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Reddit reviews on Chicco Urban 6-in-1 Modular Stroller, Minerale

Sentiment score: 2
Reddit mentions: 2

We found 2 Reddit mentions of Chicco Urban 6-in-1 Modular Stroller, Minerale. Here are the top ones.

Transforms from car seat carrier to infant carriage to toddler StrollerBaby can face forward or towards mom/dad in all 3 configurations, creating 6 unique strolling modesIncludes free adapter to accept all key Fit and Fit2 infant car seats (car seat sold separately)Expandable canopy, soft fabric insert and removable all-season bootPadded push-handle with 3-position sliding height adjustment; parent cup holderFabric Care Instructions: Hand washable fabric

Found 2 comments on Chicco Urban 6-in-1 Modular Stroller, Minerale:

u/aka_____ · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

I really recommend something modular. They're just much more versatile with a lie flat option, and you *could* snap the the car seat in if you wanted to (like if she was sleeping and you didn't want to wake her). But the lie flat means you could use it now.

We had this one by phil&teds and loved it. I liked that the seat itself converted so I didn't have to store an extra piece when not in use. I also liked that it can go parent facing. They make a Chicco adapter.

I did see though that Chicco made their own stroller in this style. As another option.

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u/kezrin · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

The Evenflo Pivot Modular Travel System is a great budget friendly, but still has all the extra features of a higher end system.

I have the Chicco Urban 6-in-1 Modular Stroller and Chicco Fit2 Infant & Toddler Car Seat it doesn’t come as a set, but the two are compatible to form a travel system type set up with just what comes out the box (no additional attachments to buy). It’s a bit more expensive than the evenflo, but I liked the way it maneuvered and such better than the evenflo when I was testing them out in the store. Plus the KeyFit2 is one of the best car seats on the market (and can be used with premies).

My biggest recommendation is go to the store and physically touch, maneuver, fold, unfold, and attach and detach the car seat for whatever system you are considering. A lot can be learned from reading online reviews and asking for anecdotal reviews, but nothing beats having your hands on a demo model and trying it for yourself.