Bentley 6-in-1 Stroller Trike Limited Edition Review
The large and adjustable canopy has a waterproof fabric with UPF protection to protect your loved one from sun and rain.
The adjustable parent control handle gives the caregiver control over the Stroller. As the child grows and the stroller turns into a tricycle, it can be removed.
The seat is well-padded and rotates 180 degrees to face either forward or inward. It features back support, a 5 point harness, and two different positions.
The footrest is also adjustable and removable to ensure the little one is always comfortable.
The handlebar and safety guard are padded and feel comfortable to the touch.
The Stroller comes with two storages, a basket underneath, and one attached to the handle. They are both removable and have a decent size to bring some essential items along the ride.
Should I get it?
This stylish Stroller Trike changes from a stroller to a tricycle through 4 different stages to provide fun for years.
Stage 1 is recommended for babies 6 months and up and is divided into 2 modes. The first mode is the Stroller, with the seat facing inward, ideal for parents to keep an eye on the little one. The second mode is the Stroller with the seat facing forward. Here the child can explore, and the footrest provides comfort.
Stage 2 is the Stroller facing forward using a mid-footrest deployed for kids with longer legs, but that can’t reach the pedals yet. It is recommended for babies 12 months and up.
At Stage 3, when the kid is 24 months and up, the additional footrest is removed allowing the child to pedal freely. The pedal is anti-slippery to help the kid balance. The canopy and the safety guard can also be removed to give the child more freedom. The parent still controls the push handle as the kid can not move the trike.
At Stage 4, recommended for kids 48 months and up, the parent push is removed, and the front freewheel function is engaged so the little one can enjoy a free and comfortable ride.
Additionally, the basket can also be removed, and the child has total control over the tricycle.