While choosing a stroller for your baby, one of the things you need to consider is the direction that the stroller faces. In other words, does it face forward, that is facing the world and allowing your curious baby to look around as you push his stroller down the road or does it face you as the parent allowing you to carefully monitor your baby to ensure he is not suffering any discomfort? If you’re a parent that particularly cares about the direction the stroller faces, you’d be better off choosing the best reversible stroller you can find rather than just buying a fixed-seat stroller.
A reversible stroller is a stroller that can be adjusted to face forward (world-facing) or to face inward, that is, to face you as the parent pushing the stroller (parent-facing or rear-facing). If you’re getting a fixed-seat stroller, you will have to choose only one of the two directions and you will have to live with your choice for as long as you use the stroller. A reversible stroller allows you to enjoy a stroller that you can easily switch between both directions at will based on the mood or circumstance.
Apart from the direction they face, reversible strollers, also called Modular strollers, are very versatile. Depending on the type of reversible stroller, there are quite a number of features and functions that a reversible stroller can offer you. Therefore, it is important that you carefully consider all the features and the functionality you want to enjoy in your best reversible stroller before making a purchase.
There are two major types of reversible strollers:
Single reversible strollers, also known as non-convertible strollers, are strollers that can only house one child. However, despite housing one child only, the seats of single reversible seat strollers can be easily switched to either face the front or face backward.
Convertible strollers are strollers designed to grow with your family. They are usually very versatile and adaptable to your family’s needs as they change in the future.
Some convertible strollers are designed for one child to use from infancy to toddlerhood, that is, your little one can use the same stroller frame from birth till his or her older toddler years. On the other hand, some convertible strollers can also be converted from single strollers to double strollers or more.
Regardless of the different types of convertible strollers, all reversible convertible strollers have a number of different seating configurations that work for newborns, infants or toddlers (or a combination of any of the three). And they can be adjusted to any of the different settings that fit your family’s needs.
Comfort and Safety
The Graco Modes Sport Click Connect Stroller has a wide seating area and a well-padded comfortable seat. The stroller also has a foot rest that can be adjusted to three leg rest positions as your child grows. The stroller toddler seat also has a 4-position recline including a near flat recline that allows your baby to either sit upright or take a nap comfortably.
To keep your little one safely strapped to the stroller, the stroller is equipped with a convertible 5-point harness belt. For parents with a newborn baby, the Graco Modes stroller can be easily attached to all Graco Click Connect infant car seats in a secure one-step attachment. This means that you can use your stroller as an infant car seat carrier with the compatible infant car seats and enjoy having an easy to detach and manage travel system. The Graco Modes Sport Click Connect Stroller also has an extendable UV 50 canopy for protecting your little one from the sun.
The Graco Modes stroller seat can be easily reversed to either face forward or backwards. It has 10 different seating configurations that you can arrange the stroller seats at different heights on the stroller frame or different reversible seat stroller positions.
The Graco Modes Sport Click Connect Stroller is one of the few best reversible seat strollers that come with a removable child tray to hold your baby’s drink, Sippy cup or snacks. It also includes a parent tray with two deep cup holders and an additional storage pocket where you can keep important stuff like your keys, wallet or phone.
The Graco Modes stroller has a unique three-wheeled designed with one locking front swivel wheel that is a combination of two tires and two rear wheels that make it very easy to steer, push and maneuver in tight or crowded places. The tires are also rubber and can ride smoothly on most surfaces.
The stroller also has a foot-activated brake pedal that is easy to initiate and manage.
Weight and Size
The stroller is not heavy but it is not quite lightweight either as it has a weight of 24.4 pounds. Its total dimension size is 36 x 27.9 x 43.75 inches and its folded dimension size of 18 x 27.9 x 40.1 inches.
The Graco Modes has a weight limit of 50 pounds which means your little one can use it from birth with an infant car seat till he or she is 3-5 years old.
The Graco Modes stroller has a quick and easy one hand fold design. Once the storage latch is done, the folded stroller is locked and when it is undone, you can easily unfold the stroller.
The storage basket on the Graco Modes Sport stroller is decent-sized. Although not extra large, it has ample space for you to place many of your baby gear instead of carrying an extra bag.
