Especially for Kids TrendSport Stroller Review – Especially For Kids

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Rating: 3.3 out of 5 (55 reviews)

Especially for Kids TrendSport Stroller makes traveling with baby a breeze. The lightweight carriage stroller is easy to move. It is designed with a sturdy steel frame. the multi position recline seat allows baby to be comfortable while on the go. It is equipped with a parent tray an cup holders. One hand fold, removable child tray with cup holder and storage basket. Holds up to 40lbs.


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

Additional Info





5 lbs

40 lbs

Light Weight



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



17.3 pounds

32.4 x 15.7 x 7.4

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54 Reviews for “Especially for Kids TrendSport Stroller Review – Especially For Kids”

  1. Young Parent on March 3rd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    i use this for my seven month old daughter. My parents and I bought this as an “o i forgot the stroller” event, it works but it just seems like its flimsy. Although it is very light weight and stands on its own when folded, the button to fold it is a little hard to push in. the basket on the bottom barely fits a diaper bag.

    i think that this stroller is much more useful for toddlers 2 and up then for younger babies.

  2. Mom of 2 boys on March 4th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This is the only stroller that I use for my 1 yr. old son. I wanted to down grade from our big stroller. I wanted something with great manuverability, that had higher handles, and was light. This stroller is all of that and more. It’s got a good sized basket, a full “umbrella”, reclines, and has a cup holder for both mommy & baby. The only bad thing that I could possibly say about this stroller is that it basically folds like a larger one, meaning in half, but it’s much smaller and the locking device when you fold the stroller doesn’t work too well, but overall, this is an excellent investment for your money.

  3. Laura on March 8th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I was excited about this stroller because it looked like a good deal, but I HATE it! It’s frustrating because it’s SOOO hard to fold. Everything on it is flimsy and cheap, and we have a really hard time going over cracks in the sidewalk, because of its small wheels. I have a friend who has a regular-sized stroller, and everytime we go on walks and hit a crack in the sidewalk, she sails over it while my poor son almost gets a whiplash if I don’t prepare for it. It’s VERY frustrating. I will never buy a babytrend product again, as I wasn’t impressed with their carseat either. DON’T buy it!!!

  4. Sarah on March 14th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    After several weeks of looking for an “umbrella” stroller, I finally found one I like and was perfect for my nine month old. I kept kicking the wheels on most of the ones I test drove, and this was one of the few that I didn’t. And, of all the ones I looked at, this stroller was the most complete with a removable cup holder, bottom storage, a reclining seat for baby, a removable tray for baby and an adjustable shade. Although it does not fold like true “umbrella” stroller, it is a bit bulky, weighing in at 14 lbs. and folding only in half, but still only takes up half the room of a full stroller. I think the Macleran’s only weigh about 8 lbs. and fold up pretty compact (they also cost 3 times as much and have no cup holders). There were only two color options (black/grey & blue/grey). Overall, I am very pleased with performance of this stroller and found it to be reasonably priced.

  5. NOLAmommy on March 15th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Although I was willing to spend $100 or more on a lightweight stroller to replace my heavy travel system, I chose this stroller because I found that it had the best features of all the strollers in the store. It is very lightweight and easily manueverable. It also has a very deep recline that is easy to adjust with my baby in it (important for diaper changes since I refuse to use a public restroom for that) and a tray and cup holder that my little one can use if he needs a snack on the go. The basket is huge for a stroller of this size–it can fit our backpack diaper bag AND my large purse–which was one of its main selling points. I gave it four stars rather than five because it isn’t as sturdy as the more expensive strollers so I’m not sure how long it will last, and the button to fold it up is a little tough to manage, but you really can’t beat all the must-have features for the price. Also, it isn’t the cutest or trendiest stroller out there, but I won’t sacrifice functionality for fashion.

