Here are the Best Travel System Strollers In 2020 & Why You Need to Have One!

Here are the Best Travel System Strollers In 2020 & Why You Need to Have One!

When it comes to travelling with a baby — whether it’s a big road trip or simply a couple of quick errands around town — advantage is everything.  That is where a travel system stroller is useful: All these car seat-stroller combos make getting from point A to point B along with your little one so much simpler. Let’s find Best Travel System Strollers for your baby!!!

What’s a travel system stroller & How to get the best travel system stroller for your baby?

A travel system is basically a full size, standalone stroller and a compatible infant car seat that slides into the stroller when you are on foot or into the car when you are on (big) wheels.

Car seat-stroller combos let you travel with baby from infancy up through the toddler years.

Not only do travel system strollers make travelling with baby easier, but they could also be a wise way to save money (sort of like when you buy a holiday package instead of paying for airfare and hotel separately).

Maybe not in love with a car seat and stroller in precisely the same brand?  That is fine!

You may buy the exact stroller you want, the specific car seat you want and can frequently get an adapter to make them function together.

Is the travel system stroller good for my baby? The question must come in your mind if I am not wrong!!!

Travel systems offer portability. The beauty is that since many babies drift off on even short car rides, a travel system stroller allows you to switch your baby from car to stroller without disturbing your own dreams.  (Just remember that the safest sleep position for a baby is flat on her back; if you are going on a road trip, you need to pull over every hour or two and take her out of the car seat and do your best to keep your eye on baby while still driving safely.)

Most seats in infant stroller travel systems recline all of the ways to securely grip the car seat (with your infant tucked inside).

Once your baby is big enough, he can sit in the stroller as is (without the car seat).  If you’ve already spent in a full-size stroller, or you have a universal car-seat carrier (a bare-bones frame with wheels a car seat snaps into), a travel system isn’t necessary.

Still, although a travel system May come in handy, there are some downsides:

  • The car seats that come in the travel system strollers are for infants only (read: the baby will grow from them in no time).Thus, you’ll frequently need to put money into a toddler car seat in the future, as well as the travel system. As soon as your baby outgrows the infant car seat, the stand stroller goes solo for the long haul.
  • The ideal travel system stroller (read: the lightest-weight versions ) could be bulky, making it hard to load into and from the back.
  • Infant stroller travel systems aren’t good for dirt and gravel roads since they are heavier than most strollers and harder to push on uneven surfaces. They are also able to be tight squeezes through grocery-store aisles.
  • You can only use the car seat which comes with the stroller (and not all companies sell more car-seat bases individually from the travel system).

Therefore, if you have more than one car, you’ll need to obtain a second car seat if you don’t want to unhook and reattach the 1 base the stroller comes with.

How to use a travel stroller system safely

Take these steps to ensure that your little ones secure:

  • As you put the system together, make sure to include all the pieces. There may be a lot of them but every last one has a purpose.
  • Practice clipping the car seat to the stroller and unclipping it before your baby’s sitting in it (so you’re an expert before you add a wee wiggler into the mixture ). Once your baby’s in the car seat, gently shake the grip to make sure that the seat’s fully attached to the stroller before you hit the road.
  • Check the car seat’s expiration date. Sounds odd, but they really do have these, most around 6 years from the time the seat hits the shop. And for good reason: older versions might not have the benefit of the latest security features. So check the guide to make sure that your seat does not expire before your baby grows out of it.
  • Look for the Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association (JPMA) seal, which indicates the product has passed rigorous safety standards.

As you consider your choices, we recommend travel system strollers for efficiency and convenience. There’s so much going on through your baby’s first year (and beyond), so why don’t you take out the hassle of baby product purchasing?

If you believe these bundles are the right call for you, check out a couple of our favourite travel system strollers below.

Most Innovative Travel System Stroller

Doona Infant Car Seat & Base

Doona Infant Car Seat & BaseSee Now

Why We Love It

What is different about the Doona is that it is 1 bit: The car seat converts to a stroller. How cool is that?