Comfort and Safety
The Quinny Zapp Xtra toddler seat has three recline positions and a multi-functional handle at the top of the seat with which you can easily adjust the seat recline based on your little one’s mood. The stroller also has a wide seating area and a height adjustable footrest as well as well-padded seat so your baby is comfortable throughout every ride. The Zapp Xtra stroller seat cover is also water-repellant which means that you can wipe any spills on the seat with mild soap, water and a washrag without having to remove the seat for a wash.
For safety, the stroller has a five-point harness belt that is adjustable to three heights. The harness is also well-padded to avoid the straps from biting into your little ones skin and the buckle is easy to click shut or unlock with one hand.
The Zapp Xtra stroller is also equipped with the Zapp Xtra Sun canopy which is an extendable canopy that protects your little one from the sun and UV rays. It is also compatible with the Maxi-Cosi Mico and Prezi infant car seats which means you can use it from birth till your baby is past toddlerhood.
As one of the best reversible strollers on our list, the Zapp Xtra has a reversible seat. It can be adjusted to 3 world-facing seat positions and 2 parent-facing seat positions.
Unfortunately, the stroller doesn’t have a child tray, parent tray or adjustable handlebar but its other features make up for these missing add-on features.
The Quinny Zapp Xtra has four wheels that can traverse a wide variety of terrain. The stroller also has swivel wheels which make it easier to push and steer the stroller around any obstacles you meet or maneuver in tight or crowded areas.
The stroller has a push-brake on one rear wheel and a push-release on the other rear wheel. The brake system is very strong and can be used to easily control your stroller’s movement.
Weight and Size
The Quinny Zapp Xtra stroller is one of the best lightweight reversible strollers on our list with a weight of 19 pounds. The stroller has a full dimension of 23 x 19.5 x 40 inches which means you can easily push it through any standard passageway and maneuver in tight places easily.
The Zapp Xtra stroller has a minimum weight limit of 20 pounds which means your little one can only start using the seat when he or she is a toddler. For newborns or infants, you would have to use the stroller frame with the compatible infant car seats. The stroller also has a maximum weight limit of 50 pounds so your little one can use it till he or she is 3-4 years old.
The Quinny Zapp Xtra has an ultra compact fold and it can be folded with the seat attached. You can easily fold the stroller with the “1, 2, 3” folding system which is marked on the stroller.
The Quinny Zapp Xtra has a shopping basket that can hold your baby gear of up to 11 pounds.
Comfort and Safety
The Bugaboo Ant stroller has a wide seating area with a leg rest so that your little one can comfortably sit in it during rides. The stroller has an ergonomic seat with multiple recline positions including a fully upright and flat recline position. And you just need to use a lever to adjust the recline positions.
Although the Bugaboo Ant seat is more suitable for toddlers, it can be used from birth with an infant car seat. As long as you get the necessary car seat adapters (sold separately), the Bugaboo Ant is compatible with infant car seats like the Cybex Aton 2/Q, the Nuna Pipa Lite and the Maxi-Cosi Pebble Plus infant car seats among others.
The Bugaboo Ant has a large extendable UPF 50+ canopy that will protect your baby from the sun and UV rays. The canopy has a third panel that can be opened with a zipper and a silently-operated mesh peek-a-boo window.
As one of the best lightweight reversible strollers on our list, the Bugaboo Ant definitely has a reversible stroller seat that allows you to easily switch between the parent-facing position and the world-facing position. However, the Bugaboo Ant has a short number of steps you need to take to completely reverse the seat. You need to slide the backrest downwards and fold the canopy and leg rest before reversing the seat to face the front or the back. Once you get a hang of the process, you can easily reverse the seat in seconds.
For parent’s convenience, the Bugaboo Ant has a telescoping adjustable handlebar and the top part of the handlebar is rotatable to avoid wrist pain on long strolls. The telescoping handlebar ensures that there is enough space between the stroller and the parent pushing it. It ensures that parents, especially tall ones, don’t have to worry about stubbing their foot on the stroller because there is a lot of space between them and the stroller.
The Bugaboo Ant has 4.7 inches front wheels and 5.9 inches rear wheels as well as foam-filled rubber tires. Although the wheels are the typical all-terrain wheels usually found in reversible strollers and can traverse rough and bumpy terrain, it works best in urban settings with well-paved roads and even cobblestone or grass.
The stroller is equipped with all-wheel suspension which means that your baby can enjoy very smooth rides every time without any jostling. And the stroller has a back wheel locking foot-activated brake.
