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I was recently invited to participate in an E-commerce campaign for Graco, but after doing the product testing, I thought it might be nice to share on the blog too!
I was contacted to provide my honest opinion on the Graco LiteRider Click Connect Stroller. I’m a bit of a stroller connoisseur. With this one, I have 4. We have our every day stroller that is apart of a travel system, a jogging stroller (that no one jogs with) and an umbrella stroller that I recently picked up on a swap site.
The LiteRider falls in-between the Travel System and Umbrella Stroller.
I took the girls (Miss H and Riley Sue) for our normal .8 mile lap around the neighborhood and here are the findings.
Here is what I liked:
I put it together. I didn’t need engineer husband to do it. Win!
Storage on the bottom. My travel stroller has minimal storage and I hang my diaper bag on the back. I couldn’t hang my bag on the LiteRider, it would flip. However, I could easily get to anything with it being do open on the bottom.
2 positions – reclining and sitting.
VERY light weight
This definitely rides more like an umbrella stroller. During our walk, I struggled a few times to push the front wheels over the bumpy side walk.
The sitting position seems so high up and not much wiggle room on the sides for Miss H.
Cup Holder. Definitely wouldn’t put a latte in there. Even tells you no hot drinks! Boo!
Bulky – still takes up the same amount of space as my travel stroller. Would ideally like something more compact.
At an $80 price point, I think it’s a good stroller. It would work really well if you had the Click Connect Car seat. It may just be me coming from different sized stroller that the inbetween style seems strange to me. I’d prefer a less bulky folded option. Miss H is really into foot rests with the addition of our other Umbrella stroller, so she seemed to like it. We always do the wiggle test to see if she can slide down under the tray and she could, but it was a struggle.
Thank you to Graco and One2One Network for giving me the opportunity to try out this stroller. All opinions are my own. I was provided a stroller for my honest opinion, and I hope I was able to share my insight on it!