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FLOOR MODEL AS IS 2010 Cybex Callisto Stroller In Stone With Rain Cover

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Chelsie Delecki on May 30, 2011
If you're in the market for a small fold, full featured stroller this is the one. In my search for the perfect stroller I also strongly considered the Peg Perego Si, the Chicco liteway, and the I'coo Pluto. As a mother of three, moving overseas, my criteria was as follows: one handed steering, one handed fold, one handed recline, one handed carry, full coverage canopy, umbrella style fold and relative light weight. The cybex Callisto meets all these. It steers and rolls like a dream. Has the most handy strap adjustment system I've ever used in a stroller.

Although this stroller isn't designed for off road or moderate terrain, it does a passable job, certainly better than the others I tested or more traditional umbrella style strollers. If you're looking to have a smooth ride outside, air tires like BOB or Phil & Teds are the way to go. For a compact daily use stroller that occasionally includes some outdoor use, the Callisto does a great job.

I am very happy with the quality and performance of this stroller. I highly recommend it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By dovorbabs on August 17, 2011
Having owned and used the Callisto for the past seven months, I can sum it up as follows: it does what it is meant to, and does it well. Being on a budget and having a 00 Honda Civic without too much trunk space to spare, one of those fancy full- sized strollers wasn't and option. I really was not interested in getting a typical Maclaren or City Mini. I felt like this was a perfect in-between: a smooth, sturdy and stable stroller with a single handlebar that still looked stylish and not-too-typical, while being relatively light weight with an easy and compact fold.

I must say, it does all those EXTREMELY well!

-The ride is smooth sailing, and I can push it no prob with one hand.
-The stroller is surprisingly stable; I had a packed overnight bag slung over the handle of the stroller Without The Baby, and it wasn't even close to tipping over!
-The canopy coverage is full and excellent
-It takes a few times to get the hang of it, but this stroller can easily be folded one-handed. It is one of very few strollers that has a full handlebar and folds like an umbrella stroller. It fits in our trunk with lots of room to spare.
-At 17+ pounds, it strikes a balance of being light enough, with stability
-Additionally, it is narrower than most other strollers and squeezes easily through crowded supermarket aisles
-The buckle system is very easy to do, and adjust like a car seat's, with no overhang of straps anywhere!
-The seat has an easy one-handed four-position recline
-The seat is comfy and padded, with a cotton fabric, which is great and breathable for baby

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We started out with a hand me down stroller with our first baby that a friend was kind enough to give to us. I used it for a few months and decided that I just couldn't handle it anymore, the hunk of junk had to go. So I began doing tons of research and since I live overseas with a husband in the military, I couldn't exactly see any of my options in person. I watched video reviews and finally settled on the closeout Callisto because it was just a smidge over my budget BUT had every feature I was looking for, and then some. I just got it in the mail, and I'm even more pleased now that I put it together! It had a few bumps and bruises (hardly noticeable, I was being pretty critical) that were likely acquired from bumpy shipping or poor warehouse storage, but all in all, it looks amazing. Pushing it sans baby is such a breeze! I want to wake her up and take her for a spin! Now, if you're coming from a higher end or on par stroller to the Callisto, I'm not sure how it would measure up. But for a family that's tight on the budget and came from a graco clunk o junk, this thing is like owning a Ferrari. I couldn't be happier, and I haven't even used it yet!

The ONLY thing I would like but can't find is a protective bag made by Callisto. I'm not thrilled with the idea of a generic one, but that's a tiny issue for me comparatively. Thanks so much to the vendor for a great deal, we're really grateful!
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D. West on July 24, 2011
I purchased this stroller after doing extensive research. My requirements were sturdiness, maneuverability, easy fold, extending handlebar, good canopy and one handed steering. The Callisto fits the bill on most of these items and I find it very comfortable and easy to use. The baby likes it as well, and sits/naps happily in it. However, after one month of use, I've had several major annoyances.

a) During our out of state trip, one of the bolts holding the bottom of the stroller popped off and rendered the stroller unusable. My husband found the screw and fixed it easily, but I was extremely frustrated with this, especially being on the road with no back up stroller to use and a 23 lb. baby to lug around.

b) The break is extremely tight and is often difficult to pop off, especially when wearing open-toed shoes or if it has been raining and the shoes are slippery.

c) The canopy keeps sliding up and down on the rails, and is often quite difficult to line up and open all the way out. This seems like a major design flaw, as it is attached by two flexible pieces of plastic which get softer on hot days and cannot bear the force necessary to open the canopy all the way out.

Overall, I'm still happy with the stroller, but given these three items, I would probably purchase the Maclaren Techno XLR if I were on the market again.
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