My favourite purchase yet!!!
This is hands down my most favourite baby item that I have purchased. I am tall and some of the other prams that I was looking at including the bugaboo were just so low that I knew I would end up with a bad back from bending down so far where as the stokke is much higher up which I absolutely love. It looks sturdy (and is sturdy) and luxurious and I always get complimented on it. One lady even told me it looks like the Rolls-Royce of prams it's that nice.
When the seat attachment is in it also doubles as a high chair whilst out at restaurants which is another great feature.
Can’t fault it
I love the whole design and its compacity. It’s easy to push forward, but need a bit strength to make a turn. I don’t blame it because im fully aware it’s a heavy pram. And that’s the only cons about it. The pros is the height of the stroller seat (totally adjustable) makes it easier to connect with my baby. And also the spacious basket at the bottom can easily fit all your groceries and diaper bag. Even now my baby is too big for it, I’m still keeping it as a shopping trolley.
I love my pram!
This pram is fantastic quality. I love everything about this pram. It is safe for my baby and it feels smooth to navigate. I absolutely love the massive storage basket. It is easily to push down for storage. My baby is happy and comfortable in the pram and we gladly use it every day.
Worth the Investment!!
firstly its super easy to collapse and set back up again. The wheels are fantastic which means i can steer the pram with 1 hand and a grocery cart with the other. One of the best things is the space under the seat, its very roomy and can fit/hold lots. I found that the bugaboo doesn't have this.
We didn't buy a baby bassinet because we just put the baby in the Stokke bassinet when she was very little. Another thing i love is that it converts to a highchair seat when we are out at a cafe. The seat is up high enough that bub can happily sit at our height while we eat.
It's good to use. Although it's very expensive for a normal family. But it's really good for use. It's very spacious and firm, settled, big for storage. The baby sitting is comfortable, has a baby insert as well if your baby is way too small. So I high recommend to families who can afford
Love our Crusi
Its well worth the price tag. Its easy to take apart and light!
I am of a small build so being light was a major tick for us.
No need for an additional bassinet as the seat came with the newborn insert so bubs went straight in with no issues.
The frame can also take an additional seat so if we wanted to go for baby #2 all we would have to buy is another seat.
Comfy, safe, elevated position makes it cosy from new born to toddler. No need for bassinet seat either. Our new born started out in the regular seat with new born insert and it worked perfectly.
Really easy to manoeuvre, light, easy to fold, robust and really well made. The elevated, adjustable and reversible seat is great for all sorts of outings and perfect for cafés and restaurants when no high chair is available. Reclines for the perfect nap time position for your toddler too. Super comfy for long walks.
Cargo net is fantastic. Loads of ...
I love this pram. It's nice to have bubs up close to me while we are walking. The fold is super easy and the basket size is the best. I personally love the bassinet, it is quite large so by 6 months I was tired of lugging it around, but bubs always slept beautifully in it and I'm sure that's because it is very comfortable. This is a very well made stroller. Will buy the sibling seat when no. 2 comes along!
Basket size, easy fold, having baby up high, sturdy.
Takes up a lot of car space
Love our Crusi
Originally we were tossing between the bugaboo cameleon & stokke xplory but I didn't like the way bugaboo was difficult to fold ( twist & turn) and as stylish as the xplory is I wasn't keen on the shakiness of the middle bar- so the crusi was a perfect choice! The price point was also similar to the bugaboo as we got the Crusi on sale but not incl carry cot but then again we figured the biking seat might come in handy later down the track.
Must admit it does take up a lot of boot space (we have a BMW 118 hatch & nothing else fits in the boot a...
When I was looking to buy a pram for the first time, I was overwhelmed with the choices available. One thing was for sure, I didn't want to get it wrong. I had my heart set on the bugaboo cameleon, but soon realised that my dog (the cheeky boxer)could reach into the bassinet. This was a big issue for me as I wanted the bassinet to double up as a day bed and go for walks with my dog. I needed a strong sturdy pram that was easy to fold and that had the option of a double pram. I also wanted a pram with a big basket space and last but not least, ...a pram that looked stylish. I was and am still so happy with my choice. The bassinet was just divine to use. It is a beautiful size, and is slightly inclined so my little girl loved it. Both the bassinet and seat would have to be the most comfortable on the market. The basket space is fantastic. I do my grocery shopping with it. It is also so strong, which is really important when you have to walk a large dog. It folds so easily into two parts. The frame folds up, which means you don't have to pick it up from the floor. The only negatives are the price, and the Size. It takes a lot of space up in the boot, but this is not suppose to be a compact pram as it also caters for a sibling seat. Sturdy, fantastic basket space, big bassinet and Stylish. Price and size
Questions & Answers
Does anyone who owns a cruisi find that they kick the bottom axel/break or the seat/bassinet while walking? I own a cheapy american pram atm, and if i don't have the handlebar bent out towards me (like the trailz does) to give me that distance from belly to handlebar, i find i kick the bottom lock or wheel axel with my foot when i'm walking. Maybe i just have a long gait but i'm still relatively short too, at only 165cm tall.
The handle on this pram looks to be really short/close to the bassinet/seat and i wonder if anyone has kicked the seat or bassinet or pram at all while walking...I checked the stokke website and they said they phased this model out beacuse of this issue. Would love to hear some actual aussie mums n dads' thoughts on it before i go looking to buy one 2nd hand. Thanks!
Has anyone added a skateboard to this for older sib?
I didn’t think you could get one for this model?
Has anyone used the sibling seat, do you like it? Does the toddler go in the top seat?
Hi. I haven't used the sibling seat but i have seen it around. The baby sits at the bottom and older sibling sits on top.
Hi the new born goes in the top the bottom sibling seat is for babies 6months plus only
Hi the new born goes in the top the bottom sibling seat is for babies 6months plus only.
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|Category||4-Wheel Prams & Strollers|
|Max User Weight||15 kg|
|Bassinet Compatible||Yes (Included)|
|Capsule Compatible||Yes, with addition of adapters|
|Features||Arm Bar, Locking Front Wheels and Under-seat Storage|
|Folded Dimensions||33 x 63 x 103 cm|
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