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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.
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August 13, 2009
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.
Wonderful stroller!! By
January 1, 2004
This little workhorse has survived two 600 mile trips on two airplanes, plus countless jaunts around the neighborhood and to the mall. Not only is it exceptionally easy to open and close, (and yes, it truly is one-handed, trust me, I've had to do it with a baby in one arm on the jetway) but it's attractive too. My husband really likes that it has suspension to help us have a smooth ride. I like it too, for obvious reasons, but he just thinks it's cool. It's also extremely light for this type of stroller. I have no problems lifting it in and out of the back of my trunk several times a day. The fabric is nice. The strap system may take a little getting used to, but we like it. The shoulder straps clip onto the belt over the shoulders, instead of moving the shoulder straps aside as you would in a carseat. The sunshade is also fantastic. It blocks most of the sun's rays, and it's got a large coverage area. One of the best features is that our Graco Snugride carseat and the new Graco SafeSeat Step1 fits right onto the stroller with the back of the seat reclined fully. This is GREAT! It comes with straps to secure it, but we don't use them. I figure walking around the mall isn't going to make the seat flip off, as it might if we were off-roading with it. It has an adjustable cupholder, but you can only fit small bottles into it. The underbasket is skimpy at best, and it only good for putting a box of leftover food in it. The handles are a bit short for me (I'm 5'6") and I wish they were a little taller, or that they were adjustable. I also kick the wheels sometimes, but that's not a big deal to me. All in all, this is a fantastic stroller, and I'm expecting to get a lot of use out of it.
An Excellent Buy By
April 12, 2010
Baby loves to be up front and center in this very sturdy and reasonably priced table chair. Baby should be 6 month or older - needs to be able to hold head up. The baby is able to sit above the table as opposed to a high chair (without the tray) where the baby's face seems to be ON the table. Very light weight, folds up nicely, and comes with a cary case.
Excellent Quality, Excellent Functioning Stroller!! By
June 27, 2009
We have a 9 month old who was ready to move on from an infant carseat/stroller system. My baby is usually very fussy in a carseat and stoller...and we were extremely pleased to see her happy and content in it. It is nice and roomy. We wanted something mid-sized, good durable quality, that functions easily. We got everything we wanted and more!! The one hand opening function stuck a little the first few times...now it opens easily with one hand. It sits a little higher than our other stroller which is a nice plus. The canopy is very large and can adjust all the way to the tray for maximum coverage from the sun. The tray which I never had with any of my other strollers for my older kids was wonderful to put Cheerios in which also kept my baby entertained...easy access to snacks is always a great thing! I love how it fully reclines for napping. The purple/chocolate brown color was very stylish. And the basket underneath is very large and is easy to put things in. No regrets. I love it!!!
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.
Portable high chair review By
December 19, 2010
I love how easy it was to set up and adjust. I also love how portable it is. We just barely starting using it but, so far it has been great and our son is comfortable.
excelent By
February 8, 2007
excelent product
Great! By
December 26, 2006
We love this ligth stroller weight. It's easy to fold, the colors are beautiful, and it has held up well. The handles are very smooth and the basket is just the right size.

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