Not Too Shabby
May 7, 2013
I've been using this stroller for a few months now so I feel like I can give it a pretty solid review! I like this stroller, quite a bit, but I don't love it. The things I do not love about it: the reclining mechanism feels cheap and doesn't click into place very well. Takes a few (too many) attempts. One side will click into place but not often both simultaneously. I also do not care for the fact that taking the frame down can be a chore. Again it can take a few (too many) attempts. I also thought that the seat lays flat to create a bassinet type environment for baby, mine does not. Last gripe, when seat is in full recline, the sun canopy is virtually worthless, even fully expanded.
Now onto the things that I do love about this stroller: it's lightweight and extremely nimble for a full size stroller. Turning is a breeze! I also like that the seat can be forward or rear facing. The seat is also roomy. When the seat is in upright position the sun canopy is fantastic. The multi-angle handlebar is pretty useful and the leatherette is an unexpected luxury. The basket is very spacious. It looks deceiving, looks rather small but you can really load it up! And let's face it, this stroller LOOKS fantastic. I like the clean, modern lines along with the black seat and frame. It certainly stands out from the masses and I have gotten a lot of inquiries and compliments about it.
Overall, even though there are things about it I would like to see improve in future models, I would highly recommend it. The pros outweigh the cons!
Pros:Nimble, lightweight for full size stroller, spacious basket, attractive.
Cons:Cheap seat reclining mechanism, frame take down mchanism sticks, sun canopy does not provide shade when seat is in full recline.
Best Uses:Long walks, shopping trips.