Fatherly: Win Parenting
No cup holder, no bluetooth, no apps, no battery Charging station, no solar, no garage door opener. What else… hmmm
if you fold the handle back on itself in the folded up position, the stroller can stand by itself when folded
I’m a 21 year old woman that never wants children but this website is so fucking precious. A+
I like that the canopy can detach from the back and flip forward. No matter what time of day we are strolling/jogging/running, there is always excellent sun glare protection. My 12mo LO didn’t really care all that much about looking out of the stroller, but, sun glare makes for serious melt-downs. Now, at 26 months and a little taller, it’s less of an issue. As far as someone mentioned about comfort, this is the one stroller that she will climb up into all on her own and also try to push her dolls around in. All in all, the Urban Glide is my favorite, as well as my husband’s, out of the four (yes, four) strollers currently taking up space in our garage. I do find the parking brake really annoying though. Don’t even get me started on trying to “park” it in flip flops.
Honest and good presentation. It seems though, that presenter is not very conserned where actually the baby went, when he starts putting the trolley into smaller parts. That way I appreciate a trolley, that can be used after a bike, that sort of combination. And in some cases, if you need to use a car, you could change the whole sit + the child (sleeping or not) into the car. And then to pack the rest of the trolley. 🙂