Chicco C6 Stroller Tangerine
List Price: $69.99

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Product Description

Designed in Italy, the C6 has a rugged yet lightweight annodized aluminum frame that weighs only 11lbs but comes loaded with features you would only expect to find on a full-size stroller! The 2 position reclining seat provides comfort and security with a padded 5 point harness. The adjustable, roomier, round canopy protects from the weather. The basket provides storage for all the things your baby needs. The front swivel wheels make this stroller easy to maneuver. The all wheel suspension gives baby just the right ride. The stroller carry bag & shoulder carry strap make travel & storage convenient.

Features:

  • Lightweight aluminum frame makes this stroller compact and highly maneuverable.
  • Features a rounded, removable and adjustable sun canopy.
  • 5-point safety harness with shoulder pads for extra comfort.
  • Seat has two positions for baby's comfort.
  • Front and rear suspension and lockable front swivel wheels provide a smooth ride.
  • Comes with a carry bag, making travel and storage convenient.
  • Recommended for age 6-36 months and up to 37 lbs.
Features:
  • Ultra lightweight aluminum stroller weighs only 11 lbs!
  • Comfort and Security with a 2-position reclining seat and 5-point safety harness
  • Front-wheel suspension make rough terrains smooth
  • Compact umbrella style fold, carry bag and shoulder carry strap make travel a breeze
  • Basket to keep necessities close

Customer Reviews:

  • Might work if you're short
    I had to sell this stroller after one use because I kicked the wheels probably a dozen times. Very VERY disappointing because I love the color and style! I'm only 5'6" so if you're a petite person and not planning on any tall people using it then it may work out just fine for you. Or I suppose if you are a "baby steps" type of walker, but I take long strides. Wish the handles were adjustable- they needed to be an extra 3-4 inches higher....more info
  • great stroller
    I love this stroller. I was scare because somebody wrote that the color was not as the picture but I love it, it looks the same to me.
    The stroller is well made, strong, a little big heavier of what I expected but no so much, still good for an umbrella. It is very comfortable. I bought it for my nephew but I even try my 4months old baby and he looks good on it that I will be getting the same one for him.
    I have the chicco stroller for my infant and love it. Chicco is such a good brand I find.
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  • Love this stroller!
    We purchased this stroller as a travel stroller that we leave in our car so we can have a stroller handy whenever we need one. One of my favorite things about this stroller is it's height. Many umbrella strollers are not made for tall people but this one is. No more sore back from hunching over. The color is great and I love how light weight it is. I would recommend this stroller to anyone!...more info
  • Would recommend
    I really liked how light weight and durable this stroller is. The only problem I have with it is that the foot release, to break it down, is a little tough. I love the color and it reclines back (not a lot) so my son can sleep. ...more info
  • Great Little Stroller
    My husband and I got this stroller to replace the inexpensive umbrella stroller that we had for running in and out of stores. This stroller still has all of the benefits of an umbrella stroller, ie. it folds down and doesn't take up much room in our small car, but is much nicer to push and has a place to put a small diaper bag under the seat, our son also finds it to be much more comfortable to ride in. It's nice and sturdy, easy to operate, and I would recommend it to anyone looking for a nice easily portable stroller. ...more info
  • great umbrella stroller
    I am 5' 6" and my husband is 6' 2" and this stroller is comfortable for both of us to push. It has a five point harness for baby and the fabric breathes which is great if you are in the south during the summer. We love our Graco Snug Ride carrier and frame but it was too hot to leave that baby in during our trip to Hilton Head Island. This stroller works great, has a 5 point harness and canopy, doesn't take up my entire trunk and even has a small basket underneath. If the basket were a little bigger I would give this 5 stars....more info
  • Wish I would have bought sooner!
    This stroller is great! I love the colors too. I had the huge jogging stroller but needed something for the airport. I got this one in the mail then sold the jogging stroller. It's very light and the handles are a great (I'm 5'7) height....more info
  • Excellent Lightweight Stroller
    My only complaint about this stroller is that there is no cup holder. Otherwise, easy to use, light (compared to my Graco Mosaic stroller, it's over a 10-15 pound difference) and the color rocks. My daughter seems comfortable and naps just fine in it. The straps are also easier to use than the Mosaic stroller. Steering is so easy!...more info
  • Might work if you're short
    I had to sell this stroller after one use because I kicked the wheels probably a dozen times. Very VERY disappointing because I love the color and style! I'm only 5'6" so if you're a petite person and not planning on any tall people using it then it may work out just fine for you. Or I suppose if you are a "baby steps" type of walker, but I take long strides. Wish the handles were adjustable- they needed to be an extra 3-4 inches higher....more info
  • Best Umbrella Stroller
    I read over a hundred reviews before settling on this stroller-all the other ones I had or tried at big box store sucked. Very light , easy to cary, awesome for flying with our two year old. Very happy...more info
  • Lightweight and good craftsmanship, but...
    We purchased this stroller couple weeks ago. I love how easy the Stroller folds down and how lightweight it is, but I wish, the handlebars would be sizeable and rubberized. Like the other reviews, I kick the wheels with my toes all the time. That is really annoying. Some adjustable handlebars would be great. Also Chicco could spend a couple more cents on rubberized handlebars for more comfort.
    But well, my baby loves to sit in it.

