Graco Quattro Tour Duo Stroller, Ionic

 
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Moms with two stroller-aged kids rejoice - the Quattro Tour Stroller is available as a Duo! There's twice as much Quattro for the whole family to love. Toddlers up to 50 pounds get a front row seat with two cup/snack holders and toddler's own storage cubby under seat to stash favorite playthings.

Infants in their SnugRide Infant Car Seat or Infant SafeSeat Car Seat can either be easily clicked and locked into the rear seat to face your loving smile, or, once they're older, enjoy a view of the road from their elevated, flat reclining seat with its own cup/snack holder. A 20% smaller fold makes it easier to lift and fit in your car, and uniquely designed handles makes it simple to maneuver.

A large drop down basket lets you easily grab your gear while the rear seat is reclined. It even has one of Mom's favorite Quattro Tour features ? the one-hand gravity fold. Just push the button, and it effortlessly folds itself down to the ground. When your neighbors say they don?t know how you do it, just smile and squeeze your Quattro Tour Duo.

Features:

  • Accepts all Graco SnugRide Infant Car Seats and Infant SafeSeat Car Seats
  • Extended front seat weight limit holds child up to 50 lbs to last past the toddler years
  • Compact one-hand fold ? 20% smaller when closed (As compared to Graco DuoGlider Stroller)
  • Easy access drop-down basket lets you reach in without disturbing reclined child
  • Uniquely designed handles make it easier to maneuver
  • Parent storage tray with two deep cup holders keeps keys and drinks handy
  • Front and rear multi-position reclining seats keep both children comfy, plus rear seat reclines flat so Baby can rest
  • Two cup/snack holders and storage cubby under seat and a cup/snack holder tray in rear seat
  • Front seat car seat adaptor to accept a second Graco SnugRide Infant Car Seat or Infant SafeSeat Car Seat
  • Elevated rear seat so everyone gets a

    Life is busy and complicated enough when you have two small children: but with the Graco Quattro Tour Duo Double Stroller (Ionic) at least getting around is made a whole lot easier. This easy-to-use stroller is built to carry two children in comfortable style--and it includes plenty of great accessories and features to make mom and dad happy, too.

    The Graco Quattro Tour Duo Double Stroller (Ionic) offers:
    • Two seats for carrying a toddler and an infant, or even twins.
    • Dual snack/beverage holders.
    • Compatible with Graco car seats for added convenience.
    • Durable, lightweight construction.


    Stroller around two children without the bulk of most double strollers. View larger.
    A Stroller Built for Two
    This versatile stroller has two seats that can be configured for use with a toddler and an infant, or even with twins. The front, forward-facing seat, designed for toddlers up to 50 pounds, gives your child a front-seat view of the action; and it can be adapted to hold a Graco SafeSeat or Graco SnugRide car seat as well for smaller infants. Dual snack/beverage holders keep food and drink close at hand, and a storage cubby beneath the seat offers room for your little one to stash his treasures. The seat has a three-point harness; a canopy keeps the sun and rain away, and a multi-position reclining back makes for a more comfortable ride.

    The back seat is elevated to give your child a clear view and is designed to accept all Graco SafeSeat and Graco SnugRide Infant Car Seats. Snap your baby's car seat into the stroller for easy, parent-facing transportation until your little one can sit up by herself; use the stroller without the car seat--with your child facing forward--from the time she can sit up (around 6 months of age) until she is up to 40 pounds in weight--so even when your child outgrows the infant car seat, you'll still be using the stroller for a while to come. This back seat includes a three-point harness, a snack tray with two snack/beverage holders and an adjustable, flat-laying reclining seat for easy napping, as well as an adjustable canopy with a peek-a-boo window.

    Convenient, Easy Operation for Parents
    Double strollers can be bulky, making them difficult to push and to load into your car. But the Graco Quattro Tour Duo folds 20-percent smaller than other Graco double strollers to make storage and transport more convenient. Its lightweight construction and unique, ergonomic handles make the stroller easier and safer to maneuver, as do the lockable swivel front wheels with suspension.

    In addition, easy-to-use, one-touch foot brakes add to the stroller's ease-of-use. And when you're done with your walk, simply push a button to activate the one-handed gravity fold to easily collapse the stroller. The stroller includes a drop-down basket that offers easy access to your gear, even when the back seat is fully reclined; and the parent storage tray includes two convenient cup holders.

    About Graco
    In 1942, Russell Gray and Robert Cone formed Graco Metal Products, in Philadelphia, PA. For 11 years, the firm fabricated machine and car parts for local manufacturers. In 1953, Gray left the firm, leaving Cone as sole owner. Cone decided to manufacture his own line of products, but had trouble coming up with ideas. Enter David Saint, an engineer, tinkerer, and stained glass artisan who worked for Graco. Saint, himself a father of nine, was intrigued when an associate told him how his wife would soothe their tired and cranky baby while swinging in a backyard glider swing. Acting on this inspiration, he went to the drawing board and 18 months of hard work later, the world's first wind-up infant swing, the Graco Swyngomatic, was born. Graco sold millions of Swyngomatics in the coming years, becoming one of the world's leading manufacturers of juvenile products in the process. Today, Graco is a Newell Rubbermaid company, with 1500 associates worldwide. While a half-century has brought many changes to Graco, their dedication and commitment to designing and manufacturing top-quality products remains, and continues on.

