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Chicco BravoFor2 Stroller - Champagne

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Specifications

Stroller weight: 26.5 lbs
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Age/Weight Capacity: 6 months to 40 lbs
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Open (in): 45 L x 23.25 W x 42 H
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Folded (in): 15 L x 23.25 W x 35 H
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What's Included: Parent tray, 2 cup holders

What's NOT Included: Rain cover

 

Accommodates Two Children

Accommodates 2 children: Traditional stroller seat plus back seat and platform for big kids to ride or stand (from age 2 ? to 40 lbs).

From Birth

Use the BravoFor2 stroller from birth by attaching a Chicco Keyfit or Keyfit 30 infant car seat.

Extra-Large Basket

The extra-large storage basket is accessible from the front and rear, so your belongings are always within reach.

One-Step Fold

The innovative fold/carry handle allows for a one-hand, free-standing, ultra-compact quick fold.

The BravoFor2 is a two-passenger stroller built for expanding families with an on-the-go lifestyle. Just like the single-passenger Bravo? Stroller, BravoFor2 is designed to be best in class, providing dual riding functionality and compact maneuverability.

For younger children, BravoFor2 features a traditional padded stroller seat with a five-point harness, large adjustable canopy, and removable tray with two cup holders. For infants, BravoFor2 also functions as a travel system with the number #1-rated KeyFit Infant Car Seat and the new Fit2 Infant & Toddler Car Seat. The stroller seat easily folds forward to accept the car seat via integrated attachment points with a reassuring audible click. (car seat not included)

For older children, BravoFor2 is outfitted with a bonus back seat and platform where big kids can choose to ride rear-facing or stand and face the road ahead! The seat folds away easily when unoccupied and includes a three-point harness for added security. Easy-grip handles provide added stability for standing and a backrest gives extra support.

Unlike many similar strollers, BravoFor2 is designed with a one-hand, ultra-compact quick fold for easier maneuvering and storage. An integrated handle easily activates the fold and simultaneously rotates the front wheels inward to keep the folded unit standing. Once the stroller is closed, the fold handle also doubles as a carry handle.

Full suspension and front swivels help maintain a smooth ride for both passengers in every configuration. One-touch brakes keep the stroller in place when parked. A padded push-handle, parent tray with two cup holders, and large storage basket with front and rear access provide added convenience for Mom or Dad.

  • Accommodates 2 children: Traditional stroller seat plus back seat and platform for big kids to ride or stand
  • Main stroller seat folds forward to accept KeyFit or Fit2 car seat with an audible click
  • Main stroller seat includes 5-point harness, adjustable canopy, and detachable child tray
  • Bonus back seat includes 3-point harness and easily folds away when empty
  • Standing platform features easy-grip handles and backrest for added support
  • Innovative fold/carry handle for a one-hand, free-standing, ultra-compact quick fold
  • Parent tray with 2 cup holders and storage compartment
  • All-wheel suspension, front swivels, and one-touch rear brakes
  • Padded push handle
  • Large storage basket with front and rear access
Usage:
  • Compatible with all KeyFit, KeyFit 30 infant car seats and Fit2 infant & toddler car seats
  • Main Stroller Seat: From 6 months and up to 40 lbs (from 4 lbs with Chicco car seat)
  • Rear Seat/Standing Platform: From 2 years and up to 40 lbs
Specs & Dimensions:
  • Open: 45L x 23.25W x 42H in.
  • Folded: 15Lx 23.25W x 35H in.
  • Front Wheel Diameter: 7 in.
  • Rear Wheel Diameter: 9 in.
  • Weight: 26.5 lbs

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86% Recommend this product (54 of 63 responses)
By Kelx
Seattle, WA
May 8, 2019
LOVE THIS
We have a newborn and a two year old toddler. This is the perfect solution for trips. My two year old likes sitting in the back and we've already used it for multiple trips.

* Stroller was easy to assemble
* It folds down easily and is very compact (fits nicely into our Honda Accord trunk)
* It's convertible and can grow with the kids I like how when my newborn gets bigger and no longer needs to be in a carseat, that we can convert the stroller and have her sit in the front.
* Easy to maneuver. There are some strollers out there that aren't very great at maneuvering, this one takes turns easily.
By Mommabear
Dyersburg, TN
February 27, 2019
Absolutely worth the money!
I LOVE this stroller. We have always used Chicco products but with another one on the way, I decided to invest in a double stroller. Best decision by far. It’s nowhere near as heavy as I figured it would be and folds up very nicely. My favorite part of the stroller is the easibilty of being able to fold it with one hand. Literally that simple. I will say, and possibly it’s just me, but for some reason it is harder to click in the Chicco Keyfit Zip than it is to click on the regular Chicco Keyfit we have. I have to assume it is because of the extra padding on the zip from the zip around boot. I just have to wrestle it a little more than I would prefer. That’s a true first world problem πŸ¤¦β€β™€οΈπŸ¤·πŸ»β€β™€οΈ. Other than that, I honestly can not find a con as to what I would like to see changed.
By kd m.
undisclosed
January 27, 2019
Compact and light
This is only our second stroller we ever purchased and I am so glad we made the switch. Our first one was great for only one child, but now that we have 3 this stroller made it such a breeze for outings to museums, zoos and even walks to the park. The older two get to switch out from walking and riding while the youngest one gets the throne seat and great view.
I love the parent tray already for drinks and stashing small items. No need to worry about pockets. The kids love the small spot they can stash their snacks or papers from our trips.
The slim design and ease of maneuvering makes me one very happy costumer.
Minor detail which seems hard to add without making it more cumbersome is a shade for back child.
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By Mom
NY
January 17, 2019
Wonderful stroller!
The best stroller I’ve ever had! Works great with a toddler and a baby. Easy to maneuver and and reasonably priced. It has different options for the toddler to sit/stand. I highly recommended this stroller.
ProsEasy to use Easy to fold up Looks fantastic
ConsA little heavy
Best UsesWith 2 kids
By AlesiaM
undisclosed
January 9, 2019
Fantastic stroller!
We received this stroller a couple weeks ago and so far I have been very happy with it! It has a lot of excellent features that I have felt were missing with other strollers I've used.

