Trip by Inglesina: Luxury in an Umbrella Stroller

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Why should you have to sacrifice style, comfort, quality and features just for the convenience of a conventional, compact and lightweight umbrella stroller? You shouldn’t. And Inglesina doesn’t think so either. This inventive company has thoughtfully created the Trip travel stroller. If strollers were cars, the Trip would be the Bentley – hands down.

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While the Trip has all the convenience of an umbrella stroller (it’s compact and lightweight)  it brags all the luxuries of a fully-loaded stroller. Your baby can cruise in style while enjoying all of its features, as you relish in its convenience.

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The Trip is made of high quality polyester and aluminum, and is suitable for babies from 3 months to 55 pounds. While most umbrella/travel strollers feel flimsy and fragile, the Trip is extremely sturdy and durable. It looks, feels and rides like a full stroller.

The Trip features:

  • A full canopy with an extra extension for superior sun protection.
  • A flexible, soft-grip bumper bar that can be raised and lowered.

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  • Soft-grip handles.
  • An adjustable footrest.

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  • A five-point harness with shoulder padding.
  • Front swivel wheels.
  • A cup holder, peekaboo window and zipper compartment.

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  • A large underneath storage basket.
  • Four reclining seat positions.

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  • An easily attachable rain shield.

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  • Folds and stores compactly (dimension when folded: 11″ x 15″ x 41″).

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From one mom to another:

I have tried numerous types of umbrella strollers. I just accepted the old saying, “You get what you pay for.” I knew I would have to replace our umbrella strollers every few months due to their lack of quality. I am beyond thrilled with Inglesina’s Trip. It really does have the convenience of a compact umbrella stroller. It folds up easily and doesn’t take up much more space than a typical umbrella stroller; but it is truly designed like a full stroller. I am impressed with the quality of the materials and the design. It rides smoothly, unlike most umbrella strollers that feel like they will flip over with one sharp turn.

Two of our absolute favorite features:

The height of the handles.

It seems like all umbrella strollers are so low to the ground, that you have to bend down to push them. The Trip handles are high enough for even a taller person to push it comfortably.

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The 4 position reclining seat.

This is a very unexpected feature for a travel stroller. The lowest position is perfect for a sleeping baby! And it’s so easy to change positions; you can rest assured your baby will not wake up as you transition it.

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If you are looking for a compact stroller to grab-and-go in a flash, but don’t want to sacrifice quality, comfort and features, look no further than Inglesina’s Trip travel stroller. (Available in a variety of colors.)

Also, be sure to snag one of these Inglesina stroller bags to protect your Trip from all the wear and tear of airline travel!

As if you’re not already excited about this stroller, guess what? Inglesina is participating in Daily Mom’s 50 Days of Giveaways. One lucky reader will win a Trip travel stroller!



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Danielle is a Pittsburgh native who has been warming her “black and gold” blood in sunny Northern California for the past 6 years. On any given day, you can find her arranging ridiculous photo shoots of her one-year-old son Graeme and cat Gizmo, or working on any one of her 27,000 writing projects. She enjoys daydreaming about becoming a famous actress and starting a handful of different businesses with her husband over glasses of wine in the evenings. Someday, she hopes to travel the country in an RV with her family… but she needs to sell that novel first. You can follow her journeys through her blog With A Red Bird On My Shoulder

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