Light, easy to travel with, and durable.
Carrying this stroller around Disney or a cruise would be no problem. Folds easily and does not occupy too much space. It has a spacious storage basket and an extended sun shade canopy.
It may not be as compact, but is nicer than a regular umbrella stroller. Usually, umbrellas lack the storage basket and are not as durable. The child tray can be popped off very easily, allowing the child to get into the stroller.
The seat back is adjustable, but it won’t recline all the way flat.
Not really recommended for babies younger than 6 months. Better suited for children who can sit up unassisted. Like for when an older baby gets tired while taking longer walks.
A lightweight stroller that is designed for traveling. Not designed to hold a car seat.
- Super lightweight
- Low price
- Can be folded with one hand
- Spacious storage basket
- Soft back support
- Plastic wheels
Can you take this stroller on a plane?
Most airlines allow you to gate check a small stroller at no extra cost.
Just before entering the plane, the processes consist of pushing the handle button, folding it, and engaging the locking latch.
In the case of a standard or jogging stroller, an airline may want you to check it in, and sometimes, charge you extra for it.
Wheels are made of plastic.
The front wheels are equipped with a suspension system and both swivel freely.
The back wheels have brakes that can be locked.
Dimension of the storage basket are roughly 10 x 18 x 8 inces or 25.4 x 45.7 x 20.3 centimeters.
The cup holders are small. Suitable to fit water bottles, but not large coffee mugs.
Has its limitations, but for older babies, works pretty well as a secondary stroller.