- reversible seat
- bucket positioning (older version)
- long canopy
- 5-point harness
- incredibly light, foldable
- large basket
- no space to attach a footmuff
I bought the stroller for a holiday by the sea. It is wonderfully light and foldable. My little one didn't want to be in a stroller, but when I bought this (our 4th stroller), he does stay in the stroller and even falls asleep in it.
- possibility to face both directions
- super lightweight
- possibility to buy a lot of beautiful accessories
- sophisticated rear wheel brake
- giant canopy
- although it looks compact, it is not and takes up a lot of space for transport
- no suspension
Super lightweight pushchair with reversible seat.
- Large inflatable wheels
- Spacious bassinet
- Good to push
- Handled the terrain
- Harder to push in winter
- I didn't ride when there was snow - it didn't make it in the snow 😎
Happy with this - I would get it for my second baby again.
- Rather lightweight
- Reversible seat
- Big Canopy
- Smallish carrycot
- Texture of the fabrics, synthetic material
- Not small when folded because of the unfoldable bucketstyle seat
I bought a used one and sold it before our baby was born. Didn't like the material, it felt too synthetic, also the fold was not very small because of the bucket style seat that could not fold.
Nevyhodou je, ze ked je sedacka otocena, tazisko kocika nie je zrovna v idealnej polohe, a cez jamy a obrubniky je tazsie ovladatelny
- Lower weight
- Possibility to turn the seat parent-facing
- Large canopy with ventilation
- Harder to operate when the seat is facing the parent
We have this Valco stroller for travelling, it is compact and light-ish. We chose this Ultra model because the seat can be turned to face the world and the parent, so we can see the baby. The downside is that when the seat is turned like this, the stroller's center of gravity is not exactly in the ideal position, and it is harder to steer over potholes and curbs. With the seat turned forward, the handling is easier.
- No handle positioninh
- Bucket seat
For me an average stroller. Someone praises it, someone complains. For me see the pros and cons.
Absolutely perfect. I have two children, and we needed something smaller to fit in our car. When I bought it, my younger son wasn't yet 6 months old, so I needed a reversible stroller. I can honestly say 100% satisfaction.
- Extended canopy
- Easy to drive
- Large shopping basket
- Foam wheels
- Not much suspension
We used it for over a year. I was delighted to have it. It has many advantages. It features an ergonomic seat (not every child likes this type, however, but ours did love it). The only downside are the foam wheels and the lack of suspensions.
- easy to fold and unfold
- you can carry a folded one on your shoulder
- adjustable, reversible seat
We bought a used one in brown. Even after one child, it looked very well. We needed it mainly for travels - I was searching for something lightweight, compact, and easily foldable. Valco Snap Ultra met all of these expectations. It fits our car without problems and takes up only a little space when folded.
The seat unit is reversible and can be fully reclined, so you can use it for small children that don't even sit by themselves just yet. I was a bit afraid since the seat doesn't lay 180degrees (flat), but without reason - my son loved the small incline, and he also put his feet gladly on the bumper bar in this position. Even if they say the seat is on the smaller side, he fits comfortably, without issues. He is 1y7m old, but with a size 98/104 :-)
I recommend this model, and if we have a second child, I will only buy a carrycot to add to it.