Opinions on Graco Fusio ?

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - Second Trimester' started by sugarheart, Jun 7, 2011.

  1. sugarheart

    sugarheart Well-Known Member

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    Hi

    I have been looking at this travel system and just wondering what other peoples opinions/experiences of it are?

    Thanks x
     
  2. MrsN

    MrsN Well-Known Member

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    No experience, but I have seen it and I like it, I've not actually seen any about anywhere only in shops. x
     
  3. scots_mum

    scots_mum Expecting no2

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    Its the one i was going to get until i had a play with it in shop, it feels very cheap and flimsy, isnt easy to get up and down and the newborn bit is tiny
     
  4. sugarheart

    sugarheart Well-Known Member

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    Any other opinions please?
     
  5. wishing4baby3

    wishing4baby3 Well-Known Member

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    i also looked at it and went from loving it to not liking it,ive ended up with a mamas and papas sola pushchair,i think instead of buying off the web you defo need go in the shops and have a good mess with them as its something you want to last as long as pos because of the price :)
     
  6. mof3

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    I agree with scots_mum. The graco fusio looks cheap and plasticky. Just bought one for my son who is a small baby at 1 year but still doesn't look like there is enough room for him. It's not good on the road either. Wouldn't recommend it if you have a big baby. I had a Mothercare Trenton Deluxe which used to be my daughter's until it broke down and had to use a friend's petite star bruin zia for a couple of weeks until i bought the graco fusio. I think the Petite Star is much better than the fusio, but I needed one where baby faces me as he has severe reflux problem and I need to keep an eye on him. That's the only good thing about it and you can fold it with seat inside although it has to be facing forward inorder to do that. Also it comes with the raincover and footmuffs. Other than that I wouldn't recommend it.
     
  7. ellie27

    ellie27 Well-Known Member

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    I have a Graco Quattro Tour Sports, got it when pregnant with Anna.

    I am not sure if there are any similarities.....but most of the Graco systems are rather bulky and heavy so not ideal if you use public transport.

    The one I have is fantastic. Carseat and base -excellent (think its the logico S, Anna is still in it and she is 17 months - it won some mother & baby awards)

    It is solid, good suspension, alround -fab!

    Heavy and bulky though but didnt bother me up til I got pregnant a few months ago so decided to use the light pram with Anna.

    Will definitely use the travel system and carseat again with this baby!:flower:
     
  8. Burpy

    Burpy Well-Known Member

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    LOL!!!! I'm SO sorry! :wacko:

    But I just read the comment title and as I'm thinking baby names at the moment, I thought that was what you'd chosen as a baby name!!!!!

    Was about to ask you if it was a Boy or Girls name!!

    (I am officially a Friday, baby-brained idiot!!!!) :) x
     
  9. ellie27

    ellie27 Well-Known Member

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    :haha:
    Graco Fusio - italian boy's name perhaps
     

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