I use this trailer with an almost-2-year-old (on less-trafficked city streets) to go to the grocery, library, park, etc... I'm glad I'm only hauling one child, as the sling-like seat would probably moosh 2 kids together in the middle, but for one it's just fine. The trailer itself pulls smoothly and holds an amazing amount of stuff for just a little trailer. With the trailer and a backpack I can haul a week's worth of groceries for a family of 3! My complaint is the harness. The thin straps chafe my son's neck and the design is irritating to use. Because the seat is sling-like, once the child is in the trailer the short strap and D-ring part which should come up between the child's legs winds up underneath. Imagine the joy of digging under your child's diaper hunting for the ring to clip in the shoulder straps! The clips can be difficult to undo if the "D" has rotated around and it's hard to turn the ring back with the weight of the child against it. I also wish you didn't have to unsnap the whole front to get the kid in and out. I know, all this complaining makes it sound like I hate it, but I really do think it's a good trailer (esp. for the price) that needs a little redesign on the straps. Oh, yes, it's easy to set up from the box, and easy to disassemble for storage. If you're looking for a little "get around the neighborhood" trailer for a relatively low price (and can tolerate some strap irritation) this would probably fit the bill.
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