    What's in the Box
    Quattro Tour Duo Double Stroller (Ionic).

Features:
  • Stroller with 2 multiple-position seats
  • Compact stroller design folds with push of button
  • Ergonomic handle with multiple position grip points maximizes maneuverability
  • Front seat includes snack holder and storage space underfoot
  • Holds toddlers up to 50 pounds in front seat; infants up to 40 pounds in rear

Customer Reviews:

  • Read If You Have Twins
    This is an amazing stroller. I love how well built it is, the big wheels, how easy it folds and unfolds, and all the extra features. Not to mention how great it looks. My only issue is when using two car seats.

    The first car seat, closest to you, clicks in great (I have two Graco Snugride car seats). The second car seat requires you to pop out the cup holders and insert a bar (provided). No problem there. Next you lengthen the waist straps for the seat and drape over the side, weird. Then click in your car seat, not that great of a fit....because the front seat does not recline all the way back the car seat does not click in level. The baby has to ride with its toes almost above its head. And those waist straps from the stroller are your only way of securing the car seat in place. You have to weave them into the plastic seat belt slits on the side of the car seat. Not that quick to do. Especially if you have one of those cold weather covers attached to the car seat.

    My solution. Keep using my wonderful Baby Trend Snap n Go Due stroller until the twins are old enough to sit in the Quattro Tour Duo stroller without car seats.

    Other than that issue I love this stroller. Yes, it is big and takes some muscle to get in and out of the car, but it is a solid frame and made for two. I have a Honda Odyssey and it fits great in the "trunk" with the third row of seats up. I can even stand it on end and still use the other half of the trunk space. You just have to put it in handle down and wheels out. Fits great. Looking forward to the kids growing into it....more info
  • worth the wait!
    After researching double strollers for months, i finally broke down and bought the quattro tour duo in SOHO. I LOVE the colors, even better than the pictures. The storage basket under the front seat for your childs things is nice, and the main basket is nice and large. The stroller folds down compact and is so easy to open and close. i have yet to actually take it out and use it (snow EVERYWHERE!) but it seems to be exactly what we need!...more info
  • Graco Stroller
    After a lot of shopping around, my husband and I decided to go with the Graco Duo Glider. We are very pleased with the product for a few reasons. My husband and I are both very tall people and this stroller is nice and tall... and not as long as the other double strollers we have seen. When we got the stroller in the mail, my husband figured it would be a hassle to put together, but it was really easy! Even with a toddler trying to "help" Daddy. The last reason I really like it is that our graco baby car seat fits right in. Sure, the stroller is heavy, but it is a double stroller! They are all heavy. This stroller glides nicely and easy to move around corners. My husband and I are very excited about this purchase and would recommend it to anyone in need of a double stroller....more info
  • Good stroller
    We went and tried out all kinds of different strollers to replace our Graco Duoglider we currently own and this one was the best. We have a little 2 door Sunfire and it took some work to get the stroller in the trunk, but it did fit with the front wheels off. I can still fit stuff in the trunk if I need to, but I won't be taking the stroller grocery shopping or anything, so that doesn't matter anyway. I like it much better than the original Duoglider because it's shorter, steers much better, has 2 parent cup holders instead of one and there's no tray I have to take off to get to my child in front.
    I don't like the fact there's no extendable sunshade like my duoglider has.
    Overall this is a wonderful double stroller for the price. ...more info
  • Best double stroller for Disney!
    I had looked and looked for a double stroller. I have a 2 year old and was expecting my second child. Not one store in my town had a double stroller for a "test drive." So, I researched and purchased this Graco at amazon. Before the baby came, we were in Disney World with my 2 year old and my sister's 2 year old. Thankfully, we already had this stroller. It steered like a dream through all of the Disney crowds. Both boys had plenty of room, and actually enjoyed riding in it. It folds up nicely, and really isn't much bigger in our van than the single stroller. It didn't even seem like we had over 70 pounds of children in the stroller!! Overall, a GREAT stroller!...more info
  • Stroller with lots of perks!
    This stroller is very easy to fold and unfold. It provides everything you need to accommodate two children, plus all the other items you usually have to take along. The only drawback is the weight. It is somewhat heavy to lift in and out of the vehicle....more info
  • Love the stroller, Loved the Amazon experiance
    OK, so we have two kids in diapers... fun fun fun... and getting a Graco Quattro Tour Duo was a great way of managing both our balls of energy, on our eventful outings.

    The Good: The stroller is very well constructed, smooth to operate and maneuvers rather nicely. Maneuverability was important to us as my wife I kinda smallish and was not sure is she could move in and out of isles on those 'important runs to the mall' with ease. I don't know if I should be happy or sad, but she can. In addition to maneuverability I like the origami aspect of the stroller, which has it neatly fold into something you can stuff in the back if your car. Our kids don't seem to mind being strapped in it and my daughter seems to think once she's strapped in, she can command either parent to push the stroller wherever her little heart desires - only works with the grandparents

    The Bad: it's heavy... OK once the nice little origami thing happens; you gotta lift the sucker and keep it in your car. Plus it takes up quite a bit of room, when folded. Now, that may be a good thing, given that it cuts into the space my wife would otherwise use for shopping bags.

