Conclusion: As the little brother of the very likable Chicco Tuscany, Chicco's C5 pretty much falls flat on its face in comparison. What it's got going for it: it's cute, lightweight, compact, easy enough to steer, and comes with a nice extendable leg rest, back pocket, and underseat storage, as well as it's own rain cover. Before you get too excited when you look at the price, you should know that the C5 did not deliver when it comes to your child's comfort.
Excerpt: Product C6 - Sydney Key FeaturesStroller TypeUmbrellaNumber of SeatsSingle SeatHa... I did a lot of research before buying a stroller for my daughter. I read many reviews. I knew that I wanted ... When I registered for my son’s birth, I had no idea what I wanted in a lightweight stroller. I didn’t realize how different one stroller was from the next and settled on an inexpensive one that has turned out to be awful. It now lives at grandma and grandpa’s house.
Excerpt: Key FeaturesStroller TypeUmbrellaNumber of SeatsDouble / Twin SeatsHarness Points5-PointRec... Product Fly Stroller Key FeaturesStroller TypeUmbrellaNumber of SeatsSingle SeatH... After researching side-by-side strollers ad nauseum, I finally decided upon the Chicco C5 Twin. Runner-up was the Inglesina Twin Swift, but I am very happy with my Chicco purchase. There weren’t many reviews on the C5 as it is a new model, but the ones I found were all pretty positive.
Excerpt: Product C6 - Sydney Key FeaturesStroller TypeUmbrellaNumber of SeatsSingle SeatHa... Product chicco-c5 Key FeaturesStroller TypeUmbrellaNumber of SeatsSingle SeatHarn... What a nice break from a monster tandem stroller! After using our Graco Duoglider since our twins were born over a year ago, we started looking for a more compact stroller with a side by side design.