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By Tammy 3.
Costa Mesa, CA, United States
Wish I had known more
January 19, 2018
I was so excited when I got this stroller, I had read all about it and even had a friend who has it recommend it to me. When I found out we were having another baby I thought it would be perfect. My daughter is 2 now and will still be when the baby comes. Right away after assembling it I was worried I made a mistake. I'll start with the cons, my 2 year old looked super scrunched in it with her head rubbing against the sunshade and her legs looked cramped. Put her baby doll in one seat and her in the other and I tried her in all the different possible positions. Every single position you couldn't get one of the seats to recline because they bump together. The footrest of the other seat hit her chins at every angle and if I try to recline baby seat I have to ask her to lift her legs out first and then put them back. This will be very difficult if you have two sleeping children. I'm also worried because I got mine with the double thinking this would work for years to come but I don't see how I will ever use both seats together because I will start with the infant car seat and by the time we switch my daughter definitely won't fit. I read other reviews as well and I am extremely disappointed to hear that the Graco doesn't work well in this because that is the car seat I intend to use. If I had known all of this before I would not have wanted it. It's also heavy and bulky and doesn't ride smooth as I expected.On the positive side:It's still a cool stroller, it's good for two small babies, it's nice looking, it does fit through doorways and it's nice that the seats fold in half.
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By Marissa
Florida, United States
Lux not "lux"
January 17, 2018
Loved my city mini, and was super excited about the lux coming out, decided to splurge and buy a new lux double, i have spent a fortune on all the add ones to make it what we need, for the price point, snack trays and some type of parent tray should be included!
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By Kimberly
California
Nice stroller!
January 7, 2018
This is a nice atroller and has some improvements over the city select, which I owned previously. The good:Love the subdued fabrics. A welcome change from my bright ruby red CS. I hate a dirty stroller so I really like the folding seats because I feel it helps to keep them clean when the stroller is folded up in the car trunk. I like the idea of the bench seat and tote options but with 3 kids (twins and a 3 year old) they don't really work for me. Tandem arrangement is narrow and easy to get through doors. Same size seats- both seats are the same size unlike the uppababy baby vista or Phil and Teds so its bwtter suited for twins. The not so good:Its rather heavy to lift in and out of the car. I get it, its made to hold two children and needs to be sturdy. But this it not a stroller I want to take in and out of the car regularly (I plan on buying a maclaren twin triumph later on for the car). I feel like a rolling circus with twins in the bassinets and a toddler on a roller board. This thing is long, heavy and not super easy to maneuver when fully loaded up. Its better without the roller board but the little ones are still small. I imagine with two 30+ kids in seats this will feel pretty sluggish. Some of the car seat adapter seem awkward. I have the Peg Perego one and there is a cross bar that simply falls out unless its anchored into the stroller. So putting it on requires holding the bar with one hand to keep it in place while trying to click in the rest of it. Not well thought out and the fold with the adapters on is bulky.The bassinet straps are just plain sloppy. In the product photos, the straps flank the pocket evenly but these were preproduction images. Baby Jogger assured me that mine is correctly sewn but one of the straps is sewn UNDER the pocket, instead of evenly spaced around the pocket as in all the product photos. Not so pretty looking. I wish theyd just left the handle off, like a bugaboo bassinet. That being said, I'd buy it again because the good outweighs the bad. Most of my not so great issues would be the same for any tandem double stroller (big, heavy and awkward).
By dana72
Nashville, TN, United States
I want to love this but ....
December 23, 2017
I bought this stroller in July 2017 after my twins were born prematurely. We decided we wanted a tandem stroller that could also be used with their car seats (use the chicco/peg perego adapter). This stroller rolls easy, looks great, and easily fits down aisles. It almost easily fits between two parked cars (final decision on why we wanted a tandem) but the rear wheel base is wide and we have had some issues with this. I really, really do not like leaving one twin sitting behind my van while loading the other and with frequent doctor appointments we don't always have the option of parking in empty lots and/or far away from other cars. There are two main cons with this stroller for us: 1st, we have to remove one of the adapters every time we fold the stroller. It's a pain. This adapter has a bar that goes across which tends to fall out and requires reassembly when putting it back on the stroller. It is an added step that we did not account for with our near daily use of the stroller (unless I decide the stroller is too much of a pain and decide to load both carseats in a shopping cart). I would not recommend this stroller for chicco/peg perego car seats because of the adapter that is used. The 2nd issue is folding. The two handles that you pull up on are hard to pull up on! I can always get one side to pop easily but the other side sticks. I then have to let go over the one open side, fight with the other side, and, once that pops open, hope the other side pulls up easily. I see other reviews have said this is a problem so I hope they go back to design to figure out how to make this a smoother function. It is a heavy stroller but it is also solid and well made. I have not used the seats that come with it yet as my twins are only 4 months adjusted and not sitting on their own yet.
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By ima1517
Phoenix, az
Such a disappointment
December 7, 2017
I have dreamed of owning the City Select since baby #1 in 2015. I decided to finally purchase my dream stroller when baby #2 arrived this October. Unfortunately it's been such a disappointment. This stroller is not fun for every day use. The fold often sticks on one side causing me to try to fold it on average 5 times before I can both sides to work. I have the Britax car seat adapter. I have a hard time taking the carseat out, it often sticks causing me to try multiple times. The break is also stiff and requires two hands. I use the toddler seat in front and it's difficult to snap in (especially if the carseat is already snapped in). I feel like this thing needs a bath in WD-40 or something. And those straps in the toddler seat, what were they thinking??? The arm/leg straps slide together and its so frustrating to get the separate sections (arm strap and leg strap) together. You join them together with the smallest slot which makes it near impossible if your toddler is moving. Every time your toddler gets in and out you have to redo it. So frustrating. It makes me not want to strap him in, it's that bad. I have a 26mo (who is average height at best and 28lbs) and his head hits the top of the canopy when it's folded. It seems like he will outgrow the seat soon... not by the specifications listed but by how he looks in it. The angle of the stroller handle/side bars, make using a drink holder difficult as it puts it at an angle and it practically falls into the carseat. It's not all bad. The seat material is very nice and quality. I really like how big the sunshade is and the peak window. The bottom basket is amazing and so big. It's also pretty easy to get stuff in and out of he basket with both seats in. I also like how high the carseat sits. I like the ride, it's very smooth and feels solid. However, there are so many cons for this thing. Such a shame and disappointment. I feel like the designers didn't have kids because there are so many little things that make it very annoying and time consuming to set up. Once it's together and both kids are in, I love it. However, my love is short lived when my toddler wants to keep getting in and out or I have to put in it back in the car. It is heavy, but I expect that with a double stroller. I was looking forward to the jump seat and board. But now I just want to return it. It's a shame to spend so much money and not want to use it. Maybe I should have gone with the regular City Select. They say you should never buy the first year of a new car redesign because they need to get the kinks out, maybe that should apply to strollers.
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By Leslo578
Martinsburg, MO, United States
The best!
December 7, 2017
I just recently purchased this stroller for my very tall 2 year old and I'm so glad that I did! The city premier has an adjustable footrest and taller than most seat along with great maneuverability. I am impressed with how easily it folds and how flat it folds. I have a Volkswagen Jetta and this fits well in the trunk with plenty of space. I do wish that it had a standing fold, but that's not a huge deal to me. This is a heavy stroller, but it seems to be built to last. My son seems to be so much more comfortable than the last stroller we had. Wish we would have invested in this from the beginning.
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By ima1517
Phoenix, az
Such a disappointment
December 7, 2017
I have dreamed of owning the City Select since baby #1 in 2015. I decided to finally purchase my dream stroller when baby #2 arrived this October. Unfortunately it's been such a disappointment. This stroller is not fun for every day use. The fold often sticks on one side causing me to try to fold it on average 5 times before I can both sides to work. I have the Britax car seat adapter. I have a hard time taking the carseat out, it often sticks causing me to try multiple times. The break is also stiff and requires two hands. I use the toddler seat in front and it's difficult to snap in (especially if the carseat is already snapped in). I feel like this thing needs a bath in WD-40 or something. And those straps in the toddler seat, what were they thinking??? The arm/leg straps slide together and its so frustrating to get the separate sections (arm strap and leg strap) together. You join them together with the smallest slot which makes it near impossible if your toddler is moving. Every time your toddler gets in and out you have to redo it. So frustrating. It makes me not want to strap him in, it's that bad. I have a 26mo (who is average height at best and 28lbs) and his head hits the top of the canopy when it's folded. It seems like he will outgrow the seat soon... not by the specifications listed but by how he looks in it. The angle of the stroller handle/side bars, make using a drink holder difficult as it puts it at an angle and it practically falls into the carseat. It's not all bad. The seat material is very nice and quality. I really like how big the sunshade is and the peak window. The bottom basket is amazing and so big. It's also pretty easy to get stuff in and out of he basket with both seats in. I also like how high the carseat sits. I like the ride, it's very smooth and feels solid. However, there are so many cons for this thing. Such a shame and disappointment. I feel like the designers didn't have kids because there are so many little things that make it very annoying and time consuming to set up. Once it's together and both kids are in, I love it. However, my love is short lived when my toddler wants to keep getting in and out or I have to put in it back in the car. It is heavy, but I expect that with a double stroller. I was looking forward to the jump seat and board. But now I just want to return it. It's a shame to spend so much money and not want to use it. Maybe I should have gone with the regular City Select. They say you should never buy the first year of a new car redesign because they need to get the kinks out, maybe that should apply to strollers.
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By PR S.
Sunrise, FL, United States
Like it but....
November 18, 2017
Overall, I like the stroller. Compared to it's competitions it is a lot more lightweight than any other double stroller in the market. Now, I do have to agree with this other review on the webpage: "However, a HUGE flaw is having the seat configured with a Graco Click Connect car seat. I used all the right adapters for the car seat and second seat, but when I go to place the car seat- it hits the lower second seat. There isn't a space like the configuration picture shows. This makes for a hard install and an even harder removal. I would have thought there would have been trials with every car seat and how it would lay within the stroller. I am hugely disappointed and if I had known this- I definitely would have gotten a different stroller." I am currently experiencing the same problem and I'm not very happy with it. This should be tested and taken into consideration by the company for any future upgrades of this stroller.
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By PR S.
Sunrise, FL, United States
Like it but....
November 18, 2017
Overall, I like the stroller. Compared to it's competitions it is a lot more lightweight than any other double stroller in the market. Now, I do have to agree with this other review on the webpage: "However, a HUGE flaw is having the seat configured with a Graco Click Connect car seat. I used all the right adapters for the car seat and second seat, but when I go to place the car seat- it hits the lower second seat. There isn't a space like the configuration picture shows. This makes for a hard install and an even harder removal. I would have thought there would have been trials with every car seat and how it would lay within the stroller. I am hugely disappointed and if I had known this- I definitely would have gotten a different stroller." I am currently experiencing the same problem and I'm not very happy with it. This should be tested and taken into consideration by the company for any future upgrades of this stroller.
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By Fancy598
Rumson, NJ
Pretty disappointing
November 16, 2017
I will not encourage any parents to consider this stroller. I am pretty disappointed with the City Select Luxe which I chose after lots of research and such a great experience with my City Mini. There is no comparison. It is an attractive stroller but the frame is incredibly hard to collapse and I can barely do it with my two hands-one handle always sticks. Once I am able to pop up the fold handles, the stroller quickly slides into my shins, too fast to catch without dropping on the ground. [My babies are 12 months apart.] When my newborn is in the car seat, and my son is in the front seat, he cannot recline and therefore cannot nap in this stroller. The front seat has also gotten stuck in one side to the point I needed to ask a passing stranger to hold the frame down so I can pull the seat out in order to get it back in my car. I tried returning to store AND manufacturer after a handful of uses but was told it cannot be returned since it was used. (It still looks brand new.) With two babies, a stroller is my freedom and I have skipped running errands due to the hassle of needing my double stroller. For such an expensive stroller that family members all chipped in for me to have, I do not feel I am getting what I paid for and am now living with stroller envy!
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By amaa1979
Boston, MA
Canopy does not stay in place
November 9, 2017
I've been using this stroller for almost a year, first with the carseat and then with its own seat. For the most part I am happy with it, it is big but I wanted something sturdy and reliable so that's fine with me. My issue is the canopy. I cannot make it stay in place and it drives me nuts! It sort of stays in place when the seat is upright but it always closes when I recline the seat. I see people with other stroller and I envy how their canopies seem to be perfectly working. I've seen reviews that complain about the canopy, I should have done my research beforehand.
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By SabraRoberts
Alberta, Canada
Two years later we still LOVE it
November 1, 2017
We bought this stroller before we had our first child and one year later bought the second seat for our second child! Yes, two under two! We love our stroller so much BUT we aren't overly thrilled with the material of the seats and canopy. We purchased both the first seat and second seat in ONYX and have noticed that they've both faded already. The stroller has never been stored anywhere but in the trunk of our vehicle or in our garage. Functionality of this stroller is amazing and we have recommended it to all of our friends; but strongly advise a different color.
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By Mom 6.
