The Coast Rider can be used as a stroller, scooter, or rider. It was a winner at the JPMA innovation awards, the National Parenting Center Holiday Seal of Approval, and is Disney approved. BYE BULK. The Coast Rider Stroller is lightweight and sturdy. It is easy to push because of its soft-ride wheels. Carry it with one hand and fold it inward. The Coast Rider Stroller has a variety of features. The Coast Rider Stroller Canopy can be used to protect your child from the elements. There are four exciting colors you can choose from. The Coast Rider has a 5-point safety harness. All of their strollers are built to the highest safety standards. The Coast Rider has dimensions of 28”Lx 14”Wx. 37.5”H Please follow all safety protocols while using this product, as additional weight on the handle could tip the stroller or baby could be entangled by a strap. Please follow all safety protocols while using this product, as additional weight on the handle could tip the stroller or baby could be entangled by a strap.
👤This stalker is dangerous. My review has gone from a 5-star review to a 1 star as my son cracked his head on concrete when he tipped over in the stroller and I had to take him to the ER. I think the reality of never being able to leave a single hand off a stroller is a little extreme and unsafe. There is a 45-50lb weight limit for my son. As he has gotten bigger the stroller has become more unstable and heavy under his weight, and I have seen reviewers say they use it for even bigger kids. It has been tipping over more recently. The weight limit is not right and there should be more weight in the bottom bars or tip guards to catch on the sides and back of the stroller. I will report the injury to the commission. We loved this product, but it became unsafe and unstable. It shouldn't have happened at all, but thank goodness that it did. Sometimes parents need to help another child. It's not realistic to make a product that a parent can't sit or stand next to their child without the product tipping over. Before purchasing this stroller, I would recommend carefully weighing the risks and situation. You can scroll for a 6 month update. If you are looking for a small footprint for zipping about and the occasional need for a stroller, this is the stroller for you. I have purchased a lot of strollers that claim to be that, and the one-handed maneuverability is 100% accurate. None have been that. It turned on a dime. It takes bumps easily. Is comfortable for the child. We live in a busy downtown area with narrow old shops and I used to only wear my child in a baby carrier because of the layout, but I don't have to anymore! The child can see all around. The child sits higher than the stroller. Pulls up to a table with ease. There are no more questionable public high chairs. Opens with one hand. The elastic strap or bungee cord could be used to secure it. The smallest folding stroller requires minimal trunk space. It fits under my seat. A small canvas bag can be placed and secured with a carabiner or bungee cord for those odd picnic lunches. I'm a really dexterous person and I'm not sure anyone could collapse it with one hand. I am not a first time parent and it is not that big of a con. I could see a first time parent needing that option. It is not rocket science, but it is a little frustrating until you get the hang of it. I am not sure if this would work for itty bitty babies, although I saw another reviewer claim their small infant did great in it. The five point harness is very strong. If you added more head support, it might work. I don't recommend hanging shopping bags, diaper bags, or anything substantial off of the handle, but jackets do hang well from the handle in a pinch. The wobble when a child is not in it might be concerning but once the child is in it this disappears. It needs to wiggle a bit for the mechanics of the turn. I tried tipping it over on the carpet, but my child was in it. I felt like my child was safe in it. He can either sit up or lay back as he chooses. This is not the stroller for you if you are going to carry a lot of stuff with you. If you are looking for a stroller that is easy to use and pack light, then this one is for you. I have had a couple of updates with this stroller, it has been six months. We still love this stroller, but I will never be able to fold it with one hand because of the tightness of the folding mechanism. I put my son in the car first. The only thing I have that is a con is that my son is now 2 30 lbs and he leaned over to touch something and the whole thing fell over. This is the second time it has happened. It becomes top heavy with a larger child in it so you can't leave them unattended. He did not hit his head. Since it is so light, you have to keep a hand or foot on it. We love it. I wish the wheels or base weighed more. My 6 year old has been able to ride on the front sometimes going up a hill. It has still maneuvered well. When the canopy came back in stock, we purchased a separate canopy. I like how it adjusts and can be used in other ways.
The frame is lightweight and has a large seat area, 5 point safety harness and 4 position recline. A lightweight stroller makes any outing a little easier. The Summer 3Dlite Convenience Stroller has a lightweight aluminum frame that weighs just 13 pounds and has a large seat area and anti-shock front wheels. A lightweight, compact stroller is a must for travel and everyday use. You can have an everyday and travel stroller with this one. The 4 position recline and 5 point safety harness keeps your little one safe and comfortable. The maximum weight of a toddler stroller is 50 pounds. The easy fold with carry strap and auto lock makes it easy to store this lightweight umbrella stroller and bring it with you. The canopy with flip out sun visor is perfect for sunny days. You won't have to leave anything at home with the extra storage in this stroller. It has a rear storage pocket and cup holder. The maximum weight of the storage basket is 10 pounds. You won't have to leave anything at home with the extra storage in this stroller. It has a rear storage pocket and cup holder. The maximum weight of the storage basket is 10 pounds.
