Musty Lite Rider Infant Seat Baby Stroller Review

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Learn about the features of the Musty Lite Rider Infant Seat baby stroller in this free video for parents on quality baby strollers.

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Video Transcript

Today we're going to be talking about the Musty Lite Rider. This is actually a pretty snazzy stroller. Kind of comparable to the Stokke Xplory to a certain degree. If you notice, this particular stroller, it comes with a bassinet and it comes with the older kids seat, which I will show you. If you notice, the bassinet is nice and high. You don't have to do a lot of bending over to reach your kid. It makes it a lot easier for you to interact with your baby. That's what I meant by sort of somewhat like the Stokke Xplory. Nice height adjustable handle, which makes it very easy to adjust for your comfort. Bassinet comes with the canopy. You can pop this unit out of the base. Simply popping there, picking up, set it to the side. You use your bassinet for like 3 months, 4 months max. I'll show you real quick how this folds without the seat on. What's nice about this particular stroller, it will fold with the bassinet seat on there, and it will fold with the toddler kids seat. Unlike a lot of strollers that look like the Musty, none of them fold with both seats. They have a step on the competition by doing something like that. Open basket, not the largest, but it's better than nothing. It is open so it makes it a little easier to get to. To fold the stroller, I'll simply show you like this because there's nothing on it, then I'll show you the other way. You just pull up and push in and it simply drops. It locks automatically and this is basically your aluminum frame, very lightweight. There is a release lever over here you pull up, pick up on it, opens to stroller. I'll raise the handle up, now I'll show you the older kids seat, which is here. You can go ahead and put this on like so, lock it down and there you go.


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