|Minimum weight recommendation||9 Kilograms|
|Manufacturer's Suggested Maximum Weight||50 Pounds|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Harness type||5 Point|
|Item model number||21970|
|Product Dimensions||102.9 x 25.9 x 21.6 cm; 5.9 Kilograms|
Summer Infant 3Dlite Convenience Stroller, Tropical Green
- Durable, stylish aluminum frame (13 pounds) with large seat area
- 4 position recline with 5 point safety harness
- Anti-shock front wheels and lockable rear wheels
- Adjustable and removable canopy with flip out sun visor
- Extra-large storage basket and rear storage pocket Multi-position recline
- New and improved easy compact fold with carry strap and auto lock
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The 3D lite Convenience Stroller is a durable stroller that has a lightweight and stylish aluminum frame and is one of the lightest and most feature rich convenience strollers on the market. With an easy to fold frame and carry strap, you can be on-the-go or stow and go with ease.
|3D Lite||3D Lite+||3D Pac CS Lite||3D Micro|
|Age Range||6 months up to 50 lbs.||6 months up to 50 lbs.||6 months up to 50 lbs. (from birth with infant car seat*)||6 months up to 45 lbs.|
|Lightweight with Easy Fold and Five Point Safety Harness||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Weight of Stroller||13 pounds||14 pounds||17 pounds||Under 10 pounds|
|Car Seat Compatible||No||No||Yes*||No|
|Adjustable Recline||4-position recline||One-hand multi-position recline||Multi-position recline||Multi-position recline|
|Adjustable Leg Rest||No||No||No||No|
|Additional Features||Parent cup holder, parent storage pocket, carry strap||Parent cup holder, parent storage pocket, peek-a-boo window, carry strap, cell phone holder, oversized canopy, premium fabrics||Parent cup holder, parent storage pocket, peek-a-boo window, single foot brake, child snack tray||Carry Bag|
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By Amazon Customer on 14 September 2020
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Can be used (in the future) with our evenflo bucket seat
The FOLD! so easy to get into the car and it stands on its own
Our 1 year old loves the upright seat and the bumper bar - doesn't have to lean back if she doesn't want to
Storage underneath is great and easy to get things in
Maneuverability - pivots nicely to get through doorways. I was able to hold a door open and one hand push the stroller through the door no problem.
The folding mechanism was kind of hard to use at first but has since gotten much easier
The wheels seem pretty big and I cant wait to try them out in the snow
Handle is not adjustable but I'm 5'1 and it's not uncomfortable
Bumper bar isnt easy to swing away but baby loves to hold onto it
Honestly, I have yet to find something I don't like with this stroller. I don't know how durable it is because we have only had it for a few weeks but I look forward to continued use.
I recommend this one over the cheap umbrella strollers for the following reasons:
1. Sturdiness: my Cosco stroller was flimsy and lasted me less than a month of ocassional use. The fabric began tearing from the sides and one of the legs of the strollers actually became bent upon hitting something. This stroller seems far sturdier in both its frame as well as seat fabric.
2. While the cheap umbrella strollers only offer a certain degree of comfort to your baby, the seat on this one reclines to a sleeping position and seems comfier for longer trips.
3. This one has a small storage bin under it, a cup holder, and a little flap behind the canopy where you can store things like your phone or keys which the small cheap ones don't. The sun visor is also considerably bigger than what you'd get in the smaller ones.
4. The cheap strollers don't roll very well since the wheels on them are pretty tiny, and the handles are rather low making them hard for taller parents to maneuver. I am 5'3" and had trouble with the height of the Cosco. The handlebars on this one are well-suited for taller parents.
5. This one has a very handy mechanism for collapsing and unfolding. It's very doable with one hand and auto locks. The cheap ones don't usually auto lock and my Cosco actually required a bit more physical effort to collapse.
One caveat and the reason I took off one star is that the stroller is still quite low to the ground and my 30" tall 15 month old's feet are already touching the footrest, so I can see a child who is much taller (maybe 2 years old) having some issues with their knees being bent. Because of this I don't know how long it will last for us.
It was easy to set up and put the wheels on when it arrived (literally just popped right in).
It took a bit to get used to folding and unfolding but once you get used to it, it’s easy. My only caution was that when unfolding to set up to put child in, make sure you know it has locked. One time it looked like i set it up right but it folded up when I but baby in - he was ok and I laughed at myself but could be scary with a smaller child.
I would also say that the straps are not perfect and so fit acwardly but it doesn’t affect what they do and baby doesn’t seem to mind.
We will be talking it on a trip next week so will update my review then with an further feedback
Oh and the fold, it does need some getting-use-to, and honestly the wheels roll when you try to fold it, so I got to chase it a couple of times when trying to fold it lol~ but I do t really think it's a deal breaker. And when folded, this is so much better than the umbrella fold, which is long and cumbersome, and doesn't stand on its own. This stroller is solo much better, although being in the heavier side, it folds up nice and neat in a square shape and stands up on its own, makes picking it up so much easier and is very convenient when storing in the trunk.
Oh, did I mention the basket? It's so big! Of course it's probably not comparable with your full size stroller, but it's very decent! With umbrella strollers, you can't access the basket when kids are lying down, because the back of the seat would completely block the access to the basket, but this one does not have this problem! Oh I wish they had this stroller 4 years ago!
The cons. Well, I would say the back of the seat is not as high as I would have liked. But considering how it's folded up, I don't know if they could design it better. Also, the sun shade is connected to the back if the seat, which, if you have an older kid, they cannot sit in the reclined mode because their head would rest on the piece of fabric that connects the back of the seat to the sun shade. The 3Dlite does not have this problem because that piece of fabric is velcroed to the back of the seat. But honestly this is not a big problem unless your child is exceptionally tall. My older son is 4.5 and he hasn't slept in a stroller for a long time.
TIPS: if you are buying this stroller in the winter like I did, when popping on the wheels, wait a bit (like 30 min or so) for the stroller and wheels to warm up to room temperature, and they click on with ease. Otherwise the wheels are really hard to install.
UPDATE: used it on icy sidewalk in Toronto in February, I would say this stroller is definitely not intended for off road uses. You can use it on icy but NOT snowy roads or on the beach.
My son liked the stroller =)
UPDATE #2: Today I used it with my peg perego 30-30 carseat (I know they didn't list this one as compatible, I was just trying), the buckle strap is a little bit hard to put through the car seat slot, but it's fine with a little patience. Once you buckle it up it's nice and solid!! Not sure why they didn't list this model as compatible =/
I still love this stroller! Wish they had this 4 years ago!