We all know taking your children out for a walk can be either an incredible experience, or one that can age you with stress! Parents the world over would kill (hopefully not literally!) to make this process easier, and luckily for them we may have just found the solution! The Graco Relay Click Connect Jogging stroller has been designed to streamline the process of taking your child out for a walk, and we will be taking a look at how it does that in more detail throughout this review. All that’s left for you to do is to sit back and enjoy.
What features does this particular stroller have?
The people at Graco have included everything you will need already packaged with the stroller so you should not need to buy anything else to go with it. Features include pneumatic tyres which will be up to the task of tackling any surface, a front wheel which gives you the option to both lock and swivel depending on whether you want to have a constant bearing or not, and canopy to cover your baby and protect them from the sun and rain.
Will it look good whilst I am using it?
Even with all of the features mentioned above being included in the package of the stroller, the design of the device has not been forsaken for them. With a sleek black and green colour scheme splashed throughout the stroller, you will stand out for all the right reasons when walking down the street! The compact and clever design means that it is not very bulky either and that you will be comfortable using the Graco anywhere you go!
What makes it better than the rest?
Simply put, this stroller is better than the rest because it includes everything you could want in a stroller. The suspension is second to none and will ensure that both you and your child enjoy a smooth ride when jogging or walking, the design is very pleasing on the eye which is great for those style conscious mums and dads, and the pneumatic tires are a very nice touch. However perhaps the most impressive thing about this stroller is its ability to take car seats too, hence the Click Connect element of its name. This could save a whole host of trouble when it comes to waking your baby up to move them from car to stroller.
Is there any way in which it could improve?
You have probably guessed by now, but the Graco is a very well put together piece of kit. That is not to say though that it is perfect. It does not have many flaws, but the two it does have are still worth mentioning. The first of these small flaws is the fact that you are unable to adjust the handle bar height. Whilst this may not be a problem for some, for others, think parents with a large difference in height, this could pose a problem. The other issue is that some people have struggled to pump the front wheel up when it is needed as the design makes it a little tricky to do so. Practise makes perfect here though and after a few try’s you will get the hang of it.
How would you sum everything up for me?
All things considered, this is a very good stroller. It does all of the basics very well, and on top of that it tackles some of the trickier things too! The Graco not only gives your baby a comfortable ride, but it also makes your life a little easier with the pneumatic tires and added suspension. The canopy that comes with the stroller is made from a UV 50 material, so it will keep both drizzle and harmful sun rays away from your child’s head. There are so many little clever features included with this stroller that I could go on for another couple of reviews, but I won’t do that so don’t worry! I will leave you to go and test it out for yourself, as that is the best way to see this impressive stroller in action. All that’s left for me to do is to wish you a good walk!