Joovy Caboose VaryLight is Coming Soon

Joovy Varylight

This weekend I had the opportunity to see the brand-new, soon-to-be-released Joovy Caboose VaryLight. This stroller is changing the game with sit n stand strollers by the versatility that it will offer.

Let’s get one thing out of the way first – it is NOT the “VERY” Light. Joovy named it the “Vary”Light to emphasize the variety of things that you can do with this stroller. I know it may be confusing when you first see the name but we’ll get the word out about how great this stroller is and not how confusing the name is.

This is a versatile stroller that expands to go from a “sit and stand” to a “sit and sit” or a “car seat and sit” or even two car seats. I noticed the modern frame of the VaryLight and I have to say that I love it! It not only is a practical stroller but it looks sleek too. Oh yeah, the wheels on this baby are ahhh-mazing!!

I will be posting a full, up close and personal video review soon but for now I just wanted to show you what it looks like. Yep, I’m a total tease. That is all the information that you get for right now. 🙂

Joovy Varylight

14 COMMENTS

  1. Have you been able to review this stroller yet? I’d love to compare it to the Caboose and other sit-and-stands.

  2. Do not buy this stroller. The only reviews you will find are from people who were given one for free by the company in exchange for a good review. It is heavy and hard to push especially if you hit anything that is not smooth blacktop. This stroller only allows 1 child to be comfortable at a time. If the front seat is reclined the child in the back must stand or you are forced to carry one and push this heavy thing. Also it collapses at any given time while both your kids are in it

  3. I’m interested in a review of the Varylight as well! Would be great if you compared it to the CityMini GT, as those are the two I’m debating over. Both seem to have the same child weight limit (100 lbs combined) and weight of the stroller (32-34 lbs). My concern with the Varylight is how it handles on long walks outside, on hills, and uneven terrain like the park. Does the Varylight feel like you’re pushing a bus? I’ve tested the CityMini GT in person, but can’t find a Varylight in store. Please post a review! Thank you!!

  4. Hi Hollie! Any chance you’ll review this one soon? I only seem to like your stroller reviews online and am really wanting to know what you think of this stroller overall. Baby #2 is due in August when my son will be 25 months old. I’d love to find a double stroller that’s light/travel-friendly and compact (as we have a teeny Honda Civic)…hoping this could be the one! Thanks so much.

  5. Love the look of the varylight plus the option to make it longer. It would have been nice if there is an adjustable footrest at the front seat. I opted to buy the ultralight for this reason plus the weight difference.

    • Do you find it hard to push on regular sidewalks – what about turning corners? I’ve seen reviews saying that it’s like pushing a train… would love to buy it but there are no stores locally where I can test drive it.
      Thanks!

      • Honestly, I haven’t had a chance to test the VaryLight since I first saw it. I can see where people are coming from when they say it is like pushing a train because it is a long stroller. When (or if!) we get a chance to review it, I will make sure to address that.

  6. Can a child really sit on the back bench when the front seat is full reclined or would he/she be cramped and have the seat digging into his/her back?

  7. Waiting waiting for a review in Australia.. Will have to import this pram and love your reviews…
    Would love to see it done on a purple pram

  8. Hi Hollie 🙂
    Just wondering whether you’ve done this review yet? I can’t seem to find anything much about it online anywhere.
    Thanks! 🙂

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