Chesapeake, VA, United States
It serves its purpose
October 28, 2017
My sister gave me her citi mini stroller after she no longer needed it. I loved it, but it was 6 years old and finally fell apart. We bought a new one because we loved it and then we found out that we were expecting another baby. Because we lived the citi mini so much, why would we not love the citi select? The stroller serves its purpose, but you should know that once you have all of the attachments that you need to make everything work, it gets super heavy. Why does baby jogger not include attachments for their own infant car seat? Although you can put your children in the different configurations, they may not be comfortable and you may not be able to adjust the seats. My infant has to be in the lower seat and my toddler in the upper seat facing me if I want to recline his seat at all. When I had them reversed, I had to remove his canopy to adjust his seat. The commotion would usually wake him up and defeat the purpose of having the "easy" recline seats. They're not easy to recline once you have more than one kind of seat attached. If the infant seat is up high and the toddler seat is down low, facing out. I can't get his seat to recline because my hand barely fits. If I can squeeze my hand behind he seat, I absolutely cannot release it to recline the seat. Now that the stroller is used almost daily, it no longer locks in place when it's being stored. So when I remove it from the back of my car, it's hard to pick up because it's already opening. Because of the larger size and weight, it doesn't open easily and I'm afraid that I may break it because it is heavy and I cannot lift it high enough to get the wheels to land on the ground properly. It's also difficult to latch(when it worked well). I can't begin to tell you how many times I have smashed my fingers closing the stroller. If I could do it over again, I would not buy this stroller. Like I said before, it has served its purpose, but I only continue to use it because we can't return it and I don't want to sell it for a fraction of what I paid for it.
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By Judy
Brooklyn, New York
great stroller but.......
October 22, 2017
We got this stroller because we anticipate having a second child close in age. Figured, it will save us money in the long run. My TWO COMPLAINTS about this stroller is; it's difficult for me to close the stroller. I pull up on both handles but it doesn't release right away. I find myself jiggling it a couple of times before it will release. I had my husband and other people try as well and it takes them a couple of tries before it will release. Annoying because I would like to easily close it and bring it into house immediately but I'm outside struggling for 5 mins. I've watched reviews on youtube and they make it look easy. Don't know what we are doing wrong or if we have a defective one. Our second complaint is the two front wheels shake from time to time. Doesn't seem to be caused by anything, it just shakes out of nowhere. I have reached out to Albee baby but they said I have to contact the manufactuer which I have and they need a video as proof. I am just annoyed I paid this price tag to have these things happen. I did pre-order it, so maybe i got the first trial batches???? OVERALL, despite all of that I do really like the stroller and would purchase again. It would be a perfect 10/10 if the two above mention didn't occur.
Conshard to close
By C C.
Alexandria, VA, United States
Issues with Second Seat Brackets TWICE
October 21, 2017
My sister bought the City Select Lux with a second seat and everything assembled great until the second seat. She is having her baby Monday so to help her I assembled the stroller a couple of weeks ago. The brackets were not aligned correctly at all. I tried pushing in the gray button and nothing moved. We returned the second seat and received a new one, only to find out that the same problem still exists! Unless there is something that I am missing, I am not pleased at all with these second seat problems. Please let me know how to proceed. Thank you!
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By MilkMonsterMom
undisclosed
Meh
October 6, 2017
I am giving this stroller a 3 star. I purchased this to replace my Graco Travel system, if Graco had a comparable double stroller - I would go back. Let that set the tone for this review. The Lux pushes and is probably a cushy ride for the kids, however, for parents it's a headache. It's heavy and does not collapse with ease. In fact, most of the time when closing up the stroller the handle slams to the pavement and scratches it. I'm not a large woman so I have trouble closing and lifting it up at the same time to avoid damage. The storage area below the stroller is hard to access when you have two kids in it. I miss my Graco!! I could use it with ease and didn't have to fight it. To be honest, I'm always hoping no one is in the parking lot watching when I go to get the stroller out/put it back in to my car. I never know what struggles or how embarrassing this thing is to use and don't want to be humiliated by people watching me fight it. The parent console is impossible to use and gets in the way when you have a child in an infant bucket near the handles. It's basically useless. The website to search for accessories is also finicky. It just thinks and thinks and thinks, note that I've been trying to see what accessories come with the Lux for nearly 2 months and the website has always been junky. I do love how we are able to fold up the individual seat itself, that's nice. Yet, overall this thing is more headache than it's worth. I would pay the same amount of money to get a Graco double travel system if it was available.
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By CDuff
Lake Arrowhead, CA, United States
Love/Hate relationship
October 6, 2017
I bought this stroller in June while awaiting the arrival of our second child. I had been waiting and waiting for the stroller to be released. It was going to have upgrades from the original city select so why get the old one when the new one is going to be better. So I purchased it when it was released. We didn't open it until our daughter was born because I didn't want my son to get it dirty before we used it. The first few times I used the stroller it was just me and the baby in the carrier so I didn't have to add the second seat. When I finally added the second seat...everything changed with my happiness of the stroller. The basket is next to impossible to get stuff ((Diaper Bag)) in and out, to reposition the straps on the seats are very difficult to adjust, to buckle you wiggling toddlers in is next to impossible, and it's a pain to have to remove seats to fold. I love this stroller for its sleekness and smooth ride but it's not the most user friendly when your child wants nothing to do with the stroller and you need them in it. I hope they come up with a better buckle and not a puzzle fitting one like they did with this seat. The bottom basket is large and fine for small items but getting a diaper bag in and out quickly and without a struggle, not going to happen. I still am using the infant car carrier in the stroller so I'm hoping once we can use the normal seat the diaper bag situation will improve. It's a love hate relationship. For the most part I love this stroller but when my toddler wants nothing to do with the stroller or I need my diaper bag really quickly, I'm not a fan of it. I hope some of theses kinks will be figured out. The baby jogger consol thing also doesn't stay up on this stroller. Bummed I wasted money on it
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By CDuff
Lake Arrowhead, CA, United States
Love/Hate relationship
October 6, 2017
I bought this stroller in June while awaiting the arrival of our second child. I had been waiting and waiting for the stroller to be released. It was going to have upgrades from the original city select so why get the old one when the new one is going to be better. So I purchased it when it was released. We didn't open it until our daughter was born because I didn't want my son to get it dirty before we used it. The first few times I used the stroller it was just me and the baby in the carrier so I didn't have to add the second seat. When I finally added the second seat...everything changed with my happiness of the stroller. The basket is next to impossible to get stuff ((Diaper Bag)) in and out, to reposition the straps on the seats are very difficult to adjust, to buckle you wiggling toddlers in is next to impossible, and it's a pain to have to remove seats to fold. I love this stroller for its sleekness and smooth ride but it's not the most user friendly when your child wants nothing to do with the stroller and you need them in it. I hope they come up with a better buckle and not a puzzle fitting one like they did with this seat. The bottom basket is large and fine for small items but getting a diaper bag in and out quickly and without a struggle, not going to happen. I still am using the infant car carrier in the stroller so I'm hoping once we can use the normal seat the diaper bag situation will improve. It's a love hate relationship. For the most part I love this stroller but when my toddler wants nothing to do with the stroller or I need my diaper bag really quickly, I'm not a fan of it. I hope some of theses kinks will be figured out. The baby jogger consol thing also doesn't stay up on this stroller. Bummed I wasted money on it
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By KC
Boston, Ma
Great to growing families!
October 4, 2017
This stroller has so many configurations for growing families. The updated design is just what it was missing with a much easier and smaller fold. We don't go anywhere without it!
By destiny32
Phoenix, AZ, United States
Comfy stroller for the kids but not for parents
October 3, 2017
My husband and I bought this stroller after comparing and looking at lot of strollers. We really liked the feel of the fabric and how spacious it is for the baby. We also love the fact that it has so many seating configurations. The maneuverability is excellent. The capability of getting converted into a double stroller was a major plus point. However, now that we are using it on a day to day basis we are disappointed. The stroller does not fold properly. One of the sides always gets stuck. It is heavy to lift especially for me. Most of the useful accessories you have to buy separately which makes it even more expensive.
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By Fatima
Brooklyn, New York
Baby jogger lux
October 1, 2017
So i was debating between this and uppababy vista but then babyjogger had a 20% off so i decided to go with Baby Jogger city lux. I love it, its very easy to steer but its heavier than i thought and the folding can be difficult most of the time other then that i love it.
ProsEasy to steer feels so light weight when your pushing it Sleek look
ConsOn the heavy side Folding it is such a hassel Need to buy all accessories
By Robbiesmom
Brentwood, CA, United States
Love but one teeny problem
September 30, 2017
So I pre ordered the stroller in April before its release so it would show up soon after my 2nd baby arrived. I purchased the slate gray with the 2nd seat and the Graco seat adapters. I love the stroller my older one sits in the 2nd seat position facing outwards and the car seat up top. But I have to install the 2 no seat first, put the canopy all the way out before I can add the car seat. And even then the car seat is super hard to get on and even harder to take off!! It constantly gets stuck and is kind of a pain. The bottom of the seat actually sits on the top of the seat! Serious design flaw if you ask me and doesn't look at all like the pictures. At first the stroller was also really hard to fold. The folding handles we're like stuck and it took some serious strength and jarring to get it released and folded. Ultimately I love the stroller, once it's folded it fits nicely in my trunk and is easy to assemble.
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By Tracys93
Jacksonville Fl
Great stroller!!
September 28, 2017
I love my Baby Jogger City Select Lux! So versatile and such a roomy basket! I have taken this stroller shopping, to the pool, walk around the neighborhood and walk to a friends house! The basket is HUGE!! I can fit so much and I can use my really cute big diaper bags!!
ProsHuge basket, seat can parent face, peak a boo window is quiet.
ConsThe fold isnâ‚"t always smooth. The left stick can stick.
Best UsesEveryday use.
By Shepherds
Arizona, United States
Got twins?!?
September 24, 2017
We purchased this stroller because we don't really care for the side by side strollers. We thought this was a great purchase because of all the unique ways you can place the carriers/ chairs. Well... little do the tell you is that you can definitely place the chairs/carriers in 23 different ways, but what they don't tell you your child will have little to no leg room. Now please keep in mind my twins are only 5 1/2 months old, so if they don't have any leg room then we have a problem people!! So instead, I only have 4 ways out of the 19 I can place my twins and I can only imagine what or how this is going to accommodate us when they hit a year old. I would never recommend this stroller to anyone!!! WASTE OF MONEY!!!
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By Bellabarajas2631
Fairfield, NJ, United States
Max weight?
September 22, 2017
I would like to know how much is the maximum weight a kid can ride the stroller ??? I already buy the city premier
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By Christina1009
Tampa, FL, United States
Love but wish a few things were easier
September 14, 2017
I was really torn between the City Select and Uppa Baby Vista. I went with the City Select but here are a few things I wish were different. The basket underneath is hard to access. When the car seat or bassinet attached that isn't an issue but the normal seat it is. Folding the stroller is fairly easy but sometimes it does stick. I love how easy this stroller is to push. It's not always easy to take when shopping. Gets caught on the clothing racks because it's a wide stroller. I do not like how the stroller folds with the seat attached. It because very combersome. So I do not fold with the seat attached. I do wish the sun shade was longer and that the canopy extended up as the child grows. I have a 10 month old who is very tall. I do love this stroller! I know it will last me through another baby.
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By lipon
New York, United States
Jogging Stroller
September 3, 2017
Most new parents who have a passion for keeping fit will always tell you that the biggest challenge to this has nothing to do with not getting the required sleep when exercise is required, but to keep their child entertained while running. You can get your bag filled with toys and diapers, which meant be lost on the trail or perhaps you can consider going smart by buying jogging stroller with speakers to keep your child entertained when you achieve your fitness goal at the same time.
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By Veronica
San Jose, California
Love my Lux!!!
August 23, 2017
I had the orginal select but when the Lux came out I had to get it & im glad I did. This is a major upgrade & I LOVE the bench seat option. The only reason for 4 stars is because the Lux is a little heavier then the original select (which is still pretty heavy). Other then that I love the stroller. & the fact that both seats have about the same weight limit made it a better option for me then the vista.
By ShannonSF
San Francisco, CA, United States
I really want to love it
August 23, 2017
I bought this for my two kids with the intention of taking advantage of the multiple seating options. Im very disappointed to find that the seats ARE SO CLOSE TOGETHER. I'm unable to recline the seats if they are facing away from each other, which is pretty much a deal breaker with an infant. When the seats are both forward facing, the legroom between the top and bottom seats is minimal. The bottom seat gets kicked, a lot. Please please please make an adapter that will raise the top seat by 3-4inches! That will solve all my gripes with this expensive stroller!
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By Zuzana
Czech Republic
Disappointment
August 16, 2017
Buy as a new in September 2016 for my big boy ;) I appreciate the spacious and reversible seat, system for folding the stroller and big basket under stroller. But I canopy doesn´t stay open and the color of canopy after 10 month of using is loses color. I contanted distributor in my country (CZ) and they say, it´s ok, no problem. I'm upset and very disappointed.
