Baby Jogger 2010 City Select Single Stroller, Ruby

Baby Jogger 2010 City Select Single Stroller, Ruby

FEATURES of the City Select Stroller by Baby Jogger Unique multi-functional design allows you to select your seating arrangement 16 unique seating combinations (with double conversion kit – sold separately) Hand operated parking brake 12″ forever-air rear and 8″ lightweight dual front quick-release wheels with front wheel suspension and sealed ball bearings Multi-position seat recline for passenger comfort Multi-position sun canopy with peek-a-boo window and adjustable head height up to two additional inches Adjustable 5-point safety harness with shoulder pads and buckle cover Multi-position foot well tilt adds leg support for smaller children Telescoping handlebar with wipe clean grip Large under seat basket can be accessed from all sides Secure fold latch to keep stroller folded for transportation or storage Patented Quick-Fold Technology – allows you to fold your stroller in one simple step Innovative multi-functional design allows you to select your seating arrangement up to 16 unique combinations (with double conversion kits – sold separately) Swivel front wheels lock into place for long distance strolling Seat back storage compartment and large under seat basket SPECIFICATIONS Assembled as a Single: Assembled (L x W x H): 43.5″ x 25.75″ x 41.5″ Folded with Wheels (L x W x H): 32.75″ x 25.75″ x 12.5″ Folded without Wheels (L x W x H): 26.5″ x 20.75″ x 11.25″ Weight: 28 lbs. Recommended Weight Capacity: 45 lbs. per seat SPECIFICATIONS Assembled as a Double: Assembled (L x W x H): 53″ x 25.75″ x 41.5″ Folded with Wheels (L x W x H): 32.75″ x 25.75″ x 12.5″ Folded without Wheels (L x W x H): 26.5″ x 20.75″ x 11.25″ Weight: 34 lbs. Recommended Weight Capacity: 45 lbs. per seat SEAT DIMENSIONS: Maximum Head Height: 21″ Seat Back: 18.5″ Seat to Knee: 8″ Shoulder Width: 11.5″ Knee to Footplate: 10.75″ Width of Knee: 12″ OVERSIZE ITEM: We cannot ship this product by any expedited shipping method (3-Day, 2-Day or Next Day). Even if you pick that option, it will still go

Main features

  • Patented quick-fold technology-allows you to fold your stroller in one simple step
  • 12″ forever-air rear and 8″ lightweight dual front quick-release wheels with front wheel suspension and sealed ball bearings
  • Hand operated parking brake
  • Multi-position sun canopy with peek-a-boo window and adjustable head height up to two additional inches
  • Multi-position foot well tilt adds leg support for smaller children, telescoping handlebar with wipe clean grip

Verified reviews

★★★★★

Great quality, but caution that it’s rather heavy.

I just went to look at this stroller today and just had to put in my 2 cents. Overall, this stroller is very solid and maneuvers like a charm. It can comfortably fit two babies, or two toddlers. The material is awesome!However, if you are a mom of a single child now and ‘plan’ to extend your family, you might want to consider something LIGHTER for the mean time. Perhaps, the City Mini. This stroller is pretty darn heavy to lift with one seat. It’s smaller than many tandem or double strollers but still somewhat bulky. I don’t like that it can stand after it folds either. So, for myself, I will have number 2 one day and I thought about eliminating the hassle of buying and then selling a single stroller. But, after seeing this in person, or lifting it…I’ll definitely consider this when I have two kids. In the mean time, I’ll stick to the much lighter single strollers and deal with the hassle of having to sell it later.Then, I got to thinking…is the City Mini Double that bad? Will it not fit through most doorways? It’s so much lighter and toteable…you can actually travel with it, I feel like. And it’s cheaper without having to buy that extra seat.

