Chicco Trevi Stroller, Adventure (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- Lightweight aluminum frame
- One-hand fold release
- Fully reclining seat
- Adjustable 5-position leg rest
- Reversible canopy with peek-a-boo window and zip off back panel
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pros- The one handed recline is not flat but just about.
-It is heavy enough (22pounds) to hang purse, diaper bag on the handles and not have it tip when baby comes out.
-You don't have to use the 5 pt harness, you can make it 3pt.
-It rides smooth on roads; paved and dirt (within reason- definitely not for trails or sand) you can kind of feel the tred on smooth floors but the ride is still smooth.
-Green color is attractive.
-Handles, while not adjustable are comfortable (I'm 5'8"), the grip feels good. This stroller handles great with one hand.
-The tray is great for entertaining toddlers with cheerios and gold fish! And if you really don't like the tray for whatever reason it is completely removable.
negs- sun shade might as well not be there for when baby is sitting up but is nice for lying down as it has a tinted window.
-cup holder does fall off but, snaps on pretty easily.
-When seat is reclined basket can't be accessed but you can always move your purse to the handles.
-5 pt harness might not work for all kids. while adjustable the arm straps might allow your baby the movement they desire.- we use 3 pt harness and it works great but our baby doesn't try to jump out.
-hard to unfold while holding baby but if you put your foot just right on the release it is possible. and once you get the hang of it, it gets easier.
-I like that it collapses so that it squeezes together but, it just fits in our Prius trunk on a diagonal and you have to put it in just right once its in other things fit too.
The Trevi is not bulky, and it doesn't look like one of those puffy rolling sofa strollers. It's clean, contemporary, Italian design and highly functional.
I don't need or want to buy 2-3 different strollers to suit all our various needs. In this day and age, well-designed and multi-functional is IN. Waste and bloat is OUT. The Trevi is a great choice at any price point.
I am not a very tall person (5'7"), but I soon realized that if I took too long strides I would step on the inner back wheels.
Pretty soon I noticed that the stroller is very hard to push one handed. This is often necessary if you have another child that want or need to hold your hand. The stroller will budge and turn in whatever direction it wants to.
I also did not like the harness. It gives no room for the bum. My son is almost sitting on the buckle, which can neither be comfortable and is not convenient for the parent.
After about a month's use a plastic strap in the back rest broke through the fabric. I did not notice this until my baby had the strap in his hand, chewing on the rubber tip that had come of the strap. The strap does not seem to serve any important purpose so I can live without it.
However, now the swiwel wheels are constantly turning sideways when we go in a store which makes it almost impossible to push the stroller. The instructions suggest locking the wheels on certain surfaces, but then you cannot turn.
Lastly, even though the stroller is fairly compact when it comes to thickness, it is very long folded. We have a Jeep Patriot ( a small SUV) and the stroller does not lay flat in the trunk. I have to tilt it to make it fit.
In all fairness there are a few possitive things about the stroller.
I did like the way the backrest reclined and I also liked the little tray with one slanted snack cup which makes it easy for children that "rake" up there snacks.
You are definitely better of spending a little bit more money on a differnt stroller, because with this one, the problems just seem to be piling up.
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