A huge disappointment; it hardly works.
We owned the City Mini previously, and its rain cover was infinitely better. The City Select Weather Shield is awful and hardly does its job. There are a number of problems we've had: 1. There is a single hook at the bottom to hook the cover onto the bottom of the seat. If the child extends their legs to stretch/kick, the sides of the rain cover open up and the 'feet' area of the seat then gets filled with all the water that runs down the rain shield. The foot area creates a pocket that fills up with water and the child's feet get soaking wet 2. There is a single snap at the top of the rain cover that attaches at the back, behind the seat. The snap isn't strong enough and frequently comes undone when going over bumps, or when the child decides to kick/push the rain cover. The rain cover can then easily fall off the front 3. The rain cover does not appear to attach to the seat at the back - it snaps to itself. ...although this seems like a horrible design, so I'm hoping I just haven't understood how the rain cover works :) Please let me know if I'm doing it incorrectly. The problem here is that when you get to your destination and unhook the bottom of the cover to take the child out, it's easy for the rain cover to fall off. It's not attached to the seat anymore, so the tiniest bit of wind will blow it off (likely into a big puddle on the ground). I'm incredibly disappointed with this stroller cover. It wasn't nearly as good as the City Mini stroller cover that we had previously. That one had two bottom snaps, a zipper, and loads of velcro that wrapped around the handlebars and down the back to keep it very securely fastened. It's hard to believe it's the same price as the City Select rain cover, which is almost useless by comparison.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.