👤I bought this stroller for our 3 year old on our trip to Disney World. It worked well. It's easy to fold and lightweight so it's convenient to take the bus from the resort to the parks. It was used in the airports and had it checked at the gate. I bought this stroller because it reclines to almost a full flat position, which allowed my daughter to nap in it a few times. The handles are at a great height. We had a small bag cooler with bottles of water in it, but the storage underneath was not large. I would have given it a 5 star rating, but the sunshade awning on it was warped by the heat on the first day, so I gave it a 4 star rating. It still works, but it looks a little weird. I was very happy with the purchase. We will be using it many more times.
👤All you need to do is put the wheels on it. The seat is light and sturdy at the same time, so it's good for small babies. Holds up to 55 lbs.
👤We had a bigger, bulkier stroller before this one, and after using it, our lives have been made easier. We brought this to the museum which was packed and we were able to move it around with ease. The stroller is so light that we were using it. We used to hate bringing our son out to places because we would have to drag his stroller along, but this stroller is so light that we don't mind bringing him out. The stroller is very travel friendly and easy to collapse.
👤It seems very solidly built for a light stroller, but I am not sure how durable it is. I refurbished my package and stroller and so far I love it. It's much better quality than what you get at Target or Walmart. It is slightly more expensive but not as expensive. If you need a refurbished model, you can often find it for $50, but I am not sure what the difference is between the newer one and the older one.
👤Just returned from a long weekend trip. Needed a single stroller. The stroller did not fail. It was lightweight, easy to fold and carry, and maneuvered well on cobblestone. It was perfect for what I needed for the weekend.
👤I've been using this stroller for almost two weeks and it's easy to maneuver around. I like the height of the stroller. The height is perfect for me, I am 5ft tall, but it's not as tall as the cheaper umbrella stroller from Target or Walmart. The only thing I don't like about this stroller is that it's hard to open and collapse. It's not an easy one hand stroller to open and collapse in, and it's not easy to hold a baby in the other hand.
👤We have not used this with our baby yet, but here's our first impression. The canopy doesn't have a window or vent to let you see your little one while pushing the stroller.
You can change the way you look at umbrella strollers. The Summer 3Dflip Convenience Stroller has a unique seat design that allows baby to face you when they are younger or more curious. The folded dimensions are 40.38 x 13 x 9.50 inches. Light weight Any outing can be made easier with a lightweight stroller. The Summer 3Dflip Baby Stroller has a lightweight frame and a large seat area, as well as anti-shock front wheels and toe tapping rear wheel locks. A lightweight, compact stroller is a must for travel and everyday use. You can have an everyday and travel stroller with this one. One-hand, 6-position recline keeps your child comfortable with a recline, infant head support, and 5 point safety harness. It's great for naptime strolls. The max weight is 25 pounds rear facing and 50 pounds forward facing. The umbrella stroller has an oversized canopy with a peek-a-boo window. The child's head should be centered between the sides. Also includes a side storage pocket. The umbrella stroller has an oversized canopy with a peek-a-boo window. The child's head should be centered between the sides. Also includes a side storage pocket.
👤I love this stroller. We wanted an umbrella stroller for the ease of transportation, but didn't think there was anything available for infants with how much support they need. 3D flip! It takes a bit of practice to open and close it, but I'm able to carry my daughter down our apartment stairs without too much stress. It glides and maneuvers nicely and is a perfect marriage between a stroller and a compact one. There was a storage basket under the seat. I was able to keep my DSLR bulky without any issues. The sunshade serves its purpose. I like the fact that it has a window which is nice when we want to put the shade down but still want access to check on our little one. I bought an infant insert and found it helpful. It helps the baby keep her snug. When our daughter was a month old, we started using this and she continues to fall asleep when we use it. We plan to use this in her toddler years. I still love this stroller nearly a year later. We travel a lot and there is no way that we would ever be able to carry all of our stuff with a stroller. I prefer the jogging stroller I have because it's more convenient. Since our little one has been able to sit on her own, we haven't had her face us. If we're in a large crowd or just want to look at her face, I like having that option. I still stand by my original review.
