Summary: great stroller once it came.. ups lost the 1st one then they had to send me another. took almost 3 weeks. work great loved the fact you can use pretty much any infant car seat with it. didn't like the way you fold it. after 3 weeks one of the wheels fell of. had to return to the store and bought a different one only because i didn't want to deal with ups again. and on top of that it would of taken a month to get a new one. babies r us isn't great for customer service.
Pros: Comfortable, Easy To Maneuver, Smooth Ride, Stylish
Summary: I opened the box and was confused: it is very big, and heavy although it is "only" 19 lbs. Not very sturdy and clean cut either. However, it is comfy for my baby girl, and the features are nice (canopy, footmuff, handle bar, reclined seat, etc etc) Fabric is kinda cheap too (for the price of the stroller) So I don't know...I will see in a few weeks after using it on a regular basis.
Pros: Comfortable, Decent storage, Easily adjustable, Nice features in general
Cons: a little heavy, Bulky, Does not feel sturdy, Fabric is cheap, Hard To Maneuver
Summary: The look of this stroller is great. It allows the baby 4 different positions. The footrest is great for a growing baby. Con: the wheels are very tricky. You have to figure out the trick that the wheels have in order for it to run smoothly. The stroller is a bit heavy. I would have bought the bugaboo stroller.
Pros: Comfortable, Easy to Set Up, Smooth Ride, Stylish
Cons: Bulky, Hard To Maneuver, Small Basket, Too Heavy
Summary: I have the 2006flyer model, and after hubby put it together we took it for a "test" spin around our appartment building. The unit does woble if the rear long sliver bar is not locked down.(the set nearest your feet when pushing). Overall I think this stroller is a welcomed splash in comparison to all the greco strollers. Hopefuly our baby to be will get lots of good use from this expensive item.
Summary: The stroller is not so bad but after using it for a year and a half I found that there is a lot more that they can do to make it better. When I bought the stroller back in 2007 I recieved the 2008 color scheme. I loved it from the pictures and all the reviews. I was so excited when I first got it. putting it together was a cinch, but there are some draw backs. For instance when the baby faces you the basket would rub against the wheels that became annoying.
Summary: While I was pregnant I obsessed over strollers doing hundreds of hours of research. I already have a Pliko P3 hand me down but really wanted a stroller with a reversible handle. I was torn between the Bugaboo, Venezia and the Bumbleride. Honestly if money was no object I would have probably just bought the Bugaboo but I was trying to be economical so I kept my focus more on the Bumbleride and Venezia. I decided to order the Bumbleride..
Summary: I have the Flyer and I would say that it is generally a good stroller, but I know that there are better ones out there. What originally attracted me to this stroller was the reversing handlebar. It is nice to be able to have the option of having your baby face you or not. It provides a nice, smooth ride and has an adjustable backrest and five point harness. What I don't like about the Flyer is that it is heavy, bulky when folded, and somewhat difficult to steer.