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Although it's just 1.5 lbs lighter and 1 inch narrower than the first version of the Vista, it's much easier to push even with the combined weight of your children, the double stroller, and the extra things you may put in the storage basket. See More
This stroller's storage basket is capable of taking all your children's necessities, and even your own personal items, minimizing the need to hand-carry other items. In fact, it's capable of holding up to 40 lbs. You can therefore focus on steering the stroller with both of your hands. Some parents even use this a shopping basket to reduce the need for another cart to push. It's also worth noting the basket frame's ability to open wide is convenient since it makes it easy to put things in and take things out without them getting snagged on the rim of the basket. You can do this by pushing the basket rim down. See More
You can invest in just this stroller and not buy another one down the line. You can use this stroller from birth (with car seats), at 8 months (when your children have enough neck muscle control) up until they grow older, provided they still are weigh under 50 pounds. See More
The handlebar is 40.5" from the ground and the rear wheels are placed at a recessed angle which allows room for parents to stride without hitting the back of the stroller. This is called kick space. Even if the handlebar is not adjustable, parents can move closer to the stroller and not worry about unintentionally kicking the stroller when they walk. See More
The 5-point harness system is easy for parents but difficult for children to lock and undo. 30 lbs of pressure need to be applied to unlock the button. This is easy for the parents who can already exert that much effort but hard for the children who do not have that much force yet. See More
Unlike most strollers which only has a small brake you can step on, the Zoe has an aluminum bar across the stroller frame that you can step anywhere on. This is helpful when you need to stop suddenly, since you don't need to look down for the brakes. See More
This is basically just the stroller you need from birth up until your children grow older. Its weight capacity is up to 50 pounds per seat, has a tall seat back of 18" and 23" from the top of the canopy to the bottom of the seat, which means even tall children could comfortably fit in this stroller. See More
When the seat is fully reclined, there is a zipper you can open at the top part of the seat and a window will be exposed. This is convenient during warm weather since it provides air flow. Also, this will provide a direct line of sight and comfort for the children knowing that their parent is just right behind them. See More
Its most beneficial feature is its light weight, thanks to its all-aluminum frame. It only weighs 16 lbs - the canopies, wheels, all of it - which is lighter than most single 'lightweight' strollers. Parents will find it easy to push and steer this stroller around even with the combined weight of the stroller itself, the children and the added stuff they bring along on the storage basket. See More
The Uppababy has a large basket under the seat where you can store your diaper bag and other necessities while traveling. It also has a wide opening so it is easier to put and reach for things. It has a weight capacity of 25 lbs and some parents even use it as a shopping basket, eliminating the need for another cart to push. See More
The fold and unfold process of the Uppababy Cruz is pretty easy. To fold, just pull the gray triggers at the sides and pull the stroller towards the back until the frame folds. To unfold, remove the gray lock keeping the stroller together and pull it upwards using the handlebar, in one motion. See More
Because of the Uppababy's large wheels, measuring 11" in diameter, rides are smoother compared to its competitors. You can stroll outdoors without having to worry about your baby being bumped around on his/her seat because of the shock-absorbing front and rear tires. See More
The Uppababy Cruz is a 'travel-system' and it can be used with several other Uppababy products like the Mesa car seat and the bassinet. They can easily be attached and released with the help of the buttons at either side of the frame which snaps lock without the need for adapters or connectors. So instead of removing your baby from his bassinet and transferring him to the stroller seat, all you have to do is attach his bassinet/car seat to the stroller frame and you are good to go. See More
The suspension system has better shock absorption on varied terrains like gravel and bumpy roads, than non-jogging strollers. It serves as a natural cushioning and allows the front wheel to bounce when passing over a bump in the road. The tires roll over bumps easily, lessening the impact transferred to your baby's body. See More
This jogging stroller does not have a handbrake, which is an important feature that gives parents added control when running on varied terrain or on a downhill road, since it enables them to restrain the stroller's speed. The Thule only has a parking brake at the bottom of the stroller which, when stepped on, stops both rear wheels at the same time. See More
The Urban Glide, like all strollers, has a 5-point harness with padded shoulder straps, and belts across the hips and between the legs. This is especially important in minimizing injuries in the event of a stroller flip or in the case of a crash. See More
In case you accidentally release your grip on the handlebar, the safety strap worn on your wrist and attached to the handle prevents the stroller from rolling further away from you. It acts like a short leash that limits the stroller's motion. See More
The Urban Glide has a 12" front wheel and 16" rear wheels. It's easy to maneuver because the front wheel can either be swiveled during regular/non-jogging days or locked into place on jogging days. This ability to switch from swivel to lock is an advantage since a swiveling wheel makes it easy to turn corners and switch directions during your normal daily activities. On the other hand, a locked wheel ensures that the stroller runs straight and doesn't shoot off in a different direction as it goes over a bump when jogging. See More
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