Weight and Size
The Bugaboo Ant is one of the few best reversible strollers on our list with a light weight of 15.8 pounds which makes it very easy to store or transport. It has a folded dimension of 9.03 x 14.96 x 21.65 inches.
The Bugaboo Ant stroller has a maximum weight limit of 50 pounds which means your toddler can use it till he or she is about 3-4 years old.
The Bugaboo Ant is very easy to fold and unfold. Once folded, it collapses into a compact package that looks a lot like a small suitcase with the handlebar serving as the suitcase handle. The folded size of the Bugaboo Ant is also very small and it meets the carry on regulations of some airlines which means you can carry it on board and place it in the overhead compartment on the plane.
The Bugaboo Ant has a very large storage basket with a capacity of 17 pounds that is separated into two parts. The front part of the basket is easy to access from the front and is the best place for storing your diaper bag while the rear part is a simple mesh pocket for storing your keys, wallet or phone. And you have access to the rear pocket even when the stroller is folded.
Comfort and Safety
The Summer Infant 3Dflip stroller has a wide and lengthy seating area for tall and short children. The parent-facing seat of the 3Dflip has ample support for infants as it is equipped with removable head and shoulder padding to support your little one’s head while he or she is strapped to the stroller with a 5-point safety harness belt.
For comfort, the Summer Infant 3Dflip has 6 reclining positions with three recline positions for the world-facing position and three reclines for the parent-facing position. It is also pretty easy to make adjust the seat to the desired recline position.
The 3Dflip stroller also has a large canopy built with the materials to protect your little one from the sun and UV rays. The canopy is also adjustable and comes with a velcro-operated peek-a-boo window.
The Summer Infant 3Dflip stroller, like all the best reversible seat strollers in our reversible stroller review, has the ability to be flipped to face forward or face backwards. However, it has a unique reversible seat design that allows your baby to face you when your baby is younger and face the world when your baby is older (from 6 months up).
And although the canopy sometimes gets in the way, the 3Dflip stroller has a smooth and easy transition for reversing it.
The 3Dflip definitely doesn’t disappoint as a convenient stroller as it comes with a convenient feature for parents in the form of a detachable cup holder at the side of the stroller. It also has a parent storage pocket for you to keep some of your personal stuff and a carry strap which makes it easier for you to transport the stroller when it’s folded.
The Summer infant 3Dflip stroller is built with a sturdy aluminum frame making it a very durable and lightweight stroller. The stroller tires are made with polyurethane and are foam-filled. For smoother rides, the stroller has anti-shock front wheels and toe tapping rear wheels that lock.
For improved maneuverability in tight and crowded places, the stroller has swivel front wheels. And the stroller is lightweight and easy to push, steer and park with an excellent brake system.
Weight and Size
The Summer Infant 3Dflip stroller is definitely one of our best lightweight reversible strollers as it has a weight of 14 pounds. This means that it is very easy to transport this stroller.
The stroller is 25.5 inches wide which means it can easily exit through quite a number of standard doorways. It’s fully assembled dimension is 31 x 25.5 x 39.5 inches. When folded, the stroller shrinks to an easy-to-transport dimension of 40.38 x 13 x9.50 inches.
The 3Dflip stroller has a maximum weight limit of 25 pounds for its rear-facing seat and 50 pounds for its front-facing seat.
The Summer Infant 3Dflip stroller is easy to fold and unfold. It also has a compact fold like most umbrella strollers and is super lightweight which means it’s also a great stroller for travel.
The 3Dflip stroller has a fairly decent storage basket under the seat as well as a small storage pocket for parents.
Comfort and Safety
The Evenflo Pivot comes with both toddler seats and a SafeMax infant car seat which are both well-padded and adjustable. The toddler seat has a 3-position recline and the stroller has a calf rest. The Pivot Xpand also has an extendable 3-panel canopy with a mesh peek-a-boo window with silent closure that has built-in UV protection from the sun and ultraviolet rays.
Infant car seats or toddler seats can be easily attached onto the Evenflo’s durable frame in either front or rear-facing positions. It has four modes of use and 22 different seating configurations which you can easily switch between to allow your little ones to sit at various heights, reclined or upright, in different facing positions.
The Evenflo Pivot Xpand is a highly convenient convertible stroller as it comes with built-in upper and lower adapters. The adapters are not detachable so you don’t have to worry about losing them and it is quite easy to put the stroller seat in either an upper or lower position by sliding the adapter up and down.
