Safety 1st Aerolite Deluxe Stroller, Silver Leaf (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- Plastic, Nylon
- All weather sun visor with multi-position canopy with airflow mesh window and cover
- Ultra-compact, 1-hand fold n' stand
- Multi-position seat recline
- Child snack tray with cup holder and Slide guard protection
- Accepts onboard 35 air infant car seat for quick-click car seat attachment
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Moves freely and easily
Carseat fits snuggly
High quality, made sturdy
Not hard to put together
Heavy! Not impossible to lift, but much heavier than others I tried...requires two hands
Collapse feature is a little stiff...still works with one hand might get easier with use
Adjustable incline also a little stiff...def need two hands
Parts are tiny for wheels...I have small hands and it was very hard putting the pins in
Overall...if i would not have bought the carseat for it's high safety rating I would not have bought this stroller. But i do like the quality and durability and it fits my carseat nicely so it will due. Moves great just heavy...I love the carseat (air protect 35) and this is the stroller that it goes with so I'm def keeping it. I keep thinking the weight is just a trade off for the very high quality construction!
The slidegaurd, which keeps a child's head from getting caught between the tray if they happen to undo thier buckle.
The fold is easy to do
Even though it's not a all terrain stroller, it works well over gravel, grass and dirt
The canopy is unlike any other it gives you the option of sheilding from the sun while having a nice brezze come through the mesh opening, however
doesn't help when it rains, even when buttoned up.
After using this stroller for about a month (I used it almost everyday & sometimes through gravel/bumpy sidewalks) it would squeak even after using WD-40
The wheels would stop rolling after going over a bump
The seat back was hard, no cushion what so ever, but if you happen to have a extra car seat or highchair padding around you could use that, which is what I ended up doing.
The storage basket is at a angle to if your doing lots of shopping be sure to put your heavy items in front and small in the back otherwise the heavy item will just keep sliding towards the front.
The cup holder on the parents tray are short, any slight bump i would go over and my water bottle will fall out rolling down the street.
Overall for the price now (we paid over $150 through here) I would say it's worth if you don't mind the bad, although I think they should of added the car seat with it. When connected and all canopys are closed it makes a nice sheild from looky loos. Also there is no front wheel lock to make it a fixed /swivel stroller.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This car seat is very heavy!! It also fold up awkwardly. It takes a lot of work just to get it to close up and put in the back of my suv and it almost takes up the whole... Read morePublished on November 14, 2013 by Robert
Bought this stroller because my wife and I were given a Safety 1st car seat by friends that had just bumped their son up to the next level. Read morePublished on June 11, 2013 by Joseph Niman
As a new mom I spent weeks searching for a safe, practical, economical stroller. I definitely got it right. Read morePublished on October 13, 2012 by Sunny G.
I carefully researched my stroller purchase - at least I thought I had. Okay, I'll be honest - I was mostly drawn to the chic, gender neutral, low-profile colors. Read morePublished on April 25, 2012 by S. Kroll
Okay so I have upgraded to an Uppababy Vista, which is majorly more money. But in my research I realized just how nice this one that I'd been spoiled by was. Read morePublished on June 17, 2011 by B. Carter
We bought this stroller to go with the Safety 1st Air infant car seat we purchased from Babies R Us. Read morePublished on March 4, 2011 by Momof3
this is an excellent stroller ,everything i could ask for and more, but when you put on the rear wheels it is impossible to put on the cotter pins due to the way the wheels are... Read morePublished on February 18, 2011 by sunshinebear1987