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By Jacquetta
Silver Spring , MD
Great investment stroller
August 1, 2017
LOVE this stroller. Easy to assemble and use. I just had my first child and plan to have more. Bought this stroller for its potential to hold 3 kiddos of various ages.
Pros- Easy to use - stylish - versatile and will grow with your family
Cons- frame is pretty heavy. I wouldn't recommend for folks who have stairs to navigate. - everything is an accessory. For the price I would have liked a cup holder, at least.
By Andrea
Bradford, Massachusetts
City Select Lux
July 26, 2017
Received our new Lux in the mail the day AFTER I ordered it! I was so happy with the impressive quick shipping! The stroller was easy to assemble, even for a pregnant woman :) The push is fantastic, the material is luxurious, the hand brake is so great and the basket is everything wonderful. The stroller is very heavy but I knew that going into it. The stroller itself doesn't come with any accessories or parent console. However, there is a mesh pocket behind the child seat that I use for my phone and a water bottle. Works great! I do wish more accessories were included by the brand but I was aware that it didn't before I purchased. The stroller fold is also much more compact and I'm able to easily store it (with 1 seat attached). Overall, I really love this stroller and can't wait to use it as a double in a few months.
ProsLarg basket, hand brake, soft material, easy assembly
ConsHeavy weight and no accessories included
By APPLE
California
Comfortable
July 22, 2017
I just got it last week for my son 15 months old. He really like and enjoy with this new stroller.
By Verine16
Ballston Spa, NY
Love it!
July 19, 2017
Loving this stroller so far and how little space it takes in my trunk. I have a toddler and newborn and both of them seem happy when we go out for walk. I'm glad i got the granite color, it's not black, more of a very dark gray color.
ProsRide smoothly. Take little space. Many different riding positions for my kids.
ConsA little heavy. Not very easy to fold down and im having a hard time with using the hand break each time
By Dissipointed
Vancouver, BC, Canada
Dissipointed
July 17, 2017
I've had this stroller for a few weeks now and I have to say overall I am dissipointed. First let me go over the pros: beautiful fabric (love the slate gray), fairly intuitive to assemble, once you take off the seats it is surprisingly compact, love that the seats fold in half, seat weight capacity is 45lbs I think and both seats can hold that weight, huge basket, many configuration options, telescoping handle is great for tall parents. Cons: my stroller seems to pull to the left when I have my baby in the bassinet and toddler in the seat, also toddler has very little room for her legs with the bassinet as her seat cannot face out, also she can't really recline without the basinette pressing against her legs, the hand brake is in an alkward spot, I can't get my hands comfortable, it is soooo hard to collapse, you have to have very strong hands to pull up the handles and it drives me nuts, no parent consol, the bassinet I bought requires you to take a piece out of the seat that comes with the stroller (so if you want to use bassinet and seat you still have to buy another seat.), expensive with no accessories included. For the price I am dissipointed in this stroller, I thought it was the answer and I wish I loved it but I don't and if I could do it over I wouldn't buy it.
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By Slopez1592
West New York, NJ, United States
Rides smooth
July 16, 2017
I purchased this stroller because I will hsvetwo under 2. It is a great smooth ride. I like the size when I use it as a single Stroller. The tires are great and it rides threw all terrain. The negatives which I knew before hand. It's super heavy for me. Also I have a britiax car seat adapter and while trying to install that we faces challenges taking the car seat out. I cannot recline my daughter in the front because it bumps with the car seat. Also the fold is super challenging to pull up. And it locks and won't close I do not know if it is because it's brand new. But my husband who is much bigger told me it's a strong pull. I also don't know how to close it properly without it smacking on the floor resulting in scratching the frame. I wish I knew these things before hand. I'm disappointed in the car seat situation.
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By Ashley H.
Washington DC
It with be great without the hand brake!
July 15, 2017
I bought this to use as a single stroller for a bit until we have our second baby, and was really looking forward to using the bench seat attachment. Taking it out of the box I loved it! The fabric is great and the stroller feels really well built. It's pretty long and heavy, but that was to be expected since it can convert into a double stroller. As we started using it, I started realizing there were small things that I didn't care for, and they mostly came from the hand brake mounted on the handlebar. It takes up SO much space on the right side of the grip that your right hand is basically stuck in one spot between that and the button you pull to move the handlebar up or down. I like having my hands a little further apart on my stroller so it was a bit uncomfortable. Also, my son is 2 so we needed the canopy on the higher setting. Well when you put the canopy on the higher setting this leaves ZERO room between the top of the seat and the handlebar unless you pull it out a lot, but the handlebar height is already really tall when it's all the way pushed in! So there was no room for a parent console and if I wanted to recline the seat I had to pull the handlebar out, reclinenthe seat, and push the handlebar back in. Again, these aren't really huge things, but I feel like for the amount this stroller costs I shouldn't be finding work-arounds for a lot of things. I feel like if they had just stuck with their original brake on the side of the stroller it would've been SO much better.
By ashe
Massachusetts, United States
Brakes broke
July 13, 2017
We waited forever for the Lux to come out. We were so excited to use it on our family vacation when it came. The 2nd day we used it the brakes broke. Very disappointed, because the rest of the stroller was so easy to use.
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By Jeanne
Guyton, Georgia
Very light and versitle
July 10, 2017
This stroller is amazing. It is very light and easy to use. It will fit through normal doors which was a huge concern for me. Love it
By Krystie
GA
Really nice
July 10, 2017
Love the city select lux it's super nice and folds really compact. I recommend this stroller 100%.
By Ashley W.
Cleveland, OH, United States
Okay- but flawed.
July 6, 2017
My first stroller was a City Mini GT and loved it... so when baby #2 was coming, I was ecstatic that the City Lux would be out! Overall- I like the City Lux. The seat material is nice and the bottom is so much more roomier than the GT. The manuverability is still pretty good. However, a HUGE flaw is having the seat configured with a Graco Click Connect car seat. I used all the right adapters for the car seat and second seat, but when I go to place the car seat- it hits the lower second seat. There isn't a space like the configuration picture shows. This makes for a hard install and an even harder removal. I would have thought there would have been trials with every car seat and how it would lay within the stroller. I am hugely disappointed and if I had known this- I definitely would have gotten a different stroller.
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By Lexi
El Dorado Hills, CA, United States
Dont bother
July 6, 2017
I am never one to leave a review but wanted to save people from spending an arm and leg on a stroller than is labeled "lux" but is only satisfactory. I ran to my local store the second they received their City select lux inventory. Put my stroller together and wasn't until my very first solo outing last week with my newborn that I realize how much I dislike this stroller. It is almost impossible to close the stroller. The tabs you pull up on to fold the stroller down are so stiff and my fingers are not strong enough to fold my new lux stroller? One side will pull up but the other side won't. I'll move around to try to find a sweet spot but I simply cannot get my tabs to pull up at the same time. I ended up throwing the stroller fully up into my LR4 trunk (thank god I have a large trunk) and was so frustrated and drove home to see if my husband could get it. Even he had a very hard time. I've avoided using my new stroller when I am by myself because A-screaming newborn while trying to fold an impossible stroller is stressful for a tired new mama and B- I am really bummed we spent so much money on a product I am not happy with. We went from the orbit to city select and I think I'm just going to resort back to our old orbit and have my three yr old daughter walk. So much for a new double stroller.
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By arpatel
Eastvale, CA, United States
unsure
July 6, 2017
I wanted this stroller so badly and then we got it and I find it way too hard to go around with it. The wheels dont easily make turns so it makes navigating around hard.
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By Ashley W.
Cleveland, OH, United States
Okay- but flawed.
July 6, 2017
My first stroller was a City Mini GT and loved it... so when baby #2 was coming, I was ecstatic that the City Lux would be out! Overall- I like the City Lux. The seat material is nice and the bottom is so much more roomier than the GT. The manuverability is still pretty good. However, a HUGE flaw is having the seat configured with a Graco Click Connect car seat. I used all the right adapters for the car seat and second seat, but when I go to place the car seat- it hits the lower second seat. There isn't a space like the configuration picture shows. This makes for a hard install and an even harder removal. I would have thought there would have been trials with every car seat and how it would lay within the stroller. I am hugely disappointed and if I had known this- I definitely would have gotten a different stroller.
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By Lexi
El Dorado Hills, CA, United States
Don't bother
July 6, 2017
I am never one to leave a review but wanted to save people from spending an arm and leg on a stroller than is labeled "lux" but is only satisfactory. I ran to my local store the second they received their City select lux inventory. Put my stroller together and wasn't until my very first solo outing last week with my newborn that I realize how much I dislike this stroller. It is almost impossible to close the stroller. The tabs you pull up on to fold the stroller down are so stiff and my fingers are not strong enough to fold my new lux stroller? One side will pull up but the other side won't. I'll move around to try to find a sweet spot but I simply cannot get my tabs to pull up at the same time. I ended up throwing the stroller fully up into my LR4 trunk (thank god I have a large trunk) and was so frustrated and drove home to see if my husband could get it. Even he had a very hard time. I've avoided using my new stroller when I am by myself because A-screaming newborn while trying to fold an impossible stroller is stressful for a tired new mama and B- I am really bummed we spent so much money on a product I am not happy with. We went from the orbit to city select and I think I'm just going to resort back to our old orbit and have my three yr old daughter walk. So much for a new double stroller.
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By TeanyT
New York, NY
Great stroller
July 1, 2017
I received this product to test and review from the WeeSpring Parent Panel. I've had a chance to test the stroller out for a couple of weeks. So far it's easy to push and maneuver through the city. Out of the box the stroller is easy to assemble. I love the fabric. The seat sits nice and high - makes it easier to strap our toddler in. Pros: - I love being able to switch seats around very easily. - Large under basket to store everything. - The handles move up and down to adjust to height. This totally works for our family I'm 5'1" and husband is 6'2". Cons: - Breaks are a little awkward and take some time getting use to. - Even after owning the stroller for a couple weeks I find collapsing and opening the stroller to be very awkward. If the seat is rear facing the stroller doesn't fold. You have to pull on the sides to collapse the stroller and those latches get stuck all the time. When you have one very active toddler running around you want that function to be as seamless as possible. - The stroller organizer that I have fits very awkwardly. I know that you can buy accessories specific to the city select. - The stroller is pretty heavy and takes up a lot of room in the trunk. Overall, I think it's a great stroller. We are expecting our second baby soon and I will most likely purchase the second seat.
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By TeanyT
New York, NY
Great stroller
July 1, 2017
I received this product to test and review from the WeeSpring Parent Panel. I’‚¢¢‚€š‚¬¢‚€ž‚¢ve had a chance to test the stroller out for a couple of weeks. So far it’‚¢¢‚€š‚¬¢‚€ž‚¢s easy to push and maneuver through the city. Out of the box the stroller is easy to assemble. I love the fabric. The seat sits nice and high - makes it easier to strap our toddler in. Pros: - I love being able to switch seats around very easily. - Large under basket to store everything. - The handles move up and down to adjust to height. This totally works for our family I’‚¢¢‚€š‚¬¢‚€ž‚¢m 5’‚¢¢‚€š‚¬¢‚€ž‚¢1’‚¢¢‚€š‚¬¯‚¿‚½ and husband is 6’‚¢¢‚€š‚¬¢‚€ž‚¢2’‚¢¢‚€š‚¬¯‚¿‚½. Cons: - Breaks are a little awkward and take some time getting use to. - Even after owning the stroller for a couple weeks I find collapsing and opening the stroller to be very awkward. If the seat is rear facing the stroller doesn’‚¢¢‚€š‚¬¢‚€ž‚¢t fold. You have to pull on the sides to collapse the stroller and those latches get stuck all the time. When you have one very active toddler running around you want that function to be as seamless as possible. - The stroller organizer that I have fits very awkwardly. I know that you can buy accessories specific to the city select. - The stroller is pretty heavy and takes up a lot of room in the trunk. Overall, I think it’‚¢¢‚€š‚¬¢‚€ž‚¢s a great stroller. We are expecting our second baby soon and I will most likely purchase the second seat.
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By TeanyT
New York, NY
Great stroller
July 1, 2017
I received this product to test and review from the WeeSpring Parent Panel. Iâve had a chance to test the stroller out for a couple of weeks. So far itâs easy to push and maneuver through the city. Out of the box the stroller is easy to assemble. I love the fabric. The seat sits nice and high - makes it easier to strap our toddler in. Pros: - I love being able to switch seats around very easily. - Large under basket to store everything. - The handles move up and down to adjust to height. This totally works for our family Iâm 5â1â and husband is 6â2â. Cons: - Breaks are a little awkward and take some time getting use to. - Even after owning the stroller for a couple weeks I find collapsing and opening the stroller to be very awkward. If the seat is rear facing the stroller doesnât fold. You have to pull on the sides to collapse the stroller and those latches get stuck all the time. When you have one very active toddler running around you want that function to be as seamless as possible. - The stroller organizer that I have fits very awkwardly. I know that you can buy accessories specific to the city select. - The stroller is pretty heavy and takes up a lot of room in the trunk. Overall, I think itâs a great stroller. We are expecting our second baby soon and I will most likely purchase the second seat.