👤This was purchased for a trip to Germany. Our baby was 10 months old. We use it when our stroller is too large for the environment. It's light for the airport and can be reclined or flipped from rear to back. The basket is hard to access, and the canopy in the front facing position doesn't cover enough babies. My husband carried a folded stroller on the way to the castle. I carried the baby until we got to the top of the stairs. We walked around the castle grounds using a stroller and baby in a carrier.
👤It was worth the money. My baby girl likes it. Sometimes I put her in the kitchen to see me cook. It's easy to change. I'm going to travel with my daughter alone and this would be very helpful.
👤This stroller is gorgeous! I have tried all of them. It has all the features you need in a stroller, but in the footprint of a regular umbrella stroller. The huge jogging strollers are cumbersome and are in style. I will be the first to admit that there is no jogging going on here. The stroller is a perfect fit. Would purchase again.
👤When I first got this stroller, I loved it. It was great! I used it occasionally in the winter. I went to use it a few weeks ago and one of the metal poles snapped in half. What would have caused this? Since I own it over a year, it won't be replaced during the summer. The baby was 11 months old when it broke. I'm glad it broke when my baby wasn't in it. The pole could have hurt him.
This lightweight stroller is easy to use for new or experienced parents. The baby stroller will fold in just seconds if you press the fold button. This newborn stroller has been tested to endure 100k different tests and complies with the standard of the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM F833), thus creating a safe and sound riding experience for your baby. The four wheels of the umbrella stroller have oilless bearings and shock-absorbing EVA material. The lightweight stroller is able to roll on cobble-paved roads. The foldable stroller is easy to maneuver with the universal wheels. The portable stroller seat pad is made of premium fabric that is skin-friendly yet waterproof, with a full-size canopy that is waterproof and UV- resistant. The seat has a seatback that can be adjusted to recline from 114 to 156, and a foot support that can be adjusted to give your child a comfortable ride. The lightweight stroller is small enough to be carried on a plane with a dimensions of 56 inches after being folded. An airplane stroller has a carry bag that is convenient for travel. The lightweight stroller is small enough to be carried on a plane with a dimensions of 56 inches after being folded. An airplane stroller has a carry bag that is convenient for travel.
👤My friend is going to have a baby. I am so excited for her! I wanted to get her a stroller that would show her style and she would be excited for it. This stroller is gorgeous and I would love to have it for her. It has one hand gravity fold so it will be easy to open and put away. It has a large cup holder in the back for her drinks and a gorgeous canopy to keep the sun out of the baby's eyes as they go for a stroll! If you need it, the canopy can be pushed back. The canopy is waterproof and won't be damaged if it rains. The wheels are shock absorbing. The stroller will not wake the sleeping baby. There are multiple recline positions as well. It has a cushiony seat for the baby and a comfortable foot rest. The strap is very sturdy. The under carriage is big and can hold a lot of things. She will love it and it is an amazing gift.
👤The stroller is great for travel. It is easy to put together and break down when not used. It comes with a cup holder, a bottom storage basket, a wide coverage sun roof with a flap and mesh window, and a back storage pocket. It comes with a nice storage bag and easy to follow pamphlet, making it convenient to take with you on trips or purchase for caretakers and relatives. It's nice as well. The designer has found a way to combine the old fashioned baby carriage appeal with a more convenient, versatile and modernistic approach. I think it's a great purchase.
👤The leather finish on the handle is nice, the seat is comfortable, and the fabric is easy to clean. It folds up and opens. I put it in my car trunk because it doesn't take up much space. It is lightweight. My little man is in the other hand so it is easy to carry him to the car with one hand. You can adjust the recline angle and straps for your child. The wheels are so easy to maneuver that they will turn on a dime. It's very useful and I like it.
👤I have three kids - five year old, 2.5 year old and 6 month old. I think this would work for them. It was easy to put this together. You just need to add the wheels and the safety bar. Very easy. My two year old climbed in. She had enough room to get comfortable. I was able to navigate around my house. It has great flexibility. This looks very fancy and upscale.
👤This stroller is my new favorite stroller. My kid is growing faster than the stroller and car seat combo we bought. The stroller takes up 1/2 of our trunk storage and limits us while we are out. The Volkswagen ID.4 is a small car. This was easy to set up compared to the Graco. The leather feels like a steering wheel. The cloth is thick and water resistant. The fact that it only takes up a small portion of my trunk space is my favorite thing about this. This is the go to for us after we passed our Graco to someone else. The magnetic flaps allow you to store stuff in the back. They have a nice snap. He seems very comfortable in this and I would recommend it to you on your baby registry. This is a compact, well built and luxurious building that has nice little amenities.
