Kolcraft Contours Options 3 Wheeler Stroller

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Rating: 4.1 out of 5 (59 reviews)

Seat easily reverses to allow parent & baby to bond. 8 front single swivel wheel provides smooth steering, 12 rear never flat wheels. Floating seat has been designed with suspension to give baby a comfortable ride; infant car seat attachment fits most infant car seats on the market. The Contours Options 3 Wheeler Stroller has a multi-position reclining seat back, removable parent tray with dual cup holders, large sun-rider canopy, removable infant head rest with soft micro fleece fabric, easy trigger levers & free-stand fold stands upright.

Features

  • Large basket seat easily reverses.
  • Infant car seat attachment fits most infant car seats.
  • Multi-position reclining seat back.
  • Removable parent tray with dual cup holders.
  • Removable infant head rest with soft micro fleece fabric.

Additional Info

183772

0FDDA82F

031878026298

ZL018-RBY

40 lbs

Full Size,Premium,Three Wheels,Travel Systems

1

Yes

Cup Holder(s),Tray / Bar,Cargo Basket,Adjustable Canopy,Adjustable Head Support

City,All-Terrain,Walking,Shopping,Travel

28.75

37.1 pounds

22.6 x 20.6 x 14.9

Kolcraft Contours Options 3 Wheeler Stroller4.1559

56 Reviews for “Kolcraft Contours Options 3 Wheeler Stroller”

  1. BrinaBean on September 29th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    The features on this stroller are excellent – reversible seat, large basket, large parent cup holders, smooth ride, large canopy, carseat adapter, very sturdy. It does seem a little heavier and folds differently than the average stroller, however, I still highly recommend it!

  2. ezramedic on September 30th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I searched and searched and searched for exactly the right stroller.
    And this is it!
    I love the big wheels – and the option of the swivel front wheel – it makes taking a walk outside so smooth and comfortable for me and my son! Even over gravel!
    There is a big basket underneath which is so useful!
    The thing I love most though – is the options for the seat. At the moment, we have it set to facing us, because our son is still so small. But when he is ready, we have the option of facing it out, too! Plus there is the frame that holds the carseat! It’s so versatile.
    The canopy is nice and BIG, so we can easily shade out little guy from the hot sun, which was a priority for me!
    The handle is high set, which makes it incredibly comfortable to push around, even for quite tall people!
    It’s really well built, very sturdy and I like that it has a five-point harness.
    It folds down easily. It took a few tries to get it figured out – though once you have it figured it out, it’s a piece of cake!
    It just has so many positive points.
    I would and DID recommend this to my friends!
    (After seeing and playing with mine – a pregnant friend of mine bought the same stroller!)

  3. STOLLER on October 24th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    This is the stroller I have been looking for. I like the fact I can see my baby. She is 16 months and when she falls asleep I turn her my way so I can make sure she’s ok. I love the fact not a lot of people have this stoller. I love walking around the block with it, it rides smooth. This is the coolest stroller..

  4. Team Blue Mommy on October 24th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I bought this for my first son after my Graco broke. He was about 14 months old when we got it so I never used it as a “snap and go”. When our second son was born we started using it as a “snap and go”. Our Snug Ride seat fit perfect in the carrier frame.

  5. D's mom on November 3rd, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I got this product a week ago and couldn’t love it more. I used to have another 3 wheel stroller that weighed the same but was a pain to get in and out of the car. It also took up the whole trunk space in my 06 Accord. With the Contours 3 wheeler I have trunk space and it is so easy to switch from a front facing stroller to a back facing to a car seat one. Our baby loves it too. He is now 3 months old and is comfortable in the stroller unlike the other stroller we had.
    The opening and closing of the stroller isn’t as hard as many make it sound. It folds differently than other strollers I guess but once you have done it once or twice it takes all of 5 sec to do.
    You will also get a ton of complements while you are walking around….we do all the time! The red is a great deep red and not pinkish like some other strollers.

