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This stroller rocks! I can attach the car seat right to my Graco stylus click connect travel system. It is just the right size to fit in my trunk, with room to spare! It is pretty perfect but it would be nice to have a few more color and design options. This stroller rides so smoothly and is so easy to use. First off it was very easy to assemble out of the box. It took me about 5 minutes by myself and I love how easily this folds up and unfolds. Just a pull of a belt.
My Graco stroller was designed for multiple babies and allowed for a flap to be pulled over to block light fully, either over one child or both, for when they were sleeping. It also had an easy-folding design and was one of the more compact models at the time. A trigger underneath unlocked it for folding and it folded in on itself. Unfolding was a simple matter of shaking it open. The main difficulty in handling was turning it; the front wheels were stiff and did not turn easily. Also, it was not easy to clean if the children spilled liquids in the stroller, as there was no way to remove the cloth portion for cleaning. But the stroller was decent for the price.
I like the design of the Greco Black Strollers, shade adjusted and basket underneath. Cushiony and I also liked to be able to just snap the infant car seat right on the stroller. It also had brakes that are new and improved from all the older ones. This stroller also had cup holders which is also a plus! It folds and stores away very nicely and handles very well. I didn’t get confused with this like I did with all the other necessary items I had to figure out after having a baby. This stroller was perfect. But to make it better, you could have built in a air condition seats and heater. And the bottom basket could maybe be turned into a heater.
The Graco Double Stroller was easy to assemble and once assembled it was easy to use and operate. It had ample space for both of my twin daughters and I was able to use it for them as infants up until they were toddlers. It was easy to fold up and put back down and also wasn't bulky and didn't take up a lot of space. But when folding and unfolding the stroller there is a part of the stroller that pinched my finger once and my finger actually got wedged in the spot. I had to have another adult help me fold the stroller to get my finger released. It was scary and if I wouldn't have had another adult there to help me I would have seriously wounded my finger. Other than that the stroller I used was easy to manage.
I like the sturdy construction of the Graco travel system, the wheels are durable, the ease to fold it up and open it as well as how easy it is to snap the car seat in. I enjoy the tray on top for my drinks and a place for my keys and phone. It is easy to set up and take it out of the box, pull the latch and push on the tray to open it. I like everything about my stroller but I wish there were new colors and prints or an option to personalize the colors and print.
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The Greco Baby Jogger City Stroller proved to be roomy, easy to handle and quite simple to use. Easily broke down for storage and maneuvering the baby. It was right for the purpose that my wife and I used the stroller for and it provided great comfort to myself and the baby. My baby loved to ride in it and I loved the fact that my baby was happy, safe and comfortable. Plus it was nothing to compromise with regards to our child's safety and comfort. It was well worth the money spent all the way around.
I loved the Graco 3 in 1. First of all the earth tones colors were easy to keep clean. The detachable infant car seat/carrier was so nice to take anywhere, one less item to have to carry. And once he was too big for the carrier, we could remove it and still use the stroller function. The only thing that was bothersome about this stroller was the fact that when you unfold it to set it up the joint that released the lock was very hard to release and open, once open though it locked great. The lock and release feature was very hard to use and if using this feature with a screaming baby in the other arm/ hand was brutal. They should make it to where it can be opened and locked with one hand. And it is a bit bulky, too. But it is the best overall travel necessity.
The Graco Collapsible stroller made it relatively easier to transport in the car. A canopy was nice to have for sun, wind, and rain. The bottom mesh area was useful for carrying a diaper bag. The folding mechanism was quick, although sometimes precarious due to the possibility of catching and pinching a finger in the mechanism. Handling was a bit wobbly and larger wheels may be helpful. It would have been helpful to have sturdier wheels. More cushioning in the seat would provide more comfort too and a cup holder and an area in back for carrying small items would have been helpful.
Graco is a top brand stroller and I like all of the features the Comfy Cruiser has. It has a top on it to protect from the sun and a basket on bottom a place to put drinks and snacks for if you're taking a walk and safety buckles so they don't fall out. The stroller is also very easy to use, setting up and fold and unfold. It handles good and really smooth not rough when you're pushing on the stroller. It's a very good stroller and I really like it a lot.
It's been about 15 years since I last used Graco! The stroller popped right up out of the box and no assembly required. :) It folded up flat and slid perfectly under my daughter's crib. It took no space up in my trunk of my car. However, the stroller just came in primary colors and I had a girl and I did everything in pink so, I wish it had came in pink. But I loved that stroller! It had drink holders and it also had a full swinging handle so baby could ride front facing or rear facing. That helped my kiddo with her colic.
My Graco Baby Stroller is sturdy, easy to open and fold up. One can just pick it up and it unfolds easily, with gravity. It's also easy to store and clean. It's stain resistant and long lasting. It is smooth rolling and rides smooth on most surfaces. It has adequate wheels, won't wear out easily, comfortable seats with plenty of room. I like the pocket on the back to store diapers and other necessities. But I would like more color choices and maybe be more pleasing to the eye. It could have better tires that is made of a rubberized material and possibly offer interchangeable "off road" wheels with ability to elevate stroller to accommodate "off road" wheels.