Lora Chagrin Falls, OH
★★★★★

Do not buy this in Diamond color

First of all, the color Diamond should not be sold to any parent. It shows dirt too easily. I’ve had this stroller for about 8 months now, and I think it’s been through normal wear and tear, I don’t use it every day, really probably less than normal, and it looks horrible now. Even though this is a nice, expensive stroller, you wouldn’t think so because of the dirt on the canopy. I’ve tried to wash it by hand, you can’t put the canopy in the washing machine, according to Baby Jogger. but it definitely does not get off all the dirt this way. I did not realize this when we purchased the stroller, that the parts cannot be machine-washed. Who wants to hand wash, anyway?This is a great stroller for what it is, though, as a possible double stroller. It has a lot of basket room, which I didn’t think I’d need initially, but comes in handy so often. I’ve only used it as a single stoller, though. It maneuvers well, and is able to handle somewhat gravel paths, sand and snow. It folds close nicely, which was important to us, since we noticed with cheaper strollers this became an issue after a while. This seems like it will last for multiple children no problem. Very sturdy stroller. It folds up compactly if you take off the wheels, that is nice for when we travel to Europe, where people drive smaller cars generally.I just don’t understand why Baby Jogger sells this color. As a first-timer, I didn’t think about things like dirt showing on the stroller. I thought also since it is a light-gray, it wouldn’t be so bad, but it is. Baby Jogger would not exchange my seat for a different color when asked. It’s very disappointing, because when you purchase all of the extras, like the bassinet and the car seat adaptor, etc., this stroller is expensive. You still have this stroller that looks terrible because of the color. I wrote Baby Jogger and told them that they should not sell this color, they did not address this issue. Even though I think the product is worth the money, in this color it is not.A note: you need to get the Gate Check bag if you plan on flying. We did not, and on the way back from a flight, our stroller was dropped. The airline stated they normally don’t reimburse for strollers, but they were really negligent this time, and we are getting a reimbursement. The front wheels broke, but luckily we were able to order new ones for not too much money. At least it was for on the way back from a vacation. Imagine a vacation without a stroller. Just buy the Gate Check bag.I would have given a much higher rating if it were not for the color!

Selena Birchwood, WI
★★★★★

Ahhh…perfect.

I needed a stroller that would hold my Chicco Keyfit 30 infant seat as well as contain my 2.5 year old son. We tried the Chicco together, the Kolcraft Contours, the Sit n Stand, and the Joovy ultralight. (Whew, that’s a lot of strollers!) We ended up spending a lot more money to get this stroller, but it was SO worth it. It’s wonderfully made, great quality. I love that you can rearrange the seats several ways, and that it still doesn’t seem huge with an infant seat and a toddler in it. I read reviews that said the seats are too small for a toddler, but I haven’t had that problem. I also read reviews saying the Chicco infant seat doesn’t click into the adapter (sold separately) but it in fact does. I couldn’t be happier with this stroller. It’s not as heavy as the Chicco, or the Kolcraft. Not too tall for me like several strollers I tried (I’m 5′ 1″), and still does everything I need it to. Even my skeptical husband was very impressed with this stroller. I have to say the price tag was a bit hard to swallow once I had purchased everything I needed (the extra seat kit and the Chicco adapter), but I don’t think I’ll regret this purchase.

Carmela Jeffrey City, WY
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Baby Jogger 2014 City Mini GT Single Stroller, Black

Baby Jogger 2014 City Mini GT Single Stroller, Black

Baby Jogger City Mini GT Single Stroller, Black View larger City Mini GT Measurements View larger Go Anywhere with All-Terrain Mobility Taking the City Mini to the next level, the City Mini GT gives you the ability to pave your own way. All-terrain wheels let you decide how far you want to go off the beaten path. And with little touches like an adjustable handlebar to adapt to the parent’s height, and a hand-operated parking brake, the City Mini GT is very accommodating. Welcome to the Fold Lift a strap with one hand and the City Mini GT folds itself: simply and compactly. It really is as easy as it sounds. And the auto-lock will lock the fold for transportation or storage. Wheels The City Mini GT offers all-terrain wheels that can go from the city to the country. The all-terrain wheels and front wheel suspension work in unison to give you full control on where and how you go while keeping your little one comfortable. Seat and Canopy This seat was built for comfort. It reclines to a near flat position with vents and a retractable weather cover to make sure that your child is comfortable and safe while you stroll. Our UV 50+ sun canopy can open to multiple positions. It even has two peek-a-boo windows so you can keep an eye on your precious cargo. Available Accessories (sold separately): Car Seat Adapter Compact Pram Child Tray Parent Console Weather Shield Liquid Holster Glider Board Belly Bar Foot Muff Hand Muff Cooler Bag Carry Bag Other Features The City Mini GT can become a travel system in a heartbeat using the Car Seat Adapter. Just choose the adapter compatible with your car seat and you’ve got a customized travel system for your infant. You can also add a pram to handle even the littlest of passengers. (Car Seat Adapter and Prams sold separately). An adjustable handlebar adapts to your height and a hand-operated parking brake keeps all the controls within reach. Compare Products View larger City Mini GT View larger City Mini View larger City Elite View larger City Select View larger Summit X3 All terrain wheels ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ Adjustable handlebar ✓ ✓ ✓ One-hand fold ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ Reversible seat ✓ Seat with multiple recline positions ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ UV 50+ Multi-position sun canopy ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ Hand-operated parking brake ✓ ✓ ✓ Jogging stroller with runner’s brake ✓

