The Vue Lite offers lightweight convenience in our revolutionary reversible seat umbrella stroller. An evolution in umbrella strollers, the Vue Lite can switch from parent facing to forward facing in an instant. The Vue Lite is not intended for jogging.
Use the foot release to fold your Vue Lite in an instant. The carrying handle makes transporting your folded stroller a breeze.
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Parent facing or forward facing, you can stroll both ways! The seat of the Vue Lite reverses direction in a simple one-hand motion so you can face your child toward you when they are little, then flip the seat forward so they can explore the world as they grow.
Multiple recline positions in either direction to make sure that your child is comfortable no matter their view. There is even a multi-position parent facing footwell. And a 55 lb. weight capacity means the Vue Lite can take them all the way from their first days to their first school.
The UV 50+ multi-position canopy reverses in one easy step to protect baby from the sun’s rays while facing you or facing the world.
You can set your 5” lightweight front wheels to swivel for your daily obstacle course or lock for long distance strolling.
Rated 4 out of
Annie in the city from
lightweight, city/travel strollerI bought this about a month ago. It is a lightweight stroller with a reversible seat. I have a six month old that needed to lay flat in the stroller for naps, look at me as we cruise around, and I need to lug my stroller up stairs, into the trunk of my car, onto the bus, and around the city I live in. This stroller is very good for the price. The wheels are sturdy enough to get around the messy sidewalks in my city, and the stroller is narrow enough to go in stores and restaurants. Although it is not a sturdy, heavy travel system, it gets the job done. The one down side is that it is so narrow a larger person would have a hard time getting their baby in and out.
Date published: 2015-07-26
Rated 2 out of
Stairs are a problemI really like the fact that my daughter can face me while in it. I need to be able to see her to clean her drool & spit up. The canopy doesn't cover her fully & I still have to cover the stroller with a blanket to block out the sun. Also, if you need to take the stairs (I live in the city) the brake is a major flaw. The brake gets in the way as I'm going up or down the stairs. Lastly, folding the stroller is a major problem. I have to close it my hand because the foot release system doesn't seem to work. With that said, I do like the stroller but the canopy, brake and folding mechanism needs to be adjusted.
Date published: 2015-05-27
Rated 4 out of
Love this strollerI waited for this stroller to be real eased for a long time. I really wanted a light stroller that folded easily, reversed, and had a large canopy which this stroller does. I like that it locks when folded as our large stroller doesn't do that and it's awful to put in the back of my SUV. I find the stroller sturdy and my 7 month old fits in it well. Some of the light strollers I tried were not sturdy at all! I like that it reverses easily and reclines to almost flat in both directions. He has napped in it numerous times. It has a small basket and no parent console but that's par for the course with a light stroller. It got dirty immediately when I folded it where the canopy touches the wheels but I don't think that can be helped. I am super happy with our purchase. Baby jogger has a great reputation and this did not disappoint.
Date published: 2015-03-21
Rated 2 out of
Not what I expectedNot what I expected it to be. To put canopy was difficult almost pinched my fingers trying to clip it to stroller! I hate the straps they are to thin and when I put my baby in the stroller and clipped him in, the straps were rubbing against his face and that's not right. The straps don't feel secure. I bought this stroller because of the reversal use which is good but the everything else needs to be fixed. Maybe others will have a different opinion and that's fine but this is my experience and I just purchased this on Saturday.
Date published: 2015-03-02
Rated 5 out of
Great stroller!I bought this about a year ago at target when it was offered as a stroller+car seat combo (babyjogger Vue lite travel system). Although we had to send back the car seat due to recall which we would have liked a voucher for the new city go, we were able to keep the stroller. I loved that the carseat attached to the stroller! It was a versatile option for us as baby grew. Both were very comfortable for our son and lightweight! Our son was comfortable sleeping in the stroller facing us and as he grew we had the option of facing him forward. I never had to worry about sunburn as the canopy is extremely big offering lots of coverage! The stroller is narrow, easy to maneuver and very lightweight. I definitely reccomend this stroller!
Date published: 2016-09-14
Rated 4 out of
flip around!I used my friends vue while out of town and I love the flip around feature! It was pretty easy and its nice to be able to control where baby is facing. It definitely isn't the stereotypical umbrella stroller and is a bit big when folded but it features that you don't generally get with the umbrella stroller so its worth the extra space
Date published: 2016-03-15
Rated 1 out of
Throw it away!The vuelite was perhaps the single most frustrating part of my first months of parenthood. I wish I could turn back time and go with another stroller. Right from the start, the system failed us. The car seat bases were sold out and no longer made by the time we decided to buy another base. Luckily, the taxi strap function works sort of well, negating the need for another base. Then, before baby arrived, we ordered the car seat adapter, which was unnecessary, as the stroller came with an adapter for the BJ car seat (not mentioned in the info). We returned the adapter. For a daily use stroller, if you only walk a few blocks and never ever EVER have to fold up the stroller, then it's a fine bare-bones stroller. But don't be fooled. This thing DOES NOT FOLD EASILY. The braking mechanism constantly becomes entangled in the foot release. You have to bend over, manually release the foot lever, pick up the stroller, place it on its side, and force it together, fight with the carrier adapters (which will definitely fall off and skid across the parking lot), all the while hoping that the seat doesn't become stuck in the up position--because then you're going to strong-arm that thing into submission. After enacting this scenario in parking lots in freezing temps, I broke the adjustable seat, which will now not hold my 15 lb baby upright. In the trash it will go after she's out of her carrier. I'm sure Baby Jogger has some nice models that I could try, but this whole experience has soured me for the company.
Date published: 2016-04-19
Rated 1 out of
Worse stroller everI purchased this stroller 3 years ago. I did a lot of research and what sold me was the reverse seat feature. This stroller has been a nightmare. The reverse feature is awkward because the distance between the two handle bars is tight which makes it difficult to put baby in and take out. The seat never stays in place. It would always recline back. The worse part is closing and opening the stroller. It is very difficult. It takes several tries to fold the stroller. Some days I'd just put the stroller as is because it wouldn't close. The handle bar completely broke off after trying to fold the stroller. Unfortunately the warranty has expired. I really wish I would of addressed the issues sooner.
Hopefully the current model is better. Test the product first before you purchase this stroller.