Graco Comfy Cruiser Click Connect Travel System Review

Graco Comfy Cruiser Click Connect Travel System
Graco Comfy Cruiser Click Connect Travel System

OVERALL SCORE

74

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The Graco Comfy Cruiser Click Connect Travel System is an essential for on-the-go parents. It is a splendid product that is full of features and very suitable for daily usage. The stroller folds easily, thanks to to its one-second, one-hand fold, and its large storage is a great plus point. Did we also mention that the Graco Comfy Cruiser Stroller grows with your child? It has 3 to 5 points of convertible harness, and multiple recline position – all for the comfort for your child. This stroller is also compatible with the SnugRide Click Connect 30. The Graco Comfy Cruiser Click Connect Travel System is without any doubt one of the best choice in terms of reliable lightweight stroller.

How the Strollers are Reviewed

The following chart rates the stroller for the most important stroller criteria for product specifications, effectiveness, parent preferences, and child comfort.

RATING (SCORE):

   Poor (1-2)   Fair (3-4)   Good (5-6)   Very Good (7-8)   Excellent (9-10)
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
Durability
Weight
 EFFECTIVENESS
Brakes
Compact
Ease of Use
Folding
Grip
Maneuverability
Rough Terrain
PARENT PREFERENCES
Accessories
Easy to Assemble
Easy to Clean
Storage
COMFORT
Child Comfort
Sun Canopy
Suspension

Durability

Good  – 6/10

The Graco Comfy Cruiser Stroller is decently durable for a lightweight stroller. While it has brilliant features, some have reported the car seat material to be cheap, and many have had problems with the rear wheels.

Graco Comfy Cruiser Stroller

Weight

Excellent – 9/10

The stroller is extremely lightweight at a weight of 19 lbs. It is light enough to load and unload with one hand, and is easy to maneuver and fold thanks to its light weight.

Brakes

Very Good – 7/10

The Graco Comfy Cruiser stroller has two individual brakes on the back of the rear end wheels. At the front, the swivel wheels can be locked. This makes the stroller more stable whilst navigating through rough terrains.

The front wheels also lock in place for rougher terrain. The rear end wheels are not flip flop friendly.

Compact

Very Good – 7/10

The Graco Comfy Cruiser has a decently good compact fold. However, the stroller leans towards being more bulky and hence a fully compact Graco Comfy Cruiser will still be slightly larger than smaller-sized strollers when compacted. The stroller has a built-in strap that allows you to easily carry the stroller.

“Great deal! I love this travel system! Baby gear sure has changed in the 7ish years since my last child and I love the features of this set. It was easily put together by my pregnant self in about 15-20 minutes. Now we just wait a few months for baby to make its arrival. The print is also adorable!”
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Ease of Use

Good – 5/10

The Graco Comfy Cruiser Stroller is not the easiest stroller to use. While maneuvering the stroller is sufficiently easy, the functionality of the stroller fall short. The car seat can be difficult to be removed from the base, and the latch system / has been known to jam from time to time. Straps need to be tightened from the rear of the seat, which can be a hassle to parents.

Folding

Very Good – 8/10

The one-second, one-hand fold is a great feature of the Graco Comfy Cruiser Stroller. It takes only a matter of seconds to easily fold the stroller. The stroller stands on its own while folded up.

Grip

Very Good – 7/10

The entire handlebar of the Graco Comfy Cruiser Stroller is covered with rubber. This allows you to get a good grip on the stroller and pushing the stroller with ease.

Maneuverability

Very Good – 8/10

The stroller is easy to maneuver since it has double wheels. Parents who find a 4-wheeled stroller easy to use will definitely find the Graco Comfy Cruiser a breeze to turn at sharp corners and up curbs.

“We have used Graco car seats for all of our kids and this one is nice because it’s light. Also, the folding mechanism for the stroller has been updated so that it folds up instead of laying down when it folds – so when you put it away it’s the same but it doesn’t fold down like they used to. Hard to explain but it’s nice when you see what I mean :)”
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Rough Terrain

Good – 5/10

The Graco Comfy Cruiser  is not the best in navigating through rough terrain since its wheels are made of plastic, even though the stroller does have full suspension.

Accessories

Very Good – 8/10

The Graco Comfy Cruiser is definitely a “comfy” stroller for parents with all the accessories it offers with great functionality. Its drop-down storage basket is extra large and perfect for storing diapers and toys. There are 2 trays: one at the parent console and one for the child and each comes with a cupholder. The trays swivel separately from the cup holder.

Easy to Assemble

Excellent – 9/10

The Graco Comfy Cruiser Stroller is extremely easy to assemble. Attaching the SnugRide 30 is also a breeze – all you need is to firmly press down onto the base and get a “click” response!

Easy to Clean

Very Good – 8/10

The stroller is extremely easy to clean. The stroller has large surface area with little nooks and cranny. A simple wipe-out is all you need to clean the plastic material of the stroller.

“I love that the basket edge folds down so that you can easily get to what you have stored below! Lots of great additions to this combo and the various parts. Pretty light weight, too!”
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Storage

Excellent – 10/10

The Graco Comfy Cruiser has a great storage space for a lightweight stroller. The drop-down basket offers a large storage space and it is accessible when the baby seat is fully reclined.

Child Comfort

Very Good – 8/10

The padded seat of the Graco Comfy Cruiser makes it a comfortable ride for the child. However, it is noted that the straps of the harness is not padded – which may bring some discomfort to the child if it is strapped on too tight or awkwardly positioned on the child.

Sun Canopy

Very Good – 8/10

The sun canopy is decent on the Graco Comfy Cruiser. It is of a decent size that will cover the child from most angles. I has a peek-through window for the parents to check on the child from the back easily.

Suspension

Good – 6/10

The Graco Comfy Cruiser has suspension in both the front and back wheels. But the suspension is not good enough to take the stroller onto rough terrain.


What do Experts Say?

Graco Comfy Cruiser Stroller

“The Graco Comfy Cruiser Click Connect Travel System is built to keep your child happy throughout the day. If you need to constantly push your child around town, this model is one of the best options on the market due to its durability, stylish design, and full-featured construction” – Stroller Buzz

“I’m a big fan of Peg Perego products, so I was excited to try out their smallest stroller, the Pliko Mini. After several weeks of hitting the pavement, I’m happy to say that what this compact cutie lacks in size it makes up for in convenience.” – Pnmag


Specifications

BassinetsNo
Car Seat CompatibilityYes
Child’s Age Range0–5 Years
Dimension27 x 19.5 x 40.5 inches
Forward/Rear FacingForward
Handlebar HeightMedium
JoggingNo
Passenger Capacity1
Recline160 Degrees
Weight19 lbs
Wheel Sizes6.25″ front, 8″ back

Where to Buy?

Amazon$248.99
Walmart$104.68
Kohl’s$179.99

Our Rating Process

Our team has read through thousands of customer and expert reviews to understand what consumers like, or dislike, about them.  We gather information about the stroller and it’s attributes that you can’t find by doing a traditional google search and present them to you.  Because each stroller is unique and has its own set of features, the search process can be strenuous.  In the end, you need to find a stroller that is meant for your needs.  By rating them on the most important criteria, we can help you find the stroller that will be the best fit for you and your growing family.  We also reach out to real moms to find out what they’re looking for.  After all, they’re the one’s who know what’s best.

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