Main features

  • Patented quick fold technology fold your stroller with one hand
  • 85 inch all terrain non flat tires with front wheel suspension provide a smooth comfortable ride
  • Plush padded seat reclines to a near flat position with vented seat top
  • Large adjustable sun canopy with peek a boo windows
  • Adjustable handlebar suits users of all heights
  • 85″ all terrain non flat tires with front wheel suspension provide a smooth comfortable ride

Verified reviews

★★★★★

Light weight stroller that meets the new 20 lb flight requirement

I originally ordered the teal color hoping that it would be a good girl color to find out that it was too dark. However after doing extensive research to meet this new rule of 20 lbs or less for a stroller to take to the gate at the airport. Thanks to American Airlines and etc.. This was my choice as I didn’t want an umbrella stroller. My husband bought this same stroller in Crimson for me and here are my thoughts.I am a stroller fashionista if I may say. I chose the Stokke over the bugaboo, the Uppababy Vista over the Quinny or Britax. Wanted the Bob but received the jeep all terrain stroller as a gift.If you are looking for a flexible stroller that is multifunctional like the Uppababy vista where you can face the baby front or back leg support up or down. This is NOT your stroller. If you are looking for a light weight quick fold stroller for tall toddlers this is what you are looking for. The under basket space is small but over all moves great. The tires need to be bigger but it’s functional and overpriced for what you get.It will meet the new airport regulations and the other option if you want a jogger is the indie Bumbleride it’s 20 lbs but if you have a tall toddler don’t waste your money. My toddler is 36.5 inches tall at 23 months and the bumbleride had no room to grow.I like the Baby Jogger don’t love it . If you have a Bugaboo or other top brand stroller you may not be as happy with this stroller but it has a purpose for me and that’s to travel international with my toddler safely in her stroller in the airports.

Margarita Mulberry, IN
★★★★★

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First off, we have been a Britax family from the start, so I will base my review from that stand point. I understand, the B-Agile is more aligned with the City Mini, but they are still the same form factor.The Baby Jogger makes an excellent looking and solid feeling stroller, this stroller has handled most terrain of our daily stroll which consists of sidewalks and some dirt. This stroller works great if you have a smaller car trunk as it folds in very compact. The seats is reclinable to almost fully flat, but at the most upright position, the seat still has a good recline. Here’s my breakdown:Positives:1. Height adjustable handlebar, much more comfortable for me at a higher level.2. Front wheel suspension adds an extra comfort during larger bumps.3. Brake system (also see negatives) it is nice having the parking brakes at a hands reach, it is very secure as well, the release requires you to pull on a latch, all can be done with one hand.4. More seat padding!5. Large hood has 2 viewing windows on the top.6. Reclining the seat seem easier to do.Negatives:1. Slightly heavier than the B-Agile2. Brake system can be a burden to use when you hands are full.3. You can’t use the handlebar for hanging items, i.e. grocery or a stroller organizer!4. When folding the stroller, the lock doesn’t activate automatically the nylon material always gets in between the lock and latch. The design on the B-Agile is better.5. When folding the stroller and the handlebar is tilted down, stroller will not fold completely as it will hit the front wheel and probably smash your fingers too (something to keep in mind).Not as much as storage area or options with the GT.As most of you already know, or will learn soon enough, purchasing a higher end stroller they never include any accessories, so you will to spend money to get a cup holder for the baby or yourself.Overall, this is still a great stroller, if we had not purchased a Britax carseat and stroller when the baby was born, this would have been the stroller I purchased, its a solid performer!

Jaime Ellenburg Depot, NY
★★★★★

Sleek, functional jogging stroller

This is a sleek stroller. It is very well built and extremely functional. It glides easily and requires very little effort to move it. It was really easy to assemble (which surprised me because it came in a small box so I thought there would be a lot of assembly). My 20 month old loves walks in this stroller – I think because it is such a comfortable ride for her.This stroller has lot of great features. It is compact and relatively lightweight. It has a great canopy that can extend to multiple lengths and includes 2 clear windows so you can peek in on your child. The straps are padded and easy to attach. The brake is easy to use and in a convenient location. And I love how you can recline the seat to an almost flat position.The storage compartment is decent size but you cannot fit most regular sized diapers bags in it. We just packed a couple of smaller bags for food, diapers, etc. and didn’t have any problem fitting them both underneath along with a couple of lightweight jackets and water bottles.If you are looking for a nice stroller to jog or walk in, this is a great option.

Jewel Middlebourne, WV
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BOB Handlebar Console For Duallie Strollers – Black

BOB Handlebar Console For Duallie Strollers – Black

The BOB Handlebar Console provides the stroller user with two watterbottle or drink holders along with a zippered storage compartment for keys, cell phones or other small items. Made from a Rip-stop Polyester, and attaching with four velcrow straps to any BOB single or double strollers. With all this convenience at your finger tips, strolling and running with your BOB will be that much more enjoyable.

