Excerpt: I purchased this stroller after reading many reviews of strollers. It is not a stroller that I could find in any local store, so I purchased it online without trying it first. It does not come with any matching infant seat, but I read a list of car seats that were compatible and purchased the...
Excerpt: I read all of the great reviews for the Inglesina Zippy stroller so I bought one - Ecru, 2010 model. I have had it 2 weeks, used it twice and I'm stunned to find it appears to be low quality, the wheels squeak (already!
Excerpt: Overall this is a great stroller--very sturdy and high quality as well as stylish. It's easy to open and close and is fairly compact and a breeze to push, although if you're tall though you may find yourself kicking the wheels. The one thing I find least appealing is the sunshade.
Excerpt: We have had our Inglesina Zippy for almost 4 years now. I purchased it 2nd hand off eBay for around $150, retail was at that time well over $400, and I have loved it!! It is very portable and has really stood the test of time. We have been very hard on this stroller and it has kept on going.
Excerpt: We've had a number of strollers, and the Zippy has been our favorite. It features a truly one-handed open and close mechanism, and it also latches itself closed so you can lift it right into the car.
Excerpt: We did a lot of research looking for a stroller that would last for a long time. We found a video review of this stroller, and had to have it. It is truly the only stroller with a real one-hand fold- all the other strollers we tried actually needed two hands, or it folded down to the ground- not...
Light, easy to fold, and Graco Snugride compatible
30 September 2009
Excerpt: This stroller maneuvers easily, opens and closes with one hand, and is light enough to easily put into the trunk of a sports sedan. The Graco Snugride baby carrier fits on it perfectly as well. Our stroller is now carrying our second child and still looks great and maneuvers well after much abuse.