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Inglesina Avio Stroller

Choosing the right stroller for your child often proves an exercise in research, store hopping, and frustration.  Any new Mom can attest to the hours spent deliberating over features, colors, and price.  With so many choices, how do you know which stroller fits your needs?

Trust me I know, with two kids and one hopefully on the way we have gone through many different strollers and none that matched the needs I needed! From a stroller that when reclined you can’t get to the basket underneath to being to big and bulky to push.

Inglesina simplifies this process with the addition of the made-in-Italy Avio to their already extensive stroller offerings. Incredibly easy to push and slim, Inglesina Avio fits into small spaces and looks sleek.  Most importantly, the Avio sports a great one-handed fold – making packing it up a cinch, even with baby in hand. Valuable features also include padded seating so your prince or princess will fly around town in comfort, and a roomy storage bin to sport Mom’s stuff.  Some other factors that make Avio a drool-worthy ride include a five-point harness for safety and a four-position recline.  And it comes in six colors, certain to suit your personal taste.

Now, I do really like this Stroller, but I am absolutely confused with how to open and close it, and there is no way you can do it one handed! In fact once I have it opened the handle bars move inward a little. I double checked the instructions and I did put it together properly. I think it’s a bummer because of the price on this stroller.  I even looked at the different videos online and am discouraged about this stroller. It is a very pretty stroller, folds up easily (not with one hand of course) and can take up little room.

I am sure the more I play around with it the better I’ll get at opening and closing it. I also will definitely be buying the Inglesina Avio Bassinet. The bassinet attaches to the frame with only a few snaps and is perfect for infants!

Overall  do really like this Stroller, I just think it may be too complicated for parents who want something simple. It does weigh 21 lbs.

“I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Inglesina and received an Avio stroller to facilitate this review.”

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Amanda Acuña an influential Mom Blogger created MommyMandy as an online resource to the parenting community. She has four children and they currently reside in Texas.


  1. What is the price? That’s too bad it’s so difficult to fold and unfold, a very important feature on a stroller.

  2. I love that it is not so bulky and has so many colors available! and of course the safety and padding for comfort is key.

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