All user reviews of X-Lander X-Run

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Absolutely divine in every way!

  • Stable thanks to rear wheels
  • Ideal for running
  • Design
  • Storage
  • Nothing here

For me, absolutely divine in every way!

  • Easy to fold
  • Easy to sit/lie down
  • Brake
  • Lightweight
  • Large wheels
  • Brake - for an all-terrain stroller, it would be better on the rear wheels
  • Turns to the side
  • Faded (blue/red combination)
  • The apron is not complete sturdy, it doesn't fasten well

Great, except it keeps turning left. Couldn't get it to line up - after adding pads, it turned right again. And it faded from the sun. For the money, I would have liked better comfort. But it's good.

A compact enough stroller for terrain

  • Sturdy construction
  • Easy handling
  • Well balanced
  • The handbrake doesn't brake much

We wanted a compact enough stroller for terrain, and our X-Lander does this perfectly :) It rides well in the city, up curbs, etc., without a problem. When I hang a heavier bag with groceries on the handle, it doesn't tip and is stable.

I'm missing suspension


I'm missing suspension and on the newer models also the storage space in the roofhood of the pushchair.

Perfect for running


Maximum satisfaction. It will go through any terrain. Perfect for running.

I had this stroller for my older son as his very first stroller. We first used it with a bassinet, and I don't recommend it with it. It has no suspension and the baby is shaken in it. For an older child in the seat, it is better, because the seat is suspended on the frame and thus cushions the shocks a bit.

The stroller includes many practical things such as an integrated mosquito net, a large and warm apron, a net on the seat's backrest. The backrest does not recline all the way down, probably also for the safety of the child at higher stroller speeds.

The rear wheels are slanted for more stability, but the folding also contributes to the tires wearing out quickly. Ours lasted 9 months of daily stroller use and we had to replace the tires and inner tubes.

  • Light
  • Easy to maneuver
  • Quick manipulation
  • Brake
  • No full opening of the canopy for a total sun coverage

I bought the stroller for the main reason - we live in a village and the terrain is really bad here, with forest all around. The chassis is really very cool; I like that even maneuvering it is very fast - the wheels are right down when I need to go somewhere by car. The only downside is that you can't open up the whole canopy for the full sun coverage, I'm very sorry about that. When my daughter was a baby, I also had the X-Pram and I'm really happy with my purchase. I tried in-line skating and was very surprised at how the chassis didn't move, the wheels didn't tend to go anywhere else. I recommend it.

  • Stable
  • Large canopy
  • Compact for a three-wheeled pushchair
  • Handles nicely
  • Huge basket
  • Worse folding
  • Cannot be laid flat
  • Front wheel is fixed

It's great for skating, for terrain. As a trhree-wheeler, it is not extra long, which I appreciated in the bus, elevator, etc. It has a huge basket where I've stuffed my skates and a bunch of other stuff. :-D Reasonably large canopy with a visor.

The reason I'm getting rid of it is space. I realized this can't really be a main stroller, and I have to have at least one more. And we can't afford the space. It's because it doesn't go in the recliner. The semi-reclining is not quite enough.

For some people, the non-reversible seat and the fixed wheel might be a disadvantage. For myself, I have to say that the fixed wheel is fine on this stroller, it handles well anyway. If it's not loaded, it handles great. With heavy groceries load in the basket, its handling is worse.

A big plus for me is that it can be driven comfortably with one hand and the other to text or hold the baby :-D

But the stroller is really wonderful. It rides really well. :-) Going skating with it is amazing.

  • Great handling
  • Lightweight
  • Goes over any terrain
  • Quality chassis
  • Nothing so far

An amazing companion for any terrain, but also for the city. For me the perfect choice.

  • durable paint
  • durability overall
  • design
  • suitable for off-road
  • children like it
  • none

I have used it for 3 children from birth to 2.5 years, in fact it has been in use for 7 years straight. It's nice, I bought an extra sun shade for it because the original hood is a bit small, it doesn't shade well and doesn't protect much in the wind.

It doesn't blow, but it doesn't take that much to rock a baby to sleep, just walking on gentle terrain has always worked.

The frame is solid, the paint is stable, we changed the tires on the wheels once - due to the fact that we had a puncture. Otherwise it's been great, everything has worked and stayed in good shape without any extra-special maintenance (now my girl friend drives her kid in it, so this pram can handle 4 kids one after the other just fine).

We also bought a buggy board to go with it - great help, so I normally used to take two kids on it at the same time (one in the seat, one on the skate). Good value for the money, the quality is sufficient. 👍

  • Large wheels
  • Spacious seat
  • Stable
  • Large basket under the stroller
  • Small pockets for small items
  • Hand- and conventional brake
  • Bell on the handle
  • Practical accessories (mosquito net, umbrella, etc.)
  • Goes over any terrain
  • Cannot be positioned to a full lie flat
  • Harder to manipulate

We bought the stroller as a second stroller for trips to difficult terrain (forest, mountains, etc.). It handles terrain perfectly and is pretty stable and roomy. A plus is the practical large accessories and the rain cover (it was an extra charge).

Handy handbrake and classic brake, I also liked the bell on the handle 🙂 and the big basket under the stroller plus small pockets for small things.

My only complaint with this stroller is that the seat can't be put in a full recline. My daughter fell asleep in it during the day and evening before putting it in the tent (other sleeping options didn't work - including a carrier), and I wasn't comfortable letting her sleep in a semi-reclining position for that long.

In my opinion, this stroller is unsuitable for the city, as it does not have a swivel front wheel, making it harder to handle smaller spaces. But for terrain it is the perfect choice 🙂 .

  • design
  • functionality

Perfect for running. Ive had it for a long time and I can honestly recommend it!

  • Compact
  • Lightweight
  • Well maneuverable
  • Wonderful for sports
  • Off-road
  • Need to buy a belly handle in front of the child (new version from 2018)

For me, great, and especially light. I've tested more than one stroller, but the X-Run leads the way for me for both sport and city. I've tried the older collection and the new one (2019).

  • large wheels - great for any terrain, broken pavements, snow, etc.
  • fixed front wheel improves stability
  • integrated mosquito net - you won't forget to take it like this, it's always at hand. I also appreciate the zip-on system of its attaching, and the dark color which also shades in the summer
  • apron - it can also work as a footmuff because it is attached in a way that the apron is also under (not only over) the baby's bottom
  • materials - yes, the hood faded after 6 years of use, other than that, however, no weakening of the fabrics, or any other breakage. Also, the fabrics were waterproof, and after a few years, you can just spray impregnation on, and the water will just run down the sides again instead of soaking in
  • removable, double-sided inlay (different colors to choose from) making the cleaning and washing easy
  • handbrake, which is useful not only while running, but also going downhill
  • or in a mountainous area
  • easy manipulation while folding the stroller or removing the wheels for a more compact package - dummy-proofed :-D
  • short-ish hood (but the shading net included is compensating for this downside)
  • difficult access to the shopping basket, particularly when the backrest is fully reclined
  • bumper bar - we never used that because it was in a weird height, pretty much where the child's face was

We own the X-Lander X-Run pushchair from 2012, so the review is for that older type (I know nothing about changes that might have occurred). It is being used for a third child by now, which itself should be saying a lot about how we are satisfied with it. In that six and a half years, it was a very reliable companion for us - we only had to change the outside tires, since they naturally got worn down by our intensive use of the pushchair.

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