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By TeanyT
New York, NY
Great stroller
July 1, 2017
I received this product to test and review from the WeeSpring Parent Panel. Iâ‚"ve had a chance to test the stroller out for a couple of weeks. So far itâ‚"s easy to push and maneuver through the city. Out of the box the stroller is easy to assemble. I love the fabric. The seat sits nice and high - makes it easier to strap our toddler in. Pros: - I love being able to switch seats around very easily. - Large under basket to store everything. - The handles move up and down to adjust to height. This totally works for our family Iâ‚"m 5â‚"1â‚? and husband is 6â‚"2â‚?. Cons: - Breaks are a little awkward and take some time getting use to. - Even after owning the stroller for a couple weeks I find collapsing and opening the stroller to be very awkward. If the seat is rear facing the stroller doesnâ‚"t fold. You have to pull on the sides to collapse the stroller and those latches get stuck all the time. When you have one very active toddler running around you want that function to be as seamless as possible. - The stroller organizer that I have fits very awkwardly. I know that you can buy accessories specific to the city select. - The stroller is pretty heavy and takes up a lot of room in the trunk. Overall, I think itâ‚"s a great stroller. We are expecting our second baby soon and I will most likely purchase the second seat.
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By TeanyT
New York, NY
Great stroller
July 1, 2017
I received this product to test and review from the WeeSpring Parent Panel.I've had a chance to test the stroller out for a couple of weeks. So far it's easy to push and maneuver through the city. Out of the box the stroller is easy to assemble. I love the fabric. The seat sits nice and high - makes it easier to strap our toddler in. Pros:- I love being able to switch seats around very easily.- Large under basket to store everything.- The handles move up and down to adjust to height. This totally works for our family I'm 5'1" and husband is 6'2".Cons:- Breaks are a little awkward and take some time getting use to.- Even after owning the stroller for a couple weeks I find collapsing and opening the stroller to be very awkward. If the seat is rear facing the stroller doesn't fold. You have to pull on the sides to collapse the stroller and those latches get stuck all the time. When you have one very active toddler running around you want that function to be as seamless as possible.- The stroller organizer that I have fits very awkwardly. I know that you can buy accessories specific to the city select.- The stroller is pretty heavy and takes up a lot of room in the trunk.Overall, I think it's a great stroller. We are expecting our second baby soon and I will most likely purchase the second seat.
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By TeanyT
New York, NY
Great stroller
July 1, 2017
I received this product to test and review from the WeeSpring Parent Panel. I've had a chance to test the stroller out for a couple of weeks. So far its easy to push and maneuver through the city. Out of the box the stroller is easy to assemble. I love the fabric. The seat sits nice and high - makes it easier to strap our toddler in. Pros: - I love being able to switch seats around very easily. - Large under basket to store everything. - The handles move up and down to adjust to height. This totally works for our family I'm 51 and husband is 62. Cons: - Breaks are a little awkward and take some time getting use to. - Even after owning the stroller for a couple weeks I find collapsing and opening the stroller to be very awkward. If the seat is rear facing the stroller doesnt fold. You have to pull on the sides to collapse the stroller and those latches get stuck all the time. When you have one very active toddler running around you want that function to be as seamless as possible. - The stroller organizer that I have fits very awkwardly. I know that you can buy accessories specific to the city select. - The stroller is pretty heavy and takes up a lot of room in the trunk. Overall, I think its a great stroller. We are expecting our second baby soon and I will most likely purchase the second seat.
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By Christytannada
Indonesia Jakarta
folding mechanism is tough
June 27, 2017
just bought this stroller and love it, but it is so so so hard to fold. Guess there's something wrong about the fold button. I cant pull them up. And i have to spend 10-15mins at the parking lot just to fold them. Can somebody help me with this?
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By Christytannada
Indonesia Jakarta
folding mechanism is tough
June 27, 2017
just bought this stroller and love it, but it is so so so hard to fold. Guess there's something wrong about the fold button. I can't pull them up. And i have to spend 10-15mins at the parking lot just to fold them. Can somebody help me with this?
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By Laura
Diamond Springs, California
Wonderful Stroller
June 25, 2017
So easy to use. Love the height adjustment on the handle bar - fits all heights. Easy to fold and great smooth ride.
ProsHeight adjustment Easy fold Sturdy
ConsNone
By Tatisanchez
Santa Rosa, CA, United States
Just one issue
June 22, 2017
I've been waiting for this stroller for months! Pre-ordered through Albeebaby. I have a 3 year old and 2 month old. Love how versatile it is. Only one issue right side gets stuck when trying to close stroller up with shaking it a bit it seems to work. Still very frustrating with how much I've invested into this product !
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By Mother t.
Boston, MA, United States
Not worth buying
June 22, 2017
We registered for this stroller in 2014 hoping to have two children. We now have two and tried them both in it. You cannot have your children in this comfortably at all. Having your oldest face out and the youngest face you. You need to have them both sitting up right. When the youngest wants to sleep it would be nice to recline and you can't! Who the heck sleeps upright? If I could return this stroller I would in a heartbeat. It was a waste of my money
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By Mother t.
Boston, MA, United States
Not worth buying
June 21, 2017
We registered for this stroller in 2014 hoping to have two children. We now have two and tried them both in it. You cannot have your children in this comfortably at all. Having your oldest face out and the youngest face you. You need to have them both sitting up right. When the youngest wants to sleep it would be nice to recline and you can't! Who the heck sleeps upright? If I could return this stroller I would in a heartbeat. It was a waste of my money
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By JackieC
Toronto, ON, Canada
Cannopy poorly made
June 21, 2017
I bought this stroller after a lot of research. I love how it looks but I have one problem with the canopy - it does not stay open in place. It's very cheaply done for such an expensive stroller. I regret for purchasing, I don't know how to fix it.
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By Kristen M.
Southern California
Great stroller
June 16, 2017
Absolutely love our city select lux. My siblings had the city select so I was very familiar with it. Definitely love the new material for the seat as well as the brake. It is taller than the older city select but we didn't mind at all. I am 5'5" and my husband is 5'7", it isn't an issue for us. But any shorter and it may feel way too tall.
ProsNew brake New seat fabric Smaller fold than older city select
ConsA little taller (would be an issue if you're on the shorter side.)
By DrMommyDDS
Wisconsin, United States
Nice, but room for improvement
June 15, 2017
Just got this today and put it together. We have the double version for our 2 year old and 6 month old. It was easy enough to assemble and has a very smooth push, but there are some rather big things that should be improved: 1- you cannot recline just one seat (unless I am totally missing this) which doesn't make a whole lot of sense to me why it wouldn't be made that way. My two year old likes to sit up and watch his surroundings while my little one would like to recline and rest. When you try to set one to recline, it hits the other, in nearly all of the configurations I tried. One of the ways allowed me to recline a seat a little, but not as far as I wanted without it bumping into the other seat. If the seats were just a few inches father apart, or just the back of the seat would recline vs the whole thing, it would solve the whole problem. Also, being a lux model, it would be nice if th accessories came standard. I would consider it more of an updated model, vs a lux model.
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By Steph D.
New Jersey, United States
Not What I Thought
June 12, 2017
I am so disappointed in this stroller. It has so much potential (specifically love the one hand close feature, with the seat that can turn), but unfortunately Baby Jogger did not roll this model out correctly. There are little to no accessories for this model which makes it use extremely frustrating. I would recommend buying the city select instead so you can get use of all the accessories.
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By Lauren
Minnesota
City Select Lux
June 11, 2017
Love all the different configurations! It's easy to switch on the go and folds up nicely to fit in the back of the car.
ProsSleek design, luxe fabric, maneuvers easily
ConsFrame shows stretches easily, harness can be tricky with a wiggly baby
By Emily P.
porter.emilyr@gmail.com
Perfect stroller
June 9, 2017
We couldn't be happier with this purchase. It's easy to use, and my toddler loves it.
By DancerUMD
Collingswood, NJ, United States
Best if you never have to fold it!
June 9, 2017
I wanted to love this stroller. However, it is a big pain to fold up to put in your trunk because everything needs to come off first - stroller seats, car seat adapter, glider (if you're using it). I like the adaptability of the stroller - kids can face either direction, can be used for 1, 2, or 3 kids, add-on of the car seat, etc. However, once you add a second kid, the stroller is HUGE! It moves very smoothly over normal sidewalks, but it is tough to get over a curb. It's very long, so it's also difficult to turn. Lastly, the handles for folding the stroller are always difficult to use. This stroller has a lot of promise but needs some refiguring before it will be terrific!
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By Bryan1234
Undisclosed
Not a "LUX" upgrade over the standard City Select
May 24, 2017
I REALLY like my City Select stroller, which I have had for over a year, so I was very excited when they released the LUX version. Unfortunately, I feel that the design team let me down. Pros- -Folding Seat: Allowing me to quickly fold the stroller, in one maneuver, into the back of my SUV. -Seat material: Seat is softer and more plush than standard city select. -Mesh viewer in canopy: Much nicer than the plastic-y viewer in the standard city select that did not allow air flow. Definitely a higher end feel. -Higher handle height: Nicer for me at 6'3, but too high for my wife at 5'4". Cons- -Wheels are MUCH harder than the standard City Select: The amount of vibration these wheels produced was a noticeable difference, both to me and my little one. He did not seem to mind so much and just made a loud noise so the vibration would resonate through him (with was sort of cute to an extent), but the extra vibration could definitely be felt on the handle. NOT a LUX ride. -New brake design: This was the deal breaker. When pushing the stroller, my hand fits perfectly between the telescoping button and bulky brake cladding. By perfectly, i mean that I cannot move my hand left or right, because it is confined to a fixed position. While I did not maintain a super wide grip on the city select, this failure by the design/engineering team took all the comfort out of pushing this stroller. -Elimination of the lower seating position: The higher handle position is a necessity due to being restricted to only having the higher seat position. My wife (5’‚¢¢‚€š‚¬¢‚€ž‚¢4’‚¢¢‚€š‚¬¯‚¿‚½) finds the lowest position on the LUX to be too high to push comfortably. -Higher handle height (again) : Nicer for me at 6'3, but too high at the lowest setting for my wife at 5'4’‚¢¢‚€š‚¬¯‚¿‚½. Need a longer telescoping range. (Tried putting the LUX seat on the City Select, but there is no room to grip at the lowest setting.) My recommendation to friends and family would be to purchase the standard City Select stroller until Baby Jogger has an opportunity to design an upgrade with a real LUX feel. Also, a stroller at this price point should have a parent console for drinks, sunglasses, etc. Thank you to the weeSpring parent panel for providing this stroller for me to try out!
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By Bryan1234
Undisclosed
Not a "LUX" upgrade over the standard City Select
May 24, 2017
I REALLY like my City Select stroller, which I have had for over a year, so I was very excited when they released the LUX version. Unfortunately, I feel that the design team let me down. Pros- -Folding Seat: Allowing me to quickly fold the stroller, in one maneuver, into the back of my SUV. -Seat material: Seat is softer and more plush than standard city select. -Mesh viewer in canopy: Much nicer than the plastic-y viewer in the standard city select that did not allow air flow. Definitely a higher end feel. -Higher handle height: Nicer for me at 6'3, but too high for my wife at 5'4". Cons- -Wheels are MUCH harder than the standard City Select: The amount of vibration these wheels produced was a noticeable difference, both to me and my little one. He did not seem to mind so much and just made a loud noise so the vibration would resonate through him (with was sort of cute to an extent), but the extra vibration could definitely be felt on the handle. NOT a LUX ride. -New brake design: This was the deal breaker. When pushing the stroller, my hand fits perfectly between the telescoping button and bulky brake cladding. By perfectly, i mean that I cannot move my hand left or right, because it is confined to a fixed position. While I did not maintain a super wide grip on the city select, this failure by the design/engineering team took all the comfort out of pushing this stroller. -Elimination of the lower seating position: The higher handle position is a necessity due to being restricted to only having the higher seat position. My wife (5â4â) finds the lowest position on the LUX to be too high to push comfortably. -Higher handle height (again) : Nicer for me at 6'3, but too high at the lowest setting for my wife at 5'4â. Need a longer telescoping range. (Tried putting the LUX seat on the City Select, but there is no room to grip at the lowest setting.) My recommendation to friends and family would be to purchase the standard City Select stroller until Baby Jogger has an opportunity to design an upgrade with a real LUX feel. Also, a stroller at this price point should have a parent console for drinks, sunglasses, etc. Thank you to the weeSpring parent panel for providing this stroller for me to try out!
