Just the stroller I needed.

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of UPPAbaby. The opinions and text are all mine.

Having babies so close to age I was constantly worrying about what products I needed to buy and what would be sufficient enough to share among them. But one thing I knew I would need to buy with thorough research. And that was a double stroller.

I had some pretty basic requirements. Some things I had in mind which were necessary in a double stroller were-
- Stroller should be light weight. Maneuvering 2 babies is a task enough and the stroller need not contribute to the weight but rather help combat any difficulties.
- Compact fold. I may not always have a large family car and my car truck may get smaller if I decide to change my car. So having a compact folded stroller was a requirement so that it could fit a wide range of cars.
- Large canopy. I always prefer strollers with larger canopies since babies are sitting on a lower level and the sun generally hits on their face. Having large canopy helps in safe guarding them from direct sunlight.
- Birth to beyond usage. With an infant and a toddler, I needed something which would fit them both and be comfortable enough for both their ages and last me for a long time.
- Individual recline. This was a MUST have for me since we travel a lot and kids need their naps to function normally. Having both my kids being able to nap in the stroller with proper reclining seats for each was very important.
- Snack tray. Babies love their snacks and this is quite a requiement since kids do not always hold on to snack cups and may drop them. So snack trays are a great feature.
- Large storage. With 2 kids, space is always a must in a stroller. Having enough under seat storage was very important for me.

Uppababy G-LINK double stroller came into my life and fulfilled almost my every requirement.

Uppababy G-LINK believes in - “Breeze through with two.”

The versatile Uppababy G-LINK stroller allows for effortless maneuverability from birth to years
beyond. It’s the one that does the work for two. Independent reclining seats and adjustable
footrests ensure a comfortable ride, while its lightweight frame and simple fold keep you moving.

• Suitable from birth up to 55 lbs per seat/110 lbs total weight
• Side-by-side seats with independent one-handed adjustable recline with four positions
• Infant Support that include a fully reclined seat combined with infant head support, a mesh foot barrier, and an independent adjustable footrest support
• Large independent canopies with extendable, pop-out UPF 50+ sunshades
• Four sets of wheels vs. traditional six for optimal maneuverability
• Single-action brake with simple, one-action fold, and stands when folded
• Double storage pockets and an easy-access basket with 10 lb capacity easily store
• Included Cup Holder
• UbXtend 3-Year Warranty with online registration
• Travel Bag, purchased separately, guarantees gear protection during air travel with TravelSafe program.
I will admit I was hesitant to using a side by side stroller after being habituated with a front and back one for a few months now. But the pros are so many then the cons that I am happy with the shift.

Category: lightweight
Dimensions: 30"W x 29"L x 42"H
Folded Dimensions: 18.5" x 20.5" x 43"
Weight: 24.5 lbs
Weight Capacity: 50 lbs/seat
Wheel Size: 5.75
Recline: 4 position, near flat

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