I wanted to review the product for the rare times, I use the stroller to take Kalen to his appointments at Texas Children's. His neurologist is on the 9th floor and his heart doctor is on the 20th or 21st floor. Going to the doctor requires a lot of walking from the main building to the West Tower. The trip also requires two sets of elevators: the regular elevators plus the express elevator. Kalen does not like to walk that far at all and I refuse to carry him that far, even in the sling, unless necessary.
I used the organizer, the last time, Kalen went to the heart doctor. I tried to stuff as much junk as I could in it. Kalen's cup, food, camcorder, kindle, ice cream, pen, etc to test the strength and weight limits. It worked.
This time, I took my great-niece's stroller to the hospital since my nephew took one of the wheels off Kalen's stroller. Riah's stroller was hard to push at times, which made the walk longer.
The organizer is easy to install. You snap the sides together around the stroller handles on each side.
The stroller organizer is sold on Amazon and the product is prime-eligible.
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