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The Step and Go Travel System by Safety 1st is the easiest stroller youll ever open, featuring an exclusive step-to-open design that lets you get going with a simple step on the pedal. Theres no need to drop the diaper bag or fuss with hard-to-reach locks. One step and youre ready to go. The handle provides parents with an extra comfortable grip while the easy access parent tray keeps drinks and smaller items close during the ride. Larger items rest easily in the large under-carriage storage basket with easy access from back, front and sides. The included onBoard35 infant car seat features Side Impact Protection and extended use from 4-35 pounds with a center front adjust harness for the best fit as baby grows. With 5 different angles to choose from, the stay-in-car base makes it easy to get the right fit for your familys car. The car seat is lightweight and comfortable to carry thanks to the Carry Curve handle. QuickClick allows the car seat to attach easily and securely onto stroller with one click. After your walk, the stroller folds down and automatically locks easily. And once folded, the Step and Go Stroller stands on its own no worries about it falling into a puddleor onto your toes.
onboard 35 Infant Car Seat: Rear facing: 4-35 pounds, 5 position adjustable base for optimum fit, and Best fitting harness design for preemies.
Stroller unlocks and opens with one step on pedal and folds and locks with one quick pull.
Machine washable and dryer safe seat pad
Easy to maneuver with single swivel wheels and stands when folded.
Parent tray with two cup holders and storage area, canopy with peek-a-boo window and extendable sun visor and large basket with access from back, front and sides.
Safety 1st Step and Go 2.0 - Seville is rated
2.3 out of
Rated 1 out of
JunkI bought this travel system after doing quite a bit of research. As a first time parent, I wasn't really sure about the features and options I would want/need in a travel system and this one seemed to fit with what I was looking for and the price was unbelievable!
Pros: price is right, includes child tray and parent tray
Cons: the stroller gets stuck when trying to collapse, the easy open step feature doesn't work half the time, the stroller is bulky when collapsed, the basket is very restrictive in terms of what items will fit into it, and the 2 canopies don't fully close over the car seat when being used as a travel system (they keep popping open).
Overall, you're basically paying for a car seat and the stroller is a bonus that comes with it.
Date published: 2016-11-14
Rated 4 out of
Travel System - Car seat and StrollerI received the travel system in early January and starting using it with my 5 month old son. The car seat is much lighter to carry than other comparible car seats.
Also, the seat itself is a little narrower than other brands, so if you have a bigger baby, they may grow out of it a little sooner than others that are a bit wider.
The stroller is a dream. I love the 4 wheels (I had a compact stroller with 3 wheels) as this is much easier to use in snow and to manoeuvre around. Best part- NO Car Seat ADAPTER!! Hooray for small wins, the seat clicks into the stroller and the stroller is super easy to open and close.
I did not have any problems with the canopy or the wheels.
I would recommend this travel system.
Date published: 2017-02-01
Rated 1 out of
Very Dissapointed, would not reccomendI bought this travel system for my daughter who is now 5 months old and i already need a new stroller. The front wheels always stick so its stuck going in one direction until you correct the wheel or your dragging the front end of the stroller. One of the features of this stroller was how easily it folded up and now since the one i bought had a recall on it the fix kit makes the tray table sticks out so its an even less compact stroller. I would not recommend this stroller to anyone,i will be buying a new stroller.
Date published: 2016-11-24
Rated 2 out of
Good Car Seat, Bad StrollerThe car seat for the stroller is great. I love that there was no adaptor to use on the stroller. It was quick and easy to go. That being said once it came time to use the full stroller when my daughter outgrew the car seat all we had was issues. The canopy wouldn't extend properly. I contacted safety first and we exchanged the stroller. I got the 2.0 version where the tray sticks out and no longer folds in. The wheels on that one kept getting stuck in one direction we had to fight with it too much. we barely used the stroller and I contacted safety 1st once again and offered me another stroller. I didn't want to get stuck with the same problem or another car seat (got a new car seat with the exchange) So I picked another model stroller they offered. I hope that one works better.
Date published: 2017-02-08
Rated 5 out of
Very good Travel systemThe car seat is just excellent and big. It can fit a baby till they are 15-16 pounds/ 9- 10 months easily.
The stroller is good as well, but keep in mind this is a mall stroller. So it's intended to be mainly used indoors. I saw some bad reviews based on how the wheels may stick, but that would only happen if you are using this stroller out doors. There are other strollers for out doorsy purpose.
Date published: 2017-02-10
Rated 1 out of
Not for meI received this stroller as a gift in exchange for an honest review. I did not like it, and neither did my baby. The biggest problem for me was the hard plastic tires - when I put her in the car seat to go out for a walk, every little bump in the sidewalk was amplified because of the hard wheels, and so she was very unhappy and wouldn't sleep. Every time she was about to doze off, we hit a bump and she woke up. She cried pretty much the entire 30 minutes we were out in it, which is not like her in her other stroller. I also didn't like the foot lock - fine to lock it, but to unlock it you can't do it with your bare feet (this would be a problem in the summer with sandals) and it scuffs the toes of your shoes. Also, my feet kicked the locks as I walked. I didn't like how bulky it was when folded, and I found it awkward/clumsy to fold. The canopy is cheap, and didn't close fully or protect my baby's eyes from the sun. I also didn't like steering it - when the front wheels were locked in position, I could hardly turn it, but without them locked I found it very hard to control. The basket underneath was hard to access. The only things I liked about this stroller were the height of the handle (I'm 6' and I found it a comfortable height) and the cup holder and snack tray for parent and kid. Overall, I would not recommend this travel system.