Would be 5-stars if it could attach a car seat
August 3, 2015
We love this. The only downside (significant) is that it won't attach a car seat. My wife and I tried out strollers at BuyBuy Baby this weekend, and the Baby Joggers were all much more maneuverable than other brands. The Citi Mini and Lite 3-wheelers were slightly more maneuverable than the 4-wheelers, but significantly lighter. (The 4-wheelers are much harder to tip over from the side.) The Citi Lite has a slightly different folding system from the Citi Mini: The Citi Mini you just pull up on the central handle, then you have to squeeze it flat until it locks. The Citi Lite is truly one-handed: press a small button hidden on the frame, then pull up on the central handle, and it'll fold right into a click. The folding lock is a bit different, too: The Citi Mini you have to unlock with your hand, by pulling a lip. The Citi Lite is more of a button/lever release, so you can actually unlock it with a swift kick from the side of your foot, if you're wearing shoes. I much prefer the Citi Lite's folding system, and it's slightly lighter weight. If this could attach a car seat, we would have added this to the registry. Since it can't, we ended up going with the Citi Mini. We liked the Citi Mini 4-Wheel's stability, but my wife's small and not great with lifting, so the Citi Mini 3-Wheel seemed the best compromise of light weight and car-seat adaptability.
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