Inglesina 2013 Swift Stroller, Vinile Black (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Aluminum, Polyester
- Practical, umbrella closing stroller
- Ergonomic soft-touch handles for easy maneuverability
- Reclining, four-position backrest for maximum comfort of the baby
- Convenient carry handle for easy use and storage on the go
- Surprisingly roomy storage basket
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Top Customer Reviews
1. Seat is VERY shallow, my daughter is 2 yrs and average size, and she is not comfortable.
2. Seat is awkwardly close to the ground for how big the stroller is. My daughters feet are only 2 inches or so from the wheels, so when she is relaxed and sleeping, her feet slipped off the tiny footrest and hit the wheels while the stroller was in motion. Cant be helped! When she is asleep of course she is unaware of anything! And with the seat being so shallow, her legs are going to dangle more.
3. Tall handlebar is great for tall parents, but if the parents are tall, most likely so is the child. That's where the shallow seat and low to the ground features become more of a problem.
4. Stroller is light to pick up, but heavy to push for some reason. It uses a lot of wrist power to move it. Its not very "swift".
5. Buckles for the baby are very hard to undo and has pinched me when putting together which is annoying! Im pretty good at buckles, it doesn't matter, they will surprise you even when you are prepared
6. The recline feature is good to have, but you have to pull both side pieces up, which automatically and QUICKLY lowers the seat. So, when your baby is drowsy and starting to fall asleep, watch them be surprised when that seat falls back on them. You cant stop it with your hand since it takes both hands, one on each side, to recline the seat
7. Comes with no cup holder, organizer, and for $120, that's ridiculous. Even The First Years Ignite at only $60 comes with that!
1. The recline is an almost full recline, unlike some of the other similar strollers.
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Easy folding mechanism
Cheap straps and buckle
Upright position not upright enough
At this point, I am going to go with a Maclaren Globetrotter or Triumph or Uppababy G Luxe.
It folds up fairly small so that it doesn't take up too much space in the trunk of my car, which is where I keep it. The stroller is study and seems to be well-constructed. The brakes are very easy to engage and disengage with your foot. There is a place to store a diaper bag, backpack, or purse. The straps are easy to use if you leave the shoulder and waist straps hooked together.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
We got this to travel with instead of lugging around our cumbersome britax b-ready. We've been really happy with the inglesina swift. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Marked Twine
I bought this before I moved to Hawaii and it was definitely worth the money. I knew I wanted an umbrealla stroller over there but still wanted the conveniences of a real stroller. Read morePublished 18 months ago by LinzardBacon
easy to maneuver and easy to fold up and down. It is also great because it reclines for smaller or younger babies. Read morePublished on April 23, 2014 by Katherine A Moon
So I went back and forth between several different stroller brands. I was looking for something NOT too pricey, but with the following features:
Big enough basket underneath,... Read more
Very light but still sturdy, perfect for travelling, and field trips. Easy to use, love how the back incline has different levels, easy to collapse also. Read morePublished on April 6, 2014 by Veronica Garrison
I really like the Inglesina Swift! This is my 7th stroller, my third umbrella stroller and its a great product for the money. Read morePublished on February 26, 2014 by Amazon Customer
Stroller was not what I expected based on the reviews I read. The seat is hard and has very little cushion. Its just awkward to maneuver. Read morePublished on February 25, 2014 by Astha Sharma