Review of the X-Lander X-Run

X-Lander X-Run

9
It is being used for a third child by now, which itself should be saying a lot about how we are satisfied with it
written by syssu 9.2.2019
  • large wheels - great for any terrain, broken pavements, snow, etc.
  • fixed front wheel improves stability
  • integrated mosquito net - you won't forget to take it like this, it's always at hand. I also appreciate the zip-on system of its attaching, and the dark color which also shades in the summer
  • apron - it can also work as a footmuff because it is attached in a way that the apron is also under (not only over) the baby's bottom
  • materials - yes, the hood faded after 6 years of use, other than that, however, no weakening of the fabrics, or any other breakage. Also, the fabrics were waterproof, and after a few years, you can just spray impregnation on, and the water will just run down the sides again instead of soaking in
  • removable, double-sided inlay (different colors to choose from) making the cleaning and washing easy
  • handbrake, which is useful not only while running, but also going downhill
  • or in a mountainous area
  • easy manipulation while folding the stroller or removing the wheels for a more compact package - dummy-proofed :-D
  • short-ish hood (but the shading net included is compensating for this downside)
  • difficult access to the shopping basket, particularly when the backrest is fully reclined
  • bumper bar - we never used that because it was in a weird height, pretty much where the child's face was
We own the X-Lander X-Run pushchair from 2012, so the review is for that older type (I know nothing about changes that might have occurred). It is being used for a third child by now, which itself should be saying a lot about how we are satisfied with it. In that six and a half years, it was a very reliable companion for us - we only had to change the outside tires, since they naturally got worn down by our intensive use of the pushchair.