Contours baby products are centered on innovative designs to fit your family’s ever-changing needs. Our strollers and bassinets strive to make a positive difference in your everyday life, help you embrace the everyday moments with your little one, and allow you to give your baby everything.
reversible seat so baby can face out or face parent
front wheel is a 8" round single swivel
rear tires are 12"
seat reclines from 90 degrees to 45 degrees to full recline
easy height adjusting means it grows with child
2 cup holders for parents
1 detachable cup holder for child
basket underneath for storage
canopy also has a peek a boo window to see child
one year manufacturer warranty
weight is 27 lbs
recommended for kids 50 lbs and under
The following brands of infant car seats can be used with this infant car seat adapter:
Chicco® KeyFit 30
Combi® Shuttle 33
Cosco® First Ride DX
Evenflo® Discovery 5™
Evenflo® Embrace™ 5
Evenflo® Embrace™ 5 LX
Graco® Safe Seat
Graco® SnugRide® Infant
Graco® SnugRide® 30
Graco® SnugRide® 32
Graco® SnugRide® 35
Graco® SnugRide® 35
Peg Perego® Primo Viaggio
Peg Perego® Primo Viaggio SIP 30/30
Peg Perego® Primo Viaggio SIP
Safety 1st® Designer® 22
Safety 1st® onBoard™ 35
Safety 1st® onBoard™ 35 AIR
out of the box
after a couple steps
car seat adapter
with our graco carseat
Our review stroller came just in time for us!
I used this stroller in two places, the mall & our fair
A couple days after the stroller arrived, a friend went with the girls and I to the mall to pick up Macyn's 5 month picture and then get her ears pierced.
I was excited because my husband and I were glowing over it after it was put together so I couldn't wait to get it out in public and really give it all I've got!
I quickly learned that this stroller is BIG! I really like how big the back wheels are, but they get in the way. I kept bumping in to things in some of the little stores and even started to get embarrassed. It's also pretty wide, but I think after pushing it around for an hour, all that quickly disappears and you're used to the new size and shape that comes with it.
I LOVE LOVE LOVE how easy this stroller is to push!
It's 28 lbs + a 13 lb baby, plus the carseat wasn't too much for Madison! Besides being short, she was easily able to push it around and keep it in a straight line. When you're pushing it, you'd never think it weighs so much because it glides so incredibly well.
My friend is expecting her first child in late October and also really liked it and fell in love with the bright red color of the seat. She had the same things to say as me, and loved how easily it flowed.
Here's McKenzie in the stroller while at the fair. She's currently right at 30lbs and fits great!
She's leaning forward in the picture because when we first put her in, it was moving back and forth a little and she was scared. We fixed this by reclining it a little, which stopped the moving. This stroller was a great option for us during the fair because McKenzie walks so very slow for a 3yr old and she could quickly hop in and out for rides and games. The day we went, the high was 94 degrees, so it was nice having the cup holder for her, and then the canopy provided great shade while being pushed around.
This was yet another success for us because the stroller glided so well and you didn't feel like you were pushing a 3 yr old around. It moved well in the gravel and pavement, and we never had any issues with getting stuck because of the big tires!
This picture above is on our way out of the fair. As you can see, McKenzie is in the stroller, and if you look closely you can tell that most of her body is shaded. The basket underneath was a great spot for the couple little prizes they won, as well as the XL bag of cotton candy. If you also look at my husband, he's pushing with one hand!
THAT SHOWS HOW EASY THIS STROLLER IS!
I can't say enough great things about this stroller! It's so easy to turn around the seat because of two quick release buttons, and its fast to fold the main piece in half because of the two quick release buttons on it as well. It has a full bar for the break (you can see above) and this is also nice because I'm not a fan of the little pieces you have to push in and out on other strollers.
If I could change one thing about the stroller it would be the price.
The cheapest I saw it priced at was $125 at Wal-mart with the most expensive being $190 at JcPenney. I would pay the $125 to Wal-Mart in a heart beat for this stroller, but wouldn't go higher than that. Just a personal preference on price and I feel that googling for the best price is best.
It's available in two colors, red and blush (pink)
Stop by on July 30 for the "Just for Baby" Giveaway Hop where I'll be giving away a Contours® Options® 3-Wheeler Stroller to one lucky Contiguous US winner!