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By Bryan1234
Undisclosed
Not a "LUX" upgrade over the standard City Select
May 24, 2017
I REALLY like my City Select stroller, which I have had for over a year, so I was very excited when they released the LUX version. Unfortunately, I feel that the design team let me down. Pros- -Folding Seat: Allowing me to quickly fold the stroller, in one maneuver, into the back of my SUV. -Seat material: Seat is softer and more plush than standard city select. -Mesh viewer in canopy: Much nicer than the plastic-y viewer in the standard city select that did not allow air flow. Definitely a higher end feel. -Higher handle height: Nicer for me at 6'3, but too high for my wife at 5'4". Cons- -Wheels are MUCH harder than the standard City Select: The amount of vibration these wheels produced was a noticeable difference, both to me and my little one. He did not seem to mind so much and just made a loud noise so the vibration would resonate through him (with was sort of cute to an extent), but the extra vibration could definitely be felt on the handle. NOT a LUX ride. -New brake design: This was the deal breaker. When pushing the stroller, my hand fits perfectly between the telescoping button and bulky brake cladding. By perfectly, i mean that I cannot move my hand left or right, because it is confined to a fixed position. While I did not maintain a super wide grip on the city select, this failure by the design/engineering team took all the comfort out of pushing this stroller. -Elimination of the lower seating position: The higher handle position is a necessity due to being restricted to only having the higher seat position. My wife (5â‚"4â‚?) finds the lowest position on the LUX to be too high to push comfortably. -Higher handle height (again) : Nicer for me at 6'3, but too high at the lowest setting for my wife at 5'4â‚?. Need a longer telescoping range. (Tried putting the LUX seat on the City Select, but there is no room to grip at the lowest setting.) My recommendation to friends and family would be to purchase the standard City Select stroller until Baby Jogger has an opportunity to design an upgrade with a real LUX feel. Also, a stroller at this price point should have a parent console for drinks, sunglasses, etc. Thank you to the weeSpring parent panel for providing this stroller for me to try out!
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By Bryan1234
Undisclosed
Not a "LUX" upgrade over the standard City Select
May 24, 2017
I REALLY like my City Select stroller, which I have had for over a year, so I was very excited when they released the LUX version. Unfortunately, I feel that the design team let me down. Pros- -Folding Seat: Allowing me to quickly fold the stroller, in one maneuver, into the back of my SUV. -Seat material: Seat is softer and more plush than standard city select. -Mesh viewer in canopy: Much nicer than the plastic-y viewer in the standard city select that did not allow air flow. Definitely a higher end feel. -Higher handle height: Nicer for me at 6'3, but too high for my wife at 5'4". Cons- -Wheels are MUCH harder than the standard City Select: The amount of vibration these wheels produced was a noticeable difference, both to me and my little one. He did not seem to mind so much and just made a loud noise so the vibration would resonate through him (with was sort of cute to an extent), but the extra vibration could definitely be felt on the handle. NOT a LUX ride. -New brake design: This was the deal breaker. When pushing the stroller, my hand fits perfectly between the telescoping button and bulky brake cladding. By perfectly, i mean that I cannot move my hand left or right, because it is confined to a fixed position. While I did not maintain a super wide grip on the city select, this failure by the design/engineering team took all the comfort out of pushing this stroller. -Elimination of the lower seating position: The higher handle position is a necessity due to being restricted to only having the higher seat position. My wife (54) finds the lowest position on the LUX to be too high to push comfortably. -Higher handle height (again) : Nicer for me at 6'3, but too high at the lowest setting for my wife at 5'4. Need a longer telescoping range. (Tried putting the LUX seat on the City Select, but there is no room to grip at the lowest setting.) My recommendation to friends and family would be to purchase the standard City Select stroller until Baby Jogger has an opportunity to design an upgrade with a real LUX feel. Also, a stroller at this price point should have a parent console for drinks, sunglasses, etc. Thank you to the weeSpring parent panel for providing this stroller for me to try out!
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By Ann S.
Ann Arbor, MI, United States
Smoothest ride at this price point!
May 23, 2017
Overall, this is a great stroller for this price point, and comparable to a few more expensive brands. It's especially excellent for a growing family living in a semi-urban environment. Pros: the all-wheel suspension is just amazing. I'd feel very confident putting even a very tiny baby in it because the ride is so smooth. It feels very sturdy and of very high quality. The fabric is textured and lovely. The basket underneath is generous, plus there is a zipper pouch and a long pocket on the back of the seat. For a working mom with a bunch of papers on me at all times, this feature is wonderful. The sun shade is also very big, and the air vent magnetizes open, which is totally genius. Folding and adjusting is pretty easy, though I still sometimes have to bust out the manual to figure out a particular configuration. It's also not so heavy considering how solidly built it is. And, for what it's worth, my toddler chooses this stroller among the few that we have and says it's very comfortable. Cons: This might be a personal preference, but I dislike the 5-piece harness. I'd rather wrestle my toddler's arms through the loops than try to get her to sit still while I connect them. I also prefer a foot break. This one has a hand break, which I like for slowing us down on big hills. But for the full break I'm better off with a kick break. And, like most other reviewers have noted, I'm a little annoyed that everything, including the cup holder, is sold separately. That's pretty standard for strollers these days though. I received this stroller as part of the weespring parent panel.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By ConniT
Frisco, TX, United States
Amazing Quality & HUGE Under Basket
May 23, 2017
We have been using the Baby Jogger City Select Lux Stroller now for about a month and have been very pleased with it. Up until then we had been using the Baby Jogger City Mini Double Stroller, which we loved as it is made with Baby Jogger’‚¢¢‚€š‚¬¢‚€ž‚¢s typical superb quality. Out of the box the City Select Lux takes about 5 minutes to put together, which I was very pleasantly surprised about. What sets this apart from our City Mini Double is the hand brake (think bicycle brake), the reconfiguration of the seating options, and the huge basket underneath (again I say HUGE). I can easily store my diaper bag and our Ergo underneath the City Select Lux and just as easily get them out, which just doesn’‚¢¢‚€š‚¬¢‚€ž‚¢t happen on the City Mini Double. As other reviewers have mentioned you do have to buy the accessories separately with Baby Jogger products (i.e. The additional seat, cup holders, belly bar, etc.); however, I wouldn’‚¢¢‚€š‚¬¢‚€ž‚¢t say this is a deterrent as the products are in my opinion of a higher quality and have a longer longevity than products that are sold as a more all-inclusive set (and yes we did have one of the all-inclusive sets from a different brand before purchasing our City Mini Double and it has not fared as well as our Baby Jogger gear). The ride on the City Select Lux lives up to the Baby Jogger name and its ’‚¢¢‚€š‚¬€‚€œLux’‚¢¢‚€š‚¬¯‚¿‚½ title. It is very cushy and comfortable navigating sidewalks both bumpy and smooth, grass, and gravel with ease. It does feel a bit taller than our other strollers, but was not an issue for either myself or my husband (I am 5’‚¢¢‚€š‚¬¢‚€ž‚¢ 6’‚¢¢‚€š‚¬¯‚¿‚½). It is super easy to take down and put up. The folding mechanism on our stroller was a little stiff at first, but worked itself out with a few opening and closings. All in all we love this stroller and are so thankful to the weeSpring Parent Panel for sending it to us.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By Bryan1234
undisclosed
Not a "LUX" upgrade over the standard City Select
May 23, 2017
I REALLY like my City Select stroller, which I have had for over a year, so I was very excited when they released the LUX version. Unfortunately, I feel that the design team let me down. Pros- -Folding Seat: Allowing me to quickly fold the stroller, in one maneuver, into the back of my SUV. -Seat material: Seat is softer and more plush than standard city select. -Mesh viewer in canopy: Much nicer than the plastic-y viewer in the standard city select that did not allow air flow. Definitely a higher end feel. -Higher handle height: Nicer for me at 6'3, but too high for my wife at 5'4". Cons- -Wheels are MUCH harder than the standard City Select: The amount of vibration these wheels produced was a noticeable difference, both to me and my little one. He did not seem to mind so much and just made a loud noise so the vibration would resonate through him (with was sort of cute to an extent), but the extra vibration could definitely be felt on the handle. NOT a LUX ride. -New brake design: This was the deal breaker. When pushing the stroller, my hand fits perfectly between the telescoping button and bulky brake cladding. By perfectly, i mean that I cannot move my hand left or right, because it is confined to a fixed position. While I did not maintain a super wide grip on the city select, this failure by the design/engineering team took all the comfort out of pushing this stroller. -Elimination of the lower seating position: The higher handle position is a necessity due to being restricted to only having the higher seat position. My wife (5'4") finds the lowest position on the LUX to be too high to push comfortably. -Higher handle height (again) : Nicer for me at 6'3, but too high at the lowest setting for my wife at 5'4". Need a longer telescoping range. (Tried putting the LUX seat on the City Select, but there is no room to grip at the lowest setting.) My recommendation to friends and family would be to purchase the standard City Select stroller until Baby Jogger has an opportunity to design an upgrade with a real LUX feel. Also, a stroller at this price point should have a parent console for drinks, sunglasses, etc. Thank you to the weeSpring parent panel for providing this stroller for me to try out!
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By Ann S.
Ann Arbor, MI, United States
Smoothest ride at this price point!
May 23, 2017
Overall, this is a great stroller for this price point, and comparable to a few more expensive brands. It's especially excellent for a growing family living in a semi-urban environment. Pros: the all-wheel suspension is just amazing. I'd feel very confident putting even a very tiny baby in it because the ride is so smooth. It feels very sturdy and of very high quality. The fabric is textured and lovely. The basket underneath is generous, plus there is a zipper pouch and a long pocket on the back of the seat. For a working mom with a bunch of papers on me at all times, this feature is wonderful. The sun shade is also very big, and the air vent magnetizes open, which is totally genius. Folding and adjusting is pretty easy, though I still sometimes have to bust out the manual to figure out a particular configuration. It's also not so heavy considering how solidly built it is. And, for what it's worth, my toddler chooses this stroller among the few that we have and says it's very comfortable. Cons: This might be a personal preference, but I dislike the 5-piece harness. I'd rather wrestle my toddler's arms through the loops than try to get her to sit still while I connect them. I also prefer a foot break. This one has a hand break, which I like for slowing us down on big hills. But for the full break I'm better off with a kick break. And, like most other reviewers have noted, I'm a little annoyed that everything, including the cup holder, is sold separately. That's pretty standard for strollers these days though. I received this stroller as part of the weespring parent panel.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By ConniT
Frisco, TX, United States
Amazing Quality & HUGE Under Basket
May 23, 2017
We have been using the Baby Jogger City Select Lux Stroller now for about a month and have been very pleased with it. Up until then we had been using the Baby Jogger City Mini Double Stroller, which we loved as it is made with Baby Jogger's typical superb quality. Out of the box the City Select Lux takes about 5 minutes to put together, which I was very pleasantly surprised about. What sets this apart from our City Mini Double is the hand brake (think bicycle brake), the reconfiguration of the seating options, and the huge basket underneath (again I say HUGE). I can easily store my diaper bag and our Ergo underneath the City Select Lux and just as easily get them out, which just doesn't happen on the City Mini Double. As other reviewers have mentioned you do have to buy the accessories separately with Baby Jogger products (i.e. The additional seat, cup holders, belly bar, etc.); however, I wouldn't say this is a deterrent as the products are in my opinion of a higher quality and have a longer longevity than products that are sold as a more all-inclusive set (and yes we did have one of the all-inclusive sets from a different brand before purchasing our City Mini Double and it has not fared as well as our Baby Jogger gear). The ride on the City Select Lux lives up to the Baby Jogger name and its "Lux" title. It is very cushy and comfortable navigating sidewalks both bumpy and smooth, grass, and gravel with ease. It does feel a bit taller than our other strollers, but was not an issue for either myself or my husband (I am 5' 6"). It is super easy to take down and put up. The folding mechanism on our stroller was a little stiff at first, but worked itself out with a few opening and closings. All in all we love this stroller and are so thankful to the weeSpring Parent Panel for sending it to us.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By ConniT
Frisco, TX, United States
Amazing Quality & HUGE Under Basket
May 23, 2017
We have been using the Baby Jogger City Select Lux Stroller now for about a month and have been very pleased with it. Up until then we had been using the Baby Jogger City Mini Double Stroller, which we loved as it is made with Baby Joggerâs typical superb quality. Out of the box the City Select Lux takes about 5 minutes to put together, which I was very pleasantly surprised about. What sets this apart from our City Mini Double is the hand brake (think bicycle brake), the reconfiguration of the seating options, and the huge basket underneath (again I say HUGE). I can easily store my diaper bag and our Ergo underneath the City Select Lux and just as easily get them out, which just doesnât happen on the City Mini Double. As other reviewers have mentioned you do have to buy the accessories separately with Baby Jogger products (i.e. The additional seat, cup holders, belly bar, etc.); however, I wouldnât say this is a deterrent as the products are in my opinion of a higher quality and have a longer longevity than products that are sold as a more all-inclusive set (and yes we did have one of the all-inclusive sets from a different brand before purchasing our City Mini Double and it has not fared as well as our Baby Jogger gear). The ride on the City Select Lux lives up to the Baby Jogger name and its âLuxâ title. It is very cushy and comfortable navigating sidewalks both bumpy and smooth, grass, and gravel with ease. It does feel a bit taller than our other strollers, but was not an issue for either myself or my husband (I am 5â 6â). It is super easy to take down and put up. The folding mechanism on our stroller was a little stiff at first, but worked itself out with a few opening and closings. All in all we love this stroller and are so thankful to the weeSpring Parent Panel for sending it to us.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By ConniT
