Graco Quattro Tour Deluxe Travel System Review
Parents who posted Graco Quattro Tour Deluxe Travel System reviews at Toys R Us coo about this combo package. On a long list of pros parents cite the easy installation of car seat and base, the no-hassle snap to get the seat in and out of the base, the stroller's maneuverability, and the comfort and safety of both stroller and car seat. Many reviews reveal plans to use the combo for the next child or pass it along to a friend or relative. Travel system reviews at Amazon for the stroller only have good things to say, which includes praise for the large storage basket and the one-handed fold that actually works.
The Graco Quattro Tour Deluxe package includes the stroller and SnugRide 32 car seat and base. The car seat holds infants up to 32 pounds (some retailers sell the package with SnugRide 30 and SnugRide 35 car seats), contains energy-absorbing foam, and features a 5-point harness and infant head support. The seat and base are compatible with a car's LATCH system. The Tour Deluxe stroller holds children up to 50 pounds and features a 4-position reclining seatback that opens up to flat, a 5-point harness that converts to a 3-point harness as babies grow, lockable front swivel wheels, and a one-hand gravity fold. Extras include a child tray, adjustable canopy, two drink holders, and storage basket. The stroller itself weighs 26.1 pounds, but users don't seem to find it a bother.
The Graco Quattro Tour Deluxe Travel System (starting at $190) seems to be at the end of its product run, so if you find one, grab it. It boasts solid safety ratings and parents say their children are comfortable and secure. It doesn't get much better than that.