Baby Jogger City Select Lux Second Seat

Last updated: April 2, 2019

Baby Jogger City Select Lux Second Seat

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Product Details

In our analysis of 46 expert reviews, the Baby Jogger City Select Lux Second Seat placed 11th when we looked at the top 12 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

The City Select LUX convertible stroller, with second seat kit, goes from a single to double, so your growing family is always ready for any adventure. It has the most riding options of any single to double stroller, with over 20 configurations. That’s over 25% more than City Select! Add the bench seat so your older child can hop a ride. Or, add an infant car seat, pram, or second seat to accommodate up to two children. Folding stroller is 30% smaller and automatically locks, so it’s even easier to carry. All-wheel suspension and a decelerating hand brake provide increased comfort and control for this all terrain stroller.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

The regular City Select is the roomiest convertible on the market and has two identical seats that each hold up to 45 lbs.
This stroller has decelerating brake and parking brake in one, within reach. Locking and unlocking is very easy, but an older child won’t be able to do this when sitting on a bench seat.
The canopy has a 3-part fold and is adjustable for different head heights to accommodate taller kids. The sun shade comes with UV+50 Sun protection and provides adequate coverage on hot sunny days, preventing the Sun from blaring down on the children’s face or hurting their sensitive eyes.
The City Select Lux has an easily adjustable footrest and reclines super deep with the push of a button; however, due to the molded bucket seat, the Lux will never recline completely flat.

What reviewers didn't like

A downside to the roominess is the loss of maneuverability. Because the stroller is so lonnnnng, it’s harder to steer and maneuver, especially if you’re dealing with any kind of hills.
Handlebar might be too high for short parents; it’s better for average and tall people
LUX still does not self-stand after folding so you either have to hold it with a hand or lay it totally flat.
To attach the harness, you must first link up each shoulder strap to its waist strap counterpart, then buckle those pieces into the crotch strap. It's an extra step we'd rather not have to think about while buckling in a squirmy toddler.
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