I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting (#MC) for Urbini. I received a product sample to facilitate my review and as a thank you for participating.
At the beginning of April, when Haley and I went to California, I knew absolutely certain we were taking a stroller. Looking over our options (all double strollers), I wanted something that was a single, easy to push, easy to fold, and lightweight. Traveling with a toddler requires patience, lots of snacks and distractions, and a stroller (because I’m not carrying her sleepy head everywhere!).
The Urbini Hummingbird stroller was the perfect little stroller for our trip. One-hand fold, compact, and it only weighs SEVEN pounds!
It’s features include:
- Ultra-light stroller weighs under 7lbs
- Max weight limit is 50 lbs and up to 45 inches tall
- One-hand, self standing fold
- Strong, aluminum frame design
- Multi-position reclining seat
- Swivel armbar
- Padded 5-point harness
Now, the biggest thing I want to point out is the buckle on the harness. It sort of, comes apart, the over-the-shoulder strap disconnects from the lap part VERY easily. If you are in a hurry (or just stressed, like we were trying to get her onto airplanes), the simple act of the harness coming undone is just CRAZY. It just slides back in place, but it seems like it’s only happening when you’re in a rush, people are staring, and you’re just trying to keep it together long enough to leave it at the gate, get on the plane, and get situated.
The self standing fold is awesome, it literally just stands there all on it’s own. Great for storing it when not in use!
The storage basket underneath was a decent size – we carried around a toddler sized backpack as my “purse” (you know, wallet, phone, diapers, wipes, snacks, the essentials) a bottle of water, couple of jackets, discarded toddler shoes… for our quick trip, it was great! I wouldn’t recommend hanging anything off the push bar, just because the stroller is so light I would think too much weight would cause it to fall over (especially when child-free).
The stroller is affordable too, only $99 at Walmart!
Oh, and our stroller was sprinkled with pixie dust for safe travels! We had a great trip and this stroller was VERY put to the test!
I’d give it 4 out of 5 stars because of the harness strap disconnection issue. You can also read the review I left on Walmart.com HERE.