Review of the Kinderkraft Cruiser

Kinderkraft Cruiser

7
The price-performance ratio is good enough, but we only have it for the last of our stroller days
written by edryw 14.7.2020
  • Lightweight
  • Compact for the car boot
  • Nice to push
  • The child's tray is very nice
  • Accessories
  • Really good enough for the price
  • Squeaks after six months of use (but I must admit, I am using it in harsh condition - cobblestones, forest roads...)
  • The sitting position is not upright
  • No adjustable handlebar
This stroller is very beautiful, and I am glad to have bought it. I got it when my DD was 13mo. Nice accessories that were included (an apron for the legs, a rain cover, a cup holder). It's lightweight and easy to fold in the car, good for the city (mainly for public transport, it's ideal for that). I have no problem lifting it up in the tram, even with my daughter in it. Of course, you can't expect super high quality - it reflects its price. After a half year of use, it squeaks, cobblestones are a bit difficult to go through... but still, it can tackle a forest road, and one hand push is absolutely doable. I also appreciate the tray.

The price-performance ratio is good enough, but we only have it for the last of our stroller days. My DD already walks by herself quite a lot. It's also comfortable for naps; the recline is easy - even if two-handed, the hood is extendable (your child is in the sunlight). The apron seems to fit only a smaller baby (maybe up to a year) - my daughter kicked it off.