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Aprica Presto Stroller, Loft Brown (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

3.0 out of 5 stars 23 customer reviews
About the Product
  • High seat position for easy lifting and leg room for growing babies
  • Built-in seat ventilation panel helps keep baby comfortable
  • Holds child up to 70 pounds
  • Super-slim fold and self-standing for easy handling and storage
  • Four-wheel suspension for a smooth ride
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From the Manufacturer

Presto, ready in a Flash. You've got places to go – and Presto wants to come along. With a sleek, ultra-slim profile, ingenious folding design and amazing maneuverability, this stroller will take you anywhere you and your baby want to go. Comfort features include; high seat position for easy lifting and leg room for growing babies, canopy sun visor provides extra shade for baby and built-in seat ventilation panel helps keep baby comfortable. For extra comfort the stroller includes four-wheel suspension for a smooth ride and a cushioned 5 point harness with 3 level adjustments. Convenience features include a foam handle for easy grip, self standing for easy handling and storage, double front swivel wheels for ease and maneuverability. An easy one hand recline system and roomy basket give parents all they need to keep baby moving. A convenient carry strap is integrated into frame, great for quick travel. Care is easy too, as the seat pad is removable and washable. Rain cover included. Best of all you can use the Presto until a child is 70 pounds.

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Technical Details
Item Weight13.7 pounds
Product Dimensions21.1 x 19.2 x 43.3 inches
UPC047406110667
Item model number1771744
Minimum weight recommendation12 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation70 Pounds
  
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Best Sellers Rank #147,248 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight17.4 pounds
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I spent so long researching strollers and went through so many choices, including Chicco, Maclaren, Cybex, and Maxi Cosi. Ultimately, for price and features, I decided on the Aprica Presto.

One of the big concerns of moms is the recent recall of many umbrella-type strollers (every Maclaren made from 1999 till 2010 for instance) due to the risk of finger amputation. Maclaren's hinge caused 12 finger amputations! While they are currently producing a new hinge, I was not interested in buying from a company that permitted so many children to be injured (since 2004). I wanted a hinge mechanism that was safe for my child. This did require some sacrifices, but my baby is worth it!

The Aprica is NOT a one-handed fold. This is due to its design, which is safer than most one-handed folds. The fold can be sticky and confusing, but the one review that stated it could "not" be closed is totally over the top. In truth, I figured it out with no help while viewing it in the store in less than 5 minutes. With roughly 5 more minutes of practice at home, I've been able to master it pretty easily. There is a center pull-arm that you pull up on to begin the release of the stroller. Then you fold it flat and lock it. I wish it self-locked, but it does not. Those are the negatives.

The positives far outweigh the negatives. For one, unlike Maclarens, it has a really usable and LARGE sunshade. It also has a functional USABLE bottom basket! This is so rare in umbrella strollers! Even with the seat reclined, the basket can be accessed from the side of the stroller pretty easily. My large diaper bag and purse fit in the basket. Part of the reason the basket is so easily accessible is because the child's seat sits much higher than most other strollers.
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I paid $115 for the Aprica Presto in grey. If you look around, you'll see the brown or green ones available on some sites for as low as $80. The price says it all: this is a mid priced, lightweight stroller and you get what you pay for. Yes, you can find pricier strollers with one handed folds that have cup holders and storage pockets and nav systems and tivo and babies that steer and push themselves...blah blah blah...but, let's be honest: no stroller will ever be good enough for some people. I've been through 4 "lightweight" strollers. I have 1 kid. Ridiculous, right? Every stroller has its pros and cons.

For the Aprica Presto, its pros are: it looks good; it's light; compact standing fold; decent undercarriage storage; it looks good; maneuvers easily; good umbrella coverage; nice high handles; and it looks good. Did I mention how good it looks?

The cons have been summed up pretty well by other reviewers: no extras like back pockets or a front safety bar; the stupid crotch pad slides off; the 5 point harness is a 4 step process rather than 2; and the seat is at a slight recline at the most upright position.

I'm sick of buying more strollers since nothing is ever good enough. Luckily, all the issues I have with the Presto are easy enough to fix:

1. I only used the back pockets on my other strollers because their undercarriages were such a pain to get to. The presto's undercarriage is pretty accessible, wide, and higher off the ground so I don't really need the back pockets.

2. To my surprise, baby didn't really mind not having the front bar. In his other strollers he likes to kick back with his feet resting on the bar so I thought he would miss it; but, since he didn't seem to care it was missing, neither did I.

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I'm going to give you my initial impression. We will not be keeping this stroller b/c it is too small for our 3 yr old (whose head hits the canopy top).

Seat - The seat bottom is 19" off the ground. The seat back is 18". The maximum seated bottom to crown (top of head) height for your child to comfortably sit in this stroller is 21" - which our average sized 3 yr old is larger than. Seat width - 13". The main complaints from our children trying this out were the seat angle, which cannot be brought upright beyond approx. 45 degrees (although it can be laid down more flat for younger babies). NOTE: THE MANUAL STATES THE MAX CHILD HEIGHT FOR THIS STROLLER IS 45" (obviously people vary in where they carry their height but our kids tend to have very long legs and shorter torsos and this still didn't work for them, though they are both under 45" in height). The extreme 70 lbs weight limit doesn't matter when our 35 lb toddler is too tall to fit under the canopy (and no, we do not have freakishly tall kids - very average).

Removable padding - The mesh contains foam {heavily offgassing fumes - it scares me to think of the chemical content and flame retardants used in this model}. There are 2 pieces, one for the head and down the middle back, the other for the seat bottom. The back piece is .5 cm thick, the bottom piece is 2 cm thickness. The nice part is that these are REMOVABLE and there is a standard nylon/polyester stroller fabric underneath with built-in padding. If I were to keep this, I would toss out the offgassing extra padding.

Canopy - It folds out into 3 sections, one of which you can peel back to view your child through a mesh fabric layer {much preferred to the traditional toxic PVC window}. The drawback is that the canopy resembles something out of alien vs.
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