In a nutshell

The Inglesina Quid2 is a good looking, high-end, lightweight stroller that can be folded and unfolded with one hand, making it ideal for urban parents on-the-go

What we tested

  • Fold/unfolding
    A star rating of 4.5 out of 5.
  • Manoeuvrability
    A star rating of 4.8 out of 5.
  • Comfort for child
    A star rating of 4.3 out of 5.
  • Style
    A star rating of 4.5 out of 5.
  • Durability
    A star rating of 4.4 out of 5.
  • Worth the money
    A star rating of 4.2 out of 5.
Overall Rating
A star rating of 4.5 out of 5.


  • One-hand fold, lightweight, compact when folded, easy to push and steer, travel-friendly


  • Seat doesn’t recline fully flat, handle height not adjustable, small storage basket

Inglesina is an Italian baby brand focused on delivering premium products to stylish parents. The Quid2 is a super-compact, ultra-lightweight stroller, designed for parents who want a pick-up-and-go type buggy. Weighing just under 6kg, it’s one of the lightest strollers on the market, and folds so compactly it can be stored in an overhead storage compartment on a plane.


While Inglesina’s website shows an image of a woman breezily carrying the folded Quid2 onto a private jet, sadly I wasn’t able to replicate these conditions when I tested the buggy. However, I can confirm that the Quid2 is incredibly compact and fits easily in a cupboard under the stairs or a car boot. The side handle makes it easier to carry and could also be used to hang the folded stroller on a hook by your front door, but it really shines as an everyday stroller that’s perfect for traveling.

The Quid 2’s star feature is the one-handed fold/unfold - a Godsend for those occasions when you need to hold your baby and open the stroller at the same time. At £274, it sits in the middle of the compact fold stroller market, alongside the Baby Jogger City Tour 2, £264, in-between the high-end LeClerc Magic Fold Stroller plus, £359 and more affordable Chicco Goody, £189.

Winning Gold for best compact-fold pushchair under £250 in our MadeForMums Awards 2021, it’s an excellent all-rounder – although the price has crept up a little since then.

Tested by

Amy Hopkins tested the Inglesina Quid2 with her daughter, Annie, aged 2 years and 9 months. Amy also wore her 3-month-old son, Max, in a baby carrier while pushing the stroller. Amy and Annie tested the stroller on the streets of London and off-road in Epping Forest.

Inglesina Quid 2

What were your first impressions?

The stroller comes as one unit, so after unboxing, all I had to do was attach the wheels, which clipped easily into place without the need for tools. The bumper bar also comes separately and again, clicks easily into place. I’ve seen pictures online of the Quid2 being carried in a smart carry case, but this is not included – you can buy it separately for £39.

The stroller is available in two colours: College Navy and Rock Black. There is also a special edition ‘Quid Inglesina for Vespa’ version, with a hood that bears Vespa’s signature pattern of concentric red, white and blue circles.

How easy is the Inglesina Quid2 to fold and unfold?

The one-handed fold/unfold capability is one of the Quid2’s most appealing features. To unfold, squeeze the large button at top of the handle and fling the buggy out to open. It’s possible to get the stroller to lock into place using only one hand, but it’s not easy and requires a rigorous shake. Folding the stroller away one-handed is considerably easier. Press the grey button, pull the buggy towards you and it folds neatly in on itself.

Many online parent reviews rave about the doling mechanism, calling it “intuitive” and “effortless”, although some do agree that you need to give the stroller a decent shake to click it into position when unfolding.

Inglesina Quid 2

How compact is the Inglesina Quid2 when folded?

Very. Once folded, the stroller is impressively compact, measuring H58cmxD19cmxW46.5cm, similar to the Mamas and Papas Airo at H55cmxD25cmxW45cm and the Didofy Aster at H55cmxD25cmxW47cm.

Its compact dimensions means the Quid2 fits easily in a car boot, leaving plenty of room for other items. It’s also small enough to fit in the standard overhead luggage compartment on an airline, although it’s always important to check before you fly.

Inglesina Quid 2

Is it easy to carry and store the Inglesina Quid2?

As the Quid2 weighs just 5.2kg, it’s really easy to carry and lift in and out of the car. If you leave the bumper bar attached, it can be used as a handle to carry the folded stroller, although there is also a separate handle should you choose to remove it. There’s also the option of purchasing the additional carry bag if you plan to travel with the stroller.

The only issue we had was that we couldn’t get the folded buggy to stay self-standing, despite claims on the website (backed up by some parent reviews) to say it does. We found that we had to lean the Quid2 against a wall, although it tended to slip down. There must be a knack to it, but we couldn’t work it out. It seems we’re not alone, as a number of online reviews point out that the stroller isn’t self-standing.

Inglesina Quid 2

What is the Quid2 like to steer?

Steering and manoeuvring on pavements is effortless and the Quid 2 handles kerbs with ease. Although this is clearly a stroller designed for urban environments, the Quid 2 tackles grass and the uneven, muddy terrain of a forest walk surprisingly well.

Does the Inglesina Quid2 feel robust?

For such a lightweight stroller, the Quid2 feels sturdy and durable – certainly more robust than some other light strollers I’ve tried, such as the Silver Cross Pop. The Quid 2’s chassis has a chic design and the frame feels strong and built to last.

