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[Amazon Canada] Summer Infant 3Dmini Convenience Stroller, Dusty Blue $43.34

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[Amazon Canada] Summer Infant 3Dmini Convenience Stroller, Dusty Blue $43.34

I think this is the lowest so far if anyone looking for a compact stroller for you baby....
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I find the Summer 3D series a good little travel stroller.

I personally own a Flip and a Lite.

I don't know the specs difference between these and the Mini.

The 3D Lite is currently $89.99. I had bought it during a "Deal of the Day" for $39.99, which was a great price.

Overall, I've been happy with the Summer 3D series.
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Lite vs mini is 50lb vs 45 lb
Lite weight about 13lb on its own and Mini weight about 11lb
Also I think Lite is a bit more solid with all these clicks when doing the back incline, on the other hand mini has just a strip lock thing so you pull the strip to lock up the back higher instead of those mechical clicks in lite version

Yeah I was testing them and they are good price and pretty compact I think
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Used this stroller in Disney World, it was well
worth the investment! I can tell you it came in handy when our 5yd old was tired, and they do get tired and hot. We had no issues folding it up for the check-in at the airport gate, and the stroller came in handy to carry extra stuff. Far better than the cheap $20 strollers at Walmart - stay away from those ones.
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mtr215150 wrote:
Feb 17th, 2019 11:20 pm
Used this stroller in Disney World, it was well
worth the investment! I can tell you it came in handy when our 5yd old was tired, and they do get tired and hot. We had no issues folding it up for the check-in at the airport gate, and the stroller came in handy to carry extra stuff. Far better than the cheap $20 strollers at Walmart - stay away from those ones.
Agree with your last statement. We had one of the $20-30 Walmart specials that I got for $5 new. I brought it to California when our eldest was 2. We used it for 3 days and literally left it behind for donation. It sucked that much.

We went to Disney recently and just made our eldest (5 years) walk. So much easier than dealing with a stroller. My phone pegged us as walking 8-10km a day but he managed just fine.
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I used one of these Summer 3d's I'm Croatia. Amazing investment for airport and local travel, especially when luggage was in our rental car the stroller is so compact. Highly recommend for traveling. Took it to Cuba in the winter as well.
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zeon64 wrote:
Feb 18th, 2019 9:40 am
I used one of these Summer 3d's I'm Croatia. Amazing investment for airport and local travel, especially when luggage was in our rental car the stroller is so compact. Highly recommend for traveling. Took it to Cuba in the winter as well.
How did it fare with all the snow there ?
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How does this compare with Summer Infant 3D-one in terms of quality and portability ?
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krypton wrote:
Feb 18th, 2019 9:56 am
How does this compare with Summer Infant 3D-one in terms of quality and portability ?
an instant difference I can tell is 3D one is got a bigger sun shade.
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Have the 3D one. It’s nice and compact. Only thing is the cup holder easily falls off. Forgot to take it off on a flight and it fell off. Can’t get another one in Canada has to be shipped to someone in the US
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I had the 3dmini, but now i'm upgrading to the 3dlite. 3dlite tilts back much further, almost flat like a bassinet so it's perfect when they need to sleep. Collapsing the 3dmini is so painful, you need running shoes, go try it out first. Also, the 3dlite is $79 at TRU. Add in the $25 baby reg and you're set for $55.
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jeeva86 wrote:
Feb 25th, 2019 4:41 pm
I had the 3dmini, but now i'm upgrading to the 3dlite. 3dlite tilts back much further, almost flat like a bassinet so it's perfect when they need to sleep. Collapsing the 3dmini is so painful, you need running shoes, go try it out first. Also, the 3dlite is $79 at TRU. Add in the $25 baby reg and you're set for $55.
Can you clarify how to get the price down to 55? Thanks.
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Hearzy wrote:
Feb 25th, 2019 4:53 pm
Can you clarify how to get the price down to 55? Thanks.
create a baby reg with a 10min email addr, use the code for purchases > $75.

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