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QuickSmart Easy Fold Stroller in Geometric Grey

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Item # B09721USA

The QuickSmart Easy Fold Stroller is unlike any other on Earth. Its revolutionary folding system is ready to go in seconds.
  • Pattern/color: Black/ gray
  • Weighs only 15.4 pounds
  • Folds in two easy and natural steps
  • Frame made with aluminum to ensure very strong, rust free and light
  • Retractable hood for shade and privacy
  • For children 6 months to 45 pounds
  • 2 position recline
  • Extra tall parent push bar
  • Bonus bag makes storage, carrying and traveling a breeze
  • 5-point safety harness
  • Bonus weathershield gives instant protection from rain
  • Prestigious Australian International Design Award winner
  • No assembly required
  • Back wheel measures 7.7 inches and front wheel measures 4.5 inches
  • Folded dimensions: 20.1 inches long x 21.3 inches wide x 9.8 inches high
  • Dimensions: 39.7 inches high x 27.5 inches long x 24 inches wide

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100% Recommend this product (15 of 15 responses)
By Sofia
September 29, 2014
Easily manuverable
Purchased to use when grand-kid visits. Love the chair itself, beautiful and easy to maneuver, however, a nightmare to open and close, I think the concept is great, but needs work!
ProsEasy cleaning, relatively light weight, appealing color - neutral Good price Easy to use
ConsHeadache to open/close Head rest by use of fasteners, prefer basic lever rater than snaps Bulky when close and in dust bag which is cheaply made
By mel
Houston, tx
May 2, 2014
Compact and easy to drive
Love that this stroller is compact and comes with a carrying bag. My one year old Little one easily takes naps. It is easy to maneuver and like that the canopy has a peek window.
Prosopens easy, compact and well built.
Cons3 steps to fold
Best UsesTravel
By Mark
April 7, 2014
Super compact and lightweight
Great compact stroller. Looks good too. So far this stroller works well with no issues.
ProsCompact fold. Lightweight for the build quality and feature.
ConsSmall under stroller storage No cup holders
Best UsesAround town, in stores where there are tight spaces and aisles. This stroller fits no probl.
By montREALady
Brooklyn, NY
March 31, 2014
Where is the company?
I really like the idea of this stroller and I purchased it to be our travel stroller, and I liked that it already came with a carrying case as well as the weather shield. I really don't want to travel with my Baby Jogger City Mini and risk it being mistreated during air travel (gate check), plus it's a little bulky. Delivery from Albee BABY was fast which I appreciated. The tape on the box looked pretty old and there was a lot on it making me feel like it was once opened and returned. Upon opening the box there was a slight weird smell like something that's been sitting in a warehouse for a while (see below for more details about that). I opened the stroller and I definitely like the print and the fabric, and just the general look of it, every modern. I put my 17 mth old daughter in it and she seems to like it too as she didn't want to come out. She was actually able to crouch her legs up and get comfy because the seat goes straight out (she's a little short :) ). The recline function is a bit of a pain because it's four plastic buckles/connectors (can't think of what you call them, but everyone has these on at least one baby item they own), two on each side that you unbuckle to recline then re-fasten to make it upright. It's hard to do when the child is in the stroller, you have to ask them to sit up or would have to physically pull up younger babies so you can do it. Kind of tricky with only two hands. Unfastening is definitely easier because of the laws of gravity. A drawstring would have been better. It also doesn't recline very far. It seems to be enough for my daughter to look comfortable and if she fell asleep her neck wouldn't go forward, which is good, but it's not a flat recline at all. I found the stroller hard to push with her in it, more specifically the front wheels. I notice another parent said in one of the reviews here they oiled theirs and it worked fine and they wished they didn't have to, but even though we purchased it new, it's about 3 years old and has been sitting in Albee Baby's warehouse most likely ever since. So I guess that's a little understandable. I also find that at the handle when pushing bounces a little making me feel like I'm going to snap it in half and my daughter is only 20 lbs! Not sure if that's how it's supposed to be, some sort of shocks when bouncing. I'm not too sure how it will handle on the NYC streets with those small little front wheels should I decide to use this stroller for a quick errand. There aren't any harness pads/covers, but I suppose you can buy those if you want. The harness buckles aren't the easiest, but it is a 5-pt harness which is great because later you can