The Pivot Xpand also has a removable child tray and cup holder as well as an adjustable handle.
The Evenflo Pivot Xpand stroller has a rear foot-activated brake that is easy to apply. The stroller is also quite easy to push and steer. It has rubberized-plastic wheels that can smoothly access well-paved areas which means it is a stroller best suited for rides on well-paved roads in the city.
The rear wheels are 10 inches while the front wheels are 8 inches where the rear wheels have a suspension system to ensure smooth rides for your little ones. The stroller also features front-swivel wheels for improved maneuverability.
Weight and Size
The Pivot Xpand has a total weight of 42.6 pounds and a fully assembled dimension of 22 x24 x 21.75 inches. The 24 inches width ensures that whether the stroller is a single or a double, you can easily push the stroller through standard doorways.
The Evenflo Pivot Xpand toddler seat and sibling seat have the same weight limit of 55 pounds which means your little one can use this stroller till he or she is 4-6 years old. The stroller also has a maximum height of 38 inches which is pretty generous and works well with the 50 pounds weight limit.
The Pivot Xpand reversible stroller has a two-fold self-standing design. This means that you can fold the stroller compactly with the toddler seat attached while it stands on its own.
The Evenflo Pivot Xpand is one of the few best lightweight reversible strollers that have an extra large storage basket that can store baby gear and other stuff up to 2-feet in length. The storage basket also has back and front access so you can easily retrieve stuff from the stroller or load the basket with baby gear.
Comfort and Safety
The Britax B-Ready G3 has a single primary seat and a second seat if you want to convert it to a double inline stroller. The primary seat has a 4-position recline with a near-flat recline for napping babies.
The Britax B-Ready G3 has a Click and Go System with which you can connect it to any Britax infant car seat or bassinet without the use of adapters. Of course, if you don’t own a Britax infant car seat, this stroller is compatible with other major infant car seat brands like Nuna, Maxi-Cosi and Cybex with the use of an infant car seat adapter.
The G3 stroller’s primary seat has an extra-large UV 50+ canopy with a velcro-operated peek-a-boo window to protect your little one from the sun. The second seat, on the other hand, has a canopy with full coverage and a ventilation window. The stroller also has a five-point harness safety belt for both seats.
The B-Ready G3 stroller only has 12 seating configurations for two children as well as the ability to take two infant car seats at the same time. The primary seat can face forward or backward and so can the second seat which is usually stacked under the primary seat stadium-style.
The Britax B-Ready G3 stroller has a height adjustable handlebar with a comfort grip. Unfortunately, the G3 stroller doesn’t come equipped with any accessories and you will have to purchase any accessories you want separately like a child tray or parent tray.
The B-Ready G3 stroller is very easy to push, steer and maneuver probably due to the fact that there is added weight at the back of the stroller (the second seat). It is also much easier to pop the G3 onto curbs than many other convertible strollers.
The G3 also has “forever-air” foam-filled rubber tires. The tires are sized at 8 inches in the front and 11 inches in the rear and the stroller features all-wheel suspension. This guarantees smoother rides over a wide variety of terrains and since the rubber tires are foam-filled, they will never go flat.
The Britax B-Ready G3 stroller has a one-touch single foot-activated brake with a green-red color indicator that allows you to know if the brake is locked or not. The brake is also a linked parking brake which means you can easily lock the rear wheels by pressing on one pedal.
Weight and Size
The Britax B-Ready G3 stroller definitely doesn’t fit into the list of the best lightweight reversible stroller since it has a total assembled weight of 30 pounds when it’s single and 34.9 pounds when it is a double.
The B-Ready G3 is 24 inches wide which means that it can easily fit into standard doorways just like a single stroller even while it is a double stroller. The full size dimension is 44 x 24 x 43.5 inches while the folded dimension is 26.5 x 16 x 30 inches which makes it extremely easy to pack up the stroller for storage or transportation.
The B-Ready G3 two seats have different weight limits where the primary seat has a maximum weight limit of 55 pounds and the second seat has a maximum weight limit of 35 pounds.
The Britax B-Ready G3 is one of the few convertible strollers that can be easily folded with both seats attached. The stroller features a quick and easy one-step fold and it automatically locks after folding.
The B-Ready G3 stroller has a large under basket as well as an extra storage pocket close to the handlebar. While the stroller is a single, the basket can carry quite a lot of belongings but the addition of a second seat reduces the storage space and makes it somewhat difficult to access the basket from the back. But this is no problem because there is a zipper at the front of the mesh basket with which you can access the storage basket.