  6. Ryder's mama on November 10th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I got this about a week ago, however I am still 7 1/2 months prego and havent had a baby in it just yet. When I got it, the first thing I thought was that it wasn’t your cheap plastic everywhere. Metal, and sturdy weight and OH SO COOL LOOKING! Mine isn’t the red though. Ours is a funky lime green color that is sooooo fitting for our cool personalities. I love that it is SOOOOO EASY to flip the seat from reverse to forwards. Folding it is a little different than your typical stroller but I got the hang of it in a flash. It turns on a dime and is sooooooo smooth. Another great thing, the infant car seat adapter! You take out the stroller seat and put in the bar attachment for the carrier and it fits my Graco Snugride PERFECTLY! It even has built in straps on the stroller to buckle around the carseat through the seat belt slots for security. I even did a safety test with it hooked up by tipping it on its side to see how well the seat stayed in. All the way over and it didn’t BUDGE! Also, I read in some reviews that you had to take the stroller seat out to fold it up, leaving two separete pieces to pack in the car. Not true. The seat just has to be facing out and it folds right up…… I couldn’t love this thing anymore! I had a Graco stroller with my 6 year old daughter when she was a baby and this is FAR better. And the compliments you get on it……. GOODNESS! My sister jokes with her husband about having another just so she can have one of these. LOL!

    My only small concern is the grow out time frame. It claims to hold kids up to 40 pounds. On the other hand, my 6 year old is just now 50 pounds and hasn’t needed one for years, so I guess it isn’t a big deal. lol

    Overall…….

    Trust me, You will be very pleased!

  7. Jogger Needed on November 14th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I just received it and although it looks like a great general stroller the directions say “Do not use this for exercising or jogging”. I ordered the stroller because it was under the category of jogging stroller. I’m very disappointed and will be returning it.

  8. Olya on November 19th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I liked the look of this stroller online when I ordered it, especially the reversible seat. But when it arrived and we put it together, I realized it’s not for me. The handle is so high that it reaches my chest, I am 5’6! Remember there is a difference between reclining seat and reclining back – see BOB strollers. This Kolcraft stroller has a reclining seat (not reclining back) which means that even in the reclining position the baby’ feet are up, not comfortable at all. She basically reclines in the seating position, too bad for a newborn. I did not like this when I go for 2 hour walks. Think about it if your car seat reclined moving your feet up, would you like to drive in this position? Also, I wanted a stroller that would serve my baby up to 3-4 years. My baby is on the smaller side but by a 1 year old it will be too small for her. I mean she still will fit, but there is no room for her to turn a little and the seat is not deep at all. Again, not good for us going for 2-3 hour walks. Otherwise, It’s sturdy, cool looking, the wheels are great, canopy is big. But I wish they would do a bigger seat, backrest recline, and handle not so high or adjustable!

  9. new mama on November 20th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    This stroller looks like and has many of the same features as “designer strollers” like the Bugaboo, the Bob, Phil & Ted’s, Quinny and Uppa Baby, but AT A FRACTION OF THE PRICE. I wanted a hip, trendy looking stroller in which my baby could face me or face forward. And I didn’t want to pay [$], call me crazy! 🙂 This is it Ladies. It is easy to assemble, snap together, fold up and change attachments (carseat adapter is fantastic — fits my Graco Snugride great). Love the red color, a nice, true red that is gender neutral. I get compliments all the time. The basket is nice and roomy and the cupholders are super, I put my keys in the tray in between. I just can’t say enough good things about this stroller. I looked and looked for other strollers that sort of “mimicked” the designer strollers and the Kolcraft is the only one that delivers the trendy look and functions for such a great price.

  10. PAOLA THE BUSY MOM on November 25th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I AM EXPECTING MY SECOND GIRL AND I HAVE ENOUGH EXPERIENCE WASTING TO MUCH MONEY IN STROLLERS FOR MY FIRST DAUGTHER,WHICH NONE OF THEM COMPLETED MY EXPECTATION LIKE THIS ONE.
    I WOULD RECOMEND IT AGAIN AND AGAIN.IT IS VERY EASY TO USE ,TO LIGHT TO CARRY…..
    I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  11. Mom that loves cool thing 4 her daughter on November 26th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    This is a wonderful stroller. It is lightweight and easy to use. I love the option of seating my baby facing me or facing outward. It is so easy to change the position of the seat…I’ve even done it while my daughter was in it (it’s that easy and lightweight). Also, it looks great! Great buy.