Main features

  • Easily and securely attaches with four Velcro straps
  • Includes 2 water bottle holders plus a zippered storage compartment for pacifiers, cell phone, keys, etc.
  • Made from “rip-stop polyester”

Verified reviews

★★★★★

A necessary, but not great, addition to your Duallie

A handlebar console is kind of a necessary item for a jogging stroller, and I’m kind of appalled that a $500 stroller would come without one. For those who are transitioning from the single bob, know that this product is really the same as the single stoller handlebar console, with more fabric between the 2 cup holders and middle pocket. There is definitely unused space to add more storage capacity (although, as it is, the console tends to droop in the middle even when not full) – the design is truly “just okay”.Since most people will need a convenient place to put a water bottle and things like keys and a phone, and since I couldn’t find a generic or otherwise cheaper alternative to this, I do recommend buying this product if you have the double Bob. I just wish that it either came included with the stroller or was designed more effectively.

Linda Monticello, MN
★★★★★

Must have, but the price is nuts

You really do need to have this to get the most out of your double BOB, but I honestly believe it should come with the stroller instead of being sold separately. With that said, it’s very well made, as is everything I’ve bought from BOB. It holds almost every normal drink size and the pocket holds enough stuff to get you through your walk, run or trip out etc. It would be nice if the pocket was bigger and used more of the space that’s available since this is so much wider than a single BOB. However the pocket is only as big as the pocket on the single BOB. I guess that saves them some manufacturing cost, but then I’m back to wondering why I have to buy this separately and why it costs so darn much for a piece of fabric.

Marsha Bentonville, OH
★★★★★

Necessary, but could be much better!

The console is pretty much a necessity, regardless of use. It certainly is needed if you use your BOB for jogging. It has spots for two standard bottles and a small pouch.The pouch is terribly small and barely holds my garage door opener and phone (neither are that large). This makes no sense as there is plenty of room to accommodate a larger pouch without having to modify any other part of the console. The pouch is also lacking a watertight zipper, so you cannot carry the previously mentioned items in inclement weather. Oddly enough, the zipper is not watertight, but the fabric is, so water actually enters the pouch, but then cannot exit because there are not any drain holes. Not the best design if you ask me.Having two bottle holders is nice (I have to use one to hold my keys since they don’t fit in the super small pouch). However, they are for slim bottles only. Nalgene type bottles will not fit.Overall, this is a necessary item if you need to carry water, keys, phone, etc., but the design is frustratingly poor.

Georgia Coffey, MO
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2014 Graco FastAction Fold Sport Stroller Click Connect Travel System, Pierce

2014 Graco FastAction Fold Sport Stroller Click Connect Travel System, Pierce

DELIVERY ALERT: This item ships in its original packaging and may be visible upon delivery!

Main features

  • includes the Graco SnugRide Click Connect 35 infant car seat, with stay-in-car base
  • One-second fold provides the ultimate in convenience for moms on the go
  • Lightweight, sturdy frame for smooth maneuverability and easy portability
  • Travel system stroller holds a child up to 50 pounds, for years of comfortable strolling
  • Multi-position reclining seat for baby’s comfort
  • The FastAction Fold Sport Click Connect Travel System includes the Graco SnugRide Click Connect 35 infant car seat, with stay-in-car base

Verified reviews

★★★★★

Good stroller but I prefer Graco jogging stroller. Car seat is great.

I already own the Graco FastAction jogging stroller, so I’ll be comparing this to that somewhat.It never bothered me a whole lot, but one legitimate complaint I have read about the Graco jogging stroller is that the hood does not protect the baby well from bright sunlight. Well, that is definitely not a problem with this stroller. The hood has an extra zippered section, similar to (but much more practical than, IMO) an expandable suitcase. Unzip that, and you can shroud your baby in near-total darkness. There is a screened window at the upper rear for checking the baby, which has a solid cover as well. The cover has no velcro, so it is silent to open, but might conceivably blow open in a strong wind.My chief complaint about the stroller is that when you fold it it sure seems like it should latch in the compressed position… but mine does not. It springs back to a partly opened state.Like the Graco jogging stroller, the single button that releases all the harness straps at once makes me slightly nervous, but with the tray attached across the front it did not seem to be much of an issue.Overall I personally prefer the big wheels, all-terrain capability, and very noticeably more rugged construction of the jogging model for my somewhat rural lifestyle. I guess if you mainly envision strolling around malls and stores then this shorter length stroller might suit you slightly better. The two Graco models are priced about the same right now… which surprizes me, because I think they put considerably more into the jogger. I did not feel that the jogging stroller was all that much bulkier when folded, either, especially in view of the fact that the larger wheels pop right off at the press of a button. I should mention I do not actually jog, so that is not influencing me.Now the car seat is very nice, much nicer than the dubious old second-hand seat we were using. The seat locks into its base with several locking points, to spread out the strain of any impact. Yet it releases super easy, as long as you pull the release handle first and lift the seat out second. No rocking or tipping motion is needed, just a vertical lift.The only negative with the seat was that it has its own little hood, and it seemed like the hood, carry handle, and seat back were all interfering with each other somewhat. Very minimal clearances there. We’ll probably just discard the seat hood.I knew the car seat was supposed to lock into the stroller, but really had to study the two instruction manuals before finally finding the instructions to do that. Well it does work very well, except then the center of gravity is higher up and the whole unit is a bit tippier than if the baby was strapped into the stroller directly.

