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UPPAbaby G-Luxe Stroller, Sebby/Teal (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

4.2 out of 5 stars 69 customer reviews
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  • Extended SPF 50 pop-out canopy for extra protection against UV rays
  • Hand-level folding triggers - no foot action required
  • High-performance, 5.5" diameter wheels and lockable front wheels for added stability
  • Tall ergonomic handles for easier pushing
  • Stands when folded
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Product Description

Weighing in at just pounds the G Luxe is the lightest full size reclining umbrella stroller in the US It s infinite recline up to degrees makes it great for those unexpectedly long trips when your child needs a nap

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Weighing in at just 11 pounds, the G Luxe is the lightest full-size reclining umbrella stroller in the US. It's infinite recline (up to 120 degrees) makes it great for those unexpectedly long trips when your child needs a nap.

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Technical Details
Item Weight11 pounds
Product Dimensions44 x 13 x 12 inches
Item model number0083-SBY
Maximum weight recommendation50 Pounds
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Best Sellers Rank #79,996 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight16.8 pounds
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I've had this stroller for a couple of months now, and I love it. I truly think that moving from the full sized stroller that went with my infant travel system to the GLuxe has improved my quality of life! I wish I had done it sooner. My very tall, 30-lb 19-month old son is quite comfortable in it and looks like he will continue to be for some time. My only size concern is the waist straps-we don't have much room to enlarge them, so it may not be the best choice of stroller for a more rotund child. The operation of opening and closing the stroller only took a little practice to master, and now I find it very smooth and easy to operate. I love how light it is. The carry strap was an important feature for me. Recently, i was in a mall with my son and the elevator was broken. I was able to take him out of the stroller, fold it, put it on my shoulder with the strap, and carry it and him down the escalator with no trouble. The standing while folded feature is also great. Some people have complained that it's not terribly sturdy in this position. For my purposes, I think its fine. I'm able to fold it and stand it next to my table at a restaurant and have it be out of the way but in sight. (I don't want to leave a nearly $200 stroller hanging out in the lobby...) Folded, it takes up very little room in my little trunk, so i can actually store things other than the stroller in there for the first time in more than a year and a half. (old stroller took up the entire trunk) The sun shade is nice and generously sized, and the basket underneath is convenient for small shopping bags or folded coats. Don't plan on stowing large bags down there, but it's handy for small things. The stroller handles like a dream. It's extremely smooth to operate, and you can easily steer it one-handed.Read more ›
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I just recently purchased the G-Luxe for a plane trip I was taking with my 10-month old son. We live in an urban area and have a big heavy Teutonia that I use for walks on the city sidewalks and off-roading but it's just too big for travel and takes up the entire trunk of my Avalon.

Overall I really like the G-luxe. I was torn between the G-Luxe, the always popular Maclarens, and the Baby Jogger City Mini. I eliminated the Maclarens because I just couldn't get the release button to work on the harness. It was so difficult. Even the store representatives struggled with it. Also, they just felt flimsier t me. Maybe this is a result of the aluminum frame but I just didn't see quality for the money. I came very close to purchasing the BJCM and probably would have if I didnt already have an all-purpose stroller. It was just too expensive and heavy to justify as my travel stroller. It's also pretty wide with the 3-wheel system and weighs about 5 lbs more than the G-Luxe. The one-hand fold though is FANTASTIC. Uppababy is local for me (Massachusetts)and I try to support local businesses when I can.

Things I love about the G-luxe:
Light and easy to fold once you get the hang of it. You do need two hands but I've managed it several times while holding my baby.
Easy-ish to open but the locking petal is a little stiff. My husband kept asking if he would break it by stepping too hard. Maybe this will get better with use.
I love the 5-point harness and the release button is so much easier than the Maclarens.
The sun canopy is fantastic. Easily the most coverage I've seen on any umbrella stroller.
It has an adjustable recline which is also very rare on umbrellas. It's a draw sting system so it's very adjustable.
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UPDATE: 2.5 years in and we still love it. We have a new baby we are getting ready to use it on too. Our eldest still loves riding it too. It's just so comfortable, has such a great canopy, and has held up really well. So happy we spent the money to get such a good stroller. One thing I've noticed is that a lot of umbrella strollers are really short and parents hunch over when walking. This is not the case with this one. So much more comfortable since handles are at a good height for my 5'6" frame and my husband's 6'1" frame.

UPDATE: 4 Months in and we still could not be happier with this stroller. It works great and we have had zero problems. Our daughter loves it too!

We are absolutely in love with this stroller. We looked at MANY strollers before deciding on this one. I browsed on line for weeks, read reviews, and almost ordered a different one online before deciding I needed to see them in person. We checked them all out. I originally thought I'd get a cheap one (like $50 or less) but decided you really do get what you pay for. Others, in the $100-$130 range just felt cheaper. We finally narrowed it down between this one and the McLaren Triumph. I had heard great things about the McLarens, but I wasn't as impressed in person. They are pretty pricey and seemed to bulky, imo. So we chose this one.

- Steers/drives great. Even though it's a two handle stroller, it pushes pretty well one handed--unlike most two handle strollers.
- Reclines: this was important to us as our daughter is only 7 months old. It's great when we are out shopping, she can easily lay back for a nap, or sit up if she wants to see what's going on.
- Sunshade: It has an extendable UV blocker.
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