Micralite FastFold Superlite Stroller in Blue
- Super light (only 14 lbs) yet acts like a full sized stroller!
- Robust 12in all terrain removable pneumatic rear wheels and lockable 6in front swivel wheels
- A full-size stroller that functions as an umbrella stroller - the best of borth worlds!
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Top Customer Reviews
I have owned on the order of 15 strollers (I know), and this is by far my workhorse stroller. If I had to sell everything I own, this would be the one I'd keep. It's not perfect, but if you live in a city, it's really the only almost-perfect option.
Why this and not the City Mini?
1) Big back tires. That pop off if needed. If you live in a real city (e.g, one that requires you to walk more than just from your car to wherever), there's no substitute. I lived in Boston and Philadelphia with this stroller, and made frequent visits to NYC and abroad (Jerusalem, Istanbul, Rome, etc.) and there were times when this was literally the only stroller that could have dealt with it all. This baby popped down the stairs next to the Western Wall without breaking a sweat, while still being able to fit in the overhead bin of a commuter train.
2) Great ride board. Have you read the reviews of the ride board for the Mini? Terrible. When I had my second son, we got the ride board for the FF, and it has worked seamlessly. I take the T to pick up my older son from pre-school, I fold back the ride board to take on the train (and up and down the escalator that would be a nightmare with a real double), and then he rides back home, over bumps and barriers, no problem. The company also sells handle extenders, to avoid the very problems you would have with the Mini ride board, but honestly, the ride is still so easy with two, that I PUSH BOTH OF THEM WITH ONE HAND, and just walk by the side of the stroller. You read that right.Read more ›
Of course, this isn't as small and light as a smaller umbrella stroller, and it is bulky enough that it takes some work to put onto the overhead rails in a train, and is sometimes hard to fit into a car trunk if there are already some suitcases in there. And compared to bigger non-folding jogger-type strollers, this has only the smaller size front wheels, and the sun shade isn't very big. But, for a compromise between the two extremes of the smallest lightest folding strollers, and the biggest jogger strollers with full-sized bike wheels, this one really takes the cake, and met our needs well.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have this stoller in yellow and I absolutely love it. I used it with the carseat adapter for 6-7 months (with a Graco Snugride 35) and found it very easy to get the adapter and... Read morePublished on May 13, 2013 by heather jezorek
Do not trust this company. I purchased my FastFold from a very reputable dealer (BuyBuyBaby/BedBathBeyond) and was told that the 5-year warranty covered everything that came in the... Read morePublished on May 17, 2012 by NYCMommy