Graco Ipo Platinum Stroller Review
Compared to heavier strollers, this stroller holds up to 50 pounds. This 17.5-pound stroller has a one-handed folding feature for parents on the go, and its lightweight design makes it easier to lift and slide into the trunk to travel. It has a three-point or a five point harness, lockable front swivel wheels and adjustable leg rests for baby’s comfort. There’s even a carry handle on the side of the stroller for when the toddler wants to get out and walk.
The cost is less than some strollers but more than others. Depending on where it’s bought in-store or online, it can run between $82 and $160. As strollers go this is dependable. Some Graco strollers have had recalls in the past, but this isn’t one of them. To make it easier for parents when something breaks or wears out, Graco sells replacement parts on its website.
It has a multi-positioning reclining seat.
The seat cushion can be removed for washing.
The price is reasonable for a standard stroller, especially when shopping online.
This stroller is JPMA certified.
The stroller’s sunshade is too small to provide protection against the sun.
The seat does not come up enough to allow the baby to sit upright.
Not all wheels touch the ground, and steering is difficult.
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