I love that it includes a snap on tray with cup holders that my 1 year old can use for snacks and drinks when we're out and about. The front seat can also fold down and a Chicco infant seat can snap into it. The stroller has ample storage room underneath that is easy to access and a great zip up pocket storage near the handle that is perfect for storing small snacks, my cell phone, and keys. My four year old especially loves that she has the option to sit or stand when riding. We used the stroller for a walk to the park near our home and while she preferred to sit most of the time, I could tell that she loved to be able to stand whenever she liked. The stroller also has a large snap on umbrella canopy that is able to cover both of my girls when the oldest is sitting.

The initial set up of the stroller was a breeze and I love how easy it is to open and close, and how compact it is when it's in the closed position. It is also fairly lightweight compared to our other double stroller making it much easier to get in and out of my vehicle. It maneuvers very well and is a smooth ride for my girls. The only complaint I would have is with the cup holders. I wish they were a bit deeper. When we would hit bumps I found myself having to hold onto my daughter's sippy cups to keep them from falling out. For me though, this is a minor thing and really doesn't impact my overall love of the stroller. I really wish I'd had something like this sooner. I know it will get a lot of use!

This product was given to me by Chicco in exchange for my honest review.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By rickerstaff
undisclosed
January 4, 2019
Durable, easy to store. Amazing two-child solution
This thing is amazing. Folds up easily. Fits just about anywhere (which isn't easy for a 2 person stroller). We've run this off of curbs, run into things (not on purpose) -- it never breaks! The only downsides to me are the clip-on sun shade doesn't collapse as well as the rest of the stroller -- it kind of stands up awkwardly while the rest stows away well. The front wheel also gets caught at an angle at times when you're starting a push. Not too bad though.

Overall, a great stroller for two kids! We got when our kids were 1 and 3, and now they are 3 and 4 and we still use it!

Here is a video of the unboxing:
https://youtu.be/g_mBv0xA9CA
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By Brett
undisclosed
January 2, 2019
Great for Toddler
With 3 young children, my wife and I have had a couple of different strollers over the years. When we went from 1 to 2, we bought a double stroller. Not only did our oldest child not enjoy sitting in the stroller, as he preferred walking, but the stroller was large, heavy, and difficult to maneuver. Part of difficulty in maneuvering was placing the older, heavier child in the front, and the lighter infant in the back.

The Chicco BravoFor2 is amazing! We have it configured for use with an infant carrier. Our toddler loves ridding on the back, and having the flexibility of jumping on for a ride, or walking along side his big brothers. The BravorFor2 is well balanced, and does not feel like the "bus" that many double strollers are. Having the older, heavier child in the back makes turning and maneuvering a breeze!

The unit was simple to assemble, and is relatively lightweight when comparing to other similar products. Closing the stroller is intuitive and makes picking it up to put in the car easier than most. Our Chicco infant carrier fits well in the front, and is easy to put on and take off.

The cup holders are a bit small, and do not fit larger kids cups, but this is by no means a deal-breaker. We are thrilled with the BravoFor2.

Chicco provided this product to me in exchange for my honest opinion.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By BeckyB
undisclosed
January 2, 2019
Impressive Stroller for Two!
I've had the BravoFor2 stroller for two weeks and am really happy with its performance. I've been pushing a 16 month old and a 3 year old (so I do not have feedback on use with an infant car seat). My 3 year old prefers to stand; he likes to see where we're going. However, we do love to have the second seat as a back up option for when those 3 year old legs get tired. My only minor complaint is that the brakes are in line with the standing platform, so sometimes my son inadvertently steps on the brakes when standing or when seated with his feet on the platform (which is why I gave it 4 stars for design).

I love how nimble the stroller is (much less bulky than other dual-rider strollers I've seen); it's great for maneuvering through crowds and in and out of stores. Also, the ride is smooth and the stroller is easy to steer.

The BravoFor2 lives up to its "one-hand close" promise. It's super easy to close, and the closed position is really compact; it fits in my sedan trunk with room to spare. I also appreciate the free-standing feature when the stroller is folder; it gives me the ability to be hands-free before lifting it into my trunk.

I love that the child's tray/cup holder and parent's cup holder/accessory pocket are included (with other strollers I've had to purchase these accessories separately). I also want to highlight is that the initial assembly is quick and easy; I went from opening the box to fully assembled in about 10 minutes. Overall I'm very happy and impressed with the BravoFor2 stroller and have confidence that it will grow with my kids. Chicco provided this product to me in exchange for my honest opinion.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By Christie
undisclosed
December 30, 2018
Perfect for an older child and newborn!
We love our Chicco BravoFor2 stroller! With a newborn and a preschooler it fits our needs perfectly! Our preschooler is usually "too cool for strollers" but with the new addition to our family, he wants to be in the stroller with his brother and the sit and stand option are perfect for an older child.

The Chicco Keyfit 30 infant seat easily snaps in and out of the stroller which is useful when maneuvering two children and the stroller has a "smooth ride" and is easy to push and turn! Most double strollers I have handled have been heavy, bulky, and hard to store but not the BravoFor2. We love how easy it is to close using one lever and how compact it becomes when folded.

The cupholders and the accessory bag are awesome! I feel like we are constantly losing things and being able to place our cell phone and keys in the zip compartment is a real lifesaver.

