wheels when folded. Otherwise fantastic. Light, nimble, great 😍
- Light weight
- The only thing I can think of is that the handle couldn't be positioned - but I didn't mind
The perfect pushchair. Folds up great, takes up little space in the car. Light, spacious, I do not regret the purchase.
- Easy to handle
- Lightweight (I can carry it on my shoulder like a handbag)
- Super price
For me absolutely great. 🔝 Can be operated with one hand. I consider the possibility of changing the canopy to be a big plus. You don't have to buy a second pushchair - just replace the hood.
- Lock against unfolding and folding
- Five-point belt
- Wide seat
- Large canopy
- Easy to change backrest position
- Ventilation net
- Handy pocket
- Everything can be washed
- Plenty of accessories to buy
- Small pebbles get into the foam wheels
- The basket is put under a lot of strian when the stroller is folded
- Foam on the protective belly arch, you must have a protector sleeve or something
- The pouch is not zipped
I've only had it for a month so far, but it's the best I've tried. Lightweight, great to handle and fold, big enough basket, comfortable seat... Btw - it's seriously awesome :)
- Easily foldable
- Foam wheels in winter, not the best
I have been using it for almost 2 years for me absolutely great. And very lightweight :) 10/10 for me.
- The stroller's canopy can be completely open, and as such it shades super well in the summer
- Very light
- Easy to fold and unfold
I am very happy with the stroller 🙂 I definitely recommend it to other mothers 😉
- Excellent handling
- Easy folding
The best stroller (for me) after I finished using the 3in1 combination.
An amazing pushchair. Lightweight, compact, plenty of room for the baby... Definitely recommended.
- Fits in a really small car when folded
- No handle adjustment
Super light and compact stroller. Quiet, easy to handle, extended hood and adjustable legs. Great satisfaction.
- Easy to operate and fold
- Leg rest positioning
- Canopy extension
- Handle cannot be adjusted in height
- It took me longer to get used to the cord for positioning the backrest
I bought the stroller because of a vacation and frequent transport in the car. I really got used to it as it is really light and quick to fold and unfold. I bought the inflatable wheels and I am very happy with it.
Perfect even for smaller kids who can't stand being in the bassinet 👍
- Large storage space
- Good to steer
I've had the stroller for a while and I'm very satisfied. Easy folding and cleaning - I have the Tailormade version. The little one has enough space to sit there. The storage space is also excellent. Easy handling.
- Quick folding
- And light, over everything :-)
Stroller Valco Snap - Eden, limited edition :-)... Simply amazing. Beautiful, easy and quick to fold.
- Easy to fold
- Takes up little space in the trunk when folded
- Sufficiently long hood against the sun
- It is not as maneuverable as our 3 in 1 combination
All described in the advantages and disadvantages.
- Super driving characteristics
- Good storage
- Large and accessible basket
- Canopy can be changed for different colours
- At the beginning the wheels and the construction ''squeaked''
- Adding a buggyboard for the second child
I am very happy with this stroller.
- Good folding system
- Easy to push stroller 👍🏻
- The recline is not as easy, with the strap
A great pram, I was happy with it.
- Low weight
- Easy handling
- Easy folding
- Takes up little space in the car
- Comfortable stroller for baby
- In two years of use I have not noticed any downsides
This stroller is very good. When my first born was 8 months old, and I was expecting another princess, it was quite difficult to walk on public transport with the pushchair versiont of our 3in1 system because it was quite heavy. So I decided to buy a pure pushchair/buggy. I asked in the store for the lightest stroller - and they showed me this one. I don't regret the purchase.
Super lightweight, it's only 7 kg. Very easy to handle. Both the footrest and the headrest (back) can be adjusted in height. The canopy opens beautifully so that the baby is not disturbed when sleeping. Also protects from rain. I recommend it to everyone. I even fit two babies in it 🙂.
- Can be put into full lie-flat
- Lightweight and foldable, great for train travel
- With the heavier weight of the handbag, it tilts backwards
- Terrain is not its friend
- The wheels wobble
I spent many days choosing a sports stroller and reading reviews. This stroller had great reviews, so I bought it, but I was not happy with it and would definitely not recommend it.
Our older model had no leg rest adjustment which we missed, and the rear mesh part could better cover the head. Otherwise a perfect pushchair.
- foam wheels
- easy to handle
- faded sun canopy
The stroller's price/quality ratio is good. It is light and yet spacious for the child to sit. It can handle some terrain and looks nice.
- Neda sa otacat za jazdy rucka - akoo dvihat sa a prisposobit jej vysku k tomu, co kocikuje
Perfect, extra light, can handle even heavy shopping load. When the baby falls asleep, and you lower the position - it does not feel it and does not wake up.
- Lightweight and compact
- Easy to steer
- The pushchair is quite expensive
The stroller is very light and compact. I had it on my son, right from 7 months - and I was very happy with it. I bought another one for my daughter, but eventually went back to the Valco.
- Low weight
- Folds inwards
- Storage pockets
- Large sleeping area
- Leg positioning
- Zero cushioning
- Poor handling and ride characteristics
- Very inconveniently placed center of gravity
- Difficult to access the basket
I was very curious about the stroller because it is very often glorified. But I have to say that I don't understand its popularity. I bought it for the car as a second hand pram for a few Czech crowns. It is very light, it fits nicely into my short Fabia. Compared to our three-wheeler City Elite from Baby Jogger, however, it's a complete rattle, which is difficult to ride with even with our 8,5 kg daughter, let alone with our 17 kg son.
It is difficult to climb into the storage basket at the bottom. I like the relatively large seat surface, the leg positioning, the fairly long sun canopy, the storage pockets. The fabrics, although it looks very cheap (we have the basic version), will hold up and clean well.
