Fisher Price Stand N' Ride in stock at Babies R Us

abacus2

Well-known member
I'm so excited, my local Babies R Us has this stroller in stock. It looks perfect I can't wait to go try it out. It's had issues, coming out in June I think and being immediately recalled, but the design looks so practical, I hope it's quality is good when I see it in person.
 
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hsjwmom

New member
That looks really cool! I LOVE the expandable storage. I just wish it 1)had a 5 point harness, 2)would accept a Keyfit!
 

UlrikeDG

Admin - CPS Technician Emeritus
Oh, my gosh! That's awesome. That would be almost perfect for Europe (just needs larger, air-filled wheels for the cobbled streets).
 

lovinwaves

New member
I went to BRU last night test drive. That is the only double stroller I did not test drive. IT IS HUGE!! I test drove the joovy which seemed more "metal like" and the FP sit and stands seemed more "Plasticky". It did not look easy to manuveor through tight spaces. I am wondering how compactly it folds up also. We didn't have time to get to that one, so I am going back in a couple of days. I will be interested to see what you think of it. Hope it works for you!!! I think you will be surprised at how BIG (long and wide) it is. :)
 

abacus2

Well-known member
Well, I saw this stroller in person and don't like it as well as I had hoped. It was reasonable to drive and both girls were comfortable. Two issues: the expandable storage basket doesn't slide open, it has to be snaped into place like a regular stroller basket and it keeps it's front to back length when folded. It would be really hard to take in and out of (or fit into) a car because of it's large folded size.
 

Jewels

Senior Community Member
Well, I saw this stroller in person and don't like it as well as I had hoped. It was reasonable to drive and both girls were comfortable. Two issues: the expandable storage basket doesn't slide open, it has to be snaped into place like a regular stroller basket and it keeps it's front to back length when folded. It would be really hard to take in and out of (or fit into) a car because of it's large folded size.

I agree with you. I saw this stroller today for the first time (I didn't think they would have it in Canada) and it is huge. I didn't think it would fit in my trunk and I also didn't find it the easiest to drive. I love the concept of the stroller but I think it could have been designed a little better!
 

Morganthe

New member
That would be almost perfect for Europe (just needs larger, air-filled wheels for the cobbled streets).

LOL -- my exact thoughts when I saw it :D

I'm also getting a humorous smile about emphasis with US strollers on Cup holders for Parents (and the kids). However did we ever manage before cup holders? :p

Can't help but laugh at memories. Sorry, but it was an ongoing joke with dh and I on how our German cars NEVER had a cup holder... nor did our umpteen strollers. For 7 years we got by with neither. (I always used a water bottle + a sippy cup stuffed down in the side of the basket or the attached stroller bag).
Although juggling drive-throughs could get very interesting. :D
 

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