The Viaro is an ideal baby travel system because it has an aluminum frame, sleek 3-wheel design and treaded tires. The KeyFit 30 Infant Car Seat is a top-rated one. This car seat is easy to install because of the SuperCinch Force-Multiplying LATCH Tightener. The attachment to the stroller is secure. A pull strap and button tucked under the seat is all it takes to fold a one-handed. A reclining toddler seat and canopy offer a comfortable ride with shade and privacy. The Viaro has a padded push handle, a large storage basket for baby essentials, and two cup holders. The Viaro has a padded push handle, a large storage basket for baby essentials, and two cup holders.
👤I was three months pregnant when I had this beauty picked out. It comes with the keyfit 30, and they fit together beautifully. I put this baby together while I was 34 weeks pregnant and it was very easy to do. It was easy to put together and move with the focused front wheels and 3 point base, as opposed to a four point base which was part of the reason we chose this model. The hood on the car seat is pretty rigid to adjust, but that will get easier over time, I believe. There is a good amount of storage space underneath the stroller. We bought an additional carseat base to make transitions easier. It's cheaper to purchase a stroller/carseat as a bundle. I was able to save an additional $75 dollars by buying it on Prime day this year, and I couldn't be happier. Looking forward to using this set with a baby.
👤I spent hours researching strollers and travel systems. The car seat was my top priority. I wanted the stroller to be easy to use and have the ability to run with it. I had to make a decision between getting a travel system or a separate car seat. The most cost effective option was the Chicco Viaro travel system. 5 1/2 months later, we are not disappointed. The baby car seat from Chicco has been great. It is strong and safe. The base of the car seat is very easy to install and the seat clicks into it. When my son was a baby, we used a stroller with the infant car seat. The way the car seat snaps into the stroller is very convenient. It was comforting to know that everything worked out well. We use the stroller without the car seat and are happy with that function. The stroller harness can be snapped together. The stroller is easy to push. I know that choosing a stroller and car seat is difficult. This travel system will not be missed.
👤I didn't think I would mind but I do. There is no locking it up. 2. The majority of my car. When I get groceries, I like to play a game of getting everything to fit or something is piled on top of the stroller. You still need to store the tray and attach it to hold the infant seat after removing the snack tray. The cup holders are smaller than expected. I have to move my hands to an uncomfortable position because the handle of the cup is not big enough to fit in a 32oz Yeti. The extra tray between the cup holders is small. Iphone11 needs to stand up or lay on to fit perfectly. A small wallet or card holder is ok for smaller phones. 4. I didn't think it would be that big of a deal, molded plastic wheels and zero suspension make for a very bumpy ride even on smooth pavement. It's not something I expected to see a newborn walk through a parking lot. 5. The back wheels tend to stick out more than I am used to on jogging strollers. 6. The diaper bag is in the basket. There is not a lot of extra room for the mini diaper backpack with the infant seat attached. The diaper bag ends up on my back as I shop alone. If I wanted to push the diaper bag up towards the front of the stroller, it would just slide back down to the larger area, because there is extra space in the front. The pros are 1. It is nice to have the wheels locked so it can stand on end in a folded position. Light weight 3. I can whip it out of the back of my car because it doesn't lock in the folded position. Quickly flips into position. 4. Well 5. It comes with a snack tray and cup holders. It's nice to have 4 cup holders. 6. Sun shade on stroller overlaps with infant carrier to create a full enclosure. It has been nice with covid and a newborn 7. If the sun is setting and we are walking into it, the shade will flip down so I can shield the baby from it. There are things I would have reconsidered if I had purchased them.
The safety 1st all in 1 travel system allows for a seamless transition from car to stroller without disturbing your baby. Adding back and neck support for newborns is included in the 35 liter rear facing infant car seat. On sunny days, a canopy with flip out visor and peek a boo window provides shade and airflow, and a basket under the seat provides storage for baby items. Do not use harsh household cleaners. The stroller is lightweight, has a fast hand fold, and stands on its own when folded. A 5 point safety harness keeps children up to 50 pounds in stroller mode or up to 35 pounds in car seat mode safe and secure, with height adjustments to provide a custom fit. This travel system is certified by the JPMA and has a limited warranty. Safety 1st believes that parents should have less worries and more joyful moments so that they enjoy their child's experiences. Safety 1st believes that parents should have less worries and more joyful moments so that they enjoy their child's experiences.