forget the shoulder straps altogether. The fold is two-step and I don't know how fast that will be at the airport gate. I had to fold it on the ground and I would imagine the fabric would get dirty in a public place. Maybe it takes getting used to. Then there is a little of a struggle to get it into the bag, which isn't the best quality I should add. It's a great idea, but it's not padded and I don't know how well it will handle if being thrown around by luggage handlers at gate check. I've had one of those red stroller travel bags come back with a hole on it before and the material is similar. I feel like a need a case for the case! :P It folds pretty small, definitely more compact than my City Mini. I've read some people were able to put it in the overhead of some flights, which is what enticed me in the first place. But I'm not too sure about that now looking at it. Perhaps on bigger planes, but definitely not on the smaller domestic ones. It also doesn't weigh that much less than the City Mini, maybe about 2 lbs. I guess the basis for travel is its compactness and not necessarily the weight. The bag with the shoulder strap definitely makes it easier. They say to carry it by the handle if not using the bag, but I find that kind of awkward. In general I think if you use this for travel and not as your main stroller all of the above issues and my cons below would not be huge problem. I also recognize that some of the "issues" may also be what makes it able to be as compact as it is. I would recommend to a friend for travel and infrequent use only. I'm kind of leery about keeping the stroller mainly because the company that makes it seems to be M.I.A in the US. The website hasn't been updated since 2011 and the phone # is not in service. My stroller was purchased last week (Mar 2014) and has a manufacturer date of 2011. I emailed the distributor from the box, Funtastic, and they told me it is now being distributed by The Dale Group, also in Australia. I have emailed them asking who do we contact in the USA in case we need support. I don't particularly like having a product that a) has such an old manuf. date, and b) I can't contact anyone about should I run into an issue. I am still waiting on a response from them. I'm on the fence and I may return it and purchase a stroller with active customer support.
Pros- Nice look, print and design, very modern - Fabric seems easy to spot clean - Handle bars aren't too low - Carrying bag included - Weather shield included - Folds pretty compact, especially once in carrying bag - Nice big rear wheels, when you press the brake one side, the other locks - Small storage pouch behind seat - 5 pt harness
Cons- No harness strap padding/covers - Canopy folds upwards into the handle bar when you want to pull it back, which is awkward. It doesn't retract like most canopies that "disappear" - Handling isn't too smooth (and I've only tested at home on my smooth, wood parquet floors) - No locks on the front wheels and there is a YouTube video where the person was having a hard time maneuvering it on gravel and locked front wheels would have helped with that - Small front wheels that are very close together, may be hard do maneuver on certain terrains - Basket underneath is very small and shallow - Spot clean only, cannot remove padding - No customer service support in the US as far as I know, and I've researched and inquired
Best Uses- Travel - Quick trips
By erika
el sobrante CA.
March 30, 2014
is very nice stroller...
Nice and easy open, very confort is good for walking and good rider for my baby girl.
By LLG Mom of 3
Skokie, Illinois
March 7, 2014
Awesome Stroller
I have been eyeing this stroller for quit sometime. I needed a stroller that did not occupy so much space and this is it. This stroller is easy to fold and sto away. The only down fall is the bottom storage basket is very small and does fit a normal size diaper bag. However that I dont mind at all. Just purchase the caddy that is for the stroller and u are all good.
By Amanda
Richmond, VA
March 6, 2014
Good things DO come in small packages!
So far I love this stroller. Haven't used it a lot, since my daughter is getting older (almost 2) - but that is one reason I love it. I don't want it taking up tons of trunk space when I don't need it very often. It seems very high quality and sturdy and the steering is great. My other stroller is a city mini (with 3 wheels) and its so maneuverable - I HATE typical umbrella strollers, I think they are so hard to steer - even with a taller/nicer model. This QuickSmart stroller is VERY easy to steer with one hand since it has the single handle bar and the front wheels are close together. Its also comfortable for her to ride in so far and sometimes she asks to ride in it if she gets a peek of it in the trunk. You can find youtube videos online that show how it folds/unfolds to decide if this stroller is for you. We are flying to Disneyworld this Spring so I will try to remember to update my review after the trip.
