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Baby Jogger City Tour LUX Stroller - Rosewood

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Description
Item # 2042015


Specifications

Stroller weight: 19.4 lbs
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Recommended Use: 6 months to 45 lbs
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Open (in): Coming soon
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Folded (in): 24 x 21 x 11
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What's Included: Carry bag

What's NOT Included: Cup holder, child tray, rain cover, bumper bar

 

From Birth

Perfect from birth travel system with a compatible car seat (adapters required, sold separately) or a City Tour Lux bassinet (sold separately).

Reversible Seat

Baby can face you or explore the world with the easy-to-reverse seat.                                        

Flat Recline

The multiposition recline includes a flat position for tuckered out tots.

Compact Fold

Folds ultra-compactly with just one hand, and stands on its own when folded.



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Five Ways to Ride

  • Stroll in style with 5 different riding options. The city tour LUX now accepts on infant car seat or bassinet to accommodate children from birth and has reversible seating to be rear facing or forward facing.
  • Pair it with the glider board (sold separately) to make it a double!
  • New foldable bassinet accessory (sold separately) folds with the stroller to make traveling with your infant easier than ever!

Compact fold

  • Ultra compact one hand fold
  • Features an auto-lock when folded, allowing you to fold and go quickly.
  • Includes auto lock and integrated carry strap for easy transport

Improved Control & Ease of Use

  • Flip Flop friendly hand brake
  • Lightweight & durable PU tires
  • All-wheel suspension keeps mom and baby comfortable on many terrains
  • Included carry bag and integrated carry strap for easy transportation

Additional Features

  • Multiple recline positions
  • 3 panel canopy with UV 50+ protection, a canopy visor for extra shade & one peek-a-boo window
  • Adjustable foot well
  • 5-point harness

Specifications:

  • Folded Dimensions: 26 x 21 x 10
  • Product Weight: 19.4 lbs
  • Child Weight Capacity: 45 lbs
  • Basket Capacity: 15.4 lbs

3.8
4 Reviews
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75% Recommend this product (3 of 4 responses)
By Talia
Elgin, Illinois
October 17, 2018
Very happy with this purchase!
I was looking for a small easy to travel stroller that could attach with my city go car. The stroller is light easy to fold and I love it! I would definitely recommend.
By Youjin
Blaine, Washington
September 18, 2018
Great!
Great compact stroller! It also works well with the glider board. But i find the handle bar is bit low.
By Kitty
Milpitas, CA
July 24, 2018
Not quite the jack of all trades that I was expecting
The concept of this stroller is amazing. I love the idea of the light weight reversible seat, the large basket for a travel stroller, the hand brake rather than foot break, the giant canopy, and adjustable harness that enables a 5 point or 3 point harness depending on the size and preference of the child. I love the idea of the belly bar. The low star rating is because this stroller is only good in theory. Starting at the top of the list. Yes, the seat reverses, but depending on which way you fold it, the seat either gets trapped when folded ( good thing) or, just the frame locks, and the seat freely swings out as you lift it into your trunk ( bad!) The basket is good. It's sturdy and deep and easy to access. Easier to access when the child is parent facing. I also love the zipper pocket. No complaints here. The handbrake is INCREDIBLY stiff. I have actually panicked a couple of times when I couldn't unlock the wheels, because the only unlocking is done via a button, rather than a lever. You need to have a very strong thumb! Great concept, awful in practice. Also, my child can reach the lever when parent facing, and randomly lock the wheels while we're strolling. Would have been better to put it out of reach of a child, maybe? The canopy is large, but flimsy and looks like it just got rescued from the jaws of a trash compactor. It also falls backwards towards the seat, as the seat reclines. It only really works when the seat is upright, since gravity holds it down, unfortunately gravity pulls it in the opposite direction and your child who is laying flat, and probably trying to sleep, gets blasted with bright sunlight unexpectedly. I have pushed the stroller with my stomach while holding the canopy taut over his body. Not a good look. The harness is very finicky. The one on my stroller has one side that snaps in quite nicely, and the other side doesn't snap at all, meaning I have to hold the top portion of the shoulder strap in the groove of the waist strap while inserting it into the buckle. My child loves riding in the stroller so we don't have too many issues with him squirming, but it takes the same finesse as putting on a necklace clasp, you have to line it up just so, otherwise it all crumbles in your hand and you have to find the pieces to click together again. I know baby jogger can do better, the clasp on the GT is amazing, they know how to make this concept work, so why cheap out on this new concept? The belly bar is only useful when the child is sitting upright. If you recline the seat, the belly bar hits the child at the knees, sometimes literally. I have to remove the belly bar when my child is sleeping, hold the canopy over his body, and push with one hand. This stroller does not have good one handed maneuverability at ALL. It feels very heavy. My child is barely 25 lbs, I really don't know how a 45 lb child can ride in this if this is how it feels now. I am so disappointed!
ProsVery lightweight Reversible seat Good size basket Mesh peeka-boo instead of plastic
ConsThe handling The puzzle piece buckle that falls apart in your hands The canopy
Best UsesTravel Paved surfaces Malls
By Ellie
powell, Ohio
May 18, 2018
Good for medium size stroller
The stroller is ok.I was debating between the babyzen yoyo6+and the city tour lux and ended up buying city tour. It is heavier than yoyo but more stable and safer. I love long canopy and reversible seat. I have a Uppababy vista, but bought LUX because Uppababy is too heavy. Hand break is bit difficult to use, but overall a good stroller.

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