    Update: 2 months later with this stroller
    Now, 2 months later and lots of walks with this stroller, I really regret buying this stroller. I am 5.4 ft, not really too tall, but I kick the wheels every single step and it drives me crazy. I am looking into handle-extenders now, which are really rare to get or just replacing this stroller. Wish I could undo the 4 stars tho. 2 Stars for this stroller from me. If you are taller than 5.4, you should look into a stroller with adjustable handle's and dont even consider the C6, because it will drive you nuts kicking the wheels every single step you do....more info
  • Good for the price
    This was a good stroller for the features it has. It is very light, already put together, collapses easy and the wheels are better than the typical umbrella stroller. I liked the 5pt harness best about it. Good for quick trips and stowing in your trunk.

    The cons are that the cargo basket is TINY and impossible to get to. The recline is almost nothing. The sun visor isnt as quick to pull out and back, you have to bend the lever, which isnt hard but it doesnt just collapse esily. This isnt the stroller for long trips.

    Its perfect as a spare stroller, for the grandparents, and quick trips to the store....more info
  • Great little stroller
    Our main stroller is a Bob (for walking and running) but, I wanted a stroller to keep in the car. I got the Trevi first, but it was just a little too big and heavy. The C6 is a perfect size for my Rav4 and my husband's Prius. Light, functional, great color (lime), and our boy (6 months old) seems to like it. I am 5'3" so the handles are fine, but I could see how someone taller would have a problem with stooping and kicking the back wheels. Great stroller for the price!...more info
  • Good stroller but dirt on wheels is an issue
    I actually bought the aqua color last year, but they are all pretty much the same. It is a good, lightweight stroller for a walk in the park or mall or a shorter daytrip. The basket is not large, but sufficient for a purse and small diaper bag. I quickly found out if you place too many shopping bags on the handle and take your child out of the seat, the whole stroller tips backwards! (yep, in the manual!) The travel bag it comes with is good for car travel, but got pretty beat up on one airplane trip. It's not made with strong material and the seams are weak.

    My only complaint is the way the stroller folds - the wheels (always dirty) come into direct contact with the underside of the canopy when folded. Unless you remove the canopy each time before storing it in your trunk or SUV, it gets dirty and is difficult to clean. You also have to buy your own cupholders to attach, but all in all a good lightweight stroller. ...more info
  • Perfect city stroller for Toddlers
    I needed a stroller that was light weight to get in and out of cabs yet sturdy enough for the streets. This stroller is perfect for just that.
    Its perfect for a 2-3 year old...reclines just a bit while they nap....more info
  • Stylish, sturdy, good value
    My son is 9 months old and we've been using this stroller for 3 months. We've taken it on an airplane as well as using it around the house and neighborhood nearly every day. It is lightweight, folds down and opens up easily (the locking clip improved a lot after some use) and I love the storage bag. When we gate checked it on the plane, it came back in great shape because the bag took all the abuse.

