Easy push stroller for all heights. One mean stroller! Awesome.
18 October 2013
Summary: This stroller is a dream. I am 5'10" and my husband is 6'0" and this is plenty tall for us to push at the middle handle bar height. The bottom basket is perfect for our diaper bag and any other small items purchased at the mall.
Summary: Haver had this baby buggy for 2 weeks, it's sturdy, rolls over any terrain and our 2-month-old sleeps in the carrycot as if snoozing on a cloud. Only thing that bothers me is that we waited so long with ordering it, should have got it sooner ;)
Summary: Have had this baby buggy for 2 weeks, it's sturdy, rolls over any terrain and our 2-month-old sleeps in the carrycot as if he was snoozing on a cloud. Only thing that bothers me is that we waited so long with ordering it, should have got it sooner ;)
One of the best all-terrain running strollers for running parents out in the market.
racingbunny, Made for Mums
29 June 2012
Summary: The Mountain Buggy Terrain is a fantastic stroller for hardcore runners who wish to take their little one out for a run. It can be used as every day stroller thanks to its versatility but do not expect the same features on your luxury or lightweight strollers.
Pros: ∙ Extremely durable ∙ Fantastic maneuverability ∙ Can go on any surface--grass, snow, gravel etc. ∙ Can be used until the child is 6 years ∙ Very roomy seat ∙ The canopy can be unclipped and attached higher up to accommodate a taller child ∙ 5-point harness is difficult to undo for toddlers ∙ Fla...
Cons: ∙ Ridiculously expensive ∙ Comes is only one colour (black--how boring is that?) ∙ Double-handed recline is cumbersome ∙ Canvas fabric of seat gets caught up in front of the seat when you go from all the way reclined to upright ∙ Does not come with an air pump ∙ Does not contain mesh storage pock...
Summary: I own the terrain and absolutely love it. I'm happy to see MJ carrying the whole mountain buggy line. The terrain is unique because it has the capability to go COMPLETELY lay flat for the first 6 mos. Most joggers don't.
Excerpt: I had tried a few strollers nannying over the years and this was by far my favorite so when it came my turn was grateful to have it passed on to me. It turns well and is simple and once you get the hang of folding it up it's easy. Used the carseat adapter and liked it as well.
Summary: If you want to continue tramping you have two choices: a child backpack or an all terrain stoller. I have both. When your kid is less than 10kg the backpack works great. After that the backpack isn't so good. The child is way up on your back and the high center of gravity makes it really hard.