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We purchased this for our trip to South Carolina. It was perfect for the airport, so easy to fold and unfold, as well as gate check. Some downfalls are that the clip where you fasten the child in broke on day 3 of use. Uppababy quickly replaced it without issues. It also isn’t good on rougher terrain. Does best on flat, even ground. The storage bag doesn’t fit the stroller in without removing wheels and the bar as well. This can be inconvenient while trying to juggle kids and pack it up for gate check. Ultimately I give this 4 stars still because it was comfortable enough for napping, lightweight to carry, so easy to fold, and the canopy covers extremely well. I would suggest this stroller if you’re looking for a good travel stroller.
As far as compact strollers go, sturdiness is usually the weak point. The only ones (currently) with rigidity that isn't laughable are the Minu, the Bugaboo Butterfly, and the BabyZen Yoyo2, in my opinion. We got the Minu because of the fold, the basket size/access, and the seat geometry.
The new fold-up calf rest is genuinely useful, but not a substitute for a full lower legrest like the butterfly has, so napping may still result in some slouching/sliding.
Maneuverability and comfort seems superior to the alternatives. I'm not sure what proportion of suspension, wheel size, and frame design is working; but it works well. It transmits less vibration and ground imperfections to the hand (and probably the rider).
It also takes hooks and accessories well, and *folds* with most of them on. The butterfly, a little less so; and the yoyo, basically doesn't.
This is borderline not a "compact" stroller. It folds very nicely, but it is noticeably larger than the butterfly and yoyo2. It is, however, small enough to live in your trunk or back seat. The tradeoff is the comfort, rigidity, and driveability, though. It has a wide stance and ample wheelbase to drive more similar to our full size stroller than any of the alternatives. It has the seat size and geometry to (at least appear) much more roomy and comfortable for an all-day/multi-hour outing.
Overall, unless you really need that compact fold (US has gate-check for airlines, btw, you crazy parents) or a specific feature, the Minu is, functionally, the closest you'll get to a full-size stroller driving and riding experience. It's much closer to a compact everyday stroller than a categorical "compact".
Love that this travel stroller works with the bassinet and car seat, and folds up incredibly small with a strap for carrying.
Doesn't ride as smooth as the Cruz but smaller profile does make it more convenient travelling.
Says it is approved for 3m olds but baby seems to slouch below where straps come out above shoulders, I wouldn't use with the stroller seat until they fit snugly right above the shoulders/ 4mths old with more head control. Disappointed to see the recline feature was just a strap with a clasp, it's awkward when you try to sit the seat back upright. Overall would definitely buy again, quality product and very convenient.
Bought this stroller to travel with my 11 week old. We needed the uppababy bassinet during
the trip so this stroller was great. The only issue is we have the Nuna car seat so we had to switch adapters when baby was asleep but it was very easy to change them. Overall we loved this stroller as a lighter version of the Cruz or vista. I’ll be keeping it in the car so I don’t have to lift the heavy stroller in there.
Good compact stroller handle requires lots of pressure in order to fold. Had to return it because grandma has arthritis.