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|Product Type: Standard strollers||Color: 1: Black|
|Color: 2: Brown||Color: 3: Green|
|Color: 4: Orange||Color: 5: Pink|
|Color: 6: Red||Number of Items Included: 1|
|Footrest: Yes||Headrest: No|
|Shoulder and Neck Support: Yes||Insect Screen: No|
|Foldable: Yes||Seating Capacity: 1|
|Orientation: Forward facing||Reversible Handle: No|
|Adjustable Handle Height: No||Canopy: Yes|
|Reclining Seat: Yes||Number of Wheels: 8|
|Wheel Material: Plastic||Swivel Front Wheel: Yes|
|Locking Wheels: Yes||Harness: Yes|
|Storage Included: Yes||Tray Included: No|
|Weight Capacity: 45 Pounds||Commercial Use: Yes|
|Country of Manufacture: China|
mamao4 from utah
I shopped for an umbrella stroller for a while online as I don't have many stores to look at strollers in my area. I saw good reviews of this one, and have to agree with others. It is a lot taller, sturdier and nicer than a typical umbrella stroller. I love the harness as I started useing this with my 5 month old. He doesn't tip over, or slide with it. The back reclines nicely which also keeps my baby from slouching or tiping over. You can recline it with one hand, but is easier with two as you have to push two spots to make it go down. The basket is deep, but not wide. Still, it's enough for a few essentials like diapers, wipes, bottles, extra clothes or small blanket for baby. I like the way the leg rest goes up, perfect for a baby who can put their legs straight, and when it is down, it is a little padded for a toddlers legs. The shade works well, I can put it almost over my whole baby if we are walking into the sun, and it is out of his reach. The only thing I don't like is the crotch strap, it is only a few inches from the back rest, and doesn't seem comfortable. I had my 4 yr old sit with it and he doesn't like it, but he is big enough not to need the straps anyway. For this reason it is a 4 out of 5 stars for me. Easy to assemble, pushes nicely even on the road, stores compactly.
Absolute Best Stroller for Travel
Mia's Mommy from Richmond, VA
The Mia Moda Stroller is hands down the best stroller for travel that there is. This is actually the second of this exact stroller that we have purchased, just because we like it so much.
Brittany Mom of three from Charlotte, NC– Verified Buyer
We love this stroller. It has all the features of a full size stroller with the weight and size of a compact stroller. It's extremly sturdy (no wobble at all). It reclines a little over halfway, it has a nice sized basket, has adjustable foot rest, comfortable high handles, easy to steer one handed, folds and unfolds easily, I could go on and on. The few cons: if you take it in the dirt and then fold it up, the front wheels can get the canopy dirty if you're not careful. The canopy is somewhat small, but usually gets the job done for short trips. We have an aftermarket sunshade we use for times when we'll be out in the sun all day. Also, you can unvelcro the tabs holding the sunshade up and it will rotate forward for better coverage (if the seat isn't reclined).
Christian from United States– Verified Buyer
i needed a small umbrella stroller to store in the second row of my van that i could pull out real easy when needed and this works great. the height is great because i am tall and it pushes very easily. i also love that it has alittle pocket and basket, and the harness straps that keep my little guy from hanging over. worth the extra money if youd rather not have a tiny cheap umbrella stroller. my only complaint is that its alittle hard to fold but perhaps its because its new.
TravelinTXn from Southern Pines, NC
I have been looking for an umbrella type stroller that was inexpensive and nicer than the cheapie ones. After reading good reviews I purchased this stroller. I was very disappointed. First of all the sunshade is very awkward. It is almost just there for decoration. It is very high up and too far back to shade your child. The hanging cloth flap that velcros to the back of the seat is not long enough. When the seat is fully reclined it just flaps there and gets in your child's face. The biggest issue I have with this stroller is the seat size. It is not very deep. It is about 5 inches deep. I think my sit n' stand bench has a bigger seat. If I did not have the footrest up the end of the seat was mid thigh on my 18 month old's legs. He is not a big boy either. He just never sat comfortably in it even though the seat is well padded. I found that folding it takes three steps. First the footrest needs to be up, then you unlatch the bottom clip, and then push up on the bar that is between the handles. (Not a quick process) The 5 point harness did not stay on my son very well. It is like they made the straps to far apart and so they would fall off his shoulders. I really wanted to like this stroller because it handles so nicely, feels really solid and well made, and the recline feature was awesome. In the end I returned it and went with The First Years Ignite stroller. (Very happy with it)
very portable and convienent
Cheri from Melbourne, FL
I like this stroller. It folds and unfolds quickly.Not too heavy.At the top between the handles when it folds it makes a place for your hand as a "handle" to pull the stroller along when folded.The leg rest adjusts so if the child falls asleep their legs arent hanging.I like the harness to strap them in,they can be "strapped" in but not glued to the seat.So they have some room to maneuver around.The storage under the bottom is convienent.I would reccomend this stroller and would buy it as a gift.My only issue is that my son is 3 1/2 and hes very tall for his age,so his head is over the back top part.We added material so that he could have a head rest. But this was a very common issue we found in basically every stroller.Overall,I'm very happy and satisfied w/it.It also turns very well and they have locks that are easy to use.
Lucia from Orlando, FL– Verified Buyer
I do not always find it easy to open up. However, I am the grandma so it could be user error. Otherwise I am very pleased with the quality and sturdiness.
Sturdy, easy to handle umbrella stroller
Robin from Massapequa, NY– Verified Buyer
Just what we were looking for in an umbrella stroller: compact fold, five pt harness for infant, easy to handle and a little storage on top of that! Highly recommend.
Mother of three from Chattanooga,TN– Verified Buyer
This is a really well made stroller. It seems very comfy and it rides well. It is very lightweight and compact for traveling which is the main reason I chose it. It opens and closes easily once you do it a couple of times. I love the bright pink color, although it does show dirt easily. My only complaint is that I wish the harness had some kind of padded cover because my little girl has rather plump thighs and if she squirms, sometimes the harness will leave a mark on her inner thigh. It also doesn't have any cupholders or a tray, but I guess if it did, that would make it bulky and not an umbrella stroller. I plan on buying attachments for it when I take it to Disneyworld. Overall, I am extremely pleased with this stroller!
Mia mode stroller
Twila from Zephyrhills, FL– Verified Buyer
I had a stroller like this for 6 years and wore it out. I liked it so much I searched for another one. I like how it reclines and accommodates a sleeping child very nicely. It is light weight and sturdy and easy to use.