Chicco Liteway Stroller, Fuego (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Lightweight aluminium eliptical tubing
- Hide away boot for enclosing infants when reclined
- Rear wheel suspension with precision swivel front wheels with foot action locks
- Fully-reclining backrest with 5 positions and adjustable leg rest with 2 positions
- 3D compact fold for easy storage and transport
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1. A full one-hand recline (really flat!) my 3 month old is very comfortable in this stroller. Easy to change a diaper in this stroller. Definitely usable from birth.
2. Safety harness is awesome, great fit. I like that the snap part is covered, so you can't pinch your baby's skin. Also 2 shoulder positons.
3. Stroller height. great for tall parents.
4. Adult cupholder. it's large, so you can fit more than just waterbottles.
5. Front wheel locks- great for locking straight to go across the grass. Also very easy to remove the front wheels.
6. Leg bunting- It's attached and stored under the leg rest. It's not large however and my 3 month old has almost outgrown it. It's not a feature for kids 7 months or older I think.
7. It's not too tippy. I can hang a medium size diaper bag (fleurville rerun)on the handles and it doesn't tip over when the child is not in the stroller.
8. Super easy to fold. (just like Maclaren.) It has an auto lock when you fold it. I have successfully opened and closed it while holding my child in the other hand.
9. So easy to steer! I had to drive it one-handed across a bumpy wooden bridge, and had no problems!
10. It's narrow enough to fit through tight spots.
11. It's self-locking! This is a huge deal for me because I can close it and load it into the car one-handed.
1. Viewing window in canopy.Read more ›
1. The seat reclines with one hand, to virtually flat. When my daughter falls asleep, she can lie down, but her legs do still dangle a bit as I can't move her further up in the seat due to the shoulder straps. It look a bit awkward, but has never woken her up.
2. The height of the stroller is good for me (I'm 5'9") and my feet don't hit the back wheels when I am pushing it.
3. The stroller can be pushed and maneuvered easily with one hand. Super important!
4. It self-locks when folding which is convenient.
5. It's super easy to lock the wheels. Although, in general, I wish there were a different mechanism than having to push up with the top of your toes/feet to unlock. I hate doing that in the summer when I have on flip-flops.
1. The stroller does not always unfold easily with one hand if I am holding my daughter. Folding back together is easier with one hand.
2. The foot rest/leg rest area of the stroller always flips back to the up position after every closing, so when you open the stroller, you have to manually fold the leg rest back down. Each side can be done individually, so it is a one-handed operation, but it is annoying to have to do this every time.
3. The space underneath is limited. If I am out and about with my daughter all day, which I plan to be when we go on vacation, and have to bring my large diaper bag, it does not fit underneath. I can hang it on the handlebars, but I prefer not to.Read more ›
For us we wanted:
1- Easy to store and travel with around town
2- Does not take up space in the trunk of a 4D sedan
3- Can hold the lil guy for several years after birth (6months -3yrs old)
4- Can recline fully- I'm talkin about flat, not angled.
5- A basket underneath
6- An adult storage area- cup holder, pocket, etc..
This stroller has it all. If you can find it in the store, try it out, but in the end, this one had all the features we wanted.
My favorite feature is the full recline. This stroller reclines all the way to horizontal which allowed our daughter to nap while we were out and about during the day. I would feel comfortable putting a newborn in this stroller because in full recline it's basically like a bassinet on wheels. The recline is so easy to set, much easier than some of the other reclining strollers I had looked at that had buckles and straps that had to be undone and redone in order to adjust the recline level. You can also recline it to any level that you want - there are not 2 or 3 predetermined recline settings that you have to choose from. Many of the other reclining strollers I looked at had very hard backs. It seems like the back was just made of a piece of cardboard covered by some thin fabric. This stroller has a lot of cushion which makes it very comfortable for the baby.
The five point harness is nice. Our baby was strapped in very safely. I can see that we might have issues as she gets bigger because the piece that comes up between her legs doesn't adjust for size. We will see when we get there though. Hopefully she won't be needing a stroller by the time she gets big enough that it will be an issue. I love how there is a leg rest that comes up for smaller babies. A lot of other reviews mention that it pops back up every time you unfold the stroller, but it isn't a big deal at all. It's so easy and quick to reset it that it was basically a non-issue for us.
Pushing this stroller is extremely easy.Read more ›
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