Unfortunately, the driving characteristics are not very good. In addition, I am constantly kicking the brake and it has a very poorly positioned center of gravity, for my taste - exactly the same as our old Britax B-Motion 4 Plus. We have a version with foam wheels that rattle when riding. There is absolutely no cushioning. I wouldn't buy it for full price, I'll pass on the few hundred for occasional travel. As a main stroller I would not want it. For its selling price you can get much better strollers - for example Joie Litetrax or Mytrax. The low weight is not really a benefit that would positively affect the riding characteristics.
Compact, light, perfect for traveling. Spacious for the kid.
- EVA foam wheels, so no risk of a puncture
- large hood that covers a lot
- lie-flat seat back
- easy folding
- great ventilation for hot days
- not so accessible storage space
- unstable, it can happen it falls over
- no pushbar adjustment
We bought this as a travel and public transport stroller. It is very light, easy to fold, easy to manipulate with in public transport. Impractical for terrain, however.
We used it for two kids already, without problems or damages.
- Low weight
- Large bottom basket
- Full recline
- The pink canopy is faded from the sun
- Slippery material on the footmuff, especially in winter
- Foam handle - needs a cover
Probably the best stroller I've ever had. Too bad I didn't know about it before (with my first daughter). I got the foam wheels, but it didn't bother me or the little one. She was happy to be shaken - she fell asleep earlier.
- can be folded and unfolded quickly
- price was acceptable
- withstands a variety of terrains
- they could make a better storage basket (with easier access)
If one has a clear idea and wants something light, smart and not overpriced, this is a great choice. It met my expectations 😉
- Easy steering
- Large hood
- Quality covers
- No-maintenance wheels
- I can imagine a better access to the basket
I am very satisfied with the stroller. After more than a year of daily use it looks like new. I have the Tailormade version - the hood is not at all faded.
- spacious enough
- maybe only the stones in the wheel foam
We've used it for two and a half yeat. It works great, and it looks great (marl fabrics) - my DD was super happy in it. The seat was wide enough even when she's in winter clothes (34 cm). The seat could be longer (87 cm) but was actually enough all the way through the toddlerhood.
- I am still to find some
An excellent pushchair, I would not change it for any other.
- I've got nothing
It fits in a small car boot and takes up little space. It's sturdy, doesn't squeak and will go over some terrain 😊
- Good for larger toddlers
- Expensive spare parts
I wanted it since my first daughter - it is great that it also accepts a bassinet. We have the Snap 4 and use it with the bassinet still - it is long and spacious enough. And the seat is OK even for the older Y-year-old! 😁
- Comfortable for the baby
- Easy one-handed manipulation
- Maneuvers just as it should
- Air wheels option
- Very compact - for the car or travels
- Nice canopy coverage
- I only mind the handlebar that can't be adjusted - and it is too short for me. I am tall and my steps are quite long :-)
Super happy with it! Since my child could sit it was using this buggy.
- low weight
- easy folding and unfolding
Awesome stroller. Stackable, lightweight, great storage space, suitable for the plane 👍
- Roomy for the baby
- Easy to drive with one hand
A great pushchair. I definitely recommend it, I am very satisfied.
- easy to fold one handedly
- it has none
I definitely recommend it. A superb stroller.
- Extended hood
- Wide seat
- Non-adjustable handlebar
- The basket scratches easily and the access there is difficult
We own a Valco Snap from March 2017, and I use it with my son on a daily basis from his 4m to 2.5y - and we were very happy with it. He liked to sit in it, liked to nap in it, no visible marks of aging - the stroller is like new.
I cannot really criticize anything. Now we're having a daughter, and I am planning to use it again.
- load capacity 20kg
- large space for baby
- various accessories of different colours and patterns can be purchased... Every Valco I meet is completely different :-)
- cannot be put in the opposite parent facing mode
- no suspension
- there is a net in the back and only a piece of fabric over it - I think it's stupid, when the baby's asleep... it's like it's in a tunnel
The stroller is great for the city. It is lightweight, compact and spacious for the baby, which are its biggest pros. It's also very popular and sells a lot, so a lot of seamstresses have started a business with it and sew anything on it. Anyone can make a stroller any way they want. You can also buy parts at reasonable prices. But once you decide to go out of town into the woods, or just cracked sidewalks, it's a problem :-)
- No squeaking
- Easy to fold
- Takes up only a little space
- Can be used for naps even for a 3yo
- I found no cons
The best pushchair I had! I would not change it for any other!
An easy to push stroller, fast folding, even larger baby can sleep in it... maximum satisfaction.
- easy to push
- lightweight chassis
- 44lbs/20kg weight capacity
- easy fold
- wheels could have some form of suspension, but it doesn't matter that much
A very good stroller. Lightweight and compact.
- large canopy with a window
- possible ventilation - there is a net behind the head in the lying position
- takes up little space in the car
- is lightweight
- can be unfolded quickly and easily with one hand
A good buy. Large canopy with a window, possible ventilation - there is a net behind the head in the lying position; and takes up little space in the car. It's lightweight and can be unfolded quickly and easily with one hand. I can only recommend it - it even handles terrain with stones.
- Simple fold
- Backrest and leg rest adjustment
- Long hood
- The hood gets dirty when you fold the stroller - because of the wheels touching it
Compact and quite spacious. A minus is the wheels dirtying up the hood when you fold it.
- super light and compact
- large adjustable canopy
- many adjustable positions from sitting to lying down
😍 Absolute satisfaction and a matter of the heart. Since less than a year it has been an indispensable help during trips, shopping and walks and falling asleep.
I am very happy with this pushchair.