Chicco Bravo Stroller Review: Is It A Perfect Stroller For You?

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Features


The Bravo includes a plush, padded seat that reclines in multiple positions, including almost fully flat, front-swivel wheels which make it super-easy to steer, and the fabric and frame are both sleek and stain resistant. I also love the large basket. You can get access to it from both front and the trunk of the stroller, and even though you fill everything just how up, it still accommodates an almost fully reclined seat, so baby can nap along the way back from a supermarket trip where you’ve bought a lot more than simply a quart of milk. Another excellent feature may be the one-hand fold system. There are no latches, buttons or anything to unfasten-meaning you truly can do it with just one single hand in a couple of seconds flat. You just lift just a little flap on the seat, pull through to the handle that’s underneath, and the complete stroller folds in two. Because of a mechanism included in the fold, the wheels secure place when the stroller is folded until you’re prepared to make utilization of it again. It stands alone for storage or you can carry the whole lot with the handle at the top (almost just like a suitcase). So when folded, the Bravo fits nicely in the rear of my car, that actually includes a smallish trunk.

While you can purchase just the stroller, it’s also sold as a complete 3-in-1 travel system, which is what it’s really created for. If you choose the system, it offers the Chicco KeyFit 30 infant carseat and base. The stroller seat and canopy easily come off to help you attach an adapter and utilize the frame to click in the automobile seat when baby can be an infant. As baby gets a lttle bit bigger and loves to sit up in the stroller, you can alternate between using the automobile seat (with the adapter) and the stroller seat. And finally, when baby outgrows the automobile seat, the Bravo transitions again right into a full-featured stroller you may use with children up to 50 pounds. The stroller weighs 23 pounds, which is approximately average-other popular travel system strollers range from 16.5 to 28 pounds.

I was only slightly disappointed with a few features. First, the canopy is a touch too short for my taste, and the peekaboo window at the top is mesh, if you get stuck in a rainstorm your kiddo is obviously getting wet. However the canopy does zip off completely, which would make it even better to accommodate a mature, taller child. In addition, it doesn’t have a snack tray, which plenty of other strollers do. You will need to buy it separately ($30).

Performance


It took me significantly less than five minutes to put together the stroller out from the box. I am not really a DIY type and can dissolve into tears easily have to assemble greater than a collapsible basket from IKEA, but this is very easy, even for me-there are just four steps in the instruction booklet. Once it had been up, my 2-and-a-half-year-old hopped right set for a vacation to the park. She actually is in the 97th percentile for height in her generation, but she was still comfortable in the seat, and the five-point harness was simple to adjust. She had a good amount of room above her head, and even though her feet did reach the step below the seat pan, it didn’t seem to be to bug her. We played around with the reclining seat and she loved that feature. The handlebar was simple to adapt to a height that I liked. It has three different positions and you simply push in on both side buttons release a the handle and rotate it up or right down to adapt it where you want to buy. And the tray on the handle has two cup holders (room for both water bottles-yay!) and also a little space in the centre for a cellular phone and keys. And although we’ve pretty uneven sidewalks in my own neighborhood, the ride was nice and smooth because of the all-wheel suspension.

I took the Chicco Bravo to get my 4-and-a-half-year-old from day camp. She actually is also tall on her behalf age, but she jumped in and looked quite comfortable, which she confirmed with a chirpy, “I want to ride in that one, mom!” She’s at this where she’s growing out of riding (that’s simply for babies, right?) and would like to walk, but she was happy and relaxed through the 10-minute walk home.

We also took it to your local children’s museum, as soon as again the basket easily held everything (lunch boxes, diaper bag, overpriced souvenirs, etc.). My older girl actually pushed her little sister around, and by the end of our visit, my baby even sat on the big one’s lap for a bit. Chicco could not advise doing this (their official limit upon this model is 50 pounds and my girls together are in least 60), but sometimes you do what you’ve gotta do, right? I was just thrilled in order to push them both to the automobile without the (extra) whining and complaining.

Design


With two girls I’ve enough bright colors in my own world from just their clothes and dolls, so with regards to baby gear and other items I favor neutral colors. I find the Bravo in Ombra, a subtle gray-and-black pattern that I thought was complex and had a unisex look. (In addition, it will come in teal, emerald, coal and an added neutral pattern.) Plus, it will be hides stains and scuffs, although the fabric is quite simple to wipe clean, as I learned firsthand after a significant Goldfish debacle and a drippy ice cream cone (how come the ice cream lady always offer my toddler a cone?). The silver stroller frame also pairs well with the Ombra-colored seat and canopy.

Summary


I would suggest this stroller to any parents with young toddlers, or new parents with infants. The sleek design helps it be visually competitive with higher-end strollers available, and the one-hand folding system is a significant bonus for just about any sleep-deprived mom or dad. Overall, it’s an excellent value for a stroller that’s both well-designed and simple to use.

Pros


• Five minute assembly time
• Lightweight and simple to steer
• Incredibly fast and simple one-hand fold system
• Big, roomy basket

Cons


• Canopy is just a little short no flap over the mesh
• No snack tray included

Bottom Line


With an elegant design on par with higher-end strollers, a fairly easy one-hand fold, and a smooth ride, the Chicco Bravo is a good, all-

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