Lightweight And Strollin Baby Baby Cargo 300 Series Stroller Georgi Bag Review

My new BabyCargo 300 Series Lightweight Umbrella stroller and Georgi bag have arrived! Putting the stroller together was a breeze. It took a whole ten minutes. I simply snapped on the wheels, added the cup holder and canopy, and we were ready to roll. It stands behind it’s ‘lightweight’ title and comes in a just under 15 pounds.  It folds easily and opens just as easily. It features a carrying strap and handle strap to help moving it in and out of the car. My kids are loving their new stroller. I am loving it, because I am able to get it in and out of the car easily and quickly when we make a quick stop at the mall or local store. I am sure we will use it many times this spring/summer when visiting our local zoo too!The Georgi Bag is great! Not only does if feature a stylish look and feel. It also comes loaded with pockets! Which I love! It features outside pockets for babies bottles (easy to grab when needed) and the best part….it fits right over the handlebars with it’s brass grommets. No straps to attach. Easy to put right on! Love that.  Inside it features 7 pockets …pockets galore, and I can certainly stay organized with all my little ones goodies. Outside it boosts 5 pockets.

I love that everything zips closed so nothing will spill out if your stroller tips or you drop this bag Pros:

Sleek stylish look and feel. I love the design element to this stroller. It’s classy and no ‘overbearing’ with bright patterns and colors. I love black so of course this is the color I chose.Waterbottle/drink holder. It clips on when I want to use it, and off when I don’t. A water bottle holder is a must-have on my stroller checklist.Lightweight. I love the size and weight of this stroller. It’s easy for me to lift in and out of the car and fold nicely. It doesn’t take up a lot of room in my trunk which leaves more room for shopping bags and goodies!5 point harness. A must for keeping the kiddos in the stroller. I have a little escape artist and I have to keep her secure.


The recline. It does not sit up straight. It does lay flat so baby can sleep, but the next incline up is still laying back to me.  Baby is always slightly reclined. With older children using this stroller, I found they like to sit up and see everything. Even my 13 month old likes to see the world when we are out and about and I found him pulling himself to sit up while in the stroller.  If I could change one thing…I wish that it sat up straight.Basket space. There really isn’t much room to put anything in the bottom of this stroller. Maybe a blanket or small shopping bag.  You can’t expect much more in this area on any lightweight umbrella stroller so this is not a big con in my book.

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