👤I am very happy with my purchase. This is my third baby stroller and it's probably the best. The stroller and car seat are very light and easy to open for mothers who go out alone with their baby. The car seat is a bit narrower than the standard models.
👤The car seat is terrible. We bought it for our baby and it's past the return date so we'll be returning immediately. The seat belt rubs her legs. It will only get worse once she is bigger.
👤The Safety 1st travel system was the one we decided on. We've had it for about a month and we love it. I feel safe with my baby in the car. I love the stroller as well. We can see the baby in the stroller without opening it when we put the car seat in it. It is very easy to collapse and store. Very happy with the purchase.
👤We are expecting a child soon. This is for the price and look. Everything for girls is pink. We chose the lavender color because we wanted something a little different. This was perfect. Indeed, it is. I love how smooth the stroller moves and how well cushioned the carseat. It's very easy to put together.
👤The stroller is easy to fold and unfold, and it has a great storage space under it. The carseat pieces are small and annoying to use.
👤I absolutely love this travel system. The car seat is great. It comes with a newborn insert, and has excellent padding and support for your baby. It's at the right angle for your child to be safe and comfortable. It's easy to clip right into the base and then turn around and clip into the stroller. The stroller is light and easy to carry. You can open it with your flipflops on and not have to fight it or anything like that, because the breaks are easy. It's never good when it's impossible to clean something, but this is a breeze to just pull the liner out of the seat and throw it in the wash. I had a different travel system from another manufacturer that I was not happy with. The other one looked really cheap, but it stopped working after a month of use. This one has lasted longer and is beautiful, and I've been very pleased with my purchase.
👤This would be great for our new born son because it has memory foam. The seat is more forward when carried by the handle. His body is on his chest. The base of the seat moves when put in a vehicle. The stroller it comes with is stupid and the straps break the base is safe. I thought it was stupid. I have never been the one who came up with this stroller idea.
👤This seat is very sad. Completely unsafe. The strap on the bottom is too short for a brand new baby and the base is not tight enough. Don't buy! If possible, I would give zero stars.
There are some bold moves. It's easier than ever to get your child in and out of the car with the innovative rotating car seat. The Sure360 Safety Installation System with Lock Strong and Tether360 keeps the Revolve360 safe and secure, so you can install it once and done. Grow with gold. 10 years of use and 3 modes,Rear Facing, Forward Facing, and Booster. It is possible to adjust your child's seat for maximum comfort without having to change it. It is possible to adjust your child's seat for maximum comfort without having to change it. It is possible to adjust your child's seat for maximum comfort without having to change it.
👤The lap belt is very awkward. My daughter's legs are being dug into. I was very excited about this seat after reading reviews. It was easy to install, but if the belt is shaped like that then I can't use it. It really digs. So disappointed. It was difficult to unclip. It took a long time to unclip because it was so stiff. I felt terrible.
👤Our daughter is just 3 years old and fights me when I get into the car because she wants to be in charge. It leads to fights and head bumps. "To TIGHT" is the constant refrain, often because I'm leaning into the car to get her set. The Evenflo Revolve is a car seat. I wanted to be ready for daycare pickup after the canton showed up. I unboxed and un-bagged the seat and the company had the manual at my finger tips. The set removes from the base so that you can focus on getting the belts threaded properly and secure with the arm that they provide which is used to tighten the LATCH. The life of the seat is dependent on the seatbelt. I used the LATCH connectors for a quick swap on day one, but will need to update the seatbelt this weekend. I got it tight as a drum on the first try, and was ready for pickup after watching a quick but easy to follow install video on YouTube. The little lady was curious and it took me a few minutes to wait for her to finish her inspection and let me put her in with the seat facing toWARD the door. We're really excited for this seat, it will work for years in a booster mode as she gets bigger, and we'll be ready for easy in and out no matter which side of the car we're on. There is a genius. We have other little ones in our family, so I've stowed the butt pad and infant extra infant head pad in the trunk in case we need to tote anyone else's little one around, with the easy rotation feature we'll be able to accommodate kids of any age in There are recline positions that are backward facing. The EveryStage is a level up for our primary vehicle and is one of the reasons why we had another all in one Evenflo Car Seat. It's a new seat to the market, but so far it's been great. Highly recommended.
