Pros - Sturdy, very durable pram, was easy to manivure and a great pram for running/walking with. Fairly easy to assemble and collapse. I liked that the tyres were intube tyres compared to the hard type tyres you get on standard prams, as they made it easy to push and manivure, could get over rough terrains or down gutters/kerbs without the tyres getting stuck or going in all kinds of directions.
Cons - It is fairly bulky and heavy, it wont fit in most standard sized boots and is heavy and difficult to lift and would usually have to use the wheechair shopping lanes as it wouldn't fit down standard aisles. The pram is great when you don't have the double kit attached as it takes away alot of the prams features and options away. The double kit is unable to recline all the way down, so my children couldn't sleep in it, you can't easily access the large shopping basket underneath when the double kit it attached and also cannot recline the actual pram seat when double kit is attached underneath. It was also difficult in the beginning with the newborn option as the kit wa splaced on top, and I loved that newborn was able to sleep underneath peacefully, however that meant my toddler wasn't able to really sleep in the kit as it didn't recline.
Over all it wasn't a bad pram, it got quite a fair bit of use, but it was impractical when the double kit was attached, I loved the pram when my eldest son no longer required the pram and I was able to take the kit off and would wuite easily fit a child up to four years of age as it isn't a tiny pram. Another thing is, it was quite costly to buy attachments, we need to get a rain cover and sun shade and they cost over $100, not something you really want to spend after already spending $700 on the pram itself.
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