Excerpt: I owned this pushchair when my middle son (who is now six) was about 8 months old. I had it in a khaki colour and it was probably the best pram I had ever bought. (we had about 10 prams in the house at one point.... pramaholic!!) I was in my local town centre one day, on a market day and there was a baby stall, now there had never been on before and has never been one since. I had a quick look and spotted this pram...... I had to have it!
Excerpt: I bought this pushchair as a spare for at the grandparents house and was amazed at the size of the basket, you could fit your whole house in there which is great because lets face it, babies don't travel light! My son was around 18 months old when I purchased this pushchair and he fitted in it nicely, by the time he got to 2 it was a bit too snug for him and I felt the weight of my son made the pushchair quite flimsy, it seemed to bend and flex a bit too much for my...
Excerpt: This is my third buggy review (and hopefully the last) as I do have a penchant for purchashing buggies. I purchased the Graco Citisport from BabiesRUs because it was on a special offer and after getting fed up with my Maclaren Daytripper, I fancied something a bit different. The Citisport definately has an interesting look about it, quite unique from other buggies in the same range.
Excerpt: I bought the Graco Citi-Sport about a month ago for my 4 month old daughter. I'd been using a sling and felt that it was time to move onto a buggy of some sort as my back was starting to complain and I craved fast walking again! I did extensive research. I don't drive, live in a one-bedroomed, second floor flat and need to use buses and trains in London every day. I needed something light and nippy, foldable and generally hefatble.
Excerpt: I purchased the graco city-sport in January of this year and have only used it for infrequent trips to the city, shopping. I have always found it very difficult to manouvre, either in the locked or unlocked wheel position but I just accepted this for the convenience of having a pushchair that was easy to lift and get in and out of my car. I also very much appreciate the lie-back facility which is brilliant when the little one falls asleep.
Excerpt: I bought my Graco Citi-Sport about 6 months ago when I discovered that the luxurious and very trendy ATP that I had bought earlier in the year for my unborn child, while perfect for long country walks, was pretty useless for anything else. The main attractions of the Citi-Sport are that it is very compact and incredibly light. I can easily fit it into my Corsa and I can lift it in and out of the boot with one hand.
Excerpt: I purchased the Metro Sport, which from what I can gather is the slightly more jazzy but fundamentally the same Graco P/C as this. I find it astonishing that anybody recommends this shoddy triumph of bad design and can only think they have never tried anything else to form a real comparison.
Excerpt: I bought this pram when it was first sold. 4 other mothers I know were impressed that they too went and got one. people stopped me in the street to ask where we got the pram. Therefore the first star is for its looks. The citisport comes in various colours including yellow/black, blue/navy, red/black depending on the stockist. The Pram was quick and easy to assemble.
Excerpt: I have had this stroller since my child was born. For an infant it helped to eliminate the use for cumbersome baby equipment or a pram. (My son never complained he was uncomfortable.) I was happy. Its sturdiness & durability made me feel he was safe & secure. It folds easily for a large size stroller. The handles on this stroller are at a perfect height for a tall, as well as, a short person. When he weighed very little it was perfect.