Reviews and Problems with Safety 1st AeroLite Travel System
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Stroller doesn' fit larger children well
Steph, Mom of 2, toysrus.com
23 April 2014
Excerpt: I got this stroller combo because its sturdy and safe. I love the car seat even though it is a little big/bulky compared to others. The only downside was in small cars it can cause you to have the front seat so far forward it was uncomfortable/awkward to sit in... The stroller is great, except the front tray sits so low, as they get older (our 2 yr old) they start having a hard time getting legs/feet in and out, and its kind of a pain in the rear at that point.
Excerpt: I love this stroller! I had a Chicco stroller with my first daughter and I hated it. This one is awesome! Mine had a flower type thing on the hood of the stroller and car seat and just made it look really girly and cute. The car seat is really comfortable, my daughter can stay in it for long times with no complaints. She is 8 months now and fits fine in it, and she fit perfectly when she was a newborn. The car seat is a little on the heavy side.
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Easily Stowed, Easy To Set Up, Sturdy
Excerpt: I've have used his travel system for seven months now inside and outside. It rolls easily inside and on grass and gravel outside. I like the way the car seat clicks snugly into the stroller. It is very stylish on top of functional. My daughter seems to find it very comfortable, especially the car seat. It is very easy to open and close the stroller. It is not light weight but I wouldn't consider it heavy either. The car seat is also fits preemies.
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Easily Stowed, Easy To Set Up, Easy To Steer, Sturdy
Excerpt: I researched a lot of strollers before settling on this one. I loved the thickness of the carseat and safety ratings. The carseat was used, even though it's an infant carrier, until my daughter was 17 months old. She outgrew the height first, but that took awhile! I loved having a travel system. It made it easy to pop her from the car to the stroller without waking her up or getting her out of the carseat. The stroller was great too.
Excerpt: Let me start by saying we haven't actually used this yet, however this is baby #3 and we've been through and used enough strollers in the past to know..haha.<br /><br />So the design is gorgeous. Even more so in person. The stroller (in my opinion) isn't that bulky when folded down, compared to others we've had in the past. The car seat is light weight and clicks into the stroller and base super easy. Have no troubles. The padding on the car seat is nice as well!
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Stowed, Easy To Set Up, Easy To Steer, Lightweight, Sturdy
Excerpt: Too bulky, too umcofortable for baby, not enough leg room with tray, not easy to clean, too expensive, only good thing was the car seat. Stroller sux!!!SafetyPinched my fingers several times while trying to load it my car while it was closed.Ease of CleaningParts cant be removed for cleaning. Tray cant be removed easily.
Excerpt: I researched for hours and hours, probably days if I put all of my time together, to find the "perfect" infant seat or travel system. I wish I had known about Viewpoints-that would have been very helpful in guiding me in the right direction to find what I was looking for!Anyways, I decided on this Safety 1st Travel System because of many reasons. The first reason was that the stroller easily opens and closes!
Excerpt: I absolutely LOVE this travel system! I was about 3 1/2 months pregnant when I anxiously went shopping for a stroller/ car seat combo. I knew my priority #1 would be something light & would easily go anywhere I needed to. I wanted something that didn't need to be yanked or knocked into very narrow stores of the mall! #2 I wanted something that would be for either gender since I didn't know what I was having yet. & #3 budget budget budget.