The Pender is a lightweight, yet sturdy, comfortable umbrella stroller you can take anywhere. It is an underrated stroller with a remarkable price and great value.
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Pro The only umbrella stroller that can hold a car seat
No other umbrella stroller is car seat compatible.
In order to use it to hold a car seat, you have to recline the stroller backrest all the way down, adjust the leg rest to a 90-degree angle to help hold the car seat in, insert the car seat, hook the adapter/strap on the D-rings on either side of the stroller and snap the buckle to secure the car seat in.
Pender can accommodate these car seats: Perego Viaggio, Perego Viaggio SIP, all Graco Snugride, and Chicco Ket. The straps are sold separately.
Pro Reasonably priced
This is perfect for families who are on a tight budget. The guzzie+Guss is a sturdy, high-quality umbrella stroller that will meet your every need without having to spend too much.
Pro Can accommodate a small baby even without the use of a car seat
You can recline the stroller backseat all the way down, fold the leg rest inwards to a 90-degree angle and create a cocoon-like environment suitable for small infants.
Pro Perfect for petite parents
Considering that it is lightweight, portable, easy to push, and offers a smooth ride, this stroller is perfect for small/short parents.
Pro The extra large canopy shields your child from the sun
The Pender is equipped with a large water-resistant sun canopy and an extendable sun visor. You can pull them out to their full-extent to protect your child from harmful sun rays.
Pro Can recline into 4 different angles
Your child can be seated upright or laid back for a nap and still feel comfortable, as the Pender can recline into four various positions. You can easily adjust the recline to the angle you prefer using the lever on either side of the seat frame.
Pro It can be well-ventilated even with the canopy down
It has a mesh window at the top and a wide window at the back. You can open and unzip these windows for good air circulation, especially during warm weather.
Pro Can seat even a tall child with its spacious headroom
Even a tall child can fit comfortably in this stroller since the space from the seat to the canopy measures 28 inches.
Pro Can be brought anywhere using its carry strap
When folded, the guzzie+Guss can easily be brought anywhere using the strap attached to the frame. You can choose to hand-carry or carry it on your shoulders like how you would carry a golf club bag. This is the perfect stroller for travel since you do not need to stow it away with your other luggage and you can just unfold it whenever you need it.
Pro Can be used in any type of environment
You can use this stroller anytime and anywhere: whether it's raining, on the beach or in the city, without worrying about getting the accumulated dirt off the fabric. It can be wiped clean with a wet cloth or hand-washed using a mild detergent and water.
Pro Keeps the fabric clean by folding inwards
Most strollers fold outwards, leaving them exposed to dirt and dust during storage. But the guzzie+Guss folds inwards, ensuring the fabric stays clean.
Pro Can be used both in strolling indoors and passing through uneven roads
You can choose to lock the front wheels in place for when you are traversing bumpy and uneven roads or set them to swivel when you are maneuvering inside malls or the grocery store. Locked wheels will eliminate the stroller from suddenly shooting off in another direction when you hit a bump on the road. Swivel wheels will make it easy to turn corners.
Pro Easy to maneuver
The stroller only weighs 12.5lbs. Even with the combined weight of your child and the things stored in the basket, it is still easy to push around.
Con Difficult to use brakes
Most full-size strollers have one-step braking systems that stop two tires at once. However, the Pender has a brake for each tire which is a hassle for parents who are used to periodic stops and gos. It takes more time and effort to step on two separate brakes instead of just one.
Con Children will feel uneasy with the leg rest
The foot rest is placed at an awkward angle. Most children feel uncomfortable because their feet would keep slipping off