I’ve had a chance to spend some time with the Pico 4, and I wanted to share some impressions. First of all, it’s definitely a sweet looking ride. We’ve received it in four colors, Navy, Blue-Green, Pink-Orange, and Brown-Orange. All colors are nice — rich and warm. Assembly was a piece of cake; it came out of the box basically ready to go. The distributor lists the weight at 26 lbs, but our trusty scale clocked it at just over 29. So it’s pretty heavy for a four-wheeled stroller. The adjustable suspension is outstanding, however, and accordingly the ride is quite nice. I’m not sure how the wheels will handle the snow, but the Pico 4 shouldn’t be classified as an all-terrain. The adjustable handlebar is one of my favorite features; it almost feels hydraulic. The brake is pretty cool, too, and the basket is roomy and accessable.In short, I would recommend this stroller to anyone who wants something unique. It will certainly stand out, and it has enough nice features to make it worth considering for parents who are not likely to brave the elements. Downsides? The weight, small-ish wheels, no car seat adaptor, and the rain cover is sold separately.
If you’re in the area, come by and take a testdrive. Hey, if it’s good enough for Seal…
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