👤I was against the car seat but I love it! The other brand has a giant thing on the bottom, but I like the rotating concept. It fits well in a Honda Civic. My kids are still rear facing and it looks very comfortable. I wish it had an option to recline in the reclining position. It is great, except for that.
👤I was worried that my Honda Civic wouldn't fit, but it does! It took some time to fit my son, but now he is safe and comfortable. It was easy to install in the car. I like it so far. The update was 2 months later. I love this thing. It's so easy for my son to get in and out of the car.
The complete travel system includes a jogging stroller, B-Safe Gen2 infant car seat, car seat base and adapters. Smooth Ride: Mountain-bike-style suspension for an ultra-smooth ride, and air-filled tires save on trunk space. Kid comfort: fully upright, padded seating allows your child to see the world; one-hand recline adjustment lets you quickly lay the seat back with the squeeze of a button. Britax Safety has a sturdy build with a high- strength steel reinforced car seat base and protective shell. 3 easy steps to install with confidence are: connect lower anchors, pull straps to tighten, and click carrier into base. 3 easy steps to install with confidence are: connect lower anchors, pull straps to tighten, and click carrier into base.
👤Bob has a stripped down version of the other strollers, like the flex 3.0 and adventure pro. The storage pockets are missing on this model and the handle grip is not on it. It is the lightest stroller of the various models and has some benefits. Don't worry, if you are a johnson, you won't miss out on the extra pockets on the more expensive models. The signature shock of this stroller is key for a comfortable ride. The wheels are smaller on the rear compared to the more expensive ones. This stroller is packed with features that you really need, but there are no options that are necessary. Check out my video. Press the helpful button if you find my review helpful.
👤I wanted to hate it. I loved how light it was and how small it was. I loved how easy it was to push and that the sun visor went far down to protect my little one from the sun beams. It pushed on the beach as well. The wheels losing air from being in my car was great, but I never had any issues with it. I don't like the things. It is really small. I have a small girl. I felt like her butt wasn't on the seat enough because the seat ledge isn't deep. Her head touched the top when the visor wasn't down. My little girl is a peanut. She is two years old and weighs 22 lbs. If you have a 1 year old, they will grow up. It should be a more long term stroller for the money. The basket under the seat is small. There is little room for storage. I felt the handle bars were short without being able to adjust them. I am considered tall for a female 5ft 8 inches but the dads out there are much taller. I had trouble with the height of the stroller. I was hunched over to push it. The child's foot space is very small. If you're looking for a bob stroller and want to save money, I recommend you buy the bigger revolution style stroller. I don't think it's fair to get all the bells and whistles for an extra $100. The stroller would be perfect for a shorter, more dainty mom but she wouldn't have enough room for her child to grow into it. I returned the stroller and went back to my jogger.
👤I was looking for a jogging stroller. I was told I had to get a stroller if I was going to run. It's what all the cool moms use. I looked them up and was horrified when I saw the price. Like it? Right? I wouldn't get many years use out of it, and my son is 18 months, so I couldn't justify spending that much. I don't want a grown child in a stroller. I searched for two months. These women will let their $400+ strollers get completely covered in God knows what and not clean them once, and still have the audacity to list them for $250+! I decided to bite the bullet and order this bad boy because I know I can sell it on the market place and get more than I paid, since I got an open box one. I am the cool military mom on my block. It looks great. My son falls asleep on the ride. I don't form a runner. I haven't been running in years. I gained some weight during the Pandemic so this is my way of losing it. I can run much faster with this thing than I did on my own. That's a plus.
Large bicycle tires roll. There is a Parent Tray with 2 Cupholders. locks for jogging and front wheel for easy maneuvering. A large canopy and storage basket are included in the Reclining Padded Seat. The compact fold is easy to use. The compact fold is easy to use.
👤The stroller is easy to fold. You will need to put the wheels on. I read about the complaints. The problem was solved when I bought a janabebe head and body support. This will help your child be comfortable and get the support they need. I love the carseat and stroller for the price.
👤I used it a couple of times with my newborn, before it started wobbling violently and almost tipped over the carseat, before I had the baby in there. My husband tightened the front wheel nut and it was fixed temporarily, but it came back as I was crossing the street, which was very frightening. I can't return it because I bought it before my baby was born and the wobble didn't happen until I took him out in the stroller. I contacted BabyTrend and they told me that my husband had already done it twice. I'm not sure how long the replacement bearings and housing nut will fix the problem for. This "jogger" needs to be recalled. It's dangerous for babies. It's not safe to walk. The price was great for the stroller and infant carseat, but it's not worth it.
