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Devil Duckie 3 kids; New York 48700 posts
7th Apr '13
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*Lindsey* 3 kids; Alberta 8798 posts
7th Apr '13

I have the graco quattro one and i love it. Ive used it with all my kids, and got it again for this one. The carseat goes to 32 or 35 pounds, the stroller lays right back, has a parent tray, and the sunshade moves all the way down, that was my fav feature i used it all the time. And the basket was quite big.
i got it in this pattern so its gender neutral
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Devil Duckie 3 kids; New York 48700 posts
7th Apr '13
Quoting *Lindsey*(25 weeks):" I have the graco quattro one and i love it. Ive used it with all my kids, and got it again for this one. ... [snip!] ... feature i used it all the time. And the basket was quite big. i got it in this pattern so its gender neutral " />" />"


I had a quattro w/ my last and it was fine. I personally like the one we got this time better.
less bulky and the shades are longer to keep the elements off bub.

*Lindsey* 3 kids; Alberta 8798 posts
7th Apr '13
Quoting Devil Duckie:" I had a quattro w/ my last and it was fine. I personally like the one we got this time better. less bulky and the shades are longer to keep the elements off bub. "


I loved the shades on both the stroller and carseat on this one cause they can swivel anywhere you want them. I used that feature a lot. I dont mind the seat being a bit bulkier, It wasnt too much heavier but does accomodate big babies so thats good. Ive never tried any other types just cause ive never had a problem with this one.

Devil Duckie 3 kids; New York 48700 posts
8th Apr '13
Quoting *Lindsey*(25 weeks):" I loved the shades on both the stroller and carseat on this one cause they can swivel anywhere you want ... [snip!] ... but does accomodate big babies so thats good. Ive never tried any other types just cause ive never had a problem with this one."


the duo I had only went to 20 pounds (5 years ago) This one goes up to 35 pounds.

JenTheHen 2 kids; Hillsboro, Oregon 458 posts
9th Apr '13

I have the Chicco Cortina Stroller and Keyfit 35 infant seat. I am using it again with this baby, I even bought the matching double stroller. If you're looking for something less expensive, Graco systems are great. I thought I'd be getting a lot more use out of the infant car seat, but once my son hit 20 lbs at 4 months, it was too heavy for me to carry around. You will need a convertible car seat at some point if you want to ERF, so in my opinion the infant seats that go up to 20-22lbs are just fine. Another option is the snap n go stroller, it's just a frame for the infant seat to snap into, but I loved my Chicco stroller, especially because I used it from newborn and even now at 2 my son loves it.

Mama MacGyver* 1 child; Tulsa, Oklahoma 12201 posts
9th Apr '13
Quoting JenTheHen:" I have the Chicco Cortina Stroller and Keyfit 35 infant seat. I am using it again with this baby, I even ... [snip!] ... seat to snap into, but I loved my Chicco stroller, especially because I used it from newborn and even now at 2 my son loves it."


Yeah my son is 3.5 and STILL fits in his Chicco stroller just fine.

*Lindsey* 3 kids; Alberta 8798 posts
9th Apr '13
Quoting JenTheHen:" I have the Chicco Cortina Stroller and Keyfit 35 infant seat. I am using it again with this baby, I even ... [snip!] ... seat to snap into, but I loved my Chicco stroller, especially because I used it from newborn and even now at 2 my son loves it."


I dont find graco to be that cheap! mine was 499$ the carseat itself was 220$