    Bottom Line: As expected from Graco, we're very happy over all. Once we compared it with what else was out there, we think we made the right decision.

    ABOUT AMAZON... We brought the stroller and it had an issue where it was sticking when we tried to close it. Instead of messing with it, we wanted it changed. I opened the website and clicked on the link where Amazon call's you... loved it. They not only did, but were so helpful that they sent the replacement overnight - at no charge. Now we have the new stroller and the other one it on its bay back to Amazon on their dime. I thought I would have to roll my sleeves back to do the exchange, but their willingness has made me a believer. Thank you Amazon.
    ...more info
  • Excellent stroller
    I love this stroller! Yes, it's heavy, but what do you expect from a double stroller? It folds very compactly for its size, and the functionality of it is amazing. My 2-year-old son loves climbing up into his front seat by himself, and that makes things easier for me. Lots of storage, easy to steer, great-looking, easy to fold - love it....more info
  • Read If You Have Twins
    This is an amazing stroller. I love how well built it is, the big wheels, how easy it folds and unfolds, and all the extra features. Not to mention how great it looks. My only issue is when using two car seats.

    The first car seat, closest to you, clicks in great (I have two Graco Snugride car seats). The second car seat requires you to pop out the cup holders and insert a bar (provided). No problem there. Next you lengthen the waist straps for the seat and drape over the side, weird. Then click in your car seat, not that great of a fit....because the front seat does not recline all the way back the car seat does not click in level. The baby has to ride with its toes almost above its head. And those waist straps from the stroller are your only way of securing the car seat in place. You have to weave them into the plastic seat belt slits on the side of the car seat. Not that quick to do. Especially if you have one of those cold weather covers attached to the car seat.

    My solution. Keep using my wonderful Baby Trend Snap n Go Due stroller until the twins are old enough to sit in the Quattro Tour Duo stroller without car seats.

    Other than that issue I love this stroller. Yes, it is big and takes some muscle to get in and out of the car, but it is a solid frame and made for two. I have a Honda Odyssey and it fits great in the "trunk" with the third row of seats up. I can even stand it on end and still use the other half of the trunk space. You just have to put it in handle down and wheels out. Fits great. Looking forward to the kids growing into it....more info
  • Great stroller, but a bit tall when folded
    I like this stroller a lot more than my old Duoglider. The only problem we've had is we have to take the front wheels off to make it fit in our 2-door pontiac sunfire's trunk. It's not a major problem, just an annoyance. I put my 3 year old and 16 month in this and it steers very well. We're going to have a new baby in about 9 weeks and it should hopefully steer even better with 2 lighter children. The Graco Snugride 32 fits in this great. I've only tried it out in the back. It is smaller than the duoglider in length when it's open. It's not much longer than my single stroller. This stroller may cost more, but it's def. worth it for all the extra features like more cup holders and a smaller fold....more info
  • Cool Stroller
    My original reasons for getting this stroller, I have to admit, were because 1. We were having twins and needed a tandem stroller, 2. We needed a gender-neutral color scheme, and this was about the best we could do in cohesion with the other criteria, and 3. I'm a brand snob and insisted upon Graco.

