I've only just assembled my pushchair so this review is based entirely on first impressions.
It's well made, attractive, easy to assemble (despite the instructions having been written in German and rather inexpertly translated), and has some nice features. The big selling point for me was that the seat can be taken off and repositioned in the rear facing position. It's a bit of a fiddle to do this, but I have yet to find a pushchair that allows you to just twist a lever with toddler in situ and there you go - seat reversed.
The covers are lovely, with a luxurious suede-like feel and breathable fabric panels. The seat fully reclines in either position and the footrest adjusts properly so my little one can sleep comfortably. Thoughful extra touches include a cup holder, a detachable zipped compartment in the canopy for purse/keys etc, and a window in the canopy hood that has a fold-back cover.
It's supplied with the necessary adaptors to attach a car seat or carry cot but I can't comment on this as I won't be using it as a travel system.
Alas when folded it doesn't fit easily into my tiny car boot as I had hoped (I have a Corsa), even with the wheels taken off. With a bit of jiggling about it will just about fit (and with room for a few shopping bags too although I'd have to take them out to make room to manoeuvre).
The shopping basket is rather oddly designed. I haven't used it yet but it seems like it'll be a bit of a struggle to actually get anything into it. The front of it folds back on itself, (presumably to prevent anything falling out while walking downhill?) As far as I can tell though, this shape combined with the position of the seat makes it awkward to get anything in or out.
My pre-purchase research seemed to suggest that it didn't come with a raincover, but it did. An unexpected bonus although the cover itself is nothing to get excited about. It barely covers the seat and fastens to the frame with velcro and two mysterious toggles that I have yet to work out what to do with. It can't be used with the seat in the reverse facing position, and once unfolded it won't go back into its storage pouch without a fight.
The 5-point harness is another mystery. The horizontal straps can't be adjusted tight enough for my 10 month old. The vertical straps are ok, until the seat is reclined and then they need to be loosened.
It doesn't come with a footmuff.
On the whole I think I'm generally pleased with it. Disappointed that it won't fit in my boot but I already have a Quinny Zapp Stroller (Rocking Black)
that I can use as a portable buggy (highly recommended for anyone with a small boot)