Frisco, TX, United States
Amazing Quality & HUGE Under Basket
May 23, 2017
We have been using the Baby Jogger City Select Lux Stroller now for about a month and have been very pleased with it. Up until then we had been using the Baby Jogger City Mini Double Stroller, which we loved as it is made with Baby Joggerâ‚"s typical superb quality. Out of the box the City Select Lux takes about 5 minutes to put together, which I was very pleasantly surprised about. What sets this apart from our City Mini Double is the hand brake (think bicycle brake), the reconfiguration of the seating options, and the huge basket underneath (again I say HUGE). I can easily store my diaper bag and our Ergo underneath the City Select Lux and just as easily get them out, which just doesnâ‚"t happen on the City Mini Double. As other reviewers have mentioned you do have to buy the accessories separately with Baby Jogger products (i.e. The additional seat, cup holders, belly bar, etc.); however, I wouldnâ‚"t say this is a deterrent as the products are in my opinion of a higher quality and have a longer longevity than products that are sold as a more all-inclusive set (and yes we did have one of the all-inclusive sets from a different brand before purchasing our City Mini Double and it has not fared as well as our Baby Jogger gear). The ride on the City Select Lux lives up to the Baby Jogger name and its â‚“Luxâ‚? title. It is very cushy and comfortable navigating sidewalks both bumpy and smooth, grass, and gravel with ease. It does feel a bit taller than our other strollers, but was not an issue for either myself or my husband (I am 5â‚" 6â‚?). It is super easy to take down and put up. The folding mechanism on our stroller was a little stiff at first, but worked itself out with a few opening and closings. All in all we love this stroller and are so thankful to the weeSpring Parent Panel for sending it to us.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By ConniT
Frisco, TX, United States
Amazing Quality & HUGE Under Basket
May 23, 2017
We have been using the Baby Jogger City Select Lux Stroller now for about a month and have been very pleased with it. Up until then we had been using the Baby Jogger City Mini Double Stroller, which we loved as it is made with Baby Joggers typical superb quality. Out of the box the City Select Lux takes about 5 minutes to put together, which I was very pleasantly surprised about. What sets this apart from our City Mini Double is the hand brake (think bicycle brake), the reconfiguration of the seating options, and the huge basket underneath (again I say HUGE). I can easily store my diaper bag and our Ergo underneath the City Select Lux and just as easily get them out, which just doesnt happen on the City Mini Double. As other reviewers have mentioned you do have to buy the accessories separately with Baby Jogger products (i.e. The additional seat, cup holders, belly bar, etc.); however, I wouldn't say this is a deterrent as the products are in my opinion of a higher quality and have a longer longevity than products that are sold as a more all-inclusive set (and yes we did have one of the all-inclusive sets from a different brand before purchasing our City Mini Double and it has not fared as well as our Baby Jogger gear). The ride on the City Select Lux lives up to the Baby Jogger name and its Lux title. It is very cushy and comfortable navigating sidewalks both bumpy and smooth, grass, and gravel with ease. It does feel a bit taller than our other strollers, but was not an issue for either myself or my husband (I am 5 6). It is super easy to take down and put up. The folding mechanism on our stroller was a little stiff at first, but worked itself out with a few opening and closings. All in all we love this stroller and are so thankful to the weeSpring Parent Panel for sending it to us.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By Bryan1234
undisclosed
Not a "LUX" upgrade over the standard City Select
May 23, 2017
I REALLY like my City Select stroller, which I have had for over a year, so I was very excited when they released the LUX version. Unfortunately, I feel that the design team let me down. Pros--Folding Seat: Allowing me to quickly fold the stroller, in one maneuver, into the back of my SUV. -Seat material: Seat is softer and more plush than standard city select.-Mesh viewer in canopy: Much nicer than the plastic-y viewer in the standard city select that did not allow air flow. Definitely a higher end feel.-Higher handle height: Nicer for me at 6'3, but too high for my wife at 5'4".Cons--Wheels are MUCH harder than the standard City Select: The amount of vibration these wheels produced was a noticeable difference, both to me and my little one. He did not seem to mind so much and just made a loud noise so the vibration would resonate through him (with was sort of cute to an extent), but the extra vibration could definitely be felt on the handle. NOT a LUX ride.-New brake design: This was the deal breaker. When pushing the stroller, my hand fits perfectly between the telescoping button and bulky brake cladding. By perfectly, i mean that I cannot move my hand left or right, because it is confined to a fixed position. While I did not maintain a super wide grip on the city select, this failure by the design/engineering team took all the comfort out of pushing this stroller. -Elimination of the lower seating position: The higher handle position is a necessity due to being restricted to only having the higher seat position. My wife (5'4") finds the lowest position on the LUX to be too high to push comfortably. -Higher handle height (again) : Nicer for me at 6'3, but too high at the lowest setting for my wife at 5'4". Need a longer telescoping range. (Tried putting the LUX seat on the City Select, but there is no room to grip at the lowest setting.)My recommendation to friends and family would be to purchase the standard City Select stroller until Baby Jogger has an opportunity to design an upgrade with a real LUX feel. Also, a stroller at this price point should have a parent console for drinks, sunglasses, etc. Thank you to the weeSpring parent panel for providing this stroller for me to try out!
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By Ann S.
Ann Arbor, MI, United States
Smoothest ride at this price point!
May 23, 2017
Overall, this is a great stroller for this price point, and comparable to a few more expensive brands. It's especially excellent for a growing family living in a semi-urban environment. Pros: the all-wheel suspension is just amazing. I'd feel very confident putting even a very tiny baby in it because the ride is so smooth. It feels very sturdy and of very high quality. The fabric is textured and lovely. The basket underneath is generous, plus there is a zipper pouch and a long pocket on the back of the seat. For a working mom with a bunch of papers on me at all times, this feature is wonderful. The sun shade is also very big, and the air vent magnetizes open, which is totally genius. Folding and adjusting is pretty easy, though I still sometimes have to bust out the manual to figure out a particular configuration. It's also not so heavy considering how solidly built it is. And, for what it's worth, my toddler chooses this stroller among the few that we have and says it's very comfortable. Cons: This might be a personal preference, but I dislike the 5-piece harness. I'd rather wrestle my toddler's arms through the loops than try to get her to sit still while I connect them. I also prefer a foot break. This one has a hand break, which I like for slowing us down on big hills. But for the full break I'm better off with a kick break. And, like most other reviewers have noted, I'm a little annoyed that everything, including the cup holder, is sold separately. That's pretty standard for strollers these days though. I received this stroller as part of the weespring parent panel.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By Luckii
New Mexico, United States
Perfect stroller
May 22, 2017
We've had this a little over a month and we absolutely love it. Very easy to push as it pretty much pushes itself and love all the different seating position options. My son usually refuses to be in a stroller but this is the only one he doesn't mind being in. At first it is a little tricky getting back closed as it seems to stick pulling the lever up but seems to loosen over time. We're looking forward to adding the second seat for new baby coming and being able to use this as a double. It is a little heavier then expected but folds up and fits nicely in our trunk without an issue, also unfolds quickly for parents that tend to always be in a hurry like me.Very easy to bush along pretty much any type of terrain and the underneath storage basket is very big for lots of store. Also love the big sun canopy. Looking forward to using this stroller for the next couple years as it grows with our boys. Thank you WeeSpring Parent Panel for the opportunity to test this stroller out.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By swhc
New York, NY, United States
Flexible and powerful
May 22, 2017
Love this stroller so far. Feels well made with top notch materials and thoughtfully designed. We have been using the BOB Revolution for our first kid and now that we’‚¢¢‚€š‚¬¢‚€ž‚¢re expecting our second, wanted a workhorse stroller with - most important - flexibility. City Lux totally fits the bill: 1) We can configure multiple ways with two seats or a gliding board pretty easily and 2) This stroller is powerful and maneuvers our urban environment / uneven sidewalks with ease and strength. Our two most important factors. Also, pretty pleased with the size and accessibility of storage below. Wish the accessories were not sold separately and expensively, but we’‚¢¢‚€š‚¬¢‚€ž‚¢ve managed to get them secondhand. I received this stroller as a part of the weespring parent panel.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By swhc
New York, NY, United States
Flexible and powerful
May 22, 2017
Love this stroller so far. Feels well made with top notch materials and thoughtfully designed. We have been using the BOB Revolution for our first kid and now that we're expecting our second, wanted a workhorse stroller with - most important - flexibility. City Lux totally fits the bill: 1) We can configure multiple ways with two seats or a gliding board pretty easily and 2) This stroller is powerful and maneuvers our urban environment / uneven sidewalks with ease and strength. Our two most important factors. Also, pretty pleased with the size and accessibility of storage below. Wish the accessories were not sold separately and expensively, but we've managed to get them secondhand. I received this stroller as a part of the weespring parent panel.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By swhc
New York, NY, United States
Flexible and powerful
May 22, 2017
Love this stroller so far. Feels well made with top notch materials and thoughtfully designed. We have been using the BOB Revolution for our first kid and now that weâre expecting our second, wanted a workhorse stroller with - most important - flexibility. City Lux totally fits the bill: 1) We can configure multiple ways with two seats or a gliding board pretty easily and 2) This stroller is powerful and maneuvers our urban environment / uneven sidewalks with ease and strength. Our two most important factors. Also, pretty pleased with the size and accessibility of storage below. Wish the accessories were not sold separately and expensively, but weâve managed to get them secondhand. I received this stroller as a part of the weespring parent panel.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By swhc
New York, NY, United States
Flexible and powerful
May 22, 2017
Love this stroller so far. Feels well made with top notch materials and thoughtfully designed. We have been using the BOB Revolution for our first kid and now that weâ‚"re expecting our second, wanted a workhorse stroller with - most important - flexibility. City Lux totally fits the bill: 1) We can configure multiple ways with two seats or a gliding board pretty easily and 2) This stroller is powerful and maneuvers our urban environment / uneven sidewalks with ease and strength. Our two most important factors. Also, pretty pleased with the size and accessibility of storage below. Wish the accessories were not sold separately and expensively, but weâ‚"ve managed to get them secondhand. I received this stroller as a part of the weespring parent panel.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By swhc
New York, NY, United States
Flexible and powerful
May 22, 2017
Love this stroller so far. Feels well made with top notch materials and thoughtfully designed. We have been using the BOB Revolution for our first kid and now that were expecting our second, wanted a workhorse stroller with - most important - flexibility. City Lux totally fits the bill: 1) We can configure multiple ways with two seats or a gliding board pretty easily and 2) This stroller is powerful and maneuvers our urban environment / uneven sidewalks with ease and strength. Our two most important factors. Also, pretty pleased with the size and accessibility of storage below. Wish the accessories were not sold separately and expensively, but weve managed to get them secondhand. I received this stroller as a part of the weespring parent panel.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By StayceT
Brewerton, NY, United States
LUXURY!!!
May 20, 2017
I must say I was blown away by this stroller! Lux means Luxury for sure. I have tried a couple other strollers and must admit this is well worth the money! First off, the ease of putting it together out of the box was great! The wheels just clipped on as did the basket and canopy. Before I could get it together my little one 24 lbs hopped into the basket under the stroller and it held up amazingly, no sagging and she fit and had tons more room! The basket is a big size which is great it can hold tons of stuff! There are additional pouches to put more important stuff away more discretely. The material is top notch with a beautiful gender neutral color (ours is granite). The canopy is large so no real sun exposure and the UV protection is high too! I love the peek window on top of the canopy it is magnetic and neat! The fact that the seat can recline to a laying position is a major plus! There are 16 positions you can try, I have only tried a few. You can put the canopy any way you want, facing you, out ward and all different places on the stroller. You can turn this into a double stroller if need be and then back into a single! I love that positioning is so versatile. I love the all wheel suspension, only a luxury stroller would have this! Even when we went over gravel and other uneven terrain the ride was smooth. Going down a hill at a good speed the front wheels quivered a bit. The braking system is smooth and allows for good control when needed. The only issue I found well not really an issue but the handle for the brake is kind of short. It would be easier to squeeze the brake if it was a tad longer. The seat belt harness was safe and sturdy. I Like the quick release though a little cumbersome trying to snap the baby in while they wriggle around, there are 4 places that clip. All in all my toddler was safe and very comfortable. Thanks to Weespring Parent Panel for sending me this awesome stroller. Pros: built well, sturdy, luxury material, turns easily, rides really smooth, rubber wheels. Cons: buckle is like a puzzle piece, brake handle is short.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By StayceT
Brewerton, NY, United States
LUXURY!!!
