This was a gift to my daughter for her 11st child, she said she wanted something different than the usual strollers you get that with the 3D Flip. Once you figure out how to open & close it with lever on back it's really nice. Kinda of Bucky to carry needs more closure to carry around but the fact that there is a strap to carry it is nice as well. Overall we like it minus the fact that my daughter feels that its made for small framed moms, it you're of the thicker frame you need to work more from the sides than in between the handles.
I have not used it yet. But I think it will come in handy when moving the car seat carrier and baby in and out of the car. To be able to put in and out to run into the store or picking up a child,from preschool, instead of carring the seat around. The stroller is compact to put in a vehicle. I believe it will be so useful. Being universal you can just about use any baby car seat carrier in it.
I got the Zooper because I had an o.co gift certificate and the Zooper rated best of the strollers in my budget. It was delivered quickly, was easy to put together and I love the basket size and the HUGE canopy! It can open enough to drop below the arm rest and almost completely cover my son. The pockets in the back are handy for keys, phone, etc and the tight turning radius was a blessing when we went to San Diego on the train and traveled by trolley while we were there. I was easily able to maneuver him into a packed trolley without too much trouble. Now to the downsides. I'm not terribly tall (5'7"), but the Zooper is really built for smaller people when it comes to handle height and the frame piece between the back wheels. It's ok if I'm just moseying, but if I want to walk faster or stand more upright, it's a literal pain. If I take anything remotely near a full stride, my feet are bashing into the frame or hitting the wheels and the static handles don't help either. I like to take the Zooper on walks, but find my shoulders get so tense from rolling forward so I can hold the handles. If they telescoped at all, it would be so much better and allow taller parents to stand further back, hold the handles comfortably and take a longer stride. On a side note, the right rod the makes the handle isn't straight and came out of the box that way. The rest of the frame is straight, except that piece.
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