    Despite spending more on this stroller than I really wanted to, I now see it as a worthwhile investment. Not only did it meet all our criteria, but it's just a really cool stroller.
    I like the handle bars, which have a Star Wars-esque feel to them, in addition to just being comfortable after you've been pushing a while.
    I also like the smoothness of the ride and the easy maneuverability. It is quite agile and can move in a surprisingly tight radius, considering the size of the stroller.
    I also like the peek-a-boo sunroofs on the canopies. Although, it is clear plastic and what you see through it is a little muddled, to be honest, you can still get a good idea of your baby's status by looking through them. The one drawback is that sun can get in the eyes of the baby and make an otherwise pleasant Sunday afternoon stroll a loud and obnoxious screamfest. Future models should probably have some sort of flap that you can roll down and strap in place over the clear window, just so you have that option.
    The storage space underneath the seating area is pretty immense, which is a bonus and it is scary easy to fold up the whole thing: You just slide te locking lever over with your thumb, twist the handle a little bit and it all collapses in on itself in one motion. It's not too heavy for me, but some, including my wife, may have difficulty heaving it into the back of the SUV. Another drawback is the fact that, even when folded up for storage, this stroller still takes up quite a bit of space. But you've gotto remember that this is a tandem stroller with a lot of features and huge storage space, so you've got to sacrifice something. I personally think it's worth it.
    Finally, my favorite feature of all is the fact that I can snap in my two SnugRide32 infant carrier/car seats and go on about my business. However, it's not quite that easy, as it takes a little more effort and creative maneuvering to snap the carrier into place on the stroller, so make sure your infant is strapped in tightly before you try to put him/her into the stroller or take them out before snapping them in. Then again, I may not be doing something right. We'll see as we use it more. Despite the few flaws, I and my wife are very pleased with our Quattro Tour Duo, and so are the twins....more info
  • Gift
    We gave this as a gift to our daughter and son-in-law on the birth of their second child. It is used for a newborn and a 21-month-old toddler. We chose this stroller for the ease of setting up and collapsing as well as it fit the infant carseat that they own. ...more info
  • great stroller
    We purchased this stroller to replace our Sit and Stand. We thought it would be nice to have a full seat with snack and cup holders for our older child instead of a bench seat. I like the large and easily accessible storage basket. Compared to the sit and stand, this stroller manuvers much easier. It doesn't really feel like I am pushing a double stroller. The one drawback we noticed is that this stroller folds larger than the sit and stand. We have a corolla and ford focus and we have to take the front wheels off to get the stroller in our trunk and it is still a tight fit. I would definitely recommend this stroller especially if the children are close in age. Our boys are 2 1/2 and 7 months. If they were further apart we might have kept the sit and stand but they are close enough that we will be able to use the double stroller for a while....more info
  • Great Stroller!!!!!
    This is one of the best strollers I have had and I have had many. I disagree with all the negative comments on this stroller. It is easy to fold, easy to steer,I'm in love with it. I will say it is rather bulky and will not fit in a car with a smaller trunk, but it was worth every penny. I ussually do not add comments, but I felt I had to with this stroller because I was a little skeptical to buy it due to the negative comments on this website. I'm glad I gave in and purcahsed it. Great investment for those mommies like me with two kiddos!!!...more info
  • Love this stroller
    I have to say that I love this stroller. Yes, it is heavy, but it's a double stroller, what do you expect. And, it's a very sturdy stroller. I have 4 children, the oldest being only 4 years old and this was purchased after my 4th child was born. All 4 of my children have ridden in the stroller at one time or another, and I think at some point I've had all 4 in the stroller at one time. Bad day at the zoo and we needed to get out fast! They all love it. It is very easy to steer, easy to fold, has a large basket underneath that holds enough for my crew. Sometimes if you have too much in the basket you have to wiggle the drop down back a little to get it back up (but, I presume that's my fault for overloading the basket). :) The major difference I've noticed between this and the Duo-Glider is the reclining ability of the back seat. With the Duo-Glider, you need to use both hands to lower the seat and it goes from straight up to laying flat, no in between. With this stroller, you can use just one hand to recline the back seat and there are positions in between straight up and flat. That's the main reason I chose this stroller over the Duo-Glider. Anyway, there's my two cents...I have no complaints....more info
  • As great as it is big!
    Overall this is an awesome stroller. It stears well, it holds everything you need for a trip to the mall, and it seems to be comfortable for two babies. (mine are 1.5yrs and 2mths.)
    The only problem I have is that it won't fit into the trunk of my Sunfire, but that should go in my review for the car, because it really is a rediculous design for a trunk! Just be warned if you drive a sunfire that it won't fit through the opening of the trunk. It does however fit in the front seat!...more info
  • graco stroller
    Works great , able to be put in small trunks, Lots of storage, love the handles- they are able to put shopping bags on. ...more info
  • BEST Stroller EVER!
    I starting researching duo strollers as soon as we found out I was expecting baby #2. After reading reviews and "test driving" tons- we picked the Quattro Tour and LOVE it! The back seat is where we are currently putting our new baby- still in her car seat while our extremely hyperactive, inquistivie, independent 2 1/2 year old rides in the front. Because he has his own cup holders and can get in and out he feels like a big boy, and actually sits down to ride in it without arguements. The cup holders all detach as well for easy clean up. Additionally, when the back seat is reclined it makes a "bassinet" for the baby to ride in which makes a perfect "changing table" when your out and about and stuck without a restroom. It steers so easily and while it is a little heavy, if you can carry those insanely heavy/awkward baby car seats- the stroller shouldn't be an issue. It collapses with one hand (really-it's not one of those that says it's one-handed collapse and then you have to fight with it, you can collapse it with one hand) on its wheels to push into the trunk.
    I read the negative reviews and really don't know what they are talking about! I don't want to offend anyone, but they must have just had bad luck because this stroller is awesome! This stroller has so many options I'm still playing with it! I highly reccomend this stroller- totally worth the extra money!!! ...more info
  • HUGE, but works for what you need
    This was the only one that works with the Graco infant car seat we already had, and it works fine, however it is HUGE and very heavy. I still can't really figure out how to open it and collapse it without my husband showing me again and again.... If you do not want something extremely bulky and heavy, do not buy this....more info
  • Great for the price
    We bought this for our 2 year and 5 month old boys. It works great! We have had no problems. It is very easy to fold and unfold with one hand. It's easy to steer. It's a little heavy to lift but what double stroller isn't. Love the cupholders for parents and kids and all the storage. The only con I would mention is the front seat canopy is very narrow and doesn't do a great job to cover. ...more info
  • So far so good!
    We bought this one to upgrade from an old double stroller. This one has great storage. We love the drop down feature of the storage basket. Our two year old loves riding in the front. We fit our Chicco car seat in the back snuggly! We walk with it everyday at the mall. It squeaked a little, but we fixed it with a little oil. I wish it had a solid front tray for putting toys and snacks. The little cup holders don't hold much. But it's super easy for a child to climb in and out all by themselves. It's heavy, but what can you expect from a double with tons of storage? Folds down relatively small and fits great in our mini-van. We like the fabric because it's easy to wipe off and still looks good. We practiced with other double strollers at the baby store. This stroller is easy to push and steer!...more info
  • great double stroller
    i really like this stroller. After doing a lot of research I bought mine for around $230 at Babies R Us. I'm sure there are nicer strollers if you want to pay an arm and a leg, but this one works great for us. We've had it for about 6 months.

