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Aprica Presto

Reviewed March 2011
Aprica Presto
*Est. $180
An umbrella stroller packed with features
Pros:
  • High seat
  • Sliding fold
  • Built-in seat ventilation and mesh fabrics
  • 70-pound weight limit
  • Freestanding when folded
Cons:
  • No cupholder or snack tray
  • Not suited for all-terrain use

Aprica Cadence

Reviewed March 2011
Aprica Cadence
*Est. $250
An expensive umbrella stroller with a reclined upright seat position
Pros:
  • 70-pound capacity
  • Compact fold
  • Easy to maneuver
  • Modern design
  • Carrying strap doubles as a handle for pulling
Cons:
  • Upright seat position is reclined
  • Handles do not adjust
  • Expensive

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