  6. jonny on March 16th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I wanted to buy the Trendsport lite 1510 model but all stores have replaced that one with this stroller. Looks good to me but thoughtfull in buying coz the back is left uncovered. I am worried if wind, dust, or sunlight might fall onto my 8th month baby when she is reclined.
    How are you guys who have bought this stroller already managing ?

  7. Mountainmama on March 19th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I recently purchased this stoller at a local retailer for our third and final child who is 8 months old. I wanted something less bulky than my travel system stroller but with more features, flexibility and taller handles than my umbrella stroller. After a bit of research, I narrowed it down to two strollers. I went and tested both strollers and found this one to be superior in both design and price. I like the removeable cupholders and snack tray, taller handles, adjustable seat back, and the LARGE storage basket underneath. The basket is huge compared to other comparable strollers. The only thing I have found to be lacking is that the locking mechanism that holds the stroller in the folded position doesn’t really work at all. This isn’t a big deal because the stroller is so light that you can literally carry it with one hand. I will be curious to see if this stroller will last for the next 2-3 years until we are out of the toddler stage. I am optimistic, however, as we have owned other more flimsy strollers that have lasted longer than I would have expected.

  8. Picky mom on March 22nd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Bought this after I went to TRU & they were out of what I originally came for. Bottom line, pretty good for every day use. My son loved the kids tray (can easily be removed) & I loved the parent tray. Also, it has a HUGE underneath basket. Most “Umbrella” like strollers don’t have these items. I love my Maclaren…sturdy, well made, will accomadate up to 50 lbs, but if you are looking for something much cheaper with some added features that you don’t mind getting beat up, this one works. Only problem is, if you have a tall toddler, the foot rest is too high & the back rest portion of the seat isn’t high enough…my son’s feet dangled freely and his head had almost no support.

  9. mother of 2 on April 1st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I thought at first this was like an umbrella stroller and was disappointed to see how it folds up but I can deal with that, but the fact that the back of the stroller when it’s in a down position is completely open allowing wind in upsets me. I would return it if I could.

  10. Hartleystudio on April 7th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    It’s a shame that [$] won’t get you a better stroller. My daughter is 2 1/2 and won’t need a stroller much longer. Our original stroller broke after 6 years of hard use so we only needed a stroller to get us through the summer and fall. This stroller is adequate. It drives pretty well but the brakes and rear axle are very low to the ground so they scrape over bumps and stairs. The seat and canpoy are small. The restraining belt is nice and so is the basket but, as a whole, the stroller is no prize. I just think that [$] is a good amount of money to spend and I wish it was a little nicer. One serious problem that I will have to watch out for is that when you run into a high sidewalk crack the stroller lurches forward, almost pitching my daughter out the front. It seems like the balance of the stroller is off. All in all, it will do for a few months with a bigger kid but I would never have this be my “good” stroller for a small child.

  11. SAHM on April 10th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    We have the eddie bauer travel system so I use that stroller when I’m out & about in public areas and on walks. I wanted something that was nicer then an umbrella stroller for when I take my baby to the mall. The travel system stroller is to bulky to fit through the racks at most dept. stores or even in children’s stores. This one is perfect. Not to bulky, we can get through aisles w/ no problems and it reclines so when she needs to nap she can nap (unlike an umbrella stroller). We use this primarily for when we go shopping. It’s not the best on walks since she cries everytime we hit bumps (she must feel them more in this then the eddie bauer). but for inside walking such as a store or a museum, it’s really nice. The basket holds a lot and the cup holder trays are nice too. I wouldn’t recommend this if you are planning on using it as your only stroller, it’s a nice secondary light weight stroller though.

  12. txmomofthreeboys on April 10th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    We bought this for our 9 month old so we wouldn’t have to take our large stroller everywhere. This stroller lived up to our expectations.

    Pros: Great size…not too big, not too small. Has a good size basket, love the cupholders.

    Cons: I have to use two hands to collapse it, it doesn’t steer completely straight, doesn’t close completely, and it’s very difficult to put in a sitting position if the child is in it.