  12. jb's mommy on December 6th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    After a long search for just the right stroller…we are so happy with the Contours 3 wheeler!! We even bought a Bugaboo and returned it, looked at the Baby Jogger City Elite and other over-priced strollers, but decided to take a chance and order this one. We are so happy we did!!! It is so easy to push and has all the features we were looking for! We love the basket underneath, the cup holder, and especially that it came with an infant car seat adapter. I was so annoyed that all the expensive strollers didn’t come with anything extra. So after you spend $900 you still have to spend more to get any of the extra features. No thanks! This stroller is so reasonable- and such a great product! Its even easy to fold up and get into the car. I love it and have recommended it to all my friends!

  13. Kris mommy of 1 on December 9th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I love the stroller, it folds easily and the fact that it has a seat or carrier attachment works great for when baby is to young to sit up and enjoy the seat and the view. I have been using mine since my son was 2 weeks old and have had no trouble out of it. My only complaint is that the instructions were slightly confusing so I put the break on wrong at 1st but that was quickly fixed.

  14. FirstTimeMommy on December 21st, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I’ve had this stroller about a week and really enjoy it. It is probably heavier than the average stroller, but I don’t think that is TOO heavy. The canopy is great and it maneuvers VERY well. I do like that my DD can face me or forward, and it is fairly easy to do, once you get the hang of it. Folding up and opening are a bit tricky, but it’s getting easier. I like the fact that it has a car seat adapter, even though I probably won’t need it since DD is almost out of her infant seat. I wish I had this when she was a newborn!

  15. mommyof 2 on January 1st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This is a great stroller. It’s strong and great for every day use. The only con is that it’s heavy. If you live in an apartment with stairs like me I would reconsider. Overall it’s great,easy to manuver and made well. My daughter likes it too It’s also very comfortable.

  16. Picky MOM! on January 28th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I just receivd this item last week and my hubby put it together in about an hour while watching the football game. My baby has not arrived yet but I tested it out by allowing my 6 year play around with it using her dolls. The weight issue if you want to call it that, is definately minor to me as I will only be lifting it in and out of my SUV. I think it may be “heavy” because of all the features that I didnt find on comparable lightweight strollers” plus I will take all the features AND the durability over lightweight. I was concerned about it not having the matching car seat option but the support for an infant is great with the security and padding. I will get a infant carrier for use on short stops where i wont use the stroller, so matching them up isnt an issue as I dont plan to use them together even though that is an option. I loved how I can use the reverse mode to watch the baby by simply lifting the seat and turning it around. I loved the durability as my daughters stroller was the basic travel system and did not last through her toddler years as it was not durable. I considered the $900 Bugaboo and then came across this stroller. I feel I have made very wise choice and cannot wait to put my baby girl in this.

  17. sandiegomom on January 30th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    My baby is almost a year old and we had use this stroller since she was days old… We love it. Yes, the handle is high, great for tall parents like us …. I love the versatility of the stroller, facing front or back, reclined or straight…My baby is above average in height and weight and she still has not outgrown the stroller, you can position the footer down and give the baby more leg room. Just to finish my baby love her stroller…IT IS NOT A JOGGING STROLLER…

  18. Rita the super mom. on February 2nd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I had originally spent almost $500.00 on a Peg Perego top of the line (at least that’s what I believed). I got rid of it quick smart and purchased this one after reading reviews. I thank God every day as I am loving walking everyday.Not only does it look great it actually is so comfortable. Love it Love it Love it!!!

  19. SophiasMama on February 5th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    We got this stroller, but in the green. We are having a little girl and I am being weird about getting things too “girly”. Firstly, I had the hardest time even trying to find a stroller that I liked. Wouldn’t even think I’d get a stroller with the 3 wheels, but we live really close to a park that we will be walking in a lot and this stroller is supposed to have good suspension for a smoother ride for baby. Both of us really liked that we could move the seat either reverse or forward facing. And the price! An amazing price compared to others I was looking at. I put the stroller together myself and riding it in the house we are excited to use it when our babygirl arrives (…in May!)
    Will repost a review once we use it after baby, but we’re just so excited about it now! lol

  20. sahaisal on February 12th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Its a geat stroller sp. for someone like me who wants LOOKS as much as COMFORT…Its an amazing design ..I havent taken it out on streets YET but I am sure its gonna be a HIT HIT…As all the reviws said its for smaller babies thats y I gave it a 4 star..other than that, IT COULDNT GET ANY BETTER..

