Summary: We bought this stroller because we wanted an umbrella stroller that had the features of our full-size stroller. This one fits the bill! The seat reclines, it has a basket underneath, and it has cup holders; those were all on our list. It is light enough to carry up stairs, which I had to do recently. It can be difficult to fold & unfold at times, but we are very satisfied with this little stroller.
VERY GOOD VALUE, LIGHT WEIGHT COMES WITH EVERYTHING YOU NEED
Deb & baby Cameron born 5/11/08, Made for Mums
13 October 2008
Summary: Good basic travel system that wont break the bank.
Pros: wipeable car seat and buggy liner. Easy to fold small enough to fit in my small citron boot and simple to unfold and lock the car seat in place. Great for in town, traveling about and working mums.
Cons: Doesnt come in a wide range of designs and the material is more practical than luxurious. Didnt include a parasol or changing bag like some buggies. Not for country tracks or beaches.
Summary: This stroller is fairly easy to fold and store. My husband complains that it is a little hard to navigate. The wheels aren't as smooth as my travel system and my big complaint is that's it is hard to steer with 1 hand. Because of the 2 handles you have to use both hands, which sometimes is difficult when trying to do multiple tasks. The sunshade isn't very big and really doesn't much shade.
Excerpt: I brought this travel system for my son who is now 9 months old and am satisfied that I got my money's worth out of it .I have used it as just a car seat alone and also as a travel system when out and about so I would say it is very versatile.It looks good when the car seat is attached to the pram and the arched handle frames look very nice.It is easy to steer when out and about but one thing is that it is a bit bulky and heavy and I think as a stroller I will probably...
Excerpt: The Graco Mosaic travel system is a pushchair with an attaching baby car seat. It Is suitable from the birth to 3 years. The Mosaic is made from a lightweight aluminium frame and has an umbrella folding mechanism. The car seat clicks in easily to the pushchair and the hood from the pushchair and car seat form a nearly complete canopy over the baby, keeping it draft free and cosy. When removing the car seat a red button is pushed and seat easily removed.
Summary: Comes in a few bits which are pretty easy to put together. Rain cover is little difficult to figure out which is the right way to put on, as the diagram is pretty useless; but once its on the right way its pretty good. Definitely suited to being a town buggy; as small wheels and no suspension makes it quite bouncy on rough terrain.