    If the reclining/sitting mechanism were easier to use, I would have given this 5 stars, even though there are still a few Cons. This is much better than an umbrella stroller!

  13. MomSim4 on April 16th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I needed for the ride on the train. I’ll said is not heavy. My baby feels confortable. But is totally a disaster to fold. I can’t not use it for the ride on Bus.

  14. Nisha on April 18th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    i wanted to buy an umbrella stroller for Flight travel but i found this stroller to b light weight as well as nice positioned for sleeping for the infant ,but its pretty hardto unlock ,very dissappointed 🙁
    wondering wat to do ,just bought it today .

  15. Vickie on April 21st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I loved this stroller. We brought it last minute for our trip to Disney world It was only suppose to be a one time use. It was amazing it was very light weight. It has a really smooth ride and is really easy to maneuver.My daughter hates strollers but never had a problem with this stroller. We were able to fit a small duffel bag and a lot more in the basket underneath and it has 3 cup holders. It reclines. I could go on forever about how great it was especially in the parks and the airport. The only thing that bothered me is that It didn’t stay closed sometimes but even with that it is still worth the purchase I have three strollers and still continue to only use this one only .

  16. WOHMama on April 21st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I was looking for a lightweight umbrella stroller that folded easily, had great features like recline, snack tray, basket, good sun coverage and this was it at the unbeatable price of [$] on sale! I bought it specifically for outdoor outings like Disneyland and couldn’t be happier (and I saw a veritable sea of these there, so other parents must also be in the know!). It folds easily, the handles are high enough (I am tall and other strollers can leave me stooped) and ended up loving the parent tray and snack tray. The deep recline was wonderful- DS took a nice long nap! I definitely would recommend this one.

  17. Mom of one on April 27th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I bought this stroller for our trip to Disney World after researching MANY different strollers. This was one of the only ones that had the features I wanted–big stroller features, but lighter weight and smaller. Our daughter is a very small 11 month old (like 16 lbs) and she loved it the same as her big stroller. It worked great in the airport and great going on and off of Disney buses. It doesn’t fold up as small as an umbrella stroller or as easy (and you can’t carry it over your shoulder like some), but what do you expect for all the other features it has?? The basket is big, there are 2 parent cup holders, a child cup holder and a child snack tray. The snack tray was especially handy in Disney! I couldn’t believe there weren’t more strollers out there like it! I saw TONS of the same stroller in Disney so other parents must have found too that having all those features in a light weight stroller is hard to find. I didn’t have a problem going over bumps like some of the other reviews say, but Disney has pretty even sidewalks/roads:-). Some reviews mention that the shade doesn’t block the sun–and it doesn’t–but we got a sunshade that attached to it and it worked perfect!

    I took my Graco full size stroller to the mall the other day and it felt huge! Next time I’ll bring this one to the mall–it’d fit around racks much easier. For the money, it is a great value and I would definitely recommend it–especially for trips!! I hope it lasts a long time!

  18. Mama Mia on April 30th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I bought this stroller because it was the only one I could walk behind without stepping on or kicking because of my large stride.
    It is an average stroller. Very lightweight, but a little more bulky than I expected (takes up most of our Honda Civic trunk). The seat does not recline fully so it is best for children 4 mos and older. The recline feature is a little difficult to use while baby is in the stroller.

  19. Mom of 2 on May 4th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Love it, it’s perfect and easy to use. I wasn’t looking to spend a lot on a stroller. This one suits my needs and my kids enjoy it.

  20. Jen on May 14th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I bought this as a second stroller to swap out with my graco quattro tour when I shop in stores with limited space. The parent tray, child tray and basket is sufficient for holding necessities. I am very happy with it for the way I use it. I will say that the side bars are covered with fabric and are not padded, which can be hard for baby’s head to rest on – so I covered them with the padded velcro car seat straps and now they are fine. The buckle is a little tricky to disengage and the straps require more effort that I would like to adjust. It does not maneuver very well over playground terrain or when steering one handed but for the price and other pro’s it’s worth the compromise for me. This stroller is best for older babies – the child tray is a little high for babies under 7 months but can be removed until baby is older. My Odyssey absorbs the stroller easily. I would buy this again.

