Modes2Grow™ Double Stroller
4.2 out of 5 Customer Rating
Modes2Grow™ Double Stroller is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 52.
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Modes2Grow™ Double Stroller
4.2 out of 5 Customer Rating
Modes2Grow™ Double Stroller is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 52.
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Description
The Graco® MODES2GROW™ Double Stroller is 4 strollers in 1: infant car seat carrier, infant bassinet, toddler stroller, and double stroller. It starts out as a single stroller and adapts to become a double stroller to grow with your family. With the included second seat, the MODES2GROW™ Double Stroller has 6 different ways to ride with 1 or 2 children. The parent tray, removable child tray, extra-large storage basket, and 1-hand standing fold provide the ultimate convenience. The reclining seat converts to an infant bassinet, and you can incorporate any Graco® infant car seat for even more customization and riding options. For children up to 50 lb, the MODES2GROW™ Double Stroller is the only stroller you'll ever need.
  • Built-in adapters convert single stroller into double stroller with no additional purchase needed
  • 2 toddler seats included to accommodate 2 children from infancy in bassinet mode (main seat only) to toddler mode as they grow older
  • Easy 1-hand standing fold conveniently works with and without the front seat on the frame
  • Pivoting child tray with 2 cup holders fully removes, allowing for easy in and out
  • Extra-large, easy-access storage basket holds your travel essentials
  • Parent tray with 2 covered compartments and a removable cup holder provide easy-to-reach storage
  • Large UV-50 canopy keeps baby shaded from the sun's rays
  • Stroller holds child up to 50 lb for years of comfortable strolling
  • Convertible 3- or 5-point harness provides a proper fit as your child grows
Specifications
  • Color: Spencer
  • Model#: 2083433
Care & Maintenance
  • CLEANING SEAT PAD: To clean seat pad, spot clean using mild soap and warm water
  • CLEANING HARNESS: Surface wash only with mild soap and damp cloth. Do not immerse harness straps or latch strap in water.
  • CLEANING HARDGOODS: Metal and plastic parts may be cleaned with mild soap & cool water
  • CLEANING BODY SUPPORT *on select models: Wash removable body support in cold water on delicate cycle and line dry WHEEL MAINTENANCE: Use light oil if wheels squeak
Recommended Use
Stroller holds child up to 50 lb for years of comfortable strolling
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best interchangeable stroller My toddler absolutely loves this stroller! He thinks it’s super cool ego sit “underneath everything,” like he’s hiding. Plus a good thing about it is that it’s interchangeable so whenever I just have my toddler or my infant, there’s no need to push around a double stroller with an empty seat. I will admit, this stroller is DEFINITELY bigger than your regular single stroller. It feels and looks bulky, but it’s strong and easy to maneuver. What I like best is that the front/top seat can be facing backwards towards me and that especially helpful and very comforting to me, especially while the COVID-19 pandemic is happening.
Date published: 2020-10-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Budget Buy We are currently looking to expand our family from one to two and luckily a trial opportunity arose. We were fortunate enough to be given this stroller as part of the weeSpring Parent Panel to try out and review. The stroller was easy to put together. It took approximately 20 minutes with some help from my 2.5year old. Some of the plastic parts didn’t glide in as smoothly as I would like, but over time they appear to be wearing in more and are becoming easier to come off and on (tray and armrests). Cons of this stroller: • Plastic wheels: These wheels work great if you have a smooth pathway to take your stroller on, but it struggled going over any obstacle more than ½ inch in height. My neighborhood has very uneven sidewalks and the wheels did not allow for any type of give to bounce over the height difference. I only had one child in the stroller so I would imagine that with two this could be even more difficult to maneuver over these. It would be nice to see a more rubber type wheel as I have had better luck with those types on uneven pathways. • Plastic parts: They did not feel like super quality material so the parents’ tray, armrests, bumpers, etc. felt like they could wear over time or break. • Easy snap on snap off: This is a neutral point for me because as we are using the stroller, the parts do appear to be coming off easier. However, in the beginning it was definitely a little bit of struggle. They are by no means an easy one-handed snap off and on, but they are wearing in so prepare for some break in time for some of these parts. • Incompatibility with other brands: I get the marketing for this, but frustrating that Graco will only fit Graco brands. Other brands allow you to purchase adapters to allow for versatility, which is a nice feature. Unfortunately, due to us owning another brand of infant car seat, I could not test out this functionality. Pros of this stroller: • Great price point: similar models and designs can range up to $500-900 range for a double stroller so this being almost half is a great buy • Versatility of stroller: This was probably the highlight of the stroller. My child loved the recline feature of the seat and positioned on the bottom because she could get in and out on her own. She called it her “relaxing” mode. I really enjoyed having her ride facing me in the upper part as I could talk to her and hear what she was saying. This functionality worked great and it was easy to pop this piece to switch the configuration. • Size and storage: Considering this is a double stroller, it is a great size. It is similar to the size of some single jogging strollers. The handlebars do not adjust on this model but that was not an issue for me or my significant other (I’m 5’7” and my sig other is 6’3”). It stores upright which I love because you can squeeze it into smaller spaces and it does not take up a lot of space like strollers that store horizontally. The storage basket on the bottom if your child rides in the top portion has a ton of space and we easily stored our diaper bag, toys, stuffed animals in there without struggling to get anything out. However, you do lose this storage basket if your child does ride on the bottom section.
