Overall I find this a great pram because it is lightweight, folds quite small, fits through normal checkouts.
bonus of second seat , bassinet and also capsule attachent. all are easy to put on and use
Dislikes are on the second seat the bar across top hits baby/toddler head when on recline, getting baby into pram seat when toddler seat is on the top is a major issue, sitting main seat up cannot be done with child in seat, cannot hang nappy bag on handle when second seat is in use (but can buy saddle bags to alleviate this)
Brake can initially be difficult to put on and off but once you get hang of it is fine andis very secure when on there is no risk of accidentally taking it off.
Very stable pram my kids climb in and out them selves and it hasnt tipped over.
has plenty of extras that can be purchsed like saddle bags, drink holder, bassinet, hood for second seat, single sun and rain cover, can also get sun and rain cover which covers both seats.
We purchased the Sport 2 years ago and we really love it. I agree the seat incline feature is not the best nor is the brake. When you fold it watch your fingers and the handle cops a beating. They are the bad points, but find a pram without any bad points? I don't think so.
So let me list some of the good points - can fit through any checkout, great in restaurants and other tight spaces, fits in most car boots even small ones! easy to fold (don't need an engineering degree) and looks good. Easy to push, doesn't weigh a ton and has heaps of accessories if your into that sort of thing.
Overall I wouldn't hesitate to buy this pram again but I know that Phil & Teds have released the new explorer which is supposed to have addressed the bad points of this model so maybe I would have to consider one of those!
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