MomStart.com 2010 Flite Review

July 22nd, 2011


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Ok, yeah, he’s just posing for the camera. But the padding on his bum is about an inch thick, so it looks like a comfy ride to me. He didn’t want to get out of it. With so many different strollers to choose from, Bumbleride is sure to be the “ride of your life”. 

A while back I had the pleasure of reviewing the Bumbleride Flyer and then I donated the stroller to my MOMS Club. I love working with Bumbleride because they allow me to use the review as a donation instead of returning it to them. Be sure to check out the Bumbleride Flyer. This time they sent me the Bumbleride Flitein red.

Attaching the wheels is so easy. You just pop them on, and the front wheels that allow you to change directly, you can choose to lock them if you want. Locking them will make you go forward and backward only, you know you won’t be able to turn. By pushing this gray piece the wheels will then be locked.

(Remember that I reviewed last years model so the newer model has a few differences like the SPF 45 sun Canopy, please be sure to review the current product information on their site, and be sure to read which version you are purchasing when you buy one from any store)

Other than the wheels, the only other part that needs assembly is the SPF 45 sun canopy. The sun canopy also snaps right into place and extends over your child as you can see in the picture above with Miles. The seat also reclines pretty far back and I love how easy it is to reline and lock back into place. The harness is a 5 point harness and strapping the kids into place is also a breeze. The best thing about Bumbleride is the simplicity is carried out in every feature of the stroller.

Key Features:

  • Compact Fold 
  • Independent Wheel Suspension 
  • Reclining Backrest 
  • Adjustable footrest 
  • Rigid Backrest support 
  • Car Seat Compatibility 
  • SPF 45 Sun Canopy

Holds children up to 50 pounds, and is only 13 pounds itself, making travel lighter. Comes with the car seat adapter bar, infant headrest * shoulder pads, shoulder strap, and a cup holder. And if you’ve read any of my other stroller reviews then you know I love a good cup holder.

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