|Minimum weight recommendation||5.5 Pounds|
|Manufacturer's Suggested Maximum Weight||50 Pounds|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Item model number||2083432|
|Product Dimensions||101.6 x 65.41 x 104.14 cm; 9.53 Kilograms|
Graco Modes 3 Lite DLX Stroller, Pierce
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- 9 ways to ride include infant car-seat carrier, bassinet, calf support, and toddler-seat modes
- Click any Graco infant car seat directly into the frame or seat with a secure 1-step attachment
- Reclining seat converts to an infant bassinet for on-the-go comfort for baby in both rear- and forward-facing modes
- Toddler seat can sit both rear and forward-facing for your growing child
- Adjustable calf support grows with your child, allowing you to find the most comfortable position
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1-hand, self-standing fold makes storing easy for parents. Toddler seat includes a removable child's tray with cup holders for no-fuss stroller entry. Parent's tray offers a place to store keys and drinks with 2 cup holders and a storage compartment. Locking front swivel wheel provides maximum control. Large storage basket holds supplies for your child, so you'll have everything you need while out and about.
Modes 3 Lite DLX Stroller
The Graco Modes 3 Lite DLX Stroller gives you 9 ways to ride on a sporty 3-wheel frame with a 1-hand fold. With so many different options, your child can ride facing you or the world from infant to toddler. For infant carrier mode, remove the toddler seat and click any Graco infant car seat* directly to the frame. Create a cozy infant bassinet with the reclining seat and adjustable calf support. While riding in the toddler seat mode, adjust the seat to sit rear- or forward-facing. The sturdy frame makes it convenient to take on the go and makes trips of any length with baby easier!
*Car seat not included
The Perfect Stroller For:
- Children weighing up to 50 lb
- Families looking for a stroller to last from infancy to toddlerhood
- Parents looking for a versatile seat that lets baby ride rear- and forward-facing
- Owners of a Graco infant car seat
9 Ways to Ride
Create a travel system using any Graco Click Connect car seat (not included).
Infant Car Seat Carrier
Place a car seat* directly into the stroller frame, rear- or forward-facing, to create an infant car-seat carrier. *Car seat not included
Reclining seat converts into a cozy infant bassinet, rear- or forward-facing, for on-the-go comfort for baby.
Adjust the stroller into a toddler seat so your growing child can sit comfortably rear- or forward-facing with or without calf support.
More to Love
Grow As You Go
Adjustable calf support grows with your child, allowing you to find the most comfortable position.
Store with Ease
One-hand self-standing fold provides the ultimate in convenience for moms on the go.
Keep Essentials Close
A removable child's tray with 2 cup holders, parent's tray with storage and 2 cup holders, and an extra-large storage basket allow you to keep essentials nearby.
Locking front-swivel wheel provides maximum control.
For over 60 years, the Graco brand has provided thoughtful, practical and dependable parenting solutions to generations of families. Our approach to caregiving stems from a heritage of innovation designed around safety, durability and the best intentions of loving parents.
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The first stroller you'll need is an infant seat carrier that is incredibly lightweight and easy to fold apart and back together. I can't imagine what I would have done without my Baby Trend Snap-N-Go EX Universal Infant Car Seat Carrier. When they are tiny, you're going to spend all sorts of time lugging that infant carrier around. You literally need something that basically falls right open to toss that heavy seat in and run errands. I used this thing constantly, and it was well worth the investment.
I tried other similar infant carrier holder/carseat combinations such as the Graco Modes 3 Lite DLX Stroller, Includes Reversible Seat, Pierce and Evenflo Urbini Reversi Lightweight Stroller, but they both turned out to be a huge waste of money. The Graco reversible only works with their propriety travel system car seat, and the wheels are still plastic! No matter how tempting it may seem, don't settle for a regular sized plastic wheeled stroller no matter how many gadgets it might have.
The Evenflo was also great in theory, but a waste of money. Being able to interchange the carseat, and flip the baby forward and backward just does not matter all that much at all. Instead, you REALLY just need a very lightweight and portable universal infant carrier. That's all I used for the first six months of my daughter's life, because she was so little.
