Excellent quality, very well made, comes with a quality rain cover
Matthew's Mummy, Amazon
16 December 2015
Summary: This is a fab pushchair, it's so lightweight and folds quite small, while still being a 'proper' pushchair with a padded backrest and seat, as opposed to an umbrella fold buggy. The wheels are good, the pushchair turns very easily and goes up curbs well.
Excerpt: I owned this pushchair when my middle son (who is now six) was about 8 months old. I had it in a khaki colour and it was probably the best pram I had ever bought. (we had about 10 prams in the house at one point.... pramaholic!!
Summary: This baby buggy is very light, small and easy to fold. The back rest adjusts all the way into a reclined position and the brake is located on both wheels. One thing I really like is its reversible handle - this is a rarity among buggies in this price range and is a very practical feature to have.
Very nice and practical in the city and for a small car.
Célia Marlier, Amazon
1 February 2010
Summary: Very nice and practical in the city. Perfect for our small car and my 10 months old baby loves it. I like the possibility to attach either the top and bottom part or only lower part, this allow my boy to just sit up and look around and bend when he wants.
Excerpt: I bought this pushchair as a spare for at the grandparents house and was amazed at the size of the basket, you could fit your whole house in there which is great because lets face it, babies don't travel light!
Excerpt: This is my third buggy review (and hopefully the last) as I do have a penchant for purchashing buggies. I purchased the Graco Citisport from BabiesRUs because it was on a special offer and after getting fed up with my Maclaren Daytripper, I fancied something a bit different.
Excerpt: I bought the Graco Citi-Sport about a month ago for my 4 month old daughter. I'd been using a sling and felt that it was time to move onto a buggy of some sort as my back was starting to complain and I craved fast walking again! I did extensive research.