Summary: Pros: big wheels that 'swallow' minor bumps etc. and make it even possible to drag it up/downstairs (not carry); front wheel comes off easily and makes it less bulky for transportation; could be used for a newborn.
Summary: I like the stroller, but the wheels are a hard plastic and I think that it would be better if they were rubber. Also there are no cup holders... That's a must I think for a baby stroller! Over all it's a good buy, but because it's missing those 2 features the price could be lower.
Summary: We're using this stroller to be able to move between pavement and grass/rocks/etc. It handles the terrain effortlessly. Pretty lightweight to maneuver and my 3-year-old is quite comfortable in it.
Summary: Overall, a really good buggy! Only the roof is too low down and almost touches my child's head, and it is more of a pram than a buggy: the frame could be a little smaller. But it's good on off-road surfaces, very easy to fold, and my child sits very comfortably in it.
Summary: This is a great stroller, no flat wheels, large enough to be sturdy, amazing turning capabilities and goes through a standard door with no problems. I am able to push it and turn it with one hand unless it is at the top of its 50lb weight limit.
Summary: The pram was well described and also easy to assemble. In just a few movements you could build everything up and then it was ready to go. It's very easy to push and has big, stable wheels, which can handle anything - even bumpy surfaces. What we didn't like so much was the short length of the belts.