March 7, 2014
So it was just a little bit heavier then I was expecting, and a bit stiff to fold and lock. Okay that's it for my negatives. It pushes like a dream the hubby isn't embarrassed by it. I don't strain my back, or legs to turn it and the kids get a nice safe ride in the stroller. It handles bumps and doorways and life wonderfully well. I would highly recommend it. I have 3 other strollers (yes I said 3) and this is my new favorite. Both kids are happy, both kids can sleep in it and I can't say enough about it. You can go through standard doorways but you still have to be away of little fingers and or hands hanging out the sides to not catch them on the way through. My 2 year old nephew liked the stroller so much that he wouldn't get out of it until he got to go for a walk. So it has the approval of not only mom & dad but our 1 year old, our 2 year old and the 2 year old nephew.
Pros:Will comfortably seat 2 kids and a 3rd can stand on the skate board on the back if needed. If you live in a rainy area invest in the rain cover you won't be sorry. I put that in the Pros because in the NW it rains all the time and the cover allows us to go for walks regardless of rain, or shine and the kids stay dry.
Cons:It is a tad heavy. Not overwhelming but lets be honest this is NOT a light weight kind of stroller. It is a bit stiff to lock/latch closed when folded. I like to make sure that the stroller is locked before I put it in the car so that it doesn't open up on me when I take it out. That's it two not really daunting cons. Lets just say that these two should NOT stop you from investing in this stroller.
Best Uses:Taking 2 or 3 kids for a walk over any kind of terrain. Now I wouldn't do sand, but it seems to do great with gravel, bumps, sidewalks, streets (crossing) and cobblestone.