Review of the Moon ReSea

Moon ReSea

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I was a bit afraid for it to be a squeaking too-urban-of-a-rattle - but I was very pleasantly surprised πŸ™‚
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written by Bibi β€’24.6.2020
  • Design
  • Price
  • Stable, sturdy chassis
  • Low weight
  • Compact folded dimensions
  • Folds with the seat unit in both directions
  • Quiet, no noise while pushing
  • Rubber wheels
  • Large basket
  • Fully adjustable seat unit
  • Seat unit smaller in size (maximum up to 2.5years without a footmuff)
  • Short leg rest
  • The canopy could be longer
  • No ventilation window on the canopy
  • No lock that would keep the stroller folded
I purchased this stroller pre-loved, used for one year. I was a bit afraid for it to be a squeaking too-urban-of-a-rattle (since even new, it's relatively affordable) but I was very pleasantly surprised πŸ™‚

The stroller is sturdy, stable, the ride is comfy and quiet, the materials feel high-quality, and look stylish. It's also really lightweight and compact after folding - we could fit it in our tiny Ford Fiesta car boot. Everything on this stroller felt easy and practical to use. The handlebar adjusts in height, suiting everyone, and there are no noises, which I already witnessed with much more expensive strollers. It's covered in leatherette that has a tendency to slide down over time, but it's an easy fix doable with only hands.

The space between the rear wheels is empty, meaning no kicking the axle is happening. The wheels are made out of rubber, puncture-free, and there are no stones getting in it. They are wider in diameter, so they can go through some light terrain. Still, they are perfectly maneuverable because only a thin strip is actually touching the surface if it's smooth. The suspension is not very soft, but it's completely enough for usual urban surfaces with some unevennesses. The large basket is a big plus as well.

The seat unit is rather small in size. Our daughter was using it even for naps until her two years, but her feet were already too long for it at that time. When the leg rest was down, it was doable. The hood extends, but it would be nice if it had a sun visor or other kind of shade (or some more extending parts). I would also welcome some kind of air ventilation in it - there's a mesh window, but it's on such a place that the child gets the sun on its head or face, so we had to have it closed. Otherwise, the reversibility was a very nice feature to have, and that also goes for the backrest and leg rest adjustment.

For that price, a handy, practical stroller of quality πŸ˜‰