The only negative we found, is it would be nice if the stroller handle was adjustable. My husband is on the taller side and it would be more comfortable if the handle could extend a bit!

We look forward to continuing to use this stroller as our children grow and trying out the different features it has to offer! We highly recommend this to anyone who has an older child and is looking for a double stroller!
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By shieldsdj1988
undisclosed
December 29, 2018
Easy assembly and great for two kids!
This stroller is great! It was really easy to put together and access all of it's functions. I love that our toddler can stand or sit in their spot while our other little one can sit facing forward. Good storage underneath and a canopy to shade the kids from the sun or light rain. It also has good wheels and turns easily and without any struggle. I definitely recommend this stroller if you have two kids! Chicco provided this product to me in exchange for my honest opinion.
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By celeste1970
undisclosed
December 26, 2018
Wonderful stroller for 2!!
This is a great stroller, very smooth ride for the kids with the treaded tires, easy to fold and put into a vehicle. Love the 2 areas for storing cups, the large storage basket is great to have. Overall a very nicely made stroller.
Chicco provided this product to me for my honest opinion.
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By JohnCoz
undisclosed
December 25, 2018
Easy To Use
We were looking for a stroller that would be suitable for 2 children (2 and 4) and found the BravoFor2. We have used the stroller for the 2 year old alone riding facing forward, sitting on the rear seat facing backwards, and standing holding onto the grips. We have used the stroller with the 4 year old standing holding onto the grips. We have also used the stroller with both children with the 2 year old seated facing forward with the 4 year old standing holding the grips and seated facing backwards. We use the stroller twice per day for walks of one mile each in rain or shine. Chicco provided this product to me in exchange for my honest opinion.

Pros: This stroller is exceptionally easy to assemble (5-7 minutes). The stroller is lightweight yet sturdy. It is easy to push even with the weight of 2 children (70 pounds total). Turning the stroller is fairly easy when loaded even with one hand. The field of view for the children is unobstructed for a child seated forward or standing holding onto the grips. The ride is smooth with no wobble. The brake is easily set or released with either foot and is sufficient to keep the stroller immobile on an incline even when loaded.

Cons: The canopy is great if being used to cover one child in the rain but will not shield 2 children (I would suggest more material so as to accordion a greater distance). The wheels are great on pavement or smooth trails but I would not recommend off-roading with this stroller.
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By Santa22
undisclosed
December 24, 2018
Perfect for multiple kids!!!
The best double stroller I've ever used. It's easy to steer, the wheels never get caught or have trouble turning. I have four kids, I use this stroller for the two youngest, the ease of getting the stroller in and out of my now very crammed vehicle is amazing. I never have to struggle collapsing or opening the stroller, and for a double stroller it's very compact. The sit or stand feature is the best, my active 2 year old loves it. I definitely recommend this stroller, Chicco never disappoints.
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By Boymom03
undisclosed
December 19, 2018
Amazing Double Stroller!!!
When my husband and I found out we were expecting our 2nd child, I knew finding a stroller that would work with a newborn and 2 year old would important. We ultimately decided on the BravoFor2 and are extremely pleased with our purchase. This is the perfect stroller for our family now and one that will work in the future as well. We love that our KeyFit clicks in which is such a lifesaver in the early days. Our son loves having the option to stand and look out like a "big boy" most of the time but when he gets tired he likes having the option to sit down. As a mom I appreciate the one-hand quick fold which makes putting it in my trunk easy. I also like how it does not take up my entire trunk when folded. The BravoFor2 is extremely easy to maneuver for a double stroller and it not wide so it can go anywhere. The stroller also has ample storage. We absolutely love our BravoFor2 and would highly recommend this to families who have children 2-4 years apart!
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By Samual D.
undisclosed
December 15, 2018
Great idea, poor execution
When we had our first baby, we bought a chicco next fit convertible car seat and loved it. When we had our second child, we wanted a double stroller, so we bought this one because of its unique design, because we trusted three brand, and so we had a stroller to use for our newborn and our 3 year old.

To start with, it folds easy and the car seat for the newborn works great with it. Setting up the stroller and getting both kids in it is a breeze and that part I like.

Unfortunately, it is built cheap, and the actual experience of using it is horrible. It works great if you are going on a completely straight line on a perfectly flat floor, but add in any turning or imperfect floors (including perfect flooring with tiles, with the small lines between the tiles, I'm not taking about any offroading here) and you quickly realize that you wasted hundreds of dollars on a frustratingly flawed product. Turning it is harder than it should be, it already is squeaking, it is hard to maneuver, and it is nearly impossible to use on any flooring that isn't perfect, including the dreaded walk from the parking lot to inside the store.

I wanted to like this product, but I am patiently waiting for my now 5 month old to be big enough for a smaller stroller, and for my 4 year old to start walking more on her own so that I can tear this stroller apart and throw it in the dumpster. Normally I donate my old baby devices, but I wouldn't wish this product on anyone.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By Megan
Candler, NC
December 5, 2018
Awesome product
Great product at an amazing price!
By kmgarrett17
undisclosed
May 24, 2018
Great for my 3.5 year old and 6 month old
We've used this stroller since day one when my youngest was born. When we're out and about, my 3 year old is always changing her mind on if she wants to ride in the stroller or walk. The "big sister seat" in the back was the perfect solution. Before my youngest was able to sit up, we would just clip in her Chicco Fit2 infant carrier, which was a total lifesaver. My oldest loved being able to stand and look at her baby sister as we moved along. The fabric is easy to clean and surprisingly stain resistant, and the large canopy is able to cover both of my girls when needed.