Date published: 2019-03-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for 2 Little Ones I have been using this stroller for 6 months and overall I really love it. It works well for my 3 year old and newborn when we are out and about. My only complaints are that when a seat is used in the back it sits extremely low and close to the carseat (or additional seat that is purchased separately), making it a bit difficult to get your child in out of the rear seat. The second thing that I didn't care for is the way you open and close the stroller. It is very cumbersome and should be made a bit easier to use. Otherwise this is a great purchase and I would purchase again.
Date published: 2020-04-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I LOVE this stroller! I actually won this on a giveaway and thought, ‘Ugh, they’re giving it away. It can’t be a great stroller but it would be cool to win!’ But, I am so glad that I was able to win it. This is the best stroller! I received it a couple of weeks before my baby was born and I had a 2 year old at the time, it was helpful getting around and able to have both of the kids in the stroller. This is also Disney regulated for size, it seems comfortable for the kids and is lightweight for us to push around. It’s so quick and easy to convert around how you need it. It comes with a cup holder and has 2 compartments for storage. You can hang your diaper bag on the handle without it interfering with whoever is sitting on the bottom. I couldn’t recommend it enough!
Date published: 2020-11-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Definitely an upgrade I am definitely a huge fan of this stroller. we had the graco sit and stand grow with me double stroller and although I loved it my 4 year old wasnt a huge fan. I love that this stroller give me the option to put our youngest in the bottom seat and leave the top seat open for the 4 year old. Or Visa Versa... Its also a lot less bulky and lighter then the sit and stand. I also like the fact that I wont have to buy a single stroller in a year or 2 for our youngest. This does the trick... along with the additional space underneath.
Date published: 2020-05-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Functional and Versatile! Where to begin with the Graco Modes2Grow double stroller? There are so many functions and capabilities to this stroller, it is truly amazing. But let’s start from the very beginning, assembly. After the tape on the top of the box was cut, it took me 30 minutes to assemble. Removing the stroller from the box is no easy feat either, as it is quite heavy. Once assembly began, I had to scrutinize the instructions and was somewhat confused at times. I didn’t feel that the instructions were the best or that it was evident how to assemble without them. As I was putting on the final touches, I noticed that there is only 1 cup holder. It is detachable and can be connected to either side of the stroller, but I would have preferred two, just in case hubby comes along for a walk. The cup holder as well as the child’s tray are very difficult at this stage to detach and reattach as the parts are not “broken in” yet, but I expect with time, they will be easier to handle. The handle is also quite tall. I stand at 5’ 3” and it rose to just under my bust area, however the height of the handle never bothered me. Once I had the frame together, then came the difficult decision of how to position the seats for our first ride. I have two children, a 3 year old and a 7 month old, so I opted to forward face both with the youngest in the top seat and the oldest in the bottom. In order to attach the seat, you simply align them with the correct mounts and click them into place. Super easy! I buckled the kiddos into their assigned seats and adjusted the harness straps, which was very quick and easy to do for the child sitting in front, the child in the back is another story. Another fine point to note is that the harness can be used as a 5-point or 3-point harness according to your preference. When using the 5-point harness, be aware that the harness pads do fall off easily and often. And in regards to the child sitting in the rear seat, it is harder to access for both children and parents. I let my 3 year old clamber into it herself and while she didn’t complain, I noticed she had a bit of difficulty maneuvering into it. She would climb in backwards then shuffle around on top of the seat until she was seated. And when it came time to buckle her harness, I couldn’t easily get between the frame and toddler seat to buckle her in. First impressions left me feeling that my oldest daughter on the bottom was getting the short end of the stick. She didn’t have as much room as her sister and her legs filled the storage basket at the bottom, rendering it useless. However, she never complained and seemed to enjoy the ride. Before our maiden journey, one final function needed to assessed, the canopies. They flipped up easily but were incredibly sturdy. The canopy frames were not at all flimsy and the fabric boasted 50 UV protection while offering the most coverage I’ve seen on a stroller. They also had a fabric window that opened to reveal mesh that allowed for airflow and visuals on your children. They too were sturdy and stood strong against the wind, even without Velcro to attach them to the top of the canopy. After it was fully assembled, we were off. My house is at the top of a hill, so we were really off, I mean flying down the driveway. I attribute that to the weightiness of the stroller with the added weight of my children. I wasn’t easily able to slow it down, so we quickly made it to the bottom and luckily the flat paved street below. But I have to say, this stroller rode so smooth and glided along the streets like a dream. And I live in Michigan, which probably