  21. Kate on May 19th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Got this for my 8month old- for the airpot & trip to Epcot/Disney.. cup holders/snack tray & large storage bin are great.
    Need to make sure your baby is a pretty decent sitter- no shoulder harness, but worked out GREAT for my 8month old.. who is almost 20lbs & 29″ long.
    Good Sun coverage for the theme parts- just make sure your lil’ one has a hat to wear (protect head- opening in the back of the stroller, or use a blanket).

    I had no problems reclining seat back and moving it up to a sitting position.
    I was eyeing up the other ‘strollers’ at the park- and this one seemed much better than some of the others.

  22. Jan on May 20th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I bought this stroller because it was in my budget. I was getting a lot for my money. As it turns out this is a great stroller. I’m a small person so the size and weight of the stroller is not a problem. I have traveled with this stroller and it was a breeze. The any cup holders and large under seat basket are great for holding a lot! I got this product when my son was 3 months (he is now almost a year old) and I have loved it and used it ever since.

  23. parent of 1 year old on May 24th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    this stroller is amazing! i love the fact that it’s light weight, don’t know why until now i’ve had those heavy cadillac style strollers!!!the buckle is not as bad as some ppl are saying. the basket is huge for such a compact stroller. the child tray is very useful and everything is so easy to clean. the recline is perfect, and it fits everywhere. Of course you can pay 3 times the price (at least) and get the aluminum frame lightweight strollers, but come on! for [$], this is a heavenly stroller. I’m 5 months pregnant and find it quite light and very easy to control and swivels like roller skates!

  24. auntyasher on May 26th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I use it for my neice when we go to the mall or walks to the park or the zoo. I am tall and found that other strollers I’ve used with friends babies are too short and I end up kicking the back of hem. This one is great! It turns very easily.

  25. momof three on May 27th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I was looking for a lightweight stroller to replace the travel system that we had. This stroller does the trick. It is much lighter to pick up not to mention that it takes up a fraction of the space that the travel system took up. From my experience with this product I would say that this is a great buy. This stroller is great for the trips to the store, walking around the block and so forth. My son is a big boy and we did not want him to be smashed into one of the umbrella strollers, I think that they look so uncomfortable. I was not going to torture him like that. This stroller had alot of the things that we liked about our travel system such as the cup holders and the basket. Our family goes to alot of sporting events so we needed a stroller with a reclining seat so he can still take his naps. So all in all this product was exactly what I was looking for.

  26. Working mother on May 28th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This stoller is one level up from the umbrella stroller. It moves around smoothly. Great cupholders and child tray. Basket has good space for diaper bag. Great for shopping. Only down-fall is when you fold the stroller, you have to release draw string on back and sometimes the wheels tangle with the basket as it falls during folding.

  27. First time mom of 4 month old on May 31st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    this stroller is perfect! the recline is just enough that my son can sleep comfortably in it, and i love the cupholder for me. I can maneuver it with one hand, and folding/storing is easy! its so light, (i’m 5’1 and 120lb) its no problem for me!
    one and only negative: no shoulder straps.

  28. CK on June 9th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This is the best umbrella stroller I have ever seen/used. It is rare to find a child tray and parent tray in a light weight stroller. I have had mine for 2 years and it is still in excellent condition! Would recommend it to everyone!

  29. Mom on June 10th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Great second stroller. I have a big sit & stand stroller that my toddler would rather “help” me push, so I needed a smaller stroller for my 1 year old. I actually went to the store to buy the Graco Ipo stroller but when I pushed them both around the store the Esp for Kids stroller was definitely easier to drive! It has a huge basket, cup holders for both parent/child and folds up/down so easy!! It is one step up from a traditional umbrella stroller and not as bulky as a “big” stroller. Great buy!

