We like products that perform as advertised, which is why we're impressed with the Micralite Fastfold SuperLite ($319). Weighing in at just 14 pounds, the high-quality lightweight stroller really folds up in a flash.
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We like products that perform as advertised, which is why we’re impressed with the Micralite Fastfold SuperLite ($319).
Weighing in at just 14 lbs., the high-quality lightweight stroller really folds up in a flash.
Even better? It has a really smooth ride thanks to the rugged pneumatic rear wheels.
Plus, it works with more infant car seats than the average lightweight stroller so it’s a win-win no matter what stroller class you’re shopping in.
Things We Like:
The Fastfold Superlite has the easiest set-up ever! It goes from the box to ready to roll in about a minute.
Once in motion, it turns with such ease (even with one-hand steering) and impressively handles corners. The front swivel wheels are lockable, while the rear air-filled wheels absorb the shock of all bumps and holes for a really smooth ride.
You can activate the fold with just one hand, which is ideal when you’re juggling baby in the other. And even though the Fastfold doesn’t fold up as compactly as a traditional umbrella stroller, it’s still a manageable size — it fits easily in the trunk of a sedan or in a home closet.
The basket is surprisingly roomy for the overall size of stroller. And there’s a nice selection of accessories, including a footmuff, an infant car seat adapter, a carrycot and a travel bag.
Things We Didn’t Like:
Although we love the eye-catching design, the sliding mesh seat is roomy at the base but tapers upward so there’s less wiggle room up top. So a child at the upper end of the Fastfold Superlite’s 55 lbs. weight capacity will probably feel a bit snug.
Moms & Babies Rating:
If you want all eyes on you and baby, this is the stroller for you. But the Fastfold Superlite is more than just a pretty face: It over-perform at all levels, making it a solid choice in terms of style and substance.