Best Double Stroller for Traveling with Chicco Bravo
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So I’m pretty sure I’ve tried just about every single double stroller on the market. I’m not bragging, just explaining the context of this post. With my vast knowledge of strollers (you can laugh at that) I have to award the new Chicco Bravofor2 the
Best Double Stroller
There are so many reasons why I love this double stroller! First of all, there’s a five point harness seat in the front, and a three point harness seat in the back. Safety first my friends. There’s also a board on the back of the stroller that the bigger kids can stand on if they don’t feel like sitting. The stroller comes with handles that the board riders can hold onto for extra precaution.
If you’ve got a newborn, the front seat actually bends forward to hold a Chicco Keyfit carseat. Obviously, this stroller is meant to fit any family needs you may have. If your child is between newborn-40lbs they have a seat in this stroller. But let’s cover my own reasons for loving the Chicco Bravo:
There are 4 cup holders. FOUR! One for me, one for each kid, and an extra one because you know I’ll need it. There’s also a snack tray attached to the front seat. Henley absolutely loves this tray and preferred to sit in the stroller over high chairs. There’s also a big basket underneath! I was able to have blankets, baby carriers, and my diaper bag stowed with plenty of room. It also folds up extremely easily, with just one hand needed. It even collapses small enough to fit through the luggage scanner at security in the airport! Isn’t that just the best double stroller?!
In summation, the Chicco Bravofor2 is an all-around winner. It’s lightweight, easy to maneuver, and perfect for traveling with two kids.
This BravoFor2 retails for $279 and is available on ChiccoShop.com, as well as in stores and online from both Babies”R”Us and Target.
Thats a nice stroller. You younger people have much nicer stuff than we did.
This looks like an awesome stroller. I wish I had one when my kids were tiny.
I’ve heard so many great thing about this stroller as we hunt for our own too! Thanks girl!
This stroller is cute and useful!
Parents and kids can have more fun using it I guess!
This is such a cute stroller. Considering it makes it easy for parenting as well. I always wanted to ask, is it fun traveling with kids? Thank you for the share 🙂
I could have sure used one of these when my grand kids were small. My daughter and SIL had their kids 1 year apart.
I need a new double stroller and this looks like it would work really well!
This looks awesome, I will definitely check out this. thamks for sharing 🙂
I remember looking for a good stroller when my daughter was younger. That’s awesome you found such a good one.
Man, I would have LOVED a stroller like this when my kids were little. They’re 13 and 7 now so neither of them needs one, but when they were newborn and five, this would have come in handy – I like that it would have allowed my big girl to stand if she wanted, while the baby could ride easily.
Looks like you found the perfect stroller for your adventures! I remember buying a very expensive pram with my first born only to use it a couple of times, it was so bulky and hard to fold! A cheap stroller was what we ended up using instead, and it lasted us all three kids!
What a lovely stroller. I imagine that a lot of the older generation would have killed to have such luxuries when they were lugging around two toddlers unassisted. I know 1978 must have been murder for my Mom with two under 2!
Woozer! The photo on the beach sold me! If you can put this in sand then you can travel anywhere!
It is great that it has the 5 point harness and that you have awarded it the best double travel stroller. It does look rather sleek and sophisticated as well x
This is pretty awesome, to be honest. It’s perfect for families with more than one child. It’s really useful and it makes going outside convenient!
We are seriously considering this for two little ones, but are also contemplating the Joovy Caboose Ultralight. Did you happen to try this one out as well? Any direct comparisons you can share?
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