Proscompact fold, lightweight, easy to carry with one hand (with bag or without) Comes with the travel bag and the rain cover
Cons2-hand fold
By Melissa L.
las vegas, Nevada
February 26, 2014
l Love it
I was looking for a lightweight stroller that would be nice and comfortable for my one year old and I found this one. So far my baby loves it he even falls to sleep while riding on it, which would be inpossible on the umbrella and the travel system stroller he got when he was borned. I love the desing and for the price is great, I couldnt ask for more. Overall I am happy.
By Elizabeth
February 21, 2014
Super small in car!
I have a tiny car so this was perfect. I leave it in the trunk, so easy to fold and especially easy to unfold. I love everything about it. even the recline.
Proslight small awesome
Consfront wheel gets stunk when switching directions (for a milli-second)
Best Useserrands walk even an impromptu highchair
By Laura
February 6, 2014
Amazing stroller!
I have used several strollers. We use the Orbit Baby for our primary stroller and we LOVE it. However, for travel, this one rocks! Now, the reason it rocks for us most is when we don't need a car seat to our final oar destination, e.g., the car service provides one or we are using a train, etc, This little thing is easy to open and close (watch the video and you'll learn In a snap!). It will fit in the overhead bin on most flights. Otherwise, we use the Orbit System. I highly recommend this little stroller. We have a very big two year old and she loves it. She's tall and I was afraid the sun shield would be too short for her but she's fine with it. We bought the accessory holder from amazon to snap on the back and it's great and it fits in the storage back with it attached. Shoot me a reply if you have questions.
ProsEasy to use. Quick set up. Tiny!
Best UsesTravel. Carry on.
By Don
Orlando, FL
December 20, 2013
Good lightweight stroller for the price
It fits our needs, is lightweight, portable, and seems fairly sturdy so far. There's basically no storage, so I recommend this as a secondary stroller. We bought a cheap $12 stroller prior to this, but I couldn't stand it because the wheels wouldn't turn, it was a pain to fold up, the baby seemed squished in it, and the handles were too low so I had to stoop over to push it. Therefore, this is a vast improvement!
ProsVery easy to push around. Its not too complicated to unfold and retract once you get the hang of it. Baby seems to feel pretty comfortable in it.
Cons5 point safety harness seems like at some point it will be too tight (currently using for 15 month old). I was watching the wheels as I was pushing the stroller and I noticed they roll a little wobbly. No problems yet, but I'm wondering if they will be in the future.
By Shelly Braun
Orlando, FL
December 12, 2013
love this stroller!!
I bought this as my small portable stroller since my Mia Moda Cielo that I purchased in 2008 from Albee Baby had seen better days. My full size stroller is a Phil and Teds double tandem, but it takes up nearly the entire trunk portion of my Honda Pilot. I love that this stiller folds up so compact and that I can keep it in my trunk and still have plenty of space for groceries and other things. Unlike my Mia Moda (which was discontinued) you do need two hands to fold so you would not be able to fold it while holding your baby. My daughter is 19 months now so I was hesitant to invest in another stroller but i am so glad I did. I read the reviews about the lack of storage and no cup holder but was able to buy a QuickSmart accessory that has two cup holders, a pouch and a large mesh bag that you can keep on the stroller when folded and it is perfect. The stroller is also sturdy enough that it does not flip over when you take the baby out (ex. if you have a bag or mommy hook attached) and it is very easy to steer with one hand. The recline is also perfect for napping; while it does not lay flat, it is perfect for napping and the sun shade does an adequate job (even in sunny FL). This stroller like my Mia Moda is great for travel as you can fit it in the overhead bin of the airplane versus gate check and hope the baggage handlers take care of it
Prossmall compact fold
Consneed two hands to fold.
Best Usestravel, second stroller, quick trips, perfect for toddlers too
By Mimi ro
Atlanta, GA
September 23, 2013
Great Travel & Store 2 Store Stroller!!!
I love this stroller! It is easy to use and go from store to store. Traveling is nice but the two step fold process can be annoying. It is semi light but it is good that the frame is sturdy and durable not flimsy.
