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Uppababy Cruz

Uppababy Cruz

4.6 from 22 reviews

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Great pram, practical, great design

What I love about the Cruz are its simple to use levers (no fiddley straps), fairly light weight as compared to other comparable brands (circa 9kgs), large shopping basket, easy to fold away (one step process) and it folds standing up so you won’t need to bend low to lift it into the boot of your car. I also like how the pram is suitable for newborns without the need to purchase a separate bassinet. Instead you can use a snug seat which is sold separately (there are often sales where you get the snug seat for free). The only downside to the Cruz is that its add-on accessories are quite expensive to purchase and the raincover that it comes with is quite small and snug and doesn’t cover enough of the pram. As you can see these issues are quite minor and overall the pram is very practical and has a great design.

Good pram overall

Liked the higher seat bringing baby closer to me, large basket, and 'click sound that confirms seat snapping in and pram folding etc. Also has great steering/maneuverability. I would have liked for the handle to be able to push lower down, as I'm on the shorter side.

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Fabulous pram and amazing customer service!

Pram has always performed at its highest performance, I use it daily, at the shops, outdoors, walks, everything and it has never failed me.
Suspension of the pram has never been an issue, I have found it to ride quite smoothly and mange any bumps etc that it may come across.
My baby never complains when going in the pram, it has the option of sitting at different heights as well as moving the leg rest up and down. He will always have a sleep in the pram which shows me just how comfortable he is to be in there.

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Easy, affordable and perfect for my baby

From the moment we recieved this pram our lives have changed forthe better. The baby loves it. It's easyto rold, open and move around. It works well on grass hills, pavement and city street. We ha e travelled Europe and America with this pram and it has not let us down once. Suspension 4/5 and my baby loves to ride in the pram.

Purchased in February 2019 at Baby 'n Things for $950.00.

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Great pram

Great pram. Super happy with it!! Brought it on sale at baby bunting and also got the newborn insert & parent organiser.
Compact....can fit into my swift boot with the seat on aswell.

Purchased in May 2019 at Baby Bunting for $869.00.

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Price is creeping up but is the quality?

This pram is good - there's no doubt. Great basket, easy to operate & fold, zippy. But once you get right up there with the Bugaboo and Joolz price tags... is this enough?
I recently purchased a Bugaboo Cameleon (on sale) at $999 - that's the RRP of the Cruz. By the time you add on a $300 bassinet - the Cruz is actually more expensive. There's no perfect pram and the Cruz outdoes the Cameleon on a couple of things (ahem basket & recline function) but below are my 2 main reasons for switching from this pram:
1. SUN CANOPY: I live in QLD and that sunshade is pretty poor. The extendable UPF50 thing is such a joke, I don't even know why they bothered. It looks cheap, feels flimsy and doesn't help much at all. You might be reading this thinking huh - that's not a deal breaker surely. Well consider this: for the first few months they are mostly reclined, their fresh eyes looking directly up at something even adult eyes can't handle. They can't be in the sun at ALL as their skin is so fragile they can get burnt in the shade. So now you're clipping a wrap to your pram just to get from your car into Woolworths which is a pain, and if you've chosen the Uppa for its sleek look, kinda ruins the look imo.
2. SUSPENSION: I knew this wasn't an 'off road' pram... but I didn't think that I would slow down on the carpeted sections of Myer or would get covered in my own coffee trying to walk home. I'd recommend this pram to city dwellers with their perfectly polished sidewalks everwhere they go. I live in the suburbs and I sometimes have to stroll on old-style, uneven footpaths, gravel driveways and (gasp) GRASS! I bailed when son was around 10kg but I don't think you'd call the Cruz 'zippy' and 'easy to manouvre' when its loaded at max load. Side note -- The retail stores are all advertising the Cruz as a 22kg weight limit with a 7-10kg basket capacity. However the TechSpecs on Uppababy.com clearly say 15kg for the seat and 5kg for the basket..... https://uppababy.com/au/cruz/tech-specs/

Lightweight and easy to push!

the uppababy Cruz is a great pram and I would recommend it to anyone who needs something lightweight and easy to move. It’s particularly great in shopping centres as you can zip between aisles very easily. The only downside is because it’s so lightweight it doesn’t take uneven surfaces or anything slightly rough very well, we end up lifting the pram to ensure the baby doesn’t wake if we are pushing on uneven surfaces (even pavements that are a bit tired). Other than this I would recommend it!

Love my pram!

This pram is lightweight and easy to fold up and down. I also like that you can fold the pram down when the seat is outward facing. It's easy to maneuver and has plenty of basket storage underneath the basket. We bought an insert so it converts to a bassinet so you can use it at many stages.

The perfect pram

When I was looking for a pram for my first baby, I tried so many including the most expensive prams out there. But when I tried uppababy I feel inlove with it, it's lite, it have a big basket ( which is VERY HELPFUL) and with my back problems it's high enough so when I'm picking up my boy it's easy enough. I love the colour and the fact that it's very easy and SMOOTH to drive around. I would definitely get the double seater once I get a second baby. Totally inlove

Worth the money, no regrets!!