  30. mom of 2 on June 11th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    We bought this stroller so we could save some room and get rid of the full sized one we have. The storage basket is very large for the frame size and the seat seems well padded.The hood is large enough to block the sun, it has a convienient cup and snack tray you can easily clip on and off the front, the parent cup holders are not too deep, so be careful of that. It folds compactly, a nice space saver.
    The downfalls are you have to put the seat down every time you fold it up and it isn’t the easiest thind to get started to fold. It has a lock feature you have to hold while pulling a thingy in, anyway that’s a pain but I think the trade off is worth it. In comparison to the Graco Ipo hands down this one is better.

  31. Abby's Mama on June 16th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This stroller is OK for the price. It’s easy to maneuver and nice and lightweight. A little hard to get to fold up and you have to recline the seat for it to fold up right. I don’t like that it doesn’t lock when it’s folded up. When pulling it out of the back of the car it starts opening in midair, so it’s a good thing it’s light. Also, when you fold it up, the tray will hit the ground and get scratched up pretty quickly. I am bringing this back and looking for something else.

  32. Mommy to 5 on June 22nd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This stroller is everything I wanted out of a smaller stroller. I was looking for a stroller for my 2 year old, and this was the best thing I could have found! It is taller than all umbrella strollers which is great for my aching back. It is very lightweight so I can 1-finger lock and unlock it to get it in and out. It has all the great features of a bigger stroller like a snack tray and cup holder for baby, cup holder for parents, basket underneath, canopy for baby and it reclines. But it is so lightweight and easy to use like a small stroller.

    I love it!

  33. Gammy on June 29th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Very hard to fold down, button to push is too hard for me. Also, clip on safety harness doesn’t open without extreme effort. Almost had to cut it. Pretty much unable to use for this 52 year old grandmother. Would return but already used it to try it out etc.

  34. Jen on July 1st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I use this stroller everywhere I go! The large storage basket and parent tray are very convenient. The child tray is also very helpful (I often feed my baby in the stroller), although it will probably be difficult to get a larger child in and out of the stroller since the tray doesn’t swivel.

    Once you get the hang of it, it’s easy to fold up and is very compact, but it does take some practice. Be careful of the buckle and hinges as I have pinched my fingers in them at least four times. One of the buckles just broke after using the stroller for only four months. I called Baby Trend to try to get a replacement and was told that they didn’t sell them but to try to find one at JoAnn’s.

    It’s not very sturdy, especially on uneven pavement, but it’s great for the mall and smooth sidewalks. It’s not the most comfortable stroller for my one year old to sleep in, but it does a good job for the price.

  35. Mom in Jasper on July 7th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    My sister and I bought this product at the same time to be utilized while down in Disney. We love that it has a basket, cup holders and a umbrella for our little ones. It does sit a bit taller so it is easier to push then the ordinary umbrella stroller. The only downfall that I have seen is that my sister’s stroller started to come apart at the seem, she is taking it back to the store today to replace it. We really do love the product overall!

  36. Jill the busy mom on July 13th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I looked at this stroller today in toys r us and it looked like a really nice stroller. I liked the fact that it was tall, moved nice, and has a nice size basket to hold the diaper bag. It wasn’t till I put it together that I realized I can’t even close the stroller up. The red handle that you squeeze doesn’t move unless I have my husband use all the force he can muster. It’s pathetic. I’m going to try to return this tomorrow. I should have done my research before I went to purchase this stroller.

  37. tsquare on July 15th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I like that this stroller has a canopy, basket and tray, but is light and easy to maneuver. Much more convenient than the big “travel systems” once you are done with infant carriers 🙂 It was easy to assemble too. It’s nice and tall, the ride is smooth, the basket holds a good amount of stuff, and it has cupholders for the parents too. For safety, I guess it should have a 5 point harness, but I feel like the tray provides extra security in that area. The only thing I really don’t like is the folding mechanism; it’s really hard to get it to collapse for some reason, and it doesn’t fold all that flat. But folding and storage are not my top priorities, so I am very happy with it.

