Resumen: Many people will say that it is impossible to find one pram that will suit all situations. Prams that go well over rough terrain are too big to put in the car, and lightweight strollers are awful for any kind of serious walking. The Micralite Toro, however, does a mighty good job of being a little bit of everything. The closely spaced rear wheels handle bumps and even steps with ease, whilst the centre handlebar provides excellent one handed steering.
A favor: Stands when folded, Can be wheeled around when folded, Large rear wheels take uneven ground well, Excellent one handed steering, Easy seat recline mechanism, Fast and easy fold mechanism, Fantastic brakes, Easy to use harness buckle
Contras: Can kick wheels when walking, Need Allen key to adjust height of handlebar, Basket is shallow and access is limited, Bumper attachment point shared with hood making bumper fiddly to take on and off, Handle placement not as ergonomic as it could be
Conclusión: The Micralite Toro is an extremely stylish and well-designed pushchair. If it weren’t for the foot bar, it would be practically perfect.
A favor: Lightweight, stylish, comfortable, The Toro is not only easy to assemble, it actually made me gasp at the smoothness of the action when unfolding (I know, I need to get out more). It really is beautifully designed and is such an easy operation to both unfold and fold up again. Because my son Joe is only 3 months old, I used the carrycot, which is also easy to assemble and fit to the frame (although I did manage to put the hood on the wrong way round and then couldn't ...
Contras: Have to press the foot bar to lift up kerb, can be too lightweight, have to purchase carrycot or car seat to use from birth, Because it's so lightweight, I struggled to push it in strong wind. It took all my strength to keep it under control and I got home exhausted. It also felt unbalanced whenever the ground was even slightly uneven and I didn't feel particularly secure. Both I (5ft) and my husband (6ft) found we were repeatedly kicking the back wheels as we walked....
Extracto: a reversible hand stroller is the Micralite Toro. There’s no doubt that this little stroller can push through the toughest terrain. Like the Cameleon, its reversible handle allow you to either have the 6” or the 12” wheels in front (bigger front wheels for tougher terrain).