I was looking for a stroller that would go on gravel trails and would fit in my compact car's trunk. I don't run. This is not a jogging stroller--if you want a jogger, this is definitely not for you. I read other reviews with some concerns, but decided to give this a try because it seemed to fit my needs. I did a lot of research and measuring and this was the smallest fold. My first choice was the Bumbleride Indie, but it was completely out of my price range, unfortunately. I've taken it on a gravel trail, up a dirt trail on a hike, and on a large grassy field. It's done well so far. The ride isn't as bumpy as I'd expected it to be--the tires are not air, they are rubber, but on the other hand that means no flats. A big plus is that the assembly was easy. I am non-mechanical and did it myself in 15 minutes. The only concern I have is how long it will last in terms of my child growing; he is 2 and just over 3 feet tall, and I doubt it will last more than another year. The harness height isn't adjustable, which is extremely annoying, so it's likely to either be too high or too low. But it does buckle securely. The tray comes off too, which is nice for putting in bigger kids. Overall, I'm happy with it.
- How accurate was the sizing? fairly
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. good
- Was the product free of any manufacturer defects? yes