Micralite Fastfold Superlite stroller review
There are so many items that you will buy for your baby that he or she will outgrow in a matter of weeks or months. The stroller you choose, however, is one item that last quite a while, (in baby-time, at least), so you’ll definitely want to choose a stroller that fits your lifestyle. I recently had the pleasure of testing a Micralite FastFold Superlite from Scandinavian Child, and found that this is a great little urban terrain stroller!
Once again, my dad was the lucky person picked to assemble the stroller. Thank goodness for Papaw, right? It really only took my dad a few minutes to put the Micralite FastFold Superlite together, and it was ready to roll with just a few clicks.
The Micralite FastFold Superlite weighs a mere 14 lbs., making it incredibly light and comfortable to carry and push. Its light weight makes traveling with the Micralite FastFold Superlite a breeze. It’s so nice to have a full-featured stroller that is still light enough for me to fold up and throw in the back of our car for trips to the park. Steering is also smooth and comfortable, making maneuverability easy even with one hand.
One of the features that I love the most about the Micralite FastFold Superlite stroller, is the 5-point safety harness. With so many strollers, I have noticed that the harness does little to actually restrain a curious baby within the seat. The safety harness on the Micralite, however, truly hold your child securely within the seat, providing a comfortable and safe ride.
If you are looking for a stroller that is light, smooth, and easy to travel with, the Micralite FastFold Superlite is a wonderful choice. Quality craftsmanship and innovative design go hand-in-hand to provide you with a wonderful strolling experience in the Micralite FastFold Superlite from Scandanavian Child.
Disclosure: I received a Micralite FastFold Superlite from Scandinavian Child to complete this review. Opinions are my own. No additional compensation was received for this review.
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