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I'Coo Targo Stroller & Pram - Houndstooth


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  • Light weight aluminum frame
  • Infant pram attachments
  • Extra padded seat with 5 point harness and built in bunting bag
  • Removable, retractable canopy
  • 2 EVA rear wheels with auto-refill air chambers and cased bearing assemblies
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Technical Details
Item Weight44.3 pounds
Product Dimensions17.5 x 19.5 x 35 inches
UPC621328328081
  
Additional Information
ASINB0013I5CJW
Best Sellers Rank #165,954 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight44.3 pounds
  
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The I'coo Targo Stroller and Pram is award-winning, German-engineering that sets a new standard in functionality and design. The I'coo Targo is effortless to push because of lightweight EVA-composite wheels and cased, ball-bearing assemblies that reduce friction and optimize lubrication. The Targo's durable, automatic air-filled chambers mean the wheels will never deflate.

The I'coo Targo seat is engineered to provide a safe, ergonomically comfortable stroller. A push of a button lets you adjust and lock the recline system to multiple settings - with a smooth motion that won't wake the lightest sleeper. The I'coo Targo stroller lets your baby move up in the world. Simply lift the elevation triggers and the seat can be raised so your baby can sit at table level.

The I'coo Targo comes standard with the following:
  • Light weight aluminum frame
  • Infant pram attachments
  • Extra padded seat ergonomically designed for maximum comfort
  • 5-point harness
  • Built-in bunting bag
  • Removable, retractable canopy
  • 2 EVA rear wheels with auto-refill air chambers and cased bearing assemblies
  • 2 Front ultra smooth swivel front wheels with cased bearing assemblies
  • Removable bumper bar
  • UV protection all weather cover
  • Universal infant car seat adaptor
  • Adjustable footrest and recline positions
  • Elevation feature ? stroller raises to table height
  • Universal car seat adaptor
  • Built-in bunting bag

Technical data:
  • Handle height 23.5" - 40"
  • Length of seat 10"
  • Lying area 31.5"
  • Width of seat 12.6"
  • Width of stroller 23.5"
  • Max. angle of inclination of backrest 113-168 degrees
  • Wheel diameter 7" and 11"
  • Weight of stroller 22 lbs.
  • When folded 44" x 18.5" x 23"

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I have Graco Snugride 32 and it does not fit.
Jason Benedict
When you try to do the side buckles, the middle will come off and vice versa.
Sofia's Mommy
I love style and ease of motion of this stroller.
First Time Parent

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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Sofia's Mommy on August 17, 2009
We purchased this stroller mainly because we wanted to be able to see our 6 month old daughter and were not willing to spend $1000 on a bugaboo. Here is what we discovered.

PROS:
1. very sturdy
2. easy to handle
3. comfortable inside due to padding

CONS:
1. bulky and heavy (and I have an SUV and it takes up almost the whole trunk). If you travel, there is zero room for your luggage.
2. not easy to fold and unfold, the latch gest stuck, too many steps to fold and unfold as you have to turn the handle inside, make sure the footrest is straight otherwise it stick out and you can see it in the rear vew mirror
3. wobbly when facing towards you
4. handle bar does not stay put and creates a potential hazard for the baby
5. buckle- if you are considering this stroller- hear me out on this one. it takes two people and a LOT of patience to buckle your baby in this stroller. THis is a 3 part process, during which you or the baby will be screaming from frustration (sometimes both at the same time). When you try to do the side buckles, the middle will come off and vice versa.
6. CANOPY is way too small. If you live in a sunny state (like CA), this is a no-go. As you recline the seat to put the baby to sleep, the canopy reclines with it leaving you baby fully exposed to the sun. THere is no blanket large enough to cover it, and frankly you shouldn't have to need one after spending $600 on a stroller!
7. no accessories- no cupholder or anything!

