Graco LiteRider Click Connect Stroller Review
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We were given a great travel system, but it was a little too clumsy for our liking. Since our other car seat was a Graco Click Connect, I wanted to find a lighter-weight stroller that would be compatible, and the Graco LiteRider Click Connect Stroller was just what I needed.
The colors are vibrant, but perfect for a boy or a girl, and the attention to design detail makes the appearance of the stroller pop.
What sold me on the stroller, though, was its convenience factor. The fact that I can fold it with one hand to get it in my car is fantastic.
Easy to Push
I’ve tried this stroller on a few different terrain types and have had no problems pushing this stroller on grass, dirt, rock or sidewalk.
It has an excellent suspension system to make traveling more comfortable for your child, as well.
The double-front wheel system means there are four total wheels in the front, increasing maneuverability. The stroller has swivel or locked front-wheel options.
The Graco LiteRider can hold children up to 40 pounds, which means this will last well through toddler hood for most children.
The fabric choice is very durable and attached securely to the frame of the stroller.
It cleans easily and will handle many of the situations you may run into with children.
Pluses for Parents
A large parent tray gives room for keys, cell phones, and drinks, and the basket below the seat is far bigger than I was expecting.
I can easily fit a backpack, purse and several shopping bags.
The padded handlebar is perfect for all heights – my husband and I are relatively tall and are both able to push the stroller without having to hunch over.
Safe for Children
Like other Graco models, the three- and five-point-harness systems are easy to adjust and buckle around the child, and I like that it includes both.
Older infants who like to climb or escape benefit from the shoulder straps in a five-point harness;
Toddlers and preschoolers who are good at sitting will enjoy the freedom of a three-point harness.
- The stroller is easy to close with one hand, which is great when you are holding a younger child or escape-prone toddler.
- The seat is spacious, and the fabric is sturdy and easy-to-clean.
- The latch to hold the stroller shut when it’s collapsed is a great feature.
- The Stroller has One-Handed Closing System. It's really good feature what I like to travel with.
- Three- and Five-Point Harness, I use this feature for infant and toddler baby as my need.
- It's also available in several colors; Zuba, Bottlecap, and Lambert.
- There are only two recline positions. I wish this had a strap adjuster to let you change the recline angle.
- It would be great if there were a stand-alone system for the stroller when it is already folded, rather than having it collapse to where the child tray is touching the ground.
- Once it’s folded, the stroller is much more awkward than a collapsed umbrella stroller.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’S)
Q. Is this truly compatible with other Graco products?
Ans: Yes, there is an attachment piece you can buy that allows you to use a Graco Click Connect car seat with this LiteRider stroller.
Q. Is the recline system easy to use?
Ans: It is very easy to use but does require a little extra push to lock the clips in place and hold the back of the seat in place for the upright position
Q. Can I use Graco LiteRider Click Connect Stroller for a newborn?
Ans. In a pinch, maybe, but using a compatible car seat would be the best option. The seat doesn’t recline to a completely flat position. The padded headrests help, but you would probably be happier with something a little more secure.
I appreciate the attention to detail Graco put into this LiteRider stroller. There are only a few small modifications that I would like to see