Review of the Inglesina Quid

Inglesina Quid

7
I came to a conclusion it is not as good as I thought it would be
written by sindy 12.10.2019
  • lightweight
  • compact
  • beautiful
  • ideal from circa 5 months up to 1,5 year
  • in the car, it fits even in between the seats
  • the rotating bumper bar is perfection
  • viewing window in the canopy
  • shopping basket is alright in size
  • the child is sliding down in the seat
  • the sitting position is not completely upright
  • fixed handlebar - not great for a taller parent
  • after just a short time, it squeaks, and the manipulation with a bigger child (33 lbs, 15 kg) is quite hard
We are using the stroller since June. In the beginning, I was excited about it, completely blown away. I bought it as a second stroller, primarily to have in the car. It takes up only a little space, folds with one hand, and it's very practical - that were the reasons I bought it in the first place.

At the time of purchase, I was convinced that to choose this stroller was the best possible investment. After only an occasional use during shopping trips, I came to a conclusion it is not as good as I thought it would be. First, it is small (for my, now 23 months old, son). He keeps sliding down - even though I'm tightening the harness belts all the time. And, because he already got heavier than at the time of purchase of this stroller, the maneuverability also gets harder over time. Increasingly, I get the impression that I am 'working out' to get the stroller to turn... and I'm pushing it with two hands, I have to say. The center of gravity is wrong, or I don't know.

Moreover, the stroller is starting to squeak. And we own for approx. 4 months, while it wasn't used on a daily basis... It is in the car, used sporadically perhaps once a week - only in shopping centers, where, to add, the floors are absolutely smooth (it kind of skids on it). Not as much on the pavement, though - maybe it's because the wheels are worn out a bit already.

In the beginning, I had no complaints about it. Now, however, I am dealing with choosing a new one, where my two-year-old can actually fit.