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GREAT STROLLER! By
January 1, 2004
We have three kids and wanted a stroller for our newest addition that would last until she was 4yrs or so. We purchased this stroller for our 2 month old. This stroller is it! It's the only one we'll ever need for the baby. I almost fully reclines; it's enough for a newborn. It has a 5-point harness which keeps the baby in place. It can hold up to 45lbs or so. All 3 of my kids can sit in this stroller just fine! (the oldest is 5) The best thing about this stroller is how EASY it is to steer! One handed or two handed.... with a 10lb baby in it or a 45lbs 5 year old.... makes no difference; it is wonderful to steer! The handle bars are great to. They are high enough for my very tall husband to be comfortable pushing it. It also very comfortable for my VERY short mother to push it. It really is the only stroller you'll ever need to buy!
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August 13, 2009
Love my new double stroller! By
February 24, 2012
I have been searching for a reasonably priced double umbrella stroller for quite sometime. I found this one by chance after a previous stroller I ordered never showed up. This one had many of features I was looking for, side-by-side,option to lay seats flat, baskets underneath and lightweight. One thing I wish It had is cupholders for both me and the kids. I'll just find some clip on ones instead though.
Great chair for picnic tables and granite counters By
July 13, 2012
We love this chair and it feels very safe when screwed into a table top. It doesn't work on our dining room table because there's a side board under the lip of the table, which is too deep to get around with the chair support piece. But it's wonderful for any kind of picnic table, sturdy counter, or other table that does not have a vertical board along the sides.
Inglesina Fast Table Chair is ju-u-ust right. By
January 30, 2011
Great, SIMPLE design. Not over-designed like other pillowy, padded products that make them ridiculously bulky. Table grip design is also impressive. Seat grips securely. No movement. Thanks for a well-designed baby thing.
Great all-around umbrella stroller By
August 5, 2011
As the mother of three kids under four I've had my fair share of strollers and the Trip is the best high quality, lightweight, all-feature stroller I've owned. I only wish it came as a double as well as it's superior in almost every way to Maclaren strollers.

** UPDATE 7/25/2011 - This was posted on Inglesina Baby USA's Facebook page - "Buongiorno Inglesina fans! We are happy to inform you that the 2011 TRIP and the 2011 SWIFT strollers were recently approved to hold a max allowable weight of 55lbs (earlier it was just 40lbs). Even though the user's manual still mentions 40lbs, be confident in the new max allowable weight of 55lbs. **

PROS
- Maximum allowable weight of 55 lbs.
- Lightweight stroller with aluminum frame (15 lbs)
- 4-position deep recline
- Adjustable footrests
- Compact when folded up - fits easily in the front passenger seat when I need to leave the cargo area clear.
- Large waterproof canopy with visor is larger than the Maclaren Quest or Triumph's.
- Tall Ergonomic soft handles are great for average to tall parents
- Rain cover included, stores in pocket in canopy
- 6.5" inch wheels and all-wheel suspension to better handle bumpy terrain
- easy one hand two-step fold. It's It is 2" longer and 1" wider than the Volo when folded up due to it's larger wheels and padded seat. A little longer but the same width as a Quest when folded.
- Rugged but comfortable waterproof, heavy-duty polyester material that is easy to clean.
- The dark colors hide dirt well.
- 5 point harness with padded shoulder braces
- Cupholder
- Storage basket holds up to 6 lbs/ 3 kg.
- Side carry handle
- For "minimalist" travel, you can put a Roundabout or Marathon in it, tie it with a bungee cord (without the child inside) and push it one-handed while carrying your child, with a backpack. Good option if traveling alone

Cons:
- More suitable for babies 6m+ and older because the harness is a little large.
- No snack tray or bar (for that you need to get a full-size stroller) but reality is, it's safer to not have your baby munching on food while you're not seeing his face (if they start choking you may not hear them, they don't always cough).
- Cannot be used with a car seat

If you are looking for a stroller that reclines that you can use everyday and still travel with, I highly recommend the Inglesina Trip.
Great stroller By
March 1, 2008
Love this stroller. Easy to use, not bulky like the Graco ones and it looks nicer than most strollers.
zippy inglesina stroller By
January 1, 2004
I bought this stroller reading good reviews and thinking it was a good middle of the line stroller. After only a few weeks of owning this stroller I tried to return it due to the fact that when opening the stroller it does not latch down to open safely and a lot of times did not stay latched closed. A few months after that the sunshade broke. I spoke to the customer service rep and he told me to send it back. After speaking to the mechanic who was supposed to fix it he tells me the 300 dollar stroller I bought less then a year ago is over 3 years old. I am very disappointed with the stroller and how Inglsina treats their customers.
Narrower than other side-by-side strollers! By
November 7, 2006
This stroller is GREAT! It's the only side-by-side that fits through doorways and store aisles.
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March 21, 2012
I love this stroller

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