I bought this stroller at a local discount store. I'd been looking for a compact stroller with a canopy, and I'm a sucker for Disney. I tried it in the store with my 23 pound daughter, and it rolled well and she liked it, so I got it. We used the stroller twice. Once my daughter sat in it for about 20 minutes while we got an ice cream cone; the second time we used it at a minor league baseball game where it got pushed about a block to and from the stadium, and in the stadium itself. When our friend was pushing it, he lifted up the front wheels to go over a bump and the stroller started to collapse with my daughter in it. I figured he'd hit the latch (he's tall and kept bumping the back of the stroller.) I relatched it, and we went on our way. Then, today when I was looking at it, I saw that there was a tear working in the seat where it meets the frame. The frame itself is a bit wobbly now after its near-collapse. I would return it, but I lost the receipt and took the tags off prior to the ball game. Since I'm stuck with it and didn't really want to throw it away, I "parent hacked" it. I had another, broken, hand-me-down umbrella stroller with the same style frame, so I took the seat off of that one and put it under the Mickey seat to add support. It's far from perfect, but usable. If you look at it closely with bright light behind it, you'll see Lightning McQueen's silhouette. Oh well. If I could have taken off the canopy to add to my Kolcraft umbrella stroller instead, I would have, but I don't have any way to gently remove the rivets holding it on. So, it's cute, but I would not recommend it.
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