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  • Blitzmann - If this is the effect you want, there is no better product!

    By now, you have read 300+ reviews with great amusement (or horror) regarding how the body processes this product. With that, I give this product top marks for living up to expectations.

  • Massiel A. Curiel Espaillat - Mixed Emotions

    UPDATE (June 2014): After having the stroller for almost 4 years now, I've added the full 4-stars. It looks and works almost as nice as new and we've used it heavily. No additional incidents have occurred and now that we're expecting a new baby we're glad it is working so good. This has been a great choice. Still not a 5-star, as I truly believe it needs improvement with its wheels.

  • Nicole A. - Uncharacteristic poor quality for Uppababy

    I am so disappointed in this stroller. I live in Florida and spent more than I wanted to on an umbrella stroller so my son would be comfortable in the heat with the mesh seat. I wanted to love it, but I just am sending back my second one because the latch that closes when you fold up the stroller didn't properly function on either stroller, and the replacement stroller they sent me has a bad wheel wobble. Both seems cheaply made for the price. Uppababy's customer service is great, though. I hope the third one they send me is good because I give up after this one and am probably getting a Joovy.

  • Carol - Great idea, but uncomfortable seat.

    I recently completed chemotherapy and radiation treatment for breast cancer. The surgeries and months of treatment left me with limited range of motion in my right shoulder, and a significant loss of strength. I have been going to physical therapy sessions for a couple of months, and one of the machines that I work on is an "arm bike." The ability to work on my arms at home has really helped to speed up my recovery, and I will soon be released from PT. The added benefit of the bike is proving to be a significant help in gaining strength in my lower body as well.