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Quicksmart Easy Fold Stroller

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Easy Fold Stroller
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Parent Reviews and Comments

Purchased this product a year ago and used it for the first time on a trip to Dallas. After two days the clip in the frame that holds the top half of the stroller erect snapped. This make the stroller useless and is a hazard for children as they fall back! luckily my one year old son was not hurt as I was able to catch him!  No heavy objects were placed on the handles. Poor design and cheaply made. I contacted Quicksmart 4 times over the span of three weeks and still have not had a response! Terrible customer service and now a useless stroller. Highly recommend not purchasing... not only for the poor design, but the company obviously does not care for customer service or that the product they are putting out is dangerous!

Susan Mac

I bought this to take away on a trip.  I got one that was half price because it was last year's colours, and while it has been a great little stroller, I wouldn't pay full price for it.  

It is light and compact, but a little tricky to fold, doesn't have good suspension or steering and almost no storage space to speak of.  

I have been using it a couple of times a week for the last year or so because it is easier to get on and off the bus than my big stroller, but also because we bought a new car with a different shape boot and is easier to get in and out.   

It has been excellent for travel, both one car trips and plane trips. 


This is a great pram for travelling or as a lightweight pram for older children.


Packs down extremely small

Comes with a carry bag

Easy to manuevre

Reclines slightly.

Great for shorter trips or taking on planes


no suspension and not very suitable over rough terrain.

Tiny storage basket.

With this pram I believe you get more than what you pay for. It costs a bit more than an umbrella stroller but it folds compact offeres some protection from the sun and lasts well.

We have had ours for a year and a half (bought for an overseas trip) and it lasted daily use on our trip and I now use it instead of my pram due to its lightweight and small fold.


Bought this stroller as a second one to put in the car and leave in there. I have since sold my pram and use this stroller all the time.


Fairly loose fitting harness (still holds my 14 month in tho)


Easy to fold

Light weight to lift

Folds very small (stores in small spaces)

Wipe clean easy

Comes with its own carry bag

Large basket that attaches to the back

Has recline function which is enough to make my little one comfortable when sleeping 

Overall very happy with this stroller would recommend to anyone and would definately buy again. 

I purchased this stroller to use when we go away, or i just have one of the kids with me, and its  great for that, its light, compact and fits in cabin luggage on a plane... I wouldnt use it as an everyday stroller, but well worth the money if you are travelling. thee is a pocket on the back of he seat which is great for keys, phone etc, the basket is small and will fit snacks and possibly a drink  but for the intended use of the stroller i did not expect a basket at all


The fabrics are all screwed to the frame so it is not easy to clean

can be a bit tricky to get the hang of unfolding it

the harnes strap are a little fiddly, as the pram can be used as 3 or 5 point harness

but other than that i highly recommend it for an occasional stroller for a child over 6 months as it does not lie flat

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