Enjoy going on walks with your baby while strolling along with the Graco FastAction Fold Stroller - Orlando. Designed with a lightweight and sturdy frame, this stroller features a one-second, single-step fold that makes it easy to travel with. The multi-reclining seat lies flat so your tired baby can take a nap if they're worn out while the canopy helps to protect them from the sun. The FastAction stroller has a convertible three- or five-position harness which grows with your child, and can hold children weighing up to 50 pounds. The lockable front swivel wheels with suspension provide superior maneuverability making it easy for you to get around. The extra-large storage basket on the bottom makes sure that you have plenty of room for the diaper bag, jackets, and more, while the parent's tray has a storage area perfect for your keys or phone, and also two deep cup holders for your convenience. The FastAction stroller also has a child's tray that pivots or comes off completely so it's easy to get your child in and out, as well as a cup holder so your child has a place for their drink as well. The seat cushion is removable for easy washing, and this stroller accepts any Graco infant car seat.
When Russell Gray and Robert Cone joined forces in 1942, baby products were not their focus. The pair originally formed Graco Metal Products in Philadelphia, Penn. The firm created machine and car parts for local manufacturers for 11 years. Gray left in 1953, leaving Cone as sole owner, and Cone got the idea to manufacture baby products from a Graco employee, David Saint, father of 9. Inspired by the idea of Mrs. Saint soothing her babies on the backyard glider, the Graco Swyngomatic was born. The Swyngomatic sold millions, catapulting Graco to become a leader in manufacturing juvenile products in the process. Since then, Graco has set the industry standard with products like the Pack N' Play and the Travel System. Graco is one of the world's best known and most trusted juvenile products companies. Product safety, quality, reliability, and convenience are their main sources of pride, and are recognized by parents and parenting authorities alike.