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...
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.
While most umbrella strollers have short sun canopies, the Volo has a built-in sun visor and an extendable hood you can unzip from the back and spread out wide. It is made of a mesh which allows better air flow to help keep the inside cool and comfortable.
The quick fold and unfold mechanism is handy for parents who are always in a hurry. To fold, just press the lever on the back frame and fold the stroller inwards. To unfold, unfasten the auto-lock and pull the stroller upwards.
While most parents do not think of this as a problem, it is still good to point out that this stroller can only recline to 2 positions: the original seating position, and 6 inches more to the back when you unzip the back part of the seat. This angle is just enough to help toddlers nap.