  21. VANE on February 13th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    THIS IS DEF. A GREAT STOLLER ITS COMFY FOR THE BABIES AND NEWBORNS I GOT IT AS A GIFT AT MY BABYSHOWER AND I HAVE BEEN USING IT EVER SINCE MY SON WAS BORN. THE WHEEL AT THE FRONT MAKES IT SO SMOOTH TO RIDE AND THE BAG AT THE BOTTOM HAS PLENTY OF SPACE..IT’S TRUE ITS A BIT TRICKY AT THE BEGINNING BUT ONCE YOU GET THE HANG OF IT ITS ALL GOOD AND IT IS A LITTLE HEAVY BUT NOTHING YOU CAN’T HANDLE.

  22. Kathryn's mom on February 20th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    We just received the stroller and have only used it a couple of times, but it meets my expectations so far. I read lots of reviews before purchasing and people seemed generally happy with the stroller except for the weight and folding mechanism. I was purchasing this just for walking around the house, so neither were really a factor. It is heavy, so if you will be using this for an “on-the-go” stroller, I would reconsider.

    We put it together in about 30 minutes. In the reviews I saw many comments about the height of the handlebar. The handlebar can be exceptionally high if the rear axle is installed backwards. Once we turned it the right way, it was a great height (I’m 5’3″, my husband is 5’10”).

    The real reason I selected this stroller was for the reversable seat. I wanted to be able to talk to my daughter as we walked through the neighborhood. The reversable seat is SO EASY to switch. The seat is light; I can even do it with her in it (she’s 8 months old). Once you’ve switched it, just listen for the click to know it’s in place.

    It feels sturdy and rolls smoothly. It’s also got a nice, big, easily accessible basket underneath. Like I mentioned, I’ve only used it a couple of times. Hopefully I’ll be able to report back after a few months of use regarding continued satisfaction.

  23. Kaleb's Mommy! on February 23rd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I bougth this stroller for my 5 month old son, and I am very happy with it. It is a very nice looking stroller and a good price for it too. I liked the way the seat can turn to face front and back, this is useful when they are small that way you can always have an eye on them while on the go. It is a pretty sturdy stroller, I’ve even used it for my 2 yr. old niece and she fit in it really good, so it will last a while. The only bad thing that I have notices where the back wheels that are a little wobbly, but for the price I paid, I guess it’s ok. It was really easy to install, it only took me and my husband about 15 minutes although we did have some washers and screws left over, not sure if they were extras or we did it wrong. Haven’t had any problems so they might have been extras. =)I’ve gone jogging with it and it is a pretty smooth ride. It is also very easy to fold, but it can be a little bulky. I’m very happy with it!

  24. proud uncle on March 4th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Only heard about it, don’t use it myself, but was told it was very useful. Mom & babe whipping around the neighborhod. Fits a previously purchased car seat, very convenient.

  25. Jenn on March 8th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I received this at my baby shower so I haven’t used it with the baby yet. I did compare closely with the BOB stroller and I actually like this one better. This one is super easy to use and adjust. It is a little bulky and a bit on the heavy side, that’s the only reason it got 4 stars. I love that most infant car seats work with it too. The basket underneath is really big and easy to get to and the cup holder/tray is very useful. The other part I really like about it is that the handle is tall.

  26. Cheri mom of 2 on March 8th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This is the best stroller, it is easy to push and break. It is very easy to manuver around the mall, fits 2 drinks and bags undereath. You do not have to buy the car seat attachment as it comes with it. It is a perfect stroller for heavier duty pushing (soccer fields, dog walking, off road at the park), but is not for a hard core jogger. The seat faces towards the parent and then out when the child is older. Everyone comments on what a “cool” stoller it is. Much better than the jogging stoller I purchased for my older daughter!

  27. GEORGIANMOM on March 15th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I LOVE THIS STROLLER.I GOT IT ON BABY SHOWER..IT’S THE BEST.VERY LIGHT,EASY TO PUT TOGETHER.ONLY THING IS IT DOESN’T COME WITH CAR SEAT.I’M VERY HAPPY WITH THIS STROLLER.SO EASY TO RIDE.LOVE IT

  28. Lilly's mom on March 18th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I love this stroller. Somehow we ended up with 4 strollers and this is the one that I use most hands down. When Lily was younger I loved that she could face me. Now she likes to see the world. I like how large the basket is and how easily the stroller turns. The two negatives are that it is hard to get large bags out of the stroller without removing the seat and it is hard to fold sometimes.

