Summary: After endless research on strollers, I was thrilled to find this sleek carriage with most of the features I was looking for. The Bumbleride won out and was added to my registry after having reviewed countless reviews on numerous strollers. In hindsight, I realize that it was with jaded eyes that I chose this stroller. Had so many family members not pitched in to purchase this stroller, I would have replaced it with a much more conventional one months ago!
Summary: I bought this stroller mainly because I loved the idea of switching from baby forward-facing to rear-facing without moving the seat, just simply moving the handle. I do like the leg rest, which is adjustable and accomodates a sleeping toddler very well. However, the stroller is extremely difficult to operate when it is in the baby rear-facing position (baby facing parent), sometimes I can't even get the stroller to move.
Summary: The fram is made with cheap quality aluminum. On the side, there's just to much screws, nuts and bolts....not a clean look. The product is not as nice as I'd thought it was after receiving it. It's is heavy, big, and hard to maneuver. When I was pushing my son around downtown San Francisco, I had a hard time getting through crowds.
Cons: Bulky, Hard To Maneuver, Poor Quality, Small Basket, Too Heavy
Summary: I love, love this stroller's look and overall feel for my child. But i hate to say that it's been the worst stroller I've had. The canopy has fallen off, the velcro strap that holds the seat up from the bottom ripped, and the manuevering of the stroller is awful: very difficult to do and noisy. Relatively heavy and bulky. Unfortunately it's now stored in the garage after not many uses. Beautiful stroller, but disappointing. Very sorry to say.