I am an American living in Berlin, Germany, (as of August 2011). I own your sit and stand stroller which I use for my 2 and 4 year old sons. I don’t know what I would have done in this city without the stroller, as it has become my “car” to transport the boys to pre-school and around the city and my invaluable means of transporting my groceries from the store to my apartment. The stroller has traveled with us around Europe, and has traveled well on buses, trains, and trams.
I thought it worth mentioning, however, that I have people (mostly mothers) stop me in the street almost daily to ask where I got the stroller (or pram as they say here) and if they can write down or photo the stroller to see if they can purchase one. They are truly amazed at the concept of a sit and stand stroller, as the only options I’ve seen here are big and bulky double strollers with one seat over the other, obviously meant for smaller children, or flimsy detachable standing platforms that fit onto the backs of strollers.Â The area where we live in Berlin is called Prenzlauer Berg, and is known around the city and possibly throughout Germany as “baby central”. It’s literally full of young families and babies, and most of the stores around here cater to that clientele. Thanks again, and best wishes for many more satisfied customers!