    pros: it's easy to push, easy to fold, turns easily (even with one hand) cool style, nice handlebars, nice cup and snack holders for kids, fits in the trunk of my honda accord.

    cons: heavy, but, if you're buying a double stroller, it's VERY difficult to find one that is incredibly lightweight (especially if you don't want to spend a fortune)

    issues (but not deal breakers):
    1. I do wish that the back seat was a little higher so my youngest could see more over the front seat.
    2. if the child in the front seat wants to sleep, the seat doesn't recline very far. i don't have that problem, but just thought you should know.
    3. my oldest is very tall. he's always in the 90th or 95th percentile for his height and his head sits above the back of the front seat and when the shade is up over his head, it almost hits. so, it's almost too big for him. he's almost 3 years old.

    all in all, i would totally recommend this stroller to anyone!...more info
  • broken :(
    i really wanted this print in the Graco Quattro Tour Duo Stroller when i received it the handle was broken. i then ordered a replacement and to my dismay the replacement stroller handle was broken to. im really disappointed since i wanted this particular stoller. is anyone else having this problem or is it just my luck? :(...more info
  • Great Buy!
    Did a lot of research and decided to try this one. First I have to say that we LOVE amazon, ordered it Sunday and recieved it on Tuesday. Very easy to assemble, my 19 month old loved sitting in the front seat with his snacks and my newborn fits nicely in the back and I like being able to see her easily, it's very easy to manuever and fold down, overall I think it's very compact for a double stroller. Feels sturdy/good quality, love the handles and overall just very pleased with the stroller so far....more info
  • Still holding up after 13 months
    (added later)
    I just wanted to add for those who said it is hard to steer--you need to be careful of the wheel locks on the front wheels. If they are down then the wheels lock and you cannot readily turn the stroller and I've found that just from the process of taking the stroller into and out of my car this sometimes happens. So I just unlock them and we are fine. I have a 24 pound 34 month old toddler and a 21 pound 13 month old baby and I can push the stroller around just fine even on hills.
    (orig review)
    We purchased this stroller before my second child was born last year--he is now 10.5 months old. My oldest was 21 months when we bought the stroller. I recall reading lots of comments before we bought it that it was heavy and large. It is heavy, but not too heavy. Sure, it is much heavier than a double umbrella stroller, but you wouldn't use this stroller in the same way. It is not much heavier than my Quattro Tour single stroller. I do not have trouble lifting it weight wise. Sometimes the length of it makes it tricky for me (I am 5'4" so my arms aren't super long). As far as size, it fits easily in my Honda CRV. In fact we can fit our old single on top of the double in the rear of the CRV. I have found it to be very handy to have this stroller. It is long--but all double strollers (other than umbrella or jogging types) are long. It fits a ton of stuff which we take advantage of regularly. I love the handles. They are great. I thought I wasn't sure of them at first but every time I am walking the hills in our zoo here in Cincinnati I am so grateful for them. I do like the straps in my single stroller better than the ones in this stroller. Also I can't cheat and put my youngest in the back seat without straps because he wiggles his way under the tray and starts to dip into the basket. =) One complaint I do have is that we got a new infant seat after buying this stroller (a Graco one) and it is hard to get in and out of the stroller at times. I had no trouble with the infant seat we had from 2005. Unfortunately due to a car accident that one had to be trashed. However I don't think all things considered that would stop me from buying this stroller. My word of advice to all of you is to consider possibly a sit and stand stroller depending on the age of your child. My oldest is now 2.5 years and doesn't like to ride in the stroller much anymore so I usually am pushing it while chasing him around. When he does want a ride it is great though....more info
  • Great Double Stroller
    Graco knew what they were doing when designing this kid-friendly and parent-friendly stroller. For the price, I feel like we got an excellent 2nd stroller after the birth of our newborn. I can easily fit my Graco car seat in the back and 2 yr old in the front. He does sit up a little straighter than what looks comfortable to an adult, but he doesn't complain, especially since he has his drink holder and snack holder within easy reach. It handles great after getting used to how long the stroller is compared to my single-seat Graco. The weight is what I expected for double-stroller...a little heavy, but I'm 5'0 and can easily lift it in and out of my Honda CRV. It does take up most of the back of the car, but I can still pile plenty of things around it if I need to. I would recommend this to any parent needing a stroller for two kids. (Assembly was a snap!)...more info
  • Best Purchase I've Ever Made!
    I have two children under 18 months and this stroller is by far the best purchase I've made for them. It rides very smoothly, has tons of storage, and folds up well, considering it's size. I have a mid-size SUV and the stroller fits well in the trunk space with room for many more items. I was worried about how it would handle given the size, and it rides as well as my Grace single stroller. I would suggest this stroller to anyone with two little ones!...more info
  • Love this stroller!
    I had purchased the Quattro Tour single stroller and then much to my surprise found out I was pregnant again when my first little one was 8 weeks old. This would mean my kids would be less than 11 months apart. Clearly a double stroller was needed if I was going to go anywhere.