It's fairly light, folds up easily, the steering is smooth, and it isn't insanely bulky like many other double strollers out there. The only thing that keeps me from giving it 5 stars are two minor complaints:
ΓΆΒΆ I wish the undercarriage was a little bit deeper because it's difficult to fit our diaper bag
ΓΆΒΆ I wish the front seat would have the option to recline back further so my youngest would nap

All in all, I love this stroller. A good double stroller is difficult to find and I would absolutely recommend this one for anyone with kids that are close in age.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By kmgarrett17
undisclosed
May 24, 2018
Great for my 3.5 year old and 6 month old
We've used this stroller since day one when my youngest was born. When we're out and about, my 3 year old is always changing her mind on if she wants to ride in the stroller or walk. The "big sister seat" in the back was the perfect solution. Before my youngest was able to sit up, we would just clip in her Chicco Fit2 infant carrier, which was a total lifesaver. My oldest loved being able to stand and look at her baby sister as we moved along. The fabric is easy to clean and surprisingly stain resistant, and the large canopy is able to cover both of my girls when needed.

It's fairly light, folds up easily, the steering is smooth, and it isn't insanely bulky like many other double strollers out there. The only thing that keeps me from giving it 5 stars are two minor complaints:
I wish the undercarriage was a little bit deeper because it's difficult to fit our diaper bag
I wish the front seat would have the option to recline back further so my youngest would nap

All in all, I love this stroller. A good double stroller is difficult to find and I would absolutely recommend this one for anyone with kids that are close in age.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By kmgarrett17
undisclosed
May 24, 2018
Great for my 3.5 year old and 6 month old
We've used this stroller since day one when my youngest was born. When we're out and about, my 3 year old is always changing her mind on if she wants to ride in the stroller or walk. The "big sister seat" in the back was the perfect solution. Before my youngest was able to sit up, we would just clip in her Chicco Fit2 infant carrier, which was a total lifesaver. My oldest loved being able to stand and look at her baby sister as we moved along. The fabric is easy to clean and surprisingly stain resistant, and the large canopy is able to cover both of my girls when needed. It's fairly light, folds up easily, the steering is smooth, and it isn't insanely bulky like many other double strollers out there. The only thing that keeps me from giving it 5 stars are two minor complaints: I wish the undercarriage was a little bit deeper because it's difficult to fit our diaper bag I wish the front seat would have the option to recline back further so my youngest would nap All in all, I love this stroller. A good double stroller is difficult to find and I would absolutely recommend this one for anyone with kids that are close in age.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By Billie C.
Smithland, Kentucky
April 11, 2018
Love it!
Convenient, light weight and easy to maneuver!
By MomOfTwo1
undisclosed
February 11, 2018
I wish it was better! I really wanted to love it.
Bought this stroller about 9 months ago. I have a 9 month old and almost 3 year old. I'll start with the pros, since there are some! It's easy to fold and unfold. Fits in the trunk of my Acadia when all 3 rows are in seat position. It's big enough for my 3 year old to comfortably sit or stand on the back and there is a ton of storage! But, that's about it. .Cons: once your kid has outgrown the infant carseat l, this stroller is essentially useless since the stroller seat doesn't recline at all. Have a sleeping baby? Too bad- they will have to wake up to be seated in the stroller and good luck getting a baby to fall asleep when not on an incline. This is probably my biggest problem with the stroller, it's just not functional at all. The frame feels cheaply made. My wheels are already squeaking and the handlebar foam is already worn and has damage from just normal use. The cup holders are not deep enough to hold any normal size drinks (even a water bottle falls out). I really, really, really wanted to love and use this stroller for at least 2 years. But, as it turns out we pretty much outgrew it after 8 months.
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By MomOfTwo1
undisclosed
February 11, 2018
I wish it was better! I really wanted to love it.
Bought this stroller about 9 months ago. I have a 9 month old and almost 3 year old.

I'll start with the pros, since there are some! It's easy to fold and unfold. Fits in the trunk of my Acadia when all 3 rows are in seat position. It's big enough for my 3 year old to comfortably sit or stand on the back and there is a ton of storage! But, that's about it. .

Cons: once your kid has outgrown the infant carseat l, this stroller is essentially useless since the stroller seat doesn't recline at all. Have a sleeping baby? Too bad- they will have to wake up to be seated in the stroller and good luck getting a baby to fall asleep when not on an incline. This is probably my biggest problem with the stroller, it's just not functional at all. The frame feels cheaply made. My wheels are already squeaking and the handlebar foam is already worn and has damage from just normal use. The cup holders are not deep enough to hold any normal size drinks (even a water bottle falls out).

I really, really, really wanted to love and use this stroller for at least 2 years. But, as it turns out we pretty much outgrew it after 8 months.
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By Portia
Denver, Colorado
December 11, 2017
Fantastic
Very happy with this stroller, will be perfect for my infant and toddler. Great quality, simple one-hand fold, highly recommend.
By Anonjab
United States
October 26, 2017
Best of a bunch of bad options - but not good
We have a three-year-old and four-month-old and went looking for a sit 'n' stand stroller before having the second. I happened upon this one, which was pretty new at the time, and compared to everything else on the market it looked like the best option, so we went with it. I still think it's the best option in this category of strollers, but that's mostly a testament to how horrible the available sit 'n' stand options are. It has good elements, but I definitely don't love it.

Pros:
ΓΆΒΆ My three-year-old is happy with the jump seat and standing board, and actually fits on them without being squashed by the handle bar. This was probably the most important criterion we looked for in a stroller, since there was no point in getting a sit 'n' stand for two kids if one kid wouldn't actually use it due to discomfort. Our oldest (who's tall) definitely has enough room, and that's awesome.
ΓΆΒΆ Adult feet don't hit the standing board as they walk! This was a huge issue with other strollers and add-on boards, and was the reason we rejected just getting a board to go on our otherwise beloved City Mini GT. There's no point in getting a sit 'n' stand if you won't use it because you're constantly walking into the stroller, and Chicco did a great job of solving that problem here.
ΓΆΒΆ Storage basket. Almost the only thing I hated about the City Mini GT I had for my first child was how much work it was to get a moderately-loaded diaper bag into and out of the storage basket. The Bravo for 2 has access to the basket from the front and back and has a great amount of storage space!
ΓΆΒΆ Stands on its own when folded. This is awesome.

