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Baby Trend Single Snap N' Go Stroller

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  • Turns infant car seat into stroller
  • Carries all baby trend and most major brands of infant car seats
  • Folds compact for storage and travel
  • Extra large storage basket
  • Rear wheels with brakes
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Baby Trend Single Snap N' Go Stroller + Chicco KeyFit 30 Infant Car Seat, Midori + Chicco KeyFit & KeyFit30 Infant Car Seat Base - Anthracite
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Technical Details
Item Weight12 pounds
Product Dimensions40 x 40 x 40 inches
UPC065369500004
Item model number1305
Minimum weight recommendation5 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation22 Pounds
  
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ASINB000BMKEVC
Best Sellers Rank #28,440 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight14.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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The Baby Trend Snap and Go Stroller allow parents to place infant car seat on carriage frame without removing child. It's a convenient alternative to a conventional carriage or stroller because it fits most major brand car seats. This folds compactly for storage or travel with one hand fold and features an extra large storage basket.

Product Description

Baby Trend Single Snap-N-Go No need to disturb your baby during the transition from car to stroller. Just snap your baby's car seat into this high-riding stroller frame with parent tray and super-sized storage basket -- and off you go. Designed to accommodate most infant car seats, this lightweight superstar has an easy, one-handed fold that makes it simple to stow, even with a child in your arms. It has a front suspension, dual locking front-swivel wheels, and rear brakes to make stop-and-go.


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Customer Reviews

The Baby Trend Snap N Go works great with our Chicco Key Fit 30 car seat.
Amazon Customer
I'm looking for my "next snap-n-go"--the stroller that I will keep in the car and use for errands, plane trips, and the mall.
ehf
This stroller frame is light weight, compact and very easy to open up and use.
MkW

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

80 of 82 people found the following review helpful By ehf on February 15, 2010
I bought the Snap n Go when we took our 2 month old to Miami. We wanted a cheap stroller to travel with, so we wouldn't mind if it got broken. We gate-checked it and had no problems. (Granted, we were lucky--we might have wanted a canvas bag to stick it in.)

6 months later, it's been one of my favorite purchases.

I use it every day for quick errands in town, trips to the mall, dinner in some restaurants, even in the grocery store--it's easier to push her in it than to lug her into the store and put her in a cart. I just carry my reusable bag and fill that with groceries.

Especially at first, when she almost always fell asleep in the car, it was GREAT not having to wake her up--I'd just move her carseat into the Snap n Go, and she never noticed.

I have not had any problems with durability, although it's clearly not meant for rough terrain! I'm on sidewalks, in the mall, in airports (three plane trips later...), etc. It can "stick" going over bumps or rough patches (some iced-over snow on a sidewalk, for instance)--but I'm not on those surfaces very often, and the convenience of the snap n go far outweighs the few moments when I have to shove it over a small obstruction.

I also, now that my monstrously tall daughter is about to outgrow her infant seat, am very glad that I did not purchase one of the "travel systems." I'm looking for my "next snap-n-go"--the stroller that I will keep in the car and use for errands, plane trips, and the mall. I'm glad I'm not stuck with one of the strollers that comes with an infant seat--they seem to be either very bulky with the infant seat attached, or cheapish and plastic-y, or with other features that I've now realized I don't want, or without features that I've now realized I DO want.
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62 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Jessica Broddrick on August 14, 2009
I have been using this for my daughter with her Chicco Keyfit 30 infant car seat since she was a newborn. She is now almost 5 months old and 18 lbs, and we use it every time we go out of the house.

PROS:
Lightweight
Easy to open/close
Fits into a small trunk or back seat easily
Goes down narrow store aisles
Two cup holders are a nice bonus
Handle is high, which is nice for tall people like myself.

CONS:
Can only be used with an infant seat, so once infant is over 30lbs, it's not useable.
Under-stroller basket is pretty small, and VERY awkward to get stuff out of without lifting the car seat up.
Straps to help secure the infant seat get easily caught under the wheels or in the hinges between uses.
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41 of 49 people found the following review helpful By A Squared on November 30, 2006
We use this car seat carrier with our Graco Snugride infant carrier. When I see my cousin lugging her huge "SUV" stroller into her actual SUV, I know we made the right choice! The Snap-n-Go if very lightweight, folds up easily, and has held up nicely to a fair amount of abuse. And because it's so small, going out in crowded places isn't as daunting as it might be with a larger stroller.

I have noticed that the ride isn't as smooth as it was five months ago when the baby was born, but it's still OK. There is a good amount of space in the basket but I sometimes have trouble squeezing the diaper bag through the opening in front (and there isn't an opening in the back, which seems like the more logical place for it.)

Overall, though, it serves its purpose well.
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39 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Zwarych 3 on April 14, 2008
Got one as a gift and now have to return it. It is not as "universal" as it states. The only way you can keep a Peg Perego Primo Viaggio car seat from completely falling off is to use a strap that it somes with. The car seat does not lock onto anything, but merely rests on the bar. The problem with having to strap the car seat down is that the strap goes OVER the baby's chubby legs and/or belly. It doesn't leave much room for an infant once you secure the car seat to the stroller.
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36 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Portia S on December 29, 2007
Pros: Lightweight, convenient, affordable, take it anywhere stroller. I found this most useful when we recently flew back home and didn't have to worry about having our son's nice(r) stroller getting smashed and mangled along with other luggages that are checked in.

Cons: Flimsy structure, makes me a bit nervous putting my baby in his carrier on it. The button that you press to fold it is of poor quality. Many times, I have to press on it really hard to get it to sink in and snap. All of the cups I've used and put on the holders spilled liquid at the slightest vibration. The material they use as bottom compartment easily tears.

This product is good if: a)You want the convenience especially for traveling b) You want to wait on getting a full size stroller until your baby is a bit bigger. Just don't expect a whole lot from it, other than it being easy to use and cheap.
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By anthonyb on January 4, 2011
We really liked the chicco keyfit 30 carseat and were debating between the chicco travel system and this snap n go to use with the carseat. We decided on the snap n go because it is light weight, easy to fold and put in trunk (with one hand), and an added bonus was it was inexpensive. Many people said the travel systems were very bulky and cumbersome. We have been extremely happy with it. The only reason it does not get 5 stars is because it can be very difficult to remove items (i.e. diaper bags) from the bottom carrying basket... it is usually necessary to remove the carseat from the carrier to easily access the storage basket. If the snap n go had a hinged basket door at the back that you could drop down to access the basket it would really help.

Also noteworthy is the keyfit30 does not snap into this snap n go frame. Many retailers say this is very dangerous, and that the keyfit30 and the snap n go are not compatible for this reason. However after researching many people use the keyfit30 with the snap n go frame with no problems, and likewise we have had no problems as well. Although it does not snap, it is a very snug and secure fit. The strap/buckle system adds extra security to ensure the keyfit30 stays in the snap n go frame.

I highly recommend the snap n go carrier frame.
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