Graco FastAction Fold Sport Stroller Click Connect Stroller, Chili Red

2014 Graco FastAction Fold Sport Stroller Click Connect Stroller, Chili Red

  • FastAction Fold Sport Click Connect Folding Stroller, in Chili Red, accepts all Graco Click Connect infant car seats with a secure one-step attachment
  • One-second, one-hand fold with carrying strap
  • Lightweight, sturdy portable stroller frame
  • Sports stroller holds child up to 50 pounds
  • Multi-position reclining seat for baby's comfort

Graco FastAction Fold Sport Click Connect Stroller - Chili Red

Experience Graco's FastAction Sport Click Connect Folding Stroller, in Chili Red. It's Graco's three-wheel sport stroller featuring a unique, one-second fold. This lightweight stroller not only features a fast fold, but it also has a multi-position reclining seat, expandable canopy and an extra-large storage basket.

Features:

  • Accepts all Graco Click Connect infant car seats with a secure one-step attachment
  • One-second, one-hand fold with carrying strap
  • Lightweight, sturdy portable stroller frame
  • Multi-position reclining seat for baby's comfort

Manufacturer Recommended Weight Limits: Up to 50 pounds

Product Dimensions: 31 x 24.50 x 42.00 inches

Price:

3 thoughts on “Graco FastAction Fold Sport Stroller Click Connect Stroller, Chili Red

  1. LawyerMom
    12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Not perfect, but close enough to replace all my other strollers, March 25, 2014
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    This review is from: Graco FastAction Fold Sport Stroller Click Connect Stroller, Chili Red (Baby Product)
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    At this point in my parenting career, I am seasoned enough to know what I want out of a stroller. I’ve owned a lot of other strollers and tried out a few of my friends. I started with the close to high end Valco Baby Tri-Mode when my friends were pushing their expensive Bugaboos. I used a Britax Chaperone for awhile before deciding it was way too bulky to pull in and out of the car and had wheels that constantly fell off. I tried going the minimalist route with the Contours Lite Stroller but it was so light, it kept falling over when I weighed it down with my diaper bag, purse, or shopping bags.

    But I’m excited about the Graco FastAction Fold Sport stroller. It combines a lot of what I like about the other strollers: maneuvers easily even with a heavy child; cup holders and storage aplenty, and easy to move in and out of the car. It’s not a perfect system, nothing ever is, but it hits that sweet spot of portability with user-friendliness so well that I’m getting rid of the other strollers.

    Specs: Stroller weighs 21.47 lbs; is 42″ high; and 24.5″ wide at the widest (back wheels). It is convertible to a 3 or 5 point harness and will hold a child up to 50 lbs. (However, I had my 8 year old who is pushing 70 lbs sit in it, and I could still push it easily around the house.)

    Pros:
    1. Value/Affordability — Given the wide range of price-points for strollers out there, the Graco FastAction Fold Sport comes in on the lower end, without dropping into the cheapie umbrella stroller prices.
    2. This stroller enables you to just snap a carseat into it to connect a carseat. There are two flaps that can be unsnapped and opened to give the carseat a resting mount. This feature allows parents to replace the SnugRider or Snap-N-Go. (Though I think that if you can afford it, it’s still worthwhile to hold onto a snugrider type stroller frame since it is so lightweight and much easier to use for infants still in carseats.)
    3. One handed fold and lock. That’s the whole schtick behind the stroller, right? You just pull a little strap hidden in the seat, pull, and the entire stroller folds and locks into place. It’s actually the exact same system used in my more expensive Britax Chaperone stroller.
    4. There’s a very simple system of locking for the swivel wheel, brakes, and the food tray. Some may say it’s pretty primitive. But I’ve seen with my other strollers is that the complex locking mechanism or reclines, pneumatic wheel systems, and press button tray removals end up catching or failing somewhere. And then, you’ve got a more complicated problem to fix than when a primitive system breaks.
    5. There’s a simple drawstring method for adjusting the seat back to recline, with a drawstring stay to keep it in place. The strings don’t adjust as smoothly as I’d like for my light sleeper not to notice, but I suspect it will become smoother over time as the strings are used. I also don’t like the flimsy feel of the plastic drawstring stay, but most people don’t a the wrecking ball of a toddler like I do.
    6. The canopy is arched and provide ample shade for even the tallest of children. There’s a zippered hood for extra coverage when the sun is coming in at the child horizontally or you want to cover them up while they’re sleeping. There’s also a mesh viewing window to look in and provide ventilation while the canopy is closed.
    7. The storage basket is ample and you can open up the velcro to reveal a second, smaller compartment separated from the other by a mesh. This allows you to put stuff, like a sippy cup, keys, or some other item that you wouldn’t want to rolling around and become lost among the coats, bags, and other mess of the larger compartment.
    8. Two cup holders each for both baby and adult. Love this. I have an older child who also wants her water bottle in easy access when I go on walks with them and she hates the strollers that only have one cupholder.
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  2. Tung Kin Sun Alvin
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    As close as it came to what I had expected, April 10, 2014
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    Setting up the stroller was pretty straight forward, just follow the instrucitons in the booklet and it was all done in about 10 minutes. The stroller is reasonably compact when folded and would have to problem fitting into the boot of any mid-sized sedans.

    Quality wise, everything looks of reasonable quality, did not notice any parts that looks cheap or flimsy. However, I do hope that the latch that you pull to close and open the stroller is built to last. So far, it looks strong but that strap is going to have to withstand countless pulls and it is also the ‘handle’ which you hold on to when u carry the folded stroller around. Please note that you shouldn’t be carrying the stroller using the child tray (this is stated in the user manual). The child tray is easily removable and able to pivot on either side for easy handling of baby.

    Manouvering the stroller is a breeze and the wheels are very smooth. Folding is pretty easy, just pull the strap, but you will have to give an extra push once is folded to make it as flat as possible. Unfolding will need both hands and some practicing but is pretty straightforward.

    The hood is huge as it is expandable to cover about 90% of the “passenger”. There is also a peekaboo window but I wonder why Graco did not add a velcro to hold the peekaboo flap in place, although it stay pretty much stays in place already, but not sure when it is outdoors and the wind gets strong, the flaps may start flapping around.

    The height of the stroller is good, I am 1.88 meters tall (6ft 1in) and I no problems pushing the stroller around, no need to bend over.

    Overall I am please with the stroller, although the final call would have to be my newborn due only in June. So we shall see.

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  3. J. Stroh
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    So easy to maneuver!, April 9, 2014
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    J. Stroh (California) –
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    This review is from: Graco FastAction Fold Sport Stroller Click Connect Stroller, Chili Red (Baby Product)
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    I originally had another stroller but I was having problems adjusting the seat position and the straps keeping baby in place. So I got this one and it is sooooo much better than the other one plus it has more features that I love.

    This is easy to put together with no problems. The seat is perfect for baby, adjusts easily and hopefully it will stay in position.
    So far, so good. I have never used a triangular shaped stroller before and I love this one. It is so easy to maneuver.

    The canopy is nice and big and covers a child nicely from the sun and elements without block my view or his. It has plenty of storage space for diaper bags, toys, etc. and I love that it has a cup holder for baby and for the adult pushing him.

    The color is not bright or gaudy only wish there was more red than black as black has a tendency to be much hotter. Other than that it has performed well and I hope it continues to do so.

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