    I researched and looked and read reviews and I was nervous about ordering a stroller I couldn't see in person. I checked my local babies r us and they did not have this stroller in stock either. I figured though that I would take the plunge and I have been nothing but thrilled.

    I know people complain about the weight but this is not an umbrella stroller - its a double stroller. The quattro tour single stroller is heavy and I don't think this one is that much heavier. I have no trouble steering this stroller...turns on a dime. I had the graco safe seat infant seat that I used in the back seat and put the older baby up front (per the instructions). I will say that the front seat couldn't recline with the infant seat in place but not sure if that is the case if you use the snug ride infant seat instead of the safe seat (the safe seat is bigger since it holds babies up to 1 year). My older boy likes being able to look around and doesn't mind being strapped in. He likes the little snack holder (perfect for goldfish crackers).

    The new baby is just now starting to ride in the back seat not in the infant seat and so far we are having no issues. I like the dual cup holders for the adults although I'm not overly pleased with the little fanny pack holder vs. a hard compartment like on the single stroller - it does hold a cell phone or some car keys. The baskets underneath are all very easy to access - especially with the drop down feature of the back basket.

    In the end this stroller is very sturdy, easy to assemble and super stylish. Easy to turn, easy to fold and fits easily into the back of my minivan (behind the seats). I'd buy it again if I had to. I[...]
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  • An Upgrade from the Old Duo but don't try to drive one handed
    I ordered this stroller for our twins after we had beaten our old graco duo to bits. I have to say that I love how it looks. Things that bothered me about the old stroller (when I closed it the basket and first sunshade stuck out and got bent) have been fixed and I love the upgrades. HOWEVER, I just took it to the grocery store yesterday and was unable to push it one handed. Usually I shop by putting my children in the stroller and pushing them while dragging a cart to fill with items. It worked with the old duo but this one was practically impossible to steer one handed. It was very frustrating. I do like how it folds into itself though. It does stick up much higher than the other one but considering that I have a minivan to lug my stuff around in it isn't a problem. I feel like I'm behind the wheel of a tank at times but other than the one-handed steering issue it is an improvement in every way over the other duo design....more info
  • great stroller at a great price
    After reading all the reviews, I decided to buy this stroller in august 2007 and was very pleased, my kids, who are 28 and 15 months now, love that stroller, sure it's heavy but very comfortable for the kids, for me it's very very important, and stylish. I have compliments every time on the stroller looks. I'm very happy, the kids are always ready to jump on the stroller so thank you amazon for selling that amazing and fashion stroller!!...more info
  • Big, yet Compact, Functional, and Stylish
    My situation: I was expecting my second son, the boys would be 17 months apart, which meant I didn't feel comfortable with the toddler in a sit-and-stand. I loved the convenience of carrying the baby in and out of the house in his car seat (esp when sleeping). I have the Quattro Tour Travel System from my first, and wanted to re-use the car seat.

    My requirements:
    (1) Work with the Gracco Snug Ride Infant Car Seat.
    (2) Fit in the trunk of my 2005 Toyota Corolla.
    (3) Be easy to maneuver (steering & folding), yet study enough to withstand my clumsiness (I tend to be rough on things).

    My findings:
    The Quatro Duo fulfilled all three requirements, but with some hesitation.
    (1) As others mention, the car seat DOES fit in the back seat, but there is a learning curve with figuring out exactly how it fits in. Since it really is compact (for a duo stroller), it's a tight fit that takes a few tries to get right. It's easier to remove than it is to get in. The jarring involved when first learning how to snap the car seat in was not enough to ever startle my baby... but maybe my boys like that kind of motion.

    (2) The stroller has to be upside down (wheels up) and sideways, taking up the bulk of the front of my trunk, but it fits! Often the parent cup holders fall off, but they easily reattach. The original duo is too long to fit in my trunk. This one is shorter, but taller when folded, which is why it needs to be upside down to fit. I am just happy that I don't need to get a minivan/SUV to fit it!

    (3) It is very sturdy, and with the new-aged handles, it is easy to steer. I like that the cup holders can reattach so easily (and not break). The undercarriage basket is SUPER easy to "lower" and use, which is important, since given the stroller's compact nature, you can't easily access the basket with the back seat reclined. It folds up very easily and has a center latch which is easy to find and use whether folding or unfolding.

    The reason for the 4 star instead of 5:
    - Learning Curve on attaching that car seat
    - One problem that just occurred (after 2 1/2 months of use) is that the front, left wheel gets stuck in "permanent straight" mode and fails to swivel.

