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So I get the box home and open it up. Nice! It is only in a few pieces, not oodles of tiny ones. It took about 15 minutes of assembly time. No tools, everything snaps into place. Basically put on the wheels, the canopy, the seat (which is removable anyways) and install the cup holder and you are all set... except...they ship the stroller with the tires flat, which is understandable, so be prepared to inflate them prior to your first use.
First things I notice, I *love* how high my 9 month old sits. When we are at a normal dining table he rolls right up next to us, feet just below the plane of the table. Having the higher view keeps him visually engaged so he isn't so moody. I imagine the lower seating views common on other strollers can be quite boring! I find this higher vantage point also great when we go to the zoo as the viewing areas are usually low, but still higher than a standard stroller on a lot of exhibits.Read more ›
When my daughter was in her Maxi-Cosi infant seat, the click on part of the stroller worked really well. It wasn't totally easy to fold up and definitely required two hands to do it. This part of the stroller is compact and traveled well in the car and especially on flights. My husband is 6 foot 6 so the expandable handle worked great for him. It has minimal plastic and is well made. It is definitely all-terrain so works great at parks and on trails. Except for a really small and sort of awkward basket, I don't have any complaints for this use.
I was excited to use the toddler seat when we grew out of the infant car-seat. What I didn't quite realize is that this stroller in its toddler version definitely DOES NOT FOLD UP in a compact manner. It is possible to keep the seat on the base, but to store it anywhere or easily load it in a car, you have to remove the seat from the base (not a simple thing- it sometimes takes me 5 tries to get it off (because you have to squeeze both a button on both sides of the seat exactly at the same time and pull), then you have to fold the base (remember, not a two step process). All of this while your toddler is either standing by your side or in the car (probably not being too patient). Another really important thing- if you don't have a station wagon or van, I honestly am not sure the toddler seat would fit in your trunk- and it especially will not if your trunk is full of other things, like groceries.
Don't get me wrong- I really like the way this stroller looks and I think for the price it competes with some of the 800-1000 strollers on the market, at least in looks. And I couldn't stomach the idea of a huge plastic "travel system".Read more ›
3 Recline options
Roomy storage basket and cup holder
Rain shield included
Can be used as travel system with Maxi Cosi car seat
Folding/Unfolding are tricky at first
Seat must be removed to fold stroller
Heavy (but average weight for luxury stroller)
Can be used as a travel system ONLY with Maxi Cosi car seat
As a first time parents, safety is in the top position of our main priority. Even though we already got a stroller for our son (he's 9 months now), but after reading so many articles, we decided to get another stroller that can be used for infants/babies for up to 50lbs, and also have the option to face toward you. And we saw this stroller.
First impression when we got the stroller, yes it is a little bit tricky in opening it up (certainly you can not use one hand, have to use both hand to open it up). But, I think that's not a big problem for us. Overall, it looks good, and our son like it when we first try it out. He seems comfortable sitting on it (seat is a comfier than his current stroller, and the neck strap is also padded)
The only thing that I don't like from the stroller is that the storage is a little too small for younger babies (you might need to bring lots of stuff, such as diapers, clothes, etc.), even though I read how people hang their diaper bag on the stroller. For me, I like it if it's tuck neatly underneath the seat, so it doesn't look like too cluttered (I know that people may also buy some hanger for stroller, I haven't purchased one since I don't feel that I need it yet, but that's another way to solve this problem). I also think that it's better if there's more storage on the handle bar (like other stroller brands that have more storage), maybe for parents' drinks or other small stuff, but again, it's not really a big deal for me.
Overall, I think it's a pretty good stroller (for this color specifically, even though it may be an older model), it is a steal~~ price is good, compare to other model that can run up to more than $300.
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When We purchased this stroller, we got so many compliments. And the price was very reasonable!
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I did a lot of research before I made this purchases and I am so glad that I did! I almost spent over $600 for a stroller similar to this. Read morePublished on May 25, 2012 by Nick S.