I really love this stroller, for me it's my car stroller. Great for shopping, the mall and other quick errands. It has all the features of a full size stroller, but folds umbrella style. Great recline, ample canopy with an extension to shade baby even further, decent sized basket, napper bar and the push is a DREAM! Everyone in my family from my 5' 1" daughter to my 6' oldest son love to push this without hunching over or kicking the wheels.
It doesn't have a completely flat recline so I wouldn't recommend this for a newborn, but we didn't start using it with my little one until he was over 3 months. The manufacturer does not allow for a car seat to be used in the stroller, but I "unofficially" used my Graco Safe Seat in it a few times for quick errands and it fit snugly inside the seat.
We have traveled with this stroller and it did exceptionally well, my only dislike is the way it locks closed. There are 2 straps on either side of the stroller that need to thread under the canopy and lock to the opposite side with a clip. Not the easiest thing to do with baby, carry on, and car seat all in hand at the end of the gangway.
Here in New England I'm not fond of it for outdoor use, but I really tend to prefer air tires for outdoor use and these are EVA. The cracks and ruts in the sidewalks, the salt and sand on the ground and the not so gentle conditions here just aren't great for small EVA tires. I did use it in the Carolinas though and loved it there. With the included rain cover and weather boot it did a great job keeping my little one dry, comfy and warm!
The fold of this stroller has a little learning curve, although I have heard there are a few different models that have some small differences when folded. For mine , you need to fold the belly bar down by pushing two read buttons on either side of the bar and rotating the bar down towards the front wheel. Then there are 2 gray triggers on the handles that you pull up on, this folds the stroller forwards in half, lastly pull up on the red handle on the back, which brings the rear two wheels closer together and gives you the umbrella style fold. To make the footprint smaller you can also pop the front wheel off with the push of a button, but I've rarely found I needed to do this.
All in all it's a great little stroller and if I didn't live in a rural area, or need to use it for older children's football games, cheering expos and other various adventures it could easily be an only stroller.
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