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  • Love this!
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    I love this stroller! Only problem I've had is when I opened it one day the plastic snap that the harness straps buckle into broke because it got stuck on something.

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    ccmama3 February 9, 2013
  • Pretty good.
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    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.

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    you812 August 9, 2012
  • wonderful stroller
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    What a gereat stroller. We orderedthis product to take camping and into the mountains. The large wheels made it easy to go over the rough ground. This stroller was easy to put in/out of the car, just a little heavy. It is bulkie in the car so takes up alot of room. Easy to open and close. Kid friendly also.I recommend this stoller completely.

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    froggy2816 August 1, 2012
  • For the price I paid, it is well worth it.
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    I will be brief. I was using a 'deluxe' folding type of stroller for our son who is now 13 months old. It retails for around $300 but we bought it used for $55. I got the itch to purchase something more maneuverable and cool looking at an affordable price (and new, not used). After much searching and reading countless reviews, I went with the Urban Advantage. The cons: looks cool, it is very easy to maneuver in stores, malls, sidewalks, etc, the sun shade is decent, the kick stand works great, the quality of materials is good, the safety is good and the large tires make the ride smooth for my baby. The cons: it is indeed bulky when folded, the 5 point safety harness seems a bit loose for smaller babies and it is a pain to raise the seat from an incline to upright. The last con is worth mentioning because it seems to be a design flaw. To raise the seat, you have to tuck some material in so that the latches snap in place correctly. The fact is, for the price, this stroller does what I want and I can put up with the cons.

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    giljoe September 7, 2011
  • Love this for my 3rd baby

    This stroller pushes so easy, haS a wrist strap for safety on hills. I got this for my 3rd baby and couldnt be happier!

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    rebeccamom May 10, 2011
  • Cheaply made

    The kickstand is a great idea but the stroller quality is absolute garbage. The first clue this stroller is going to suck right out of the box is the rubber covered foam instead of air tires. They really dropped the ball there, anyone who has ever bought a cheap stroller knows that air tires are the only thing that can make it over everything from slippery mall floors to the sidewalk, never mind rougher terrain like a hard pack hiking trail. The handle is small and covered in cheap foam and the button to fold the stroller is too close to the button to open the lid on the parent tray so the parent tray is useless. The stroller seems to steer like a dream until you put a 25 pound baby in it, then the stroller is sluggish and seems to struggle under the weight. It also doesn't have any kind of shock absorption so it essentially is a sporty looking mall stroller, though you have to give them credit for the cheap plastic pieces they stuck on the frame at the back that serve no purpose other than to make it LOOK like it has shocks. That's the sign of a company that is truly looking out for your baby's safety right there. Next we have the comfort factor. The seat is MUCH too shallow even for my 16 month old (who can already touch the foot rest above the wheel) and is very difficult to put into the fully upright position. The tray is nice and low for them, but the cupholder is rather small for sippy cups and gets in the way. You either have to take the tray off completely or watch helplessly as your toddler kicks and sends the tray full of cheerios flying all over the mall floor as you try to lift him out in the middle of a tantrum (yes that happened). And really if he wanted to, he could push the tray right off himself which he would be sure to discover within a few months. Not to mention the color is BUTT UGLY. It's that powder blue color that was all the rage in the 90s and the fabric seems flimsy and again, cheap. The other thing that bothers me about this stroller is that it does not stand on its own when folded. For the same price, you can get a similar better quality stroller at most big box stores...(we won't mention any names!)

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    hoardstrollers January 26, 2010
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