Summer Infant 3Dlite Convenience Stroller Tropical Green

About the product

  • Durable, stylish aluminum frame (13 pounds) with large seat area
  • 4 position recline with 5 point safety harness. Maximum weight and height of child: 50 pounds and 43 inches
  • Anti-shock front wheels and lockable rear wheels
  • Adjustable and removable canopy with flip out sun visor. New and improved easy compact fold with carry strap and auto lock
  • Extra-large storage basket and rear storage pocket. Don't overload storage basket: Maximum 10 pounds


From the manufacturer

3D lite Convenience Stroller by Summer Infant

Lighten Up
3Dlite features an innovative air-light aluminum frame which makes it super lightweight to carry and push - yet durable enough to stand the test of time! With its open design, you can easily access the large storage basket or recline almost flat which is ideal for on-the-go naps or diaper changes! Going for a sunny day stroll? The canopy features a pop out visor that protects baby from sun’s harmful rays – 99.9% to be exact – and with the included cup holder there’s even a place for your water (or iced coffee).

Available in six delightful fun fashions – scoop yours up today.

What's Included:
Instructions, 4 wheels (2 front and 2 rear), canopy, cup holder, and stroller frame with seat, storage basket, and carry strap.

Air-Light & Compact
The 3D lite has an all-aluminum frame which means it is super lightweight yet incredibly durable. Weighing less than 13 pounds, it is one of the lightest strollers on the market. It has a compact, easy 3-step fold:
1. Lift the rear handle.
2. Push the lever with your foot.
3. Fold down and go.
With auto-lock and a carry strap, it is ideal for carrying on the subway or through the airport.

Adjustable Canopy
The large, adjustable canopy will block your baby’s sensitive skin from harmful rays. In addition, the pop out sun visor provides even more protection on extra sunny days and is rated to block 99.9% of UVA and UVB rays.

Easy-to-Recline Seat with 5-Point Harness
Unlike a traditional 'X' frame stroller, the 3D Lite has an open design and the easy-to-recline seat lays nearly flat, which is ideal for napping and on-the-go diaper changes. The 5-point safety harness easily adjusts to 3-height positions as your child grows, and with the additional padding your baby will always have a comfortable ride.

Plenty of Storage
The extra-large storage basket is ideal for holding over-sized diaper bags and purses, and the rear storage pocket is perfect for keys and cell phones. With an included cup holder, you will always have a place for your beverage or baby bottle.

Features:
Durable, stylish, 13 pound frame
Large seat area with 5-point safety harness
Anti-shock front wheels and lockable rear wheels
Multi-position recline
Extra large storage basket
Adjustable and removable canopy with flip out sun visor
Rear storage pocket
Easy compact 3-D fold with carry strap

Product description
Style:3D Lite  |  Color:Green
Product Description
The 3D lite Convenience Stroller is a durable stroller that has a lightweight and stylish aluminum frame and is one of the lightest and most feature rich convenience strollers on the market. With an easy to fold frame and carry strap, you can be on-the-go or stow and go with ease.

Brand Story
By Summer Infant

Top customer reviews

There are no photos of this stroller in its collapsed form so I thought I would add mine to show what this looks like next to a conventional 20 dollar Cosco umbrella stroller. This one is considerably bigger and weighs 12 lbs while a cheap umbrella will weigh around 7-8 lbs. It's still much lighter than the heavy duty graco jogger strollers which are around 20 lbs or heavier.

I recommend this one over the cheap umbrella strollers for the following reasons:

1. Sturdiness: my Cosco stroller was flimsy and lasted me less than a month of ocassional use. The fabric began tearing from the sides and one of the legs of the strollers actually became bent upon hitting something. This stroller seems far sturdier in both its frame as well as seat fabric.

2. While the cheap umbrella strollers only offer a certain degree of comfort to your baby, the seat on this one reclines to a sleeping position and seems comfier for longer trips.

3. This one has a small storage bin under it, a cup holder, and a little flap behind the canopy where you can store things like your phone or keys which the small cheap ones don't. The sun visor is also considerably bigger than what you'd get in the smaller ones.

4. The cheap strollers don't roll very well since the wheels on them are pretty tiny, and the handles are rather low making them hard for taller parents to maneuver. I am 5'3" and had trouble with the height of the Cosco. The handlebars on this one are well-suited for taller parents.

5. This one has a very handy mechanism for collapsing and unfolding. It's very doable with one hand and auto locks. The cheap ones don't usually auto lock and my Cosco actually required a bit more physical effort to collapse.

One caveat and the reason I took off one star is that the stroller is still quite low to the ground and my 30" tall 15 month old's feet are already touching the footrest, so I can see a child who is much taller (maybe 2 years old) having some issues with their knees being bent. Because of this I don't know how long it will last for us.