Comfort and Safety
The Baby Jogger City Select is equipped with one toddler seat as a single stroller and you can buy a second kit for a sibling seat separately as your family grows. Each toddler seat features a bucket-style seat with multi-position recline and an adjustable calf rest for your little ones’ optimum comfort. The stroller also has a five point harness for keeping your little ones strapped to the seat.
The stroller also has an adjustable UV 50+ sun canopy with magnetic peek-a-boo window for protecting your little ones’ sensitive skin from the sun.
As a single stroller or double stroller, the Baby Jogger City Select can be used with either two reversible toddler or two infant car seat in either front or rear-facing positions as well as a combo of either of the two seats.
The stroller has 16 different seating configurations where you can interchange the upper and lower seats.
The City Select stroller has an adjustable telescoping handlebar that seems to be designed mostly for parents with average height or relatively tall parents.
The Baby Jogger City Select has 8 inches front wheels and 12 inches rear wheels. The wheels are foam-filled forever-air tires. And the stroller has front-wheel suspension which is essential for providing your little one with smoother rides. It also has an easy to initiate hand brake for controlling and parking the stroller when you need to.
The stroller is mostly equipped to handle city terrain but it can actually handle short grass, gravel and uneven sidewalks once in a while.
Weight and Size
The City Select stroller has a weight of 34.1 pounds which is definitely not lightweight. It also has a total assembled dimension of 43.5 x 25.75 x 38.5 inches. When folded, the dimension reduces to 12.5 x 25.75 x 32.75 inches.
The toddler seats of the Baby Jogger City Select whether it is the original seat or the sibling seat have a minimum weight limit of 25 pounds and a maximum weight limit of 45 pounds and your little ones can start using it when they’re 3-6 months old.
The Baby Jogger City Select stroller is relatively easy to fold. However, you’d have to remove the second seat and adapter posts before folding. You have to pull the levers at each side of the stroller to fold up the stroller compactly for storage or transportation.
The City Select has an extra-large storage basket that is not just roomy for storing your baby gear but also relatively easy to access.
Yes. You should definitely consider getting a reversible stroller because it is most likely to become your primary everyday stroller. This is because reversible strollers are highly versatile and can work for or in several situations rather than a niche stroller like a jogging stroller or a beach stroller.
Reversible strollers also have the advantage of being a stroller you can use most times from birth till toddlerhood. The rear-facing position allows you to keep an eye on your infant all the time while the front-facing seat position allows your little one to satisfy his or her curiosity by looking around.
Every type of stroller has its flaws and there are definitely reasons why most parents don’t buy reversible strollers. One of those reasons is the fact that reversible strollers tend to be much more expensive that other regular sized strollers. This is not too much of a problem though because there are budget/inexpensive reversible strollers like the Summer 3Dflip stroller and the Quinny Zapp Xtra stroller.
Another reason why most parents don’t buy reversible strollers is that they tend to be bigger and heavier than other regular strollers. Of course, there are also lightweight reversible strollers like the Summer 3Dflip stroller which has a total weight of 14 pounds.
Factors to consider before buying a reversible stroller:
There are various stroller models and brands offering different prices for a wide variety of features. And many first time parents are usually shocked and turned off when they find out how much some of the best luxurious and high-end reversible strollers cost. However, the truth is that it is quite possible to find the best reversible stroller for your needs without having to break your bank or go broke. This can be done by carefully considering and highlighting the specific features that are important to your family and choosing a stroller that offers the best of those features at a budget price such as the Summer 3Dflip convenience stroller that is priced below $100.
Of course, if you actually have enough money budgeted for getting a stroller, you can make an investment on a super durable stroller that is not too pricy. But if you don’t, there are definitely affordable strollers that will fit your needs.
Your baby’s age determines the types of strollers you can get for him or her. Toddlers can usually ride on most strollers but infants usually need to use an infant car seat or bassinet with a stroller frame. This means that when you’re picking out the best reversible seat stroller, you need to consider how compatible it is with infant car seats from different brands, whether it can work with infant car seat adapters or whether it comes with its own infant car seat.
The best reversible strollers are actually the convertible strollers which you can easily use for your baby from birth till they’re past the age of using strollers. And that is the best and least expensive option for most parents.
When choosing the best reversible stroller, you need to consider your family size now and in the future. You also need to consider the age gap that will exist between the children you’ll be having.