Cons
ΓΆΒΆ Feels low-quality and I have very little confidence it will hold up on city streets and sidewalks over time. Chicco makes a good jogging stroller, so I know the company's capable of making a stroller with rugged wheels and solid framework. This one feels . . . cheap. And flimsy. After just a couple of months the wheels have started making a regular squeaking noise. It can't go over minor dips or breaks in the sidewalk without an adult basically hanging from the handlebar to lift the wheels. The wheels look like they'll be pitted and worn through in about six months. We're not that hard on the thing - walking about ten blocks to school three-ish times a week, and maybe two other outings in the neighborhood in between. But this thing seems like it's only suited for someone who only wants to use it inside a mall.
ΓΆΒΆ There is no recline position in the seat. The features say that the seat has two recline positions, but when I assembled it I could only make it do one, so I actually called Chicco. Jean, who I spoke to, said that nope, the only positions are straight up or folded flat down so that you can put your car seat on top of it. She acknowledge this could be "misleading." Uh . . . yup. I'd go so far as to say false advertising. So far my little one's just in the car seat, but I think we'll be majorly limited in using it as the baby gets older because there's no way to recline the seat for a sleeping baby. (For the record, there's room in the stroller frame where the seat could be made to recline more, even without infringing on the older child space - that's why I was so confused when I couldn't get it to lean back further. It just doesn't. Really poor design on Chicco's part.)
ΓΆΒΆ The thing maneuvers about as well as an aircraft carrier. I get it, this is a trade-off for having enough space for both kids, and basically every double stroller of any kind maneuvers horrible. But there are strollers out there (like Chicco's own jogger) that are much more responsive to pressure on the handlebar and ride a lot smoother overall. This thing feels like driving a tank. And while it's not the worst I've driven, it leaves A LOT to be desired.
ΓΆΒΆ It's heavy when folded. I could accept this more if it were a tradeoff for stability, but as discussed, the stroller doesn't feel all that solid and stable.
ΓΆΒΆ The handle bar isn't great. First, it's not adjustable, which was a huge reason we loved and bought our City Mini GT. I'm 5'2" and my husband's 6'4", so it's really awesome to have a handle bar that adjusts to accommodate that difference. We survive with this one, but it would be such a great addition to make it adjustable. Also, the bar is covered in that horrible cheap, dense stroller handle foam that you know will start to break off halfway through its lifespan. Quality rubber would be a much better option, Chicco.
ΓΆΒΆ The parent console is useless. The cupholders can't handle a regular Munchkin sippy cup or an adult insulated Camelbak bottle. The zip pouch can take my keys and, with some maneuvering, my regular iPhone 6 in a Lifeproof case. But if you want a place to stash a snack cup or larger wallet, well, nope. I want to use my old Skip and Bee fabric attachable console, but the Chicco one is built in and completely in the way! Trying to see if I can unscrew it without taking apart the whole stroller . . . .