This stroller serves the purpose and expectations I expected. It was highly recommended from family and friends so I was well aware it's what I wanted. I like the way the stroller rides and maneuvers no matter what surface it rides on. I also like the ease in unfolding it and collapsing it. The material is nice with extra storage space for diaper bags and other items. The tray also affords the ability to hold cups and snacks for toddlers. The canopy with side protection offers great shade and protection from unexpected rain or weather. The opened stroller locks in place soundly safely from inadvertent slips that could cause a collapse. I like the wheel lock as well. It holds the stroller in place making it easy to put the baby or toddler in safely. I'm very pleased with my purchase.
It folds up pretty easy but sometimes the locks on it is hard to undo and seems to want to get stuck. Figure out a way for the locks on it not to jam up. Believe it's due to getting bent or wore out. Start making them more heavy duty or maybe use a slide device that has button to push then slide to disengage lock. I would also like for it to have heavy duty shocks and springs to help with smoother ride so it dont bounce around the baby and the items under area of the basket too much. It would help not to startle the baby when sleeping plus easier on person pushing it on their hands and may give the baby lot more comfortable ride. But the bigger wheels on back helps going up sidewalks and over humps plus I like the storage space and how it had full cover top to keep weather and sun out.
Graco Jogger - It is a jogging stroller that easy for use on pavement, grassy or sandy terrain. The stroller is user friendly, features handles and buttons designed to easily open or close the stroller, and it folds nicely and stores away easily in my closet or vehicle. It is not extremely heavy, making it less exhausting to carry from point A to point B. The stroller also has plenty of space for storage, such as cupholders, and place for a phone or keys, and a space underneath the stroller. However, a stroller designed for rigorous outdoor use should have sturdier, more durable tires. The tires frequently require air fillups. I would like if the jogging stroller had better tires.
Very easy to set up and use, and easy to fold out or up. Can be done with one hand and one foot. Which is great if you're already holding the baby. The seat folds down for sleeping or a changing place you know is safe and was thickly padded for comfort. Seat belt adjusted easily as well. Very easy to steer and it handles smoothly. Had big thick wheels for non paved paths. However, the top cover and the basket at the bottom were weak in stability and construction as well as material. The latching hook could have been placed somewhere else for easier access and use.
Once I understood the method, setup was extremely simple and easy. Closing also was very efficient. Graco Ready2Grow had 2 tires on each corner and an extendable handle. Although advertised as being for one child it was roomy enough to accommodate 2 children for a week at Disney World. Plus plenty of storage space for extras which was well constructed and easy to reach. Would have been nice to have a separate insulated storage area though and have the weather flaps more waterproof. But it was well constructed and lasted through 2 children and was in good shape when we passed it on. A very sturdy model which we were extremely satisfied with.
The Graco 2007 was so easy to use. You could also fold and unfold it all with one hand and I loved it. It was also so easy to steer, all one handedly, and adjust for sitting and reclining and to adjust for a growing baby. I wish I could have had it in a more stylish pattern like the currently available patterns. It also had a low quality battery operated speaker that was never ever used. That seemed a waste of resources. That aside, I liked that it had cup holders, a large storage basket, durable construction, easy to clean tray and fabric.
The Graco stroller is great for walks and is fairly easy to set up. But it's a bit heavy so it's hard for my wife because of the strength required. Sometimes I need to have our nanny set it up if I came from the gym recently. I would recommend making the stroller have a bigger carrying space for items I don't want to carry. I also wish the stroller came with a headlight for night walks. Otherwise, I like the size of the stroller, the visor that helps for protecting against the sun, and the cup holder, a small but necessary thing. A second cup holder would be great too.
The Graco Ready to Grow Click Connect was easy to set up and take down. It had a pull pin that would unlock the stroller from being upright and it folded with ease for storage. Opening and locking in place was the same. Very comfortable thick padded seating with soft velvet outer cover. Large wheels that lock and a sun visor that kept the sun out of the baby's face. However, as a man... it seemed that maybe the part where your hands wrapped around the push bar could of been more meatier.
Graco convertible stroller seems comfortable, is attractive and reasonably well made including straps to secure the child. It is also covered to provide some degree of shade from the sun. It folds well but it is heavy and awkward to handle. it would be great if it were lighter and more easily handled when lifting into the car. More storage for purse and bags would be nice though. Plus an area where the child could place toys to play and maybe be secure would be lovely! Otherwise, good performance for the price.
Lightweight, easy to fold, convertible, easy maneuvering, no fuss. I can get this in and out of my car fairly easily and am able to transfer my daughter from the car into the stroller quickly. It also is very easy to maneuver when turning corners. But I don't like the variety in colors, and I wish they had an option for a second seat that wasn't so bulky. The handles should be adjustable. Some women are taller, some shorter. Personally, I'm 6 foot and I would bend down slightly to push.
