Ready2Grow: Your Questions Answered!

The Ready2Grow Stand & Ride Stroller is pretty exciting – with its 12 riding options! Since we posted the original announcement post, we’ve been getting a ton of great questions  here on the Graco Heart To Heart blog. So that you’ll have the answers all in one place, we’d love to share these frequently asked questions – and the answers from our Graco stroller experts!

What fashions does the Ready2Grow Stand & Ride Stroller come in?
The Ready2Grow is currently offered in six cool patterns – Odyssey™, Flare™Viceroy™, Metropolis™, Forecaster™ and Oasis™.  All six fashions are gender-neutral—so they’re great for your growing family and super-cute.

When will more fashions be available?
We’re excited to be able to release some more fun , fashionable patterns later this year. Look for them to debut at Babies “R” Us in October.

I LOVE this stroller, but I’m having trouble finding it. What’s up with that?
We’ve had an overwhelming response to this stroller—its 12 riding options make it high on mom’s list! Since the stroller is selling so well, Babies “R” Us and Target have been a little low on inventory. We’ve adjusted the inventory so that they should be in stock, now, though!

How does the Ready2Grow fold? Is it simple?
On the stroller handle, just push the red button and twist the handle. It really is that easy!

Once I remove the face time stroller seat, is there built in storage for it?
Once you remove it, you will have to store it in the car or in your garage–there is no storage place for it on the stroller once it’s removed.

What’s the difference between the standard and the LX models of the Ready2Grow?
Both the standard version and the LX version are great and built with your convenience in mind! However, the main difference between the standard model & the LX model is that the LX versions have front & rear seat head rests and soft harness covers. Also, the LX model has a visor on the front and rear canopies.

What are the dimensions of this stroller?
The folded stroller dimensions are: 53 (l) x 24 (w) x 20.5 (h). And, the stroller—with no children in it—weighs just 33 lbs.

What car seats can I use with the Ready2Grow?
Good news! You can use any Graco infant car seat (SnugRide, SnugRide 30, SnugRide 35) with the Ready2Grow stroller. We engineer our strollers & infant car seats to exclusively work together. However, the Ready2Grow is designed to only be compatible with Graco infant car seats – no other brands will clip securely into this stroller.

What’s the difference between the RoomFor2 Stroller and the Ready2Grow Stroller?
The biggest difference between the RoomFor2 and Ready2Grow is the 12 riding options available for the Ready2Grow stroller. The Ready2Grow stroller also has the FaceTime rear stroller seat so your baby can face you and you can also attach two Graco infant car seats (you can only snap in one Graco infant car seat on the RoomFor2).

 

We hope you’re loving this stroller as much as we are! Let us know what you think!

 

 

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12 Responses to “Ready2Grow: Your Questions Answered!”

  1. Lori June 21, 2012 at 12:14 am #

    Is there a sun shade if we have the infant car seat in the back?

  2. Lori June 21, 2012 at 12:17 am #

    A sun shade that will work with the sun shade that is on the infant car seat so no sun is on the baby, so the 2 sun shades connect.

  3. Rita Handley July 26, 2012 at 11:24 am #

    Where can we go to veiw this item please ?

  4. Li August 2, 2012 at 10:33 pm #

    There is a random strap that I can’t figure out what it does. It is on the backside of the front seat, it has a snap on it?
    Thanks.
    I also have the wobbly front wheels that other reviewers have complained about. Is Graco going to fix that problem?
    Still isn’t the perfect stroller, but it will do in the meantime :)

  5. Li August 2, 2012 at 10:49 pm #

    One last question :) It says the front seat can lay flat? I have yet to be able to do that without a big hassle. If I lay the seat down with just the lever, it is still a pretty high angle. My husband got it fairly flat once by taking these side straps out, but that can’t really be the way to make it flat? As it was reallllllly difficult.

  6. Angela October 9, 2012 at 7:06 pm #

    It’s October and the Metropolis is still unavailable on both Target and Babies R Us websites. I’m due in Novemeber and I would like to buy it. You also posted there would be new fashions available in October. Also, does the new Snugride 40 fit this stroller?

  7. Jen May 5, 2013 at 10:49 pm #

    We just bought this for our twins but finding it really hard to attach our Graco Snugride Click Connect 35 car seats. Are they compatable?

  8. Wendy May 6, 2013 at 8:17 pm #

    There are 3 models , 3 different prices on this Albee’s website. What is the difference between these three models. I don’t see any difference at all? Why would I pay $40 more for just a style or color difference? There is Flare at $139, Forester at $159 and Metropolis and Oasis for $179?????

  9. Angela Gonzalez November 19, 2013 at 3:18 am #

    Is there any way to use different car seat anchors to fit a different brand car seat into this stroller ? I really like it but I have a peg perego car seat and was hoping to be able to fit if
    Into this stroller

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  11. Ron March 17, 2014 at 11:12 pm #

    Didn’t know there were two types “Classic Connect” and “Click Connect” ready2grow. We ended up grabbing “click connect” ready2grow stroller from bbrus, assembled it and learned our graco snugride 35 is not compatible with it. Looks like what we needed is the “classic connect” type.

    Testing our snugride 35, looks like it fits nicely on the front seat. But the rear/elevated seat will not work. Is there a way to convert the rear seat from “click connect” to “classic connect”?

  12. Lindsay May 4, 2014 at 6:39 pm #

    How big should my child be before trying the elevated rear seat?

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