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Great quality stroller that’s lightweight but sturdy. I love the huge canopy that protects my baby from the sun and wind. It folds quickly and it fits our small sports car trunk. The only small thing I’d improve is that crotch pad that could be firmer to actually do its job to distribute the pressure evenly on baby’s bottom. Check it out!
Product Description The Bravo Trio System is the new, innovative tri-modal stroller platform from Chicco. The Bravo Trio System is designed exclusively for use with the #1 rated Chicco Key Fit 30 Infant Car Seat. The Bravo provides three unique modes of use to adapt to your changing travel needs as baby grows. In its first mode for use with young infants, Bravo functions as a lightweight and stylish car seat carrier. The Bravo seat and canopy can be removed easily revealing a lightweight car seat carrier – most helpful when baby is always in the Key Fit. During the transition time when baby still rides in the Key Fit but may also like to sit up and see the world from the stroller, the Bravo functions as a travel system. When your baby outgrows the Key Fit, the Bravo is a full featured toddler stroller perfect for everyday travel for your growing baby. The Bravo Stroller features the smartest quick fold in its class. Simply lift up using the handle under the seat, and the front wheels swivel into position for a compact, free-standing fold. Key Fit Carrier: In its first mode for use with infants, Bravo functions as a lightweight car seat carrier. It’s easy to remove the stroller seat and canopy, attach the child snack tray, and click in the Key Fit. Travel System: During the transition time when baby rides in the Key Fit but also likes to sit up in the Bravo, the Key Fit easily clicks in and out of the stroller seat, attaching onto the child snack tray. Toddler Stroller: When baby outgrows the Key Fit, Bravo functions as a full-featured stroller for everyday travel up to 50 pounds. Key Fit Infant Car Seat is not included with Bravo Stroller Other Features: Height-adjustable handle and parent tray with cup holders and zippered storage Removable child snack tray Reversible seat insert Premium embossed fabrics Multi-position reclining seat All-wheel suspension and linked rear brakes Large basket, easily accessible from front or rear. Brand Story By Chicco
Chicco Bravo LE Stroller, Black/Grey Review
I’ve had the older model of chicco Stroller before and loved it, and was not disappointed with this new model either. I absolutely love how compactly it folds up and can stand on it own. The cushion inserts in it are great for baby and the sun hood is so big and gives generous coverage! One of my favorite things on this model that is different than the old chicco Stroller is the parent cup holders- Way better, two cup holders and there’s a nice pouch to put your phone and keys. Couple issues that I miss on the old model, it doesn’t recline completely flat. It does recline adequately enough for a baby to sleep but not flat and it doesn’t have that bassinet feature that the old model did where you could fold up the feet and enclose it like a bassinet. The other thing is that when you fold it, there’s no latch to keep the fold in place. So you have to pick it up from the top with the handle. If it’s laying down on its side in your trunk and you pick it up it tries to unfold. A bit annoying but you learn to work with it the right way. My chicco keyfit car seat fits perfectly in it, however the greys on it don’t completely match if you look close. (It seems chicco doesn’t make a coordinating car seat for this stroller). Overall, I love this stroller, it’s by far one of my favorites (and I’ve owned a 13 strollers). I would recommend this stroller and would buy it again! -Read Reviews-
This stroller is incredibly heavy and hard to deal with. When it folds, it doesn’t always fold flat, and it doesn’t have any sort of function that keeps it folded for lifting into a car. You fold the stroller and then you have to reach down and put your hand through the whole thing, grab the back wheel axle and lift. With the weight of the stroller, that makes the whole system very annoying. Both my husband and I wish we had done more "in-person" research on strollers before buying this one. At the time it seemed great.