Rated 5 out of 5Â by wifeandmomoftwo Great Buy!
Iâm surprised there aren't more reviews on this stroller. It took my husband about 20 min to put everything together. I bought the red and itâs a true red color. The fabric is good quality and it comes with a separate bassinet, mosquito net, rain cover, 2 foot covers, diaper bag. The storage basket is really big and can hold my over-sized diaper bag and still has room for more items. This stroller truly is a great buy for everything that you get. I had a Chicco stroller that went with my car seat but my daughter hates being in the car seat and I also wanted a stroller that was rear facing. This stroller could have a smoother ride but there are air tires that you can buy separately. Overall I recommend this stroller because it is a great value.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by ArcherBaby Great investment! Baby & I both love it!
I just got this stroller in green. When I was looking to place an order I couldn't find any reviews on this stroller, so I figured I'd put this all here in case it helps anyone who is looking:)
Had a few problems when putting this together...first I couldn't figure out how to unfold the chassis because the instructions really weren't clear. It said to unlock the auto lock and it has this dumb b&w picture that's too dark to see what they're talking about. I was looking for a button or something, it's actually a small latch type thing down towards the foot of the chassis. Then I couldn't figure out how to unfold the handle bar (the buttons are on the inside of the handle bar and I just didn't notice them at first). Then, I thought the bassinet was defective because it wouldn't sit in the housing to latch onto the stroller. After some examination of the various parts I realized one of the screws wasn't fully screwed in, so that was a super easy fix. Then when attaching the lining to the bassinet it was a bit confusing because the directions weren't very clear. It didn't take too long to figure out, and all in all everything was fairly easy to put together. However, I do feel that their instructions could be more clear in some places and they could've had better photos for some of the steps.
Overall I'm really liking it so far. My cat thinks it's fantastic and has gone for a ride in the storage basket & explored the bassinet which I think he'd like to claim as his own :) The storage basket is nice and big and you can unzip the back end of it to allow it to expand to give you even more room. It also has 2 pockets at this zippered part which is a nice addition. However, I noticed that it looks bigger than it is underneath because once I put my diaper bag in there, there wasn't room for much else besides my water bottle. I guess I need to get some stroller hooks to hang the bag from to open up that space for other stuff. The bassinet also has side pockets and also has carry straps to more easily carry it around (without baby in it of course).
Even though this stroller is on the larger size it maneuvers really well. I've tried it on carpeting, grass, blacktop, concrete, loose rock gravel roads, and dirt & it pushes great on all of these surfaces. You can even push & turn it one handed. It turns very well & you can make very sharp turns fairly easily which is a huge plus! The break also seems very good & sturdy & it super easy to use. The handle bar is nice and cushiony & helps it to be comfy to push around. I'm also loving that with the canopy on & the wind cover on both the bassinet and the regular seat it fully covers the baby inside & will block sun, rain, wind, etc. My baby seems very happy to not have the sun right in her eyes anymore. Both canopies have peep holes to check on baby which is great.
It's also very nice that it comes with the rain cover and mosquito net. I haven't checked those out yet, so I can't tell you much about them. The diaper bag is a nice little bonus, but it's tiny and isn't good for much more than if you were just leaving your house for like an hour. It might be good to leave in the car with a diaper or 2, small pack of wipes & a burp cloth...I doubt much more would fit in it...maybe you could include a onsie as a clothes change in an emergency. It does have a small changing pad in it which is nice, but it is also small.
I love all of the features & that you can use it from newborn to toddlerhood easily. If you got the car seat attachment it's also very nice that you can use it with the infant car seat as well. I already have a snap & go stroller, so for me this attachment wasn't necessary. Surprisingly this stroller doesn't take up my whole trunk in my car (Honda Civic). I really thought it would since the Graco stroller I got as part of my car seat/stroller travel system combo does take up all of the room. This one doesn't because you can separate the seat from the chassis which actually helps it take up less room. This also makes it a lot lighter too when popping it in & out of the trunk. If u need even more room the back wheels easily pop on & off & this gives you a few extra inches of space in your trunk. Now if you were going to use the bassinet attachment this would be a whole different story. I haven't used it because I tried to put my LO in it at home & she didn't like it at all. She's a baby that likes to see her world & in the bassinet she can't see much of anything. Bummer there because part of the reason I bought this was because of this feature. Oh well, my cat loves his new bed ;)
I used this stroller when we went to the state fair & we were there for 8 hours. This allowed me to use it on the various terrains mentioned & I got to really see how she did in it & how well I liked it. It also allowed me to see maneuverability through big crowds & in tight spaces. It really did work great, though my biggest complaint was that this doesn't come with a parent console so I had to store my water bottle in the basket underneath. Not a huge deal, but got kind of annoying. It was a great practice run for next month when the big test will be when we take it to Disney World!
All in all I really do like this stroller & think my baby girl is very comfortable in it:) This is a pricey stroller, but I think it's well worth the cost since it works so well for us & my sweetie is comfy.
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