So that's my take on this stroller. It hits some of the hardest things to find in a good sit 'n' stand, it's just really, REALLY annoying that in hitting the biggest things it's such a huge miss on some of the small things. We'll probably just muddle through with this until I can rely on my oldest to walk consistently, then go back to the City Mini GT. I just hope this happens before my infant wants to nap in the stroller . . . .
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By Anonjab
United States
October 26, 2017
Best of a bunch of bad options - but not good
We have a three-year-old and four-month-old and went looking for a sit 'n' stand stroller before having the second. I happened upon this one, which was pretty new at the time, and compared to everything else on the market it looked like the best option, so we went with it. I still think it's the best option in this category of strollers, but that's mostly a testament to how horrible the available sit 'n' stand options are. It has good elements, but I definitely don't love it.Pros:My three-year-old is happy with the jump seat and standing board, and actually fits on them without being squashed by the handle bar. This was probably the most important criterion we looked for in a stroller, since there was no point in getting a sit 'n' stand for two kids if one kid wouldn't actually use it due to discomfort. Our oldest (who's tall) definitely has enough room, and that's awesome.Adult feet don't hit the standing board as they walk! This was a huge issue with other strollers and add-on boards, and was the reason we rejected just getting a board to go on our otherwise beloved City Mini GT. There's no point in getting a sit 'n' stand if you won't use it because you're constantly walking into the stroller, and Chicco did a great job of solving that problem here.Storage basket. Almost the only thing I hated about the City Mini GT I had for my first child was how much work it was to get a moderately-loaded diaper bag into and out of the storage basket. The Bravo for 2 has access to the basket from the front and back and has a great amount of storage space!Stands on its own when folded. This is awesome.ConsFeels low-quality and I have very little confidence it will hold up on city streets and sidewalks over time. Chicco makes a good jogging stroller, so I know the company's capable of making a stroller with rugged wheels and solid framework. This one feels . . . cheap. And flimsy. After just a couple of months the wheels have started making a regular squeaking noise. It can't go over minor dips or breaks in the sidewalk without an adult basically hanging from the handlebar to lift the wheels. The wheels look like they'll be pitted and worn through in about six months. We're not that hard on the thing - walking about ten blocks to school three-ish times a week, and maybe two other outings in the neighborhood in between. But this thing seems like it's only suited for someone who only wants to use it inside a mall.There is no recline position in the seat. The features say that the seat has two recline positions, but when I assembled it I could only make it do one, so I actually called Chicco. Jean, who I spoke to, said that nope, the only positions are straight up or folded flat down so that you can put your car seat on top of it. She acknowledge this could be "misleading." Uh . . . yup. I'd go so far as to say false advertising. So far my little one's just in the car seat, but I think we'll be majorly limited in using it as the baby gets older because there's no way to recline the seat for a sleeping baby. (For the record, there's room in the stroller frame where the seat could be made to recline more, even without infringing on the older child space - that's why I was so confused when I couldn't get it to lean back further. It just doesn't. Really poor design on Chicco's part.)The thing maneuvers about as well as an aircraft carrier. I get it, this is a trade-off for having enough space for both kids, and basically every double stroller of any kind maneuvers horrible. But there are strollers out there (like Chicco's own jogger) that are much more responsive to pressure on the handlebar and ride a lot smoother overall. This thing feels like driving a tank. And while it's not the worst I've driven, it leaves A LOT to be desired.It's heavy when folded. I could accept this more if it were a tradeoff for stability, but as discussed, the stroller doesn't feel all that solid and stable.The handle bar isn't great. First, it's not adjustable, which was a huge reason we loved and bought our City Mini GT. I'm 5'2" and my husband's 6'4", so it's really awesome to have a handle bar that adjusts to accommodate that difference. We survive with this one, but it would be such a great addition to make it adjustable. Also, the bar is covered in that horrible cheap, dense stroller handle foam that you know will start to break off halfway through its lifespan. Quality rubber would be a much better option, Chicco.The parent console is useless. The cupholders can't handle a regular Munchkin sippy cup or an adult insulated Camelbak bottle. The zip pouch can take my keys and, with some maneuvering, my regular iPhone 6 in a Lifeproof case. But if you want a place to stash a snack cup or larger wallet, well, nope. I want to use my old Skip and Bee fabric attachable console, but the Chicco one is built in and completely in the way! Trying to see if I can unscrew it without taking apart the whole stroller . . . .So that's my take on this stroller. It hits some of the hardest things to find in a good sit 'n' stand, it's just really, REALLY annoying that in hitting the biggest things it's such a huge miss on some of the small things. We'll probably just muddle through with this until I can rely on my oldest to walk consistently, then go back to the City Mini GT. I just hope this happens before my infant wants to nap in the stroller . . . .
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By Anonjab
United States
October 26, 2017
Best of a bunch of bad options - but not good
We have a three-year-old and four-month-old and went looking for a sit 'n' stand stroller before having the second. I happened upon this one, which was pretty new at the time, and compared to everything else on the market it looked like the best option, so we went with it. I still think it's the best option in this category of strollers, but that's mostly a testament to how horrible the available sit 'n' stand options are. It has good elements, but I definitely don't love it.

Pros:
My three-year-old is happy with the jump seat and standing board, and actually fits on them without being squashed by the handle bar. This was probably the most important criterion we looked for in a stroller, since there was no point in getting a sit 'n' stand for two kids if one kid wouldn't actually use it due to discomfort. Our oldest (who's tall) definitely has enough room, and that's awesome.
Adult feet don't hit the standing board as they walk! This was a huge issue with other strollers and add-on boards, and was the reason we rejected just getting a board to go on our otherwise beloved City Mini GT. There's no point in getting a sit 'n' stand if you won't use it because you're constantly walking into the stroller, and Chicco did a great job of solving that problem here.
Storage basket. Almost the only thing I hated about the City Mini GT I had for my first child was how much work it was to get a moderately-loaded diaper bag into and out of the storage basket. The Bravo for 2 has access to the basket from the front and back and has a great amount of storage space!
Stands on its own when folded. This is awesome.

Cons
Feels low-quality and I have very little confidence it will hold up on city streets and sidewalks over time. Chicco makes a good jogging stroller, so I know the company's capable of making a stroller with rugged wheels and solid framework. This one feels . . . cheap. And flimsy. After just a couple of months the wheels have started making a regular squeaking noise. It can't go over minor dips or breaks in the sidewalk without an adult basically hanging from the handlebar to lift the wheels. The wheels look like they'll be pitted and worn through in about six months. We're not that hard on the thing - walking about ten blocks to school three-ish times a week, and maybe two other outings in the neighborhood in between. But this thing seems like it's only suited for someone who only wants to use it inside a mall.
There is no recline position in the seat. The features say that the seat has two recline positions, but when I assembled it I could only make it do one, so I actually called Chicco. Jean, who I spoke to, said that nope, the only positions are straight up or folded flat down so that you can put your car seat on top of it. She acknowledge this could be "misleading." Uh . . . yup. I'd go so far as to say false advertising. So far my little one's just in the car seat, but I think we'll be majorly limited in using it as the baby gets older because there's no way to recline the seat for a sleeping baby. (For the record, there's room in the stroller frame where the seat could be made to recline more, even without infringing on the older child space - that's why I was so confused when I couldn't get it to lean back further. It just doesn't. Really poor design on Chicco's part.)
The thing maneuvers about as well as an aircraft carrier. I get it, this is a trade-off for having enough space for both kids, and basically every double stroller of any kind maneuvers horrible. But there are strollers out there (like Chicco's own jogger) that are much more responsive to pressure on the handlebar and ride a lot smoother overall. This thing feels like driving a tank. And while it's not the worst I've driven, it leaves A LOT to be desired.
It's heavy when folded. I could accept this more if it were a tradeoff for stability, but as discussed, the stroller doesn't feel all that solid and stable.
The handle bar isn't great. First, it's not adjustable, which was a huge reason we loved and bought our City Mini GT. I'm 5'2" and my husband's 6'4", so it's really awesome to have a handle bar that adjusts to accommodate that difference. We survive with this one, but it would be such a great addition to make it adjustable. Also, the bar is covered in that horrible cheap, dense stroller handle foam that you know will start to break off halfway through its lifespan. Quality rubber would be a much better option, Chicco.
The parent console is useless. The cupholders can't handle a regular Munchkin sippy cup or an adult insulated Camelbak bottle. The zip pouch can take my keys and, with some maneuvering, my regular iPhone 6 in a Lifeproof case. But if you want a place to stash a snack cup or larger wallet, well, nope. I want to use my old Skip and Bee fabric attachable console, but the Chicco one is built in and completely in the way! Trying to see if I can unscrew it without taking apart the whole stroller . . . .

