|Product Dimensions||19 x 43 x 30 inches|
|Item model number||AG84D0MLAUS/D|
|Maximum weight recommendation||55 Pounds|
|Additional product features||Reclining Seat|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Item Weight||1.6 ounces|
Inglesina 2012 Swift Stroller, Mela (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
|Fabric Type||100% Polyester|
|Maximum weight recommendation||55 Pounds|
|Item Weight||0.1 Pounds|
About this item
- 100% 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
Lightweight, sporty and infinitely convenient, the 2012 Inglesina Swift stroller comes with an easy-to-use umbrella fold and its signature carry handle. When closed, Swift locks automatically into a small, compact package that weighs a meager thirteen pounds including canopy. The new 2012 version of the Swift provides an extended canopy system that offers your baby more protection from the sun and rain and a basket matching the color of the seat. Even though the Swift strolls and stores so easily, your baby will also enjoy the ride in a nicely padded, four-position reclining seat with leg support. Ideal for smaller babies or toddlers who, like you, prefer to roll in style. Outstanding features of Swift are 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. Dimensions when open: 19" x 43" x 30 ". Dimensions when closed: 10" x 12" x 41". Weight: 13 pounds including canopy. For use from 3 months to 55 pounds.
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It is a very stylish stroller...they have nice color choices and the frame is a satin black finish which looks very modern. It has a modest canopy, but that is par for the course with an umbrella stroller. One really nice feature is that it reclines almost completely flat for napping and it has a recline mechanism with multiple positions (kind of like a pool lounge chair). I like this system better than some of the other recline options, like zippers and straps, and it's easy to use and change even with a sleeping baby in the seat. The basket is standard size for an umbrella stroller, which is sufficient, I actually don't use the basket that much. It also has a little zipper pocket on the back of the seat that is perfect for stashing your phone, keys, etc. it's very easy to hang your diaper bag on the handles. It is designed to open and close one handed with a little foot action to help. I find it a little clumsy at times, but overall pretty easy. And it has a handle to pick it up by and toss it in the trunk. This is easy too because its so light.
My only complaint is with the safety straps...they are kind of cheap and flimsy compared to the rest of the stroller's construction. In fact the day the stroller arrived as I put it together to assess my purchase one of the shoulder strap clips broke, all i did was try to unclip it. I called the customer service line and they immediately sent a new set of straps free of charge. Great customer service. The shoulder straps are difficult to attach to the lap belt and very hard to unlatch. I'm actually a little afraid every time because I have gotten my finger pinched in the straps and it really hurts. That one thing aside I really like this stroller a lot and I think it will last a while. I would purchase this stroller again.
I've seen on some reviews that the seat is small, I thought so too at first, because my 13 month old would scoot forward and it seemed that he was sliding off, but I adjusted the waist straps and that prevents him from scooting forward and gives him ample space to sit. He's 85-91% for height and weight and he fits quite comfortably. My 3.5 year old is comfortable in it too. What I really love is that the front of the seat is extended down and padded, so the seat doesn't dig into the back of his knees. While it's not as easy to steer one handed as a stroller with a U-shaped bar it can be done. It's a LOT easier to push if there is some weight in the stroller as well, so if your kid wants to walk, put your purse or something in it to give it some resistance. This stroller is very sturdy and the brakes are great too.
The color is vibrant and reminds me of cornflower blue, but not quite as dark as the picture depicts. The little zipper in the back of the canopy is nice too.
The handles are comfortable to grip and they are a good height for both me at five-seven and my over-six-foot husband. Every once in a while one of us bumps a rear wheel with one of our feet, when walking very quickly, but this happens only rarely.
My only complaint is that two parts of the seat support structure stick out a bit when the stroller is folded. This is not a problem with everyday use, but they poked right through the shipping box and tore holes in the green fabric during shipping. I inspected the stroller when I received it (having noticed the two holes on the front of the box) but was not familiar enough with the stroller to find the damaged spots. The stroller is still safe and I will keep it, but I think folks should know they really need to inspect it well for damage when it arrives. I can see the damage to the fabric only when the stroller is folded. Don't make my mistake - I opened the stroller and inspected it then. Take a good hard look when it's folded up too.