Keep your child safe and protected with this Kolcraft Cloud Umbrella Stroller. It features a three-point safety harness to keep baby secure inside. The travel umbrella stroller comes with an extended sun canopy and rear hood to offer more protection. It also has mesh for increased air circulation. The foam padded handles of this black umbrella stroller make it easy to steer. It also includes a storage basket and a cup holder for added convenience.
Kolcraft Cloud Umbrella Stroller, Black:
- Stroller is designed for a child up to 40 lbs
- 3-point safety harness to keep baby secure
- Extended sun canopy and rear hood provide sun coverage
- Cool-climate roll-up exposes mesh for increased air circulation and creates a head rest
- Storage basket holds all of baby’s necessities
- Foam padded handles for easy steering
- Travel umbrella stroller features a cup holder for parent
- Shock-absorbing front swivel wheels
- Simple and compact 1-step fold makes travel a breeze
- JPMA certified
- Black umbrella stroller model# KU022-BLK1
- Just bought this stroller today. I wanted something less bulky than the one that came with my sons infant carseat. It folds up easily. It took my husband less than 20 mins to assemble it. He didn’t need any tools. My son is almost 2 and weighs 25 pounds. He seems comfortable in the stroller. Its easy to steer and is a good height so I’m not bending over to push it. I’m 5’7″. The handles are padded which I like. The shade can be taken off easily and provides much more protection from the sun than the other umbrella strollers I looked at. The only complaint I have is that the straps are difficult to adjust. Overall I think its worth the price. I guess time will tell how well it will hold up after being used a lot.
- I received this as a gift and love it. It is much lighter and more compact than our other stroller. I like how far down the canopy goes down to keep my baby covered. This stroller is easy to push and maneuver. I wish that the storage basket were bigger, but that is my only complaint with this stroller.
- I did a lot of research before I bought this umbrella stroller. It is exactly what I wanted and you cannot beat the value. It was easy to assemble, sturdy, easy to open/close, and it provides a comfortable ride for my baby. The handles are comfortable to hold and you don’t have to bend over to push it. The canopy is the biggest/best on the market. You can bring it way down low in front of your baby to shield him from rain, sun, wind, etc. or just make it dark for a nap. I carry this stroller in my trunk at all times. It takes up much less space than my other two strollers (a Graco travel system and a BOB stroller). It is good for things like shopping, walking the mall, going into the doctor’s office, or going from the car to the swim club. The only con, in my opinion, is that the canopy loses its shape when you leave the stroller folded up for a while. I tried removing the canopy before collapsing and storing the stroller in my trunk, but it has several points of attachment so it wasn’t quick and easy. The only thing that would make this stroller better is it the canopy either retained its shape when folded, or if there were a quick-release to remove the canopy when collapsing the stroller. Nonetheless, I would recommend this umbrella stroller!
- Excellent, excellent, excellent stroller–I really can’t recommend it enough. For $30 and such a lightweight option, this stroller is a steal. You can’t beat the value for the features! The wheels roll great on all surfaces, the mesh back is sturdy (yet cool for hot weather), it folds up nice and small/tight. I absolutely love it. My 3-year-old daughter (38″ tall) rode in this for a week on our Georgia/Florida vacation and rested her feet comfortably on the strap and was fully shaded by the awesome adjustable canopy. We roamed 2 large airports, went to Disney for 5 days, went shopping, walked the beach pier. This was just the best stroller I think I could have found for our needs. If you’re considering buying it, DO IT! For reference: I’m 5’3,” and this was a really comfortable height for me. Easy to push, maneuver, and fold/unfold. The only negative I can come up with is that the cup holder sometimes popped off when folding/unfolding, so just keep a good eye on it or maybe consider gluing it in place. Other than that, I can’t complain at all!
- We have a travel system. Today when i went to take our 3 month old out I realized it was in the back of the car, not home. I found this online with in store pickup available. I brought it home and had it put together within 15 minutes. The hard parts were the cotter pins and figuring out where the canopy attached. It was otherwise a real breeze and as long as your baby can sit up you’re all set. I was a bit concerned when I finished the assembly because it is perpendicular. He sat up without any problems and were out walking in it in a short time. The one thing I would change, as I am a tall woman with longer arms and legs than average, is to allow the handles to adjust for taller or shorter people. I love the padded handles, the ability to lift the back panel for summer walks (breathable support) and the cup holder too. Lastly our travel system has the worst canopy in the world but the canopy on the cloud umbrella stroller is fabulous with many adjustments available. I highly recommend this stroller as long as your baby is able to sit up on it’s own.
I ordered two of these online because I needed something that wasn’t too expensive for needing more than one but I also wanted a little more sturdy and safe than your conventional umbrella stroller. These came fast and the boxes were light weight maybe four pounds each. We were in need of strollers for our family outing but the price of just two of the cheapest basic strollers we could find were over 50 US dollars by themselves so it was just easier and smarter to go with two of these to save a little money. Good buy and don’t regret the choice
- I bought this stroller thinking it would be more sturdy than the cheaper 20 dollar strollers. When it arrived it took me some time to figure how to assemble it. I liked the way it looked and its fabric is more sturdy. However, the seat was very narrow. My 20 lb one year old barely fit into it. The metal bars that frame the seat dug into my child under the knees and to the sides around his arms and thighs. I figured if he barely fits now he’s never going to fit at 40 lbs. So I took it back and I’ve ordered a different stroller that has a wider seat.