Elaine Starrucca, PA
★★★★★

Super easy, but not really a “sport” stroller. Big difference between “sport” & “sporty”. Here’s a comparison with other brands:

We currently have a Peg-Perego (4-wheel stroller), and a Baby Trend Sport Jogging Stroller (3-wheel). We thought the Graco would be a hybrid between the two, and might replace them both. We also liked the idea of the compatible car seat. Here are some comparisons & highlights:
• The Graco is easy to assemble, and light weight! Noticeably lighter than both our other strollers
• The car base/seat fits easily in sedan
• I have no issue popping the car seat out of the base, but my wife doesn’t have much hand strength and struggles with it a little bit. But we don’t remove it out very often
• The Graco maneuvers pretty decent, as good (or better) than most 4-wheel strollers
• Our Baby Trend maneuvers considerably better. And our Baby Trend has the large wheels, much easier on sidewalks, on grass & rough surfaces, etc. I don’t think you can jog easily with the Grace. So, the Grace definitely does NOT replace the Baby Trend jogging stroller.
• The Graco has normal sized stroller wheels (in the sport stroller layout). So I really wouldn’t call it a sport stroller – you can’t really do sports in it! This would be a nightmare on a hiking trail, which I often do with my kids. Maybe I’m just a weirdo – I do get a lot of strange looks when I’m out with my children on hiking trails LOL. Anyway the Graco is definitely "fashionably" sporty… I think it’s more fair just to call it a 3-wheel stroller.
• However, please note that the Graco is more compact than our Baby Trend sport stroller – not as long, and it folds up a little flatter. It’s definitely got some perks.
• Like all 3-wheel strollers, it folds a little awkward. However, it still folds a couple inches flatter than our Baby Trend sport stroller. (We didn’t initially think this was a big deal, but the Baby Trend barely fits in our minivan trunk!)Bottom Line: I was hoping this would replace the need for owning two different style strollers (a compact 4-wheel stroller, and a jogging stroller for active days). The Graco is not maneuverable or versatile enough to replace our Baby Trend sport stroller, however, it definitely replaces the Peg-Perego 4-wheel stroller. It
• is
• definitely lightweight, smart design, and I love the compatibility with the car seat. I like it, not too many complaints. Hope this helps!

Ina Glen Morgan, WV
★★★★★

Good set

I prefer the click connect on the handle, I’ve grown so used to it that I’m having a hard time adjusting to this.The car seat is your average normal one that seems standard with the sets. My previous one looks identical to this and the set up is the same.I do like that this is lighter than my previous stroller, as being only 5’0, any help for my poor back is appreciated. The best thing I honestly love about this is the extended canopy. I don’t know how many times I use to keep pulling on my previous one to get the sun out of my daughters eyes. It’s not perfect, but it’s way better.I did take this through the airport, I had no problems getting the car seat in and out and getting everything through the scanner.The orange is better suited for a boy but we were happy to get this as we needed a new set.The steering was easy, set up is pretty basic, my main thing was I am just having a hard time getting used to the click connect on the seat.

Nan Vidalia, GA
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Baby Jogger City Select Stroller with 2nd Seat Onyx

Baby Jogger City Select Stroller with 2nd Seat Onyx

The City Select comes together with the 2nd Seat.