👤I started looking at baby gear that would help us stay active after I found out I was pregnant with my second child. The options for a jogging stroller travel system are limited, and most strollers these days are black or charcoal grey, who decides? I knew I didn't want a black stroller. I used bright colors for my strollers with my first child, including a vivid spring green and an eye-catching orange. I chose these because of their high-visibility. I wanted to know if cars could see me at night because I would be using them for a lot of walking and public transit. The strollers that were produced a few years ago are not being produced anymore. This set was the best compromise, other than some joggers and a couple that were way out of my price range. It's not bright colored. I'm not as reliant on public transit as I used to be. My vision is that when I'm using this stroller, I'll be able to go for a jog or go to the zoo away from traffic. The color choice is more of an aesthetic choice at this point. I chose the Optic Teal color over the other blue shade for a number of reasons. * It's in my top 5 favorite colors. So happy! I don't know the baby's gender because I'm early in my pregnancy. I think blue-green shades are more gender neutral. If you don't know the baby's gender or aren't interested in highly-gendered baby products, it's a good choice. I bought the color at an excellent price, otherwise I would have waited until I was closer to my due date. I was pleasantly surprised to find that the blue-green was the same as it appeared on my monitor, but the contrasting grey fabric parts were much more grey, and didn't appear as black as they did on my screen. The black parts are plastic and the rest of the dark color is charcoal grey. There aren't many colorful strollers on the market these days, even though some of us parents prefer a high-visibility stroller. The teal is neutral. It's not so dark as it seems, the grey is more charcoal in person, so it's functional. I want to address the car seat. The Babytrend ALLY 35 Infant Car Seat is included in the set. It's light at just about 6.6 lbs so my arms won't get tired when I have to carry it with a baby inside. The seat is basic and will do for a rear-facing seat until my baby is old enough to move to a convertible seat. It has a handle that will allow you to lift and carry them without having to wake them up. This was a lifesaver with my first child, who spent a lot of time in her car seat since it functioned well for other uses than just riding in the car. Her seat was also her away-from- home nap spot and she learned to kick her legs in the right rhythm to rock herself. I think I'll need to purchase an extra head-support cushion for the first few months, there's not much to keep their head in the same position. The cushion that comes with the seat is meant to be used for the first half of the baby's first year. It can be positioned higher with the straps or kept at the same height. Behind the cushion there are 4 levels of height adjustment which you can set for later growth. Also: The main cushion and headrest are clean. The seat is well-suited for the base and has a built-in level so you know your child is in the safest possible position. The "Rebound position" is said to further reduce injury in a collision by setting the handle to multiple positions. In summary: The person is lightweight at about 6.6 lbs. Although the base is easy to use, could use an extra headrest cushion, but has a handy built-in level and the handle can be set to the rebound position. My perspective on this might be different based on that. I felt the handle of the stroller stuck out far from where the baby was sitting. I thought that this would allow more range of motion for the person pushing. You can run without hitting it. It makes sense to me, as the stroller feels rugged and heavy, but perhaps it's just me. The stroller is almost 36 lbs. It's not super light, but it can be good or bad depending on your needs. I like the heft. I intend to use this thing until I can sell it to a boutique or resell it myself. I wanted a stroller that would last a while and be in good shape. This one is capable of the task. The frame is made of tubing that is heavier than the average person's body weight. The plastic pieces are thick and solid, so they don't give any impression that they might snap. The basket is small and I'll be able to fit a diaper bag, my purse, some of my older kid's toys and things in it. Even if I weren't carrying as much as I do, this has all the space I need. If I were still taking public transit to pick up boxes of diapers and wipes once a month, I would have no problem fitting the mega-sized box of diapers and a large mega-sized pack of wipes, but I might need to hang my diaper bag from the handle in that situation. The parent tray has a console panel that runs across the handles and is a nice upgrade over the 2 cup holders and covered center trap I'm used to. I could fit my phone, keys, wallet, and two drinks in the holders, as well as my center console. I like that it has a cover for the middle tray so that if I get caught in the rain, I can protect my phone and keys. The child tray has pros as well. The Tray is made of a plastic that is not harmful to the environment. Having a tray on the stroller for toys and snacks was essential for my last child. Sometimes I have to feed my child something at the same time as I leave the house. It got messy, but not as much as it could have been without the tray. She wasn't hungry and I was late. There are two cup holders in this tray. She would spend a lot of time putting toys in her cup holder and taking them out. She wouldn't have had to shove her drink next to her in the seat if she had two cup holders. I like the design of the tray. The cup holders sink down from the flat part of the tray to