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Valco Baby Snap Single Stroller- Black Iris

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Black Iris (2012)
  • SUPER lightweight full service stroller
  • Weighs under 13lbs (including front bar & wheels)
  • Flat fold with automatic lock can stand on it own (Black Iris may not have Carry Shoulder Strap)
  • Transforms into a travel system
  • Features a Full infant recline, EX-tended canopy, Xtra airflow & roomy seat
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Valco Baby Snap Single Stroller- Black Iris + Valco Baby Allsorts Universal Seat Pad, Licorice/Black + Valco Baby Snap & Snap4 (Single) Car Seat Adapter (Chicco/Maxi Cosi (Mico))
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Product Information

Color: Black Iris (2012)
Technical Details
Item Weight17.8 pounds
Product Dimensions31 x 18.2 x 7.8 inches
Item model numberValcosnapbi
  
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ASINB007X59W5Y
Best Sellers Rank #110,073 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight17.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  
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Product Description

Color: Black Iris (2012)

Weighing under 13lbs, the Snap stroller is the ultimate in stroller mobility. Whether for airline travel, in and out of the car or just getting around town, this stroller will get you to wherever you need to go in a Snap! The Snap sets out to redefine the standard 'convenience' stroller by combining an ultra lightweight frame together with a roomy comfortable seat, extended canopy sun protection & a full recline system. Weighing under 13lbs, the Snap stroller is the ultimate in stroller mobility. Whether for airline travel, in and out of the car or just getting around town, this stroller will get you to wherever you need to go in a Snap!


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What a good decision, I love this stroller!
Teresa Stok
All in all I am happy with the stroller and would recommend it to anyone looking for a 2nd stroller with a few more features than the typical umbrella.
Michitake
It steers very easy, you can steer it with one hand.
A. Wilde

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59 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Shopanista on June 28, 2012
Color Name: Cornflower 2012 Verified Purchase
Where we live, only the most common strollers (Graco and Chicco travel systems, Jet and Ignite, a few Jeep models, super basic umbrellas, etc) are available in stores. Thanks to Amazon Prime, I have ordered, assembled, wheeled around the house, and returned no less than 10 lightweight strollers (after an unsuccessful go with a full-size Abiie model and a much less extensive round of ordering jogging models- in that department, we love our BOB Revolution). Even our UPS man commented, "Looks like you're still stroller shopping." Mortifying. I don't write many reviews, simply due to the fact that so many others have usually written and confirmed my sentiments for other shoppers - but I wish I'd had a detail Snap review; it might have saved us a lot of time!

I fly frequently with my 8-month-old. I usually travel without another adult, always have at least one connection after leaving our regional airport, carry a laptop plus baby gear, and thus particularly require efficiency in our travel "system" (luggage, stroller, etc). Initially, I tried to find a less expensive stroller with decent features. I was totally set on an umbrella fold. Key criteria: lightweight (15-16 lbs or less with all accessories installed), compact and easy fold, good recline, and comfortable for baby. (Added bonus but not required: car seat compatible.) The UppaBaby G-Luxe may have won, except that I am 5'2" and that particular model has handles that came up to my armpits. Very uncomfortable and disappointing for me, but I get that most parents would prefer taller handles.

After several rounds of ordering ($120 or less; $200 or less; and not to exceed $300), I finally accepted that finding a stroller with the features I wanted would require entrusting a more expensive stroller to the airlines.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By MWDC on March 2, 2013
Color Name: Cornflower 2012
Everyone in this area seems to have a City Mini -- and after trying out this stroller, I don't know why! I did extensive research online to compare sizes, weights, and features. I also test-drove a number of strollers in the store, and liked this quite a bit better than the other options. A few points:

1. It is noticeably lighter than the City Mini and other strollers I tried out. One of the lightest "featured" (i.e., non-umbrella) strollers on the market. As I recall, the only non-umbrella stroller that gave it a run for its money in this category was the much more expensive Bugaboo Bee.

2. Very easy to handle and maneuver.

3. Extremely important to me was the small footprint; I was on a mission to find a narrow stroller that I can fit in cramped store aisles and between cars in parking lots. On this front, once again, the Snap was the obvious choice, comparable only to the Bugaboo Bee. I think it was 3" narrower than the City Mini and also noticeably shorter, but the seat dimensions for the child were still comparable.

4. The basket below is not huge, but that is a necessary side effect of the smaller footprint that I wanted. I have been spoiled by the basket on my Chicco KeyFit Caddy, but this is totally serviceable. The City Mini basket is slightly larger due to the larger frame on the City Mini, but the Snap's basket actually seemed more functional: it is easier to access because it does not have a bar running across the back, which prevents bulky bags from fitting in the back easily. I've also been able to fold the stroller up with some items still stored in the basket (like my daughter's jacket and my carrier); this is really nice.

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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Shopanista on June 28, 2012
Color Name: Black Iris (2012)
Where we live, only the most common strollers (Graco and Chicco travel systems, Jet and Ignite, a few Jeep models, super basic umbrellas, etc) are available in stores. Thanks to Amazon Prime, I have ordered, assembled, wheeled around the house, and returned no less than 10 lightweight strollers (after an unsuccessful go with a full-size Abiie model and a much less extensive round of ordering jogging models- in that department, we love our BOB Revolution). Even our UPS man commented, "Looks like you're still stroller shopping." Mortifying. I don't write many reviews, simply due to the fact that so many others have usually written and confirmed my sentiments for other shoppers - but I wish I'd had a detail Snap review; it might have saved us a lot of time!

I fly frequently with my 8-month-old. I usually travel without another adult, always have at least one connection after leaving our regional airport, carry a laptop plus baby gear, and thus particularly require efficiency in our travel "system" (luggage, stroller, etc). Initially, I tried to find a less expensive stroller with decent features. I was totally set on an umbrella fold. Key criteria: lightweight (15-16 lbs or less with all accessories installed), compact and easy fold, good recline, and comfortable for baby. (Added bonus but not required: car seat compatible.) The UppaBaby G-Luxe may have won, except that I am 5'2" and that particular model has handles that came up to my armpits. Very uncomfortable and disappointing for me, but I get that most parents would prefer taller handles.

After several rounds of ordering ($120 or less; $200 or less; and not to exceed $300), I finally accepted that finding a stroller with the features I wanted would require entrusting a more expensive stroller to the airlines.
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