    It steers really well. I can easily walk the dog or talk on the cell phone and push/steer it with only one hand. Also, the tires are a good size and can handle uneven pavement and choppy ground. The neighborhood I live in has some rugged terrain, and the wheels handle the challenge nicely.

    My son is very comfortable in it and often falls asleep in it. It doesn't recline as much as some Maclaren strollers, but that hasn't been a disadvantage to us.

    It does have a limited size basket underneath, but it doesn't tip over with a diaper bag or other bags hung on the handles, so that hasn't been a big inconvenience either.

    I prefer the grips on the handles to the other curved handles of other strollers I "test drove" at the store. They seem to keep my hands cooler and are more comfortable to hold, but that's just my preference. You may find you like something else better.

    My husband is 5'8" and I'm 5'4" and we don't have any problems with the height of the handles, though I do occasionally find myself kicking the wheels. However, I did notice that I have more trouble with that when I wear a certain pair of shoes.

    The foot release to collapse this stroller is tough to unlatch with my foot, and if I'm wearing sandals (and in our hot climate I wear sandals a lot) I can't unlock it with my foot. I have to bend down and pop it open with my hand -- a definite drawback. However, it opens super fast and easy.

    Lastly, I love the design of it. I am a design fanatic and it definitely looks stylish and I love the colors and fabrics it comes in. The unusual colors are a definite plus when you have to pick out your partner and stroller in a crowded airport. Its a standout!...more info
  • Great for travel and for quick uses
    We used this for almost 5 years, it still works and it's been around the world. It's sturdy, durable and it still is used by visiting family and friends. As I said, it's been around the world and it's taken quite a beating, but it works. It's been in rainy climates and does the job. Most of time, we were pretty good about being able to check it in a stroller bag, but sometimes we forgot one and just had to check it without any type of protective bag. It did suffer a little damage to one wheel, doesn't run as smoothly as it used to, but it gets the job done. I'd see people with their high end MacClarens and wonder why anyone would would spend so much money for a stroller that really doesn't have that much more to offer. On the flip side, we've been on trips with people who've forgotten their travel/umbrella stroller and decided to by a cheapy $10/20 and wished they had ours. Add it up, if your one of those people who travel a lot or don't want to lug around a huge contraption this is the stroller for you....more info
  • We love this stroller !!
    This is a GREAT stroller !!! Lightweight, easy-to-use, and you can't beat the color orange! I have had lots of strollers between 4 boys and nothing beats this Chicco. People keep stopping and asking me where I got it - Thank you Amazon - Love it love it love it !!!
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  • Works well as a travel or back-up stroller
    My wife has the large Bugaboo she uses all the time, but I needed a stroller for our one year old to keep in the trunk of my convertible (BMW M3). This fit the bill. It is light weight, fits easily in my tiny trunk and my daughter seems happy in it. Does it have all of the bells and whistles the Bugaboo does? Of course not. Does it give me a place to put her when we are out running errands on the weekend. Yes.

    I am fairly short (5'4") and have absolutely no problem with the height of the handles. My only complaint is that occassionally my feet will hit the rear wheels when walking.

    When folded, two wheels end up at the top and two at the bottom. This means that if the wheels are dirty, there is no "clean side." Also, the dirty wheels will tend to make the sun visor dirty since they are in contact when folded.

    The buckle seems to work well although there is a velcro cover that folds over the buckle assembly from the outside in. I'm not really sure what the purpose of it is, but I guess it keeps my daughter from opening the buckle herself - not that she has the hand strength necessary.