Main features

  • In order to turn the stroller into a double simlpy attach the included second seat kit. There are 16 unique seating combinations from double tiered car seats to a bassinet and a single seat. The only seating combo it doesn't do is a double bassinet option.
  • 12 inch forever-air rear and 8 inch lightweight front wheels with front wheel suspension and sealed ball bearings.
  • The included Second seat kit will allow you to transform the baby jogger city select stroller into a double stroller without having a wide double stroller. Please note: You can use your stroller for a single child in the upper position but, if you decide to use it for a second child (twins or two close in age) in the lower position you must purchase the second seat. The second seat comes with the mounting bracket needed to convert your stroller from a single to a double.
  • The City Select features Baby Jogger's famous Quick-Fold Technology making it the only in-line stroller to fold flat in one simple step. With a 45 lb per seat weight capacity, the City Select will last you through your stroller years.
  • Bundle includes 2013 Baby Jogger City Select Stroller and 2nd Seat in Onyx

Verified reviews

★★★★★

Okay, but awful OFFROAD and also came defective. It would be a near PERFECT stroller if all wheels were 12″ and air filled.

I realize this isn’t supposed to be a jogger, but it has been classified as "all terrain". I took my baby on a gravel path, and he couldn’t nap because it was such a rough ride of shaking, bumping and rattling. Why don’t they make a stroller like this with an optional 12" front wheels on front, just like they have on the back. Also, going over the smallest and slightest curb is not doable, the stroller literally will not go over. There was an area on the pavement that was about 3 inches taller that the area we were traveling on, I thought since it was such a small rise to get up it would be fine, WRONG. The wheels hit and all the pushing would not get it over and even 3 inch rise, so forget going up any curbs, which are at least 5-9 inches high!!! It even got stuck trying to go over a small branch laying over the path. I was really hoping for a bit better, but between the horrible bumpy and shaky ride on mere gravel and the total inability to get over even so much as something 2-3 inches tall, it gets one star What is the point of having 2 12" wheels, but teeny, tiny front wheels? If all wheels were 12", this stroller would be near perfect. Also, the recile is very limited with 2 seats, most of the positions give you zero recline, or minimal recline.Pros:Smooth and nice ride on concrete or fully flat and smooth terrain.Stylish and nice look to it.A lot of different seat position options.Seat size is decent sized. My very LARGE almost 4 year old fits pretty well in the seat seeing as he is almost at the weight limit. At his 4 year check he was in the upper percentile for height and weight, 43 inches and 42lbs. While it was not the most spacious, it was good enough and not super cramped. Especially with leg room. In a Phil&Ted; Navigator we tried at the store, his legs just could not fit and the seat was very small and shallow for him and he just could not fit or ride in it, it wouldn’t work. Bit this seat fits him a little better.It feels sturdy, like it will hold up well over time.ConsAWFUL on anything but smooth/flat terrain. Will be awful on even so much as gravel ad impossible to get over any bumps or curbs.Limited recline in most seat positions, as well as limited space for the child sitting behind the front seat.Mine had a defect, and for $650, you should not get something with a defect!Over priced for what you get, this company is making a KILLING.Very long and kind of a beast to steer. Also difficult to make turns and does not turn easily.When you have them in different seat positions, it takes up your basket space.Sun hoods could be a bit better. I wish the sun hoods were a bit better, they are okay, but could be better.All in all I liked it more than the Phil&Teds; Navigator, I just wish they made a few improvements. I am sending the defective thing back.

Angel Frost, TX
★★★★★

AMAZING!

I spent the last 3 months researching strollers before buying this one. I went back and forth with buying this stroller because i felt it was a unnecessary expense. I couldn’t justify the cost for a long time. But after all the research i kept coming back to this one. So after approval from my less than understanding husband i made the purchase. It took me very little time to put the stroller together. I played with it in the living room for 30 minutes to get a FULL understanding of what i was in forThis is NOT an unnecessary purchase when you are having twins. Its a must! I had lots of requirements and tandem stroller was a must. Which limited me to very few. Than i needed to make sure the second seat did not sit UNDER the first seat. I didn’t want to deal with the arguing later in life on who gets stuck on the bottom (example: Phil and Ted). Next i needed it to be VERY EASY to fold it up. This is very simple. I also needed my stroller to carry TWO infant car seats. With the right adapters it fit perfectly. Contrary to some reviews my Chicco seats DO snap in and i am able to just use one stroller. I am elated! I wanted a stroller that was easy to maneuver around. This stroller is amazing for handling. I can easily turn and push with one hand.I wil continue to update my review as things change for us. But as of right now. This is by far the best stroller i could have ever got for my personal requirements.