  38. Ohio Mom on July 16th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    When folded, the stroller takes up more space than my full-size Graco stroller. The stroller is also poorly designed…it almost tipped my baby on his head when we hit a small bump in the sidewalk.

  39. Missy on July 21st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    My husband is 6.5 and he is comfortable with the height. We like the removable kid tray w/ cup holder. We like the big basket on the bottom. We were excited about the parent cup tray , but realized thay are not very big or deep. Easy to push and handles nicely around turns. Small, compact, and great for a second stroller. Great price for a light weight stroller used for quick trips.
    CONS: Some assembly required. Does not fold compactly with cheesy manual lock. Does not have a see through widow on hood. Unable to see baby when the hood is being used. The hood needs blanket to help cover baby in the sun. The recline is different. It is a pulley system. Does not have harness; only a lap belt.

  40. toddler mom on July 23rd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Bought this stroller cuz my umbrella stroller fell apart. My son will be 2 in the end of september. He likes to run around and hates to stay still. I bought this stroller b/c it was a good price and looked easy to fold and it looked like it was easy to take on a metro bus. I tried it out but it is tooooo hard to close. It says easy lock and unlock stroller but its just impossible to close. There is no way I can take this on the bus if I can’t even close it.

  41. Busy mom of 2 on July 24th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I had to throw away this stroller after only 3 months. It has many drawbacks. The worst of all are:
    1. The “one hand fold” is nearly impossible as I only have one hand. My mighty husband struggled to do it with two hands.

    2. I pinched my fingers while strapping the baby in twice. Once my daughter’s clothes got caught & she was almost pinched, I threw the junky stroller out.

    The stroller looks fancy & is lightweight. But that is all it has going for it.

  42. Mom of 3 on July 26th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    It’s just ok.

    1. Easy to recline
    2. Basket is pretty big for such a small stroller
    3. Small cup holders (mostly just use it to hold keys or other small things)
    4. Has a tray for baby
    5. It’s easy to push and maneuver
    6. I used a 20% off coupon so I didn’t pay very much for it.

    1. The fabric is worn out at the very front of the seat on each side and the metal frame is showing through. I don’t think that is very safe at all. We’ve only had this stroller for 2 months and used it maybe 5 times.
    2. Rather hard to collapse, both the buttons sticking and trying to get the wheels and basket to align right.
    3. The buckles are very cheap
    4. The child tray is too tall for a baby (it has hit her in the chin going over a bump) but the stroller is too small for a very big toddler. The stroller will probably be outgrown in a year and my baby is pretty small at almost 1 year old.
    5. The lock does not stay closed at all once you do manage to get it collasped.

    Definitely not the best stroller but I guess it’s a good throw away stroller for a short term thing. I really wish I had used my 20% off coupon for something nicer but I just wanted a really small stroller.

  43. Liam's Mommy on July 27th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I got this stroller because I needed one that would fit in my car and our travel system one did not. I really like it. It does the job pretty well. I like how easy the seat is to adjust. The canopy works great. I love the tray. My son had a blast in it! It is perfect for the Mall, walking around the neighborhood, the park, where ever you need to go.
    I do have a few problems with it. It is very hard to close. It only has a belt buckle but no shoulder straps. Also the color on display was a very pretty navy blue with silver accents and the one in the box was red and black. Not the color I had wanted. Other then that, I love it!

  44. not your DRAMA MAMA ****** on July 27th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I honestly bought it because it was affordable. Oh but I so regret it..It’s lite weight alright!!So lite weight that it freaken wants to flip over.. It feels as though it was created for little girls to put their dolls in.. THE straps that clip are just ridiculously dangerous to adults as it is to the babies !!! THERE is no way you can fold it with one hand. IF you got a man to help you good but if you don’t GOOD LUCK!!!

