That is why my wife and I have been thrilled with all the Nuna DEMI Grow Stroller we are currently using along with our newborn daughter. The stroller is agile and lightturning on a dime with a single hand on the handlebar, yet it rolls over bumps and rough street easily, absorbing much of the shaking. The storage basket under is ample enough to a moderate grocery shopping and the hood offers tons of sunshine coverage for our baby girl.
Pros: Lightweight and nimble, multiple configuration options, rapid and easy compact folding
And at a write up from Little Baby Gear, the DEMI Grow was hailed as "simple and functional," easy to fold upward or set up, and with a dozen"chairs configuration choices."
But there are just two reasons above all that the DEMI Grow was a game changer. First, it works with our Nuna PIPA Lite car seat, so we never have to rouse a sleeping baby to change from car to stroller. Secondly, the DEMI Grow is so lightweight that my spouse can easily lift it into the trunk of an SUV, and it folds small enough to add a slender coat closet at home.
Why you are going to love itThe Nuna DEMI Grow Stroller is lightweight yet sturdy, it folds with ease, and could accommodate two kids simultaneously.
Together with the car seat settings, the DEMI Grow may also accommodate a baby seat, a toddler chair, and it can also be used together with two children at exactly the identical time within an over/under configuration. Total disclosure, we've never tried that arrangement, since we have a couple of different strollers for our older child.
A customer inspection made on Nordstrom's site echoes several of my sentiments, stating the DEMI Grow"is made soundly but stays mild," adding the good point that it"is made of stunning fabrics"
Disadvantages: Pricey option, particularly with Extra options
After we had our first child, we purchased among the safest car seats we can find and we all bought one of the best strollers we could find. And the two were good, less or more. The car seat was soft and supportive for our child, and also gave us peace of mind. Nevertheless, it was savagely heavy. Along with the stroller was responsive and rugged and had great storage space beneath, however, it was big and bulky even when collapsed. Worst of all? The vehicle seat and stroller weren't harmonious, so every time we had to transition that our baby from car to stroller or vice-versa, we needed to unbuckle him, scoop him up, and then strap him straight back in, which essentially ensured hysterical crying.