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- Height adjustable multi-position sun canopy with peek-a-boo window
- Multi-position footwell tilt adds leg support for smaller children
- Adjustable 5-point safety harness with shoulder pads and buckle cover
- Multi-position reclining seat
- Second seat mounting brackets included
Great quality, as expected.
Great quality, came quickly. I like that the 2010 version was still available to save me a little bit of money. Some reviews complain that these seats are too small for a toddler, but it seems just fine for my 2.5 year old son. I’ve owned a number of strollers, and the quality of the Baby Jogger/City Select really shows.
Such a great seat and stroller!
We have (3) kids (3, 2, and 9 months).We have (2) seats and the glider board.Everything about this stroller and the attachments is superb.
We bought this seat to go with our baby jogger city select 2010 stroller. I was initially disappointed to find that the seat belt was not the same on this seat as the one that came with the stroller. I was going to send it back but then realized that I prefer it to the other seat. This seat had the seat belt sewn to the seat, but the one that came with the stroller slides from side to side inside of the seat back.
Skip the bassinet and go for the seat
The seat is great. We skipped the bassinet and used this from birth for our son. You can fold it flat if you angle the foot rest all the way back and place it in the top forward facing position. They do not have this arrangement advertised in their seat selections but it works perfectly! The other seat cannot recline while in this arrangement but our 2year old doesn’t sleep in the stroller anymore anyway. Plus if I am carrying the baby in a sling I can use the top seat like a shopping basket, I love it. You could always flip the other seat to face inwards to get a recline on the second seat.I do flip seating arrangments sometimes but this is my favorite I hope that helps some people.It’s like Lego for strollers – just great.It is a bit harder to steer when the heavier child is on the front but I havemt found it to be too much of a bother and I always have my oldest in front.
Not the best option for twins
I was looking for a compact, lightweight stroller for my twin girls and was hoping this would be it. We ended up returning this. I just couldn’t see how this could be a viable long term solution to fit two kids as they grew into toddlers over the years. I loved the idea of the configurable seats, and I the fact that this could take two carseats at once (hard to find!), but as the kids grew over the years, I knew this would get squishy and burdensome. Plus, I can’t image having to go up or down a curb with such a long and cumbersome stroller. We returned this and opted for the City Mini Double. I love the fact that our girls can sit next to one another and I appreciate the side by side seating so they can both have a great view of what’s ahead, which still being able to look at each other.
Best all-around stroller for my twins, after much trial and error
I have the Baby Jogger City Select with Second Seat and I love it. No stroller is perfect, but of the doubles I’ve had (Maclaren Twin Tecno, Maclaren Triumph and Bob Duallie), this is my go-to everyday stroller because it is the narrowest, goes anywhere and folds compactly. If I had to do it over, this probably would have been my only stroller – I just wish I had known about it before buying the others!As a sidenote, my husband did not think I needed this stroller and was quite mad when I got it. But yesterday, we did a two-cart BJs’ run (4 boxes diapers, wipes, formula, groceries etc) and had ZERO room left in the back or anywhere else of the minivan, apparently. No problem – the two seats folded flat and went in the front passanger seat well. Wheels and second seat adaptors come off easily – those were tucked underneath the seats; the frame folded flat (26″ x 21″ x 9″) and was tucked behind the second row. My hubby was stunned. All was forgiven.All these strollers can be used with my 8-month old twins and with my 41″ preschooler. However, for it’s usefulness, it’s on the #1 spot out of 40 products on my listmania “Twin baby gear – the 10% you’ll actually use” (look under my profile).PROS:
• Goes anywhere – the reason I got it. I found out the hard way that side-by-sides do not fit between parked cars – the City Select does, with room to spare. This is the most important consideration when you’re out and about with twins, so that you’re not forced to leave one child alone in front of or behind your car while putting the other one in their car seat. The narrow width of the City Select has also been a huge advantage at doctor’s offices, restaurants and stores that have narrower aisles.
