We bought this at BRU before our trip to FL for a week vacation at the theme parks. We used this shade the entire trip (5 straight days of morning to night theme parks!) and he didn't get one ounce of sun! I loved this shade. I found it easy to fold, easy to open, easy to lower. It did blow around in the wind, but then I realized if you just attach the lower straps as far down as possible on the stroller, it doesn't do this. It was great for naptime, because we'd just pull the shade all the way down an..
I really like my stroller, but the canopy is very small and my baby is very, very fair. I thought about buying a new stroller with a fancy canopy, but decided to try this first.It did take some time to figure out the best way to attach it to the stroller. But now that I know how to get it on (so that I can still collapse the stroller), it is very easy to use. The material is very stretchy and it easily covers my Peg Perego Aria stroller. If anything, it is a bit too long. I really like the fact that it offe..
Pros:Self contained pocketCons:Doesn't get the job done when it's windySummary:I'd previously purchased a similar cover by Protect-a-bub, but decided to try this model because it cost half the price. In this case I got what I paid for--the 'tent rod' that is inside the front rim of the shade is too thin and doesn't keep the shade in place when there's wind. In contrast, the protect-a-bub model has a slightly thicker 'tent rod' in the rim, just enough to make it a little more stable in the wind.