For example, if you have a newborn child right now and you intend to have another child in the next two to three years, the best reversible seat stroller to fit your needs will be a convertible stroller that can be converted into a double in the future like Evenflo Pivot Xpand. This way as your family grows in size, you won’t need to get another brand new stroller.
Where will you use your stroller?
Do you live in the city, suburbs or in the countryside? Will you be using the stroller while visiting shopping malls or parks with paved walks or will you ride over bumpy sidewalks or uneven paths?
Where you live has a typical terrain which determines the type of stroller you get as well as its wheels and tires. If you don’t get a stroller that fits where you live and its terrain, there is no doubt that it will not live it’s lifetime regardless of how durable it is.
Of course, one of the advantages that many reversible seat strollers have is that they are equipped with all-terrain wheels. However, the wheels are usually mildly all-terrain so if you want a stroller specifically for challenging bumpy roads or uneven trails, you should look for the best reversible stroller with wheels designed for that.
Where do you live?
Your home and apartment space is also very important when choosing your stroller because it determines how wide your stroller can be and how heavy your stroller can be? After all, you don’t want to haul a heavy stroller up the stairs into your home, do you?
How will you use your stroller?
Do you need a stroller for short trips away from home or walks around your neighborhood? Do you need a stroller for exercising or jogging? Do you need one that is travel system ready for easily unclipping your little one onto the stroller and out of the car and vice versa? Or do you need a stroller for regular travel?
All these questions need to be considered carefully and answered because they determine the size, weight and type of stroller you will get that will comfortably fit into your life.
Features to consider before buying a reversible stroller:
The durability of a reversible stroller is a very important factor to consider because it determines how long you can use your stroller. When considering the durability of a stroller, you want a stroller frame that is sturdy and stable yet not too heavy. The three major types of stroller frames that can easily be found in the stroller market are metal, aluminum and plastic. Metal frames tend to be heavy while plastic frames tend to be fragile and unstable. The best stroller frame is definitely the aluminum frame which provides the best lightweight reversible stroller that is durable and stable.
You also need to look out for the fabric material used on the stroller and how strong it is and will be after several washes.
Another feature to consider when choosing your best reversible seat stroller is its folding mechanism and the ease at which it folds and unfolds. The truth is that many reversible stroller models tend to be more difficult to fold than regular strollers.
In fact, modular strollers usually have a two-hand fold and they hardly ever fold as compactly as other regular strollers. Some of them may not be able to fold with their seats attached and you would have to detach the seat to fold them. Therefore, when choosing a reversible stroller, it is best to carefully consider its folding because this feature can cause you to either be very pleased or somewhat displeased/disappointed with your purchase.
One of the most important features to consider when choosing a reversible seat stroller is definitely its transition timing. You don’t want a reversible stroller that takes a long time to adjust especially if you plan to switch seating configurations often. You should get the best reversible stroller with an easy to operate transition mechanism that you can use to easily switch between forward-facing or rear-facing positions.
The comfort of a stroller is very important because you don’t want your little one to dislike sitting in the stroller, right? So you need to find a stroller with a comfortable well-padded seat, a wide seating area, a foot rest (preferably height-adjustable foot rest) and other features that makes your little one enjoy every ride in the stroller. Other features that add to your little one’s comfort in the stroller is air-filled or foam-filled tires and excellent suspension systems which work together to absorb the shock of the impact of the stroller wheels riding on different terrain.
The best reversible stroller should have a comfortable and well-padded seat with a wide seating area to allow your little one to sit comfortably for as long you’ll need him or her to stay in the stroller.
Another thing to consider is the stroller seat’s fabric material. You should make sure that not only is it washable (machine-washable or washable with clean water and soap) but that it is also smooth and soft to the touch and skin (especially after several washes). You don’t want to get a stroller seat with fabric material that is coarse and irritates your baby’s skin before or after wash.
Because it is a reversible seat stroller, another thing you have to consider is the various seating configurations (or seating options) of the stroller whether it is a single and convertible reversible stroller. You need to make sure that the seating configurations are all comfortable and easy to switch to.
Apart from seating configurations, another important factor is the seat recline. This is another important feature that affects your little one’s comfort and should not be taken lightly. You should pick the best reversible seat stroller with at least 150 degrees backward recline and a near flat or complete flat recline position in case your little one wants to nap during stroller rides.