Summer Infant 3D Lite Convenience Stroller Review
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The 3D lite convenience 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.
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Sturdy and convenient.
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 pushed it to the limit and I love it!!
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.
Good with minimal faults
Received this stroller as a gift 3 months ago. I like it for the most part, it is a decent mid-price range umbrella stroller. I had wanted the uppababy gluxe after hearing moms rave about it. But the gluxe is stupid expensive, and this stroller I think is pretty good for a fraction of the cost.
Took this stroller to Lake Como, Italy
After LOTS of research, I purchased this stroller a few months ago to be able to transport my one year old daughter around on vacation to Lake Como, Italy. The streets and terrain in Lake Como are far from ideal for a stroller, but this held up amazingly well over cobblestone streets, up and down stone stairs, through grass and dirt roads. I could not be happier with its performance. This is also incredibly comfortable for such a lightweight and compact stroller. The seat is nicely padded and FULLY RECLINES. This is such a unique feature for a stroller like this. We could put the seat completely back so that my daughter could nap easily on the go. The wheels were also very sturdy and smooth. The handles are nicely cushioned and ergonomically placed at a good height for me and my husband (I’m 5’7 and he is 6’0). The metallic part of the sun visor seems a bit unnecessary but the visor itself provides optimal shade and protection from the sun. The basket underneath could easily hold my large tote purse as well as a large large water bottle and a few other misc items. Additionally, it is incredibly easy to open and fold closed. We carried this stroller with us through the airport and all over the place during our travels and often had it folded up in transport. The attached carry strap was super convenient and the stroller felt very lightweight over a shoulder. I almost hate to admit that I might like this convenient stroller better than my $500 jogging stroller…I would recommend this product to anyone!
Worth the money. My 2 months baby girl likes it! Sometimes I just set it in the kitchen and put her in just to see me cooking. It’s easy to adjust. I’m planning to travel with my daughter alone and this would be very helpful.
Great for Disney!!!! Cheaper elsewhere!
Plainly awesome! Got it for Disney world after reading a blog and so glad I did!!! Shaded my baby, kept her burn free and perfect to shade her when she on fell asleep. Also great to cover your bags for when you leave your stuff on the stroller parking. A must have! However get it on Walmart.com its way cheaper than here and babies r us!!! Another great product i suggest is the Cool to Go clip on fan from Amazon, you can see it in use in the picture.
Works fine for GB Pockit
In general, the Rayshade is an excellent extender for strollers with *existing* shades. It is unlikely it will work on strollers without a shade. Setup is easy, although it takes a bit more time to fold it away. Coverage is HUGE! The pockets on either side are a bonus for storing lightweight items.
This stroller is PERFECT! I have had many different strollers and did a lot of research before deciding on this one, and I am so so pleased with it. I bought it to mostly use with my 4 month old, but my 4 year old fits perfectly in it too and loves it. The seat is huge and very comfortably padded. It has a very deep recline and is SO easy to adjust up and down! The canopy is huge and provides a lot of sun protection. I love the buckles on the seat it’s easy and adjustable and I like that it has nice padding around the straps and clasps. The handles are nice and tall, no hunching even for a tall person. It rides so smoothly. And the STORAGE!! I seriously believe it has more storage than any other stroller I’ve had. Even a big full size one. Love how easily my bag hangs on the handles and all the pockets and huge basket! It’s a breeze to open and close too. Not a super light stroller but definitely easier to maneuver that a big full size. As a Mom this was like a Christmas present lol. I’m super happy with it and definitely recommend! You won’t miss a full size stroller one bit!
… different lightweight strollers in an attempt to find the perfect travel stroller for our little one
I ordered 6 different lightweight strollers in an attempt to find the perfect travel stroller for our little one. I was looking for an alternative to our Uppababy Cruz with a focus on airport travel since babe has outgrown/is no longer interested in her baby bjorn. Weight and convenience were big factors, but also want babe to be comfortable and would like stroller to last us a few years and a good amount of travel. I’m 5’10, my husband is 6’3, and babe is in 98% percentile, so needed one that worked with our heights. For reference, babe is currently 7 months.
Not my preferred umbrella stroller!
The Summer Infant 3D tote stroller is great if your only priority is how large the under stroller basket is. I will also say at the start, my preferred Summer Infant umbrella stroller is the 3D Lite convenience stroller.
Review Of Summer Infant 3Dlite Convenience Stroller, Citrus
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