May 20, 2017
I must say I was blown away by this stroller! Lux means Luxury for sure. I have tried a couple other strollers and must admit this is well worth the money! First off, the ease of putting it together out of the box was great! The wheels just clipped on as did the basket and canopy. Before I could get it together my little one 24 lbs hopped into the basket under the stroller and it held up amazingly, no sagging and she fit and had tons more room! The basket is a big size which is great it can hold tons of stuff! There are additional pouches to put more important stuff away more discretely. The material is top notch with a beautiful gender neutral color (ours is granite). The canopy is large so no real sun exposure and the UV protection is high too! I love the peek window on top of the canopy it is magnetic and neat! The fact that the seat can recline to a laying position is a major plus! There are 16 positions you can try, I have only tried a few. You can put the canopy any way you want, facing you, out ward and all different places on the stroller. You can turn this into a double stroller if need be and then back into a single! I love that positioning is so versatile. I love the all wheel suspension, only a luxury stroller would have this! Even when we went over gravel and other uneven terrain the ride was smooth. Going down a hill at a good speed the front wheels quivered a bit. The braking system is smooth and allows for good control when needed. The only issue I found well not really an issue but the handle for the brake is kind of short. It would be easier to squeeze the brake if it was a tad longer. The seat belt harness was safe and sturdy. I Like the quick release though a little cumbersome trying to snap the baby in while they wriggle around, there are 4 places that clip. All in all my toddler was safe and very comfortable. Thanks to Weespring Parent Panel for sending me this awesome stroller. Pros: built well, sturdy, luxury material, turns easily, rides really smooth, rubber wheels. Cons: buckle is like a puzzle piece, brake handle is short.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By StayceT
Brewerton, NY, United States
LUXURY!!!
May 20, 2017
I must say I was blown away by this stroller! Lux means Luxury for sure. I have tried a couple other strollers and must admit this is well worth the money! First off, the ease of putting it together out of the box was great! The wheels just clipped on as did the basket and canopy. Before I could get it together my little one 24 lbs hopped into the basket under the stroller and it held up amazingly, no sagging and she fit and had tons more room! The basket is a big size which is great it can hold tons of stuff! There are additional pouches to put more important stuff away more discretely. The material is top notch with a beautiful gender neutral color (ours is granite). The canopy is large so no real sun exposure and the UV protection is high too! I love the peek window on top of the canopy it is magnetic and neat! The fact that the seat can recline to a laying position is a major plus! There are 16 positions you can try, I have only tried a few. You can put the canopy any way you want, facing you, out ward and all different places on the stroller. You can turn this into a double stroller if need be and then back into a single! I love that positioning is so versatile. I love the all wheel suspension, only a luxury stroller would have this! Even when we went over gravel and other uneven terrain the ride was smooth. Going down a hill at a good speed the front wheels quivered a bit. The braking system is smooth and allows for good control when needed. The only issue I found well not really an issue but the handle for the brake is kind of short. It would be easier to squeeze the brake if it was a tad longer. The seat belt harness was safe and sturdy. I Like the quick release though a little cumbersome trying to snap the baby in while they wriggle around, there are 4 places that clip. All in all my toddler was safe and very comfortable. Thanks to Weespring Parent Panel for sending me this awesome stroller. Pros: built well, sturdy, luxury material, turns easily, rides really smooth, rubber wheels. Cons: buckle is like a puzzle piece, brake handle is short.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By MomofLiam
Keizer, OR, United States
Solid, top of the line stroller!
May 17, 2017
I consider myself somewhat of stroller guru. I've owned several different brands and price points of strollers, from the very cheap to the pretty expensive and high-end ones. While I have a different brand of jogger that I love, this stroller sets the bar very high and comes out on top. Pros: SUPER easy to set up - I did it in under 5 minutes Smooth ride over different terrain - sidewalks to a dirt/rock path and both were excellent. The shocks on this thing are amazing! Extremely easy to steer one-handed - a must for when you/if you have another child Easy to access basket underneath seat makes it simple to put in items and grab them Handbrake for hilly areas when you feel like your stroller is trying to run away on its own Solid construction - does not feel flimsy at ALL SO MANY CONFIGURATIONS - if you have 2 children, this is a great investment! Cons: Was hoping it would have a one-handed fold as I adore those but not for this one Pretty heavy to haul if you need to pick up when folded No center belly bar or cup holder for parent - at this price point, I feel it should be included All in all, a solid stroller for the outdoorsy or urban family, especially if you have two kids. Thanks to the weeSpring Parent Panel for sending me this stroller!
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By MomofLiam
Keizer, OR, United States
Solid, top of the line stroller!
May 17, 2017
I consider myself somewhat of stroller guru. I've owned several different brands and price points of strollers, from the very cheap to the pretty expensive and high-end ones. While I have a different brand of jogger that I love, this stroller sets the bar very high and comes out on top. Pros: SUPER easy to set up - I did it in under 5 minutes Smooth ride over different terrain - sidewalks to a dirt/rock path and both were excellent. The shocks on this thing are amazing! Extremely easy to steer one-handed - a must for when you/if you have another child Easy to access basket underneath seat makes it simple to put in items and grab them Handbrake for hilly areas when you feel like your stroller is trying to run away on its own Solid construction - does not feel flimsy at ALL SO MANY CONFIGURATIONS - if you have 2 children, this is a great investment! Cons: Was hoping it would have a one-handed fold as I adore those but not for this one Pretty heavy to haul if you need to pick up when folded No center belly bar or cup holder for parent - at this price point, I feel it should be included All in all, a solid stroller for the outdoorsy or urban family, especially if you have two kids. Thanks to the weeSpring Parent Panel for sending me this stroller!
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By MomofLiam
Keizer, OR, United States
Solid, top of the line stroller!
May 17, 2017
I consider myself somewhat of stroller guru. I've owned several different brands and price points of strollers, from the very cheap to the pretty expensive and high-end ones. While I have a different brand of jogger that I love, this stroller sets the bar very high and comes out on top.Pros: SUPER easy to set up - I did it in under 5 minutesSmooth ride over different terrain - sidewalks to a dirt/rock path and both were excellent. The shocks on this thing are amazing!Extremely easy to steer one-handed - a must for when you/if you have another childEasy to access basket underneath seat makes it simple to put in items and grab themHandbrake for hilly areas when you feel like your stroller is trying to run away on its ownSolid construction - does not feel flimsy at ALLSO MANY CONFIGURATIONS - if you have 2 children, this is a great investment!Cons:Was hoping it would have a one-handed fold as I adore those but not for this onePretty heavy to haul if you need to pick up when foldedNo center belly bar or cup holder for parent - at this price point, I feel it should be includedAll in all, a solid stroller for the outdoorsy or urban family, especially if you have two kids. Thanks to the weeSpring Parent Panel for sending me this stroller!
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By TechDad
Westminster, Md
LUX in name only
May 16, 2017
First I have to say as it is out of the box I really like the stroller. Its when used and compared to more inexpensive models that its shortcomings really start to appear. The lack of a parent console, the lack of a child tray, the inability to clip in a child seat....at this price point these should be standard options. Instead they are add-ons that drive the cost up, way up. I also found it ironic that a company named Baby Joger sells a stroller "not intended for jogging, or running" I give this stroller an average rating because the build quality is superb, the materials are plush and soft and it feels good pushing it. There are just too many things that are standard on the other models that should be standard here for the price. Thanks to the weeSpring Parent Panel for sending me this stroller!
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By jbail628
Overland Park, KS
Potential, but Not Quite 100%
May 16, 2017
Let me start this by mentioning that my toddler (20 months) has never ridden in a stroller. He has been worn, pulled in a wagon, or (mostly) walks. When this arrived, I'm not sure which of us was more excited to unbox it. It was like second Christmas in our house. After using the Lux for a few weeks, we've given it a thorough road test. It's been to the children's farmstead, off road on mulched paths, to and through the park, and around the town on sidewalks. Ultimately, this thing rocks. There are a few things I'd like to see tweaked and a few things I wish were different/included and I'll go into those in depth, but if you're looking for the Cliff's Notes version, I wish we'd gotten one of these sooner. Immediately out of the box, this stroller is super easy to assemble. I did most of it one-handed and with "helping" toddler hands. The fabric is soft and seems sturdy. The slate color is gorgeous. The sun shade is optional and was a tad bit more tricky to configure if you don't read the instructions, but it wasn't impossible. The parent peekaboo on the sun shade closes by magnet which I found to be a fun little extra. The telescoping handle is fantastic and a wonderful addition for this 5'9" mama. The seat configuration options are convenient if your child is large enough to be held by the 5 point harness. The harness can be tricky to snap if you're trying one-handed or have a squirmy child. Typically, the top will slide out before you get it latched. The strap covers can inhibit the adjustment of the shoulder straps, but they make it easy to hide the excess harness (which also makes it look sleek). As a nice extra, the seat is significantly higher on the frame than your standard stroller. Bonus points because I don't have to lean down as far to strap him in and he can see a lot more when we're out and about. There is a small zippered section and a bit of a mesh pouch on the back of the enclosed seat. It will hold a large cell phone or small wallet, but not much else. The under carriage basket is large and can be accessed both from the front and from behind. This was convenient for stashing extra rain boots and sweatshirts and for catching things my toddler tried to slide out of the seat. There is no structure to the basket, though. Water bottles won't stand up, etc. Things tend to migrate toward the center of the basket while traveling. Tires are large-ish and sturdy. They are not air-filled, however and the stroller's performance suffers because of it. Suspension is, to put it nicely, junk. Our city shaves down uneven portions of the sidewalks and even then, my toddler was bouncing and jerking around. As previous reviewers have said, this is NOT a jogging stroller. I did, however, expect a somewhat smoother ride. In terms of size, this stroller is what I consider fairly compact for what it is. It fits nicely into the trunk of my sedan and leaves plenty of room for the rest of my "mom gear." Folding and unfolding is extremely easy and fast. Reconfiguring the seat and locking/unlocking the front wheels is also simple and quick. Now for the not-so-great parts. Some of the materials used are just cheap. On our second outing, an accent piece (silver metal sticker in the arch above "Baby Jogger" on one of the sides) just fell off. Weird. The hand parking brake piece is also a cheap plastic painted silver. On our third outing, I noted that something had rubbed against it and the paint was rubbed off. Still not sure how or when that happened, but it makes that piece look cheap. The parking brake release snaps quickly and if your hand is anywhere near it, it gives you a nice whap. Ouch! And let's be honest, a single cup holder would've been fantastic. There are knobs on the side where it appears one would attach. Surprise! You have you buy it separately. Need your kid to hold their own cup? Guess you'll have to shove it beside them in the seat because there's no child tray or cup holder for them. The number of available accessories is nice, though the prices make comforts more luxury with this stroller. Bottom line: Solid stroller with some upgrades. Pros: Quick and easy assembly, set up, folding, and reconfiguration Quality seat materials Decent sized under-carriage basket Handles varying terrains well Cons: Poor suspension Cheap materials Standard accessories aren't standard and must be purchased separately Huge thanks to weeSpring's Parent Panel for the opportunity to review this stroller. While they did provide us with the opportunity to test it, all opinions in this review are my own.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By TechDad
Westminster, Md
LUX in name only
May 16, 2017
First I have to say as it is out of the box I really like the stroller. Its when used and compared to more inexpensive models that its shortcomings really start to appear. The lack of a parent console, the lack of a child tray, the inability to clip in a child seat....at this price point these should be standard options. Instead they are add-ons that drive the cost up, way up. I also found it ironic that a company named Baby Joger sells a stroller "not intended for jogging, or running" I give this stroller an average rating because the build quality is superb, the materials are plush and soft and it feels good pushing it. There are just too many things that are standard on the other models that should be standard here for the price. Thanks to the weeSpring Parent Panel for sending me this stroller!
