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|Product Type: Bases||Gender: Unisex|
|Country of Manufacture: China|
From then on, whatever category it entered, Graco set the standard: the firm's Pack N' Play Portable Playards, designed by Nate Saint, the son of the Swyngomatic's inventor, was introduced in 1987, and achieved the same kind of success as Graco's wind-up swings. The Pack N' Play is now found in millions of homes across North America. Graco raised the bar further when it introduced the Travel System, the first product that allowed you to quickly click a car seat into and out of a stroller, making life easier for mom and dad by allowing them to move a sleeping infant from house to automobile to stroller without waking the little one up.
Today, Graco continues its tradition of innovation, with products like the aluminum-framed Quattro Tour stroller and the Pack 'n Play SPORT which is the perfect choice for families who enjoy outdoor fun. In 1998, Graco proudly acquired Century Car Seats, combining two of the most respected brand names in baby products, and leading to innovative products like the TurboBooster youth booster car seat.
Today, Graco is a Newell Rubbermaid company, with 1500 associates worldwide. While a half-century has brought many changes to Graco, the dedication and commitment to designing and manufacturing top-quality products that inspire parents and babies alike.
Rachel from Waukesha, WI– Verified Buyer
It's nice that you can purchase just the base seperate from the travel system. We have purchased a base for each one of our vehicles and it has saved us from installing and uninstalling the original one every time we travel. Graco keeps our little guy safe and secure every time we travel
carol from PA– Verified Buyer
My grandchild is due anytime now so I haven't had a chance to use the seat. Hope it works as well as everyone says.
Barbara from Tomball, TX– Verified Buyer
Product was what I ordered.. very satisfied. Shipping took longer than originally stated