Handle adjustment great; doesn't fit baby!!
Shortly after outgrowing the infant car seat around 7 months, baby girl outgrew the stroller. At first I thought she just wanted to sit straight upright (which the stroller doesn't accommodate). Eventually I realized it's because her shoulders are wider than the infant head protecting sides (which is where her shoulders are currently). The back of this stroller measures 9" wide. She's 10" wide (now at 12 months). She's 22#, not approaching the limit or anything. UGH. She's not walking yet, and she's only going to get bigger, so I have to buy a new stroller?!I like this stroller otherwise. I'm 4'11", and it's the only one I've found which has a handlebar the appropriate height for me. Hubby is 5'9" and he puts the handlebar two positions higher and that works well for him. It's definitely not one-hand-fold, at least at my height, and it totally stymied TSA (and they get a lot of strollers...). The reason is that the handle must be turned a FULL 90 degrees, straight up, BEFORE trying to open/close it. It was annoying to have to constantly be unsnapping and resnapping that little flap in the seat when we were going back and forth between using the system together and stroller alone (~4-7 months). Actually, snapping the seat into the stroller was irksome regardless--you have to get it at precisely the right angle to get it to click. But those are minor inconveniences. What's truly wrong is the stroller's seat back width. I never imagined my baby would outgrow her stroller. She never used the full-recline feature, in fact we have not used the "8 positions" at all--just fully open for the car seat, and as upright as it will go (which is still reclined unfortunately). She never took naps in the stroller alone so we never needed those darn head-protection-side-braces. They only serve to make her uncomfortable as a toddler.
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