My powertwin is fantastic! I have had no problems with any part of the pram or the very light weight car seat. It is a family essential for shopping, trips out (zoo, seaside, park) and walks. The wheels are excellent and are all terrain (unfortunately I am not!!!). I found assembly easy as long as you turn the pram over first (wheels up ). So that the front swivel wheel can be fixed into place.
The light weight carseat clips onto the pram...always better to leave a sleeping baby asleep, especially if you also have a toddler to entertain. you can also use the power twin with two rebel carseats clipped onto the frame, ideal for newborn twins.
The carseats have to be belted into the car and therefore are not as quick and easy as say the Graco auto baby system I used with my first baby. But I have found that all other aspects of this system out weigh this by far. After the first week I was so well rehearsed that I had it belted in and I was in the car before my hubby had our two year old strapped in!. The rebel carseat is almost petite compared to some others on the market. And it is light weight too. Which is always a blessing when your little angel could audition for sumo at five months old!!
The pram itself folds with ease. When folded it is no larger than an average single 3 wheel pram. Although for smaller boot spaces it may be necessary to remove the rear wheels, which is so easy it takes two seconds. Then they simply pop back on when you reach your destination. Raincover is excellent quality plastic and could not be easier to put on. The handle height is adjustable (great if you are five foot nothing like me!).
Basically I cannot fault this pram. It is lovely to use and the comments you will get pushing this pram have amazed me. I have lost count how many strangers have come to ask me where I bought it and where can they get one. I admit that it was abit pricey. So if you see one pre loved for sale I suggest you snap it up from a reluctant seller.