    Overall, for the reason I bought this, I am happy. I would not recommend this as the only stroller you own, but is perfect for a second car or for grandma's house....more info
  • Saved my back!
    Well, I had other umbrella strollers, but my daughter could last no longer than 10 minutes in them. I ended up using our travel system stroller, but my back would be hurting as I lugged it in and out of our trunk.
    Thank goodness for this stroller! She can last forever in this one. The slight recline is enough to keep her comfortable and the backing helps her from looking slumped over. It is light and collapses just as easily as other umbrella strollers. I also like the five-point safety harness and great sunshade. Oh, and unlike other critics, my feet hitting the wheels while walking has never been a problem.
    I give it four stars b/c the material is not washproof and the keylime color soils easily (if I had known this, I would have purchased a darker color). Also, I thought it would recline more (only goes down 10-15 degrees from upright). Having said that, my daughter still seems to last forever in this stroller though!
    All in all, a good purchase!...more info
  • Taller Stroller
    I was looking for another umbrella stroller that was a little taller as my husband is almost 6'3" and our other little economy model umbrella stroller was tough on the back. The handles on this stroller are certainly higher than most. It is relatively easy to use, and it camewith hits own carrrying bag. Also nice is the sunshade and the carrying strap....more info
  • Bought this stroller for our 3 yo
    Very sturdy and well-made, yet lightweight. Pushes more easily than typical umbrella stroller. My only complaint is that the handles could be a bit longer and/or adjustable. My husband is tall and the handles are a bit short for him....more info
  • Not a bad travel stroller
    As a very compact stroller, this one is pretty good. I looked at many umbrella strollers and most did not have 5 point harnesses or aren't comfy for someone over about 5'2". Now I'm a hair under 5'8", but I wouldn't recommend this for anyone taller. My husband at 6' had to hunch over to push it. Another issue is that the wheels are pretty close together and the handles don't tilt back far enough to provide a lot of separation between your feet and the wheels. You do have to walk heel-toe if you are going to walk behind the stroller and that not only takes a little getting used to, but can be tiring because you don't use your normal walking muscles.

    It has a very small basket underneath that can store some smile items, but because of the cross back support, you can't put a bag of any size under there, but it's good for small purchases. Also, while it does recline, it's not much, but more than you would see on other umbrella strollers.

    Another plus is that it is significantly wider than the Jeep umbrella stroller and the other low price ones. My 3 month old looked cramped in that one and I cannot imagine her being able to use it for long. This stroller should last us for travel purposes (especially on the subway) for a couple of years.

    I also like that the sunshade can be snapped to the back of the stroller or you can unsnap it and change the angle depending on where the sun is.