prevent a mess. The reason this is good is... Liquids flow down. They can be better managed if they flow down into the cup-holder reserve. Less mess! Applause! The travel system is intended to be used when the baby is big enough to use the tray. With the car seat! I decided to study the booklet to make sure I was using everything correctly, as I've never had a travel system before. I found that in order to fit the car seat in the stroller correctly, you have to follow a few precautions built in by the manufacturer. There are two knobs on the stroller frame that can be turned on and off. The car seat needs to be turned inward so that it can rest in the stroller. There is a strip of elastic at the left side of the stroller that must be connected to the car seat's seatbelt strap holder. See my pictures for more detail. I had to put air in the tires when I pushed the stroller. Pushing was no longer an issue once I did. If you're new to three-wheeled strollers, you'll need to get used to the increased maneuverability of a single wheel while walking, but you can also lock the front wheel to a forward position to reduce shaking and make it easier to turn. There is a wrist strap to keep the stroller from getting away from you while you run, and on top of the two foot brakes at either wheel. Kenda makes the tires on this. I'm familiar with the brand from my previous life as a bicycle commuter. Kenda makes decent tires and tubes for bicycles. I've bought their products many times but I always use a tube slime to make sure my tires don't go flat. I'll be doing the same with these wheels. Since last time, nobody wants to get ready for a walk, bike or run just to find their tire is leaking all the air. I don't think I'll like having a flat. I might invest in a backup stroller for this reason. The stroller folds down by pulling on the handles. There's nothing to hold your grip against while you pull the lever, so folding it was difficult. If you don't put your foot down on the bottom bar, you'll struggle with it. If you prop it up onto the handlebars, it will stand up on its own. I like this kind of function but I don't like it very much. I love that it's able to stand on its own, but I hate that it has to rest the handle on the dirty floor in order to do so. I think it is what it is. I couldn't dock a star for it because of the price. The textured rubber grip on the handlebars feels like it won't slip from my hands. The stroller is even more rugged thanks to this addition. The stroller is a little heavy but rugged and tough giving the impression that it will last a while. The parent tray console is convenient and the child tray is also. The stroller can be difficult to fold, but it stands upright when you fold it, unfortunately this places the handle on the floor. The tires are of a well-known brand although basic, and may go flat as they are air-filled, but they are not no-name at all. The basket is large and will fit a lot. The front wheel is locked. The brakes seem very good, the strap is a nice security function that all good joggers will have, and the handlebars are not slippery. The set was manufactured on 3/27/2018. It's recommended that baby gear be used no longer than 6 years past the date of manufacture, and this tells me that it's not old stock. Over al. I'm happy with this set. I want to use it. I'll keep you updated when I get a chance. I have high hopes for this set. My youngest is 6 months old and we've been having a great time with this stroller. We use it for our morning jogs to his sister's bus stop and enjoy it. There are a few things that bother me, but they are minor and for the price this set is still a good investment for us. We sold the car seat we received as a gift at around 2 months after we received it. The provided cushion insert didn't make him any bigger in the seat, and he was very small in the seat the first few weeks. I bought a softer, fluffier infant seat insert which made the fit better for him. I used the insert without a cushion because it was too hot for him to be comfortable in, even though he grew and the days got warmer here in Florida. I'm glad we got another seat that was permanently installed. Studies show that infants are at risk of suffocation when they sleep in infant carrier-style seats because of the angle of their head and the possibility that it will fall into their chest. They say that they are in danger because of the outside of the car. I say that. What is the difference? Outside of the car, the angle isn't much different. Not worth the risk. I was terrified for him to sleep in the seat, but I had to move him because newborns spend most of their time sleeping. It would have been the same as with the one we replaced it with, however, using the carrier to move him from the house to the car and vice versa would be preferable in hotter or much colder weather as it would keep the temperature of his seat more comfortable and consistent. The stroller has small annoyances. The seat back is not always even when the recline is adjusted. The baby will sit with his head at an angle against the stroller side because it will shift to the side. The strap covers at the shoulder do not stay in place, and the straps are rough when they rub on the baby's skin. The crotch strap is narrow and will turn into a wedgie in a short time. The bottom of the basket got folded in a way that made it warped before my son was born. It's a thin plastic, like a cutting board, and now it's permanently warped. It doesn't work anymore, but it shouldn't have been so easy for it to be folded up wrong. These minor annoyances are something I can deal with, but I have docked a star from my review. This set is still a good investment. I still use the stroller as our main stroller despite having a gb pockit stroller, because the car seat would be a good secondary or backup seat.
