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Any idea what the weight capacity is?
Aww yeah look at it go!
Here is a review with pictures From a mommy!
So, I don't understand why strollers are so expensive, or why there are so many styles. Could some parent enlighten me?
thumperchick wrote:So, I don't understand why strollers are so expensive, or why there are so many styles. Could some parent enlighten me?
If you look into the world of strollers you'll find this really isn't all that expensive. I would have to say the true test for any stroller is flying. TSA and using the curbside check feature 5 or 6 times really shows what they're made of. We went for a higher end stroller; lasted 3 kids, almost 6 years, and probably 12 flights (remember - the true test).
with translator--I believe this is the model 12
edit: one last thing. Someone can do better, but this is the closest I could find to a product webpage, as part of a set, and I couldn't pick out the right manual:
If I were in the market, I would buy it without a doubt. I bought another one, quite upscale for about this price as a gift. A different brand but similar and the Mother loves it.
I love this stroller. It's so lightweight and compact. We were using an old Graco stroller for my almost 6 month old, and it was hurting my back loading/unloading it into our tiny car. This one is much easier to load and unload. I love the car seat adaptor as well! Great buy. You will not be sorry!
No cup holder. No snack tray. No thanks. I love how easy it looks to use and the other features. But, there is nothing more awkward than to try to find somewhere to put your water bottle while pushing a stroller or giving a snack or sippy cup to a toddler. The sippy cup gets thrown on the ground, the seat ends up covered in ground-up goldfish crackers, mom/dad's water bottle ends up shoved in the canopy and falls out every 10 minutes. After-market ones never work right and it is just a PITA to not have them no matter what the other features are. BAH HUMBUG.
We got a really expensive double stroller as we had twins and needed something that was really easy for one person to setup, take-down and use. It was worth it when one of us had both kids - infinitely better than the cheap Graco we started out with.
Regarding air travel - we used cheap umbrella strollers, so we wouldn't care if they got stolen or broken. In half a dozen flights, they worked fine.
Don't mean to crash the stroller party, but all the links on the kidcraft furniture are broken and I'm wondering if anyone know's what's the what?! :0
Ditto - I need to get me some patio furniture. Fix the links please.
We have a $50 Jeep Cherokee stroller that works about as well as I'd imagine this would. Save your money on a stroller and invest in a good baby carrier like an Ergo. When all the parents are jammed up at the farmers market with their giant strollers DH and I can just "stroll" right through while wearing our kid. IMO the only places that a stroller is good for are malls and zoos, so why would you need to spend that much money on one?
terrylind wrote:Ditto - I need to get me some patio furniture. Fix the links please.
I've tested these links and at this posting they all go to the right product pages.
How about getting the Hauck Free-Rider??? Gonna have 2 kids, need a 2 seater!!!
Any update on delivery dates? (no pun intended)
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