Parents who have their hands full appreciate the one-handed folding mechanism. Weighs just under 15 pounds and fits in most airline overhead bins when folded, which users report and love. Comes with a reclining seat, a large canopy, and a roomy storage basket. Spring action suspension ensures a smooth and comfortable ride.
Expensive. May be prone to rolling backwards if the brakes aren't engaged. Infants under 3 months require a newborn insert or a car seat adapter.
Only weighs 11.8 pounds and folds down with one hand. Stands when folded. Features a reclining seat, a spacious storage basket, and a generous three-tier canopy. All-terrain wheels and front wheel suspension make for a smoother ride and allow for off-road adventures. Comes with both a parent and child tray.
Some users complained it didn't latch properly when folded. Cup holders are small. Feels flimsy.
Ultra compact folded dimensions make this stroller a treat for travel, either by air or car. Features a simple, two-step fold and stands by itself after being folded. Weighing in at just 9.5 pounds, it's the lightest stroller in our lineup. Can be steered with one hand. Accommodates children weighing up to 55 pounds.
Canopy is small. Only suitable for babies aged 6 months and over. Storage basket doesn't hold much.
Compact tri-fold design folds up nice and small for travel. Reasonably lightweight at 17 pounds. Padded seat is comfortable and reclines fully for naps. Adjustable leg rest is a nice touch for foot support. Car seat compatible for newborns, no adapter needed. Comes with parent and child cup holders. Carry strap aids in portability. Reasonably priced.
Some parents felt that the canopy didn't do a great job of blocking out the sun. Could be easier to fold.
Navigates tourism hot spots like a champ. All-wheel suspension absorbs bumps and jostles for a more comfortable ride. One-handed folding couldn't be any easier. Compact and only weighs 13.5 pounds. Features a large UPF 50 canopy and a reclining seat. Adapter-free car seat compatibility is extremely convenient.
Would need an attached infant seat to safely carry a newborn baby, so not the best choice for the youngest babies. At 40 pounds, the maximum weight capacity is somewhat low. Footrest could be sturdier.
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