Finding a great stroller doesn’t have to be hard – in fact, it can be easy when you know what features you’re looking for. I’m excited to share with you the Recaro EasyLife Ultra Lightweight Stroller as I am sure you’ll love the features as much as I do.
When we were pregnant with Liam we were always reading reviews and details about products like strollers, car seats, high chairs, etc. It can definitely become overwhelming as there are many products available on the market today. We were very concerned with the safety ratings of things like car seats and strollers and had a hard time deciding. The set that we got was the whole travel system – stroller and infant car seat (with base). We have gotten use out of it for sure, but one negative is that the stroller with the travel system is bulky and only fits in my SUV. My husband has a Ford Focus ST and if we go somewhere we always take my car if we will need the stroller. This makes it hard when we need a stroller and we don’t have it. Yes, we have the Ergo baby carrier but sometimes Liam prefers the stroller and so does my back (I have a spinal fusion).
The Recaro EasyLife Ultra Lightweight Stroller is super compact and stands on its own when folded. This stroller only weighs 13 pounds which is great for my back and ease of use. Additionally, it opens and closes easily with one hand. One of the best features of this stroller, by far, is the 5 point harness buckle to secure Liam. It is easy to adjust and tighten and secures him very well with the padded straps. This stroller features a mesh basket on the bottom where you can put the diaper bag and other necessities. It also has a removable cup holder for the parent that securely holds your drink, phone or keys. One last feature is the mesh peekaboo screen that you can open and close easily to see baby when you need to.
This stroller has no problem fitting in my husband’s car which is awesome – now we don’t always have to take my car when we go places. We love that this stroller is compact and doesn’t take up the entire trunk of my car (or my husband’s) when we go places.