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Nuna trvl: A maneuverable stroller for the car - is this a good choice?

 
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Michelle • 26 Nov 2022

I live in Miami so not much walking is done, but yes a lot of car travel; so as a 1st time mom, I am looking for a stroller I can manouver on my own, put in and out of the car, etc. Would Nuna Trvl be a good choice for my baby to come? I do have the carseat. Would it be safe enough to be a baby’s 1st stroller (with carseat)?

Eli • 26 Nov 2022

Hi, Michelle,

I will probably disappoint you, but no, this is not a stroller I would ever suggest as an only stroller. For the price, it is quite rattly, which is never good for a newborn, and the quality does not represent the price tag, unfortunately. Definitely needing to take this model as an occasional, travel stroller, not an everyday model by far, for that, it is not sturdy enough, unfortunately.

If you really need something as small as possible, check perhaps the Recaro Lexa Elite or the Cybex Eezy S-Twist2, or better yet a Quinny Zapp Flex Plus which even offer an option of a cot of a soft insert carrycot/cocoon for your little one.

Again, it is important that a super simple travel buggy was never meant fr everyday from-birth use, and I would not recommend doing so, comfort- as well as the baby's health and safety-wise.

Your -very berry- Eli.

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