has the most potholes and cracks known to man. But the Graco Modes2Grow double stroller took them like a champ. My kids were hardly jostled around like they were in our other stroller. I was really impressed. As the weather is starting to get nicer, I was wearing my sandals and decided to test out the brake, which is a long bar reaching across both wheels, with a plastic pedal off to the side. It was so easy to put the brakes on AND it was effortless, so much so that I didn’t find my sandaled foot in pain. The upward swing of my toes on the brakes of a stroller usually leave me wincing, but this stroller did no damage. Upon returning to my house, we needed to climb back up our hill of a driveway. I was huffing and puffing harder than the big bad wolf at the three little pigs by the time I made it to the halfway point. It was so heavy and there was no easy way to get it up. At this point I decided to make a detour into the grass and try out the locks on the front swivel wheels to see if it really did make it more maneuverable on uneven surfaces. The verdict, not really, for me anyway. I actually thought it made it harder to walk through the grass so I quickly unlocked them and carried on my merry way. The next day we went for another walk, but this time I flipped the front seat so that both children were facing each other. My older daughter on the bottom had her sister’s feet dangling in her face, but there was a fix for this. The bottom of the top toddler seat has a flap that is velcroed up and keeps their feet more contained and out of the way. We also tried the reclining features on both seats. The top toddler seat was reclined by unbuckling a strap and the back of the seat laid all the way back, to resemble a bassinet. It was also able to be totally shaded from the sun by the large canopy. It is a truly wonderful feature and I wish I had this stroller when she was just a newborn just for that reason. But when the seat is again inclined, which is done by connecting one buckle to the back of the seat, my daughter would lean to one side and the back of the seat was a bit lop-sided, due to the uneven weight distribution caused by said buckle. The bottom toddler seat reclined and inclined the same way, but my older daughter was able to disperse her weight, so she remained in the correct position throughout transit. In the days to follow, I tried several more seat combinations. I was so impressed by the versatility and functionality of each. The seats are easily moved by clicking them into the mounts and can be forward or rear facing. And if you have a click connect infant car seat, which I do, then you can also attach the car seat to the toddler seat by clicking it into place or by directly attaching the car seat to the car seat mounts. Since the seats are removable, you can convert this stroller into a single stroller if need be. A toddler seat can be attached to the top or bottom depending upon your preference. My favorite configuration was probably both toddler seats facing each other as I feel it provided enough room for both girls and they also got to see each other as well as our surroundings. A few more points that I feel are worth mentioning is the size of the parents tray which I found to be smaller than average. It isn’t as deep or wide as my other stroller but it does have a lid that clicks down to keep your valuables safe. The stickers on the stroller frame are easy to remove and that’s always a plus. It is also somewhat space consuming, particularly in regards to the car. Our car isn’t the largest and it takes up all of the rear storage area. And finally, the stroller was somewhat hard to close. In order to fold it down, there must only be the front toddler seat attached in the forward facing position. The bottom seat mounts must also be folded down. For some reason, I struggled to fold the stroller down all the way and it took me a few attempts to manage closure. All in all, I highly recommend this stroller to any family that has two children or is thinking of expanding their family in the future. It is so versatile and functional for a single or double stroller. Despite the few faults I’ve found, I’ve never been so impressed by a stroller. My favorite feature has to be the ability to attach the seats any which way I like and even the car seat straight on to the frame. I like it, my kids like it and I’m so grateful to the weeSpring Parent Panel for allowing me this opportunity to try this stroller in return for my honest review.
Date published: 2019-04-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fab features First things first I love that it looks like a higher end stroller . I love the face that I can’t use it for both of my babies (1yr old and 8 month) and if I’m only with one I can turn it into a single stroller.. frack always is a go to for me
Date published: 2020-04-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Priced right, GracoModes2Grow LOVE this stroller! I always wanted the very expensive version that starts with "Uppa" but could never wrap my head around spending that much on a stroller...enter Graco Modes2Grow...not only can it be used as a single stroller, forward or rear facing, but also as a double...which is exactly like it's much more expensive counterpart. the overall feel of this stroller is a little more plastic feeling, snapping the pieces together is stiff...maybe it will become easier with time/use. Little guy loved it solo, wasn't as happy with the baby and he were strapped into the seats, but I can definitely see this making life much easier when he doesn't want to walk anymore. I really love this stroller for the price, although I was fortunate enough to get this from weeSpring to test, I would completely buy it on my own.
Date published: 2019-04-29
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