Chicco Bravo Trio Travel System Stroller Reviews
Designed as a complete travel systems with a stroller and a baby car seat, the Chicco Travel System provides three modes of use that adapt to your baby’s changing needs, offering comfort, reliability and style at an affordable price.
With a multi-position reclining seat, all-wheel suspension and a stylish stroller frame, the Bravo Trio Travel System caters to every parent’s needs outstandingly.
If you’re ready to make the investment but aren’t fully sure if this particular stroller model is what you really need, then keep reading our Chicco Bravo Trio Travel System Stroller Reviews below to find out!
Removable Stroller Seat
Newborns can’t be carried around in a regular stroller seat – in addition to being way too big for him, the seat won’t keep him comfortable and safe, and so the ride isn’t going to be enjoyable for either of you. The Chicco Trio Travel System comes with a stroller seat that’s removable, meaning you can always replace it with the KeyFit car seat that converts the travel systems into a KeyFit car seat carrier.
The KeyFit car seat clicks directly into the stroller frame for quick and easy attachment.
Multi-Position Reclining Seat
Most of the time, stroller seats aren’t very comfortable to fall asleep in, especially if they’re not reclined. This can prevent your little one from taking a nap when he feels like it, thus making him noisy.
The seat on this Chicco Travel System stroller can be reclined to multiple positions, including fully flat, so your baby can stay comfortable during the ride. If he looks like he’s going to fall asleep, just adjust the position of the seat and allow him to rest – it’s simple and convenient!
Other Features and Specifications
- Maximum stroller capacity: from birth up to 50 pounds
- Removable stroller seat
- Multi-position reclining seat
- One-hand, free-standing quick fold
- Adjustable, removable canopy
- Height-adjustable handle
- All-wheel suspension
- Linear rear brakes
- Parent tray with cup holders
- Large storage basket
Chicco Bravo Trio Travel System Stroller Review:- Pros
The Bravo Trio can also be converted into a travel systems by simply attaching the infant car seat to the stroller seat. As your baby grows, you can use the stroller seat instead of the car seat for strolling.
Thanks to the all-wheel suspension, strolling will become much smoother, and the shock of impacts will be significantly alleviated. Bumpy roads are sometimes unavoidable, but this doesn’t mean that your baby should keep jiggling as you stroll on them.
With the Chicco Travel System, this is no longer a concern.In terms of benefits, the Chicco Bravo Trio Travel System is nothing short of spectacular.
Since it’s a travel systems and not an average stroller, the Trio Travel System can be converted to 3 modes: stroller, KeyFit baby car seat carrier, and travel systems (stroller + infant car seat).
If your little one isn’t big enough to ride in a stroller, then you can easily remove the seat and replace it with the KeyFit car seat instead. The stroller frame will easily accommodate the car seat, thus allowing you to stroll with your little one and conveniently supervise him.
What’s more, you’ll also get an adjustable canopy that protects your little one against sun, wind, rain and other such elements, as well as a parent tray with cups that’s perfect if you want to enjoy a cup of hot latte or green tea. Folding is easy and stress-free with the one-hand, free-standing quick fold.
Chicco Bravo Trio Travel System Stroller Review: – Cons
In spite of its great rating, there are still a few complaints about the Chicco Bravo Trio Travel System Stroller, you should know about. In the first place, several customers have reported the stroller to be quite flimsy.
This will obviously impact the longevity of the travel systems, but not if you make sure to keep it clean and avoid rough handling. On average, you can expect the stroller to last you at least one year and a half, longer if you’re committed to a regular maintenance schedule.
Another aspect customers disliked was the fact that the infant car seat was difficult to install because of the canopy, which would get in the way. However, you can do this quickly and with little effort if you have someone else to hold the canopy while you’re installing the KeyFit car seat.
As with other travel systems of its kind, the Chicco Trio Travel System is perfect for families with newborns. If your baby weighs over 30 pounds already, then he isn’t going to need the infant car seat.
But if you have a newborn, then this stroller will be a perfect fit, and will adapt to your little one’s changing needs.
Chicco Bravo Trio Travel System Stroller Review:- Final Verdict
Some areas could certainly be better, but the Chicco Travel System is a solid stroller overall, and will definitely make it possible for parents and babies alike to enjoy strolling.
And since you’ll be using it for longer than a regular stroller, then the Chicco Bravo Trio Travel System Strollers will be just perfect for your growing family.