To keep kids cool, the padded seat rolls up to expose mesh back and create a comfy headrest, it's Disney size requirements and it's extendable with a sun visor. Parent features must be present. Extra long foam handles hold the storage basket and cup holder. Light weight for travel. The umbrella is lightweight and sturdy. The JPMA is certified to meet or exceed all safety standards set by and the harness is safe for children up to 40 pounds. The dimensions are 31 5 by 42 by 18 1 and have a depth of 18. The dimensions are 31 5 by 42 by 18 1 and have a depth of 18.
👤I think the stroller is great. It folds well. The handle bars are taller. The stroller is great for traveling. It's easy to put together. I took some photos of it and compared it to another umbrella stroller.
👤It worked out well because I got this on sale for 30 dollars and I was able to take a trip. It was easy to use public transportation. I was able to fold it up so I could get on and off buses and up and down stairs with my toddler. My daughter is almost three years old. She found it very comfortable and even napped in it. The storage is the main negative. I didn't mind that the basket is small because I needed to fold it up often and wouldn't have used any baskets. The bag on the back wasn't practical for me because it didn't have a shoulder strap to carry it while the stroller is parked. I used a backpack. The first time we used it, the wheels were very dirty, but it was easy to fix with WD-40. I took this up giant hills, onto beaches, through ruins, on hiking paths, and more and was very impressed with it's sturdiness for a lightweight stroller. The only thing that stopped us was sand or gravel.
👤A great stroller. It doesn't look cheap. We use it for a tall child. He's comfortable in it. It doesn't recline, I know other umbrella strollers do. My toddler's head falls forward when he falls asleep.
👤This is a cheaper alternative to the big bulky Graco Aire3. I'm happy with the purchase. It's lightweight but also sturdy, folds easily, and my 20-month old seems comfortable. It did the job well when we traveled through the airport with a child. The handle bars are tall so that my husband and I don't have to stoop to push it, like some other strollers. It comes with a cup holder and a storage bag so that I can carry my mom essentials. There are criticisms. It could do better. When I go to turn, the stroller is not as responsive as I would hope, and it takes the wheels an extra beat to catch up. The sun visor is larger than most umbrella strollers, but the hinges on the arms don't stay in place, and that's a factor in why I purchased it. It was necessary to get the wheels on this thing. It's likely that they will never come off. It was a good purchase, especially for the price.
👤We went to New York City with my 11 month old in this stroller. It folds up small to get into small NYC restaurants. I was expecting a smaller undercarriage, but it was bigger than I expected. It is tall enough for my husband to push. Sturdy enough to hold a bag. The sun shade is larger than most umbrella strollers. We use it a lot on walks to restaurants around our neighborhood, because we live a walking lifestyle in Boston. I did not intend for this umbrella stroller to be used to replace my city mini. It is convenient to have a smaller stroller. I am getting a noisy wheel. I think it will be helped by the WD40! You can't push it with one hand. My fault was that the cup holder fell off when it was loaded onto the plane.
Light weight The lightweight design is perfect for traveling and day trips. The assembled dimensions are 18.6 x 29.9 x 41.7 inches. The extended canopy is for maximum UV protection. You can easily keep an eye on your baby with a peek-a-boo window. One-hand folding is easy. It's perfect for car travel and vacations. All-terrain wheels and front suspension make for a smooth ride. The seat is moving. Child up to 50 pounds and 40 inches tall can be accommodated in the reclining seat. The seat does not recline completely. The floor to seat distance is 14.5. There is a room for storage. A large storage basket holds all baby's necessities. There is a child tray with a dual cup and juice box holder and a parent tray with two water bottle holders. There is a room for storage. A large storage basket holds all baby's necessities. There is a child tray with a dual cup and juice box holder and a parent tray with two water bottle holders.
👤The product is brilliant. Enjoy it. The pros are 1. The stroller is sturdy for the price. 2. It's incredibly light. 3. It was very easy to assemble 4. The wheels work well. The stroller is moving well. 5. The baby has a nice cup-holder. 6. The bottom has a lot of storage space. It is very comfortable when we go for walks with our keys and phones. 7. There is a see-through sheet on the visor. My baby loves looking at me when I laugh. She can see me when I'm in the stroller. The cons are 1. "One Hand Fold" is not completely true. I need to push the front against the wall while turning the knob on the handle to fold it. We need to suck the folded part in for it to lock in place. It keeps popping back out. 2. The cup holder by the handle is odd. The visor can get in the way of the cup holder if it isn't out. If you pull the visor back and put a cup in it, it knocks your drink off. It is not that big of a deal. 3. The breaks are difficult to apply. It is not easy to lock. If you wear flipflops, you may break your toe trying to take a break. 4. The shoulder strap is not normal. My 1 year old can pull it out of her hand. She can pull herself out of the shoulder straps in a second if we put them on. If you are looking for a stroller that is easy to carry and can handle a bit of walking off roads, definitely go for it. This is a sturdy product and the cons are more related to comfort than function.