We've been using the Uppababy Cruz now for 7 months. We have been extremely happy with our decision to go with this pram. It is extremely lightweight and easy to lift in and out of the boot. The pram itself manoeuvres with such ease. We also purchased the bassinet, infant snug seat and parent organisers and found all of these extremely useful and complements the pram very nicely. The basket is huge and can fit so much shopping. I have definitely recommended it to all my friends and family!

Perfect !!

After going to a reds baby seminar we went to baby kingdom to purchase this uppa baby Cruz
It was very simple to decide in comparison
Reds baby I give 10 points for wheels alone
But the Cruz takes it away with the rest it's an easy decider once you see them one after another

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Reds baby in comparison is nice but too heavy and awkward Wheels are the gold star alone for the Reds

Money well spent!

We were recommended the Uppababy from friends, and we are thrilled we listened to them! We purchased the bassinet which was extremely convenient during the newborn months and allowed bub to sleep on the go. When our little one was 3.5 months we transitioned to the regular pram with the infant insert and found this to be extremely easy to transition.
Highly recommend the parent organiser, and love the little compartments in the basket below.
Easy to fold in one piece once you use the normal pram seat. The bassinet is easy to store once you no longer need it.
The grandparents have said that this pram is by far the easiest they have manouvered which is also a great win!

Very happy Mum and Bub!

The UPPAbaby Cruz is very easy to manoeuvre, fold/ unfold and pack into the car! We are very happy with the quality and variety of additional accessories that are available. My very fussy 4 month old baby girl is very comfortable and therefore I’m very happy we chose this make and model.

Very happy with my decision!

After A LOT of research my husband and I decided on purchasing the Uppababy Cruz.
Not only is the pram super stylish (I get so many compliments - especially for the gorgeous tan leather accents) but is it very lightweight, folds easily and its narrow stroller style design makes it easy to manoeuvre through tight shopping aisles even with one hand.
I would definitely recommend the Uppababy Cruz stroller to friends and family

Light, practical and stylish

After looking for the perfect pram I found it in the uppababy cruz. It was the lightest one with all the features I wanted, has big storage underneath, very easy to push, can fold and unfold with one hand, very sturdy and also looked very stylish while being at a great price. The basinette is also overnight sleep safe which was a massive selling point for me. My husband has already spilt coffee on it and was easy to remove the lining and wash it. Highly recommended.

Awesome Pram!

Shopped and tested pushed a decent amount of Prams. Wife decided on the UppaBaby Cruz, and I chose the Gregory Leather design. After using the Uppababy for the past 3 months... We love it!!! Its easy to maneuver even around the local supermarket and the local weekend markets we have here in Darwin. Its easy to fold up into the car, and the extra large basket is super handy to carry everything the baby and the parents need. So far the build quality is great and its everything we could of hoped for.

Perfect Stroller

The Cruz is such an easy stroller to maneuver wheather out at the shops or taking a stroll to the park it’s great on all surfaces. It has a 50+ extendable sun shade which is a must when protecting a baby on those hot hot days.
It’s light weight easy to fold and has an amazing basket for those extra toys or those massive shopping trips a must have for anyone with one child or more. Excellent quality that will last for years.

Awesome value for underated pram

Bloody amazing pram for the cost. Paid $799 from baby kingdom for our first born. I love the huge basket at the bottom and it’s easy maneuverbility. Only thing I don’t like would be the two parts to take pram a part to fit in the car. Annoying but all quality prams are like this.
And the shade cover isn’t as good as the bugaboo.

Good mobility

It is super easy to manoeuvre around turns. The benefit is that once the pram is being used you can collapse it as a one piece so will make it easy to fold and unfold. It is strong and sturdy however it is a tad heavier than I would have liked.

Very easy to drive around and looks nice

Bought the 2017 Uppababy Cruz special edition (nothing special just leather handle and different colour) for my new baby. Our bundle includes the bassinet (for newborn), stroller + pram. We have been out many times now with the bassinet pram (our baby is too young for stroller for now) and are loving the pram as it is easy to maneuver (easily to control single handed if you are a coffee drinker); it is easy to fold and not too heavy to carry and to be stored away in car as well as sturdy and safe for everyday use. Overall happy with quality and will recommend this to other parents.

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Questions & Answers

What infant car capsules approved in Australia are compatible with the cruz?
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Is the pram in general good for going on 5km walks around paths etc? Up sidewalks etc (basket relatively empty) (paths that are not super flat but still concrete?)
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Anyone else have the problem of not being able to use the basket at all when the bassinet is on?
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Uppababy Cruz
Category4-Wheel Prams & Strollers
Price (RRP) $1,099.95
Seating Type Single
Suitable Age6+ months
Max User Weight 23 kg
Seat OrientationReversible
Bassinet Compatible Yes (Sold Separately)
Capsule CompatibleYes, with addition of adapters
FeaturesArm Bar, Height-Adjustable Handle and Under-seat Storage
Wheel MaterialSolid
Weight10 kg
Folded Dimensions13 x 57 x 91 cm

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