    Overall I really love the stroller. I know it's a monster, but it's so functional. I also consider it a major plus that it's much more stylish than other duo's....more info
  • Graco Qattro Tour Duo Stroller
    It was a little hard to close. Should be very easy to handle when you are carrying two around instead of one.
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  • I Like it
    I got the stroller because all of the great reviews it had gotten so I my expectations for it were really high. It's pretty heavy and the canopy in front is kinda flimsy. It always seems to get stuck. I like that the wieght limit goes up to 50lbs both front and back so I can put my 3yr old in either one. The baby likes to be in front so that she can see everything. I really like the look of it, I get alot of compliments on it and it handles pretty well. So overall it met most of my expectations so far and I like it....more info
  • Everything we expected but BIG & HEAVY
    We bought this for our (tall) 3 yr old and newborn. We walk everywhere, so it was important to us to have a nice sturdy double for the kids. It does everything we expected, but I'm the main one to use it and have found it extremely hard to lug around. Things I've noticed:
    -- I'm 5'8" and strong, and I really have to lean in to the turns.
    -- I've NEVER been able to steer this behemoth one-handed like some other reviewers; the only way possible is if we put the toddler in back and the newborn in front.
    -- It easily tips backward if you happen to use the handlebars to carry bags like we do. I had put two moderately heavy bags of groceries on the handles to walk home from the grocery store and when our older one hopped out of the front, the whole stroller tipped over backwards. Not good!
    -- The basket only holds a diaper bag and one bag of groceries. If you try to put more in there, you really have to wrestle the basket open and then brace yourself to close it back up again.
    -- It weighs about 40lbs! Add a 40lb toddler, a 10lb baby and a diaper bag and you're pushing almost 100lbs.
    It's a decent stroller, but for the money we spent I'd get a Maclaren double or spend a bit more for a nice light Peg Perego. Or if the weight isn't an issue, get a Jeep double -- we've got a Jeep single that's still going strong after 3+ years.
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  • Love it!
    Graco thought of everything when they designed this stroller. I have owned several strollers and this is by far my favorite. My kids are 1 and 3 and they both love riding in this stroller. The 3 year old climbs in all by herself and kicks back with her arms on the armrests, just enjoying the view. My 1 year old rides in the back and when she gets tired, I just recline the seat all the way and she goes right to sleep. Each kid has a cupholder and snack holder. It folds like a dream and has a latch to keep it that way. It is pretty big, but worth it for all the other features it has. I would say if you're petite, this may not be the stroller for you. But if you don't mind getting a little bit of a workout lifting and pushing, then this stroller is a dream come true....more info
  • very comfortable for kids and parent
    I bought this double stroller for a newborn and 21 month old and am thrilled. My toddler loves to climb onto the seat and sits like a little princess - she loves the carriage. Even my newborn has found one spot on the hood that she stares at contentedly for long stretches at a time - she seems very comfortable.

    I find it easy to push, love the compartments, and am getting lots of compliments (I have the black one - ionic).