The KeyFit 30 Infant Car Seat is one of the top-rated travel systems. The canopy and seat are removed and the child tray is used for attachment. The smart fold design is compact and stands on its own. The canopy has a peek-a-boo mesh window. Large wheels with treaded tires and a large storage basket with front and rear access. Premium LATCH, a SuperCinch force-multiplying tightener, and aremovable newborn head and body support are included in KeyFit 30. Premium LATCH, a SuperCinch force-multiplying tightener, and aremovable newborn head and body support are included in KeyFit 30.
👤I spent the best money I have ever spent. My granddaughter was involved in a car accident. Both cars were totaled after the head on collision. Four adults are injured with broken bones in the middle of two cars. The man in the back seat of the car was flown to the hospital with a broken back. The adults were wearing seat belts. You can imagine the shock. There was no scratch on Ava. She was protected by the car seat with the base locking system. She was saved by this seat with all the safety systems. I don't think what would have happened in a cheap seat would have happened. We retired the seat involved in the accident and ordered a new system to keep her safe.
👤My wife and I bought this travel system. We were overwhelmed with choices when we were first time parents. We were going to buy a much more expensive travel system when we found the Chicco Bravo. It has all the features that the more expensive systems had. It was very easy to set up the system. My wife and I played with it to see how easy it was to fold it up and put it back together. It could not possibly be easy. You can collapse the stroller with a single hand. The weight is even better. We were in stores every weekend playing with different travel systems and none of them were as easy to use as the ChiccoBravo. We held out on some of the higher end travel systems because of the weight. My wife and I can easily lift the stroller into the back of our truck or SUV with the help of the Bravo. The base for the car seat was easy to set up. It took me less than 5 minutes to get to my truck. The car seat is easy to put in and comes out with the pull of a latch. Our little girl is secured in a high quality car seat and I am at ease knowing she is. We have no complaints about the stroller rides. Since I know anyone reading this has read up on all the specifics, I won't list them all here. This travel system is very good for other parents. After spending hours in different baby stores, my wife and I decided this was the best buy, even though we were prepared to spend more money. The travel system makes my wife and I happy. It has held up well and we use it on a regular basis. Parents with other travel systems have commented on how they wish they had purchased the Chicco Bravo. It does everything that many of the overpriced systems do, and in my opinion, it is better.
👤The stroller basket underneath the seat is larger and it is easier to maneuver with the narrower width of the Bravo LE. We chose the LE because we wanted more comfort for our baby. I don't know what the differences are between the LE and Trio, but I can tell you that the LE comes with a child tray, extra canopy for the Key Fit child seat, extendable visor on the stroller, and a child tray. The child seat is more comfortable for the baby with LE. Our baby sleeps better in this car seat than in a crib or a napper. When you remove the seat from the stroller it becomes a light weight child seat carrier. It would be nice if the stroller was a little lighter, but this is a travel system. It's a very high quality product and no hustle trying to remove the child seat from the base. We love it and didn't regret spending the extra money. Highly recommended.
It is compliant with US regulations. One click installation of a vehicle. Proper seat angle adjustment and positioning is ensured by the height adjustment mechanism and easy-to-read Level Indicators. The LATCH system facilitates quick and easy installation. The belt locking clips allow snug and effortless seat belt installation. Doona is locked in position according to the Doona Installation Indicator. Doona is locked in position according to the Doona Installation Indicator.
👤Sper practico, pero ya viene con la compra del coche, deberan de explicar y no decir comprar estos 3 artculos por 700 us.
👤It is difficult to use the carseat without the base. If you are going in someone else's car, I would recommend using the base. It has an easy to see level while you are installing the base. When you use the base there is no guessing. You know your baby is safe.
