- Active Mobs
- Past Mobs
- Stroller Tales
- Cooking and Dining in India
- Coffee Customs
- Innovative Brick & Mortar
- Instant Inspiration
- Instant Gratification
- And the Kitchen Sink.
- Car Hacks.
- Childhood Memories
- Getting to Green
- Inspired to Move
- MCBW inspires
- Mobile Health
- Parking Payment
- Phone Forms
- Redefining Luxury
- Show us your Pantries!
- The Touchscreen Generation
- Urban Experience Components
* Ugly but the stroller we use most
* Light weight is huge priority. Hard enough to get the kids in the car. Dead-lifting 60lbs of stroller into the back of car is a pain.
* Collapses to pretty small package. Big plus when shopping. The stroller doesn't use whole trunk area. Can actually get bags of groceries.
* Overly complex collapse controls (3 points — 2 at hands and one at right foot) gets out of sync and won't close on first try most of the time.
* If there's almost anything in the bottom storage, the stroller won't close.
* Red plastic bit with 2 "C" shapes attached to the tube to hold the stroller closed. Fell off a long time ago.
* Dreadful pattern.
* Overly "gendered" color
* Fabric and color look dirty within days of owning. The fabric doesn't hide dust etc.
* Handles are slightly too low for dad (6'1") so he slouches to push. Can be uncomfortable in the back after long sessions.
* Larger than average umbrella stroller style wheels are good. Rolls over many surfaces.
* The 2 yr old will fit if we only attach belt across lap. 8mo old can use both lap and shoulder harness
* 2yr-old's feet sometimes catch on the top of the front wheels.
* Belt includes unnecessary "cover" that is meant to fold over and snap closed. Never snapped it over the belt buckle. Simply in the way.
* Seat has a zipper that can be undone to 'recline'. We've never unzipped it ever.