Monday, September 13, 2010

Aprica Presto Review

Presto, chango! Summer turns to Fall...

  Summertime, and the livin' is easy, fish are jumpin', and the cotton is high...




And sadly, it is drawing to a close. So to ease the pain, the Labor Day Block Party was born.

A final time to play carefree, before the rigors of school begins.


To ride...



To laugh,
 
to bounce,
 

to climb,


To stroll...
 

The Aprica Presto mourns the passage. 

It's the little brother to the previously released Cadence. It is smaller and lighter, but still has the much in demand high-up seat.

Weighing in at just 13. 5 pounds, it can hold 70 pounds of child! Pretty good weight to limit ratio.


The thickly padded seat cushions are removable and washable.


And have that awesome breathable fabric.


  A wonderful feature is that it slides up when folded, then stands alone.

  Just unlatch the back hook, and pull up on the handle. No more wheels dirtying the canopy!

 It has a mesh peekaboo window,




 carry strap and back vent for better air flow,
 and four wheel suspension.
The handles are foam, and are nearly 44"high! Fabulous for a tall person.
 
 All in a beautiful shimmery silver, on a black frame. Tough to decide between this color, the orange, and the brown. Fall colors, ya' know. But this is probably a better transitional color. 
  
 The party lasts well into the night. No one wants to say good by, to our glorious summer.
 
  So they leave it to the Square Dance caller.
 As they dance,
 And dance,
     Until they can dance no more.







APRICA PRESTO

 
Weight:                       13.5 pounds
Seat Back:                  18"
Seat to canopy:          24"
Seat Width:                 13"
Seat Depth:                 10"
Drop to footrest:         11"
Seat to ground:           18"
Length:                        
28"
Width:                           19.5"
Height:                          43.5"
Folded:                          43.5 " L x 13.5" W x9" H




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3 comments:

  1. how would you rate it's maneuverability on pavement? i heard the old apricas would get stuck at every single crack. thanks for your time:)

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  2. We have a hard time with our Aprica Presto on large cracks on sidewalks. Like, where the tree roots have pushed up the sidewalk more than an inch. You have to push the back of the stroller down to lift the front wheels up and over.. but I really think this would be a problem with any stroller except a jogger or a heavier tandem double stroller. Our double just kind of powered over the cracks.. this one doesn't as much but its not a bad enough problem to make me return the stroller.

    I still highly recommend it.

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  3. i recently purchased the presto... but i dont really know what's the best choice between the cadence and presto..can you please give me some enlightenment? I

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