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  • Chris T.
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    Nice stroller. It was small enough to get through tight spaces. Easy to fold.

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    David N. November 29, 2016
  • Graco UrbanLite Stroller in Rittenhouse
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    Excellent I am very happy with the stroller, very good, great, I would recommend to anyone

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    golabsp53 May 7, 2013
  • best stroller ever

    I got this product 6 months ago and I still love it. My 5 year old was able to sit comfortably in it so I know it will grow with my 11 month old. I did a lot of research and found this to be the best stroller for the price. I was a little bummed I couldn't try it out in the store but still it had all the features I wanted. -only two front wheals.... not those stupid double things that get in the way -it has a metal bar for the back seat adjustment.... no strap to get tangled and I can do it with one hand. I think they did a good job with the angles it sits/reclines/lays at too. -large basket.... I'm able to take this to the rec center and fit towels, swim toys, clothes, shoes and lunch under for both my sons and I. -trays/drink holders.... I can have two large drinks for me and feed my baby his lunch on his tray.... plus I didn't have to pay $20 extra. -I can sling a large diaper bag over the back and it doesn't tip over. -large sun shade -straps... I was able to remove the shoulder straps (pointless!) and have a 3 point system for my baby. -small.... really, I can do SO much with this stroller for it's compact size -fits my graco safe seat! -wipes clean easily -can unfold with one hand... although it can be a bit tricky. -one lever to release the brakes..... I can even do it barefoot. -adjustable handle bar... I can push it in heals and I can lower it when my oldest wants to push. -screen sides on sun shade... keeps my baby from fussing because he can sit back and still see out! Folds compactly... It may not be as small as a umbrella stroller but with the handle bar folded under I can lay it on it's side in my suv and it takes up VERY LITTLE space. What I don't love -the color ran a tad when some water from the swimming pool got on it. I think it was the chemicals because I've wiped it many times since then and the color has stayed. -the sun shade can either be folded up, over your baby or released from the back and in the front of your child.... there is no 'middle ground.' because you have to release the shade by a velco tab on the back. It was a bummer when I found that out. -the black color. I liked the 'antique' look with the fabric and so did my husband (who is very particular about our boys not having 'girly' prints) but that changed once our baby had a snack.... man it looked dirty! The plus side is that it wipes clean very easily (I'm talking baby wipes in the middle of costco and 3 did the job) -lame 'tray' for adults. Really, they could have put a larger one it.... you don't need an open area to fold it. I think the little tray is for a smart phone because mine fits perfectly. I don't mind the small tray so much because I just put things in my purse I hang on the back. All in all I would still buy this stroller again. I really do love it.

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    vjandlittleone March 27, 2013
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