    I recommend you take a test push of this before purchasing. They have them instock in limited colors at Babies R Us, but that's good advice for any stroller purchase....more info
  • A bit short
    I love how light and simple this stroller is, but the handles are too short. I am 5' 7" and the handles are pretty short for me, but they are way short for my 6' 3" man. We both kick the back wheels of the stroller when we walk. I'm really disappointed because I wanted a simple, easy stroller, but I think we're going to have to replace this one. Also, from the picture, the lime green looked more green, but when it arrived it's basically flourescent yellow. Ick....more info
  • great!
    I love this stroller. The only bad thing is that has a little basket, not enough for a baby....more info
  • A Must Need !
    The quality and craftmanship of this stroller is by far the best ! I love this and i still use it and my son is 2 ! So lightweight and great for on the go ...more info
  • Very Uncomfortable for my 8 month old
    We purchased this stroller as an extra for around the house or quick trips out (in turquois) specifically for the shoulder harnesses because it's hard to find an umbrella stroller with this option. The stroller is well made and visually pleasing (thus the 2 star rating). unfortunately my average size 8 month old finds it extremely uncomfortable. The problem is that the seat part is too inclined and even with the back in the upright position it makes his feet point up too high. therefore he has the tendency to lean forward because of the unnatural angle and he cannot relax. He ends up slumped to one side with his head resting on the side bar. This one will only be used for around the yard for short periods. Prior to purchasing this stroller I bought the "Kolcraft Tour Sport? Umbrella Stroller With Adjustable Canopy ". It was nearly half the price of the Chicco. Although it did not come with shoulder harnesses, it's just as well made, the handlebars are foam padded and comes with a cup holder. The best part is that I use it daily inside the house and my son loves it. The seat is flatter and it reclines as well. He falls asleep minutes after strolling him around the house and even watches his "Baby Einstein" shows in it. It's the best money spent so far. I also recommend any of the Maclaren Strollers, pricy but worth the money. I use the XLR for shopping and outing trips and he has plenty of room and is comfortable.
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  • Great Stroller!
    We bought this stroller in addition to our big bulky one that came with the infant seat. This stroller is great for walks around the block and to the park. We still use the other stroller for the mall and flea markets since the Chicco does not have any storage (very little). I do not like the fact that there is no cup holder, and it's very hard to find one that actually fits! Neither my husband or I have trouble with walking (feet hitting the wheels), so the people the do have trouble with this must have big feet (LOL). The color (orange) is awesome. Overall we are pleased with this stroller, and I recommend it to others....more info
  • So Much Better Than The Jeep All Weather Stroller
    We bought this stroller for our 10 month old that was cramped looking in the narrow seat of the Jeep Wrangler All Weather stroller we bought four months ago at Toys R' Us. My husband is 6'6", and I'm 5'10" and he wouldn't even bother to push the old one because he had to bend over so much and even I was manuevering with just my wrists and fingertips because it was so close to the ground.

    We like the fun orange color, the five point harness is sturdy, the material is easy to wipe clean, it is easy to fold in a compact shape without having to wrestle with it to get it closed. It is easy to use with or without the sunshade. It folds just as easy with it attached, so we just keep it on there for baby's comfort since it is summer afterall.
    The stroller just weighs 11lbs and feels solid. The old one was heavier with smaller wheels (and a rougher ride), yet a bag on the handlebars would make it feel unstable and off balance.

    The mesh basket in the bottom is nice to have. You could put smaller purchases in it, while out shopping (a Target bag, a purse, or a few baby essentials and a bottle of water). It makes for one less thing to carry.
    Baby can recline slightly by way of heavy duty zippers on either side of the back of the seat. The ride is pretty smooth too and our little boy passed right out in it.

    I picked this stroller over others that I had seen because I needed a secondary one in the umbrella format just to keep in the back of the car for quick trips around town or when we travel with the little one. The big travel system just isn't feasable to haul around when running errands.
    I also like that it came with the sun shade (it snaps to the frame and also in the back for an enclosed environment easily) and with the carrying bag. So for going to grandma's or a football game, you could throw it in the bag like one of those pop-up camping chairs and sling it over your shoulders.

    We also own the Chicco Polly highchair in "Splash" that I highly reccomend. It is so durable and functional as well as stylish, and that was the tipping point for me that sold me on the Chicco brand....more info
  • What I expected
    The chicco stroller is exactly what I expected. I just wanted to share that the wheels when folded touch the canopy therefore making it dirty. This stroller is light so unless you always want to take the canpoy off buy a darker color. It is light weight and easy to use. One thing is that the bag it comes with fits very tight when loaded with stroller but it serves it's purpose....more info
  • Great for travel, not long walks
    This is an excellent stroller for traveling, carrying and pushing around airports, and fitting into small spaces. However, my husband and I both tend to kick the wheels. If the handles were more adjustable (a bit longer, too), this would not be a problem. Unfortunately, the handles are riveted in place, so it wouldn't be a quick fix to extend them....more info
  • Perfect for traveling and quick trips!
    We bought this stroller for a recent trip to Cancun and it was just perfect! We didn't want to bring anything expensive that could get damaged or lost but we wanted something nicer than just a cheap-o umbrella stroller. It is so easy to collapse and unfold, maneuvers great, is very lightweight, reclines slightly, is comfortable for baby, looks good and even comes with a little travel bag. My baby seems very comfortable in this stroller. He fell asleep in it a few time on our trip and has since on our evening walks and he has never fallen asleep in his big travel system stroller. I was able to recline the seat with him still in it without waking him up or bring it back up. It doesn't lay all the way down (probably reclines about 3 or 4 inches) but it is perfectly comfy for a little snooze. It is so easy to use that I have started using it around town for errands and quick trips.

