Review: Abiie G2G BabyDeck Stroller

01/05/2010 at 10:00 AM ET
Courtesy of Abiie

Wouldn’t it be nice if it was always easy to find a clean place to change your child’s diaper? A new device can help with that: Texas-based design company Abiie recently launched the G2G BabyDeck stroller ($189), which features an innovative fold-out diaper changing system that lets you change your babe on the go.

Is it worth the investment? Check out our review below.

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Things We Like:

We love the fold-out changing seat design –especially the removable pad, which is waterproof and BPA/PVC/phthalate-free. But that’s not the stroller’s only drool-worthy feature. It also comes with a child snack tray, large sun canopy, adjustable handle, good-sized under-basket and large magazine-size storage pouch on the back of the hood.

Plus, this mid-weight stroller (it weighs 18 lbs.) is easy to assemble. Just unfold it, attach the wheels, connect the basket and you’re ready to go! And, it’s car seat compatible and will work with all the following brands/styles: Graco SafeSeat and Snugride, Britax Chaperone, BabyTrend Flex Loc, Peg Perego Primo Viaggio and Chicco KeyFit.

Things We Don’t Like:

Not really lightweight, it isn’t the best choice for travel. And the changing pad isn’t machine washable — although you can wipe it down with a wet cloth.

CBB Rating:

If you like the convenience of a built-in changing station, this stroller’s for you. Just be wary of the size. It’s definitely not light enough for long trips.

— Nancy

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Kelly's Bows on

Good idea. I could have used this for my own baby a time or two! I like that it is compatible with so many stroller models.

kris on

I have had a Graco mosic, Phil and teds sport and a Sliver cross pop. I have changed my daughter in them all. Not sure why you would need a special stroller to that with.

John on

My wife has bought this stroller recently and we used it during a short trip from San Diego to LA, i dont find it heavy, it was perhaps medium weight but it’s worth all the trouble because we could change diaper any time.

peter on

I dont understand the comment about not being lighweight. It is 18 lbs which is not heasvy. Chicco, Peg Perego and Eddie Bauer strollers are much heavier without the patented changing station. It is made very well and is patented so I recommend it.

jessica w. on

A wonderful stroller.= we took it to Vegas last month and really love the umbrella-style drop down canopy. The diaper changing board does save our “uncountable” trips to restroom. No problem at airport. It’s lightweight and my husband can lift it up with his finger…;=)

Amused on

Wow… any company trolls on this site? Hah!

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