Graco MetroLite Stroller Review – Birkshire

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Rating: 4.2 out of 5 (48 reviews)

The aluminum-framed MetroLite provides the sturdiness of a standard-size stroller with the comfort and convenience of a lightweight stroller. The comfy seat reclines to 3 positions, including nearly flat for infants. An adjustable handle allows mom and dad to each adjust the stroller to their height needs, and both mom and dad are sure to enjoy the one-hand fold mechanism, which makes storing the stroller a breeze. An extra-large lower-and-load storage basket makes it easy to access even when your child is asleep! The MetroLite also features a quilted infant head rest, a large canopy with top and rear peek-a-boo windows, and a child snack tray outfitted with a cup holder. Harness covers make being buckled in just a little more comfortable. Best of all, this stroller accepts Graco SnugRide and Infant SafeSeat car seats (sold separately)!

Features

  • Lightweight, aluminum frame
  • Height-adjustable handle
  • Lower & load storage basket
  • Combination 3- or 5-point harness

Additional Info

475044

27E4DC41

047406090396

6J01BKR3

28 x 15.75 x 40

40 lbs

Light Weight

1

Yes

Sunshade,Cup Holder(s),Cargo Basket,Tray / Bar,Adjustable Handle,Weather Protection,Adjustable Canopy,Adjustable Head Support

City,Walking,Shopping,Travel

19.62

23.7 pounds

30.9 x 18.9 x 10.4

Graco MetroLite Stroller Review - Birkshire4.2548
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48 Reviews for “Graco MetroLite Stroller Review – Birkshire”

  1. Liana's Mom on February 28th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    My daughter is 8 months old. When she was younger I really enjoyed using it with the car seat/carrier. Now that she’s a “big girl” she loves riding in the stroller itself. The 5-pt. harness is important with my very active daughter. She’s an early walker, so I love how the tray can swing open – she is so proud to step down from it herself! The recline is great for a mid-mall trip nap. I could go on and on – but you get the picture. It gets and A from this former teacher.

  2. e'smama on March 9th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I have this stroller in a discontinued color. It’s fantastic! It’s lightweight, easy to maneuver, and easy to fold. Way better than the big travel systems that I see my friends struggling with. Smooth ride in malls and on streets and sidewalks. Baby LOVES going for stroller rides and we love the safety of the 5 point harness. Would definitely buy it again.

  3. Heman on March 16th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    We got the stroller for our 8 mth old who wanted to sit up more than just “snap and go” in her carseat. Loved the snap and go concept, yet now that we have the Metrolite, I would have gotten it from the beginning as the package of carseat and stroller. I take 2-3 hr. walks and need big durable wheels/stroller mobility and STILL light weight to load in and out of car; unlike then the heavy jogger models.

