The Abiie G2G BabyDeck Stroller

Ever heard of the Abiie G2G BabyDeck Stroller? Neither had I until today. This stroller has a unique feature that has never been seen before in strollers. In 2010, Texas-based company, Abiie, launched the G2G with a innovative fold-out diaper changing system. The seat folds out to create a flat surface in which you can lay baby down. This means that you can easily and comfortably change your baby’s diaper in the stroller. The seat also has a removable and washable DeckPad, which is waterproof and BPA, PVC, phthalate-free. With this unique system, you can bypass dirty restrooms and long lines when you need to change a diaper.

Additional features of the G2G:

  • Weighs 18 lbs
  • Aluminum frame
  • Use from infant to 50 lbs
  • Full drop down canopy with 2 peek-a-boo windows
  • Extra large pouch on the back of the seat
  • Seat cushion has cooling air-mesh ventilation
  • Adjustable handles
  • Double rear brakes
  • Shock absorption on all wheels
  • Balanced Weight Distribution technology minimizes tip-over – can hang bags from handles and it remains stable
  • 5 point harness
  • Child snack tray which swings open
  • Average storage basket
  • Stands upright when closed
  • Multi-position reclining seat
  • Built in glove compartment underneath BabyDeck DeckPad (store diapers and wipes).
  • Built in universal adapter so compatible with most infant car seats 
  • Available in 3 colors – black/grey, lime green, fuchsia red
The few disappointing facts of the G2G are the weight. At 18 lbs it is not the lightest stroller for travel and having a portable changing station when travelling would be convenient. The few other complaints are the lack of parent tray/cup holder and the less than ideal storage basket size (the large pocket on the back of the seat does provide more storage but the basket still needs to be larger). Finally, while the patented BabyDeck is convenient, the seat does not recline all the way flat so your are still changing your baby’s diaper while they are at an incline. The last complaint is the lack of safety restraint on the BabyDeck. Your baby can easily fall to the ground f you turn for even a second.
My opinion…I do not see the difference from reclining your stroller seat as flat (f it goes flat or as much as possible) and changing your baby’s diaper in the stroller on top of a changing pad. I have done that many times over the years with huge success. Nevertheless, the Abiie G2G BabyDeck Stroller is packed with features and one unique and useful feature. It is available for $200 and since it is compatible with most infant car seats, it can be a travel system stroller.