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Old 05-31-2011, 01:42 PM
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Britax Chaperone Travel System Stroller in Red Mill

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Rating: 5 out of 5
  • Currently 5.0/5.0

It's tough carrying your kid around from place to place. One day you might want to go on the out and out. You've been to parks with your kid on your back all day long. You're restless and very tired from carrying your child around. You've just realized, "I don't have a stroller." You Google online, then you're reading this bit of information. Here's my pick I have for you...

The Britax Chaperone Travel System Stroller in Red Mill. Let us discuss price, $529.99. A bit much I know. But here's what this travel system comes with.

Chaperone stroller and car seat. Stroller for use with children 6 months old and up to 55 pounds. Car seat for use from 4-32 lbs. One-hand fold with automatic chassis lock positions stroller for next logical step: (placing in vehicle or standing upright). All-wheel suspension provides for a smooth ride. Large canopy with visor blocks wind, rain, and harmful UV rays from child's sensitive skin.

A limited number of strollers comes with these features. As always, I favor top of the line products. Britax exceeds all the needs of the Consumer Product Safety Commission. On the average, strollers are a little over $200.00, and car seats under $90.00. You could buy two separate units, it's always best to buy things that have the same name if at all possible. The list price of $500.00 isn't expensive, compared to some cheap unit that will last if you're lucky, 3-4 years, without a wheel falling off or some rust forming.

Comfort is another importance, this travel system has room and snugness for your child. So when you go out to the park, aren't you glad you took this advice?

Review by professional reviewer, Oct. 2, 2010
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