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UPPAbaby 2013 G-Lite Stroller, Jake Black (Older Version) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • polyester twill
  • Imported
  • Easy-fold triggers enable a quick fold; No foot action required
  • Stain and water resistant fabric and removable seat pad
  • Extendable SPF 50plus sunshade and included cup holder
  • G-Lite stands on its own and out of the way
  • Carry strap allows you to pick up the G-Lite with one hand
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UPPAbaby 2013 G-Lite Stroller, Jake Black (Older Version) (Discontinued by Manufacturer) + UPPAbaby G-Lite and G-Luxe Stroller Rain Cover (Discontinued by Manufacturer) + UPPAbaby G-Series Stroller Travel Bag, Black (Older Version) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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Product Description

The G-Lite is sure to become your most indispensable "accessory". With a removable seat pad and Stain Defend fabrics, the lightweight and compact G-Lite is perfect for quick trips or anywhere space is limited.

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Technical Details
Item Weight8.8 pounds
Product Dimensions32 x 19.5 x 42 inches
OriginChina
UPC817609011074 817609010671
Item model number0127-JKE
Target genderUnisex
Maximum weight recommendation55 Pounds
Batteries requiredNo
  
Additional Information
ASINB00BEJP498
Best Sellers Rank #34,703 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight15.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  
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This was perfect for traveling.
mashabanana
It was worth the purchase especially since the weight capacity is higher than other umbrella strollers.
T. Cottrell
Very light weight and easy to use.
lauren lovett

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140 of 145 people found the following review helpful By gshoes on June 3, 2013
I took my G-Lite for a full day trip to NYC today and I'm overall very impressed with it. My trip involved two New Jersey Transit trains, a subway ride, and a long walk.

Pros:
Super lightweight. At 4 months pregnant I was able to carry my 25lb son (in an Ergo Carrier), my backpack diaper bag, and the stroller up the train steps with no problem.
Easy unfold. A lot of umbrella strollers I looked at involved annoying levers and clips. The G-Lite flops open with the release of one clip and locks into place by stepping on one foot petal.
Generous storage (for an umbrella stroller). I fit my ergo carrier and my diaper bag in the storage net. The diaper bag didn't completely fit but the shoulder strap (which runs down the center back of the stroller) doubles as a luggage strap keeping oversized items contained.
Handles like a dream. I was able to steer it with one hand, pop over curbs, navigate gaps between the train and the station platform, and walk at a NYC pace with no problem.
Thin profile. My everyday stroller is the Britax B-Agile. I was really bummed when it didn't fit down New Jersey Transit train aisles. The G-Lite fits with room to spare.
Height. I'm 5ft 10 and I never felt hunched over.

Cons:
No recline (minus 1 star). This really made me hesitate when buying the stroller but in the end I needed a quality stroller that was lightweight so I went for it. I finally got my son to fall asleep in the G-lite (it took a lot more work than in a reclining stroller). Once he was asleep his head flopped over and to the side and he looked very uncomfortable. Next time I'll pack a small blanket that I can roll up next to his head.
Single shoulder strap.
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53 of 58 people found the following review helpful By maryam on December 20, 2013
Update 6/2014:

We have now taken this stroller on a handful of trips, including a 2-week-long European vacation. It's held up extremely well to being thrown around as checked luggage, crammed into the back of vehicles, and walked at least a couple hundred miles. It's light enough for two adults to lift it, fully loaded with toddler and gear, down flights of Paris Metro stairs, and substantial enough that the ride is solid and stable. The seat is really at the perfect angle, upright enough for my son to comfortable look around but with enough give that he can sleep comfortable (which he did a lot of on our day-long excursions). There's a carry strap in the back in case you need it, and the basket it big enough for at least a diaper bag, a soft structured carrier, and maybe some groceries. We also used this as a sort of luggage cart to and from the airport on the train (while my son was in a carrier), with a carseat in the seat area and with a couple carry-on bags too. When we aren't traveling, it lives in the trunk of my car for use in quick outings.

I wish the wheels were nicer - perhaps G-luxe wheels on the G-lite frame? They aren't horrible wheels or anything, but it would be nice if the ride was a tad smoother.

Overall, we are perfectly satisfied with this incredible simple travel stroller, and I'm glad we purchased it.

12/2013:
I purchased this recently after trying it out alongside the G-luxe. I walked into the store fairly certain that we'd be getting the G-luxe, but the G-lite (to my surprise) offers benefits that changed my feelings.

Yes, G-luxe is more padded than the G-luxe. Unfortunately, this padding shortens the depth of an already quite shallow seat.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By UrExfromTex on December 12, 2013
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We bought this stroller because I wanted a higher quality, lightweight umbrella stroller to transition to from our cheap (read: crappy) skeleton stroller. After reading the reviews, we decided to go with the G-Lite over the G-Luxe because I wanted the lighter weight stroller. I definitely received what I asked for with this stroller. It is really lightweight. I can easily pick it up with one hand. It's not hard to open or close. It steers very easily with one hand (learned that lesson the hard way with struggles fighting a stroller that would NOT go straight in the airport by myself with the baby). It's as smooth of a ride as you can get with cheap plastic wheels. I have to agree with the others in that the wheels are less than stellar especially considering the price tag. It appears to be a high quality, solidly constructed piece. The back of the stroller is all fabric. There are no cross bars or anything hard pressing against his back (different than other umbrella strollers I've seen). The amount of padding seems to be nice and comfy. The black and white color combo looks very smart and modern. I'm not sure if the lack of recline will be an issue for us or not. Time will time, I suppose. One potential issue we might have is fitting it in the back of my car. It folds up compact, but still lengthwise. The seat is a little large for my (23 lb. 30 in.) 6 month old. He sits a little awkwardly because he can't bend his knees since his thigh bones are on the small side for this stroller. This isn't a big problem for me. We bought this as a stroller he can grow into.

**Update**

We've had the stroller a couple of months now, and I am still happy with it. It's lightweight enough for my to easily carry and stow away by myself. It's held up well thus far.
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