Luella Peaster, TX
★★★★★

Best stroller for twins, after much trial and error

I have the Baby Jogger City Select with Second Seat and I love it, as I’m able to use it with my 20 lb twins & my 41″ tall preschooler. No stroller is perfect, but of the four doubles I’ve had (Maclaren Twin Tecno, Maclaren Triumph, Bob Duallie), this is my go-to everyday stroller because it’s the narrowest, goes anywhere and folds compactly.** UPDATE: Please note the weight listed above of 100 lbs is wrong – the stroller weighs far less, 28.3 lbs for the stroller with one seat and 5 lbs for the second seat. Measurements of the seats have been added **PROS:* The City Select was recently selected as Baby Gizmo’s 2010 Top Tandem Stroller.* Goes anywhere. 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 your 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. If I had to do it over, this probably would have been my only stroller – I wish I had known about it before buying the other doubles!* 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 (some car seats fit better than others) or with one or two seats (for babies 6m+, 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).* Total weight load recommended for this stroller is 45 lbs. per seat (combined passenger and baggage weight), so calculate 90 lbs. total max allowance with two seats. Max allowance for the basket is 15 lbs. and for each seat pocket, 2 lbs. My 14 m babies are 22 & 21 lbs., the diaper bag is 8 lbs. = 51 lbs. Still way under the limit. Much better for twins than the Britax B-ready stroller which has a child max weight capacity of only 35 lbs on its second seat.* The three-part canopies are excellent and provide far more shade than the Maclaren twin strollers. A peek-a-boo window in the middle has a magnetic flap that covers it quietly – no noisy velcro. The canopies can also be raised 2″, allowing airflow thru the back mesh panel for hot weather and/or room for taller children.* Optional carrycots are sold separately.* The wheels work on many surfaces. I’ve been able to use the City Select on narrow paths, snow and grass. The City Selects pushes very easily on smooth surfaces, even with my 30 lb toddler. In comparison, the BOB Duallie is superior off-road and feels lighter, but is way too long to use indoors in smaller spaces. The Techno Twin handles very well on smooth surfaces but it’s 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, 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 (up to 15 lbs, plus I use the footwells for heavier items). When the seats rear facing, storage is more limited but still better than the Techno’s. Zippers on all four corners allow you to fit large or long items in the basket, even with the seats reclined.* I’m able to fit two 7 lb.KidCo GoPod Portable Activity Seat – Pistachioor two 7 lb. bouncersBABYBJÖRN BabySitter Balance, Brown/Beigein the storage basket – the diaper bag hanging down from the mommy 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,Baby Jogger City Select Double Rain Cover – Stroller Not Included. AMommy Hook Stoller Hangeror Munchkin mommy hook can be placed on the handle to hold bags up to 8 lbs.*JJ Cole Urban Toddler Bundle Me – Stealthfit these seats perfectly – go with the toddler size which you’ll use longer. Fully reclined, the seats work like carrycots – my babies sleep very comfortably in them.* Hand brake provides quick and secure locking of wheels.* 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.* I attach a Lassig Messenger Eco-Friendly Diaper Bag which is larger than a regular bag and can be used on tandem/ side by side strollers. There are more than 40 colors on amazon and the covers can be changed for mom or dad and it’s wide strap lets you use it with an Ergo carrier. Please note this is not recommended by the manufacturer.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.STROLLER COMPARISON* There are two postions on the Select for the canopies, so headroom is 22″-24″. The Bob Duallie’s is 21″ and the Maclarens can be adjusted to whatever height you need.* Seat back on the City Select is 18.5 inches – longer than a Maclaren Techno’s (18″) or Triumph’s (17.5″). The Bob Duallie has 21″ seatback but the canopy is flush so headroom is less, at 21″ (unless the child leans forward).* Seat width for the City Select is 12.5″, wider than Maclaren twin strollers (11.5″) and the same as the Bob Duallie (12.5″).* Seat depth on the City Select 2010 is 8″ and on the 2011 it’s 9″. This is on par with the Maclaren’s 9″ deep seats. The Bob Duallie has 10″ deep seats.* Footrests on the City Select can be extended from 8.5″ to 10.5″ below the seat. In comparison the other strollers’ are shorter, the Triumph’s is 7″, the Techno 8.5″ and the Duallie, 7.5″.As a side note, the 2010 model costs much less than the 2011 model, which has been slightly redesigned with a more padded back and a deeper, firmer seat.

Lorie Finksburg, MD
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Carry You Siena Stroller Snack Tray

Carry You Siena Stroller Snack Tray

Carry You Siena Stroller Snack Tray With so many convenient ways to use the Siena Snack Tray, its hard to imagine a trip out without it! It features: * Deep tray to accommodate toys and snacks * Sippy cup holder inside tray * Adjustable width to hold various items * High quality lead-free & pvc-free fabric construction that is 100% washable * Non-skid backing to keep tray from sliding on bumper bar * Lightweight and soft for ease in transporting and storing * Velcro attaches securely around stroller’s child bar * May be attached on the inside or outside of the stroller bar. Whether you are giving a snack while shopping at the mall, offering a selection of toys, or trying to keep a blanket close by, you can add ease to your travel plans with our versatile snack tray.