So that's my take on this stroller. It hits some of the hardest things to find in a good sit 'n' stand, it's just really, REALLY annoying that in hitting the biggest things it's such a huge miss on some of the small things. We'll probably just muddle through with this until I can rely on my oldest to walk consistently, then go back to the City Mini GT. I just hope this happens before my infant wants to nap in the stroller . . . .
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By AjShaneyfelt
undisclosed
September 18, 2017
I wanted to love it
I have had this stroller for 5 months, its convenient for a baby and toddler but the construction is poor. 2 weeks after buying it the wheel started to squeak bad, I figured it wasn't a huge deal. But now the thing is almost impossible to fold and unfold, it just doesn't seem to work right so every time is a struggle. I paid 300.00 for this thing! The quality should be so much better. I have been an avid chicco fan, and recommended products to many people, so to end up with junk like this is super disappointing.
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By Liuy
Temple City, CA
September 17, 2017
Love the double stroller
I love this double stroller. It is very easy to fold and carry with. It fits to my car truck easily. My three years old toddler loves to stand or sit on this stroller. So totally worth the money.
By Sara
Saginaw, mi
September 10, 2017
Great stroller
I love this stroller for many reasons. It folds to be super compact for a sit and stand style stroller. I love how it is not much bigger than a single stroller, so i can use it with just my younger kiddo and not look silly. I do wish the front seat had more recline options though, but besides that it is an amazing stroller
ProsSmall fold small size
ConsNot enough recline
By Addy
undisclosed
September 9, 2017
It's light Weight , easy to fold .
I bought this item 3 months ago , it's great for traveling with my baby and toddler .
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By PamelaH
undisclosed
September 3, 2017
Don't buy it with a newborn baby
I bought the stroller six months ago and at the beginning was useful but after several months using it on a daily basis here is my review: When we tried it at the store it was hard to open it and to close it. The person told us it was because it wasn't fully assembled. Now is the same way. It is hard to open it and is hard to close it. Plus the front seat doesn't lay down enough for when baby or toddler nap. When my three old month baby was in the car seat on the front was very hard to reach her and had to move my toddler off the stroller to be able to give her a toy or to take her off from it. The shade is just for one kid which on the rain is hard to use it. Which just happened to us. We weren't expecting a rain and we freaked out with two little ones leaving the museum after it was about to close. Good thing the rain stopped. I use the stroller five from seven days a week. So after almost six months of looking the best of the stroller is very tiring. The seat on the back without recliner is so uncomfortable. My toddler is restless every time we put her in. She prefers the one with recliner on the front. For toddlers is hard to stand because they barely see the front. So of course mine wants to see what is around while she seats or stands. The cup holders are so small that my coffee or water bottles end on the floor every time we put them on. I just wrote an email with this review hoping to have a response. Except you have two little ones older than three years old than don't nap anymore it could be useful. It is not smooth to ride. The space on the basket is so small. And you have to take the toddler off to reach something. So for example I finally put my toddler seating on the seat above the basket and she asks for something that its on the basket. It is a pain to take her off, to reach for the snack or toy that she asked for. And to convince her again to be on the stroller while my other eight month old baby cries during this time in the front. So you moms know what I am talking about. I can go on and on on this review.
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By Diane
Redwood Falls Minnesota
July 24, 2017
stroller
Great for 2 year old and newborn. Very sturdy
Prosfits in small SUV
Consheavy
By krystal
clarksburg, MA
June 21, 2017
Love this Stroller
Got this stroller for my newborn and almost 4 year old. It works great. Easy to use, open, close, and maneuver. My only issue is im 5' and the handlebar is a little high and not adjustable, for short walks its fine, but long walks it starts to get uncomfortable. As usual, chicco delivers a great product.
By Troymill
Undisclosed
June 16, 2017
An amazing stroller
I bought the stroller two weeks ago. Just have to say my wife loves it. My daughter enjoys sitting or standing while riding with her new born brother. Just have to say what an amazing awesome stroller.
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By Megan
Peyton, Colorado
June 4, 2017
Awesome double stroller
I am a mom of 4 and this stroller has been amazing for my younger 2 who are 3 1/2 and 2 weeks old.
By Jessica
Denver, CO
May 13, 2017
Love it!
We bought this for our 4.5yr old and 9month old for use for traveling and Disneyland. Its been great for walks around the neighborhood and to the park. We love that it gives our older child a place to be contained in a crowed area or when tired of walking. The stroller is so smooth and feels like it glides on the sidewalk. Our only complaints are that the straps for the front seat don't adjust small enough for our infant and the cup holders aren't very deep so water bottles wobble around. Love that it stands on its own when collapsed and is fairly narrow. Overall very very happy with the purchase!
By Gbe3
Undisclosed
May 7, 2017
Awesome for traveling!!!
This stroller has survived a trip to Europe with my 4 year old and 4 month old!! It was perfect for all the walking on cobblestone, so easy to get in/out of the car many times and was perfect for the 4 year old to ride (either sitting or standing) when she got tired of walking!!! The stroller did not get damaged at all when it was checked with our luggage for the flights! Great stroller for traveling and for everyday use at home-the storage underneath is perfect for bags of any kind!!
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By Amanda
KS
May 3, 2017
Great double stroller for my infant and toddler
Have had a good experience with it so far. I like the tandem orientation and it is not much bigger than a single stroller. Best on paved paths or trails. Probably not the best off road in gravel or grass since the wheels are smaller and plastic.
