- Spacious carrycot (even for a winter child, with a footmuff)
- Spacious seat unit
- Big, air-filled wheels
- Very easy to push (even for my older 5-year-old)
- Complete lay-flat in the seat part
- Seat unit only faces forward
- The backrest adjustment in the seat is not too practical
- A bit too hard on uneven surfaces - no suspension
- A transparent part on the canopy
X-lander XA, version Europe - I chose it because of the big wheels to tackle snow because we have an October baby. It handles great even in harsh terrain. I can go anywhere with it.
The biggest drawback being that the seat unit cannot change directions, which I got used to. But the backrest recline is terribly made. You need two hands to put the seat down, which really sucks manipulation-wise. I have to squat to get to it. Another absurdity is the transparent part on the canopy of the seat unit. It's okay to see the baby - BUT there is nothing to cover it, so the sun shines on your baby. I had to put a blanket over it.