Revolve Reversible Stroller + Carriage Pram Add-On
The Delta Revolve Reversible Stroller + Carriage Pram Add-on is wonderful for walks around the neighborhood or park! Parents reported to us that this product represents one of those rare situations where function, beauty, and value all meet beautifully. The stroller is a stunning, 4-wheeled vehicle with an optional pram/bassinet attachment for your infant. It has the look and feel of one of the high-end luxury strollers in the store, but it carries the price tag of a much more modest model. The combination of the rich navy fabric with the cognac leather accents adds to the handsome and sleek design. Setting up the stroller is fast and easy and a one-person job. Instructions are written clearly with photos, but they were almost unnecessary because of the simple design. The four wheels snap effortlessly into place with a reassuring click to indicate security, and then the stroller pops right up. When it’s folded, it is freestanding, which is great, so you can just tuck it in a corner or closet without worrying about it falling over. Parents and toddlers will love the reversible toddler seat feature, as well as the stylish oversized canopy that provides more than ample shade from the sun. Removing the toddler seat and adding the pram/baby carriage attachment is simple with the addition of two little clips. There is a zip-on, weather-resistant cover for baby’s legs, which will keep your little one warm and dry in cooler times of the year, but maybe not a good idea to use in the summer as it can get a little warm under there. The stroller is remarkably smooth and has wonderful shock absorption, which is so important when you have a sleeping baby! It pushes easily, and the handle height is adjustable, which testers found extremely helpful when switching between stroller pushers of various sizes. There is quite a bit of storage underneath the seat for a diaper bag, groceries, purse, etc. It’s details like that that will consistently score points with parent testers, and this was no exception.