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Umbrella Stroller Run Down: G-Luxe vs. Pepp

Umbrella Stroller Run Down: G-Luxe vs. Pepp

Now that summer is here, it is time to start the activities with the kids.  Anything to help make your life easier is a welcome addition.  We have some lightweight umbrella strollers that are just the right size for those trips to amusement parks and splash pads.

The Uppababy G-Luxe Stroller

UPPAbaby G-Luxe Lightweight Stroller

This lightweight and fashionable stroller is perfect for all the outings you have planned this summer. You can recline this 15 pound stroller into three positions using just one hand.  It has high performance shock-absorbing wheels,  and the front ones lock for stability.  It has a one step brake and tall ergonomic handles for easier pushing.  An extendable and SPF 50+sunshade will keep your babes safe from the sun. There's also a 5 point harness to keep your littles one's secure. Check out other colors and more info here! The G-Luxe stroller also comes in a new double stroller version called the UppaBaby G-LinkWhat is unique about this stroller: It comes in array of different colors and is slightly less heavy than the Nuna Pepp, the umbrella also has SPF in it.

The Nuna Pepp Stroller

This lightweight stroller gives you the option of turning your car seat into a travel system.  It is 20 pounds and is compatible with the super stylish Nuna Pipa car seat with the included adapters.  It folds into a flat compact form.  There is a peek-a-boo window to see your little one enjoying themselves and keep an eye on how they're doing.  There is a removable storage basket underneath, and the swivel wheels lock when needed.  It also has a rear wheel brake system.  Find out more about it here!  What is unique about this stroller: It can accommodate a car seat, becoming a travel system.  It has rear wheel brakes and a peekaboo window in the canopy.

Written by Callie Lippard
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