What are the wheels like on the Quid2?

The Quid 2 has swivel wheels with suspension, which allow for a pleasingly smooth ride. They are easy to fit (no tools required) and coped quite well with grass and muddy terrain.

Do you rate the brake on the stroller?

Yes. The Quid2’s brake pedal is easy to locate, without looking, smooth to use and holds the stroller well.

Inglesina Quid 2

How comfortable is the Quid2’s handle?

I found the handle comfortable to hold, although the height isn’t adjustable. I’m 5’2 and found the position of the handle comfortable. My husband (6’1) found the stroller comfortable to push but found that his long legs meant that he kept accidentally kicking the brake pedal.

Inglesina Quid 2

What do you think of the seat unit?

The Quid2 has a generous seat (30x42cm), wider than the seat on many other strollers, and a standard 5-point harness that is easy to use.

The recline is adjustable so that your child can recline at an angle, but they cannot lie flat – instead the Quid2 reclines to a 170-degree angle. For this reason, I’m not sure it’s the best choice for a newborn, who really should lie flat, despite the brand’s claim the stroller is suitable from birth. There is a Baby Snug Pad available, which is a stroller cushion designed for young babies to use with the Quid2.

Annie enjoyed the option of having the leg rest up or down and I felt the option of opening the big ventilation panel at the back of the seat will be useful come the summer.

How easy is the Inglesina Quid2 to clean?

The fabric is wipe-clean only and although it can’t be washed in the machine, the hood can be removed so you can lay it flat and wipe it down.

How good is the hood?

The Quid2’s hood pulls down so that it covered my daughter’s face and upper body, but it doesn’t come all the way down to completely cover her.

I liked that the hood is made of anti-UV treated fabric and offers UPF 50+ sun protection. It also has a large peephole window, which is handy for keeping an eye on your little passenger.

Inglesina Quid 2

What’s the storage basket like on the Quid2?

As you’d expect from such a compact-fold stroller, it’s not huge. The basket is too small for most changing bags – and certainly won’t accommodate a backpack style bag – but is bigger than it looks. I found there’s enough space for your baby/toddler essentials and, crucially, ample room for a bottle of wine. If storage space is important, you may prefer the Micralite ProFold, which has a large storage basket for a compact-fold design.

Is the Inglesina Quid2 travel-system compatible?

No. The Quid2 is not part of a travel system, so there is no bassinet/carrycot attachment. Inglesina’s travel system is a different product, called Aptica, and includes a bassinet with wheels and a stand (to function as a cot), a stroller and a car seat.

Inglesina Quid 2

What’s in the box?

  • Stroller with storage basket
  • Wheels
  • Bumper bar
  • Raincover

Are there any additional accessories you can buy?

  • Baby snug pad, £64
  • Summer cover, £31
  • Winter footmuff, £116
  • Stroller bag, £39

Who would the Inglesina Quid2 be most useful for?

I feel the Quid2 is best suited to urban families who want a chic, sturdy and high-end stroller, and whose lifestyle requires a buggy that is quick and easy to fold and store.

Because of its light weight and compact-fold, it’s also a great choice for a travel stroller.

Is the Quid2 worth the money?

While the Inglesina Quid2 isn’t cheap, it does feel like a stroller that’s built to last. Sitting comfortable in the mid-range price-wise, I think the stroller is definitely worth the investment, particularly if you plan to use this for more than one child over several years.

How does the Quid2 compare to similar strollers?

Product nameAge suitabilityDimensions when foldedWeightRRP
Inglesina Quid2Birth to 17kgH:58cmxW:46.5cmxD:19cm5.9kg£274
Baby Jogger City Tour 2Birth (with carrycot) to 22kgH:59cmxW:49.5xL:25cm6.5kg£269
Microlite ProFoldBirth to 15kgH:51.5cmxW:44cmxL:24cm7.5kg£195
Didofy AsterBirth to 25kgH:55cmxW:47cmxD:25cm6.2kg£299

Where can I buy the Inglesina Quid2?

Available at Trendy Baby, Amazon and Pramstores.


MadeForMums verdict:

A premium, quality stroller, that can be folded and unfolded with ease and can be folded down to a very compact, travel-friendly size. The Quid2 is perfect for style-conscious urban families who like to be out and about, as well as families who enjoy travelling.

Product Specifications

ModelQuid 2 Stroller
Dimensions & Weight
DimensionsH:103cm W:46.5cm L:76cm
Dimensions (folded)H:58cm W:46.5cm L:19cm
Suitable for
Child age (approx)Birth to 3 years
Child weightUp to 17kg
Travel system compatibleNo
Seat facing directionForward facing
Front wheelsSwivel
Recline positionsMulti-position
Lie flatNo
  • Easy to open and fold up
  • Extremely light with a practical carry handle to carry anywhere
  • Reclining backrest to ensure your child always has the correct posture
  • Generous and comfortable seat (30x42 cm)
  • Full cover extending hood made of anti-UV treated (UPF 50+) fabric
  • Adjustable footrest to support your child's legs in the best possible way
  • Basket with reflective sting
Accessories included
  • Inglesina Quid Stroller 
  • Stroller Rain Cover
  • Storage Basket
  • Bumper Bar
  • Carry handle