  4. Kelley-Stroller Addict on March 17th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    As a self-professed stroller addict, I’m almost disappointed at how much I LOVE this stroller. I keep looking for reasons to get a new, fancier-looking, Zooper stroller, but I just can’t justify the purchase.I originally had a Graco Quattro travel system. We used it for about a year, and overall it was nice, but it was HUGE. It barely fit in my trunk, and it hurt my back to lift it up there. I THOUGHT that was my only complaint. After purchasing a series of smaller strollers (including the Peg Perego Aria, which I HATED), I finally settled on the Metrolite. Once I used it, I couldn’t believe I had been trying to avoid it, it restored my faith in Graco.First, it’s EXTREMELY easy to maneuver. I mean REALLY easy. I can EASILY push it one-handed as I try to talk on my cell phone, or open doors, etc. I didn’t realize how hard my Quattro was to push until I had to use it (we gave it to my sister who babysits for us) again after getting used to my Metrolite. I couldn’t believe how hard the Quattro was to steer/turn in comparison. My son is 2 years old, 36.5 inches tall, weighs 29 lbs and is still extremely comfortable in this stroller.The adjustable handlebar is probably my favorite feature. I’m not short (5’6), but I hated the height of the other handles. I love that I can put this one lower, and that my husband can still have it higher.I also love the parent cupholders. They are plenty big enough to hold whatever drinks/snacks I’m buying. I do wish it had a little cubby for keys/cell phones like the Quattro, though. The snack tray for my son was a MUST. We’re on the go a lot, and I’m always giving him little snacks. My ONLY complaint here is that the cup holder is a little small, and most of his sippy cups don’t fit. It’s not really a big deal, though, because he just sits in next to him.I also LOVE the size of the storage basket. I can fit EVERYTHING I need in there. HUGE diaper bag, purse, and plenty of shopping bags. If I stuff it too much, I have to do a little maneuvering to get it out, but nothing I can’t handle.The folding isn’t quite as intuitive or easy, as the Quattro, but I wouldn’t classify it as a problem, either. As long as I make sure the front wheels are facing forward, it’s a breeze, although I wish it had a better locking mechanism, as it occassionally comes unlocked when I don’t want it to (ONLY while folded, it’s NEVER folded on my son). The smaller size while folded, VASTLY makes up for the differences in folding from the Quattro.We’ve had this stroller about a year now, and I see no signs of wear/tear, other than a little browning on the white part of the canopy, which is my OWN FAULT for leaving it out in the rain.We travel by airplane a LOT, and have had no damage resulting from their rough handling. The seat/tray are wide enough that I can simply set my huge Britax carseat on top of it, and wheel it around the airport, instead of having to carry it on my back. It doesn’t clip on or anything, but it’s plenty sturdy, in my opinion.The sun canopy is fairly large, but I do wish it had the double ratcheting feature that my Quattro had, so I could push it all the way forward and shield my son while he’s sleeping. I do like the window, though.It’s also MUCH easier to fit through narrow store aisles than my Quattro. The same could be said for the PP Aria I bought, but it had NO features, and was HORRIBLE when it came to maneuverability. The Metrolite was the real winner here.Honestly, my only complaints are things that I knew prior to purchasing (seat is not reversible so baby can face me, doesn’t look ‘fancy’), and my only REAL complaint is that I now have no way to convince my husband to get me a fancy [$] stroller, because this one works so well! The price was unbeatable, and it’s worth every penny!

  5. SuziQ on March 19th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    This stroller rocks!!! I originally had the Quatro Pro, which was way too big, and bulky. I exchanged it for the LiteRider and I am in heaven. It’s lightweight and easy to maneuver. I’m constantly moving it in and out of the car, because it’s my baby’s favorite place to sit/lay and relax.

  6. first time mom of Noah on May 19th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I have this exact model of the Graco MetroLite Stroller (Birkshire) and everything from the color/print/design of the stroller to the fact that it’s so incredibly lightweight and easy to use- makes it the best stroller out there. I have gotten compliments already and I couldn’t be happier. It has a touch of green in it which I didn’t know (ordered it online)but that only makes it even more stylish. It’s so easy to snap the carseat on & go. Great investment!

  7. Busy Bee on May 28th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    The main two reasons why I love this stroller is because it is perfect for quick maneuvering through any aisle, plus, the basket is huge enough for my Juicy Couture diaper bag! The one hand fold is also very handy when baby is crying!

  8. Yafoulli on June 7th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    Used this stroller (in a different patern) every day , at firth with a matching infant car seat (safe seat) . At first it was OK, but now over a year later, I really hate. This stroller is not durable, I a having (frenquently) difficulty folding it. The basket is droping . I find it too light weingh to the point that it lacks stability.
    Now expecting baby #2 I am definetly looking for a different stroller, and most likely a different brand.

    I loved the car seat (safe seat), but not the metrolite.

  9. mama2oliver on July 6th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    We’ve had this stroller (different pattern) for over a year now and still love it. It’s had a lot of use and still looks great. Nice and light, easy to open/fold, compact, yet comfy and roomy enough for baby/toddler.

    Would highly recommend this stroller.

  10. Rosebud311 on July 28th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I searched high and low for the PERFECT travel system, and am happy to say I’ve found it with the Metrolite system. After spending considerable time researching online and 2 hours in the store with a veteran mom, she helped me weed through the millions of available options to see which ones would actually be worth while, and those that were just hype. The big thing she stressed was the overall weight and compactness of the stroller. Man, was she right! I chose the Metrolite b/c it has all the necessary ingredients of the bigger systems, like the Quattro (cup holders, large storage basket, 3 reclining seat positions) but it’s so much lighter and more portable. I have another friend with the Quattro, and it takes her twice as long to fold/unfold as my Metrolite. My specific version also has an attached bug netting, which is awesome and doubles as a sun screen. I take 2 mi walks though the neighborhood daily with my son, who is now 7 months old, and it works perfectly. Since I had a baby in December, the travel system allowed me to use the car seat locked into the stroller and to close both canopies to keep all the cold air out during our walks when he was a newborn. Now that he’s bigger, he can sit in the regular seat of the stroller, and I can recline him back, once he inevitably falls asleep. I’ve had absolutely no problems with it mechanically or otherwise, and like I said, I’ve gotten some mileage out of it in the past 7 months. You can spend A LOT more money on European and other name brands, but to get the most bang for your buck, while having a high quality stroller, the Metrolite is your best bet!