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By jbail628
Overland Park, KS
Potential, but Not Quite 100%
May 16, 2017
Let me start this by mentioning that my toddler (20 months) has never ridden in a stroller. He has been worn, pulled in a wagon, or (mostly) walks. When this arrived, I'm not sure which of us was more excited to unbox it. It was like second Christmas in our house. After using the Lux for a few weeks, we've given it a thorough road test. It's been to the children's farmstead, off road on mulched paths, to and through the park, and around the town on sidewalks. Ultimately, this thing rocks. There are a few things I'd like to see tweaked and a few things I wish were different/included and I'll go into those in depth, but if you're looking for the Cliff's Notes version, I wish we'd gotten one of these sooner. Immediately out of the box, this stroller is super easy to assemble. I did most of it one-handed and with "helping" toddler hands. The fabric is soft and seems sturdy. The slate color is gorgeous. The sun shade is optional and was a tad bit more tricky to configure if you don't read the instructions, but it wasn't impossible. The parent peekaboo on the sun shade closes by magnet which I found to be a fun little extra. The telescoping handle is fantastic and a wonderful addition for this 5'9" mama. The seat configuration options are convenient if your child is large enough to be held by the 5 point harness. The harness can be tricky to snap if you're trying one-handed or have a squirmy child. Typically, the top will slide out before you get it latched. The strap covers can inhibit the adjustment of the shoulder straps, but they make it easy to hide the excess harness (which also makes it look sleek). As a nice extra, the seat is significantly higher on the frame than your standard stroller. Bonus points because I don't have to lean down as far to strap him in and he can see a lot more when we're out and about. There is a small zippered section and a bit of a mesh pouch on the back of the enclosed seat. It will hold a large cell phone or small wallet, but not much else. The under carriage basket is large and can be accessed both from the front and from behind. This was convenient for stashing extra rain boots and sweatshirts and for catching things my toddler tried to slide out of the seat. There is no structure to the basket, though. Water bottles won't stand up, etc. Things tend to migrate toward the center of the basket while traveling. Tires are large-ish and sturdy. They are not air-filled, however and the stroller's performance suffers because of it. Suspension is, to put it nicely, junk. Our city shaves down uneven portions of the sidewalks and even then, my toddler was bouncing and jerking around. As previous reviewers have said, this is NOT a jogging stroller. I did, however, expect a somewhat smoother ride. In terms of size, this stroller is what I consider fairly compact for what it is. It fits nicely into the trunk of my sedan and leaves plenty of room for the rest of my "mom gear." Folding and unfolding is extremely easy and fast. Reconfiguring the seat and locking/unlocking the front wheels is also simple and quick. Now for the not-so-great parts. Some of the materials used are just cheap. On our second outing, an accent piece (silver metal sticker in the arch above "Baby Jogger" on one of the sides) just fell off. Weird. The hand parking brake piece is also a cheap plastic painted silver. On our third outing, I noted that something had rubbed against it and the paint was rubbed off. Still not sure how or when that happened, but it makes that piece look cheap. The parking brake release snaps quickly and if your hand is anywhere near it, it gives you a nice whap. Ouch! And let's be honest, a single cup holder would've been fantastic. There are knobs on the side where it appears one would attach. Surprise! You have you buy it separately. Need your kid to hold their own cup? Guess you'll have to shove it beside them in the seat because there's no child tray or cup holder for them. The number of available accessories is nice, though the prices make comforts more luxury with this stroller. Bottom line: Solid stroller with some upgrades. Pros: Quick and easy assembly, set up, folding, and reconfiguration Quality seat materials Decent sized under-carriage basket Handles varying terrains well Cons: Poor suspension Cheap materials Standard accessories aren't standard and must be purchased separately Huge thanks to weeSpring's Parent Panel for the opportunity to review this stroller. While they did provide us with the opportunity to test it, all opinions in this review are my own.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By jbail628
Overland Park, KS
Potential, but Not Quite 100%
May 16, 2017
Let me start this by mentioning that my toddler (20 months) has never ridden in a stroller. He has been worn, pulled in a wagon, or (mostly) walks. When this arrived, I'm not sure which of us was more excited to unbox it. It was like second Christmas in our house. After using the Lux for a few weeks, we've given it a thorough road test. It's been to the children's farmstead, off road on mulched paths, to and through the park, and around the town on sidewalks. Ultimately, this thing rocks. There are a few things I'd like to see tweaked and a few things I wish were different/included and I'll go into those in depth, but if you're looking for the Cliff's Notes version, I wish we'd gotten one of these sooner. I'mmediately out of the box, this stroller is super easy to assemble. I did most of it one-handed and with "helping" toddler hands. The fabric is soft and seems sturdy. The slate color is gorgeous. The sun shade is optional and was a tad bit more tricky to configure if you don't read the instructions, but it wasn't impossible. The parent peekaboo on the sun shade closes by magnet which I found to be a fun little extra. The telescoping handle is fantastic and a wonderful addition for this 5'9" mama. The seat configuration options are convenient if your child is large enough to be held by the 5 point harness. The harness can be tricky to snap if you're trying one-handed or have a squirmy child. Typically, the top will slide out before you get it latched. The strap covers can inhibit the adjustment of the shoulder straps, but they make it easy to hide the excess harness (which also makes it look sleek). As a nice extra, the seat is significantly higher on the frame than your standard stroller. Bonus points because I don't have to lean down as far to strap him in and he can see a lot more when we're out and about. There is a small zippered section and a bit of a mesh pouch on the back of the enclosed seat. It will hold a large cell phone or small wallet, but not much else. The under carriage basket is large and can be accessed both from the front and from behind. This was convenient for stashing extra rain boots and sweatshirts and for catching things my toddler tried to slide out of the seat. There is no structure to the basket, though. Water bottles won't stand up, etc. Things tend to migrate toward the center of the basket while traveling. Tires are large-ish and sturdy. They are not air-filled, however and the stroller's performance suffers because of it. Suspension is, to put it nicely, junk. Our city shaves down uneven portions of the sidewalks and even then, my toddler was bouncing and jerking around. As previous reviewers have said, this is NOT a jogging stroller. I did, however, expect a somewhat smoother ride. In terms of size, this stroller is what I consider fairly compact for what it is. It fits nicely into the trunk of my sedan and leaves plenty of room for the rest of my "mom gear." Folding and unfolding is extremely easy and fast. Reconfiguring the seat and locking/unlocking the front wheels is also simple and quick. Now for the not-so-great parts. Some of the materials used are just cheap. On our second outing, an accent piece (silver metal sticker in the arch above "Baby Jogger" on one of the sides) just fell off. Weird. The hand parking brake piece is also a cheap plastic painted silver. On our third outing, I noted that something had rubbed against it and the paint was rubbed off. Still not sure how or when that happened, but it makes that piece look cheap. The parking brake release snaps quickly and if your hand is anywhere near it, it gives you a nice whap. Ouch! And let's be honest, a single cup holder would've been fantastic. There are knobs on the side where it appears one would attach. Surprise! You have you buy it separately. Need your kid to hold their own cup? Guess you'll have to shove it beside them in the seat because there's no child tray or cup holder for them. The number of available accessories is nice, though the prices make comforts more luxury with this stroller. Bottom line: Solid stroller with some upgrades. Pros: Quick and easy assembly, set up, folding, and reconfiguration Quality seat materials Decent sized under-carriage basket Handles varying terrains well Cons: Poor suspension Cheap materials Standard accessories aren't standard and must be purchased separately Huge thanks to weeSpring's Parent Panel for the opportunity to review this stroller. While they did provide us with the opportunity to test it, all opinions in this review are my own.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By TechDad
Westminster, Md
LUX in name only
May 16, 2017
First I have to say as it is out of the box I really like the stroller. Its when used and compared to more inexpensive models that its shortcomings really start to appear. The lack of a parent console, the lack of a child tray, the inability to clip in a child seat....at this price point these should be standard options. Instead they are add-ons that drive the cost up, way up. I also found it ironic that a company named Baby Joger sells a stroller "not intended for jogging, or running"I give this stroller an average rating because the build quality is superb, the materials are plush and soft and it feels good pushing it. There are just too many things that are standard on the other models that should be standard here for the price. Thanks to the weeSpring Parent Panel for sending me this stroller!
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By jbail628
Overland Park, KS
Potential, but Not Quite 100%
May 16, 2017
Let me start this by mentioning that my toddler (20 months) has never ridden in a stroller. He has been worn, pulled in a wagon, or (mostly) walks. When this arrived, I'm not sure which of us was more excited to unbox it. It was like second Christmas in our house. After using the Lux for a few weeks, we've given it a thorough road test. It's been to the children's farmstead, off road on mulched paths, to and through the park, and around the town on sidewalks. Ultimately, this thing rocks. There are a few things I'd like to see tweaked and a few things I wish were different/included and I'll go into those in depth, but if you're looking for the Cliff's Notes version, I wish we'd gotten one of these sooner. I'mmediately out of the box, this stroller is super easy to assemble. I did most of it one-handed and with "helping" toddler hands. The fabric is soft and seems sturdy. The slate color is gorgeous. The sun shade is optional and was a tad bit more tricky to configure if you don't read the instructions, but it wasn't impossible. The parent peekaboo on the sun shade closes by magnet which I found to be a fun little extra. The telescoping handle is fantastic and a wonderful addition for this 5'9" mama.The seat configuration options are convenient if your child is large enough to be held by the 5 point harness. The harness can be tricky to snap if you're trying one-handed or have a squirmy child. Typically, the top will slide out before you get it latched. The strap covers can inhibit the adjustment of the shoulder straps, but they make it easy to hide the excess harness (which also makes it look sleek). As a nice extra, the seat is significantly higher on the frame than your standard stroller. Bonus points because I don't have to lean down as far to strap him in and he can see a lot more when we're out and about. There is a small zippered section and a bit of a mesh pouch on the back of the enclosed seat. It will hold a large cell phone or small wallet, but not much else. The under carriage basket is large and can be accessed both from the front and from behind. This was convenient for stashing extra rain boots and sweatshirts and for catching things my toddler tried to slide out of the seat. There is no structure to the basket, though. Water bottles won't stand up, etc. Things tend to migrate toward the center of the basket while traveling. Tires are large-ish and sturdy. They are not air-filled, however and the stroller's performance suffers because of it. Suspension is, to put it nicely, junk. Our city shaves down uneven portions of the sidewalks and even then, my toddler was bouncing and jerking around. As previous reviewers have said, this is NOT a jogging stroller. I did, however, expect a somewhat smoother ride. In terms of size, this stroller is what I consider fairly compact for what it is. It fits nicely into the trunk of my sedan and leaves plenty of room for the rest of my "mom gear." Folding and unfolding is extremely easy and fast. Reconfiguring the seat and locking/unlocking the front wheels is also simple and quick. Now for the not-so-great parts. Some of the materials used are just cheap. On our second outing, an accent piece (silver metal sticker in the arch above "Baby Jogger" on one of the sides) just fell off. Weird. The hand parking brake piece is also a cheap plastic painted silver. On our third outing, I noted that something had rubbed against it and the paint was rubbed off. Still not sure how or when that happened, but it makes that piece look cheap. The parking brake release snaps quickly and if your hand is anywhere near it, it gives you a nice whap. Ouch!And let's be honest, a single cup holder would've been fantastic. There are knobs on the side where it appears one would attach. Surprise! You have you buy it separately. Need your kid to hold their own cup? Guess you'll have to shove it beside them in the seat because there's no child tray or cup holder for them. The number of available accessories is nice, though the prices make comforts more luxury with this stroller. Bottom line: Solid stroller with some upgrades. Pros: Quick and easy assembly, set up, folding, and reconfigurationQuality seat materialsDecent sized under-carriage basketHandles varying terrains wellCons:Poor suspensionCheap materialsStandard accessories aren't standard and must be purchased separatelyHuge thanks to weeSpring's Parent Panel for the opportunity to review this stroller. While they did provide us with the opportunity to test it, all opinions in this review are my own.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By SavannahKate
Tampa, FL, United States
Improving on the Best
May 13, 2017
As the owner of a 2015 City Select I was very excited to receive the new Lux version. My favorite features are the hand brake that doubles as parking brake. One of my concerns with CS was that even with just one child it was a bit heavy going down hills so this addition was particularly exciting for me as we will soon be adding a second seat (and more weight) to our stroller! I also really love the new fold, with regular CS we would remove seat (very easy to do) before folding to maximize trunk space but now we don't need to as the seat folds up nice and slim on the frame. Plus the auto lock is a huge help. The new fabrics are beautiful and are still fully removable and machine washable in case a simple wipe down is not enough. My only concern is that, like the basic City Select, the Lux also comes with no accessories. I'd love at least a cup holder or belly bar. Though I can't wait to see the new lux accessories like the shopping bag and my favorite, the jump seat which will be perfect for my toddler. Overall I think this stroller is all of what I loveee about the City Select but with a few well chosen improvements. I received this stroller as a gift from the weeSpring Parent Panel.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By SavannahKate
Tampa, FL, United States
Improving on the Best
May 13, 2017
As the owner of a 2015 City Select I was very excited to receive the new Lux version. My favorite features are the hand brake that doubles as parking brake. One of my concerns with CS was that even with just one child it was a bit heavy going down hills so this addition was particularly exciting for me as we will soon be adding a second seat (and more weight) to our stroller! I also really love the new fold, with regular CS we would remove seat (very easy to do) before folding to maximize trunk space but now we don't need to as the seat folds up nice and slim on the frame. Plus the auto lock is a huge help. The new fabrics are beautiful and are still fully removable and machine washable in case a simple wipe down is not enough. My only concern is that, like the basic City Select, the Lux also comes with no accessories. I'd love at least a cup holder or belly bar. Though I can't wait to see the new lux accessories like the shopping bag and my favorite, the jump seat which will be perfect for my toddler. Overall I think this stroller is all of what I loveee about the City Select but with a few well chosen improvements. I received this stroller as a gift from the weeSpring Parent Panel.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.
By SavannahKate
Tampa, FL, United States
I'mproving on the Best
May 13, 2017
As the owner of a 2015 City Select I was very excited to receive the new Lux version. My favorite features are the hand brake that doubles as parking brake. One of my concerns with CS was that even with just one child it was a bit heavy going down hills so this addition was particularly exciting for me as we will soon be adding a second seat (and more weight) to our stroller! I also really love the new fold, with regular CS we would remove seat (very easy to do) before folding to maximize trunk space but now we don't need to as the seat folds up nice and slim on the frame. Plus the auto lock is a huge help. The new fabrics are beautiful and are still fully removable and machine washable in case a simple wipe down is not enough. My only concern is that, like the basic City Select, the Lux also comes with no accessories. I'd love at least a cup holder or belly bar. Though I can't wait to see the new lux accessories like the shopping bag and my favorite, the jump seat which will be perfect for my toddler. Overall I think this stroller is all of what I loveee about the City Select but with a few well chosen improvements. I received this stroller as a gift from the weeSpring Parent Panel.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.

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