Featured Review: Combi Fold n Go Single Stroller

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A couple of weeks ago we reviewed the brand new Combi Fold n Go Double Stroller. Today we are all about the single version! The Combi Fold n Go Single is a lightweight, compact, and easy to fold stroller that is great for travel and on-the-go for one child. We love the huge canopy, large roomy seat (the seat back is short though!), big basket and super easy, one-handed fold. If you are looking for a great travel stroller that works with a baby 6 months to 50 lbs, you definitely want to take a peek at our in-depth Baby Gizmo video review of the Combi Fold n Go Single Stroller.



  1. Thank you so much for all your great reviews! My Chicco Liteway Plus just broke (the wheel broke off!) and we are heading to Disneyland with my 16 month-old in just a couple of weeks! The Combi Fold n Go looks like a stroller I would like to check out, but it seems to be only available directly through Combi right now. Do you know if/when/where it will be available in retail stores? Also, I am interested in the Summer Infant 3D-one Stroller (which also seems to be new), the Joovy Groove and the Uppababy G-Luxe. Do you have any other suggestions on other strollers I should be looking at? And/or could you recommend one from those that I am already considering? This will be my primary stroller that I will use to run errands (I already have a good jogging stroller). It will mostly live in the SMALL back cargo area of my car – it’s very narrow when I have the 3rd row of seats up – the Chicco Liteway barely fit. The Chicco Liteway was about 23 pounds and that was fine – lighter would be better, but not a big deal. We will be traveling via airplane with this stroller a few times a year. I would like something that rides a little smoother than the Liteway and would be comfortable enough for my baby to sleep in. A huge basket underneath would be a plus! Even better would be if the basket was easy to get in and out of! I don’t like how most umbrella strollers don’t come with some kind of kid’s snack bar – this is why the Combi caught my eye – but I realize the snack bar might keep it from fitting in my car.. My husband and I are average height (I am 5′ 5″) so we don’t need adjustable handles. This will be our “last” stroller” so I don’t need it to work with a car seat since my little one is past the “newborn” stage. I have noticed that some umbrella strollers give you the option of having your child face you – is this something that is helpful for toddlers and pre-school aged children? I am willing to pay up to $350.00. I’d love a light, compact umbrella stroller that rides and feels like a Cadillac 🙂 Any advice would be greatly appreciated!


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