• Can be used from birth up. You can configure the City Select with optionalBaby Jogger Car Seat Adaptor City Select, Singlefor one or two babies (three types sold, some car seats fit better than others) or with one or two seats (place the heaviest child in the top position); it can have stadium seating facing forward (with a huge storage basket), or you can put both seats facing you so they can recline fully @ 180 degrees (better for babies, looks like bunk beds).
• The canopies are excellent and provide far more shade than the Maclaren twin strollers. A mesh zip-in backing can be zipped in front for sun shade when the sun is low (though the instructions don’t say this).
• Optional carrycots are sold separately.
• The wheels work on many surfaces. I’ve been able to use the City Select on narrow paths, unplowed snow and grass. The City Selects pushes very easily on smooth surfaces, even with my 32 lb son. In comparison, the BOB Revolution Duallie Stroller in Mesa Orange is superior off-road and feels lighter to push, but is way too long to use indoors in smaller spaces. TheMaclaren Twin Techno Stroller, Charcoal On Silver FrameandMaclaren Twin Triumph Stroller, Coffee and Silverhandle very well on smooth surfaces but are impossible to use in snow.
• Very compact fold. The City Select takes up half the trunk of my minivan, standing up, with all three rows up. If I need more space in back, I simply stash the stroller & seats in the second row of the minivan. In comparison, the Bob Duallie takes up 3/4 of the cargo area in the minivan. The Maclaren Techno takes up the whole width of cargo area, lying flat – it’s too tall to place upright without it hitting the heads of people in the third row.
• Huge storage basket – with the seats facing forward, the City Select has a huge basket. I’ve been able to finally go grocery shopping with the twins and fit a fair amount of groceries underneath. When the seats are rear facing, storage is more limited but still usable.
• I’m able to fit twoKidCo GoPod Portable Activity Seat – Pistachioor twoBABYBJÖRN BabySitter Balance, Brown/Beigebouncy seats in the storage basket – the diaper bag hanging down from the Munchkin stroller hook keeps them secure. No other double I have can do this – great for playgroups or when I need to take the babies out of the stroller for any reason and am alone.
• Many accessories – you can get many different ones but I found that stroller accessories from other manufacturers also work, at a fraction of the price. For example, the universal Jeep rain shield fits each seat well or you can get a sngle cover for less from Sasha Kiddie Products,Baby Jogger City Select Double Rain Cover – Stroller Not IncludedMunchkin Stroller Hook, Colors May Varycan be placed on the handle to hold bags up to 8 lbs.
• JJ Cole Urban Toddler Bundle Me – Stealthfit these seats perfectly and can be used Spring & Fall – go with the toddler size which you’ll use longer. LL Bean winter buntings work great in frigid winter weather. Fully reclined, the seats work like carrycots – my babies sleep very comfortably in them.
• Baby Jogger is coming out with a ride-on board for a third child in March 2010 but, if needed, the seats are wide enough (12 inches) and the canopy high enough for my 41″ oldest child. Both the canopies and the seats can be extended for older kids.CONS:
• The City Select can be hard to get up and down curbs – if you’re pushing it forward; but if you pull it backwards up or down a curb, it’s no harder that any other stroller (actually a bit easier because of the larger wheels in back). I’ve even brought it up and down stairs (empty of course).
• It takes about a minute to fold and put away, as you have to take each seat off. But after last night’s BJs run, who cares!As a side note, the 2010 model costs much less than the 2011 model, which has been slightly redesigned with a firmer back and a deeper seat.
I have no complaints. This is a great stroller with great options. I love the second seat and all the different positions it can go. It seems to wipe clean easily and I was expecting it to be alot harder to push with 2 in it but its not bad at all. I have my nephew with my son in it and they are both around 30lbs and its still easy.
LOVE this stroller!
I love this stroller. We’ve had it for 6 months and it is by far the best investment we made. It’s not quite as nimble as the Phil and Teds, but definitely safer (fewer pinched fingers and tipping incidents), tons more storage space and much more adaptable to life with 2 kids (soon to be three).The weight of a child in the second seat makes the stroller a little bit more difficult to maneuver, but that is true of ANY double stroller. This give you by far the most configuration options for two kids (particularly if it is important to you to have both kids actually be able to see things around them.