Graco(MC) Combiné de voyage 'Jogger' pliant FastAction(MC)™ 'Click Connect'
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Spécifications et la garantie
Le combiné mixte par excellence, conçu pour offrir une performance supérieure sur tout terrain! Comprend la poussette de jogging pliable FastAction Click Connect et le siège d'auto pour bébé primé SnugRide Click Connect 35, avec base fixe réglable pratique pour l'auto.
Poussette pour enfant jusqu'à 50 lb, siège de nouveau-né faisant face à l'arrière pour bébé de 4 à 35 lb, mesurant jusqu'à 32 po
Poussette à harnais en 3 ou 5 points transformable, siège d'auto à harnais en 5 points réglable devant, monture en aluminium et plastique
Poussette inclinable à positions multiples, avec dais
Plateau de luxe pour les parents contenant 2 porte-gobelets profonds; rangement recouvert et espace désigné pour les téléphones intelligents. Le plateau de l'enfant pivote ou s'enlève pour faciliter les déplacements de la poussette
Panier de rangement couvert
Roues avant pivotantes blocables facilitant la transition de la marche au jogging
Coussins de poussette et de siège lavables à la machine
24 L x 40 P x 42 po H
Pneus larges remplis d'air permettant une promenade calme sur tout type de surface, roues pivotantes verrouillables à l'avant pour effectuer une transition facile du modèle traditionnel au modèle jogging
Rated 5 de
Lovely and simpleI absolutely love this stroller! I've never driven anything better.
It's a medium weight and a smooth steer.
My son fits amazingly in the car seat or stroller, it's a quick and easy move from car base to stroller.
Both my sons love the stroller there's enough room for my 4 year old when I go power walking while I wear a front pack for my new born.
The stroller is a little on the large side so you definitely need an SUV or small truck. But freaking amazing!
Date de publication : 2014-10-25
Rated 3 de
Mixed FeelingsWe have had this system for 9 months and have used since the birth of our daughter, and there is still tons of room for her to grow.
*Quick and Easy transfer of car seat (and baby) in and out of vehicles and into stroller (while in car seat).(I briefly considered buying a 3 in 1 car seat, but honestly the infant carrier is a must so I'm glad I didn't make that mistake)
*High Safety Ratings
*Great range for an infant carrier (friends of ours have already had to purchase a "big" /stage 2 car seat for their 8 month old, as their Chicco caps out at 10 Kg) and still fits small baby very well
*Stroller has large wheels, which is great for rural terrain. 2 Adult cup holders, cell phone holder and an extra compartment in handle, 2 baby cup holders, and a good sized pocket underneath.
*Good Neutral option if you plan to use for multiple children (In person the blue is much more of a blue-green)
*Very difficult to get base OUT of car when using UAS hooks. This is the reason that drove me to review this item because it is causing me hatred towards this system. If you purchase this system and have a second vehicle, a second base is a MUST. We had two right from the beginning so I only realized this problem lately as I have had to transfer the car seat and base in and out of multiple vehicles. Also the base that comes with the system doesn't have the seat belt lock off, so I feel the UAS is much more secure. Spare bases do have the seat belt lock off (but for some reason are not available in black in Canada), so from now I will be using the seatbelt rather than the UAS for the base I need to transfer frequently. It is not easy to loosen the strap on the UAS even when the base isn't hooked in - it is just very tight and doesn't seem to get easier over time. When the UAS is hooked in and fully tightened, the button is both difficult to press and the strap too tight to be able to get your fingers around it to give it a tug to loosen it. Our friends Chicco uses a different angle to tighten the UAS, making it much easier to install, and an easy release mechanism under a lock off to loosen the UAS, making it literally about 100 x easier to uninstall (it took me half an hour tonight to get the Graco base out, sweating and nearly in tears from frustration... but knowing that I would get out my frustration finally in a review!).