    Lilly is 13 months (in the 85th % for size) and still fits nicely in the seat.

  29. expecting the second on March 25th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This stroller is the best ever. I had originaly registered for the City Mini by “Baby Jogger” but I’m so glad I stumbled across this one. So much beter and you cant beat the price. Very easy to use and really not that heavy at all. Looks great. Much better than the travel system i had with my first child.

  30. Mommafox on April 1st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Our 3rd child was a surprise and so I decided to splurge on a lot of items. This was one that looks so trendy and expensive and yet is not! I got a compliment at the preschool the other day, from a mom who was pushing an $800 stroller! It looks that good! I am still using the infant carrier attachment (baby is 4 months) but have used the seat (rear facing) and it is wonderful! It is so manueverable and just a fabulous stroller!

  31. chel on April 2nd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    very nice stroller and the price is good-my baby is 13 months,24 ibs and has a lot of room-he looks very comfortable in the stroller.It is heavy so I use it in the park and just for a long walks. It is definitely better than a travel system ( big wheels are perfect) and I do recommend it!!!

  32. KERRI on April 6th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This stroller looked great online in the picture but, once I got it home I wanted to scream. My husband I were shocked at just how many parts were in the box then, in our living room. We had two of the same brakes right/right or left/left not really sure. Nevertheless, we brought it back and exchanged it for a stroller that was less expensive and only had 3 screws to put the entire stroller together. Plus, it was an identical match to my infant car seat and the bonus to this all is that I still got money left over on a gift card. NICE!!!!!!!!!!!!!! […] I am still pleased!!!!!!!! I love my new stroller!

  33. pinkymom on April 23rd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I bought this stroller after I had bought one of the sets with the car seat. My little one hated the stroller we had but this one seems to be a hit. I also had read all of the studies about how it was better for babies to be able to see their parents when out and about in the stroller. We bought the four wheel model though because I thought it seemed more stable.
    The only thing I don’t like is that it doesn’t fold up as flat as some strollers and it is a little on the heavy side. However it is worth the little extra weight and it’s good practice because my little one is growing like a weed and getting heavier and heavier.
    It was easy to assemble and once I had folded it and unfolded it a few times I got the hang of it fine. I love how much room is underneath! I always seems to have a huge diaper bag and I can always fit that plus shopping bags under with no problem.

  34. yung mom on April 27th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I have this stroller in cosmic green which is a very very nice color. the stroller is very cute looking. what i like about the stroller is it is very easy to handle and maneuver, i can face my baby towards me and its not as pricey as the other strollers. what i dont like about the stroller is its very heavy and bulky, in order for me to put it in my trunk i cant fold the stroller with the seat inside i have to take the seat out(its removable) and then fold the frame by itself. and it takes up most of my trunk space.(i have an infinitiM35. this stroller would not be good for people that takes the bus or train and would need to fold their stroller. the seat also does not recline that much. and in order for it to recline the whole seat goes back not just the back of the seat like most strollers. ex. babys feet would go up when reclined not that much tho. i also wish it came with a rain cover. i honestly feel that my son will only be able to use the stroller until he is about two years old i think he will outgrow it but the good thing is it looks durable enough to last for a second child or a hand me down. i get alot of good comments about the stroller it looks just like the pricy ones!!the basket at the bottom is big. overall i am happy.

  35. Mika on May 1st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I had this stroller for over a year – LOVE IT.
    So easy to manoeuvre, looks great. My favorite thing about this stroller is that your baby can be facing you or look forward – perfect for the windy day!!!!! We are going to Europe every year and we lost a cupholders on the firs time in a plane but I bought a replacement from manufacturer. And if your husband can not put it together……..?:-(

  36. None on May 5th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I am very upset with the product.
    I took it to Mexico as a present, when we opened the box we found that the breakes was for the same side, when we supposed to get left and right side. I think I will no buy no more baby products from Toys R Us.
    I hope someone read this … complaint.

