Monday, June 23, 2008

Take The G-Lite Stroller on Your Summer Vacation

If you're looking for a lightweight, stylish umbrella stroller to take with you on your summer vacation, look no further than the UPPAbaby G-Lite Stroller.

At about 8 pounds, this lovely stroller is the lightest one around, which makes it perfect for lugging through airports, hauling in and out of taxis, or pushing through unfamiliar cities and amusement parks. It folds easily thanks to hand-level triggers--so you won't be searching around with your foot trying to find the folding mechanism. Plus it stands when folded, which is so convenient, especially at restaurants. The stroller's aluminum frame and shoulder strap make it easy to carry around, too.

The G-Lite also offers the strongest set of features of any product in the super-lightweight umbrella stroller category. It's got a removable & machine washable seat pad to make clean up as easy as possible. What's even better is that the G-Lite is still usable while the seat is being washed thanks to its full time breathable mesh seat. The breathable mesh makes for a comfortable ride even if your vacation takes you to more tropical climes.

The G-Lite also features high performance extra-wide wheels and tires and front wheel suspension for a surprisingly smooth ride. Long, elevated handles make it more comfortable for mom and dad as well.

The G-Lite has been getting lots of attention lately. Fit Pregnancy featured it in their 2008 Buyer's Guide in March. Kara from the Mommies with Style blog recently posted a detailed review of the G-Lite as well. And tons of celebrity moms have been spotted pushing the G-Lite including Keri Russell, Tori Spelling, Denise Richards, and Brooke Shields (according to Celebrity Baby Blog). I'm sure these savvy celebs have noticed that the G-Lite packs an impression punch all wrapped up in just 8 stylish pounds!

To learn more about UPPAbaby's G-Lite stroller visit At just $100, it's probably the cheapest form of transportation you and baby will enjoy this summer!

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