Having a new baby, it’s possible the most travelling you will do will be between the house and the grocery store, and that’s perfectly fine; this system can certainly deal with that. However, its design makes it ideal for venturing beyond your zip code abroad.

Best Travel System Stroller With High Safety Ratings

Chicco Bravo Trio Travel System

Chicco Bravo Trio Travel System
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Why We Love It

While you truly need to feel good about a stroller you will hopefully use for quite a very long time, you also need to feel 100 per cent comfortable driving along with your new baby in the backseat. That is why many parents love the Chicco Bravo Trio Travel System, which includes the brand’s Chicco KeyFit 30 car seat.

Best Travel System Stroller for Two Kids

Baby Trend Sit and Stand Double Stroller, Onyx

Baby Trend Sit and Stand Double Stroller, Onyx
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Why We Love It

The Baby Trend Sit and Stand Double Stroller, Onyx is a versatile stroller that accepts two infant car seats (that the Graco SnugRide Click Connect Infant Car Seat is sold separately) and offers 12 riding alternatives, from infant to youth.

So while you can keep one seat in stroller style for an older kid and just click in one car seat for your new baby, you’ve got the option to use both car seats at once — which makes it perfect for twins.

“I have this stroller, and it’s very amazing,” says our parenting community member Stacy. “This is a lifesaver; very lasting, and I would suggest it to anyone who has two small ones.”

Most Lightweight Travel System Stroller

Britax B-Lively/B-Safe 35 Travel System

Britax B-Lively/B-Safe 35 Travel SystemSee Now

Why We Love It

If you opt for a travel system, you’re probably using the stroller for much longer than the car seat, so it is really important that you love it.

And, at 20 pounds, this Britax stroller is incredibly lightweight, which is a huge bonus if you are going to be lifting it in and out of your car — you name it.

“The stroller is what sold me,” says our parenting community member Michel. “It is so lightweight, easy to set up and fold — I can pretty much do it with one hand if needed. It manoeuvres well and is comfortable to deal with.”

Best All-Terrain Travel System Stroller

Baby Trend Expedition Jogger Travel System, Bubble Gum

Baby Trend Expedition Jogger Travel System, Bubble Gum
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Why We Love It

The Baby Trend Expedition Jogger Travel System, Bubble Gum has all of the features of a typical jogging stroller.

Our member Fehmida says she absolutely loves it: “It is very sturdy — handles off-road terrain amazing.

I go hiking a lot, and it has no issues. It’s simple to wash, and my toddler is a slob! I love it has shocked so he is not being super jostled around all of the time. It is a little on the bigger side, but I would rather my son be comfortable than worry about how much backspace it takes up”

Most Luxurious Travel System Stroller

UPPAbaby Vista Convertible Stroller

UPPAbaby Vista Convertible StrollerSee Now

Why We Love It

The UPPAbaby Vista collection includes not just the stroller and adapter but also a bassinet to fill out the ensemble.

Additionally, the Vista can be adapted to work as a double stroller and a third could even ride along on a Piggyback board (sold separately).

“I bought the UPPAbaby Vista for the very first and LOVED it,” says What to Expect community member market. “The bassinet was really convenient when she was an infant after which the seat worked perfectly until she was too big/active to get a stroller.”

Easiest Travel System Stroller to Fold

Evenflo Pivot Modular Travel System

Evenflo Pivot Modular Travel System
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Why We Love It

Evenflo Pivot Modular Travel System itself on products which are both practical and beautiful and their travel system certainly checks both boxes.

There’s also a version of this travel system which accompanies a bassinet instead of a car seat if that is more your speed.

Though it can be pricier than other manufacturers, Our parenting community member Mishell says it’s money well spent. “I love Evenflo Pivot Modular Travel System! I’ve never regretted a penny spent on their things.”

Dr Sufia Shaikh

Myself Dr Sufia, Doctor by profession speciality in Woman's Health with an experience more than 14 years. I do blogging on Pregnancy & Parenting Tips.

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