api.polpharma.com Review:Polpharma Pharmaceutical Works - API Manufacturer - Polpharma Pharmaceutical Works is a world-class manufacturer, and the largest producer of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API) in Poland.
Country: 22.214.171.124, Europe, PL
City: 21.0362 , Poland
Very disappointed. I wanted to love this seat. I researched for months and bought this. It is seriously rock hard where the baby sits. I expected it to be firm but it was just cloth and the thinnest little pad you ever saw, then the hard EPP foam. The seat was also broken I'm pretty sure. It would lift up from the base and make a horrible noise and shift around when my son sat in it. Packed this seat up and it is headed back to Amazon tomorrow, it didn't even make it out to my car. Also I feel like certain elements of the seat they really didn't use the best quality. Like the chest clip, harness and belly pads, etc. For how much you pay for this seat it is pretty ridiculous. Clek really needs to work on comfort because their safety features really are top notch. I plan on getting a Peg Perego convertible instead.
I got my Trace Sport at Performance Bikes with a white/red/black color scheme (it was a special edition I think). I actually didn't know how to ride a bike before I got this one (go ahead, laugh) but don't be fooled, I've tested other bikes after this one but this is a great bike for the price and I'm really happy with it. It has all the speed of a road bike with the ruggedness (and heft) of a mountain bike. The fastest gear is super-fast and if you're in city traffic you'll find yourself pulling out in front of the car next to you from a dead stop. Along with the fast, smooth drivetrain comes a pair of cabled disc brakes which are extremely useful among Pittsburgh's many hills. Don't touch the rotors after a long, steep descent though. It's a very confident ride especially where potholes are common; this bike handles all sorts of hazards like a champ. It's pretty light as well for everyday commuting but it can't beat a road bike in that department. My only qualm is that the frame is pretty wide to make space for the brakes and since disc brakes still aren't terribly common, you're going to need to spec order some parts (rear racks for instance). Even so, this bike has great value written all over it.