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Item # 1789590

Aprica Presto Flat Stroller - Jet Black

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  • 4-position recline goes from upright to flat for peaceful sleeping
  • Contoured padding provides newborn head and body support
  • Removable padded insert provides warmth and a comfy surface
  • Legrest folds up forming cozy bassinet for baby
  • Integrated infant car seat adapter accepts Graco or teutonia infant car seats

  • High seat position for easy lifting
  • High seat position allows leg room for growing babies
  • Built-in seat ventilation panel helps keep baby comfortable
  • Four-wheel suspension for a smooth ride
  • Foam-covered handles provide better grip
  • Canopy sun visor provides extra shade for baby
  • Cushioned 5-point harness with 3-level height adjustment

  • Newborn and toddler modes accomodate your growing child
  • Self-standing for easy handling & storage
  • Removable, washable seat cushion
  • Premium raincover included for babies’ protection
  • Roomy basket for all your essentials
  • Integrated carry strap keeps you moving
  • One-hand recline system eases transition

  • Carton: 11.75"W x 12"D x 41.75"H
  • Folded Dimensions: 11"W x 13.5"D x 41"H
  • Unfolded Dimensions: 19.25"W x 31"D x 44"H
  • Overall Height: 44.0"

  • Child weight rating: 70 lbs.
  • Stroller Weight: 15.8 lbs.
  • Ship Weight (single stroller): 20.2 lbs.
  • Ship Weight (master pack): 41.6 lbs.

  • Length (wheels front to back): 26.125"
  • Length (wheels left to right): 19.25"
  • Wheel Size Front: 5" x 1.187"
  • Wheel Size Rear: 5.5" x 1.25
  • Seat Back Length: 19"
  • Seat Bottom Length: 9.5"
  • Seat Height: 19.7"

Item # 1789590

    Built on the current Presto platform this product incorporates a mechanical, easy-to-use four-position recline system, extended usage from birth to 70 lbs., a cozy and nurturing newborn insert, and an innovative integrated infant car seat connection that allows you to lock in any Graco or teutonia infant car seat with no extra pieces or added cost.