Pros6 months and up (best for unassisted sitters) Great comfortable foam covered handles (not adjustable) Very durable and sturdy frame not plasticy or wobbly Canopy is good (average) its without peek a boo window on mines Buckle snap recline (only one position but not much of a recline) Medium mesh storage on back seat (fits the included rain cover) 5 point adjustable harness Mini under-storage (fits small bottle cooler or small pocketbook) Easy smooth steering with one hand Two hand Two step fold ( may work well traveling with a standing child to fold it) Seat is okay (not padded or plush but I use "Skip Hop memory foam stroller liner") Good wheels not plasticy, easy stride on concrete pavement, dirt but not so good cutting through grass or going over a curb! Easy overhead compact fold storage Stroller black nylon storage bag with adjustable shoulder strap Fold short and wide compact ( I store it inside the car, the back seat floor and if in the trunk, it ONLY takes up a corner space THAT IS IT!!!)-great for hatchback/small cars.
ConsThe following do not take away from the functional easy steer of this stroller but if you are looking for these, it may not be for You!!! No add on cup holder/snack tray (we eat before we go or when we get there) No parent tray or storage (I use a Eddie Bauer neoprene cup holder with mesh bag storage, which folds nicely with it ) No utility shopping basket (I hang my "Skip Hop Pronto Diaper Changer" No flat recline, adjustable leg rest or padded seat ( I use "Skip Hop memory foam stroller liner") Again, I don't expect much because it is perfect for traveling or quick runs!
Best UsesTravel as carry-on City Buses, Subways, Coach Buses and Coach Trains Quick errands from store to store (not big shopping sprees!) Tight small vechicles,stores, restaurants or events Movie theaters
By Adam
Chicago, IL
July 29, 2013
Great compactstroller that we use every day; great for urban environments
This stroller folds down to a small, suit case size package that you can take on the subway with you to work, or use a bike lock and lock it to a bike rack so you can pick up your little one. We use it as a daily commuter and it seems sturdy and well put together. We bought the optional bag for the back because there isn't a lot of storage. IF you take this with your little one on the bus or subway you won't upset other passengers because of its small size.
By A Noel
Pittsburgh, PA
June 20, 2013
Fantastic, except for wheel problems
We were looking for a small, lightweight, compact stroller for when we travel and don't have a lot of room. I did TONS of research and decided on this one. It really fits the bill. Stroller folds down to the size of a small suitcase, and is very lightweight. It's very comfortable for my son to ride in and the sun shade is very substantial. Because it is a travel stroller it is lacking a lot of basics, like a tray, storage, padding- but that is the trade off. It is not good for everyday use. The only, and biggest problem we have had so far, is that after 1 day of use the front wheels started locking and not spinning around when we tried to push the stroller. It made it nearly impossible to push the stroller around. I was about to return it, but my handy husband just oiled the front wheels instead, and we haven't had any problems since. It's dissappointing we had to do this with a brand new stroller, but it all worked out. Also, it is definitely a two handed fold- if that's important to you.
Best Usestravel

1 Question & 6 Answers
from Brooklyn, NY asked:
March 26, 2014
Was anyone actually able to stow this stroller away in the overhead compartment on a plane? Thanks.
6 Answers
We have traveled a few times now with our Easy Fold stroller and, while it takes some time to learn how to quickly fold the stroller, it does travel well and is also a good back-up for keeping in the vehicle. We have not tried to stow the stroller in the overhead bin on an airplane but always gate-check it and appreciate the compact design and carrying bag.
on March 29, 2014
from Pierre, SD
I was able to stow mine. It actually folds up very well. I bought it because I had virtually no trunk space and I was traveling a lot. It worked great.
on March 29, 2014
from Converse, TX
Yes you most certainly can. When it's in the bag the airline will allow it gas your 1 carry on item.
on March 30, 2014
from Orlando, FL
When we traveled, we just left the stroller by the door of the plane for it to be checked with cargo. When landed, we just picked it up where we dropped it off. It does look small enough for it to go in the overhead compartment. We love it!
New mom :)
on March 30, 2014
from Washington DC
hi, I travel with the QuickSmart Easy, and I had no problem to loding the stroller on the plane cabine, of course is a big bag doesn't not fit in the first compartment, which are, on most plane, the smallest one. I Fold the stroller and bag it right before to arrive at the plane door, non one see that I had stroller in the bag. I been travel in USA plane and in Europe where they have strict regulalion about stroller on bord, and I had no trouble at all.
on March 30, 2014
from las vegas
The quicksmart stroller is one of the smallest stroller out there. I have not brought it on a plane yet but I pretty certain it WILL fit in the overhead storage. I have seen people bring on bigger "carry-on" luggage and yet it still fits. So in my opinion it should fit. Thanks
on April 7, 2014
from CA

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