Reviews and Problems with Graco Quattro Tour Travel System
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11 January 2013
Summary: I really like this travel system. I don't like that I the strap gets caught at the back of the car seat, so its hard to loosen and tighten it. I have to constantly reach behind and pull it loose. I drive a small car and yes and I can get it in the trunk...I usually put it in upside down to make it easier. I chose this stroller because of the cute design and the way it folded, the newer strollers fold from the middle of the seat and i wasn't a fan of it.
Summary: I registered for this system because I liked the pattern and didn't really pay attention to all the features. The car seat is great, no complaints there. The stroller is quite nice in that it offers a smooth ride, great turning radius, great sun protection with the large canopy. HOWEVER, the reversible seat option takes away almost all ability to use the basket under the stroller.
Good pushair for the first year and then as a spare there after but is heavy and bulky.
21 March 2010
Excerpt: I have this exact puschair in a different colour. As a first time Mum I had no idea what I should be looking for in a pushchair and after trailing around the shops for hours/days/weeks we settled on this one. I did not realise that we would have to put the pushchair together ourselves (I assumed it would come ready built) Putting it together was a task as the instructions weren't very clear. However once together the pushair seemed sturdy and easy to manouvere.
Too large for most mothers, i'd recommend a smaller travel system honestly
20 October 2008
Excerpt: i bought this travel system for £229.99 which i thought was very good value for money as it comes with a car seat, in-car autobase, footmuff, raincover and changing bag included. The car seat seems very cosy for newborn babies, but is recommended for0-9 and of course it largely depends on the size of the infant but my son will be too large for this car seat by 6 months.Although i think the autobase is a good idea in principle, as in you can just clip the car seat in and...