Summary: This is an old model of the Quest Umbrella Stroller It doesn't reclines as much as the newer models It is a good umbrella stroller, but because it is not new I won't make it my everyday stroller It tips over very easily when you put bags on the handles The best part is the repair center of MacLaren, which fixed the broken brakes that it had when I bought it for $16
Summary: I've only had the Maclaren Quest Stroller for a short while, but so far it is great! Normally I use the City Mini, which I love, but wanted something easier/lighter to take around and to travel with. I wanted the Quest because it reclines, good for naps on the go, and because it folds small and is light to carry.
Excerpt: We bought this stroller for traveling internationally and locally. It's been good. It has the recline capability that some of the other umbrella strollers don't have. This means the kiddy can sleep. It's definitely a two hander - so no sipping coffee or talking on the phone. But when you are going somewhere on the subway it folds up to be a reasonable size and isn't too heavy. The folding up does take some getting used to but once you have the hang of it it's easy.
Summary: This stroller is the best. It is lightweight and super comfortable for my daughter. The only feauture I am not thrilled with is if she is laying down and gets up the whole seat comes up with her. Other than that I am very pleased with this purchase.
Summary: Pro- I love how smooth the ride is, and it turns on a dime. The handles are perfect for tall people, I'm 5' 9 and my husband is 6' 3. It is light and looks great, not frou frou.
Con- The hood is useless for keeping sun out of a child's face. The basket is hard to get to and small.
Excerpt: This buggy looks good in the denim fabric which you can personalise with liners to brighten it up. We were looking for a really light, umbrella fold which could fully recline for naps. This fits the bill with added bonuses of included raincover, extendable hood/ sunshade and carry strap. Steering is nippy and fits in small places easily. Great for shopping trips and holidays. Not great off road though and time will tell if the wheels are harder wearing than they appear.
Excerpt: A bit heavier that expected but does everything that you want. Bought this to replace an old Maclaren Quest we had and can't complain. Easy to put up and down and love the reclining positions.
Excerpt: This pushchair certainly seems like a comfortable one for a little one to sit in but it isn't the most comfortable for someone to push. When we bought this we got it from a lady selling it second hand so it cost us £80, the retail price is about £180. Such a lot of money to pay for a pushchair but then again it is important to get one which is a good one because you do use it a lot, we do anyway!