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The Mamas & Papas Sola2 Stroller is the ultimate do-anything, go-anywhere solution for new parents. If you want a stroller with adaptability, the Sola2 will take you anywhere you need to go. This lightweight stroller has a reversible seat so that your baby can face you or the world. It features an adjustable handle and an adjustable footrest function for the parent who wants a stroller that can be altered to suit the needs of both them and their baby. The Sola2 Stroller is exceptionally easy to maneuver with its removable front swivel wheels, has a compact design, front and rear suspension, a comfy foam grip handle, a canopy window so that you can check in on your little one during your stroll, and the 5-point safety harness and bumper bar keep your baby safe and secure. Mamas & Papas - Britain's favourite baby brand for 30 years, bringing parents and babies the very best in innovative design, style and comfort.
Newborn to 50 lbs.
Position your baby to suit their mood: forward- or rear-facing seat
Multi-position flat recline; 5-pt harness
Rain cover; adjustable leg rest and foam grip handles.
Accepts Graco Classic Connect Infant Car Seats (adaptor sold separately).
Mamas & Papas Sola2 Stroller - Lime Green is rated
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Rated 5 out of
Highly recommended stylish strollerAfter extensive research and testing I finally settled on the sola 2 in the lime green. My first impression was "WOW". It is a beautiful stroller. The lime green isn't too bright, it's more of a subdued lime colour. The stroller itself is light, and very easy to maneuver. I really like the fact that it lays flat and it can be forward and rear facing. Also the peek-a-boo window on the sun shade is magnetic and not velcro.I highly recommend this stroller and am extremely happy with purchasing it.
Date published: 2016-05-25
Rated 3 out of
Middle of the line, 3-season stroller5 days of the week I do not have access to a vehicle, so I needed a stroller that would be compact enough to get around by bus, yet sturdy enough to roll every day for at least an hour without fail. I also wanted a stroller that could grow with my daughter, who is a very tall baby, and could also comfortably fit my 5'10" frame. I needed all this for under $400. The Sola2 is acceptable as a stroller. The best thing about it is probably its look. I have had compliments on it all over the city, because it's pretty stylin' and pretty rare on the sidewalks. In terms of comfort for my daughter, I didn't invest in the carry cot because we were on a limited budget, but I put my 8lb newborn daughter in anyway, facing me, and she was secure and slept well with the back fully reclined. However, she was born in late May, so warmth was not an issue. If your baby was born in early spring or early fall, you would need a carry cot to prevent drafts from getting at your babe. The basket underneath the seat is not ideal. It is deep enough, but the bottom sags quite a bit if there is anything with any weight in it, and after only three months of use, one of the buttons that secures the basket to the frame has already broken. This doesn't mean I can't use the basket, but it does mean I have to be careful when putting my bag in there and taking it out. In terms of sturdiness, the Sola2 is again acceptable. The wheels come off for washing, which is great, but when you are rolling they do feel a bit shaky. This, however, is not something I would worry about if I didn't live in Montreal, where the sidewalks are full of cracks and holes that catch mid- to small-sized wheels with great ease. Considering that, I would say at 5 months of use, they seem to have held up okay, although they are completely useless in snow. The stroller is not very compact when folded. Plan on having a decent space set aside for it when you're not using it. We keep it behind the door, because it flat enough to lean against a wall on its side and go unnoticed. Steering with one hand is very easy, closing and opening is pretty smooth, but you always need two hands to do so (be careful of your fingers with the latch on the left side!. I like the option of changing from a front- to rear-facing seat position when I like, but you need to have the seat facing forward to collapse, so if you're rolling all the time with baby facing you, you're going to have to turn it back every time you get home and want to collapse it. A design flaw. At the end of the day, for the sale price I got this stroller, $399, I would recommend it. It's not perfect and it has its flaws, but it gets the job done and it looks good while doing it.