Summary: This G-LiTE stroller is a great for navigating in restaurants, stores, and other urban setting. While we love our Bugaboo Cameleon stroller for longer hikes, we find the G-LiTE stroller a good alternative in city setting, as it is light, easily transportable, and very well designed for Moms with no extra helping hand.
Summary: Wasn't sure if this stroller would live up to all the hype, but it did and more. Great steering, compact, and nice padding for comfort. Super light weight, BONUS! Stands on it's own when folded too.....amazing. Love all the color choices, we picked citron. Very happy that the sun visor has an extension and pulls all the way forward, very important in the sunshine state for my fair skinned daughter.
Summary: My third child just turned 6 months old and we were in need of a lightweight umbrella stroller for NYC. I had Macs with my first two and did not love them. They drove well for a brief time only and the wheels on both broke quickly. Also, I wanted a padded seat. I was so happy to find this stroller! The seat is very padded and soft for a younger baby, and the padding is easily removable if you prefer. The handles are tall and comfortable.
Summary: I bought this to use for my 14-month old grandson. My daughter has a carseat/baby carrier/stroller system that is great for her but I wanted something more compact and easy to use. This folds and unfolds in a snap, is extremely light weight, yet is very sturdy.
Summary: March 3rd, 2009
We bought this stroller just before a vacation to Florida. It did great - folded easily, lightweight, handy carrying strap and our 11-month old son seemed very comfortable. It is very similar to the more common McLaren, but this one is much cheaper, the rain cover is included and is made right here in Massachusetts. We would definitely recommend it to others.
Summary: We purchased this stroller for a trip from TX to CA via American Airlines. The stroller was great! No complaints, at all. We took full advantage of the sunshade and appreciate the weight of the stroller and the nice padded seat. I had a hard time trying to decide if I wanted the recline that the Uppababy G-luxe offers but when the baby was asleep I just tilted the stroller back and it tooled fine. She also slept without it tilted back and didn't seem bothered one bit.