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Item # 1789831

Aprica Presto Flat Stroller - Premiere Red

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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 # 1789831

    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 (9 of 9 responses)
By Chase
April 11, 2013
Great Blend of features, wheels/suspension not great.
Best bang for the buck intermediate stroller... Not quite a travel system/neighborhood stroller, but not small enough to really be an umbrella either. great strolller and design, though. WELL worht the 99$.
Prosfeatures, appearance, construction quality.
Conswheels, suspension
February 26, 2013
Definitely worth it
We ordered the aprica presto flat stroller (in black) and I put it together today. Haven't had the baby just yet, so I can't vouch for that part of it, but unoccupied, I noticed the following PRO's Easy assembly (I did it by myself, tomorrow's my due date) Lightweight...I carried it up a flight of stairs quite easily Reclines almost flat for a newborn and the leg rest swings up to make an enclosed bassinet Accept graco snugrides (this allowed us to skip the snap n go and save money) Large sun canopy, especially for an umbrella stroller Has a shoulder strap to carry when folded Soft seat cushion that is removable and washable Padded 3 or 5 point harness that has different heights Reflectors for added safety when walking at night Sturdy and well built Handles are high to accommodate a taller parent CON's Small storage underneath (but it is an umbrella stroller so you can't expect to take the kitchen sink with you) No cup holder, but I read somewhere you can buy one to attach? A little difficult to unfold...might just need to be "broken in" a little though It has the typical umbrella style rear brakes that would be hard to release in certain footwear, but again, it's an umbrella stroller. I love that this can be our go to stroller from day 1 up through toddler-hood. It isn't designed for off-roading or rough terrain or anything like that (we have a jogger for those purposes) but for everyday errands, shopping, etc, this seems like it will be perfect. It doesn't have all the bells and whistles, but at less than $100, you can't really expect that. It seems like a quality product and we're looking forward to using it for years to come.
By Gary
ROSEMEAD, California
February 23, 2013
One of the best strollers
It's not as light as Macarena Volo, but it has more positions so I have no complain. Price is good. Highly recommend.
By Darcy
February 16, 2013
Great Stroller
I bought this for my 3.5 year old son who has some special needs. He is too big for most strollers but fits well into this one and it's great that it goes up to 70lbs. It is very sturdy and the wheels turn great (make sure they aren't locked). His feet don't touch and drag on the wheels because the seat is higher. And he can still lay down in this if he falls asleep. I am very happy with my purchase and wish I had it sooner!
Proschild can go up to 70lb Sturdy construction High seat
By Chris
December 28, 2012
Perfect for air travel
We bought this stroller for a transatlantic flight, our daughter is 1 year old and a proud walker. One huge plus of the stroller we did not anticipate at first is that the seat can be completly flat. This means the stroller could carry a huge amount of our hand lagguage -our daughter wanted to be outside of it most of the times. Other than that we liked the big sun shield, the hight of the handles (I am 6.2) and the possibility to flip the front part ofthe seat up to have a long foodrest (comfy for sleeping). It comes with a rainshield which is another plus. The folding mechanism works quite well but you will need 2 hands to open it comfortably. The canopy feels a bit plasticy and the shield has to be folded in last to make it fold correctly. There is a good amount of space between the rear wheels for the feet when walking and no obstructions but the wheels are wide and I still hit them form time to time with my wintershoes. The sunshield is not long enough to protect from a low sun in the evening, and it is a bit on the heavy side which we did not find to be a problem.
ProsCan carry a lot of stuff if child is not in it
Consnothing really
By Jie
December 19, 2012
good, we like it
it is qiute easy to set up.My daughter loves the color. But when folded, it couldn't stand up by itself, so it may imconvinient if we carry it on train or plane.
By Daisy
December 18, 2012
Works great as a stroller, high chair and bassinet
We really like this stroller. It is Ilightweighted, easy to fold. Most amazingly, its high seat serves well as a high chair when we visit restaurants. You can recline it to flat, and my baby really enjoys sleeping in it.
ProsHigh seating position Soft infant pad Solid material Comes with a rain cover
Consno parent console
So Cal
December 16, 2012
Lightweight umbrella stroller.
This is a great umbrella stroller, with a lot more going for it than regular umbrella strollers. It's lies flat so you can change the baby or have them nap. It had a great canopy for full sun coverage (we live in So Cal, so this is essential). It's also got a great basket underneath, which most strollers in this range don't have. Folds up nice and small, and is lightweight to lift in and out of the SUV. I'm very pleased and really recommend this.
ProsLightweight Easy to manouver. Has a basket Lies flat so baby can sleep or to change nappy.
ConsThe folding mechanism takes a bit of getting used to, but one you've figured it out, it's fine.
By Mari
Peoria Heights, IL
December 16, 2012
We got this for a secondary stroller, mostly for travel and shopping. Our main stroller is an UppaBaby Vista. My daughter loves this stroller almost as much as the Vista (when we first got it, she climbed in and wouldn't get out for 15 minutes) and it's much easier to travel with. The folding/unfolding is unusual, but now we've got it figured out, it's quick and simple enough. The basket is a not super easy to get to, but the seat is higher than the old (cheap) umbrella stroller we had and reclines really well. So far, we haven't had to use the recline, but it is nice to have the option. The handles are a little tall for me, but my husband loves the height. The included raincover is great and the shade seems pretty big for an umbrella stroller. It's nice to finally have a stroller that's easy to travel with and that my picky daughter will actually stay in.
ProsRecline Comfort Harness Sunshade Raincover Height of the seat Ease of use
ConsBasket is harder to get to Handles are a little too tall

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