Summary: I purchased this stroller five months ago after hours of research online and in-store. I wanted a stylish, sturdy stroller with a reversible handle and finally chose the Flyer in spite of it not being available to try out in stores. Now I know why it's only sold online. It is a beautiful stroller. None other compares with the bright, stylish colors. It is also lightweight. Those are the only positive comments I can make.
Pros: Beautiful colors, Lightweight
Cons: Few Features, Flimsy, Hard To Maneuver, Poor Quality, Small Basket, Uncomfortable
Summary: Do not waste a dime on this stroller. I wanted so much to like this stroller for features like the canopy, reversible push bar, and full recline. I love to walk with my baby and this just made it utter agony for him and me. I could not make it up the sidewalk where the next stone was higher it would just stop dead in its tracks. And if by a miracle it made it, it swiveled to the side and kept going. My wrists hurts from pushing this.
Cons: Hard To Maneuver, Poor Quality, Small Basket
Summary: I bought this stroller about 3 months ago and hated it ever since. It manuevers very very poorly, it will not go over the smallest little bumps, not to mention going over any carpet at all. I took it to the mall once and was so frustrated that it wont go on the smoothest carpets. I litterally had to push the stroller so hard that my wrist hurt when I got home.The cupholder tips over all the time, the basket is too small and hard get in and out.I read the reviews before I...
Cons: Bulky, Hard To Maneuver, Poor Quality, Small Basket
Summary: I was so excited to get this stroller. It has not lived up in person... I was not able to give it a 'test drive' as the store we went to no longer carried it. Should have been a big red flag. They carried the Indie however due to complaints no longer stocked the Flyer. I insisted on the Flyer because it is able to go with the baby facing you or out. Thought that would be great, right? Not so much. I had this stroller and after 6 months of use the wheel locks went.
Summary: the stroller functions terribly, so many bad things I can not even give you a list. Just don;t get it. It's one of those crapy designs, 8 wheels for a bumpy ride, too many uselessbuttons and things that are in a way, storage too small, etc. It is NOT easy to manuver it!!! I have a high end stroller, but I had to borrow this one for a week and I could not wait to get home to my beloved stroller. my goodness, why do they even soend time designing such a monster...
Summary: The steering is horrible- you never know where you're going to end up... in a wall, off the curb or into someone's table at a restaurant. I am so disappointed with this product- and for the price, my goodness! Its lovely to look at but that's it. It does not function well- we've taken to using our snap-n-go instead. Plus, plastic wheels for such an expensive stroller????
Summary: I have a Bumbleride Flyer and I am very disappointed in it. This is my 4th and I have always had a Peg stroller with the other ones. I feel that the wheels hesitate to go backwards. The drink holder is a joke, if you hit the drink holder the wrong way, it turns upside down! Now your drink is all over the floor! My handles shake as I push. I have pulled out another stroller to use. This one sits in the back of my minivan!
Summary: I got a Graco Travel System and a Snug Ride for my shower. I really wanted a more stylish stroller so I considered the Bugaboo and the Bumbleride. Since the bumbleride just came out, there wasn't much reviews on online. So considering the price I decided to go for the Stylish Bumbleride. My first use I was so disappointed. It was so hard to steer when baby is facing me. I'm a short 5'2" and I kept hitting the back wheels as I walked. I just hated it.