Best Baby Travel Systems
Out of all the systems on our list, this one seems to have quality control issues. Several parents noted it collapsed upon putting the car seat in the stroller. Many parents have been very happy with it, so we suspect they’ve had a bad batch. We can’t find any current recalls, but call customer service to see if this problem has been addressed, and you may want to go to a store and try it before you buy it.
- Compact folding size
- Peekaboo window
- 2 cup holders
- cell phone holder
- May collapse even if it seems locked
This system comes with the SafeMax infant car seat which holds babies from 4 – 35 pounds. The cool thing about this one is that it has 6 modes, including a reversible carriage (think pram), frame stroller, travel system and a toddler stroller. Cruiser tires provide a nice, smooth ride. While not cheap, many parents love the sleek, lightweight, well-built stroller with generous storage space for diaper bags, purses, set.
The biggest complaint with this system was that the back wheels were too far apart (26″) and made it difficult to go through narrow doors. Other parents didn’t like the smooth wheels and reported lack of traction along with excessive wear after a few uses. This one might be best-suited for use on smooth terrains like paved walks and mall floors, but that’s likely where you’d be using it anyway.
- 6 modes of use, including carriage (pram)
- Cruiser tires
- Generous storage
- Wheels may lack traction & wear easily
- Back wheels may not fit through narrow doors
- Car seat may not snap in place easily on the stroller
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