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100% Recommend this product (11 of 11 responses)
By Jessica
Katy, TX
May 29, 2013
Great Stroller
This stroller is one of 5 that we own...we bought it for traveling through the airports and quick trips to the store. The canopy is quite large and generous. The seat reclines fully back and the basket can actually fit a decent amount of stuff. I've also hung a very full Jujube Be Prepared diaper bag from the handles and never had it tip backwards at all, with or without my little one in it. It's a very sturdy stroller and looks very nice compared to your basic umbrella ones. It folds compactly and quick too. Some people reviewed that it was tricky to close at first, but after a couple of times, I had it down pat. This can also accept an infant seat so when our #2 arrives this September, we will definitely be using it with our Chicco Keyfit.
By Tiffany
So California
April 25, 2013
Great stroller - wish it had cup holders
Really love this stroller and so does my 15 month old. Got this stroller for the weight and the tallness of it. Baby has Down syndrome and it will grow with her.
ProsTall and weigh that it goes to.
ConsStuff to unfold
By wei
April 22, 2013
high and good
chair is high
By Jennifer
Hudson Valley, NY
March 23, 2013
The best of both worlds
I got this because I didn't want to have to haul my huge City Elite out of the car every time I wanted to run into a store quickly. This bad boy has virtually all the functionality that I love from the City Elite (save the off-roading and running capabilities, obviously) and puts it into a package that is perfect for navigating small spaces between racks or tables in a restaurant. I've had it for about two months now, use it principally at the mall, big box stores, and in restaurants, and I love, love, love, love, love it.
ProsIt's high enough that my little one can sit in it and still be a part of the action at the table (meaning no high chair required). There's much wider sight lines out of it, so my little one can see more of what's going on around, which is a benefit over the City Elite - I just have to make sure I'm not clipping a leg or arm if I take a corner to closely. The sunshade is HUGE , has a "silent" peep window/vent (meaning you don't have to rip open a bunch of velcro to check on your sleeping baby) and does not have to be taken off to fold it. The front wheels have shocks and are lockable, the storage basket is a decent size, and it comes with a snuggly wee-one insert that is quite comfy, even for my nearly 10 month old. It stands on its own, so there's no laying it down on gross floors, and there's an attached carrying strap. There's a four position recline that goes all the way back, a five point harness that converts to a three-point for the bigger tots out there, and, for the particularly wee, the ability to convert the thing into a bassinet. I'm told it takes Graco infant buckets without a converter pack ( haven't tried this feature). Oh, and it comes with a rain cover. All for around 11 pounds. In short, this thing is pretty freaking awesome. So awesome, that after spending some time with me with it, two of my friends ran out and got them because they were sick of hauling their beefy strollers out for every little errand, only to get caught up (literally) in the isles.
ConsI have three pretty minimal points of possible improvement to note about this thing (they don't even really qualify as "complaints" or "dislikes," and none of them are deal breakers. The first is that the padding that goes around the harness piece that goes between the baby's legs is not attached and will easily slide off in the process of unloading. You should give it a quick stitch to stay on, keep an eye for it on the ground/in your car seat, or consign yourself to losing it. The second is that it's not the easiest thing to unfold or fold up initially - you definitely need two hands and some practice. When closing it, it helps to remember to lock the front wheels (it just makes it easier). I do, however, really like the handle-locking mechanism that it uses in the folding/unfolding process; it makes me feel like the whole thing is locked into place and it won't randomly fold up on my wee one. Lastly, for mall walking and other such pursuits, it's slightly annoying that it doesn't come with some sort of parent console thing to stash a drink, my phone, and other odds and ends that I may need to access quickly. Ten dollars for an after-market thingey fixed that pretty immediately. Like I said, all pretty minimal.
By Jen
Vancouver, BC
March 19, 2013
Aprica flat
This stroller is what we looking for! Great value and great quality. I was planning to buy peg perego Si as its lightweight for my Asia trip. And now I am very satisfied with my decision of getting Aprica instead. Much better value compare to PP @ $249 and now Aprica is only 99.99! ( only at Albeebaby:)) There is a minor thing that Aprica can do better. The canopy is not quite in shape (maybe coz of packaging).
By Christi
March 5, 2013
Great stability and maneuverability
I bought this stroller for my 60 lb 6 yr old...I know, a little much right?..Well, the thing is he has autism and when we go places like disneyland, the zoo, the swapmeet, or any place we're going to be walking for a while; he needs a place to sit comfortably, wait and play...It helps a ton. Back to the stroller, I love everything about it but if I could improve one thing it would be the leg rest, I'd allow it to extend further out as It sits too far back for A's feet to rest on it comfortably. I understand that this stroller was probably not designed for a tall, thin six year old but, it does carry up to 70 lbs. In short, It's a smooth ride and turns sharp corners with ease. Ihave used it with younger kiddos and it seems great for them too. I will continue recommending it to friends :)
ProsGreat maneuverability, stability, ample canopy.
ConsFoot rest is too small and too far back for comfortable foot positioning.
By Natasha
Brooklyn, Ny
March 1, 2013
This stroller was well worth it. Folds easily, lightweight, compact and even came with a bonus (rain cover) heavy duty..
ProsLight weight, compact easily close
By Jim Atkins
February 28, 2013
Good price,nice stroller,arrived fast !!
By Jenny
ROSEMEAD, California
February 23, 2013
My favorite stroller
I have a few strollers including Volo, quest, and xplory, this is by far the one I think that makes best trade off between price and features.
By Erika
Los Angeles, CA
December 17, 2012
Best stroller!
It's a great product and very easy to use and store!
By Dorae
Seattle wa
December 15, 2012
Functions ok, great price
I like the size and stability of this stroller. It is just super challenging to open and close in te beginning, maybe because of the plastic. My husband even had a hard time getting it open. But once it is, my son likes to ride in it and he seems comfortable. I
ProsSize, stability, storage.
ConsOpening/closing, no cup holder.

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