Rating: 10 /10  |  Avg Cost: 3 /10  | 100% would buy again.


Excellent quality but price leaves much to be desired
 (Member since: 2/27/2014 11:00:18 AM) | Reviewed: over 4 years ago.
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As the title of this review suggests, this is an excellent stroller with a number of worthwhile features, but the price tag really breaks the bank. The UppaBaby Cruz offers shielding from the sun, a lower basket for carrying items, a reversible seat so that you can play with your child while walking and a sleek compact frame for travel. In addition to those features, the Cruz also has shock absorbing wheels and a collapsible frame for traveling ease. This really is the perfect stroller, but I personally can't justify purchasing it for $500 (my friend has one). when I an get a $20 stroller from Walmart that will get the job done. The other thing to keep in min is that it's an item that is only necessary for about a year and a half. Once your child starts walking it will become obsolete. If you don't mind wasting the money then by all means buy it new. If you really have your heart set on the Cruz I strongly advise that you look for one used. The money you would save can be better spend elsewhere.
I would buy this product again.

Excellent quality but price leaves much to be desired
 (Member since: 2/27/2014 11:00:18 AM) | Reviewed: over 4 years ago.
Rating: | Cost:
As the title of this review suggests, this is an excellent stroller with a number of worthwhile features, but the price tag really breaks the bank. The UppaBaby Cruz offers shielding from the sun, a lower basket for carrying items, a reversible seat so that you can play with your child while walking and a sleek compact frame for travel. In addition to those features, the Cruz also has shock absorbing wheels and a collapsible frame for traveling ease. This really is the perfect stroller, but I personally can't justify purchasing it for $500 (my friend has one). when I an get a $20 stroller from Walmart that will get the job done. The other thing to keep in min is that it's an item that is only necessary for about a year and a half. Once your child starts walking it will become obsolete. If you don't mind wasting the money then by all means buy it new. If you really have your heart set on the Cruz I strongly advise that you look for one used. The money you would save can be better spend elsewhere.
I would buy this product again.