Comfy, but be aware of size!
My husband and I bought this after some online researching and going to look at in the store before baby came. Barely pushing it back and forth in the isle and practice folding it once was not enough to get a full picture of how it actually functions. It is a good quality stroller: good height, comfy for baby, feels safe and sturdy, I like that the wheels can be repaired unlike standard flimsy plastic wheels and removed for more compact storage. However, I have a few issues with it that have me back in the stroller market. It's huge. Once the toddler seat is in its too heavy for me to maneuver in and out of the trunk of our highlander. It always takes at least 2 or 3 attempts to pick it up and get it positioned just so. The one-hand fold is nice, but it definitely takes two hands to awkwardly open it. It has a kickstand to cover the front wheel to allow it to stand upright on its own. That works only if you can get the front wheel positioned just right as you close it. I also struggle to keep it rolling straight, both indoors and out. The front wheel will turn completely to the side and need to be manually set straight or it will also pull to one side. Super frustrating while shopping or trying to walk on sidewalks. I will say my husband, who is both considerably taller and stronger than me, has no issues with it whatsoever and absolutely loves it. It's just too big and heavy for me (5'4") to use out and about by myself with baby. Its nice, just too much for me alone.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.