You get what you pay for
Nice, light, easy to use stroller. Fine on even surfaces, but not on rough or uneven terrain due to the poor quality wheels. Our baby also doesn't look at all comfortable in it. It does not recline. Although it says suitable for newborns, I would not recommend this for newborns. We will however get more use out of it when our baby is a bit older. For the price, this is a good stroller to have for a quick trip where you don't want to lug something heavy around. However, expect a very cheap looking, poor quality stroller for this price.
Alright doesn’t layback enough
The pram is easy to open and close. It’s storage is very small and difficult to fit slightly larger items like a bottle of milk. You can’t hold anything heavy as it will tip. Cheap so you pay for what you get I like it for a quick trip to the shops but not good for wanting to store In storage.
For the money its not too bad
This was purchased after we went on a flight and forgot our bigger pram at home!
Daughter (2.5 years) sat in it fairly comfortably and it appeared to have decent width which must have made her more comfortable.
The main downside is that I initially would accidentally kick the back wheels as I pushed her along, because they are a bit closer together than I have been used to.
I truly cannot complain for the price, it has actually been used more than our original pram, and its a breeze to fold and store in the boot and nice and light weight.
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