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Joovy Groove Umbrella Stroller, Greenie

by Joovy

List Price: $199.99
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  • Infinite one hand 149 degree seat recline, adjustable 5 point harness and footrest
  • 7" wheels with sealed bearings and all wheel suspension for a smoother ride
  • Easy one hand fold with automatic fold lock and carry handle
  • Zippered storage pocket, 2 cup holders and in seat mesh pockets for child
  • Oversized canopy with top view window and tall ergonomic 425" handles; Max child weight: 55 pounds
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Product Information

Color: Greenie
Technical Details
Item Weight17 pounds
Product Dimensions30.5 x 20.8 x 42.5 inches
Item model number802
Minimum weight recommendation121.2 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation55 Pounds
Batteries requiredNo
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Best Sellers Rank #82,884 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight22.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Product Description

Color: Greenie

The new and improved Joovy Groove stroller is totally new from the wheels up. First thing you notice when you open up the box is this techy looking super strong rectangle aluminum frame attached to the cleanest looking 600D fabric ever. Available in Joovy's bestselling colors, Blueberry, Greenie, Orangie and Black. Pop the huge canopy open and step back. You are the proud owner of the best looking and most functional umbrella stroller available today at any price. Just so happens that the Groove is a great value too. All of these features in a 17 pound Joovy built umbrella stroller. With a handle height of 42. 5", sealed bearing wheels and a comfortable child, pushing a stroller has never been easier.

Customer Reviews

The canopy is huge.
Dominique Cs Mirand
We have a Joovy double stroller but our oldest doesn't need it any more.
Mike Dockry
It's very lightweight, easy to carry and easy to fold.
Deborah Ramos

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

38 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Off2Go on May 28, 2012
Color Name: Blueberry
I was looking for a smaller stroller for traveling that could fit in the backseat of a car under feet, if necessary. This stroller is wonderful, but does have some limitations with little ones. Here area few pros and cons that I discovered with mine:

Pros: It is very sturdy and maneuvers very well one-handed
The leg rest comes up to provide a flat surface for little legs
The recline, thought not completely flat, is enough for a short nap
The seat is very wide and long, so my four-year-old fits perfectly in it
The wheels are rugged and sturdy and do well on sidewalks and grass (I haven't taken it over dirt yet); they don't feel wobbly like most umbrella strollers' wheels
There are two storage pockets attached to the stroller (since I can only fit a small water bottle and my wallet, I purchased a Sunshine Kids parent cup holder that attaches to the handles
There are two pockets in the seat for children's cups or snacks

Cons: The fabric is a little rough, but it wipes clean very easily
The storage basket seems big for an umbrella stroller, but I have a difficult time getting my things in and out of it (I ended up buying a J.L. Childress storage sling)
Though it is an umbrella stroller, it is a little heavy when carrying it one-handed
As the manufacturer states, the stroller is does not recline fully and is not meant for newborns
The stroller tips very easily when bags are on the handles, even if they are hanging on the side
The handles, though very comfortable to grip, are high and not adjustable. I am 5'3", so my elbows start to get a little soar after pushing the stroller through airports all day because of the angle of my arms. It would probably be very comfortable for someone over 5'6".
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Jdthvp on June 14, 2013
Color Name: Orangie Verified Purchase
This stroller is beautiful but why would i buy this one when i can buy joovy groove ULTRALIGHT umbrella stroller? This one is much heavier and the seat is more reclined in the up position. also, the color is gorgeos but I think it should have had more gray in some areas, such as the handles and the middle of the seat. its not just a matter of taste, this stroller got dirty just buy tanking it out of the box. also, the seat is a little unconfortable in the back since it has like metal rails on the other side unconfortable for your babys back (you want him to let you shop, don't you?) The ultralight doesn't have this problem. the fabric is durable and good quality but very rough on baby's skin. the ultrilight's fabric is different and i think it is water proof.
Buy the ultrilight instead and you will LOVE it. I was going to review it but unfortunatelly amazon doesn't sell it. I returned this one and bought the ultrilight at buybuy baby. and since amazon doesn't sell it I will review it here...so,
Today I went to 4 different places with my daughter and I loved every time I had to take out the stroller...it is hard to believe it but its true. most high quality umbrella strollers are heavy or bulky (or they are ultra light and cheap but don't have the features the ultrilight joovy has). I am 5 feet and everything feels big and heavy to me. I suffered greatly with my first stroller, chicco cortina travel system. but this one I LIFT IT WITH ONE HAND, and its a very small hand.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Momma119 on June 7, 2013
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I paid a lot of money for my first system (Britax B-Ready Stroller, Britax Chaperone Car Seat, Britax Convertible Car Seat). I love that system, but the stroller is too heavy for me to lug in and out of the car everyday, and it won't fit into small offices and stores. So, when my daughter turned 6 months old, I thought I would get a small umbrella stroller for everyday tasks. I wanted something simple, black in color, and not too expensive. I read all of the positive reviews for the First Years Ignite stroller ($59.99) and thought I would try it. I was disappointed and returned it. It is a step up from a $10 umbrella stroller, but it is not good enough quality for everyday use. My daughter is large, off the charts for height and weight, and at 6 months, she may be able to use the First Years Ignite for another couple of months before she outgrows it.

First Years Ignite:

The seat doesn't recline very much at all. And, it is hard - no padding. The hood is skimpy. The foot rest is NOT adjustable and there are two uncomfortable metal bars on both sides. The tires are cheap crap. And, don't get me started on the brakes. The front brakes are little flimsy plastic tabs that bend when you use them. They are sure to break off soon. You cannot access the basket underneath because bars are in the way. The First Years Ignite stroller is low quality and lots of plastic, but it is still heavy compared to higher-end umbrella strollers. I wouldn't use it, even if it was free.

I returned the First Years Ignite and bought a Joovy Groove. I had high hopes for the Joovy Groove, but I was disappointed in it too. It is a decent umbrella stroller compared to the First Years Ignite. But, it is too pricey for what you get. The Joovy Groove was on sale on Amazon for $169.99 (normally $200).
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