It's time for big boy to start riding around in a smaller stroller.
I need your advice. I don't want to pay a fortune, but I want a good quality lightweight stroller that will last a long time.
I've heard good things about the Combi. This model is right at $99. I also found a store with the model up from this one in last year's color for $99.
I've also heard good things about the Chicco - $59 for the first one, $89 for the second.
I came across an article in Parent's magazine about the UppaBaby G-lite - $99. Only 8.3 lbs!
While reading the reviews on these, I came across another stroller. The new Graco Ipo has great reviews - 4 1/2 stars at babiesrus.com. It's on sale for $79.
Here's what I want:
high weight capacity - I don't want Nolan to exceed the weight limit in 2 weeks.
easy to fold - preferably one-handed
easy to steer
taller handles then a cheap umbrella stroller
room for storage - the more the better
did I mention lightweight?
things I'd like, but don't need
machine washable seat liner
stand when folded
I want all that for under $100. Nolan and I are going to Disney in December with my family. I want a stroller that will be easy to load on and off the buses to get from the hotel to the parks. And something he will be comfortable in all day and something I will be comfortable pushing around all day.
Right now, Combi and Chicco are in the lead. UppaBaby was in the lead, but the only place in Georgia that sells UppaBaby does not have an UppaBaby G-lite to try. If I'm going to spend $100 on an umbrella stroller, I want to test it first. I also don't think it reclines. My sis and E both have Combis and love them. The Chicco is less expensive. I don't know anything about the Graco.
So, what's you opinion? Any more strollers to add to my list? Any suggestions or comments on these strollers?