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UPPAbaby G-Luxe Stroller, Denny

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  • Light weight aluminum frame, ergonomic tall handles, convenient carry strap
  • Shock absorbing front and rear suspension, larger wheels for a smoother ride
  • Canopy extension featuring spf 50 sun protection
  • Convenient one hand recline; stroller stands when folded
  • Easy access basket, cup holder attachment
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Color: Denny
Technical Details
Item Weight11 pounds
Product Dimensions43 x 12.4 x 10.5 inches
UPC893212001855
Item model number0061HM-DNY
Minimum weight recommendation5 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation40 Pounds
Additional product featuresCargo Basket, Canopy
OrientationForward Facing
Seating capacity1
Tire materialOther
SuspensionShock-absorbing, 4-Wheel
Wheel typeSwivel and Fixed
Number of reclining positions2
  
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ASINB003OBU0KM
Best Sellers Rank #57,728 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight15 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Color: Denny

From the Manufacturer

Providing parents with all the modern amenities to accommodate a quick trip to the store or a stylish stroll in the park, the G-LUXE is designed to simplify the day-to-day activities of busy parents. The G-LUXE offers a smooth ride and versatile features including a retractable canopy and reclining seat to help keep baby safe and happy.


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344 of 349 people found the following review helpful By candlewriter on June 20, 2009
When looking for an umbrella stroller that I could use on public transportation here in the city and for running quick errands, it came down to the G-Luxe or the Maclarens (Triumph and Quest). I test drove them all in the store and went with the G-Luxe, because: 1) it stands on its own when folded, which is REALLY handy when waiting for a train or bus, plus it takes up less storage space in the apartment that way; 2) it's better designed for taller people (both in terms of handle height and feet not kicking the back when you walk); 3) it has a cup holder; 4) the recline adjusts to any position (Maclaren has a few fixed positions, and the Triumph doesn't recline as far); 5) sun coverage seemed a little better; 6) it's cheaper. All the strollers were about equal in terms of having great maneuverability, and all have small but relatively functional storage baskets. The G-luxe is a two-hand fold, but it's super simple and smooth and requires no feet (so you can do it barefoot or in flip-flops); you only need the second hand for a split second, then the rest of the fold is one-handed. The Maclaren fold is one-handed but involve more steps, you have to use your foot, and I found it a bit stiff. The G-luxe fold is slightly less compact than the Maclaren because the wheels are a bit bigger, but the upshot is that bigger wheels = smoother ride (and the difference in compactness is really only slight--they are both compact strollers). The G-luxe is also slightly lighter than the Triumph and more than a pound lighter than the Quest.

The only thing I liked better about the Maclarens were the color options. (I ended up with the black G-luxe, and it's very sleek and classy, but I did love those muted Maclaren browns, blues, and greens.
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119 of 124 people found the following review helpful By D. Seeley on October 13, 2009
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I have probably bought 1000 items from Amazon in the last 10 years. This is the first time I have felt compelled to write a review.

We bought the G-Luxe a few weeks ago before a trip to Tuscany with our 9-month old daughter. After reading reviews and testing all the Maclaren models in stores we decided to take a chance on the G-Luxe. This stroller is fantastic, and gave me one of those rare consumer moments where I wondered why anyone would buy anything else. Briefly:

The build quality and materials are outstanding. I am a designer and sculptor and know something about industrial design.

Ergonomics are excellent. I am 6' and my wife is 5'-4" and we both found it very easy to push and use.

The wheels handled even difficult medieval cobblestones with no problem. Driving on flat stretches was ultra smooth. The brakes operate better than competitors.

Folding and unfolding operations are very slick and better than competitors.

The freestanding feature is surprisingly helpful.

The recline depth was crucial for us and offered our baby the ability to be fully upright for looking around and deeply reclined for sleeping. The recline mechanism works great and one-hand operation is possible. I'm unclear as to how anyone would find drawback to this simple and reliable mechanism.

In short, buy this. And spread the word about UPPA.
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30 of 33 people found the following review helpful By M. Campbell on May 29, 2009
I REALLY love my Uppababy G-Luxe. You don't see many out there yet because it's a new model, but... My petite 2 month old daughter (11lbs) rides comfortably in it with the help of a snuzzler, and my 8 month old nephew (a VERY chunky 25lbs) loves it too. Some of its best features:

-It's got a really simple recline (from sitting really straight up to almost lying flat, and any position in between - without clicking between positions)

-a very nice-sized basket for this type of stroller

-really nice squishy handles that are pretty high up (I'm 5'10, and it's very comfortable for me)

-breathable mesh seat... super important for us here in crazy hot Florida!

-suuuuper easy to fold - just release two latches on the handles and push them down to the ground... it attaches to itself automatically (no wonky foot action). Equally easy to open: release one latch, and push down with one foot.

-PRICE! For the quality of this stroller, you REALLY get your money's worth, and more. (It's HALF the price of the Maclaren ones!) I think it's because it's supposed to be Uppababy's "cheap" stroller, in contrast with their AWESOME but bulky Bugaboo-like Vista model. I'd go so far as to say that for the quality, it's pretty underpriced when you compare with the "comps" out there.

-It turns on a dime. Really. Excellent one-handed steering.

-Uppababy is famous for being good for people with long legs (Brooke Shields is a fan of the brand), but all their models are simply less annoying because they're made with the rear bars up higher... so you don't kick the stroller while you're walking.

-it stands ON ITS OWN when folded up (it has a little foot that balances it)

-a SHOULDER strap!
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60 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Robert Konkel on October 2, 2009
Color Name: Red Denny
I have used this stroller daily for 7 months, sometimes covering 5+ miles in a day.
It has held up extremely well, I chuckled when I read that it was consrutcted to "retain new appearance and feel" but I must say it has lived up to the claim. Where I live 80% of the terrain I cover is uneven brick sidewalks and cobblestone streets & paths, which must potentially increase wear 5 fold, but it still looks and performs as new, the fabric amazingly has neither faded nor shows signs of stress or wear. Below are some bullet points of the features I like about this stroller.

*Lightweight, I can easily carry this stroller in one hand with my 24 pound 18mo in the other, up two flights of stairs. Im the dad, but mom can easily do the same.

*Comfort, My toddler is able to rest on the go thanks to the cushy reclining seat.

*Storage, the netted basket under the seat holds with ease; a diaper me darling stuffed with 4 diapers and a plastic wipe container, a 12x10x6 soft sided luch pouch stuffed with a sippy cup, snacks, bibs, etc. A full change of clothes in a netted cinch sack, and a 3x2 lightweight blanket. and a few loose toys. and there is some room to spare, less if reclined.

*Durability. As I mentioned, we are really tuff on this stroller, banging it around brick & cobblestone streets, stuffing it in the back of the car with luggage and golf bags, exposing it to hours of sunlight, repeatedly spilling juice, accumulating sand and mud, puddle stains, etc. and it all cleans up easily and always looks new.

*Shade: The umrella shade has three fixed positions, and offers ample protection.

*Ergonomics/ease of use: I am 5'10 and can walk comfortably in an upright stance without ever kicking the wheels due to its upright forward positioning.
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