ChiccoKeyFit Caddy Stroller Frame



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This practical stroller frame is the perfect match to the Chicco Keyfit infant car seat.

About this Product
  • Audible click to signal Chicco Keyfit car seat is attached securely
  • Ultra-light aluminum frame weighs less than 12 lbs
  • One-hand fold
  • Space saver during the newborn period
  • Large, easy-to-access basket


The advantage of buying a stroller frame for your car seat (rather than a regular stroller with a car seat adaptor) is that the stroller frame is much lighter and takes up less room. Of course, the big downside is that it only works until your little one outgrows your infant car seat. If you’re going to buy a full stroller later, this frame might not really save you money. However, you may be very grateful for something super lightweight in the weeks following birth.

This is one of the best stroller frame options for a newborn if you have a Chicco Keyfit car seat, but keep in mind it won’t work with other car seats. The advantage of buying a Chicco frame rather than a generic frame for your Chicco car seat is that it attaches more easily and securely (with a click rather than a strap).

Parents like the spacious, easy-to-reach basket on this stroller frame. A minus (for this and most stroller frames) is that the handling might not be as smooth as on a regular stroller. It feels more like pushing a shopping cart. There’s also no sun protection canopy except for what’s provided by the carseat itself. It does fold one-handed though, and features built-in cup holders.


  • Weight of stroller: 11.2 lbs
  • Child weight limit: 22 lbs with Keyfit seat, or 30 lbs with Keyfit 30 seat
  • Storage basket weight limit: 10 lbs
  • Child height limit: Depends on car seat used with frame
  • Wheels: Plastic
  • Suspension: All wheels
  • Cleaning & maintenance: Handwash cold water / lubricate moving parts
  • Dimensions Unfolded: 37.2” x 20” x 35.5”
  • Dimensions Folded: 19.8” x 11.5” x 33.5”

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July 20, 2019

Lightweight and easy, mine started rattling after the first few uses, not sure how long it will last but it’s so reasonable and worth it.

May 20, 2019

Super compact, quick to fold out and hook car seat in!

November 12, 2018

Affordable option to tote little one around when they gain weight & get heavier! Not a lot of fancy stuff, but gets the job done. I've taken this on various terrain with different degrees of success and failure. The caddy does best on paved surfaces, but has handled okay on rougher terrain (gravel/pebbles, dirt track).

If you're looking for day-to-day use out shopping or for a quick stroll, this caddy will be great. But nature lovers, you may want to look at a more rugged stroller.

My partner did not have any problems assembling the stroller. It's also easy to fold/unfold, although it does take up a bit of space (we have a Subaru Crosstrek and it takes up a majority of the boot when folded flat).

July 17, 2018

So light and incredibly easy to use!

May 2, 2018

This stroller is lightweight, compact, and has a really big compartment for carrying stuff underneath. It's perfect to keep in the trunk for Target runs so you don't have to carry the heavy car seat into the store and throw in a cart.

April 2, 2018

Portable, quick and easy.

March 28, 2018

It couldn't be simpler to use and it's very lightweight.

June 7, 2017

Lightweight and super easy to have as your on the go stroller (not for taking on long walks with bumpy pavement though).

May 22, 2017

This was the only stroller we had for a while, so I used it, but I wouldn't use it again. You can only use it with the infant seat, which isn't for very long, and it feels really cheap. I guess if you were only going to use it in stores it might be okay; but outside, it's really jarring to hit any bumps, and if you hit a twig, the wheel sticks/stops rolling. It doesn't take up as much space as other types of strollers, but for me, it was too limited in its usefulness.