Summary: Not good for runners. We live in a pathway community which makes exercise easy. Thought this would be a good way to go since it was a travel system jogger and a trusted Graco name. We hate it. The front wheel wobbles and it makes a lot of rattling noise. No cup holders or any good storage except for the large basket. Very dissapointed.
Summary: I use this stroller for walks and shopping purposes and I wish that I hadn't purchased it. The seat keeps dropping back to a lower reclining position, only on one side of the seat, at random times. After a couiple months of use the wheels have become wobbly and now are starting to squeak. It is bulky although it is lighter than it looks. The sun shade is lacking as well. You only have 2 options, sun in your eyes or seeing the inside of the sun hood.
Summary: I was really disappointed in this stroller, when I first took it out of the box I was impressed. It went together really easy and it folds and unfolds with one hand. Then I started checking out the other features and the drop down basket doesn't drop as smoothly as the video showed, it's a little awkward to recline the seat because you have to reach over the handle bar or lean down and way into the stroller to reach, the handle bar is quite a ways back from the seat.
Summary: First of all, if you jog, don't get this. the front wheel starts to shake uncontrollably at a light jog! Secondly, we bought it to fit out graco infant car seat, we used that feature once; not practicle. It folds and stores semi-easy. But no cup holders or tray for child. You also cannot store anything too heavy in the bottom - the bottom basket keeps falling to drag on the ground. Not a fan of this!
Summary: We were excited to receive the Trekko as a gift and looked forward to using it outdoors. We've used the stroller for about 3 months for daily walks on paved paths, averaging 1.5 miles. Simply put: The cons outweigh the pros on this model. Although the three wheel design makes it look like an off-road or jogging stroller, this bulky behemoth is all show but no go.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Smooth ride
Cons: Bulky, Cheaply made, Difficult Basket Access, Hot lining material, No cup holder, Poor durability
Summary: I found this stroller to be quite big and bulky. Going through doors is a hassle and when I take my son for a walk in the park, it's so bumpy. My sister in law gave me her City stroller and boy was there a difference. I needed help from my husband to put the stroller into my car so imagine when it was just me and my son at the mall.
Summary: i have a jogging stroller that i really enjoy but was looking for something similar to use for shopping (with a larger cargo basket).the multi-positioning canopy & seat are really nice, however, these are the only positive points about it. my son is 16 months & 24 lbs. he is in the 50 percentile in his age group. this stroller is extremely bulky & heavy. there is no 'mom tray' or cupholder of any kind. the footrest for my son is extremely small.
Summary: THis stroller has NO shocks. Baby gets bounced down the road, a bit smoother on the grase as expected but still poor quality. The car seat is the biggest waste. THe straps can only be adjusted a little. Our son now 6 months 16 lbs and 24 inches long has not out grown the car seat because the straps are at their max adjustment. My suggestion is to look for a better car seat that the straps are longer and can fit the child as it states on thier website.
Summary: This product is so cheaply made. First of all it claims to be an all terrain stroller which is completely false advertising. It has plastic wheels that shake and wobble especially the front! I does not have a paret tray or child tray with cup holders etc. overall I feel that this product is unsafe. I returned it and purchased a different jogger travel system. I would not waste your time or money with this product.
Cons: Bulky, Difficult to Use, Front wheel wobbles, Heavy, No child tray, No cup holders, Poor construction, Uncomfortable