  37. ELI- MOM 0F 2 on May 15th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I BOUGHT THIS STROLLER 4 MY NEWBORN AND I FOUND IT 2 B EXTREMELY HEAVY I CAN’T TRAVEL ALONE WITH IT, THE HANDLE BAR IS WAY 2 HIGH AND CAN’T B ADJUSTED LOWER. THE ONLY GOOD THING ABOUT IT IS ITS CUTE…

  38. Mercy first time mom on May 18th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I wanted to get a stroller that my baby will be facing me and they were all so expensive so at first I got a Baby Trend Snap and go Stroller. When I first put him on the car seat with snap stroller my son cried, he hated it. He wouldn’t stop crying. He felt uncomfortable because he couldn’t sit up yet so I bought this one. I was excited when it arrived, it had so many pieces. We are pretty good at putting things together. When my sister and I were done I put my baby on it and he fell asleep on it. That was his approval. He loves it because it is comfortable and that is enough for me. One night he couldn’t fall asleep I tried almost everything so my husband put him on it and pushed it back and forth until he finally fell asleep. I get compliments on it looks like the expensive ones. People think I spent so much on it. It is so easy to maneuver in the street especially since I usually walk. It is a little bulky but I tried smaller strollers but my picky baby likes a smooth ride. Best of all the color Cosmic green is good for either boy or girl so if we decide to have a second child we can use it again. If I were to travel in the subway or bus with my baby I would usually take a baby carrier so how heavy and bulky it is isn’t an issue and avoid public transportation as much as possible with my baby. Also any stroller is annoying to take around when you are carrying a baby no matter how lightweight. I wish I would have found this one in the first place but I didn’t find it when I was registering five months ago.

  39. delly_bell on May 19th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I think this is a great stroller for the price.

    Things I love: My 1 y/o daughter fits great in the seat, with plenty of room to grow. Folding the stroller is SO easy, unlike what other people have said, but you cannot fold it when it is facing you. Although it is SO easy to turn the seat around!! Unlike 2 other strollers I have had to return because it didn’t fit, this stroller fits great in our small trunk. Also love the 2 cup holders, the child tray w/ cup holder, the HUGE basket, the adjustable footrest, the adjustable seat and the HUGE canopy that goes from completely pushed back to covering the WHOLE front of the stroller.

    Things I DON’T love: the wheels ARE a little wide, and I had some trouble fitting through aisles. It is also on the heavier side. I do not recommend this stroller if you are going to be carrying it around with you alot. Pushing it is a breeze though!

  40. njmom on May 19th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    overall: much better than i expected

    pros:
    greatly reduced child’s anxiety in stroller in reverse position.
    good value.
    nice quality.
    modern look.
    large storage basket under seat.
    can use for light jogging.
    looks more expensive. lots of people comment.

    cons:
    very heavy.
    bulky.
    complex fold-down process.
    more hazardous to fold down around child.
    painful assembly with lots of parts & vinyl fumes.
    parent tray does not close – items can bounce out.

  41. New mom on May 20th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Pros:
    Very cute looking
    Adjustable seat is very easy to use, as is front-locking swivel wheel

    Cons (and why I returned it):
    I’m 5’2″ and the handlebar comes all the way to my chest. Completely un-usable. Why couldn’t they have made the handlebar adjustable? This one change and I’d have kept this stroller.

    Also, the stroller is VERY heavy. I can’t imagine lugging it into my trunk very frequently and being happy about that. I bought this as my long walks around the neighborhood with the dog stroller and have a snap-and-go for trips in the car, so I could deal with the weight, but yikes, it is heavy!

  42. Mom of 3 on May 27th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This stroller looks nice and strolls on the sidewalks really well. It does not fold easily and the accessory tray constantly falls off. I would probably not choose it again.

  43. New parents on June 5th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I did a lot of research when looking for a stroller and in the end we decided on this one for its design, versitility and cost.
    Pros: * very maneuverable (zoom-zoom of strollers)
    * versitile seat, love how you can face child so they are facing you(great for infants)or facing out. Our son is 5 weeks old and we find that he is more comfortable in the stroller seat rather than his car seat so we have not used the attachment that the stroller comes with for that (even though that was also another selling point for us)
    * style- love the look of the stroller.
    CONS-
    * not very easy to fold up kind of a pain
    * not easy to lock
    * a bit heavy
    * takes up a good amount of room in the car
    I think the cons are minimal and would definitely purchase this stroller again.

