Jessica Loves: The Incredible Orbit G3 Baby Stroller

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Until you have kids, it’s hard to understand what all the hubbub is about when it comes to proper design. But once you’ve been carting a 30-pound baby around for a while, popping a wheelie to hop onto a curb, pushing uphill, or maneuvering from car seat to stroller to house, it all becomes very clear!

There’s a reason why so parents have turned to Orbit Baby strollers. Yes, they’re on the luxury end of the price range, but the ease and versatility that they offer make them worth the investment.

I’m wild about their new G3 edition ($980 for the starter kit), which, like a car, is completely customizable. Plus, they’re the first company that has put resources to finding alternatives to the toxic chemicals baby is exposed to in the everyday business of toting them around. Incredibly easy to fold and light on its feet, it’s made with the world’s only car seat fabrics certified healthy and clean by Oeko-Tex, making it one of the most eco-friendly you can buy. Choose from six new colors like mint and peach to raspberry, blueberry, and teal.

In traditional travel systems, an infant car seat locks only in one position. In an Orbit Baby stroller, the seat can dock from any angle with a 360-degree rotation, so baby can see the world from a multitude of directions.

“Incredibly easy to fold and light on its feet”

New parents can all go a bit crazy with gear overload, which is not only bad for your bank account, but also for the environment. What I love about the Orbit is that it’s a stroller that can adapt and grow with your child…and a growing family. If you have another baby, there’s no need to buy an entirely separate stroller.

The G3 converts to a double stroller with an attachment. And their Sidekick Stroller Board attachments let older kids hitch a ride, skateboard style. With two Sidekicks, you can stroll baby plus keep two toddlers in tow…not an easy feat!

 

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