    I was worried about some of the reviews of people staying their feet kicked the wheels or that it is too short. Honestly, I haven't had either of those problems. I am 5 ft 9 and my husband is 5 ft 10 and we are both comfortable pushing it. This isn't a stroller meant for a ten mile walk but it does it exactly what it is designed for.

    Other things I like are that I can hang a full sized diaper bag on the handles and it stays there and doesn't cause the stroller to tip or anything. The brakes work well and it has a small basket underneath. The basket is not huge but it isn't supposed to be. You can fit a small purse, a couple of water bottles and a jacket under there. The only con for me was that I pinched my fingers in the seat buckles a couple of times until I got used to it. However, the buckles are very secure and covered so that baby can't get at them. Overall, I would highly recommend this stroller. ...more info
  • Good for Big Kids Too
    We bought this stroller when our son was 4.5 years old. We thought we were done with strollers but then I realized that it would be much easier to have a stroller at Disney World with a 4.5 year old so I did some research and came up with this one. I was very happy with it. We only used it that one trip but if you've been to Disney World you know how much mileage you can get out of a stroller. Extremely easy to fold and the carrying strap was great for the bus. The sun shade allowed our son to nap in the stroller while we sat in the shade and enjoyed people watching. I took clothespins and pinned his blankie to the sun shade to create a little more darkness for him to sleep in. Make sure you check the weight limits before buying. I think ours had a 50 pound limit but since our son is light it didn't matter. Also, the basket underneath is quite roomy. ...more info
  • Doesn't look very comfortable
    I like nearly everything about this stroller - it looks good, it's light weight and fits in the back of my small suv easily, which is what I really wanted it for (I'm small and I hate lugging our Jeep off-roader stroller around in my car). However, there is a problem which I consider a fairly major flaw - the crotch strap is not adjustable and is fairly far forward in the seat (for obvious reasons since it is not adjustable...). This results in my son - who is 5 months old and average size - being very slouched down in the seat, with his lower back not firmly seated against the backrest but instead completely unsupported. I'm considering putting a folded blanket between him and the strap to hold him back on the seat further, but we've only used it a handful of times so far so I've not yet tried this. Will undoubtedly be better for when he is older/bigger, but right now I feel like it's much too uncomfortable for him for more than a quick run into the store....more info
  • Works well as a travel or back-up stroller
    My wife has the large Bugaboo she uses all the time, but I needed a stroller for our one year old to keep in the trunk of my convertible (BMW M3). This fit the bill. It is light weight, fits easily in my tiny trunk and my daughter seems happy in it. Does it have all of the bells and whistles the Bugaboo does? Of course not. Does it give me a place to put her when we are out running errands on the weekend. Yes.

    I am fairly short (5'4") and have absolutely no problem with the height of the handles. My only complaint is that occassionally my feet will hit the rear wheels when walking.

    When folded, two wheels end up at the top and two at the bottom. This means that if the wheels are dirty, there is no "clean side." Also, the dirty wheels will tend to make the sun visor dirty since they are in contact when folded.

    The buckle seems to work well although there is a velcro cover that folds over the buckle assembly from the outside in. I'm not really sure what the purpose of it is, but I guess it keeps my daughter from opening the buckle herself - not that she has the hand strength necessary.

    Overall, for the reason I bought this, I am happy. I would not recommend this as the only stroller you own, but is perfect for a second car or for grandma's house....more info
  • May be okay if you're short!
    I got this stroller in a local store mainly for shopping and doctors appointments. Ultimately, I've decided to sell it because I didn't want to own 3 strollers and this proved insufficient for vacations or longer errands.

