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  • Shelby W. - Natural healing at its finest...

    Fantastic oil! I breathe much better when putting this through a nebulizer. I have bad asthma and this really opens my lungs. It also smells amazing in the house. The cheaper ones have higher concentrations of cheaper oils such as cinnamon and lemon so beware of counterfeit thieves oil!

  • apple - excellent choice!

    It is the first time I write a review in amazon although I buy everything for my 9-month baby from amazon, because I love this stroller so much, and so does my son. Before this we have a chicco travel system which also works great when my son is small, but when he grows up, the stroller of the travel system seems smaller and also a little bit heavy. So I decided to buy a lightweight stroller at first beginning. I did a lot of search on most strollers in the market, my requirements are: 1 lightweight, actually this is requirement from my husband since he is the person who lift it onto and off the car in most cases. 2 big canopy so I don¡¦t need to worry about direct sunshine whichever direction the stroller is in. 3 have both flat position and upright position since when we go out during weekend or travel, I want my son to have a good nap in most comfortable position. 4 large storage basket so that I can put my mother bag, anything got during shopping into it especially during travel. 4 optional: face both way so that my son sometimes can have good interaction with us when he is not happy. So end up, I got two candidates: 1) city mini 2) britax b agile and can¡¦t make up my mind which one to choose. So I took my son to the retailer store to see which one he likes. And there I found my ¡§Mr. Right¡¨ of stroller ¡V uppababy vista, the one in drew really caught my eyes: the color , the appearance, the fabric, the frame quality¡K except the price, 500 more bucks than citi mini. First, britax b-agile has a big fault that the front wheel is hard to control so you can walk in the direct line with the stroller so it was filtered out. For citi mini, it is lightweight, really easy to fold, not small basket, near flat position, big canopy but the fabric looks cheap and the stroller looks not strong enough (I think that¡¦s why it can be lightweightº ). So I try to persuade my husband to pick uppababy vista since it is not a lightweight stroller about 22 pounds. After struggling for almost one hour in the retailer, my husband decided to pay extra money to choose vista just because one small design details: the flap for the peek-a-boo window uses magnets instead of velcro to keep it closed, he thought it must be a good product because the company can make so good design in so small details.

  • LPL Mommy - Great at first, but safety hazard pretty quickly

    I had this stroller for a few months starting about when my child turned a year old. I loved it at first. It was nice and comfy for an umbrella stroller and didn't take up a whole lot of space in my car or house. However, within a few months, it became a serious problem. Basically, my 1 year old child was able to dismantle the stroller while she was strapped into it within 10 seconds. She would pull the adjustable foot rest (which is right beside their knees) straight up so it's perpendicular to their legs. Then she would pull off the fabric and expose two metal spikes sticking straight up on either side of the toddler's legs. You may have surmised that my toddler is a bit of a handful, but she is not the only one with this problem. Look around and you will read about this issue elsewhere. See the most helpful negative review for the 2012 version. Also, we have several strollers, including a B-nimble, and I don't have any issues with this same child dismantling any other stroller and/or exposing metal parts. Just this one stroller.