Molly Sims Unveils New Orbit Baby G3 Stroller with GILT

01/29/2014 at 02:00 PM ET

Molly Sims Orbit Baby G3 Launch GILTNeilson Barnard/Getty

To say Molly Sims is excited about the launch of Orbit Baby‘s new G3 stroller is an understatement.

“I love the whole system! My hubby and I have two bases — one in each car, so we can easily transfer the car seat from one to the other,” confessed the new mom, who glowed in a yellow Marchesa Voyage shift at the GILT-hosted event Wednesday night at the Refinery Hotel in New York.

“We can lift him out, lift him in and never have to take him out of the carseat,” added the actress, who welcomed son Brooks in June 2012.

So if you thought the original Orbit Baby was easy to customize, the G3 is even easier.

Not only does it feature a faster fold and easier seat base installation, it comes in an array of chic colorways.

It also allows parents to choose from any of the company’s state-of-the-art car seats, stroller seats, bassinets and storage options that fit their family’s needs.

Even cooler? It comes with the first stroller seat with 3DRotation™, which allows the seat to both rotate and recline all in one motion.

If you’re dying to get one for your tot, make sure to check out the exclusive GILT sale at They’re giving away a $50 GILT credit and $50 Orbit Baby credit when you spend $700 on Orbit Baby products.

You can also read their in-depth interview with Sims on the company’s blog.

tkCourtesy GILT and Orbit Baby

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otdina on

“We can lift him out, lift him in and never have to take him out of the carseat,” added the actress, who welcomed son Brooks in June 2012.

This is sad.

Why would I ever want to emulate a mother with this philosophy? Poor Brooks might have a $1300 stroller, but he isn’t lucky enough to have a mom who wants to take him out of his carseat. No thanks. I’ll keep my $120 Graco Safeseat and actually hold my kids once in a while. (and no, I am not upset that I can’t afford the stroller, I could. I just think it is stupid and overpriced, and I have no need for it).

I did have a bucket seat, and I did let my kids stay in it sometimes and just lifted them out of the car in the seat if there were sleeping, but the idea that I can leave them in there indefinitely never excited me.

Daniel on

Wow, someone is quote bitter. I’m quite sure this is not a parenting philosophy of hers. There is a market for everybody Otdina, even the miserable.

kelly on

I love my Orbit system. I see little-no difference from the G2 (which I have) to the G3 system.

Marie on

Is it strange that her son is almost 2 yo and still in a carrier? I thought carriers were only for like the first 12 months. Maybe this is a new thing? My kids are older, but once they hit 20 lbs. and were walking, they were in a bigger car seat and sitting up in strollers, not in carriers like an infant.