  44. Lina on June 11th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This is a great stroller. I like all the options except I wish it would recline all the way flat for newborns comfort. It maneuvers very easy. I like the option of turning the baby both directions.

  45. cat on June 11th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I would recommend this product

  46. Mom on June 14th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This stroller rocks. We’ve loved this stroller form the beginning! It’s so easy to steer you could drive it with one finger. I loved the reversible seat when my baby was small. And the infant carrier worked awesome. I never had one issue with this stroller.

    I am constantly having people give me compliments about my ” fancy” or “expensive” stroller! I love telling them it’s a very affordable stroller.

    I have to get a double stroller soon, but I will surely pass this along to a friend!

  47. Jellybelly on June 20th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I love this stroller. I wanted one that would allow me to see my son while pushing him around and this is perfect. The steering is great, very maneuverable. I also love the way it looks. Very pretty!!!

  48. Mom of 2 on June 21st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I bought this stroller well over a year ago after using the snap n go for the 1st 6 months. This stroller is absolutely wonderful! It is the easiest stroller to push, and maneuver. The cup holders are great, although I see the new model, only one now available, only has a bar across the baby instead of a little tray with cup holder. Why they would change this great feature, I don’t know. We use it ALL the time. It was a little hard to figure out how to fold up in the beginning, but with a bit of practice, we had it down comfortably. It is heavy, which is the only con, and it does take up a lot of trunk space. I have used this stroller for Stroller Fit classes too, and it did great, other than the front wheel wobble, which when locked in place was fine. The reversible seat is amazing. And everybody comments and compliments this well-priced stroller, with the big-price look!!!

  49. AJ's mom on June 29th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Great product so far- this stroller is good for anything from jogging to walking in the mall. So easy to maneuver. Love the reversible seat and it is so simple to use. My son would cry in his other stroller b/c he was not facing me now he loves his stroller. Only reason I would not give it 5 stars is it is a bit heavy and a little tricky to fold up. Oh and it has a huge basket very easy to access! The seat is not huge so not sure how long we will be able to use it but for now it is great!

  50. Gwyneth the baby on July 8th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Great stoller and dvery easy to manuever. But way too heavy for me to be carrying with just myself taking care of the baby. Stroller is also very bulky to fit in trunk. I do like the stroller but if I can choose again I would look more into the Snap N Go.

  51. ReturnFormer on July 10th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    We looked around a lot before decided on this stroller, and I’m quite satisfied with it. Its not a perfect stroller, but then, I doubt such a thing exists.

    First, I’ll address some complaints that others had.

    Weight. Yes, its a heavy stroller, but all joggers are heavy strollers. I dont know why someone would buy this stroller if they wanted something lightweight. Maybe they just don’t realize how heavy 27 lbs is or they didnt look at the weight at all, but if you’re not used to lifting heavy things 27 lbs can be a lot. I’m guessing that people who complained about the weight also didn’t look around at other strollers of the type. As far as joggers go, this is one of the lightest ones. Most that we looked at were over 30 lbs. Compared to those, this IS lightweight, so if you want a light(er) jogger that doesnt cost $500, then this is the one. Keep in mind that you’re going to be lifting a 30 lb child soon (if they aren’t that big already) so this is good practice. Despite the weight, my wife was still able to bump it up our steps, with our baby in it.

    Tipping. We just got it today, so we haven’t used it so much, but we did go around the block and then shopping with it, and we had no problem with it feeling like it was going to tip, even when I purposefully made some very tight turns. It handled like a breeze, turning on a dime as we made our way through a group of kids playing on the sidewalk. Rolls really smoothly, too. Its only a few inches wider than the Graco Snap n Go that we were using previously, so maneuvering through things wasn’t a problem.

    Smell. There was a smell of new plastic when we first opened it up, but it went away not long after. By the time we got back from going around the block I didnt notice it at all.

