You could be forgiven for finding the sub-$100 price tag of the Summer Infant 3Dlite Convenience Stroller a bit unnerving. Could something that inexpensive actually be secure enough to transport your priceless child? But if you think a few thousand glowing reviews posted on the internet by other parents, the solution is yes. In addition, there are mandated safety criteria, of course.
This stroller handles to be somewhat low priced but reasonably watertight, and quite comfortable for younger children thanks to the reclining chair, cushioning, and sun color. It also manages to fold nearly flat and also to weigh in at approximately 13 lbs, creating the stroller light and compact enough for almost any able-bodied adult to lift with ease.
Disadvantages: Wheels too little for demanding terrain, children outgrow it fast
Pros: Great low price point, lightweight and compact, Great storage under
If you will need to carry your stroller on the metro or tuck it in the back of a car regularly, then this little, light stroller is a wonderful option. Should you will need a stroller that could handle rougher terrain, such as grass, dirt, gravel, etc, then this one is the absolute wrong choice, however. Its wheels are small and the tires have been narrow, easily bogging down on uneven ground. Having said that, this really is a town stroller first and foremost, and due not only to its moment weight and folded size, but also as a result of its large storage basket.
The pros adore this one, by really large. A writer using The Bump called it"super mild and simple to fold" but did note that it may tip if you hang on a heavy bag on the grips. In a write-up on FirstTimeParentGuide.com, a reviewer noted the"decent storage beneath" and also the"durable aluminum frame."
1 owner who reports were through seven meals with her three children (see, it is not only me!) Speaks for a lot when she calls this one"awesome" and claims she"can not recommend it " thanks to how readily it warms, its light weight, along with its maneuverability.