Testimonials

“I am writing to express my thanks for your wonderful stroller. Recently, my husband and I decided to take out 10 month old twins to Italy for a trip. You can imagine what a task that is. However, with the Sit 'n' Stroll it wasn't so bad. The babies were very comfortable in them—on the plane, by the pool, in the restaurants and for walks! They napped better in the Sit 'n' Stroll than they did at home. They were easy to steer - even while pulling a large piece of luggage.

The Sit 'n’ Stroll also was a big hit in Europe. So many people from Italy, England, Switzerland, Germany and France came up and asked about it. One couple from England videotaped it being demonstrated and took down the information on it and hope to find it back home! I am singing your praises to all. Thank you.”
--Maria Mazza, Astoria, NY


Sit'n'Stroll FAQ

Q: IS THE SIT 'N' STROLL SAFE FOR INFANTS?

A: The Sit 'n' Stroll is safe for infants weighing at least 5 lbs and for children up to 40 lbs.  It is both a rear and forward-facing car seat.

 

Q: WHAT IS THE HEIGHT LIMIT FOR THE SIT 'N' STROLL?

A: There is no height restriction as all children vary.  When seated in the Sit 'n' Stroll, the child's head should be no more than 1" taller than the height of the Sit 'n' Stroll.

 

Q: WHEN IN STROLLER MODE ARE THE WHEELS FIXED IN POSITION?

A: The double rear wheels are fixed & have foot operated brakes, the front wheels swivel for easy maneuverability.

 

Q: IS THE SIT 'N' STROLL EASY TO CONVERT TO A STROLLER?

A: The Sit 'n' Stroll is designed to be converted when being held up in the air, with two simple movements it converts from car seat to stroller whilst you take it and your child our of your vehicle.

 

Q: DO ALL AIRLINES ACCEPT THE SIT 'N' STROLL ON BOARD?

A: We recommend you inform your travel agent & airline that you will be travelling with The Sit 'n' Stroll prior to your departure date.  Make sure the FAA Certified portion of the base label is intact.  This serves as the required mark to enter the airplane cabin with the Sit 'n' Stroll.

 

Q: DOES THE SIT 'N' STROLL EXPIRE?

A: All car seats have expiration dates per government safety standards.  The Sit 'n' Stroll has a useful life of 6 years from the date of manufacture.

 

Q: WHERE CAN I FIND THE MANUFACTURE DATE OF MY SIT 'N' STROLL?

A: When you're facing the Sit 'n' Stroll, the right base label has a stamped date inside a rectangle.  If that isn't legible, you can find the month and year of manufacture imprinted in the plastic on the back of the Sit 'n' Stroll.  Look for two dials below the patent information.  The dial on the left has an arrow pointing to the last two digits of the year it was manufactured.  The dial on the right has an arrow pointing to the month it was manufactured.

 
 
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