This mountain buggy nano is well known off-road pushchairs for your lovely little one. The history of this mountain buggy nano stroller is very interesting. This stroller was invented by a dad who needed a proper all-terrain pushchair for New Zealand mountain trails. He builds the one for his use. This invention solves many of the issues for other people also.
Here we will provide you a comprehensive mountain buggy nano review that might help you in getting knowledge about it and might solve your issue like it has solved many for others. The good thing is that now the company is making the design for urban people and also travel stroller
First Impression Is the Last Impression
The word Nano describes its folding ability. This mountain buggy takes its micro dimensions seriously. The company advertised it as being the size of the travel bag when folded. In folded form, it has an almost 56x31cmx51cm dimension when we tested it.
What impresses me the most is that when I unpacked it – it was hidden inside the travel bag. This mountain buggy travel is installed with a carrying handle to pick it up and a shoulder strap allowing you to wear it as a bag. It just weighs the only 6Kg that will make it easier for you to carry around.
Folding of Mountain Buggy Nano
When using this pushchair, you will know that most of the working is pretty straight forward and the unfolding is also easy. But for the first time, it took me several hectic minutes to fold this chair. There is a useful hint along with a squeeze handle that might come in handy for you when folding.
The Nano folds forward and down turning it into an almost square. The company Mountain Buggy designed this stroller to work with a flick – gravity will do the rest of the work. When you are in need to unfold it, you need to press both buttons on either side of this nano buggy. This Mountain Buggy is an award-winning company because of this invention from JPMA.
When testing it, I was able to find some niggle though. The safety strap has heavy-duty Velcro that will really help you in enhancing the safety parameters. This Velcro will also help when it is folded. The folding of this mountain nano is easier and can be done in simple two steps.
Storing the Nano Buggy
The mountain buggy nano has achieved a very special place in the market – this buggy folds to such a small proportion that no one will believe that it’s a buggy stroller. When you easily unfold it – you will find that it’s a normal full-size stroller for your kid with a very spacious place to keep other things also.
In its folded form, when you pull over the travel cover, it will shrink even more in size. Funny thing is that my friends passed over it and no one notice if there is something big thing.
Comfortability it offers
My daughter, 14 months old, felt very happy and comfortable in this Mountain buggy nano. She enjoys the full size, padded seat featured with adjustable leg rest, and multi-position recline. Even though the more aged babies will also enjoy the spacious design of it with comfort. The five points safety harness – it offers is also a very good addition.
My daughter was very happy but the problem was that she can chew the harness to her heart content. I wonder if the buggy was installed with a tail free harness instead. You can find this harness on other models also. I tucked her very firmly but don’t know how she is able to make it lose.
Fit in Car Boot
Yes, it has that ability. The mountain buggy nano stroller is able to fit into even the skimpiest car boots. When you travel in the same spaced car with a lot of things placed inside the car – you must have felt uncomfortable where to rest your legs and feet. But I was amazed to see that this mountain buggy nano can fit beneath the baby seat very easily – thanks to its Nano folding capability.
- This a lightweight stroller weighing only 6Kg and has very durable and strong material
- You will find it comfortable when carrying it with its Nano folding feature
- It has quiet foam tires that won’t make any noise when pushing it
- You may feel that the front wheels are fiddly
- The Velcro on the safety strap catches the sleeve very often