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Babies are ready to join your active lifestyle from day one with versatile Chicco travel systems. Stroller and car seat are seamlessly integrated, exceedingly convenient, and easily allow you to move your sleeping baby from stroller to car to home, undisturbed.
Built to tackle the rugged terrain of hiking trails or European cobblestones with ease, our strollers gracefully navigate the urban landscape and country roads with equal aplomb. It’s easy to pack for all sorts of adventures with cup holders and storage baskets ready to stow snacks and supplies.
All-weather features keep you prepared and baby protected for whatever Mother Nature dishes out. With all-wheel suspension for a super smooth ride and one-hand steering maneuverability, it's hard for fussy babies to stay awake.
Stay safer longer with the KeyFit 30, accommodating infants from 4 to 30 pounds. One-pull harness tightening and loosening in the car seat allow for quick fitting, and the thickly-padded infant insert gives extra support for a smaller baby around the head, neck, back and bottom. The shell is lined with energy absorbing foam, and the vehicle base features an innovative LATCH management system, easy belt routing, a one-pull, centrally located tightening strap and a spring-loaded leveling foot to make installation easy. The base also features a built-in belt locking system for vehicles without LATCH and an enclosed underside to protect vehicle seats from damage. Conforms to Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 213. (Usage: from 4-30 pounds, newborn insert from 4-11 pounds)
The aluminum frame Cortina stroller comes loaded with features to make strolling comfortable for baby and convenient for you. The multi-position, fully-reclining seat, adjustable leg support and all-wheel suspension help to create just the right ride for baby. The large storage basket is accessible when the backrest is fully reclined, and a height-adjustable handle easily accommodates both Mom and Dad. The seat also features Memory Recline - it remembers the position you last left it in before folding. Other features include an adjustable, removable and water-repellant canopy, linked rear brakes, and a 5-pt harness. (Usage: from birth to 50 pounds)
The KeyFit 30 measures 22 x 17 x 24 inches and weighs seven pounds. The KeyFit Base measures 15 x 7 x 20 inches and weighs nine pounds. The Cortina Stroller's open dimensions are 34.25 x 20.75 x 44 inches, and the folded dimensions are 42 x 21 x 20 inches. The front wheel diameter is 6.75 inches and the rear wheel diameter is 7.50 inches. The stroller weighs 22 pounds.
Great set. Great turning and shocks on the stroller make for a smooth ride. Both pieces safe and secure. Child seat locks well into car. Worth it. Feel free to ask questions. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Chris Semmens
I had this stroller when my baby was a newborn with the car seat. As a travel system used with the car seat I give it 4 stars. Read morePublished 7 days ago by M. Goire
This carseat/stroller combo is AWESOME! My little one loves riding in the car and the stroller. The car seat clicks easily into the base or the stroller making it easy to go from... Read morePublished 18 days ago by StunkyChip
We bought our travel system early as we didn't have a solid due date for our son. We bought it in February 2014 and he was born in April 2014. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Nathan & Stephanie Arnold
Car seat is so easy to use. Product is made very well. Only complaint is stroller wheels could be of better quality. Stroller overall is pretty large.Published 1 month ago by Cindy Zhu
We registered for this for our first baby because of it's high rating by Consumer Reports. The travel system works great for newborns, both the car seat and the stroller. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Puchala Family
I love the car seat and the stroller. It makes it very easy to transfer the baby from the car to the stroller. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Manas Pradhan