Uppababy G-Luxe Pushchair

from Uppababy
RRP  £149.99
Uppababy G-Luxe Pushchair

by motherandbaby |
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Packed full of features, the G-Luxe is one of our favourite lightweight pushchairs and has an easy to use, innovative fold. Pricey, but worth it for the smooth and comfortable ride.

Packed with useful features and also extremely light, the G-Luxe is our top buy for parents who want a great everyday pushchair for babies over three months. Our testers appreciated the extra features, from the cup holder to the fact it stands up when folded. There’s a huge basket, a carry handle, and it’s easy to get up kerbs because the frame leans back.

The G-Luxe is very simple to open and close, as the mechanism is operated by a hand lever, and the footrest stops it rolling forward. The seat is well padded and roomy, too. The extendable UV canopy is a bonus and once folded the pushchair easily fits into small cars. The only negative is that it felt like the steering was a little slack, but overall, the G-Luxe copes well with a range of surfaces. It’s sat the top of the range pricewise, but full of enough extras to make it well worth the price tag.

To buy and for more reviews please visit our Prams and Pushchairs page.

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Product Information

Uppababy G-Luxe Pushchair

Weighs 5.1kg.

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