    Highly recommended!...more info
  • Stroller with lots of perks!
    This stroller is very easy to fold and unfold. It provides everything you need to accommodate two children, plus all the other items you usually have to take along. The only drawback is the weight. It is somewhat heavy to lift in and out of the vehicle....more info
  • Loaded with Features -- But Very Big & Heavy!
    Watch Video Here: http://www.amazon.com/review/RWX465ZIIXDYV A full video review of the Graco Quattro Tour Duo stroller by the editors at Babygizmo.com....more info
  • Awesome stroller
    This stroller is amazing...My husband and i love it. We have newborn twins. puting it together is a snap. puting it away is also really easy, with it's one hand release. storage is nice. the handle is comfortable. and the seats seam cushy. First time parents. good price. A bit on the heavy side and bulky, it is a tandem stroller though. smooth ride, silky smooth. nice and sturdy, seams solid. One of the top rated on twin web sites......more info
  • What a lifesaver!!
    My husband and I are now the parents of four children, ages 7, 4, 2 and 8 weeks and I was wondering if a trip to the mall would ever be possible again! Thankfully...it totally IS possible with this stroller. I did a TON of research before ordering this duo stroller and I read many, many reviews. This stroller is everything that all of the good reviews state. It is easy to manuever, even with a big kid in the front, and the huge storage basket underneath is just wonderful and extremely convenient. Not to mention all of the cup holders and the little storage pouch for parents. It is well made, seems extremely durable and just makes life easier in general when we're all out and about. The fact that I got it on sale for $164 only makes the deal that much sweeter. ...more info
  • Used with twin infant carseats
    OK, so I searched this site and others to find a good double stroller for soon to be here twin grandsons. Everything I found on double strollers had to do with people using it with an infant and older child. So my review is for those of you having twins. I bought this and the matching infant carseats. I had originally looked at the Kolcraft tandem stroller, but went with this due to a little bit better reviews. I do have to say I am happy with the purchase. It is a nice stroller. It is heavy, but all double strollers are going to be heavy and bulky. It was easy to assemble and was done in about 15 mins. It folds and unfolds easily. Just a twist of the handle and down it goes and unhook the latch and pull up and it locks. It is super easy to navigate and very smooth. The carseats attach fairly easily. The only complaint I have about the carseats is that the first is hooked on the front seat. Simple enough. The second has to go on the back seat, but in order to get it hooked you have to tilt the carseat just slightly forward to get the foot of it under the cover. I don't like that part because the baby's head kinda tips forward. I like that there weren't any special adapters to buy to hook on the car seats. It came with one for the front seat and the back hooks into the cup holders. The basket underneath is roomy also.
    All-in-all I have to say I am happy with the stroller and would buy it again....more info
  • Great Stroller!
    I love this stroller. I have 5 month old twins and use it often. It is heavy at times but I have not found a good double stroller that is not. The basket underneath collapses to fit packages in so you don't have to bump the baby trying to squeeze something in like in other strollers. I cannot say enough good things about this stroller!!...more info
  • Big and heavy, but the best option out there
    I bought this stroller at a secondhand store just before my second son was born. My two boys are 15 months apart, so I figured a double stroller was an absolute must, since we'd be using it for a good long while. Overall, I'm happy with it, but only because I think it's the best of the options now available. You can spend a fortune for one of those super fancy brands, and look spectacular walking through the mall. But is it really worth the money you pay? So I found that the Quattro Tour Duo fit my needs without breaking the bank. That having been said, however, it does have some drawbacks. It's heavy. Period. Just really heavy. I'm no weakling, but it is very, very awkward to pick up and put into the back of a minivan or the trunk of a car. There's simply no good place to grab the darn thing! And forget about traveling with it! Folded up, it's nearly the size of the largest suitcase on the market. You'd have to have a good sized SUV as a rental car, and hope your luggage fits, along with this monstrosity of a stroller. Yes, it has a ton of storage space, and lots of cup holders and stuff. But I've found it necessary to buy a double umbrella stroller for travel purposes. I use this mainly for the mall, and for places that don't provide carts. It's impossible to have your two kids in this stroller and pull a shopping cart behind you, because there is simply no way to steer this thing one-handed. It's very heavy to push and turn. You literally have to put your back into it to get it to turn, especially fully loaded (a baby, a toddler, and a full diaper bag). And don't bother trying to push it on grass. Not gonna' happen. If you're going places like the zoo or an amusement park, I'd recommend something smaller, lighter, and more all-terrain. This is a mall and shopping stroller, in my opinion. However, I still give it four stars, because that's exactly what I needed it for, and it fits the bill admirably. You can fit a whole lot of shopping bags under that basket, and hang more from the handle bars! Yes, you may have to stand beside it in an elevator (because you won't fit behind it), but it all works out in the end. Considering all of the tandem double strollers on the market, I would say this is probably the best you can do. Just be sure you have a strong back and arms!...more info
  • good for the price
    I was happy with this purchase for a family member. Set up was a breeze. No complaints. Color is a little metallic. It is big but you can fit two kids in it so how small can you really make it....more info
  • Good stroller but has a few suprises
    I was so excited to get this stroller, as we have a one year old boy and are expecting another boy next month. I had thought to use my graco snugride seat w/ this but it doesn't level and fit right in the rear seat. It is also not very secure. It clicks in but the whole seat moves around. I have ordered a new graco safeseat in ionic to match the stroller, and I am hoping that this will fit better. The front seat is small. The seatbelt seems to be secure, but the seat bottom is not long enough. It looks like he's about to fall out, forward, even though he isn't. Our one year old weighs 32 lbs. so maybe that is why? The front seat will not recline with the infant seat in the back. The front seat has to be very upright and seems squished up when using the infant seat in the back. The directions say you need the heaviest child in the front, allthough you can put one of the infant seats in the front and one in the back for twins. Without the infant seat in the back, the setup is much roomier, so I am hoping by purchacing the safeseat things will work out better. I think once we get used to it we will like it, the stroller is very nice looking and sturdy. I love the fabric. My one year old dosn't seem to mind sitting so upright, and loves the cupholders (with Cheerios in them!). He also likes the visor- he can see out the sides. It is very Big, but that is to be expected with any double stroller/carseat combo. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a double stroller / infant seat compatible stroller. ...more info
  • So far so good!
    We bought this one to upgrade from an old double stroller. This one has great storage. We love the drop down feature of the storage basket. Our two year old loves riding in the front. We fit our Chicco car seat in the back snuggly! We walk with it everyday at the mall. It squeaked a little, but we fixed it with a little oil. I wish it had a solid front tray for putting toys and snacks. The little cup holders don't hold much. But it's super easy for a child to climb in and out all by themselves. It's heavy, but what can you expect from a double with tons of storage? Folds down relatively small and fits great in our mini-van. We like the fabric because it's easy to wipe off and still looks good. We practiced with other double strollers at the baby store. This stroller is easy to push and steer!...more info
  • Weight & space
    I expected big and heavy, but didn't cater for this. I am sure there is lighter but still strong metal to construct this item. Reviews were right when folded trouble to move. I should be able to drag or push the stroller easily. I have a Toyota fielder wagon, I bought because I was buying the stroller. Thought one side for stroller one side for grocery etc. The thing picks up the whole back space. I am no tiny woman, but I have a very hard time putting it in the car and taking it out.
    Weight - TOO HEAVY
    Size - Could be a little more compact height wise when folded.
    Functionality - great when in use
    Kids comfort - they love it and my kids don't travel well.
    Construction - when you finally get the heavy thing out the box, it is relatively easy to complete assembly. Keep one of your older kids around, they find this easier to put together than you will....more info

 

 
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