  45. The SAHM on July 27th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This is exactly what I needed. This stoller has held up very well, and is easy to use. I can use the one hand folding feature easily and without any problem. It’s very light weight and my daughter loves her stroller! I’d buy this again in a heartbeat!

  46. momma on July 29th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    this is a great stroller! sturdy construction,great washable fabric.cup holders galore! the basket is super huge and back,to reach baby easily.brakes are fantastic.pushing it is super easy,and it is light as a feather compared to the usual strollers.i love this stroller! there are a couple downfalls though.. dont allow your child to stand and lean forward,(you know how some kids try and stand up and get out)..dont let them,it might be a tipping over hazard if noone is holding down the handle,as this is a Lightweight Stroller.the other downfall,if you want to recline the stroller flat,this isnt for says 6 months and up..i think this stroller is good for infants,with a head support installed with it also..but that is just my opinion.worth the $ !!

  47. Mom of three on August 3rd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    There comes a time when you no longer need the infant seat,and the big, expensive strollers just aren’t practical in tight,crowded settings. My family does a lot of traveling and touring, and with three kids, it’s all about convenience.

    This product has ALL of the practical features essential to a stroller (storage basket underneath, cupholders for adults, tray for baby, sunshade). It’s hard to find an inexpensive, light-weight stroller with all these things. I passed over strollers made by some of the more “popular” brands because they either didn’t have storage baskets, cupholders or trays, or were too expensive! Not worth the extra cost!

    The design of this product is stylish, non-gender specific, and not too “babish.” It folds down to a nice, smaller size and doesn’t take up as much room in the car as many of the larger strollers with all of these features.

    I have been very pleased with this product!

  48. gmom on August 6th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I love this stroller. Its light, and easy to open and close. Love the snack tray and dink holders. There is no need to buy any other stroller!!

  49. Ann Marie on August 9th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I really want to like this stroller, it’s lightweight, easy to fold, and compact. But I cannot manuever this thing to save my life. Maybe I am doing something wrong b/c other peoples’ reviews have said it is easy to steer. I have the hardest time turning this stroller, even when my son was an infant. And he is not a big kid, he was 18 pounds at 1 year and I still could not manuever it or tilt it back to get it up a curb. I’m now wishing we would have spent more on a better lightweight stroller with more substantial wheels.

  50. single mother of one on August 12th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    the stroller was great better then those $25 stroller. but the only problem i find is the lock on it after you fold away doesnt work for anything. you can adjust it easy in many different level. its a good stroller for its cost

  51. Andrea on August 19th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This stroller should probably be recalled. The buckles are cheap and dangerous as I have pinched my fingers multiple times and fear that the same could happen to baby’s skin.
    I just returned it. Very unhappy.

  52. Mom of ONE crazy little man on August 20th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I purchased this stroller and brought it home and had it together in 5 minutes with the use of no tools at all. Very easy to put together, my two year old could probably handle it. Has all the features of my previous Graco stroller, but is smaller and much, much lighter. I wanted to down size from my stroller that came with my travel system, but still wanted a tray for my son, one for me, and an underneath basket. I got everything I wanted with this stroller. It works great with my two year old son and he seems to enjoy the ride. Very easy to push and go between things while shopping and works out perfect for everyday use. I am so happy I purchased this stroller with all the features that any mom could ask for.

  53. mom on August 25th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    there is nothing to like abaut this stroller, and i throw away the box… can’t returne it back

  54. Mom of 4 on August 25th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    My husband insisted on getting this stroller because he thought it looked cool. We bought it for our third child and only used it a few times. There is a wheel that sticks so it doesn’t turn left or right and occasionally doesn’t spin. Then we had our fourth and we needed a single stroller and so we resorted to using this one. We found that the wheel works until you get a child in it that is over 20lbs. Also, the buckle is hard to connect and disconnect. Other then that it folds nicely and I like that the tray comes on and off easily.