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You love your new stroller. It’s so practical, durable, and stylish. It’s also so likely to get banged around at the airport. By the time you get to the baggage claim, you might be shocked to see that it’s had an even rougher trip than you have (though that mid-flight temper tantrum might give you the edge). Don’t risk it, buy a travel bag. These accessories have handles and sometimes even wheels for easier terminal-trekking. They are great for whenever you need to transport your stroller, whether you are traveling on the Euro-rail or just driving to your parents’ house for the holidays.
The BOB Revolution Travel Bag will let you safely store your stroller. It is constructed with premium materials, comes with heavy-duty coated handles, and features roller wheels for easy maneuverability.
Features and Benefits:
Fits Single BOB strollers (not Duallies)
Constructed with premium materials
Comes with a heavy-duty coated handle
Features roller wheels for easy maneuverability
Lightweight, easy to stroll
Bulky, not durable
I really wanted to have my BOB while spending 2 months in Italy. And I did not want to take a chance to land in Florence and find out it was broken.
1) You need to take apart the stroller in order to pack it.So I was not able to use the stroller in the airport. Plus, even if you are quick in taking the stroller apart, you do not want to carry the baby, the stroller, the baby stuff, and this big case.
2) The airline checked in the stroller and its case. I left it in Boston and picked it up in Florence.
3) The stroller survived. HOWEVER, the case is already "not in perfect condition". Hopefully, the stroller will survive the flight back home.
In conclusion. If you are traveling for a long period of time, it is worth it to have your BOB. And I had piece of mind, knowing it was in a specific container. YET I wonder if my BOB would have survived even without this expensive not so sturdy case.