👤I was looking for a small lightweight stroller that was not as small as an umbrella stroller. This thing is amazing. My 2.5 year old loves it! He doesn't fight me to sit in it. He likes having a tray for his rocks. It's a good thing! If I had to pick one thing I don't like about this stroller, it would be that the seat doesn't recline as much as I would like, but that's a small price to pay for the awesomeness that is this cadillac of lightweight strollers! The seat is upright if you want it to, the child and parent trays are great for taking a drink or snack, and the basket below the seat is great for storing food. I wouldn't recommend putting anything small there or it will fall out, the easy assembly was amazing, and I didn't have to look at the instructions to put it together, it was so nice to pull it out of the box. I will not go on INRDeals I highly recommend it! My 40lb tall son is 2.5 years old and sitting in a stroller.
A lightweight stroller makes any outing a little easier. The Summer 3Dlite Convenience Stroller has a lightweight aluminum frame that weighs just 13 pounds and has a large seat area and anti-shock front wheels. A lightweight, compact stroller is a must for travel and everyday use. You can have an everyday and travel stroller with this one. The 4 position recline and 5 point safety harness keeps your little one safe and comfortable. The maximum weight of a toddler stroller is 50 pounds. The easy fold with carry strap and auto lock makes it easy to store this lightweight umbrella stroller and bring it with you. The canopy with flip out sun visor is perfect for sunny days. You won't have to leave anything at home with the extra storage in this stroller. It has a rear storage pocket and cup holder. The maximum weight of the storage basket is 10 pounds. You won't have to leave anything at home with the extra storage in this stroller. It has a rear storage pocket and cup holder. The maximum weight of the storage basket is 10 pounds.
👤I added mine to show what this looks like next to a Cosco umbrella stroller because there are no photos of this stroller in its collapsed form. A cheap umbrella will weigh around 6-7 lbs, but this one is 12 lbs bigger. The heavy duty graco jogger strollers are around 20 lbs or more. I recommend this one over the cheap umbrella strollers for the following reasons. The Cosco stroller lasted me less than a month, but it was flimsy. One of the legs of the strollers became bent upon hitting something when the fabric began tearing from the sides. The stroller seems very strong in its frame and seat fabric. 2. While the cheap umbrella strollers only offer a certain degree of comfort to your baby, the seat on this one reclines to a sleeping position and seems comfier for longer trips. 3. This one has a small bin under it, a cup holder, and a flap behind it where you can store things like your phone or keys which the small cheap ones don't. The sun visor is larger than the smaller ones. 4. The cheap strollers are small and hard for taller parents to maneuver, since the handles are low. The Cosco is 5'3" and I had trouble with it. The handlebars on this one are well-suited for taller parents. 5. The mechanism for collapsing and unfolding is very handy. It is doable with one hand and auto locks. My Cosco required a bit more physical effort to collapse because the cheap ones don't usually auto lock. I took off one star because the stroller is still low to the ground and my child's feet are already touching the footrest, which makes me think that they have some issues with their knees. I don't know how long it will last for us.
👤The stroller is larger and taller than the basic umbrella strollers. There is a huge storage area underneath. To see how it compares to our basic umbrella stroller, view my picture. I bought an open box special and it had no damage. Woo hoo.
👤I decided on this stroller after reading a lot of reviews. Not big but not small. I went back and forth between the two. I decided on this one because of the reviews of the mini. The pros and cons of a traditional umbrella stroller are similar. It was easy to put together. Adding the tires and sun visor clicked together. It opens and closes with your foot. Inside the box, there are quick close instructions. It's a smooth ride because the wheels steer great. I was steering it with one hand. The carry strap is great. It's changeable. The material is pretty durable. My toddler's arms are wide enough for him to have a good grasp on them. Handle bars are padded. The grip is comfortable. There is a small storage basket. The cup holder can be used on upper or lower levels. The sun visor and -5 point harness come apart at one button. He's able to step on and climb into the stroller himself because of the small storage pocket on the back. The bottom basket can't be accessed with the seat reclined. The cup holder is small. Only fits a standard bottle of water. The back of the seat is not very tall. My child is 19 months old. His head is at the very top when reclined. If I need to lay him down, his head will be hanging over. The strap between the legs is too wide and located in the middle of the seat. He is sitting on it and it looks uncomfortable in between his legs. The 5 point harness has to be loosened. Terrible feature! The price is high for the value. If I wasn't on a time constraint, I would send this back. It's a decent stroller. I wouldn't buy it again. The back of the seat needs to be higher than the bottom strap. He's going to grow up quickly.
