I will be reviewing the Chicco Cortina Stroller. It solves all needs of both the parent and child while earning one of the highest safety ratings in its class. It seamlessly integrates into the KeyFit 30 car seat for infants. In a market flooded with travel system strollers this product stands out for its significantly high safety rating and ease of use for on-the-go parents.
Of course the stroller is packed with the basic features for similar products in its price range like snack trays, cup holders, canopies that are easily removed and contain windows for baby monitoring. The Chicco Cortina Stroller stands above the rest because it is much lighter than its competitors and folds down extremely easy for stowing.
The Cortina Stroller’s seat reclines all the way flat while allowing for easy latching of the baby seat into the stroller making convenience a selling point. A neat feature of the stroller is it’s recline memory function for quick positioning changes.
A smooth ride for the babies in our lives is very important to Chicco, thus, they equipped it will all wheel suspension, minimizing bumps that thrash your child around in other strollers. Swivel designs have been implemented into the front wheels to help maneuverability and can be easily locked into position for the smoothest ride.
The Cortina Stroller is very popular in most of its reviews, even being championed as the best currently on the market due to its unique features and excellent safety rating. However, a common complaint is that the position of the reclining latch could have been placed in a more convenient area. When looking at the product as a whole a parent should be able to see the real value in this product.
Convenience, cost and quality are what make the Chicco Cortina Stroller a must have for any parent! The stroller’s lightweight designs make the stroller a perfect item for the mall, grocery store, long walk or almost any other activity you could think of. It folds down for easy transportation while still service all of the convenient functions of other more expensive travel systems.