  11. Zano321 on August 13th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    Great stroller easy fold, lightweight, and I have received many compliments on the pattern! I love it!

  12. Marine wife on August 19th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I have just received this product as a baby shower gift. I put it together in less than 20 mins by myself. It seems very sturdy and durable. I love the pattern, which actually comes with a little bit of lime green in it. It’s also perfect for my husband to wheel around, its girly yet not bright pink for a marine to be walking with. Will updated after she gets here!

  13. first time gramma on August 23rd, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I love the ease of how it rolls over dirt and gravel roads. We camp alot, and, it is great for walking my granddaughter around the primitive places we go. She loves to be in it. The seat is very comfy, I guess. She loves to be in it!

  14. FrankiesMom on September 8th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I researched strollers for months before my daughter arrived. I needed a lightweight one that wouldn’t strain my back. After all the research we decided to get the metrolite, mainly b/c of the affordable price. I am so happy with this stroller. It is great!! You can open/close it w/only 1 hand, which as a first time mom I didn’t even consider. I can break it down and get it into the trunck of my car while holding my daughter. It folds up compact enough to fit in my Corrola’s trunk and add 2+ suitcases. The basket is easily assesible while she is sleeping and the Graco car seat snapped in great. I would reccomend this stroller to all moms. It is a perfect alternative to the other pricy lightweight strollers.

  15. Chelsie 1st time mom on September 24th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    Car seat fits into it perfectly, the basket unlatches for easy access. The only problem is that it’s not very compact when you fold it up, it takes up most of your trunk room. The pattern is to DIE for!! And it has 2 cup holders for you MOM!

  16. frustrated mom with a broken stroller! on October 11th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I LOVED this stroller for the first year and recommended it to so many people. Myt daughter just turned one in september and my stroller broke about 2 weeks after that. It will NOT fold down anymore (i saw that another lady had that problem after a year) and the basket broke as well (it will not hook back up to the top). I have tried to use all of my might to fold it down and it will not budge. If you want a long lasting stroller then this is not a good choice.

  17. Free Time?? HA HA HA!! on October 21st, 2008 at 12:00 am

    Love the pattern and so does everyone else. I can steer this with one hand and maneuvers easily. It is smaller than your normal stroller good for storage but bad if you plan on putting your purse, diaper bag, or anything else underneath at once.

  18. walksalot on October 24th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I purchased this stroller due to it’s great ratings by consumer reports and by friends. After using it for several months, I am now replacing it because neither I nor my fiance can walk with it comfortably. The handle bar is too low, and the rear axle doesn’t allow for a comfortable stride. I’m 5’7, he’s 6ft, not so tall that we should be running into these problems. I’ve tried out other strollers and have not had this problem, so it seems specific to the metrolite. Aside from this issue, we love the stroller as much as most people. We’ll be purchasing another Graco, they can’t be beat for the price.

  19. Jmarr on December 17th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I loved this stroller because it was lighter than the rest, it holds the snug ride, etc.. Shortly after having it, the back fabric and board came undone (hard to explain, but basically, the baby’s head rests against a metal bar instead of the cushy seat back). I took it back to BRU and they showed me how to put it back together, but it happens constantly if you adjust the angle of the back. Also, like others, my basket broke. I loved the big basket, but unfortunately only got to use it a few times before it broke. I know Graco probably would have replaced it, because I had a problem with another stroller and they did…but who has time to keep replacing strollers. Unfortunately, the basket is junk. Very disappointed.

  20. Nia on December 30th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    We bought the metrolite stroller. It looks great. But it took a WHILE to put together. We haven’t used it yet but we hope that it will be nice one. It is definitely very light weight. We wish that babies r us or toys r us carried these strollers in store and not just online so that we can take a look before buying. Because if some parts are missing or if we do not like the stroller it’s a hassle to return it.

