Excellent stroller. Massive, comfortable for the child, suitable for all weather.
Happiness on my part, it was used with 2 kids and still went out into the world looking good.
- stable, robust chassis
- can handle the terrain
- easy to operate
- large and easily accessible basket
- comfortable for older children
- large, well-shielding canopy
- slightly higher weight
- chassis dimensions - especially the rear wheels width
Satisfaction. Without a single defect I have used it for two children and it fulfilled everything I needed from a stroller. We have changed the wheel tyres and inner tubes once during its use.
The stroller is not exactly a design hit, but it looks nice, has good chassis, can handle terrain, handles well. The seat unit is spacious enough and comfortable for the child. Both of my kids went into the seat when they were sitting up, so I didn't mind that the backrest couldn't be put in full recline or full upright sittting. I also missed the rear-facing and forward-facing feature, grandmothers especially missed that. I liked the big canopy, the big basket and the fact that the stroller is low enough to the ground that the child can climb in it by himself (not every stroller has that).
The only major drawback I consider to be the larger size, especially the width of the rear wheels. This is something to consider if you have a car with a small trunk. I'd also recommend measuring the front door and the elevator door.
- Nice, I always liked the looks of this
- Comfortable seat with good positioning
- Small bassinet
- It doesn't rock and that's crucial! The baby is wobbled, it can't be healthy at all! (I don't know about the new types, maybe they've fixed it)
- You can't turn the pushchair rearwards-facing (but this is acceptable in some situations - it makes it lighter)
A nice stroller, but it has many major drawbacks! I would also welcome a handbrake, but I would welcome that in many other brands - it is not yet the custom to equip regular strollers with it.
- easy manipulation
- the front wheels oscillate when in the pushchair mode - apparently poor weight distribution
It has advantages and disadvantages.
Huge satisfaction with the pushchair, inflatable wheels, very good handling, spacious for sleeping of the child. In all respects excellent, I have no reservations.
I was satisfied with the stroller. It is on the heavier side, but I don't have to worry about it falling over when the wind blows. We have it in pushchair version, and I am satisfied with the space in the seat. The only thing I would complain about is the basket. It's harder to get into, but otherwise a lot of music for little money.
- low price
- low weight
- large wheels, front with locking option
- quite large shopping basket
- no suspension
- small gap at front wheel lock
- not so great quality (rattly)
I have a 2015 model, a 2 in 1 combination. The stroller is not bad, but it has some flaws.
I was looking for a lightweight stroller for terrain. I pull the stroller up stairs and I'm 50 pounds myself, so I wanted a lightweight stroller first and foremost. The stroller meets this point perfectly. It is a little heavier as a pram (with the cot), but it is still easy to handle.
According to the description, the stroller is suitable for the terrain, but it is not so great. It does have quite large wheels, but the front wheels have a small gap between the wheel and the locking system, so snow, mud and wet leaves get stuck there. Then the wheels get choppy and ride like a sledge. If the wheels aren't locked, it's a little better, but not great. The stroller has no suspension, so little babies bounce around a lot in the bassinet.
The canopy on the seat allows for expansion when you unzip the zipper, but this expansion itself doesn't hold much - especially when going uphill or over bumps. The stroller brake started to fall off on its own after less than two years of use.
The apron on the cot attaches with magnets, so it does blow in a little.
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It took me a long time to choose, but I couldn't have picked a better one :-)
I had it with both children, and I was satisfied.
A decent stroller that goes through almost everything. I am happy with it.
I was happy with it - I had the 2007 model :-D The only thing I minded was the recline system.
- Spacious seat
- Full reclining seat positioning
- Extendable canopy
- Relatively large front and rear wheels for off-road use
- Stroller weight
- Seat cannot be positioned with one hand
- Seat cannot be put on rearward facing
- Stroller has no suspension, is quite stiff on the ground
- Not compact, hard to fit in a smaller car boot - wheels have to be removed
A spacious sports stroller for children aged 0-36 months. We had two XA models. One from 2009 which we used as a second stroller for the garden, grandma's etc. And then a newer one from 2017.
I can't fail to add that as stressed as the 2009 model was, it was still solid and sturdy even after nine years. Nothing squeaked anywhere, the wheels didn't squeak, the folding of the structure was also fine.
By contrast, the 2017 model was in the same condition, perhaps even worse than the 2009 model, after just a month of daily use. The handle had loosened, the brake had started to fall off on its own at times. The front wheels were clicking after a month. The rear right wheel had a broken release mechanism. I dare say of myself that I value things and handle them with care - even more so when it is a new stroller.
- 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.