Summary: This would be the most awesome lightweight umbrella stroller for under $100 ever, if only the breaks were not set up in such a way that the breaks engage if you are trying to back the stroller up a step or curb with only one person. The step pushed the break into the locked position making it impossible to roll up the step. Otherwise it's a great stroller but if I'd known I wouldn't be able to use stairs without another person with me I would not have purchased it.
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Easily Stowed, Easy To Set Up, Easy To Steer, Lightweight, Sturdy
Summary: After one year, this stroller became very difficult to use. The wheels have become incredibly hard to steer and folding/unfolding is painful, you need both hands at all times. I'm very dissatisfied.
Summary: I did quite a bit of research on strollers when my daughter was born in 2006. I wanted a good stroller, not too bulky that would be a great stroller to use for her as a toddler. This stroller did not meet my expectations. It was not too bad to use when used as a travel system, but when used as a stroller for a toddler it was awful. You have to push with two hands at all times. The cup holder always falls off.
Summary: Don't bother with this stroller. There are much better strollers out there for the price (Chicco, Maclaren etc). Canopy is tiny, wheels are rickety, stroller is heavy for it's size, if you are over 5'4 you will kick the wheels when you walk. Fabric is unattractive & rough, my daughter refused to sit in it.