Review of the Joie Versatrax

Joie Versatrax

9
My husband summed it up after the first walk as 'the best pushchair we had'
written by Inna 30.6.2020
My husband summed it up after the first walk as 'the best pushchair we had' (it's a fifth one we had with our three kids 🙂).

I am 163cm tall, and the handle fits me alright, and even my taller husband can adjust it so that it fits him. When we were assembling it, I "fought" with the harness and the folding - just to read the manual and realize I do it the other way around.

Everything is smooth and easy with this pushchair. The basket is huuuge, and I love the small secret zip-close pocket in it. I really use it for all of our shopping, and I cannot imagine not having it now. I also like that there was a drink holder included. One wheel was a little noisier at first, but I didn't even notice it - my hubby told me that.

I can rate it 8.5/10 after two months of use. It can go through almost any terrain (with those real bad condition I recommend locking the wheels), BUT I wouldn't take it to a real, hardcore forest or large stones 🙂 I use our old classic four-wheeler for that, not being afraid how it will look after such a ride 🙂 Compared to that, this one's push is a bit stiffer, but it's a smaller, more compact pushchair so I truly can't blame it for that.

My DC loves to nap in the (spacious) seat - he's still facing me, and it's acceptably covered in this position even against wind or sun. We, however, have had another, larger one made at the tailors. We were out even when it was raining, and I can, therefore, say that the rain cover is fitting well, and it works just fine. The fabrics are high-quality - and the chassis is as well.. I am using it with a Lodger Bunker footmuff. My little one likes to put his feet on the bumper bar.

It's beautiful, reversible, spacious for the child and with an adjustable handlebar - I am happy with this purchase 👍😃