Review

Baby Trend Euroride Lightweight Stroller

Having a lightweight stroller is very important! Something you can keep in the car that folds up nicely and can easily take out when needed. The big and bulky can just be to much! I’ve learned a lot about strollers after three kids and I definitely have my favorite features. We have a Baby Trend jogging stroller that I use almost daily. I was happy to try out the Baby Trend Euroride Stroller to see what I thought!

Baby Trend Euroride Stroller

Baby Trend Euroride Stroller

What I liked:

Folds up nice. Easy and compact. Very lightweight. These are the most important features to me!

The seat reclines and even Hubby will tell you that it is the easiest reclining seat we’ve ever had in a stroller. Baby Trend uses a simple drawstring to put it up and down.

Ergonomic handles. Love handles like this. Easy to push.

Large basket underneath. It sits up higher so items are easier to grab.

5-point harness. Great for the little ones to keep them snug and secure.

Looks stylish. I really like the mocha color. Comes in grey too.

 

What I thought could be added:

I need a area on top near the handles to keep my phone because I glance at it often on my walks.

A cup holder!!

While the canopy hood is large compared to many umbrella type strollers, it still could be better I think. Cover more of the front area so his eyes are shielded better.

Baby Trend Euroride Stroller

Those are my thoughts! I think it’s a great ‘keep in car’ stroller for when you need something quick. Easy to fold and carry. Definitely light weight which is a bonus in my book.

Another huge bonus is that it can turn into a travel system and attach ANY Baby Trend infant car seat to it!

Baby Trend Stroller

 

Find the Baby Trend Euroride Stroller on Amazon.

What do you think? In the market for a new stroller?

 

I received this stroller for review. All opinions are my own. Links may be affiliate.

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