ProsPros - folds easily - fairly light and compact - can be used for a long time with carseat area that converts to regular seat -canopy moves to cover both kids (only tested in carseat orientation so far) -cup holder and zipper pocket convenient on handle, big enough to hold Galaxy S7 phone with room to spare
ConsWhen toddler is in seated position she can put her feet on the wheels and breaks
Best UsesOn trails and paved paths
By Josie830
Undisclosed
April 28, 2017
Cool stroller
We just purchased this stroller for our Cruise this summer. We use it this weekend for Carnival. I have a six-year-old and a nine-month-old. I was in love with the stroller until my nine-month-old fell asleep. It does not recline. Other than the reclining it's awesome. Got lots of compliments.
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By Josie830
undisclosed
April 28, 2017
Cool stroller
We just purchased this stroller for our Cruise this summer. We use it this weekend for Carnival. I have a six-year-old and a nine-month-old. I was in love with the stroller until my nine-month-old fell asleep. It does not recline. Other than the reclining it's awesome. Got lots of compliments.
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By AandBsmom
Undisclosed
April 21, 2017
Convenient for daycare drop off & pick up!
We purchased this stroller because I needed a few extra hands for daycare drop off of a 2 year old and 4 month old in our KeyFit car seat. Lots of storage and effective for our family. Rides so so smooth!!
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By Aya
Florida
April 20, 2017
Great stroller
My kids love this stroller. It is just a little bigger than a single stroller so it's the perfect size double. The storage is amazing. Overall, I really love it. It's got a great push even with the weight of both kids.
ProsYou can slide things into the bottom basket from the front. The stroller can stand upright when folded. Kids can go from sitting to standing easily. Lots of cup holders and a zippered parent compartment.
ConsThe cons are that the canopy isn't very sturdy. It tends to pop off when I adjust it. The cup holders are also too small to fit our kids cups (like the snack cups or animal shaped cups). It feels sturdy now but it feels like the wheels won't last. The rear brakes are too accessible to the rear passenger.
By Nick
KC
April 19, 2017
Great fit and finish
We were scared to buy this online without trying it first so we went to a local store and did a test in the aisles. We've only had it a couple of weeks, but absolutely love it. We have looked at a lot of other options and found them bulky, hard to maneuver when fully loaded, or flimsy feeling. We have a 9 month old and a 2.5 year old and it works great for us. Storage, operation, and overall size when folded down are all great, really don't have any complaints so far.
By Jmom6
Undisclosed
April 17, 2017
Great stroller
This is super nice, great size, opens and closes easily, my only negative is it doesn't recline so my baby can't sleep well in it but everything else designed well!!
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By SAHMommyof2
undisclosed
April 16, 2017
So excited about this quality stroller
I am so in love with this stroller!! My 20 month old loves to sit in the seat, but is also very mobile and loves to stand on the back. She loves to put her toys in the basket which is so easy to access from the front and back. Folding it is so easy as well. I am looking forward to seeing how well it works when the new baby is born in a couple weeks.
The only recommendation I would make is to somehow include a cup holder for the kid in the back. Or allow the snack tray to be used in the back.
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By SAHMommyof2
Undisclosed
April 16, 2017
So excited about this quality stroller
I am so in love with this stroller!! My 20 month old loves to sit in the seat, but is also very mobile and loves to stand on the back. She loves to put her toys in the basket which is so easy to access from the front and back. Folding it is so easy as well. I am looking forward to seeing how well it works when the new baby is born in a couple weeks. The only recommendation I would make is to somehow include a cup holder for the kid in the back. Or allow the snack tray to be used in the back.
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By Bmfiore
Undisclosed
April 7, 2017
Amazing!
I have a 3yr old and an infant (10weeks). This stroller is perfect! It's very easy to push and steer; we actually forget that it's longer. My older child loves the hop on/off experience and our infant is safely in his car seat. The stroller is a little heavy folded up- I have trouble lifting it; need two hands but that is going to happen when seating two. I haven't encountered any of the issues (steering, etc) that are noted by users of other double strollers. FYI: we love chicco products and buy mostly chicco when deciding on a new purchase.
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By Mom t.
Virginia
April 6, 2017
Perfect
I have looked at many double strollers and sit and stands. This is the only one that fit the bill. It's small and light weight for a double, super easy to fold or steer on handed, and is perfect for my 3 kiddos. My oldest is 4.5 and walks most of the time but she fits well in the sit/stand spot. My 2 year old fits well in the seat and the sit/stand spot. My youngest is on 2months I'll carry her in my carrier until she's big enough to sit in the front and then my 2.5 year old will then be near 3 and will move to the back. With my old double stroller 9 times out of 10 only 1 kid was sitting in so this will be perfect without taking up so much space. The car seat even fits great and it's not even a chicco.
By Nicole O.
Vancouver Washington
April 6, 2017
Best sit and stand ever!
I like a good sturdy stroller. I don't mind if it's a little heavier it that means it's made with quality. This stroller meets those criteria. I love it! It's very easy to fold up and stands on its own once folded. It is bulkier than a single stroller but not as bulky as a full double. It has a super smooth ride and is easy to maneuver. I am very pleased with this stroller and would definitely buy it again.
By lyles
Undisclosed
April 5, 2017
Easy and convenient
I'm not much of a stroller person but when I saw this I had to try it. Now that my newborn is here, I love this stroller. My little one is too small to baby wear and this makes it easy to take him and my almost 3 year old places.
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