Conclusion: The Mutsy Transporter offers all-terrain capability in a relatively lightweight and compact package that will fit in the trunk of your car. It can accept newborns with optional car seat and bassinet, but expert reviewers like it better than owners, who tend to pan it for a variety of reasons.
Pros: Highly maneuverable on all terrains, Optional bassinet or infant car seat
Cons: Slouchy seat, Bulky and heavy when folded, Challenging, two-hand seat recline, Limited accessories
Conclusion: The Musty Transporter is a good value, sturdy and stylish travel system with great component parts. However you will need to be an organised mum so as not to leave home with the wrong adaptors!
Pros: Well built, lightweight, compact box-shape once folded, good suspension for a smooth ride, manoeuvres well, The fold on the Musty Transporter is great, reducing it to a compact box shape that I feel sure will fit in even the smallest of car boots. There’s a fold lock to hold the chassis in this p...
Cons: Two different adaptors needed to attach the carrycot and the car seat, When adding a Mutsy car seat or the carrycot you need adaptors – not the same ones either. Basically, the car seat and carrycot both attach in the same way but with different bits. I fear this may become confusing in the weeks...
Excerpt: Netherlands stroller designer Mutsy has a new lightweight, flexible model on the market called the Transporter. It’s designed to be used in combination with a variety of bassinets and car seats. The stroller seat is also removable to make the stroller more of a pram or travel system.