I loved this stroller for the first year-it folds easily and had a pretty smooth ride. It is a little heavy but not unreasonably so, size of tires make it hard to get into standard trunk or narrow SUV rear end but it's a jogger so that's expected. Basket is a good size and you can actually get things in and out of it. Sunshade seems to only stay open if used with the car seat shade. The front wheel now locks all the time making it super hard to maneuver. The rear wheels do better than a standard stroller of course but got punctured easily (and you can't replace just the tire, you have to buy the whole wheel assembly). Super rough ride now that baby is out of the click in carseat-everything rattles. The phone holder advertises that it's universal -fit my 4S but not spouse's Android or my iPhone 6. The cupholders in the front tray pop out all the time.
After reading hundreds of reviews, I decided that, for my budget, this would be the best option for us. It is a good stroller, but not a great one. I love the included cupholders & phone holder area, and the under seat basket is ample. I wish that it were easier to steer. It often gets "stuck" with the front wheel going in the wrong direction, causing me to repeatedly back up & go forward over and over until we can get back in the right direction. This happens often, too, as I try to fold it up. I will have to put the baby down to reach and spin the wheel into the correct position, or else it won't fold up at all. This defeats the purpose of one handed folding. My sister has a much more pricey stroller. We refer to hers as the "Cadillac" & mine is the "Jeep". I don't regret the purchase, I just find myself envious of moms who could afford a better one!
I love the new Graco SnugRide Click Connect 35 LX Infant Car Seat. It is compatible with the Graco Click Connect stroller that we already have and it can be easily attached to it with its one-step secure attachment making it a perfect travel system. It has a lot of features that is very parent-friendly and makes it easy to use. One feature that I particularly like and made me interested is that it was particularly designed to protect rear-facing babies from 4-35 lbs. and up to 32". This is just perfect for our little one. She fits just right and is cozy enough to sleep soundly every time she is in the car seat. The car seat comes with a five-point, front-adjust harness which helps us keep our baby's head and body in a comfortable position. It also makes it easy for us to get our baby in and out safely and adjust the harness to fit snugly without being too tight or too loose. The weight is very light as well so it makes it more manageable to carry it without any problem considering I am a petite mom. Overall we are so happy to get to try this product for free from Graco as it is just perfect for our little one and perfect for us as well. While I received this product for free, the opinions and thoughts included in this review are my own.
I looked at various strollers for my use with my granddaughter. I love jogging and hiking and wanted to be able to take my granddaughter with me. I love that her infant seat "clicks" with this stroller. It makes the transition easy for her, since her parents have a "non" jogging Graco stroller. The stroller was incredibly easy to assemble. I like that the wheels have the ability to be taken off so that I can rinse them off after going through the muddy trails. In regards to the wheels, it has a locking mechanism on the front wheels so that you can jog in a straight line, but can also be disengaged so that it can maneuver well in stores and tight areas. I feel this stroller will be used for many years to come, since it is pretty roomy. I was just given the "ok" to have her sit in the actual seat. She loves being able to look forward as we go jogging around this lake I take her to. It rides very smoothly and easy to push when running. The features I like are...it has a roomy area underneath to fit a diaper bag and other items. Two cup holders for me...and two cup holders on the removable tray for her. Maneuverability is very good. Also has a easy pull up handle that folds up the stroller in one simple pull. It stands on its own and has a slip lock to stop it from reopening. Also, the price of this stroller was very affordable. A couple of drawbacks...the cell phone holder does not hold the newer smartphones. It is a little bit on the heavy side when lifting to store in the car. Definitely need both hands to lift. I have a Nissan Xterra and fits pretty well in the back. Not too sure how it would fit in a car trunk though. I am looking forward to many more hikes and jogging trips with my granddaughter. I am so happy I purchased this stroller.
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