Graco Mosaic stroller is compact, versitile and easy to use.
17 November 2010
Excerpt: I got the Graco Mosaic as a baby shower gift for my first child. I wasn't even looking at this one, but I love it now. It folds like an umbrella stroller (not quite as small as a typical one), so I have room in my trunk for other things as well. It will hold an infant seat (I had a Graco infant SafeSeat), but is comfortable for an older child too. It buckles securely (optional 5-point harness), but is easy to unfasten for me as well.
After 9 years of strollers, the Graco Mosaic is one of my favs!
1 June 2010
Excerpt: When it was time to move out of the travel system for daily use and into a good, durable all the time stroller, the Graco Mosaic stood out among the rest! Having our 3rd and final child, I wanted this stroller to be all that I ever wanted and I was willing to splurge if needed. There are several features I love about the Graco Mosaic.
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.
Excerpt: I love this stroller! I needed and wanted a lightweight stroller that was both functional and cute! This did the trick. I have had it now for just over a year and I love it. It is easy to clean, folds up just as an umbrella stroller does, and is lightweight. A big thing for us is the fact that it is a lightweight stroller, and the handles are tall enough for someone even 6ft to push comfortably! Not to mention it is so cute!
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.
Excerpt: I like the size of this stroller, how easy it is to fold and unfold, and the adjustable 5-point harness. Mine is very squeaky now after about a year of very light use, but I'm sure I can fix that if I take a second to do so. I don't like the pull strap that reclines the seat, it can be difficult to get the seat to it's full upright position, and you have to use both hands.
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...