Graco Quattro Tour Duo Stroller, Zurich (Discontinued by Manufacturer) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Accepts all Graco SnugRide, SnugRide 32 and Infant Safe Seat Car Seats
- Compact One-hand fold- 20% smaller when closed as compared to Graco Duo Glider Stroller
- Parent storage tray with two cup holders keeps keys and drinks handy
- Easy access drop-down basket lets you reach in without disturbing reclined child
- Elevated rear seat so everyone gets a good view up to 50 pounds
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Top Customer Reviews
*You can use it with two infant car seats, one infant car seat and one toddler, or two toddlers. I'll use it for several years.
*When the baby is sleeping in her Graco car seat, I can just hook the car seat right in without waking her. When she is awake, I can sit her in it and she can look around.
*6 cupholders! Big storage space on bottom!
*One hand needed to fold it down, one quick step.
*If you put it in your trunk upside down (wheels facing up), it takes not much room. I have a 10 year old Toyota Corolla, and putting this stroller in upside down, I can also fit a week's worth of groceries for my entire family in the trunk as well as an ice scraper, spare umbrella, etc.
*Can walk through narrow doors and aisles, it isn't wide.
*The sun visors pop out if you want.
*Both kids can recline or sit upright, in any combination, at the same time.
Again, I'm really grateful to have this. Worth every penny. Does it weigh 2 pounds? Of course not, because it's sturdy. Can you steer it with one pinky? No, you're pushing 2 people around! It's totally reasonable in terms of it's weight and how it maneuvers, anyone who thinks it isn't has really unreasonable expectations!
The sunshades are adequate, and the rear shade is especially big. I really like having the cupholders for both kids. The parent cup holders are generously-sized. The basket holds just about anything I need to shove in it and I love that it folds down for better access. The little pouch feature on the handle is great. I can throw my keys and cell phone in it and not have to listen to either rattle around in the cupholders while walking - simple pleasures. It's easy enough to maneuver for a double stroller. Even though it doesn't have the dedicated one-handed steering handle, I can steer it reasonably well one-handed by centering my grip over the folding handle. I didn't use this stroller very extensively until a few months ago when I started walking my older kids home from school. Since then, I've walked roughly two miles each day with 45-50lbs of kid. Yeah, it's heavy but it's not unmanageable. I still enjoy my walk and never really struggle with it. It takes some muscle to get through gravel areas, but what standard-wheel stroller doesn't?Read more ›
*It has TONS of storage space.
*I actually like that it doesn't have a tray in front of my toddler...she actually likes have the two cup/snack holders instead.
*So easy to maneuver..almost as easy as my single stroller
*Plenty of room in both seats even for two toddlers or Toddler and infant!
*It is a little larger (folded) than was being described in the other reviews....but this is expected for a double stroller
*Very heavy...again expected for a double stroller
Would buy this stroller again! I feel like it is very well constructed and thought out.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really needed a stroller that I could fit two babies on it. Although I still own it, I tried to avoid using it unless I really have a need for it which sometimes I do. Read morePublished on January 8, 2013 by happy-go-lucky
I currently have my Graco on craigslist for sale. The stroller is absolutely adorable but entirely to heavy. I have a 2 year old and a 5 month old. Read morePublished on February 18, 2012 by Mommyoftwo
I was a bit skeptical about buying this stroller but after hours of reading reviews and looking at other double strollers in stores we decided to order this one. Read morePublished on February 8, 2012 by Meg
I bought this stroller after careful consideration and reading many reviews. Many websites say that it is compatible with all Graco Snugride carseats, implying that it can be used... Read morePublished on January 4, 2012 by Amazon Customer
stroller is easy to open and close, but the cup holders are awful, the 2 by the handrails broke completely off, and the boys cups keep popping outPublished on December 22, 2011 by beccaboo
I believe you get what you pay for, with this stroller. It is very durable and is high quality, (doesn't show a lot of wear and tear, even after a lot of use) and is much nicer... Read morePublished on November 4, 2011 by SuperMegs
I have been using this stroller for the past 5 months with my 2 year old and newborn. I especially like that I can use it many different ways. Read morePublished on September 29, 2011 by Sara Rusek
The Graco Quattro Tour Duo - Zurich has been so convenient for my family. We upgraded from the Graco Duo Glide when I got pregnant with my 3rd baby. Read morePublished on September 27, 2011 by ohitsashoe
We compared this to the Kolcraft contour. We kept the contour. The Graco was a study well built stroller, that was easy to collapse with one hand and stayed latched when closed. Read morePublished on September 12, 2011 by mkmom