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UPPAbaby G-Luxe Stroller, Denny (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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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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Product Description

Product Description

The new reclining G LUXE has the same lightweight sleek features of the G LiTE while allowing your child to recline comfortably Weighing in at lbs it is the lightest full size reclining umbrella stroller in the U S

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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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
  
Additional Information
ASINB003OBU0KM
Best Sellers Rank #92,661 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight15 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  
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3.5 out of 5 stars

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Chitownmom on February 17, 2011
We got the Uppa since we live in the city in a 3rd story walk up and though we would want a lightweight easy to carry stroller. I love that it is small and lightweight but it has 3 major flaws that are probably going to mean I need a new stroller way too soon.

The biggest issue: The straps on the harness don't have much adjustablity in them, they dont retread threw a higher hole in the stroller and they just aren't long enough, especially when you put your baby in a snow suit or jacket. Our daughter is about 30 inches tall at 9 months and 21 lbs and in her snow suit the straps are way too short to go over her shoulders. Even without it they are pretty much at max capacity.

Other problems that are more minor but still annoying: The basket is terribly small, as in good luck getting a diaper bag into it. When the seat is reclined the basket is just unreachable, thus making it useless most of the time. This leads to the next problem, if you have any weight on the back handle (say for example the diaper bag you cant fit in the tiny unreachable basket) and take your baby out it will immediatly flip the whole stroller over. There needs to be a bit more weight in the front of the stroller to counter act this. The other flaw is the wheels have zero tread (as in they are hard plastic that looks like it has tread marks but really they arent there) if you have the brakes on while you are on a bus or train you still need to hold onto the stroller otherwise it will still slide away because it has no traction.

It's frustrating because these are all minor things that could easily be fixed but they make it sort of a love hate relationship every time I have to use it. On the plus side the canopy is fantastic, it is really light, and the shoulder strap is handy.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By H. Chung on October 2, 2011
I bought the Uppababy G-Luxe because I really hated my Orbit stroller which was too heavy and difficult to fold/open. At first, I liked the G Luxe because it was light and easy to open and close. But then the little circular buttons on the handles (where your thumbs would be) fell out and caused rain water to get in. Customer service was nice enough to send me new ones, which also fell out after just 2 weeks. Then, a big problem occurred after about 10 uses. When my son (who weighs 30 pounds) would put his feet on the footrest, it would hang down on the wheel and cause the stroller to stop. If my son's feet aren't on the footrest, then his dangling feet would stop the wheel and cause the stroller to stop. So I had to stop using it after a month.

The best stroller out of the ones I have (I have Orbit, Bob Ironman, Instep Suburban Safari, Uppababy G-Luxe, Maclaren Twin Techno, and Baby Jogger City Mini) is the Baby Jogger City Mini. It's light enough without being flimsy. Super easy to fold. Handles corners and bumps super well. And it's comfortable for my son.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Nevrika on March 3, 2013
I have the following strollers, purchased in the order as listed: Maclaren Triumph, BJCM and G-Luxe.

I bought the G-Luxe because this is the lightweight stroller with the best canopy. If I want this kind of canopy in a Maclaren I would be looking at 15 lbs or more in Techno XT or XLR. Then I may as well use BJCM which is the best all-around stroller except when I am going up and down the stairs at the subway station with a kid in it.

I have the G-Luxe for two and a half months now. The back wheels already got replaced twice due to broken brake levers. The customer service is great, but I am disappointed at the quality of the stroller. I also started having squeaky wheels.

The rain cover for this stroller is also horrible. It doesn't fit G-Luxe properly. You can't secure the bottom part of the cover. Whenever you get indoor, you have to take the rain cover out completely . You can't just roll it up because the material is not that flexible and the side straps make it difficult to do so. BJCM and Maclaren have much better rain cover design.

G-Luxe vs Maclaren:
G-Luxe has the better canopy and more accessible basket but everything else Maclaren is a much better stroller. Maclaren has a solid feel to it and it is obviously more durable. Maclaren is so easy to steer. G-Luxe doesn't even come close in this department especially when you actually put a kid in it. G-Luxe seat is very narrow compared to Triumph. With a winter coat on, my kid's shoulders and arms are spilling out of the seat area.

For now I am packing the G-Luxe back in the box as a backup if I ever break my Triumph and BJCM.
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By RS06 on January 14, 2011
The Uppababy G-Luxe is an aesthetically pleasing stroller. It is light, easy to handle, easy to fold, looks great, and seems comfortable. The attached shoulder strap for carrying purposes makes it easy to lug along when it's folded, and the stroller itself folds into a very compact size. I bought this stroller during the summer, when my son was 13 months old. In the summer he fit into the stroller well. However, he is now 18-months-old, not particularly big for his age, but cannot fit at all into the straps with his winter coat on (which is actually on the snug side). I am unable to buckle him into the stroller at all. I am now so disappointed that I am unable to use this stroller for the entire winter (in the northeast), and that it seems to have been a waste of money. When I called the Uppababy company to ask if there was anything they could do for me, they said "Sorry. We have no strap extenders or anything that would help." They didn't seem the slightest bit apologetic (other than the insincere, flippant "sorry"). When I said that I basically now have a stroller that I can't use, they said "well, at least you can use it in the summer!" They said they do get this complaint from time to time during the winter but that there was nothing they could do. I see much older children in Maclaren strollers, and I'd highly recommend AGAINST buying the Uppababy umbrella-type strollers unless you live in year-round warm weather climate.
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