Pros: inexpensive, lightweight, pink and has princesses on it!
Cons: I didn't buy more than one!
Over the summer I spotted this Disney Princess Baby Doll Carseat Carrier in the Wal-Mart clearance section for under $5 and snatched it right up. My 2 year old daughter adores dolls and this seemed right up her alley. Turned out, this was a bigger hit than I ever imagined it to be. Now, looking back I should have picked up a few extras for gift purposes.
The carrier, from Hauck, can be used for pretend play as a carseat, carrier or feeding seat for dolls. The plastic handle can swivel so that it props the seat up for pretend feeding, or be in the upright position so this is like a bucket style carrier like an infant carseat/carrier (but way tinier!).
My daughter uses her Disney Princess Baby Carseat/Carrier primarily for toting around her dollies, and occasionally a stuffed animal. The seat can accomodate up to an 18" doll but those 12-15" fit best, like her Bitty Baby. Unlike the tiny carrier that came with her Cabbage Patch Newborn doll this Disney one can accommodate larger dolls and also has a much better safety belt to hold the doll in place. It has a 3-point harness that is your standard nylon strap with plastic buckle like a lot of baby gear does. My daughter has a little bit of trouble with unbuckling it, but can usually get her babies latched in without much difficulty. When she can't get the buckle opened she usually can just slide her dolly in under the strap or will forgo using the strap at all.
The entire seat and handle is made of pink plastic and is pretty sturdy, considering it was only a few dollars. My daughter loves the satiny cover with Disney Princesses on it. Admittedly, you could put Disney Princesses on just about anything and it seems like my daughter would want it. I like that the seat cover can be removed from the seat for washing. I've just handwashed and air-dried it since I didn't want to chance ruining the cover by sending it through my washer.
Overall, this is one of my princesses favorite pieces of dolly-gear - and probably the most inexpensive too.