  21. Globetrotting mom on January 1st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    […] I travel a lot and we have a VW Jetta so we wanted something that wasn’t too big but that also reclined back for our daughter to be able to sleep when we went out, etc. The stroller is great for all of those features – it reclines really well, my daughter likes sleeping in and riding in it, the colour is ok, the cupholders, etc are nice and the storage bag at the bottom is really roomy but hard to get to when she is reclined all the way. Folding it is really awkward, especially when you have a baby in your arms, it is VERY big and BULKY. I travelled alone with my daughter to visit family and it wouldn’t fit in the trunk of the Jetta with my two suitcases, then when I got home it wouldn’t fit in my mother’s BMW (both sedans but both have roomy trunks) – so it had to ride in the front seat while I rode in the back. Then when I got on the plane, all the parents folded their strolles and gave them up plane side, mine they had to take away to the bottom of the plane and I didn’t get it back until I picked up the suitcases at my final destination – thank goodness I had my baby bjorn on me but I had a 6 hour lay-over, how fun with a baby hanging from you the whole time! So – it is a nice stroller if you have an SUV and don’t plan on travelling much and can be ok with the fact that it is a pain to fold (but dooable). I’m dissapointed and now that I am moving back to the US considering whether I will bother travelling with it or not – might just abandon it in the UK and buy something different. Oh I almost forgot – I went to a store and the back wheels are set pretty widely and I couldn’t fit into one of the aisles, I had to leave my mom with the baby while I shopped for what I needed in that aisle, not exaclty convenient. It is light weight and durable though, when I was trying to put it in the trunk while I was running late and my daughter was crying in her car seat I picked it up with one hand in a fit of frustration and tossed across the parking garage – it was fine and so was my arm!

  22. Isabella's Mom on January 2nd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    We got this as a shower gift along with the matching infant seat. It is absolutely beautiful. Our daughter has loved it from day one and she is five months now. I have received many compliments on the look of this stroller. It appears to be a comfortable ride for our daughter and is easy to maneuver, even single handedly.

    I did have to wash the fabric of the underseat storage and it was very difficult to take it apart. I wish the manufacturer would have it snapped in place instead of having the fabric looped through the bars. It would make it a lot easier to remove for washing purposes instead of having me struggle to disassemble it. Also, the cup holders are great, but for short cups. Anything taller than five inches topples over and your drink will splash around. I do not recommend putting hot coffee in there. I always hold my coffee cup and push the stroller with the other hand and it works great. I use the cup holders for my keys and bottled water. Also, this is a huge stroller when it is collapsed. We have a large trunk, but it has to be empty to fit the stroller.

    Bottom line: Despite a couple of design flaws and its bulkiness when collapsed, it is a great stroller for the price. Highly recommend it if you are on a budget.

  23. Jess, mom of one on January 8th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I’ve been using this and the matching carseat for nine months now and I love both of them. So far, I have found them comfortable, easy to maneuver, light weight and a smooth ride. My sister has a chico that she bought because she has a compact car. It folds up narrowly and long – and doesn’t fit easily into her car! Mine, though, folds up fat and short, so it actually fit easily. The trick is just to turn the handlebar down. Also, I love the fact that the handlebar is adjustable, making it comfortable for me (5’3”) to push and also for my husband to push. I’ve taken it through the mall, trails in the woods, and downtown, all with no problems. But the most surprising part is that people stop me EVERYTWHERE and tell me how beautiful it is!

  24. socmom on January 21st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    After trying the Travel systems we’ve decided to buy this Metrolite stroller because is lighter, so easy to fold/unfold that we didn’t have to buy the “frame/snap-n-go” to carry the car seat around. The basket drops to make it easier to reach it when the seat is reclined, there are trays for baby and mom and to have extra storage space we bought a stroller organizer and just strap to the handles to carry a few diapers, wipes, bottles, toys, etc…Perfect!!!The “Mommy Hook” or the “Stroll’r Swivel’rs” are a great help too!!
    WE bought the matching car seat as well and loved it!

  25. Birkshire by Graco on February 6th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This stroller is very stylish and good for both genders. It is as easy to use than any other stroller. It’s as light as any other stroller will be as well. But so far, very functional and beneficial for my baby.

  26. mama ll on February 8th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    We bought this for our son when he was six months old after he grew out of the bugaboo bassinet. He loves it and is now 11 months old and we have used it since. The only problem I tripped and spilled my black coffe (lukily my husband was holding him so he was not in the stroller) and I can’t get the stain out all the way, although its better.