*Harness adjustment/release is in hidden spot (during our prenatal classes a car seat expert advised us to release the harness and re-tighten each time for an always perfect fit rather than squishing the baby into a tight harness. In order to hit the release you have to put your finger into the slot under the padding where the bottom strap comes out. It is second nature to us now but took us a while to figure out in the beginning and it still confuses our families)
*The stroller is a jogger by name only, but the instructions specifically tell you not to jog with the system. We knew this in advance and hadn't really intended to jog with it, but now realize that if you are gong to have the bulky stroller to lug around you might as well have that advantage, at least for resale. I also do really mean "lug" it around - I have a Mazda 3 and it only fits in the car if the back seat is down. There is enough room for the baby car seat in the remaining seat, but it all somehow seems less safe with the whole trunk exposed.
*The stroller hood does not stay in the fully extended position. If used with the car seat you can push the handle back, pull the car seat hood underneath it and then pull the stroller hood over top of that and it will stay... but once you are using the stroller as a stand alone you just have a hood that keeps retracting and exposing your baby.
*I feel the stroller seat should recline a little farther than it does at its lowest setting, as I have seen others that go completely flat.
*Last thing about the stroller - as we had a winter baby I don't know if a travel system is really necessary. In the winter I never put baby in the stroller, and by the time the weather was good enough she was almost big enough to go straight into the stroller without the carrier... so when considering a travel system do think of the time of year your baby is born. The only reason we got this stroller was because it was part of a travel system and the car seat was highly rated, so we never really looked into the quality/specs of the stroller.
Date de publication : 2014-10-07
Rated 2 de
sturdyI chose this item because i run and walk quite a bit the stroller is great but is very heavy.
The car seat is safe but is much more upright then most other baby seats. Until my daughter was 4 months she hated being in it. And loved my sister in-laws. Also although it it not recommended when shopping to place baby car seat on shopping cart most car seats do somewhat rest easy on a shopping cart this one does not. Also the handle does not have as much flexibility as other car seats.(only goes as far forwards as carrying position and only tucks back as far as the chair.
Date de publication : 2014-09-20
Rated 4 de
Pretty goodThe stroller is really nice but heavy. I love the maneuverability but after using my sister in laws BOB jogging stroller, it surprisingly pales in comparison.
The car seat is great in all regards except for some reason it's really hard to get out of the car! You have to push the button then shove it towards the seat and jerk it around. Super annoying! It unclips great from the stroller though.
Date de publication : 2014-08-16
Rated 5 de
Really good jogger strollerBought it last December ans I love it. I wouldn't recommend it for somebody living on the third floor of a building because it's not the smallest/lightest stroller on the market, but it is perfect for me and it even fits the back of my Nissan Versa when I remove the cup holder. Overall really good buy!
Date de publication : 2014-07-31
Rated 5 de
Amazing Stroller setI bought the set in febuary but didnt get to use it til recently when my daughter was born. Its very smooth to use. the larger wheels are useful on bumpier terrain. the car seat is easy to click in and out of the car and stroller. the price is more then other sets but its totally worth the money
Date de publication : 2014-07-16
Rated 5 de
Everything I wanted and moreI've been using this stroller for a couple months now. I like the big storage basket for a diaper bag or fitting 3 bags of groceries. The cup holders are handy and so is the storage tray. The holder on the tray for a MP3 player/cell phone does not hold my cell phone. My phone is to wide so i just usually put it in the cup holder. This stroller folds easily and fits in the truck of my sedan. Overall i would highly recommend this stroller.
Date de publication : 2014-06-01
Rated 5 de
Can't wait to use it!My baby isn't due until May but I absolutely love this stroller and can't wait to try it out. Big wheels, manoeuvres great, appears to be good quality. Has all the essentials for mom and baby. Car seat clips in easily, looks nice. I'm going to be spending my summer at the lake, ball diamonds and camping so I didn't want a 4 wheel stroller with small wheels but most combo sets were that. This is everything I need to start out with. Only things negative that I see is the stroller back doesn't recline flat, baby will still be at a bit of an angle, and if you're really short, the handle may but a bit high. I'm 5'5" and appears fine but I haven't had it outside yet. Overall, very happy with my purchase!
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I bought this stroller with the website saying it was available- then four days later got an email (after payment) saying that the stroller set is not unavailable....yet it is still "in stock" on your website. How long will I have to wait for this?
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