DetailsLightweight, Mobile Positioning Stroller for Early Intervention to Preadolescence.Highly recommended for children from infancy through elementary age, this innovative special needs push chair makes style and function accessible to all. The Special Tomato eio Special Needs Stroller accommodates children who weigh 90 pounds or less or are under 48" tall; features padded fabric seat and back laterals, and head pad.Ultimate comfort comes from head to toe padding, standard angle adjustment foot well, a 5-point Comfort Wrap harness and full recline capability. European inspired styling is enhanced with a lightweight, yet durable aluminum frame, which moves easily on streets, over grass and in the mall. The canopy offers an attractive, all-important protection from the elements. Covered in easy-care, contemporary-colored fabric, this clean, classic design is affordable for everyone.
2 Year Warranty
- Padded head rest, hip & back laterals
- Back rest angle adjusts from 25° to 75°
- Footwell and push handle are both angle adjustable
- 5-Point Comfort Wrap harness with chest strap and shoulder pads
- Removable sun canopy with window and large pocket
- Easy-push, airless wheels are extra large—11" rear, 9" front— to simplify navigation on the street, park and indoors
- Swivel-front wheels with lock-out feature add security on rough terrain
- One-touch rear brake with spring suspension
- Lightweight aluminum frame
Special Tomato eio Stroller Specifications:
Special Tomato eio Stroller Seat Size 14"W x 12"D Seat Back Height 24" Stroller Weight 22 lbs. Weight Capacity 90 lbs. Seat to Footwell Stroller Only - 13"
Liners Size 1 & 2 - 15"
Sitter Size 1 - 16"
Sitter Size 2 - 17"
Handle Height to Floor 30" - 43" Open Dimensions 45"H x 24"W x 46"D Folded Dimensions 18"H x 24"W x 36"D Seat Reclines Adjusts from 25° - 75°
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Customer Reviews 5 item(s)
- We had our stroller delivered yesterday. I was concerned that it would be difficult to put together but was pleasantly surprised that no tools were needed and it only took me about 15 minutes to put it together. my son fits very nicely into it and still has plenty of growing room left. The stroller is very easy to push and maneuver around in tight spots. We just love it. I've already recommended it to my other friends that have special needs children.
- We have now had our stroller for about 9 months and have used the stroller almost daily. We were able to take the stroller on a plane trip we took. The airline was very supportive. The stroller folds up but not as small as most. I am very happy that this stroller allows for turns in tight spots and is very easy to push. My son likes the back and hip padding that stabilizes his movements. I would definitely recommend this stroller to everyone with the need for a special needs child.
- We LOVE love LOVE this!! My son has severe Cerebral Palsy and he loves this. It allows him to go with us everywhere because its all terrain and he can lay completely down and take a nap when he feels like it.
- fabric & support
- We, too, have an issue with no being able to clean the seat. The fact that it does not fold up very much is a struggle too. It takes up a lot of space in the trunk. My most important gripe is that it really is not very supportive at all. Maybe my kiddo is a smidge more affected than some but she gets pretty slumpy and uncomfortable after a pretty short amount of time. I don't think that there is much more support in here than in a regular stroller. It's great that it will last a long time and accommodate her growing size and it really does push and turn nicely but the support...I expected more. I may try the insert but I still would've thought there would be more to the support in the seat.
- Pro & Con
- Like most things in life there are pros and cons. This stroller is a great piece of equipment and we have gotten a lot of use out of it. It is very maneuverable and pretty heavy duty.