The ultra-compact and collapsible design of the travel stroller will fit in most overhead compartments on planes and trains, eliminating the need to check your baby stroller while travelling. The umbrella stroller is lightweight and makes one-handed pushing and steering easy. It can be carried easily via the attached handle. The Pockit+ is designed to roll with the punches. wiggly bodies are safe and happy during their travels because of its flexible construction. The Reclining Seat Back and the UPF50+ sun canopy give your little one total comfort while taking a stroller snooze. The canopy keeps the sun's rays at bay, and the seat reclines to a baby lounger. The Agile front has wheels. The lightweight stroller has helpful front wheels that make it easy to navigate busy streets and turn corners. Simply switch the wheel lock for increased stability. The Agile front has wheels. The lightweight stroller has helpful front wheels that make it easy to navigate busy streets and turn corners. Simply switch the wheel lock for increased stability.
👤I bought this stroller for Disneyland since it was a nightmare to get a huge stroller in and out of the park and my kid wanted to walk around. I bought backpack straps and carabiners to attach to the stroller and wear it as a backpack, so I can be hands free while not using it, and my invention work like a charm, I used below FolaI.
👤I almost missed this stroller. I searched for "the best travel strollers" for our upcoming trip to Switzerland with our 4 year old son, but none of them mentioned this one. I looked at all the options. I thought about just letting him walk the whole time, but I felt like I could regret it given how much walking is done in europe. Our son is four years old. He's not old anymore. Finding a small stroller for this trip was difficult because we never use a stroller at home. He wasn't sitting with his arms crossed and shoulders folded in to his chin because it had to be big. It had to be the least hassle possible in case we didn't need it. I thought about a compact, lightweight fold-up wagon, because it would be quicker for him to go on hikes. The one I could find was over 25 lbs. When my kids were small, I used my old woven wrap. I was never a big baby-wearer when they were small. Why was I thinking that I could use a wrap to hold this 33 lbs boy on my hip or back every time he whined and cried to be held? Can you imagine the hassle of tying him in, then having to let him out, then having to tie him in again when he changed his mind? Yes. No thanks. I was going to give up and just hope that he'd do okay walking the whole time, but then I found a gorgeous invention called the "Ms. UMbria StROLLER", and I was happy to find it. I thought after watching the video. It's a word. This is it. If he fits in this thing, and it's not too short for me to push, this will solve all of our problems. I ordered it and it came in. It took about 10 minutes to set it up and folding it back down, but our 4 year old is perfectly comfortable and is the 95th percentile. The steering is good. Who cares if it doesn't have any massive all-terrain wheels? It will be perfect for sight seeing in cities, and going through customs, and we ordered a strap so we don't have to put it in a bag. One of the biggest challenges of traveling with a toddler has been solved. Thank you, GB! You rock.
👤I have two children, a son and daughter. Since there were a few adults going on the trip, I bought two of these strollers, but I couldn't take my double stroller with me. I am not a big fan of traveling. I don't carry a coffee machine, a parachute, or 3 meals in my carry-on. I like to have the basics so that I can travel easily. It doesn't seem possible, but I made it happen and this stroller was part of the success. This stroller is small, thin, and light. This is a great item for traveling. I took it on the plane as a carry-on because it folds to the perfect size. It slides under the seat. It was literally. Right underneath. I opened two strollers and strapped my kids in to walk through the air port after my husband and I disembarked from the plane. This was gold. I didn't have to worry about my kids running a muck because I was able to get us through immigration and customs with my kids strapped down. The moms came up to me and asked where I got the stroller. They were impressed by the size and the fact that it folded. I read through the comments before buying this stroller. I wanted to hear what people had to say about the stroller. The comments about the stroller not being sturdy are true. I have experienced this before. It's a travel stroller. It's not built with sturdiness in mind and I'm sorry, but if you expect something that weighs 9 lbs and folds up like a piece of paper, then you're delusional. The stroller was amazing. The stroller did it's job when we went for walks all over the place. When we go to Mexico in October, this stroller will be by our side, because I had this stroller on my trip. I want to point out that a lot of people are asking if it comes with a bag or with straps. It doesn't have a bag or straps. I fastened the straps to the handles so I could carry the stroller over my arm after I bought my own. If it was in a bag, you would need to take it out of the bag and do something with the bag when the stroller wasn't in it. Leave a strap on the handles if you buy it.
