Summary: I was looking for an umbrella stroller but picked this one instead. The canopy is huge, the storage is great, it has snack tray for baby and is feather light. Folds in a cinch, I'm very happy with it. For this lesser price though vesus say the uppa baby g luxe-- the padding is not as fancy, obviously, and the recline is strap loosened instead of lever operated.
Summary: We have had our stroller for about 3 weeks and I am satisfied with it's performance so far. It is a sturdy stroller, I am using it for an older child (about 40 lbs). I wish the distance from the seat to the foot rest was longer but the stroller is probably not made for a child as tall as mine. It was very easy to put together and once you get the hang of folding it up it very easy to collapse to store. I would recommend the stroller for an inexpensive sturdy stroller.
Summary: We bought this stroller for an upcoming Disney world trip. I was looking for a small lightweight easy to collapse stroller that also had good steering control. This stroller is great! Lightweight but with enough weight that your child doesn't fall over backwards if you place your purse or such on it. Steers pretty good for a portable stroller also. My husband keeps getting it out setting it up getting ready for the big day.
Summary: We bought this stroller when we took our 4-yr-old grandson to Disney and found he was exhausted from walking after a few hours. It was cheaper to buy this than to pay for a rental every day! Once we had it, we took it everywhere and our grandson did not straggle behind at the airport or when walking to the pool. It does not collapse as well as an umbrella stroller, but for a heavier child (35-45 pounds), it is perfect.
Summary: I really like this stroller. I am tall and I am comfortable pushing this stroller. It is light weight; it folds up almost effortlessly (most of the time--sometimes the back of the seat gets in the way and you have to kinda wiggle and jiggle to get it to go back into position, THEN the stroller folds up easily,) and my daughter seems comfortable riding in it.
Summary: My son is 40 lbs and on the first day the cardboard in the back broke so he was slumped even when the back of the seat was upright. So I got some cords with hooks on them and went around the handles (lower down) to reinforce right where the cardboard broke and it's perfect now. I actually like this stroller alot. it is super smooth and my son is overall very comfortable. For the price and the expensive look you can't go wrong.
Summary: My 3 year old is a bit big and tall for his age so he outgrew his old stroller. I still needed one for long trips or traveling around the city on foot, and he's a very active boy so he's hard to control when he gets excited and desires to roam free. I saw this and the price was perfect for my budget. It was also helpful that it's a well known brand. He fits comfortably and I love the extended hood.
Summary: I was very attached to my Eddie Bauer travel system stroller but it was just too big once my baby turned 1. I bought a regular umbrella stroller, but ended up returning it because I still needed some storage and I really wanted a tray for him, not to mention it was sooo flimsy. When I found this one, I was pretty hesitant because it wasn't really expensive and I thought it'd be made cheaply like the umbrella stroller I had just returned.
Summary: This stroller is very lightweight and has an excellent canopy for sun protection. Sometimes the one handed fold up didn't quite work and became a 2 and sometimes 4 handed fold up. The basket space is great and has easy access even with a little one in the seat. Cup holders are a bit small but work great for a basic water bottle. The front wheels were a bit wobbly and I did see an advertisement for this same stroller where it had 2 side pouches on the basket.