Travel systems were designed for these scenarios. Whether you’re going to the zoo, the mall, or just a walk around the neighborhood, a car seat stroller combo can be a real lifesaver. It frees up your hands so you can handle other kids or drink your coffee. It provides storage for diaper bags, shopping bags, drinks and snacks. It keeps baby protected from the elements. And it won’t put extra strain on your already tired body.
The only real knock that I can give this stroller is that it weighs quite a bit, making it unsuitable for all-purpose use. This is especially true for new mothers. We've taken it on the trail a few times, and it's a smooth ride, but this is not the stroller you want for taking quick trips to a grocery store in my opinion. I will contend that the weight of ... full review
I love the stroller/car seat combo but every time I have to collapse it to put it in the trunk I nearly have a meltdown. The mechanism to unlock and fold it needs to be squeezed really tightly, like really really tightly. Then, 9 out of 10 times, in the middle of folding it it jams and I have to open it up again and start all over. Also, I don't know if it's the base or my car that's to blame, but we have to reinstall the base on a near weekly basis because it goes all crooked after a few uses. I'm glad my baby will be growing out of this product within the year. Had I to do it again I'd go for something else.
Ontario’s Highway Traffic Act requires children weighing 18 kg to 36 kg (40 to 80 lb.), standing less than 145 cm (4 ft. 9 in.) tall and who are under the age of 8 to use a booster seat or allows the continued use of a forward-facing seat as long as the car seat manufacturer recommends its use. It’s best to keep your child in a booster seat until they reach the manufacturer’s recommended maximum weight and height limits.
But money is still an important factor for most families. If you buy your car seat along with a stroller in a travel system, it can save you some money. For instance, a Peg Perego Primo Viaggio 4/35 car seat is about $300 alone. The Peg Perego Booklet stroller is about $350. Buying them together in the Peg Perego Booklet Travel System is about $600, so you’re saving at least $50. That might not seem like much, but every dollar saved can really help when you need to buy essentials like diapers, baby food, etc.
Everybody wants the best one and if you are looking to buy a car seat stroller combo, then certain points need to be kept in mind. First of all, in some markets, there is a difference between a Stroller Carseat Combo and a Car System, whereas some take it as one and the same thing. A stroller carseat combo is the one which has a carseat along with a full size stroller. The separate car seats and strollers in comparison to a stroller with carseat are usually larger, expensive and also difficult to move around.
This fun-looking travel system is super affordable and has great prints and patterns that parents seem to love. The well-padded seat on the stroller has multiple recline settings plus a removable large head support pillow that can also be used in the car seat. Parents like the padding and say the car seat straps are easy to buckle. They love the many compartments in the stroller, especially the bottom basket and the covered parent tray.
My wife gave birth three weeks ago to our first child. We bought this to as our first stroller and found that it was a deal, especially when considering it included the stroller, car seat and car seat base. We purchased the 2015 Chili Red version for precisely $279.99. I'm not sure why the price has risen since then -- it's selling for around $320 now. Strange. We've since been gifted a few other strollers as a supplement to this one.
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This budget-friendly system maneuvers easily on many surfaces with its 16” rear and 12” front all-terrain bicycle tires. It’s easy to assemble. It’s easy to fold up with two hooks on each side. The rubber bicycle tires help make the ride very comfy for your kiddo. They’ve held up well for those who live in dry climates with thorny plants and sharp rocks.