The biggest wheels of any stroller on the market are easy to push. One-handed folding is easy. The included tray has folds. A wider seat and more headroom are available. There is a 3-position footrest. The seat fabric is machine-washable. There is a mesh cup holder and a pocket for drinks. There is a large lower storage space with a capacity of 15 lbs. The extra-large canopy has a water repellant that protects against the sun's harmful rays. There is a peek-a-boo window. The extra-large canopy has a water repellant that protects against the sun's harmful rays. There is a peek-a-boo window.
👤I wish someone would have written a review for me when I first purchased strollers. You're going to need three strollers. It's good to go if you invest $500 in strollers. You'll get what you pay for if you don't. Try a bunch of mid-priced strollers, but don't end up with what you want. An infant seat carrier that is lightweight and easy to fold apart and back together is the first stroller you'll need. I can't imagine what I would have done if I had a Baby Trend car seat carrier. You're going to spend a lot of time carrying that baby carrier. You need something that will allow you to toss that heavy seat in and run. It was well worth the investment, I used it a lot. I tried other combinations of infant carrier and carseat, such as the Modes 3 lite DLX Stroller, Includes Reversible Seat, and Evenflo Urbini. The Reversi lightweight stroller turned out to be a huge waste of money. The wheels are still plastic, and the Graco reversible only works with their propriety travel system car seat. No matter how tempting it may seem, don't settle for a regular sized plastic wheeled stroller. The Evenflo was a waste of money. Being able to flip the baby forward and backward does not matter at all. You need a lightweight and portable universal infant carrier. I only used that for the first six months of my daughter's life because she was so small. A good jogging stroller is the next stroller you need. I like my JOOVY. You can get a carseat accessory for it. It has big wheels for walking off the weight, but it is still light and compact. I would get the original ZOOM for sure, but I would get the Joovy's version of the Ultralight Jogging Stroller, Large Canopy, lightweight Jogger, Extra Large Air Filled Tires. It's worth it to get the rain cover. It is worse to walk with the sun in your child's eyes than it is to walk alone. You're still going to need something more compact than a jogging stroller. Don't get a regular sized stroller for the trick. That is a huge waste of money. You already have a jogging stroller. The two should do the trick when they are less than six months old. You will need to replace the infant seat carrier with an umbrella stroller once they are a little older. I tried the Cosco umbrella stroller. Another huge waste of money. My daughter fell out of it at the airport. I took her back through security, instead of leaving it at my destination. Every parent thinks they need a regular stroller, but what you actually need is a stroller for your trunk. The jogging stroller can live in the garage when you want to walk or run. You used to keep your baby carrier in your car, but now you need a second stroller. It needs a five point harness and a canopy. The canopy is worthless, that's my biggest complaint. It makes a difference. You need it to be small. A small stroller is needed for the purpose of carrying a baby. You'll pay a lot of money for a regular stroller, and it will sit in your garage unused. Either you will use your jogging stroller to power walk or you will need something for the run. That's all. I highly recommend the Joovy Kooper Stroller. It's an alternative to a regular stroller. I push the button to unfold it and it fits in my small car. It folds back up. The trifold takes up less space than an umbrella stroller. It glides through the aisles. Trying to push a stroller in a store is the worst thing that can happen. This is the solution. It is more than an umbrella stroller, but more helpful than a normal stroller. You don't need a stroller to turn your baby around. There is a place for a snack, a cup, a water bottle, and some shopping items below the cart. Even though they are plastic, the wheels are big enough to run in and out of stores. You'll use your jogging stroller for rough roads. It's just a matter of getting you in and out of the coffee shop without someone helping you hold the door. You have it! I wish someone had written a review for me specifically when I was trying to find a perfect stroller.
A lightweight stroller makes any outing a little easier. The Summer 3Dmini Convenience Stroller has an aluminum frame that weighs 11 pounds and has a full-sized seat, anti-shock front wheels and lockable rear wheels. A lightweight, compact stroller is a must for travel and everyday use. It is mighty for long-term use and offers both an everyday and travel stroller option. A multi-position recline, padded seat back, and 5 point safety harness keep your little one comfortable. It is perfect for nap time strolls and edge-of-the-seat travels. The stroller's maximum weight is 45 pounds. The compact fold makes it easy to store this lightweight umbrella stroller and bring it with you on the go. It has a flip out sun visor that is great for sunny days. You won't have to leave anything at home with the extra storage in this stroller. It has a storage basket, rear storage pocket and two cup holders. You won't have to leave anything at home with the extra storage in this stroller. It has a storage basket, rear storage pocket and two cup holders.
