Summary: I purchased this pushcahir for our vacation and it peformed perfectly. My little one feels great when pushing him arround, and for a quick nap it's great too.<br />It's too bad that is missing a snack tray, but it folds and open quickly and is taking so much space for storage.
Pros: Easily Stowed, Easy To Manoeuvre, Easy to Set Up
Summary: This buggy is excellent,its lightweight and a dream to push. Its easy to put together and my 2 year old loves it. The only cons I have, are the fact Ive had it less than a week and the raincover has torn slightly so will not last, and the lovely grey handles turned green on my 2nd day of using it, but as I bought the green buggy I dont mind so much coz it doesnt look so ridiculous. Any other colour buggy and it may look odd.
Pros: Comfortable, Easy To Use, Good Value, Lightweight, Quality Construction
Summary: Have had Graco travel systems but never seen a pushchair so knowing Graco was a good make I gave it a go. Great value for money buggy seems well made and is easy to push, easy to assemble and disassemble/fold how ever is a bit heavy when getting it up and down stairs. A few other features that are. Disappointment are that the buggy does not lay as flat as u had hoped and the handles have turned form grey to green not sure why.
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Easy To Use, Good Value
Summary: I bought this stroller for my 22 month old daughter for our coming holiday, i have used it for a trip to london and thought it was great,my daughter seemed very happy sat in there and fell asleep easily whilst in the stroller.<br /> my only small complaint is that after only one weekends usage the grey handle bars are turning green??
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Easy To Use, Good Value, Lightweight
Summary: Purchased for travel- became incredibly creaky/ noisy within a few days of long walks on the pavement, however seems structurally sound despite the noise. Love the narrow width so it can squeeze through doorways and into lifts.
Summary: I bought this buggy to use as a travel buggy, as it is much easier than my pram when travelling on flights etc. I thought at £49.99 it would be small wheels and not very sturdy and durable, but then again - the name Graco I know is very good so I thought I'd give it a try. I have now tried it and it is worth every penny spent on it.
" I bought this as my travel system was just too…"
17 October 2011
Excerpt: I bought this as my travel system was just too bulky for the boot of my car, and my 6 month old seems to prefer looking out. I got it in the "Apple" style which looks lovely, and I thought it was very good value for money as it came with a rain cover, although I could have done with a cosy toe or foot muff too and had to buy one separately.
Summary: I have always used the Graco range of strollers. My last one (3.5 years old) was damaged when riding a bus and the driver braked very hard causing the stroller to fall over sideways with my daughter in it and a set of front wheels snapped off with the force. Fortunately, my daughter was fine but repairing the stroller would cost the same as a new one.