    Pros:
    5pt harness.
    Small amount of recline - enough to sleep or provide a little support to a younger baby (I used this first around 4mo).
    It's reasonably small folded.
    The fabric is nice and it has a sturdy feel to it.
    At first, I was frustrated by the canopy, as it doesn't extend far. I finally realized that you can move it forward more if you unsnap it from the back of the seat. I couldn't do this on a similar Inglesina (more expensive) stroller I looked at, so it's worth noting as a positive.
    There's room for a small diaper bag in the basket.
    It doesn't tip if you hang something on the handles with the baby inside.

    Cons:
    I tried it out in the store, but I guess I never really walked at my full stride. Once I threw out the box, I realized that I can't walk behind this stroller for any length of time without kicking the wheels. I'm 5'6". My 6' husband has the same trouble and he generally walks slower than I. If I alter my stride to avoid the wheels, my back and shoulders wear out quickly.

    I also find it difficult to fold and lock. I end up laying it on the ground and using two hands. The locking clip is very tight, but without it, the stroller flops open easily. The locking clip has gotten a little better with multiple uses though.

    The recline is really slight. My son will sleep in this stroller if we put him in asleep, but won't fall asleep on his own in it. But he's a little finicky about sleeping, so I didn't take off a star for this.

    It's okay. If you take smaller steps when you walk, it would be a great lightweight stroller. If you tend to power walk everywhere, keep looking. If you're tall, keep looking. I replaced this stroller with a Baby Jogger City Mini Single. ...more info
  • Great Umbrella Travel Stroller
    I really love this umbrella stroller, I will recommend this product to my friends. I want to buy my sister one of this stroller when se gets pregnant ans shipped overseas. I had a great time walking all over my neighborhood in the Dominican Republic during my vacation. Thumbs Up to Chicco!!!!...more info
  • Good for the money
    Can't beat the price of the C6. I got this to leave at the grandparents' houses. It's not perfect (kind of hard to maneuver, impossible to fit into carry bag) but it serves it purpose. I like that you can tilt the canopy to block the sun from all angles. Mesh basket below is tiny. Folds up really small - no complaints there. In all, you can't really beat this value, but I wouldn't want this as my every-day stroller....more info
  • Great all around stroller...reasonable price
    I bought this stroller (in the 70's print at Babies R Us for $60) for my 11 1/2 month old and used it this past weekend on gravel, concrete, slippery store surfaces, bumpy sidewalks, etc. and didn't have any trouble. I had tried it out in the store prior and really liked it. It is lightweight, truly has a one-hand fold, storage compartment is small but better than the cheaper models, the 5-point harness is easy to buckle and unbuckle (and has a strap to conceal the buckle from my curious little one) and the shoulder straps stay attached to the waist strap. It takes up practically no space in the trunk and the canopy is easy to engage/disengage. One drawback is that you have to remove the canopy in order for it to fit in the carrying case (that is included) and as others have mentioned, isn't great for taller individuals. Although my husband (who is 5'11") said that it isn't that bad. I have had multiple compliments on it so far. ...more info
  • Best Umberella Stroller on the market for infant, toddlers, and kids.
    I have had this stroller for over 2 years now and I love it. It held my son from the time he was 6 weeks old (that is when we purchased it). My nephew who is 6 can still easily ride in this stoller, so it will last you a long time. It's one of the only umbrella strollers on the market that has 2 storage compartments, a canopy, and it RECLINES. It also has a leg extender on it so when they are little their legs don't dangle off the end, and then it folds down for when their older. It does not have a cup holder, but it has a storage pocket on the back that you can put a drink in and it holds it great, or if you have a diaper bag or blanket in the bottom you can easily support a drink in the bottom. I have taken this stroller everywhere, up in the mountains hiking, through grass, even in snow (I walk over 5 miles daily with it). It also fits easily into any trunk and takes up little space. Look no further this is the best stroller out there....more info