From stroller to trike, the Strolly Compact does it all. This three-in-one product gives parents an easy way to be on the go with a kid while also helping toddlers and preschoolers learn to ride a trike.
In the first mode, the Strolly Compact is a parent-steered stroller. The adjustable-height parent push handle steers the front wheel for easy turning. The two rear wheels each have a brake that you simply step down on to lock, and flip up again with your foot to unlock. For parents, there's a beverage holder on the handlebars and a zippered storage bag with space for bringing along all the essentials. And for the child, there is a cushioned seat pad with reclining seat, a three-point safety harness and padded safety bar, an extendable sun canopy, and footrests.
As the child gets a little older, you can remove the safety bar and seatback, fold up the footrests, and unlock the pedals so that the child can practice pedaling while you're still steering with the parent push handle.
And then when the child is ready to take on three wheels, remove the parent push handle, and the child can pedal and steer on his own with the kid-sized handlebars.
What makes this stroller-to-trike a little different than others is the fact that it folds up. All you have to do is remove the top part of the parent push handle and the canopy, and fold up the footrests, kid handlebar, back wheels, and seat to create a more compact size, hence the name of the product.
The Strolly Compact comes in green, red, and blue.
With three different modes of use, if you start using this when your child is 10 months old, the minimum age required, then you'll definitely get a lot of use out of it. As a stroller, it's lightweight and portable with storage space for bringing along all the essentials. But in its other two modes, it grows with your child to help get him comfortable with riding a tricycle all on his own.
The Strolly Compact is for children from 10 months to 3 years. It has a maximum weight limit of 55 pounds.
Assembly is required, and it took us 15 minutes to do. Sometimes the picture instructions weren't very clear, especially when the tricycle instructions show installing a smaller seatback but the seatback isn't shown in the final picture, but with a little bit of trial and error (and looking up videos online), we were able to figure things out.
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