    Folding. Folding and unfolding the stroller can be a little difficult, though with a little practice I’m sure it’ll get easier. Folding it up isn’t so bad, and you don’t have to pull both tabs at the same time, so thats no big deal, but unfolding it can take a bit of doing to get everything to snap back into place fully. Note that if the seat isn’t in it when you fold it up parts of it flop around a bit as theres only one latch holding everything together. With the seat in it its fine, though the seat has to be facing forward. If you plan on folding and unfolding your stroller and lifting it in and out of the trunk all the time, this may not be the stroller for you, but then for that purpose you probably dont want a jogger type stroller in the first place. We bought this for general all-purpose use, and plan to also buy a semi-cheap umbrella stroller for when we need to take the bus and fold up the stroller. Not that it would be impossible or a huge hassle to fold this one and move it around all the time, but it would definitely be easier with a smaller, lighterweight stroller. As I said before, though, if you want a jogger, this is one of the lighter ones.

    Assembly. Yes, it is required, but it wasn’t a big deal. Instructions were pretty clear, and everything basically just goes where it fits.

    Height. For me, the height is great. (I’m 6’4″.) The fact that its one of the tallest strollers was a selling point for us. I could see how someone on the shorter side could be uncomfortable pushing it, but my wife finds it perfectly fine, too, and she’s 5’6″. It would have been nicer if the handle bar adjusted, but for the price, I wouldn’t expect it. The handlebar is about 3’5″ high, btw.

    Seat. This could have been bigger. Our baby is only 10 weeks old and already seems close to the top, but we’re not too worried. Theres still a good bit of space for her to grow into it, and only half her growth will affect it. (Since the other half is leg growth which wont push her head up into the stroller.) It would have been better if they had made it a bit bigger, and if they are smart they will for future models, but again, for the price its great. Its great, though that it ca

  52. Catherine on July 16th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Do not consider any other stroller. You WON’T be disappointed in this one. Glides like a whale, over absolutely everything. I am violently happy with it. Zero complaints.

  53. Mom of little baby boy on July 17th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This stroller was so easy to put together, the ride is so smooth! My son is small but at the age where he is sitting up (11 pounds and 6 months) He fits into this stroller wonderfully and can enjoy looking around while we are out. I enjoy the feature where he is facing me so I can keep an eye on him. He was smiling right away when I put him in this stroller. I can even jog lightly. I have only been using it around the neighborhood so far, so I do not know how well it folds. But we are taking it on a trip coming up, so I hope it folds nicely! I also bought a joovy organizer that has 2 water bottle holders and a zipper pouch that fits perfectly. Love this stroller, my son will get to enjoy it for a long time!

  54. Sonjamom on July 20th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    We purchased this stroller and the double stroller. We love both of them. I have twin boys and wanted a single stroller to use if I took only one child with me. I would not use anything else. The weight is not a problem. Your baby grows so fast and this is a stroller that will last. I have had mine now for 20 months and still love it. It is hard to order things like this for us, but was luck to get them. I wanted quality and durability. I got it with this stroller. I would recommend it to everyone. I have used other strollers in the past with my older children and would never go back to them as they feel and look cheap to me. They never seemed to last too long as I use a stroller every day and I do alot of walking with my children.

  55. B from PA on August 5th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    My baby is 13 months and hated being in a stroller. This is the only stroller that he doesn’t put up a fight for me to sit him in. I originally bought this stroller purely for exercising. I use it every day to jog. Since I jog for a good solid hour, I needed a stroller that my son would sit in and be comfortable. It has a very cushy sit for him and he can see me! This is the only stroller that I could find that I could see him. And he loves that!

    As far as some of the other reviews on this stroller, I will say that when you take it out of the box, there is an odd odor at first but it went away after the first night. I didn’t have any problems with the way it turns at all. Perhaps the people who bought it and had difficulty didn’t assemble it properly. It does require quite a bit of assembly. I couldn’t put it together; my husband had to do it. The only other thing that is a little tricky is folding it. I rarely have to fold it, so I don’t mind.

    Other than that, I love that I can jog and see my baby! There is a two cup holder and a tray to put anything else which is convenient and the basket is huge. It’s just an all around great jogger!

  56. camarie on August 27th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    LOVE this stroller, used it with my Maxi cosi infant seat for the first few weeks, then at 2 mon I was able to use the infant head supporter and put him in the stroller and get him out of the hot car seat. Love that its a jogger and I can turn it to face me the whole time. Which it had rubber wheels, BUT is sooo smooth and pushes great. Kinda heavy but what stroller isnt.

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