  27. BCN on February 23rd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I use this stroller all the time. My daughter is now 3 months and we have used it since she was born. It is very easy to use, easy to store and my daughter loves it. It is so easy to access things we store underneath in the basket because it lowers so you don’t have to move the baby when she is sleeping! I would absolutely recommend it to all of my friends! It is beautiful and easy to use!

  28. ridsim on February 27th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I bought this for my daughter who is now 4 months old.I purchased it after reading the reviews , so far it has been great.

    The thing that I like most about this stroller is that it is very easy to fold you don’t have to bend down or anything.It is very easy to maneuver and the basket drops all the way down so it is very easy to access stuff from there and the pattern is really cool.

    I have a snugride car seat and it easily snaps into place.

    But it does take up a lot of space in the trunk and I would have liked a bigger basket.

    Overall i think it is a very good buy for the price.

  29. Mom always looking for the best! on March 3rd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I bought this stroller for my 5 month old and I have to say I LOVE IT! It isn’t only light weight but fits my britax infant car seat which I have to say was a relief given that nothing else fit. I do have to add that the design was beautiful […]

  30. Rebecca, the first-time mom on April 15th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    * Very easy to fold down for transporting
    * Light-weight for the mom-on-the-go
    * Love the fabric/pattern!

  31. Mile High Mommie on April 22nd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    We LOVE this stroller! It has been awesome from day 1. It even worked wonderfully without the infant carrier car seat / travel system set-up since my husband and I decided to use a convertiable car seat from the start.

    I love the cute and stylish (and more nutural) fabric styling that I thought would be good for a boy or a girl. This stroller has been very easy for me to put in and out of the car and it packs nice and compactly. It also has been very durable, surviving several plane trips with no scratches.

  32. Shan on April 23rd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I wasn’t sure about registering for this item since it was not available in stores and I could not review the item in person but once I got the stroller/car seat I loved the pattern. It is gender neutral and smooth. I am glad the car seat also fits right into the stroller even though they are sold seperately.

  33. Ssgt Addison on April 27th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This stroller is very expensive for an extremely cheap product. It feels like its going to fall apart, the wheels are plastic and look like they’re going to break. It’s a very bumpy ride for my daughter, it’s not soft or comfortable, and worst part, the visor doesn’t cover her face! We can’t go for a walk after 12pm because the sun is in her eyes and she fusses the entire time. It’s not well ventilated either so she gets very sweaty. They also don’t make a matching car seat so if you were to fit yours on there it’d look stupid.

    I recommend putting your money up and getting a BOB stroller. They’re way more comfortable for the child and you! The visor also covers the entire seat with shade, no matter what time of day you go walking or running! It’s way easier to fold and unfold it too, especially with a baby in your arms. Once you use one, you’ll know!

  34. Mommy of Aidan on April 28th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    We love this stroller. We have the entire Graco Birkshire line and love all of it. The only thing that needs to be added to this stroller is something fun inside for baby to look at and/or play with and you can add that yourself. Other than that, we love it. It is very lightweight and folds down with just a push of a button. Anyone can use this stroller and be absolutely happy with it.

  35. pennie on April 29th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Bought this stroller as showe gift my daughter
    and the front wheel fell of and the babyy is only six months as matter of face I bought the whole Birkshire line

  36. working mom on April 29th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I love this stroller!!! I have had a MetroLite for 5 1/2 years… it survived through 2 kids wonderfully. It is so much lighter than most other strollers-I could break it down one handed and “fling” it into my van while holding a child in the other. You cant get to the basket below while using it with an infant carrier..but I bought stroller hooks on the handle & carried just about anything! To clean: I actually just scrubbed it with dishwashing soap and hosed it down –let it dry in the sun 🙂 It is a great stroller for the price!!

  37. Lucas' Mommy on May 19th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    After extensively researching strollers and “test driving” this and another stroller, my husband and I decided on the MetroLite Stroller. I have been sooooo happy with it. It is one handed fold, super easy to assemble. It is relatively light and does not take up a huge amount of space in my truck. I have a Hyundai Sonata and I am still able to have the stroller in the trunk and put all of my groceries in there as well.

    People compliment me all of the time on the color/pattern and it is perfect for my little boy. The basket at the bottom is big enough for a regular sized diaper bag and a small purse.

