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Old 06-27-2011, 04:37 PM
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Micralite Toro Active Stroller

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Rating: 5 out of 5
  • Currently 5.0/5.0

This baby stroller offers all-terrain capabilities and a lightweight structure. Based on constant daily usage, the MSRP of $523.50 ended up being an adequate overall value, from my personal observations

Users who do not want to have to buy additional equipment as their child grows can avail of the sliding seat, which can be maneuvered into a fully reclined position and accommodate newborn children through four years of age.

Parents who find themselves constantly on-the-go will appreciate that the entire unit only weights 19 pounds, and that it folds easily for storage or travel. As someone who uses public transportation regularly, I can convert this stroller into a compact size in seconds, which really enhances peace-of-mind.

The rear wheels resemble bicycle tires in that they quickly adapt to terrain ranging from cobblestones to beach sand. The tires are air-inflated, helping this stroller tackle even the most uneven conditions while ensuring that the baby enjoys a smooth ride. As someone who likes to help my child experience the outdoors, this high level of capability was very important to consider during the research and purchase process, and thus far, it has performed as promised in this respect.

One possible downside for users is the fact that the seat cannot be turned around to face the parent. Given that this simple action can be very calming for a nervous or fussy baby, this limitation should be taken into account before purchasing.

Also, the stroller is prone to tipping backward if excess weight is placed on the handlebar area. So, those who plan to use this stroller when juggling heavy shopping bags or a loaded diaper bag should be extra cautious.

The ease of use and smooth riding capabilities make this a superb high-end baby stroller.

Review by professional reviewer, Sep. 1, 2010
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