My stroller review - Mamas & Papas Ubro2!

hey ya'll hey!!!!!!
I've been wanting to publish a full review on my stroller for sometime now but I wanted to be sure I used it a good deal before I started recommending (or not) to you guys! It's been about 7 months since I've been using the Mamas & Papas Urbo2 stroller and I absolutely LOVE it to say the least!
A very important feature I was looking for in a stroller when I first started shopping for it early last year was weight and compact-ability. I wanted to get something that I would be able to fold, assemble, and pull out on a daily basis on my own because lets be real, more than half the time you are alone with the baby! I didn't want to have anything so bulky/heavy that I would need to rely on my husband or another set of hands for help.
Another feature I really wanted was a reversible seat! I wanted to be able to have the baby look at me AND have the choice to be turned around for an outside view. Luckily, the urbo2 offered this option and as I did more research on other strollers, I came to learn most strollers now come with this option. Lucky for me, The Urbo2 had BOTH these important features *happy dance* so right when I saw the stroller, rose gold & all, I knew it was the one for me lol. Since having found out I was pregnant, I was dying for a cute stroller and I was soooo happy this fit the bill! And it was husband approved, yes!!
Lets get a little into the features and functionality aspect of the stroller:
The stroller itself is so sleek and it's so lightweight overall - without the seat it weighs only 20 lbs! It folds up so swiftly/easily and I can lift it into the trunk of my car on my own. Since Isa is getting big now, I've actually had him on my hip on several occasions and I was able to pull this out of the trunk with one hand! This should give you an idea about the weight.
The seat is literally baby luxury, no kidding! The inside of the seat is quilted and it is so plush. The harness and belt part is easy to snap in place and overall, it looks really comfy for baby! While we were in the initial browsing stages, my husband & I actually sat in it because we were so swooned by the quilted seat, lol. Guess what? The stroller was sturdy enough to push both of our weights!
A couple more things I'd like to mention - the front wheels have suspensions which makes the ride very smooth and despite the small wheels, the stroller is able to handle bumps well. The handle bar (where you push the stroller) is adjustable. This was very important because the height difference between my husband and I is almost an entire foot, so when he pushes the stroller, it's great that he can adjust the bar to his preference.I do wish the basket was a little bigger but its not a big deal! The seat also mimics a bassinet option so baby can sleep very, very, comfortably.

Overall, I LOVE the stroller more and more every time I use it and I would hands down recommend it to anyone. It truly is very compact, stylish, functional, and super comfortable for the baby. 9/10 for me! Since the brand does not make a car-seat, I used the Nuna Pipa and I bought adapters (you can find this on amazon) that allowed for the car-seat to click right into the stroller. This is a great option when for infants when they fall asleep on long car drives, you can just lift the car-seat and have it fit right into your stroller base. No need to wake up a sleeping baby :).

Anyway here is a link to a more detailed review with several pictures and videos for additional reference. 
I hope this helps, talk to you guys soon!






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