With The Graco Literider Click Connect Stroller Travel System, you get a Graco Snugride Click Connect 30 car seat and the Graco Literider Click Connect Stroller

I already have a detailed review of the Snugride 30 car seat you can read from here, so this review will mainly focus on the stroller, and it, being a travel system.

Let’s get started.


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The Stroller Seat


The stroller seat can only be set all the way up or all the way down and it does not completely lay flat.

Since you will be attaching a car seat to this stroller, you do not have to worry about the seat not being completely flat for young infants and newborns. Always use a compatible car seat if you plan to use this stroller for younger babies who cannot support their necks yet.

Take note too that the stroller seat is only good until your child is 40 pounds.


The Footrest/Leg Rest


On the lower part of the seat, there is a plastic footrest that is a part of the overall stroller frame. It doesn’t seem to be adjustable so when your child gets taller, expect their legs to dangle freely or utilize the existing footrest, whichever is more comfortable for your child.


The Restraint System


The stroller’s harness used to be three-point only. It has been improved and can be converted from a five-point harness to a three-point harness and vice versa. Always use the five-point option as it is the most secure choice.


One-Hand Open/Fold Mechanism


The stroller is easily collapsible. You can definitely close the stroller using one hand but opening it would need you to use both your hands.


Can It Stand Upright Alone?



Once folded, the default position makes the edge of the child’s tray touch the floor. In order to avoid scratches on the child’s tray as well as maintain the cleanliness of the tray, have it stand on its own instead of laying it down on the ground.

Having it standing on its own would position the child’s tray on top instead of having it on the ground.


The Storage Area


The basket underneath is of standard size. It can accommodate a medium diaper bag along with some grocery bags. It is easily accessible from behind. And even if you recline the seat, you can still access your things in the basket without having to make the seat sit upright.


Stroller Handle


The stroller comes with a padded handle which makes pushing easy even with one hand. Take note that its height is not adjustable.

The Parent Tray


The parent tray is attached to the handlebar. It is not covered and the two cup holders in it are not very deep.


Child’s Tray


Given the price point, it is good to know that the stroller has a child’s tray, too, to accommodate your child’s drinks and some snacks on the tray as well.

The Canopy


The canopy of the stroller has decent coverage. On top of it, there is a plastic peekaboo window. The peekaboo window is a good thing so that you can check on your child without having to retract the canopy.

When the infant car seat is clicked onto the stroller, you can have the car seat canopy and the stroller canopy meet in the middle for full coverage.


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Size And Weight


Assembled Dimensions: 
Length:  27 inches
Width: 19 inches
Height:  39 inches
Folded Dimensions:
Length: 33. 5 inches
Width: 19 inches
Height: 16.5 inches

Weight: 16.85 pounds


The Wheels


The stroller is best to push in flat surfaces such as the supermarket or smooth pavements. It can even turn easily.

However, avoid off-roads if you can. Although it can roll “ok” on the grass and rough surfaces, the experience may not be as pleasing.

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For anyone who already has any Graco Click Connect car seat, know that they are compatible with The Graco Literider Click Connect Stroller which can also be bought separately.

If you have read my review of the Graco Snugride Click Connect 40 infant car seat, then you would that it is one of the best choices when you are eyeing for a Graco infant car seat. It performs better than the rest of the Graco infant car seats. That being said, getting the Literider stroller + the Graco Snugride 40 separately is a better choice.

However, you need to take note of the Graco Literider stroller’s primary issue (according to parents who got it) – its recline.

This is not a big deal in my opinion since, by the time your child outgrows their Graco infant car seat, your child will already be old enough to support their neck. Thus, it would be okay to have them sleeping on the stroller seat even if it does not recline completely flat.

Having a weight of 16.85 pounds, it is relatively light to lift once you have folded it and need to put it in the car trunk. Should you need to fold it for storage, have it stand on its own in such a way that the child’s tray will not touch the ground.

The infant car seats “click” securely on the stroller and it has all the basic needs you can ask for in a budget travel system.

Having a combination of a plastic and an “economy” kind of metal, it is good to know that it still works great and does the job.

I highly suggest that you check out the feedbacks of the parents who already got this combo to learn more about their experience.

Read The Graco Literider Click Connect Stroller Travel System Reviews


What Do You Think?


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  1. Hello Pitin,

    I hope this isn’t stupid, but I just have a quick question. You say that a five-point harness is safer then a 3-point harness. I don’t know the definition of these so what are they?


    1. Hi Roman,

      That’s okay. 🙂 A harness is like a seatbelt found in the stroller’s seat (or a car seat). When you say three point harness, it is like a seatbelt that is shaped like “T.”

      A five-point harness is like the three point harness + shoulder straps which are always safer.

      See these pictures to help you further. 🙂


  2. Hello Pitin,

    I think babies do not actually feel quite comfortable lying flat and sleep, which is why the recline is structured in such certain way. They would like to see what’s ahead of them and then shut their eyes and go back to sleep.

    1. Hi Tar,

      I agree. 🙂 I have an umbrella stroller that doesn’t recline flat (only around 45 degrees). My daughter falls asleep in it when it is upright. And every time I try to recline it, she would wake up. LOL.



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