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Graco UrbanLite Stroller, Clairmont (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

from Graco
4.8 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews
About the Product
  • Hold child up to 50 pounds for years of comfortable strolling
  • Deluxe padded, multi-position reclining seat lies flat for baby's comfort
  • Lightweight stroller weighs less than 20 pounds
  • One-hand, standing fold with stroage latch, no bending necessary
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
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Product Description

Lightweight travel never looked so good. The Graco UrbanLite stroller accepts any top rated Graco infant car seat to create your own travel system. The stroller, which weighs less than 20 pounds, holds your child up to 50 pounds for years of use.

Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight22.7 pounds
Product Dimensions28 x 19 x 40 inches
UPC047406113743
Item model number1790752
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Maximum weight recommendation50 Pounds
Batteries requiredNo
Specification metcertified frustration-free
  
Additional Information
ASINB004ZK38JG
Best Sellers Rank #137,272 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight22.7 pounds
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

I had to write a review for this stroller, it is amazing! I was hesitant to buy it without reading reviews, but I am so glad I did. It is pretty close to the Graco Metrolite, but much better! The single front swivel wheels are super easy to steer and move around things. The basket underneath is huge! The canopy is much better than the Metrolite, it actually pivets away from the frame if needed, but also can be secured to the top via velcro. The folding is great as well, folds pretty compactly for a stroller of this size. We have a Jeep and it takes up 1/4 of our trunk if it is laying on the side, or about 2/3 of the trunk if laying flat. We have tried every stroller made, from UppaBaby to the cheap Maclarens, and this by far is our favorite!! You won't regret it! =)
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I love this stroller... It is very lightweight, reclines all the way, and has a pivoting sunshade... I recently bought this stroller to replace a Graco Metrolite... The only problem with it is that the storage basket is not accessible when the seat was fully reclined. That was a huge plus with the Metrolite.. Other then that, it handles nicely and was very comfortable for my 2 year old...
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our previous stroller was somehow broken , so i was careful when i bought this one. i went through the strollers .all of the reviews helped a lot. i checked this stroller out at a store , it is in between a regular stroller and a light one,which works perfect for us.our baby is a big 10 month old boy, many light strollers are not sturdy enough for him,hard to steer.also this stroll has a veeery big bag basket for moms,it is so practical ,and well designed.i was also looking for a stroller with a tray on, since my baby just started to feed himself. it turned out to be a good decision.compare to other fancy strollers, it looks more cozy,it is very well paded.it is in our price range,which was actually 200. i recommend!
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I owneds a Maclaren Quest and Eddie Bour and Chicco Cortina, and have seen tons of stroller both on stores and websites, including all the expensive Europen types, but Graco, you rock!

Very light weight for a fully equipped stroller, even lighter than "Maclaren's umbralla stroler!

5 points Harness and lockable wheels

Very easy to push, so light, the bar type handle (unlike two handlers# you almost feel nothing and so easy to control!

Huge storage basket PLUS easy to access-A Must Have for me,as active Mommy I have so many things to carry, diaper bag, lunch box, ice box, toys, clothes, most high price Europen has small storage or hard to access

Fully adjustable Chair #made by nice cusion and durable real metal with solid support beneath - NOT those cheezy cheap one just use "rope" and its reclining seat can do all the way to "real FLAT" for toddler's nap

Chicco Cortina-has two extruding firm "ear pads" that will be so tight on toddler "shouler" once your kid grow up a bigger and it's stroller is so heavy bulky hard to push

Finally, another MUST HAVE for me:
Reversible canopy-Adjustable and Movable Canopy, after all SUNSHINE comes from ALL ANGLES, NOT FIX, and sometimes, it is "front direction" NOT on top of your child's head! So a Movable Cabony is very important, as it then can shade from different angel whatever you need!

And only Half Price of Maclren!
Did I say it has it ALL?! Finally!
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The best thing I love about this stroller is that is becomes a travel system with my graco snugride car seat. It is really light and easy to assemble. I think I only looked at the instructions once to see how to attach the car seat.
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I had done so much research on strollers, it was dizzying! I first looked at travel systems. When I looked at reviews of travel systems, however, it seemed like only one of the products (the car seat or the stroller) would get a good review. Customers would really like one, but not the other. I finally decided I didn't want a travel system. I began looking at just strollers. Here were the two main things I wanted in a stroller...
1. Lightweight. Who wants to struggle with folding/opening/storing a heavy stroller while most likely carrying their baby in one arm?
2. Fully Reclines. I was surprised to find that many strollers nowadays don't have this feature. Most recline, but only partially. I wanted to be able to use the stroller while my daughter was a newborn and didn't want to wait to use it until she was a "supported" sitter.

The Graco Urbanlite Stroller met all of my expectations! I can fold it using one hand, and it's very lightweight! It also offers a fully recline position, a partially reclined position, and a sitting up position. The storage basket is very big, and the handle can adjust - two things that weren't important to me, but that I appreciate! I also love how the sun shade can be adjusted! The colors are gender neutral, and very attractive.

Two things to consider: 1) When the stroller is fully reclined, it's difficult to access the storage basket. Not important to me, but it might be important to someone else. 2) I did take this stroller on an unpaved path at a nearby state park. While the stroller held up, it was a very bumpy ride, and I ended up carrying my daughter instead because I felt bad. If you are looking for a stroller to take on unpaved paths, look at a jogging stroller instead.

My only regret is that I didn't get to use it outside more before the cold weather came!
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