    I am 5’9 and it is difficult to find strollers that can accomodate my height (there is nothing worse than bending down to push your stroller). The adjustible height handle is perfect for me.

    My only complaint is that the material does not breathe well and my son does get a little sweaty in it, but this works in our favor when it is a little chilly out. This summer I will probably put a receiving blanket between the stroller and my son to alleviate the sweatiness.

    I can’t express how happy I am with this stroller and I tell all of my pregnant friends to get this stroller.

  38. Victoria's Mom on May 20th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I love this stroller! It is light enough for me to take out of the trunk while holding my baby girl easy to fold and very convenient. We got the matching car seat and it makes a great travel system. If you can follow instructions you can set up this stroller. My daughter was 2 months premature and had to use an apnea machine; this stroller mad it possible to get out of the house even with her machine without to much notice.

  39. Mom of one on May 22nd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I use this stroller almost daily. My snugride 32 carseat fits in it. I think it is pretty light-weight for its size. I like the basket underneath, it makes travelling around much easier. I also like that I can fit my carseat in it if I like, and I can just buckle our baby directly in as well. I did find it quite difficult to assemble. I called customer service, and they had a hard time assessing what I was talking about, but once they did, they were able to help me put the stroller together. I also wish there were a tray to set things in by the handle (there are cupholders, but no tray there).

  40. Livia's mom on May 28th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I really like this stroller. It is lightweight and easy to use. The car seat snaps into it really easily. The stroller pushes really smoothly. I live on gravel and it is even pretty good on that. The basket is a little small, but I can fit her diaper bag in it and then I bought a hook to put my purse on.

  41. Stacey on June 1st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    […] About the stroller… I really love it. It’s lightweight and I use it instead of an umbrella stroller. Just one thing…Graco makes different patterns for different stores, so go on Graco’s website to see which pattern you like best and then see where they sell it. Wish I knew that before I bought my BORING blue metrolite.

  42. Karina on June 10th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Love everything about this stroller:
    Color is great; brown is perfect and not getting dirty as easy and paisley gives it a very nice accent.
    Very light; very useful – could fold, using 1 hand and awesome – huge storage basket; could lock front wheels for straight forward ride or unlock them.
    It took me about 20 min to put together. Awesome.

  43. Amy on June 14th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This is my 2nd Metrolite stroller. My 1st one is 5 years old and still in perfect condition but is blue, so I bought a neutral one for my daughter. This one is brown with a small paisley and is beautiful. I love that it’s lightweight and I can open it with one hand, yet it’s durable enough to take over bumps and even through a woody trail!
    Caution – I made the mistake of putting the seat cover in the dryer and it sort of melted!

  44. Doyle on July 20th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I haven’t used the stroller yet, except to help carry a heavy load onto the beach the other day, but it seems great. (My baby hasn’t arrive yet!) All my friends love the pattern. Does take up a lot of trunk space, even in my SUV.

  45. Mom on July 21st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I LOVE this stroller! I love the look of it, I tire of everything being so “cutsie”. It is so easy to fold, un-fold, and push around. The only part I don’t love is the basket is difficult to get to. But you get what you pay for. This stroller is a must have!

  46. Delilah on August 4th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    We just got this stroller as a gift. I haven’t used it yet, but at 37 weeks, the nesting instinct kicked in and I got to unpacking all of our baby gear. This stroller seems pretty durable, attractive, and was relatively easy to put together (20 minutes, with only a smidge of help from hubby). I’ve been practicing folding and unfolding the stroller with one hand, because that was my intention with wanting a safe ride on trains and buses…it’s kinda heavy, so one handed is a little tough…In any case, the print is really nice, the stroller seems very mobile and smooth and its a comfortable height (I’m 5’1) with adjustable handle heights. It also doesnt take up too much space when folded upright, which is good when you have limited closet space.

  47. FTM to Abby Rose on August 8th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I use this stroller everyday since my daughter became to heavy to lift her out of the car to be put into her snap-n-go.

    It rides smooth, has two parent cup holders, big bottom basket, and I get complements on the color all the time.

    The only thing that I would change is the incline when you snap in the carseat. It sits a little too straight, and when my daughter naps her head droop down alittle.

    But overall GREAT Stroller!!!

    FTM to Abby Rose 😉

  48. Janna~buying for my neice on August 13th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I bought this product for my neice. She loves to ride in this stroller. The carseat carrier fits just perfectly. The pattern is even more beautiful in person than online!

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