Hot New Baby Stroller Deals $69.99 Summer Infant 3D lite Convenience Stroller, Teal

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  • Item Weight: 13 pounds
  • Product Dimensions: 18 x 27 x 43 inches
  • UPC: 012914326930
  • Item model number: 32693
  • Maximum weight recommendation: 50 Pounds
  • material_composition: 100% Polyester Fiber / 100% Aluminum Frame
  • Care instructions: Spot clean.
  • Number of items: 1
  • Style: 3D Lite
  • Batteries required: No
  • ASIN: B0776C6RFJ
  • Customer Reviews: 4.4 out of 5 stars 3,082 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #251 in Baby (See Top 100 in Baby) .zg_hrsr { margin: 0; padding: 0; list-style-type: none; } .zg_hrsr_item { margin: 0 0 0 10px; } .zg_hrsr_rank { display: inline-block; width: 80px; text-align: right; } #1 in Lightweight Baby Strollers
  • Shipping Weight: 16.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


The 3Dlite Stroller is a durable stroller that has a lightweight and stylish aluminum frame and is one of the lightest and most feature rich convenience strollers on the market. With an easy to fold frame and carry strap, you can be on-the-go or stow and go with ease. The 3D lite Convenience...

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There are no photos of this stroller in its collapsed form so I thought I would add mine to show what this looks like next to a conventional 20 dollar Cosco umbrella stroller. This one is considerably bigger and weighs 12 lbs while a cheap umbrella will weigh around 7-8 lbs. It's still much lighter than the heavy duty graco jogger strollers which are around 20 lbs or heavier.I recommend this one over the cheap umbrella strollers for the following reasons:1. Sturdiness: my Cosco stroller was flimsy and lasted me less than a month of ocassional use. The fabric began tearing from the sides and one of the legs of the strollers actually became bent upon hitting something. This stroller seems far sturdier in both its frame as well as seat fabric.2. While the cheap umbrella strollers only offer a certain degree of comfort to your baby, the seat on this one reclines to a sleeping position and seems comfier for longer trips.3. This one has a small storage bin under it, a cup holder, and a little flap behind the canopy where you can store things like your phone or keys which the small cheap ones don't. The sun visor is also considerably bigger than what you'd get in the smaller ones.4. The cheap strollers don't roll very well since the wheels on them are pretty tiny, and the handles are rather low making them hard for taller parents to maneuver. I am 5'3" and had trouble with the height of the Cosco. The handlebars on this one are well-suited for taller parents.5. This one has a very handy mechanism for collapsing and unfolding. It's very doable with one hand and auto locks. The cheap ones don't usually auto lock and my Cosco actually required a bit more physical effort to collapse.One caveat and the reason I took off one star is that the stroller is still quite low to the ground and my 30" tall 15 month old's feet are already touching the footrest, so I can see a child who is much taller (maybe 2 years old) having some issues with their knees being bent. Because of this I don't know how long it will last for us.
This stroller is larger and taller than basic umbrella strollers. It reclines and also has a huge storage area underneath. View my picture to see how it compares to our basic umbrella stroller. I bought as an open box special and it had no damage at all! Woo hoo.
I waited until I used this stroller on my trip to Europe before I reviewed it. I have to say, this stroller was awesome and I can't recommend it enough. Of course, there is no perfect stroller. After 3 kids, I have owned more than 7 strollers (that I can remember) from the top of the line to the $20 umbrella and they all have their pros and cons. If I had it to do all over again, I would buy this stroller for all 3 for airplane travel and walks around town. I didn't get an opportunity to use off-road much, but from my experience, you need bigger wheels for that type of strolling. Anyway, this stroller maneuvered through the bombed out, potholed sidewalks of Bosnia with ease. My in-laws live there, so we go often and I have taken no less than 4 different strollers there, and it can be the most annoying place in the world to stroll because there is no such thing as handicap ramps or ramps of any kind, usually. Also, the sidewalks have not been repaired since the war, so there are potholes everywhere and wheels get stuck. Once I hit a hole and my kid wasn't strapped in, and he went flying out, face first onto his stomach. It was a funniest home video moment but I couldn't laugh because he was crying. This stroller didn't get stuck but once or twice. It's light enough to pop wheelies when you need to, even when you have bags and bags in the basket and hanging on the handles. This trip we also went to Vienna, and it did great on their old school paver streets and in the U-bahn, up and down escalators. We also spent a day at a palace garden with LOTS of gravel. This was easy also; didn't get stuck once. No problems at all. After about 5 weeks away, the wheels are still hanging in there with no wobbling what-so-ever.The cons are this - you can not steer it with one hand, at least not with my 35 lb (16 kg), 3 year old. This is not that big of a deal for me since we have packing down to a science, and I don't usually need to steer with one hand. - - Having 3 lay down positions is great!... In theory...but my 3 year old didn't always agree with me that he needed to lie down, so he simply did a 3 year old version of a crunch and he was upright again. It was frustrating that he could sit himself up again when he wanted to. There is no way to lock it down.Those are my only complaints. I loved how the cup holder swiveled. This is especially useful on escalators and such. I didn't think I would EVER use the strap for carrying the stroller, but I did, several times and it was so easy. Not cumbersome at all. Folding down is a snap. Not sure what people complain about here. You just push down the latch with your right foot while pulling on the handle with one hand and pushing it forward with the other. It automatically clasps itself. Awesome for jet-way dumps. And it just pops up again after releasing the clasp. A snap.The pocket is perfect for phone, keys, lip gloss, sunglasses and Kleenex (God, do I love Kleenex, but that's another review! Europeans don't know what they're missing!) - - I love the high handles. Husband does to. I'm 5'7" and at first I thought, "These are too high." But I got used to them and love them now. DH had no complaints!I highly recommend this stroller. I can't imagine there is a better stroller for the price on the market today.

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