Summary: I had a few problems with the assembly (don't forget the little tables, or your child will fall out of the pram :-)). But now everything is working fantastically. Very light, very flexible. It even fits down narrow paths. Very easily foldable. Great!
Summary: My wife and I really like this stroller. Our criteria when purchasing was as follows: lightweight, good reputation (brand and model), and easy-to-use. We did some research online and the Aria was highly recommended by Consumer Reports. In the end, the choice came down to the Aria vs. the Combi Travel Savvy (or PM Savvy). Anyway, the Combi was great because it folded up into a smaller and less bulky package. Another great plus was the shade covered the entire seat.
Pros: The canopy/shade is very small. Tight storage space. Cup-holder keeps popping out.
Cons: The canopy/shade is very small. Tight storage space. Cup-holder keeps popping out.
Summary: i have been through so many strollers since i started having babies 12 years ago, this is my best purchase so far. i searched the net for a light weight, i had the aria with my 6 year old, it was just worn out, so i updated. it took about 2 minuts to put it together, the color is much better than online. i love the harness, my 7 month old can move about as he likes.
Summary: This is a super lightweight stroller. It is good on cement, streets and even the unpaved dirt/ slightly bumpy paths around my house. We use it everyday and so far so good. Only had it for 3 1/2 months, however, it gets its fair share of being tossed around in the back of my car. I am tall as well as my boyfriend who is 6'5 and he does not seem to have a problem with the height. I love being able to push the stroller with one hand if I need to.
Summary: I literally have owned almost every stroller. No I am not a shopaholic- I just think and know that there is no perfect stroller, so as needs changed, strollers were added....I now have 3 children and one very messy garage. Here's the list:
Peg Perego Venezia- nice ride, too big, too heavy.
Aprica- great shade, tough to maneuver, sometimes won't close= STRESS.
Snap N go- miracle stroller for the first 12 months provided baby stays with in the weight range.
Summary: I love this stroller ( it is my second one)!!! Light weight, easy to push, love the new cup holder, my son loves the freedom harness. The harness is not meant to attach to the back of the seat, so your child can see out better and move more. No problem turning the wheels. I could see you having problems if you were in rocks or off road, but the stroller is not for that use. I would recommend it and have to 2 of my friends.