This post was sponsored by @GBChildUsa as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central. I received the GB Lyfe Pram Travel System to facilitate my review. My enthusiasm is entirely my own.
For years I’ve drooled over the European pram strollers I’ve seen my sophisticated European friends push around. These friends and their beautiful buggies look so classy. Surely if I had one I could look classy too, right? (Ha! Not a chance. I’m too scatterbrained/messy/flustered to ever be truly classy–with or without a pram.) But my own faults aside, why did I wait and not get one with my first baby? They make so much sense!
In my mind, the best part about a pram stroller is that it’s basically a bed on wheels for baby.
We love to travel. And our traveling babies have taken many naps in infant car seats snapped into their travel system stroller.
But a pram nap looks so much more comfortable. So comfortable, in fact, that my husband wants the grown up version for himself so that he can nap comfortably when we’re out, too.
Imagine that you’re at a theme park or playing at the park with your big kids. What do you do when it’s time for baby to take a nap? In this bed on wheels, babies can spread out in the shade of the large canopy, roll around, play with a toy, curl up for a nap, snuggle a lovey, or reach for a fallen pacifer. It’s much less restrictive than trying to nap in a car seat.
But of course no travel system would be complete without an excellent infant car seat. The GB Asana 35 Infant Car Seat fits into the stroller, clicks into the provided car seat base, and holds little ones up to 35 lbs.
Once your baby grows out of the infant stage (sniff!), this stroller is still 100% useful. With a few simple clicks, the pram transforms into a toddler seat that holds a child up to 50 lbs. (Our five-year-old isn’t 50 pounds yet, so your baby isn’t going to outgrow this seat any time soon.)
Our three-year-old finds the seat to be quite comfortable.
This mama like that two-touch brakes, large storage basket underneath, and the fact that the stroller has a self-standing design when folded.
Interested? You can find out more and order your own HERE!
Travel System Highlights:
- Two-handed, one-step folding process
- Self-standing fold
- Front basket access
- Large, expandable canopy provides protection from the sun
- Parent cup holder keeps drinks handy
- Four-position recline
- Seat converts to European-style pram
- Forward- and parent-facing seat
- Pram, stroller seat and infant car seat are reversible
- Rear suspension
- Two-touch brakes for safe stops
- Removable arm bar
- Five-point harness with covers
- Stroller holds up to 50 lb.
- Infant car seat can hold babies from 4 lb. to 35 lb.