The next stroller you are going to need is a good jogging stroller. I love my JOOVY Zoom 360 Ultralight. In theory, you can get a carseat adapter for it. It has big wheels for walking off the postpartum weight, but it is still pretty compact and lightweight. I would get the Joovy Zoom 360 Ultralight Jogging Stroller, Large Canopy, Lightweight Jogger, Extra Large Air Filled Tires instead of the original ZOOM for sure. It is absolutely worth it to get the rain cover and the bigger canopy. There is nothing worse than going on a walk with the sun in your child's eyes most of the time.
That said, you're still going to need something more compact than your jogging stroller. Don't fall for the trick of getting a regular sized stroller instead. That's a huge waste of money. You already have your jogging stroller, and an infant seat carrier. When they are less than six months old, those two should do the trick. Once they get a little older, you'll need to replace that infant seat carrier with an umbrella stroller.
I tried the Cosco Umbrella Stroller with Canopy stroller. Another giant waste of money. I took it through airport security, and my daughter literally fell out of it onto the ground! I left it at my destination, and opted to carry her back through security the other way. Every parent thinks they need a 'regular' stroller, but what you actually need a shopping/airport/errand running stroller for your trunk. The jogging stroller can live in your garage for when you want to get your walk/run in. This second stroller needs to live in your car where you used to keep your infant carrier. It needs to have a five point harness, but it also needs a great canopy. That's my biggest complaint about the Zoom Ultralight 360: the canopy is worthless. It makes a huge difference. You also need it to be super compact. A stroller that is for the purpose of lugging around your baby needs to be small. Trust me, you'll pay all sorts of money for a 'regular' stroller, and it will sit there in your garage unused. Either you will use your jogging stroller to power walk/run, or you'll need something for on the run. That's really it.
I HIGHLY recommend Joovy Kooper Stroller, Lightweight Stroller, Compact Fold with Tray. It is the quintessential alternative to a 'regular' stroller. It fits in my subcompact Scion XD no problem, and I just push the button to unfold it in an instant. It folds right back up no problem. The trifold takes up less space than a cheap umbrella stroller. It glides through tiny aisles. There is nothing worse than trying to push a GIANT stroller in any store. This is the solution. It is way more than an umbrella stroller, but way more helpful than a 'normal' stroller. You don't need your stroller to make your baby recline, or turn around. You just need a place for a snack, a cup, a water bottle, and some shopping items below the cart. The wheels are big enough, and even though they are plastic, they are only going to be for running in and out of stores. You'll use your jogging stroller for gravel, cement, rough roads, etc. This just needs to get you in and out of the coffee shop without needing someone to help you hold the door.
And there you have it! This is the review I wish someone had written for me specifically when I set out on this incredibly expensive journey of finding a perfect stroller!
First, I absolutely love that the seat can be positioned in so many ways, including turning it around completely to face you. It reclines almost flat, the calf support can be adjusted. I really love the feel of the seat as well, it is very comfortable and soft. The stroller can also fold quickly.
BUT, the stroller is HEAVY. I personally would not be able to lift the 30lb stroller with my infant. The handlebar is not in a good position to be able to hold easily. When folded it is not as compact as I originally thought from the pictures. Most of all...the wheels are plastic and are horrible to even push on pavement! It has great maneuverability but it is tough to push with one hand.
I am so upset because the other reviews were very good. Maybe it is because we are going from a stroller with air filled tires that is so easy to push. I was really hoping to find something that is lightweight, compact, and easy to maneuver.
About the stroller? I wouldnt recommend it to smaller mom. I am 4'11 and never thought that its going to be really heavy for me. I guess it will depend on whos using but for me the stroller is freaking heavy. Im having a hard time opening it and folding as its heavy.
But i can tell that the stroller will last long as it have a nice quality material. Not looking cheap. Very nice looking stroller. I like that i can use it for so many ways. East to maneuver. Still worth buying for if you dont mind the it being heavy :)