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Micralite FastFold Superlite Stroller in Blue

3.0 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews
About the Product
  • 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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Product Description

The Micralite FastFold Superlite has all of the features of a full-size stroller but functions as an umbrella stroller. Weighing in at only 14 pounds, the FastFold Superlite is a compact and ergonomic stroller that is easily maneuvered using only one hand. The sliding seat reclines for baby's comfort or sits upright so your child can enjoy the views.Available in a range of vibrant contemporary colors, the FastFold Superlite features an ingenious single-handed folding action and stands alone when folded. Recognized for its ability to cover all terrains, the Superlite's rear pneumatic tires soak up the bumps and ensure the passenger a comfortable ride. The swiveling front wheels give excellent control in the street and allow precise maneuverability in tight spots.Features:Patented, easy-folding design Stands upright when folded One-handed steering and precise maneuverability Lightweight - only 14 pounds (6.4 kg) Two position breathable mesh, reclining seat Includes air pump for rear wheels 5 Point Safety Harness Robust 12" all terrain removable pneumatic rear wheels Lockable 6" front swivel wheels Easy-grip adjustable handles Available accessories include Multi-Position Handles, Rider, Maxi-Cosi & Graco Carseat Adaptors, Seat Liners, Travel Bag and Rain Cover (all sold separately) JPMA Safety Certified Five Year Manufacturer's Warranty Pictured above: (left) Red Fastfold; (right) Black Fastfold with optional yellow liner (liner sold separately)

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Technical Details
Item Weight19.9 pounds
Product Dimensions41.2 x 15.8 x 10.3 inches
Item model numberMS60114
Care instructionsUnited Kingdom
Additional product featuresCanopy, Height Adjustable Handlebar
Seating capacity1
Tire materialOther
Wheel typeSwivel
Number of reclining positions2
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #349,053 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight19.9 pounds
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I have the previous model, which is very similar. If you're considering this stroller, please look at reviews for that stroller (the Fastfold) to get a good idea of this company and product.

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.
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We just got back from a trip to Italy with our 2 year old, and this stroller performed well for us. It folds side-to-side as well as front to back, almost like an umbrella stroller (although larger of course), so we were able to travel with it by train, place in on water Taxis in Venice, and make it more narrow for small passageways and tiny elevators. But it also has big wheels (in back) that made it possible to bump over the cobblestone streets, and go over the many curbs and steps of Rome, Florence, and stepped bridges of Venice. When we hit too rough a spot where the smaller front wheels got stuck, the stroller easily tips backwards, and can be rolled over steps and curbs, even pulled up and down bridges with the baby in it, sometimes asleep.

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.
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Was good while it lasted. The hood material started to disintegrate like powder after two years and the holes in the seat where the seat belt goes through tore.( Where you can adjust the height ). My child is 3 year old on the short and not even 30 pounds. I went to website. Says warranty not extended to any fabrics.. I bought stroller when he turned one. So after two years of use.. it became un-usable. Had to get a different one for my second child... don't buy it.
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