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Chicco Cortina Together Double Stroller, Fuego

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  • Accepts two 1-rated keyfit or keyfit 30 infant car seats, fully-reclining rear seat for bassinet enclosure or car seat attachment
  • Exclusive forward-fold front seat for car seat attachment, convenient one-hand activated fold and automatic storage latch
  • Interchangeable child's armbar and cupholders
  • Independently adjustable and removable canopies
  • Zippered basket is accessible even when seat is fully reclined
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Technical Details
Item Weight34 pounds
Product Dimensions47.2 x 23.5 x 45.5 inches
UPC049796603644
Item model number05079043970070
Minimum weight recommendation5 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation40 Pounds
Additional product featuresCargo Basket, Canopy, Height Adjustable Handlebar
OrientationForward facing, Rear facing
Seating capacity2
Tire materialOther
SuspensionAll Wheel
Wheel typeSwivel
Number of reclining positions4
  
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ASINB003ANXD9Y
Best Sellers Rank #45,590 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight44.4 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  
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From the Manufacturer

The Chicco Cortina together two-passenger stroller is the first double stroller to accept 2 of the 1-rated Keyfit or Keyfit 30 infant car seats. With the same easy click-in Keyfit attachment as the cortina , the together accommodates a car seat in both the front and rear seats so families can travel together easily with 2 infants, 1 toddler and 1 infant, or 2 small toddlers. Exclusive forward-fold front seat accepts the Keyfit or Keyfit 30 using exclusive fold and click car seat attachment without the need for add-on bars or straps - no more missing pieces. The rear seat has a full recline for bassinet enclosure or to accept an additional car seat. A sleek and modern anodized aluminum frame stroller with a unique tubing profile, the Cortina Together is 15% lighter than most comparably featured double strollers. Other great features include: zipper-accessible basket, one-hand activated fold, all-wheel suspension, one-touch linked rear brakes, 5-point harness in each seat, free-standing flat fold, height-adjustable handle, adjustable and removable canopies, interchangeable armbar and cupholders for the child, and parent tray with cupholders and storage compartment.

Product Description

Chicco Cortina Together Double Stroller

Chicco Cortina Together Double Stroller is specially designed for two children to have a fun ride together. It is a full-featured, lightweight twin stroller with compact 3-D fold and has independent adjustable, removable and water-resistant canopies. This makes for a great travel time with 2 infants, 1 toddler and 1 infant, or 2 small toddlers.



Age: Newborn to 3 years

Features
  • Easy to carry
  • Fully reclining seat
  • Strong and durable
Weight Limit: Up to 40 lbs.

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79 of 80 people found the following review helpful By Megan Drew on April 16, 2010
Picked mine up today!
Overall I really like it - the only thing dissapointing so far is the sun shades are rather small and flimsy - but you can change their positions which is helpful.
The seats are adequately padded.
It stands alone when folded which is nice -but figuring out what to do with the front sun shade when folded is kind of difficult. Of course it is heavy when folded and lifting it up - but what double stroller isn't? It claims to be 15% lighter than its competitors - but I haven't lifted many double strollers.
I like how you can put the car seat in the front or back seat and it just clicks in place - no need for straps or any other additional attachments to keep it on.
I also really like how the front seat has a bar or two cup holders in the front (both are included)- for our almost 2 year old, the cup holders are perfect and she can climb in and out of the front seat on her own.
The back seat has a full recline which is great - but the front seat only has a minimal recline and does not recline at all with the car seat is in the back seat.
The under seat basket is huge and I LOVE the zipper compartment to get into it if the rear seat is in full recline - we have the single Cortina and that was always an issue for us if the baby was sleeping to get in to the storage compartment, glad they thought about this and fixed it!
Multi-position handle is great - esp. when spouses are very different in height as my husband and I are.
Steers very nice around the house but haven't taken it out yet for some real mileage. It has very nice, large wheels which seem to make for a nice ride.

UPDATE:
#2 just arrived last weekend and took this thing out for its first test drive today and it was a DREAM!
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56 of 56 people found the following review helpful By busy mama on April 27, 2010
This is the best double stroller out there to date. I LOVE this stroller! I've tried so many doubles that I've lost track, and I've hated them all. They're too long, too wide, too hard to steer, etc. Not this one!

The Chicco Together looks stylish and cool. I have the cubes pattern, and I really like it. The stroller frame seems to be sturdy and stable, and there aren't a lot of pieces on the stroller that will break. The stroller is tall, which makes it easy to get into the basket underneath. The adjustable handle is great. I put it on the middle setting and my husband puts it on the tallest setting and we're both comfortable pushing the stroller (I'm 5'5", he's 6'3"). We can both push the stroller without kicking the wheels. The wheels on the stroller have a little bit of cush to them - they're not completely hard, which makes for a nice ride for the kids. It is very easy to push, and the steering is phenomenal. The seats are on the smaller side, 14" wide, which I prefer. My 45 lb 4 year old would fit in them, but they're not huge. The weight recommendation is 40 lbs per seat, and a 40 lb child would easily fit in the seats. I like a smaller seating area for the kids. In some of the other strollers, my kids seemed to slop around in the huge seats. They are 6 months (23 lbs) and 2 1/2 years (28 lbs) and they are very comfortable in the seats. I like the five point harnesses, and the buckles seem to be good and sturdy. The front seat has the option of two cupholders or a bar. I opted to put the bar on, and was pleased to see that the bar is covered in fabric, rather than foamy material. The baby can chew on the bar (and she does!) without me being afraid she's going to bite a piece of foam off.
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54 of 57 people found the following review helpful By B. Nelson on June 8, 2011
First of all, I have a 2000 Honda Accord, and the stroller fits into my trunk fine. In fact, I think it barely takes up any more room than the Cortina single stroller that I had. Anyway, if you're worried, test the stroller at Babies 'R' Us, then buy it for cheaper on Amazon. I have no problem fitting the stroller in my trunk, along with $100-150 worth of grocery bags.

I will also attest to the durability of the stroller itself. While I haven't had it very long, it's already taken a lot of abuse and still looks brand new. It maneuvers well (for a double), and seems to handle additional weight (i.e. diaper bags, shopping bags, etc) very well. It was also very easy to assemble (it came 95% assembled).

Cons...

I have a VERY energetic 2.5 year old boy, and consequently, he has to ride in the back of the stroller in order to be contained. Let me elaborate. The front seat of the stroller has a detachable bar in place of a tray as the only thing (other than the harness seat belt, which is a pain) keeping the child in the seat. And, I found that in order to properly get the stroller folded up and into the trunk of my car, I have to remove this bar every time. I don't have time for that, so the bar is in a storage closet. My 2.5 year old son is also tall for his age, so the few times he was allowed to sit in the front seat, his legs stuck out and bumped into stuff as we were moving. The cupholder(s) also had to be removed for me to properly fold up the stroller, so I never used that/those either.

The lack of a tray for either passenger is a bigger deal than I thought it would be, due to lack of space. When my older son is sitting in the back of the stroller, there is NO ADDITIONAL SPACE between him and my younger son (3 months old) in the baby carrier.
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