This stroller has a very compact/ tight fold, and is AMAZING to fold and unfold. Can definitely do it with one hand and it can stand on its own when folded. Very light and easy to get in and out of the car. It is great for travel.
It reclines in multiple positions (low enough for a sleeping baby), but maybe not COMPLETELY flat.
It only weighs 10lbs!! Feels like an umbrella stroller, but so many more features.
While I have used it outside on sidewalks and streets, it's definitely better indoors. Definitely NOT an "off-roading" type of stroller:) Can function on flat paths though.
I can push it and steer with one hand if I have to, but the push/steering is definitely not its strong suit. I use this stroller more than any of my expensive stroller b/c of it's ease, weight, and versatility, but it definitely does not compare in steering capabilities to my Teutonia or BOB duallie.
It is very user friendly and as mentioned before, SO easy to fold and unfold. The recline is done with straps, but is very easy to do, and I found to be much easier than my Red Castle Whizz (although a tad tricky with just one hand). It has the Peg "floating harness" which took a little getting used to, but now I really like it.
I love the huge basket and the child snack tray. The canopy is actually really good too. I have the "Completo" version which came with a cute footmuff.
I really like that it came with the hook-on drink holder, but wish it had one built-in (when installed it can stick out and get in the way, and it's easy to lose--it also doesn't hold a very large drink).
Would absolutely recommend it and buy it again. Hands-down the stroller I've gotten the most use out of and have hung onto the longest. Not a "luxury" stroller and b/c of it's weight may feel a little cheap (plastic frame) when you're used to more heavy duty strollers, but perfect for lugging around on airplanes, getting in and out of the car, shopping, etc.
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