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Graco UrbanLite Stroller, Rittenhouse (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Accepts all graco snugride infant car seats to create your own travel system
  • Stroller holds child up to 50 pounds for years of comfortable strolling
  • One-hand standing fold with storage latch, no bending necessary
  • Multi-position reclining seat lies flat for baby's comfort
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
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Technical Details
Item Weight21 pounds
Product Dimensions28 x 19 x 40 inches
Item model number1815069
Maximum weight recommendation50 Pounds
Material TypePhthalate Free, Latex Free, Lead Free, BPA Free
Batteries requiredNo
Specification metcertified frustration-free
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #64,230 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight22.6 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Shipping Advisory:This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
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Product Description

Lightweight travel never looked so good The Graco Urban Lite 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.

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Customer Reviews

Easy to fold and unfold.
Dennis A. Reed
This stroller is extremely light, so light that our 3 year old who ways 37 lbs can pick it up.
Great color and pattern!

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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By jamaicanese on April 25, 2012
I searched far and wide to find a lightweight stroller that was sturdy enough to withstand a toddler but not throw my back out and get my clothes dirty every time I loaded it in and out of the trunk! My Britax stroller was huge, clunky and was almost impossible to load into the trunk as it kept unfolding by itself. Plus the wheels would be constantly touching my clothes as I tried to lift it. Tip: avoid any stroller that you have to unfold by lifting up on a strap in the center of the stroller seat because it makes the folded stroller thick and very difficult to load into your car. They call this "one handed folding" but it's not what it's cracked up to be and actually more of a pain.

This Graco stroller has a release button built into the handle and lever which makes it pretty easy to fold down. While it's not a "one handed" folding mechanism it's much easier in my opinion.

In general Graco has always built solid, practical, functional strollers at very reasonable prices. Forget the pricey Euro or fancy pseudo "jogging" strollers, Graco is the Toyota of strollers - dependable, efficient, does it's job well. The Rittenhouse is one of the prettiest Graco styles around with a coordinating basket, canopy and seat in a paisley black and white print so fashionable yet gender neutral. I think Graco is improving their aesthetics with the Rittenhouse. While Graco made very functional strollers I had always thought that they looked really boring almost dowdy, but this one is a style winner.

Combine that with functionality such as fully reclineable seat (using a bar not a drawstring!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By SH on August 22, 2012
the Graco UrbanLight is a beautiful stroller, I love the pattern.
It's Super Light weight - 19 lbs(great when you need to carry up stairs)
easy to collapse, not bulky at all,folds flat and easy to store(great for those that need to take the bus or just dont have extra space to store things, and fits well in the trunk of the car)
nice fabric and cushioning, cozy for sleeping baby,
big canopy for extra shade on baby.
big sturdy storage bin,
the seat leans back flat(great for infant or sleeping baby),
the stroller and wheels are very sturdy and durable compared to other strollers, even though they are made of plastic with a rubbery foam,(good enough)
height adjustable handle for short or taller people to push the stroller.

I love this and recommend this to anyone that wants a great stroller with out braking the bank. after trying other strollers I have no complaints about this one.
I tryed other graco strollers, and the chicco cortina, so in my opinion, compared to those poorly made and some overpriced strollers, this is the best!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By J.S. on July 18, 2012
I am giving this stroller five stars because, as far as travel systems go, it is wonderful. First, this particular print is gorgeous. It looks far better in person than it does online. I remember being very pleasantly surprised when it arrived. Second, it rides really smoothly and is a cinch to push with one hand. Third, for a travel system, it is pretty light.

That said, it does have many of the same drawbacks as other large strollers. Since I bought mine, I have a moved to a much bigger city and it can be cumbersome to have such a large stroller in this setting. So, when I am headed downtown or when I am using public transportation, I either end up pulling out the umbrella stroller or I use the baby k'tan and just wear my son. This stroller is currently used mostly for going on walks around the neighborhood or running errands such as going to the grocery store--the large storage basket underneath does make it perfect for shopping. I am sure I would use it a lot more if I still lived in a place where you drive more than you walk or use public transportation. In retrospect, for my lifestyle, I should have bought a snap and go and then invested in a better umbrella stroller. But, if you live in the suburbs, this stroller is probably ideal for you and it rides so well that I have never even considered that I should have invested in a "better" stroller for my five-mile morning walks.

One more thing to know about--the cup holders hold the cup, but coffee splashes everywhere if you aren't in an environment like a mall where the ground is perfectly smooth. This isn't a big deal for me, since I find it easy to hold a dring in one hand and push the stroller with the other, but it is definitely worth knowing about.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 17, 2013
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I owned a wonderful Graco Metrolite stroller, the predecessor to the UrbanLite, for several years. I first purchased it on Amazon nearly 8 years ago and used it for my two older kids. I am kicking myself that I gave it away when a friend had a baby. :-( I loved it so much that I came running back to get the UrbanLite when my youngest, now 22 months old, had outgrown her Chicco Liteway.

This is a fabulous stroller, just like MetroLite. Roomy seat - big enough to accommodate a child well into toddlerhood, nice big rubber wheels, insanely large storage basket, comfy padded (and adjustable!) push bar, cup holders for mom & dad, snack tray for kiddo, easy to open/close - it's all there.

However, unlike my trusty MetroLite, the fabric on this one is a BEAR to keep clean. Unless I wanted to order the stroller/carseat combo, which I obviously didn't need, my only choice at Amazon was the Rittenhouse fabric.. It's pretty enough, but every single, solitary crumb or speck of dirt not only shows up on the fabric, it does NOT wipe off easily. It's a very soft cottony fabric - not the more durable nylon-type fabric I had on the MetroLite (and that's available on most strollers). Instead of being able to easily swipe off crumbs, dirt and food bits cling to the fabric and then schmear all over the place when I attempt to clean them up. This isn't such a terrible thing except it's BLACK. EVERYTHING shows up. After just a few weeks of use, this thing looks dingy and gross - and we're only giving our kiddo things like Cheerios and Goldfish crackers (and not on every outing!). It's not like she's painting the seat cusion with peanut butter or mayonnaise. :/ Additionally, that sweet black-and-white toile print at the footrest is a reeeeally bad idea.
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