👤I purchased this stroller to use in major airports and I am very pleased with its design and performance. If you are traveling alone with a child, I highly recommend it. I needed a stroller that was lightweight, maneuverable with one hand, and easily collapses, so I got the Summer 3D mini. The stroller is small and comfortable for my child. The handles are at a good height and angle to prevent wrist fatigue. I am not always kicking it. I am able to pull my suitcase behind me and be self sufficient from the curb because I can push it with one hand. You need to reach down and use your hand to disengage the safety mechanism to fold the stroller, however it automatically locks into the folded position and unfolds with one hand. It has a 5 point harness with padding that is easy to operate for an adult, and additional shoulder straps so the kid can't reach forward and pull the stroller over. Even in the rain, the double wheels are perfect for maneuvering on any surface. It comes with minimal under seat storage. The double drink holder has a compartment that can hold more than one drink. The sunshade can pop off if the baggage handler is rough with it. It's long enough to be useful at sunset. The seat reclines slightly to keep a sleeping child safe. The front wheels weren't moving properly, but that is a happy problem. The front and back wheels have a way to lock each wheel in place so you don't roll downhill. The front pair have a switch that locks them when the stroller is folded, but it is a small annoyance since they do not have to deal with airport staff. I like it because it helps me streamline my boarding process for a less stress-inducing traveling experience, and I hate being stuck in airport security. I have flown with this stroller multiple times and both I and my child like it so much that I now use it for walks and shopping trips. The 3D mini is durable, worth the money, and has all the features.
👤I ordered the Summer 3D stroller. The Summer and the Graco have different opinions. Since we are average height, we don't need taller handles from Graco. The storage bin is larger on the Graco due to thefolding mechanism. I prefer the larger handles provided by the Graco when folding and unfolding. The stroller is not as compact as it could be because the stroller is closed. I think the carrying handle is mounted onto the side bar. The seat is not suitable for a baby under 6 months. The Summer stroller allows for more variations in the straps. The strollers reclined. The over shoulder straps don't stay attached to the waist straps when unbuckled. This makes for 2 issues. 1. Every time you unbuckle, the strap comfort pads slide off. Every time you want to put the child up, you have to put these back on. The Summer stroller has shoulder straps that clip onto the waist straps. Only when you choose, can they be removed. I preferred the plastic cup holder from Graco over the summer. The Summer cup holder is not easy to clean. The Summer stroller cup holder has a pouch for accessories, which is a plus. The Summer stroller does not have a lap bar, but the Graco does. Both seemed easy to push. The bigger wheels on the Graco make it easier to push through dirt and rocks. The Summer lite stroller is smaller and lighter. My husband preferred the features of the Summer lite stroller over the features of the Graco stroller. We gave the Graco to my sister and brother-in-law because we thought they would like it more.
An instant folding of SATISFACTION: The Otto folds on its own, making it easy to use. An instant folding of SATISFACTION: The Otto folds on its own, making it easy to use.
👤I needed a replacement stroller for my last one that broke and this one was close to it. I like the stroller but I don't like how low the child sits and how high the handle bars are since I'm only 5'3" The last stroller was comfortable at my waist. I took two stars for the seat for the child and the footrest. The footrest is flimsy and does not hold much weight. The biggest con to this stroller is how the seat in its most upright position is still too reclined for my child and requires me to provide extra support so she sits upward more comfortably. I wonder if my straps are broken on the stroller because I am able to push the seat forward even though I am unable to tighten the straps. The stroller is fine. The straps on this stroller are terrible. The terrain that the wheels do not do well on is not smooth. I wouldn't recommend this product to others. I would like to return it.
👤I used this stroller as a step up from my Besrey one step fold infant stroller. It is bigger and heavier so it wasn't too bad. It was perfect to travel on land. The wheels were tight and squeaky, but that was the only catch for me. There is no way to fix the problem that persisted when I tried usingWD40 The pros outweigh the cons. The color and material are good, easy to fold and unfold, and can be done with one hand, and there is good basket space, leg space can move up or down. The front wheels are not as fluid in movement as past strollers, and they are not as good at squeaking.
👤The wheels are not strong. After a few uses, the strollers wheels came off. The stroller should be more durable because we live in a flat area. We only used it once a week after having it for a month. We wanted something that was easy and light for walking. Really disappointed...
👤It doesn't cost 400 dollars, but I'm not impressed at all. The stroller looks good, but it's not what you'd expect. Even though my carriage weighs twice as much, it's harder to push it. I can't get the stroller to be in a normal sitting position because of the difficulties of maneuvering it. The highest it will go is in a reclining position, which is not great for a 2 year old. Will be back.
👤It folds quickly! Good quality stroller.
👤The stroller is easy to fold, but I am only 5'1" and the handlebar is too high.
👤On our vacation, this stroller came with us. It was small and light. The stroller is the best. I love it!
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