Overall, we are VERY disappointed with this stroller. I have spend unspeakable amount of time researching the strollers, and am now considering Maclaren Grand Tour- excellent reviews, easy fold, light and reversible. And it has a HUGE canopy. Yes, it is $1000, but I am tired of fighting with Icoo for two months!
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By New Papa on February 21, 2009
Quality!! We bought the I'coo Targo (Mocha)for our daughter. She is due in April and I just couldn't wait to get everything ready. The stroller was easy to set up and is effortless to move around. I love the features of the Targo. My wife is petite and loves the height adjustment of the seat and pram, as well as the handle adjustment. I love the ease at wich you can change the seat with the infant carrier attachment. It does take a bit of time to convert from the pram to the seat, but I can't imagine changing that too often. The stroller is QUIET!

We bought the Chicco Key Fit 30 infant carrier and it fit the attachment just fine. We also bought the Prince Lionheart Click N Go Stroller Accessory System and it fit like a charm as well. We cant find anything about this stoller that we dont like...except the lack of accessories for it.

We reasearched the Targo (as well as 20 other high end models)and do not regret buying it above all the other models. We completely reccomend this to anyone that wants a solid, well made, functional stroller that is well worth the money.

8 MONTH UPDATE:

OK...so we have used this stroller for 8 months now and have really had the chance to use it.

Yes...it still is a great stoller. HOWEVER!! It is not easy for my wife to collapse and expand. It does take up a lot of trunk room. One of the wheels squeaks and we cant figure out how to fix it. The canopy should be expand more to cover from the sun. There is no practical reason why it should not. The Bassinett option is nice if you child likes it. If not, then it is useless. So, its a gamble. Our baby hated it and would not tolerate it for longer than 5 minutes. Other babies seem to love it.

No accessories for a $500+ stroller sucks.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jason Benedict on March 9, 2010
CONS
Canopy is WAY too short, especially when you recline...sun shines directly in baby's eyes
Canopy is solid...you cannot see the baby, needs a window
Universal adapter....not quite. I have Graco Snugride 32 and it does not fit. The adapter is unusable.
Rather large when folded up
No cup holders
No manufacturer accessories
Cargo basket is very shallow....I do not feel that my items placed there are secure in any way.
Difficult to convert from pram to targo...should be able to exchange one for the other without having to disassemble and then re-assemble using the same parts
When in pram set up, cannot adjust to a sitting position
When in targo set up and trying to recline, child's feet are higher than their head

PROS
SMOOTH ride
Fabrics are well made and clean easily
Adjustable handles
Adjustable height
Boot & rain hood
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By PHM517 on September 10, 2010
I really wanted to like this stroller and when we were using it with the bassinet I did. I actually used it as a bassinet in our bed room when the baby was little and it was great with our open floor plan. I could move the baby with ease when needed and the bed is actually really nice for sleeping (I wrapped it with a waterproof blanket and bassinet sheet to protect it). The problems started when my baby got heavier. I also started to notice other issues with it.

-The hinge by the wheel (you can see it in the pictures it's black) won't fully lock now for some reason making it very difficult to steer, which is the main reason I bought it.

- All the parts move and don't lock which can make it frustrating to put it the car. i.e.- if you pick it by the foot rest it will bend up and be stuck there until you use both hands to push the buttons on each side to fold it back down. Hard to do when it is halfway in your trunk and you accidentally pulled on it.

- The canopy is much to short and the sun was constantly in the baby's eyes

- The little handle bar is very difficult to get on and off so we couldn't even use it until the baby was about a year

- Pretty much everything is a two handed procedure

- The back wheels are much bigger than the front which takes some adjusting to, for a while I was always hitting stuff in stores

- You have to remove the whole seat to change the way the baby is facing, which turned out to be more inconvenient than I thought it would be

- Overall I found it pretty rickety and flimsy

I will say I found it pretty easy to fold/ unfold when it was working right. But one of the bolts fell out and even though we found it, it has be difficult ever since then.
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