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8 people found this helpful
on September 18, 2013
I previously had the Chicco Liteway stroller. Unfortunately, when I went on a trip, the airines I used didn't take care of it very well. The tire was wobbly and they broke off the cup holder.
I was looking for one similar to what I already had, but didn't want to pay the same price. I shopped for HOURS online, and looked at reviews via YouTube (thank God...very informative!). This one was the perfect match for me.
I'm on the shorter side (under 5 feet), and I noticed that these handles were slightly lower, so it's easier for me to push. It rolls smoothly. It's a little harder to open and fold than I expected, but it's okay, since I usually put my daughter in her car seat BEFORE I fold the stroller...so both my hands are free, anyway. The basket underneath is quite small, but it's still a big help when you need a place to put stuff. There's a little pocket in the back where I put my cell phone and keys...so that's handy. I hang my daughter's backpack on the back, and the weight doesn't make the stroller fall back, like the other strollers do...so that's definitely a plus. I have a screw on cup holder, which I can conveniently attach to different areas on the stroller, whether it be my drink, or my daughter's. The leg area goes up, and the back ALMOST fully reclines...which is great for naps AND convenient for me to change her diaper when there's no changing station nearby...THE MOST IMPORTANT FEATURE I LOOK FOR. This stroller is on the smaller side, though...so I think little ones may grow out of it rather quickly. The only part that confuses me is where exactly to put the visor. Sometimes I have to play with it a little bit to find exactly where it goes...I figure it out by matching the Velcro pieces. Oh...and when reclining the stroller, I have to use both hands, and if the baby is using a lot of weight to lean back, it can recline rather quickly/abruptly.