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Graco SYMBIO

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Overall 6
6.0

Graco Symbio

Baby Expert
16 May 2012
Overall 8
8.0

Expert Review

Made for Mums
15 March 2012
  • Conclusion: The Graco Symbio is sturdy, comfy and you’ll feel your baby is well protected in the carrycot. Attaching the seat, car seat and carrycot to the chassis is super simple. The ability to change the direction your baby’s facing is a handy, clever idea. The downside will be the mounting price tag if you want to get all the extras. First reviewed 21/04/2010. Updated 15/03/2012.
  • Pros: Quick and easy to change between seat/carrycot attachments, forward or rear facing option is easy to change between, comfy, easily accessible brakes, travel system compatible, I found using the different elements of the Graco Symbio (pushchair seat, optional carrycot and optional car seat) simple. The ‘one-click’ adaptors mean changing between these different parts is quick and easy. You really can just slot the carrycot or pushchair seat into the mounts on the buggy’...
  • Cons: Not a smooth ride, tiny shopping basket, no adjustable handlebar, If you buy all the optional parts – such as carrycot and car seat - the Graco Symbio doesn’t come in cheap. This will also make it take up a lot more space, as the newborn carrycot and Graco Logic S HP car seat seem larger than average (or at least, bigger than the Maxi-Cosi option I had). Because of its size, the newborn carrycot feels heavy to cart about. For what seems to be a luxury buggy, the small...
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Overall 8
8.0

Expert Review

Made for Mums
15 March 2012
  • Conclusion: If you’re intimidated by complicated-looking travel systems, the Graco Symbio is a great choice. It’s a sturdy and comfortable system, and you’ll feel your baby is well protected in both the carrycot and car seat. Removing or slotting on the different components couldn’t be simpler, and it’s also easy to handle. Being able to change the direction your baby faces by moving the handle is a nifty idea. However, there’s a pretty hefty price tag on this luxurious option.
  • Pros: Quick and simple to swap between components, forward or rear facing, comfy for baby, easily accessible brakes, Even as a newcomer to travel systems, I found using the different elements pretty simple. The ‘one-click’ adaptors make using the different parts of the Symbio travel system quick and easy. You really can just slot the carrycot or toddler seat into the mounts on the chassis and they’re instantly locked into place. Getting the correct positioning isn’t too tri...
  • Cons: Not a smooth ride, bulky car seat, small shopping basket, no adjustable handlebar, expensive, If you buy all the elements the Graco Symbio ends up being an expensive item. It will also take up a lot of room – both the carrycot and car seat seem bigger than average. The carrycot in particular is heavy to carry because of its size. I’d advise trying the car seat out before buying, to check it’ll fit into the back of your car. It does seem bigger than our usual Maxi-Cosi...
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Overall 10
10

Expert Review

Mumsnet
12 July 2012
Overall 10
10

Graco Symbio Go

ma-poussette.com
10 October 2013
Overall 8
8.0

Graco Symbio - Pack Trio

ma-poussette.com
10 October 2013