👤I was hesitant to buy a second base for my Doona, but my husband has a two-door and getting our son in and out was going to be a nightmare. This was a good investment, I bought it.
👤It makes my life easier. Divide the amount over a year's use to make it worth it. I am grandma. I need one in my car as well.
👤I saw this in a restaurant and got it for my son. She is due in July.
👤It was quick and easy to buy for grandparents.
👤We bought an extra base for our cars. It was installed quickly and was very useful.
👤If you don't have a Doona, you're wasting time.
The 5-point harness and theadjustable handlebar act as an anti-rebound bar inside the car, as well as being the highest safety & quality standards, TUV and FAA aircraft approved for travel, 2 years manufacturer's warranty. The stretch material canopy and shoulder pads are made of Baby Safe Materials and Breathable Textiles. The Doona infant car seat, Doona bamboo infant insert, Doona bamboo head support, and Doona vehicle seat protector are included in the set. Babies between 4 lbs. and important size and usage information. To 35 lbs. And max. The height is 32 inches. The Doona Infant Car Seat is only in the back. Doona is small and lightweight. The car seat weighs only 16 lbs. The base weighs in at over 10 lbs. Doona is small and lightweight. The car seat weighs only 16 lbs. The base weighs in at over 10 lbs.
👤It is the best stroller in the world.
The lightweight car seat allows for easy travel with a quick and safe installation. The car seat can be used with or without the base, and can be attached to the stroller to create the perfect travel system. The shade canopy drape protects your child from the sun and wind. Babies are secured with aremovable infant insert that has fabrics that keep the baby cool. The car seat has an anti-rebound bar. The car seat has an anti-rebound bar.
👤The car seat is light weight and we wanted it to be. I don't know who invented the clip-on canopy and thought it was a good idea. The car seat is difficult to hold in the crook of your arm because the canopy doesn't support it. The flimsy handle gets stuck on the canopy when you try to move it up or down. There is a If the handle only had one button to adjust, it wouldn't be a problem, but you have to use both hands to do so, and you don't have a free hand to get the handle around the canopy. I tried for 10 minutes to figure out a way to get the handle up and down, but decided it would be too much trouble when the baby is here.
👤The chest clip broke. I threw out the box. I don't have a way to exchange it. The police department told me that the chest clip wouldn't be safe to use because it was broken.
The stroller frame accepts infant car seats. Accepts all Baby Trend car seats. The tray has a covered storage compartment. The weight is 45 pounds.
👤I wish someone would have written a review for me when I first purchased strollers. You're going to need three strollers. It's good to go if you invest $500 in strollers. You'll get what you pay for if you don't. Try a bunch of mid-priced strollers, but don't end up with what you want. An infant seat carrier that is lightweight and easy to fold apart and back together is the first stroller you'll need. I can't imagine what I would have done if I had a Baby Trend car seat carrier. You're going to spend a lot of time carrying that baby carrier. You need something that will allow you to toss that heavy seat in and run. It was well worth the investment, I used it a lot. I tried other combinations of infant carrier and carseat, such as the Modes 3 lite DLX Stroller, Includes Reversible Seat, and Evenflo Urbini. The Reversi lightweight stroller turned out to be a huge waste of money. The wheels are still plastic, and the Graco reversible only works with their propriety travel system car seat. No matter how tempting it may seem, don't settle for a regular sized plastic wheeled stroller. The Evenflo was a waste of money. Being able to flip the baby forward and backward does not matter at all. You need a lightweight and portable universal infant carrier. I only used that for the first six months of my daughter's life because she was so small. A good jogging stroller is the next stroller you need. I like my JOOVY. You can get a carseat accessory for it. It has big wheels for walking off the weight, but it is still light and compact. I would get the original ZOOM for sure, but I would get the Joovy's version of the Ultralight Jogging Stroller, Large Canopy, lightweight Jogger, Extra Large Air Filled Tires. It's worth it to get the rain cover. It is worse to walk with the sun in your child's eyes than it is to walk alone. You're still going to need something more compact than a jogging stroller. Don't get a regular sized stroller for the trick. That is a huge waste of money. You already have a jogging stroller. The two should do the trick when they are less than six months old. You will need to replace the infant seat carrier with an umbrella stroller once they are a little older. I tried the Cosco umbrella stroller. Another huge waste of money. My daughter fell out of it at the airport. I took her back through security, instead of leaving it at my destination. Every parent thinks they need a regular stroller, but what you actually need is a