The Graco wide stroller is very roomy. It has cup holders on the top, a wide compartment underneath and a zip up closer to guard away from rain or snow or wind or the sun. The bed of the stroller is wide and it has a fleece padding in it which is real nice also. The stroller handles great. It glides real smooth when I push it. The stroller is easy to open, zip up and unzip and it is easy to use daily. It is not difficult to push or pull at all, but to fold the stroller up is a very hard task to manage. The clasp are way too stiff and hard to grip to close up. I would rather have clasps that latch and unlatch easy for me. It's also hard to grab the handles, which are way too small and too hard to hold when I try to close it up.
I loved the colors and styles they make with the Graco strollers. Quality has been excellent and the price is affordable for anyone's budget although some of the higher end and double strollers were out of my price range. It was easy to use and folded up nicely. However, it was hard to turn sharp corners and also bulky, heavy to lift up and wouldn't fit in a small compact car. I had a SUV so it wasn't a issue for me. Just flipped a button and it unfolded and clicked into place. I had several other Graco items and have loved them all.
Graco is a brand I trust. I have the Graco stroller and car seat! The wheels roll smoothly for years and it's great! It locks into place smoothly, folds up easily for manageable storage and unfolds fast. It's sturdy and made with materials that are easily cleaned. The bottom shelf is awesome, holds just about anything! However, the shelf on top that holds drinks and miscellaneous, located at the top handle, broke off relatively quick. I miss that part of the stroller and I would make it with more sturdy materials.
I have the Graco Active Lifestyle stroller and the safety ratings were good. I liked the style. It was designed for an active lifestyle. It had larger wheels and good traction. It handled well. It was sturdy and moved nicely. It also was waterproof and fairly easy to use. It folded and cleaned up easily. However, if the stroller was lighter, it would have made things easier when you're folding the stroller and placing it in the car.
Unfolded easily and had a cover to provide shade for the baby. Also liked the amount of shade the cover provided. Good storage in the underside and a nice tray for toys or snacks for the baby. Was easy to maneuver and the locks on the wheels were easy to use to keep the baby in place. Would have been nice if the cover also stretched over the sides. The button to unfold the stroller could have been located in a easier spot. While the tray for the baby was nice, it could have been a little bit bigger.
I have the Graco Pack Click Connect Travel pack and I like that there are a lot of options to suit your needs and look great, too. They come with a combo car seat and adjustable that can be used by more than age. The stroller is easy to assemble. You can put it together even without the manual. It also folds easily so there's no problem putting it away or taking it in your car. It is very light and affordable. They have a lot of colors and designs. However, it needs more pockets to store more snacks, water bottles and baby products. The wheels on the stroller easily gets worn out. Sometimes the stitching comes off, too. I also dislike that there was a recall on certain models. Some are also bulky.
The Graco stroller's design is good, comfortable to our baby and its convenience to us especially when we travel in and out of town. That is something we really need especially during busy seasons. We live in rural area where roads and pavements are rough and not that good. My husband noticed that the stroller legs are made of plastic and I don't know if we can use it on rough pavements. Also, it's hard to follow the instructions of setting it up but we tried it again. We asked someone we know to help us install it and that worked. It takes awhile to learn to use the car seat though.
I liked the colors of the Graco roll n stroll, that it was very portable and collapsed for easy storage. It was easy to erect too. You could switch the handlebars so you could either be pushing the baby from the front or the back. I also liked that it had brakes on the wheels, was very stylish and was very easy to handle. I only wish that the wheels swiveled as that would have made it easier to steer around corners and over rocks.
Graco was convenient to use and easy to clean and store and transport. I liked the big wheels, the storage space underneath, and the cup and key holders. It also folded up pretty easily and handled well. It was still in really great condition after being used for two children. It had a button to push while you turned a handle and that was it. You did the same thing to unfold it. It easily fit in the trunk of the car when folded up. It was not really a one handed operation to fold or unfold though.
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Graco became a household name in the 1950s when they introduced the first baby swing. They continue to innovate, revolutionizing the baby gear market with products like the pack and play and travel stroller. Today they make three-wheel, lightweight and double strollers, which can be found at major retailers around the world.
Click Connect: Graco’s Click Connect infant car seats are all compatible with any Graco stroller that features the Click Connect logo. This makes it easy for parents to customize a travel system by choosing the best car seat and best stroller.
Easily find replacement parts: Graco’s website has a search function built for replacement parts. This makes it easy to track down and order the part(s) you need for your stroller or other Graco product.
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Gear for families with multiple children: Graco has several products for twins and siblings, including their Pack ‘n Play with twins bassinet and their double strollers. Double strollers are available as either side-by-side or front-and-back style, and most fit infants and youth.
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Best for: Graco strollers are best for families needing a double stroller and new parents.
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