stroller for your trunk. The jogging stroller can live in the garage when you want to walk or run. You used to keep your baby carrier in your car, but now you need a second stroller. It needs a five point harness and a canopy. The canopy is worthless, that's my biggest complaint. It makes a difference. You need it to be small. A small stroller is needed for the purpose of carrying a baby. You'll pay a lot of money for a regular stroller, and it will sit in your garage unused. Either you will use your jogging stroller to power walk or you will need something for the run. That's all. I highly recommend the Joovy Kooper Stroller. It's an alternative to a regular stroller. I push the button to unfold it and it fits in my small car. It folds back up. The trifold takes up less space than an umbrella stroller. It glides through the aisles. Trying to push a stroller in a store is the worst thing that can happen. This is the solution. It is more than an umbrella stroller, but more helpful than a normal stroller. You don't need a stroller to turn your baby around. There is a place for a snack, a cup, a water bottle, and some shopping items below the cart. Even though they are plastic, the wheels are big enough to run in and out of stores. You'll use your jogging stroller for rough roads. It's just a matter of getting you in and out of the coffee shop without someone helping you hold the door. You have it! I wish someone had written a review for me specifically when I was trying to find a perfect stroller.
The only car seat carrier that is engineered exclusively for Graco seats is in this stroller, and it has a height adjusted handle. The stroller frame is the perfect infant car seat accessory, it is lightweight and convenient to use on the go. Car seat travel cart works with all Graco infant car seats. To clean the stroller frame, use warm water and household soap. One hand, standing fold, means no bending. There are 2 deep cup holders in the parent's tray. All wheel suspension for a smooth ride on any surface with single front swivel wheels for enhanced maneuverability is included in the Extra large storage basket. All wheel suspension for a smooth ride on any surface with single front swivel wheels for enhanced maneuverability is included in the Extra large storage basket.
👤This stroller is very good. It only took my husband 10 minutes to assemble. No tools are needed because everything clicks together. It folds easily, unlike some other reviews that say it is bulky. When we purchased a stroller for our daughter, we thought it would be easy to travel with, but it was bulky and hard to pack all the other necessities. The last photo is a comparison of the folded SnugRider Elite with the Uno2Duo. We received the Elite yesterday and haven't used it yet, so I'll update my review if we encounter any issues. The only two cons I can think of are 1. If the car seat is attached, it's difficult to get to the storage bin. You would need to put something in it before or after you remove the car seat. 2. The cup holders are small and shallow, so they don't seem to work with cups like the 30 oz, top- heavy tumblers. I feel like the pros of this stroller outweigh the cons. I will update this review once we use it.
👤I have had a stroller for 5 months now and I started out loving it because in theory, you can just place your car seat in it. Right? Let me tell you about the pros and cons of this. The bar moves so tall and short that you can adjust the handles to wherever you need them. You can easily lift it with one hand. It is very easy to put together. The lever to open the stroller is stuck after 4 months. The end result? It looks like it is your first day on the job as a parent. The car seat sticks where it "click and locks" and you end up having to say "f*ck it" while your baby judges you. The wheels seize up when rocks are stuck in them. I have tried roads and terrain. The wheels find the smallest pebbles and get the stove up. Unless you store it in the basket below, there is no storage for phones or real water bottles. If you accidentally leave the basket outside or it gets wet, the support is cardboard. Oh, yah. I had to find out the hard way. I would have liked to have gotten a jogging stroller. I need this stroller to deliver on what I need now that I have a baby. Between the lever to collapse it and the wheel issues, it is quite annoying. Don't get this if you're an active family. It isn't worth the frustration.
👤I thought people were crazy for having two strollers. Why do you need two? When I registered for my baby shower, I chose the jogger stroller and car seat combo. When my baby came home from the hospital, I found out that the jogger didn't fit in my car no matter how it was positioned. Apparently that is the reason people have two. I went into panic mode first. I searched for other car seats and found this stroller. I don't know what I would do without it. It is the only lightweight, compact stroller that works with my car seat and fits into my small car. This stroller is very good. We use it in place of a sling in restaurants. I picked it up and folded it when I came home from the hospital. I had hand surgery a few weeks ago and was able to pack it up and lift it.
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