Main features

  • Deep tray to accommodate sippy cups, toys and snacks
  • Adjustable tray for plastic containers with Velcro to secure containers in tray
  • Non-skid backing to keep tray from sliding on bumper bar
  • Lightweight and soft for ease in transporting and storing
  • Made with water-resistant material

Verified reviews

★★★★★

Very useful, a bit bulky

It attaches easily and comes in very handy when going out with the stroller. I even used when traveling to Belgium last month. It’s fits tons of baby articles. It’s a little bulky but I still like it. It’s not a big deal. The material is durable and washable but it attracts lots of lint so if you’re going to use a blanky in the stroller, this will definitely get pilly. The only other bad thing is that it is so easy to detach that my baby just rips it right off the stroller and it gets annoying. Other than that it’s still a great product.

Clara Limestone, ME
★★★★★

Stroller add on

I bought this to add a snack tray to my Micralite Toro stroller. It was easy to install and fits securely without slipping off. It works very well for holding sippy cups or other large items.The issue with it is that all of the compartments are very deep. My son’s arms are too short to reach to the bottom of the compartment (he’s less than a year old). This means that I can’t put cheerios or other small snacks in the tray, the way you can for the rigid trays that come with most strollers. However, since my stroller didn’t come with a tray, this is still the best option.

Claudette Modeste, LA
★★★★★

Not a good fit for us

We have a Combi sport side-by-side stroller and I’d hoped this would be a nice spot to stow sippy cups but it’s not a good fit for our stroller. It’s hard to make a one-size-fits-all product and it is well-constructed. Mine arrived with an upside-down logo for which the company gave me a small rebate, so I’m please with their customer service. For now, I’m hanging onto it until I can either find a use for it or until we no longer need a stroller, whichever comes first.

Deidra Leesburg, NJ
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Valco Baby Glo Bugz Flashing Safety Lights

Valco Baby Glo Bugz Flashing Safety Lights

Valcobaby Glo Bugz safety lights provide a simple solution to keeping visible at night. Attaches to virtually anything including strollers, bikes, backpacks and key chains. Each light has two settings; continuous light beam and strobe light. 2 lights in a set. 1 red light 1 white light.

Main features

  • Multiposition mechanism allows to stop the glider at the desired position
  • Great reclining mechanism allows backrest to be fully adjustable
  • Easy care sage green microfiber fabric
  • Hardwood frame construction in espresso finish
  • Removable foam cushions and padded arms

Verified reviews

★★★★★

White light has very short battery life

I really like how this light attaches securely but I had the same problem as others with the white light stopping to function very quickly. I even replaced the battery and it died again. Red lights still functioning months later.Something the manufacturer needs to fix.

Paulette Larned, KS
★★★★★

lights for stroller

These are great. Bright lights and go into two settings one just straight light and one blinking. Then they allow u to shut them off. Awesome had them for months use them every few days still have not had to change batteries with the product also allows u to do.

Augusta Ophir, OR
★★★★★

Great for the stroller!

I like that these are bright, clear and can be put on blinky or steady mode. The elastic strap that attaches them is nice too so you can move them without much ado. I did find it odd that they are distributed by a company in New Jersey, but mine were sent from Israel?(which made the shipping charge almost as much as I paid for the lights themselves!)

Sonja Tionesta, PA
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Summer Infant Spectra Stroller, Blaze

Summer Infant Spectra Stroller, Blaze

Spectra Stroller

Main features

  • Lightweight convenience of an all aluminum frame stroller that features a one-handed self standing fold and car seat compatibility
  • Multi-position reclining seat with an adjustable footrest and rear mesh window for ventilation (with roll down window for privacy)
  • Plenty of storage: extra large storage basket, 2 rear pockets for keys and cell phones, parent cup holder and child snack tray
  • Durable foam wheels with front and rear suspension with locking front swivel wheels and a pedicure friendly rear brake
  • Adjustable and removable canopy with quiet sweet peak window

Verified reviews

★★★★★

Well made

Light weight, and easily carried by a petite woman. I like how maneuvarable the wheels on. It’s also great that it can recline a lot for a sleeping child. However, I do wish it could sit upright a bit more and that it could carry up to 2 larger cups for adults.

Jeanine Kayenta, AZ
★★★★★

What a piece of crap!

I got this off Ebay brand new in a box for $130, including shipping. I thought it was a steal, since the asking price is around $219. When it arrived, I was quickly disappointed.Cons:1. THE SEAT DOESN’T SIT UP! Not even close. There was no way my 2 year-old would have sat in it. (The B-Agile doesn’t sit up all the way either, but this is a lot more reclined than that! We are talking about a good 6-8 inches difference when my son was sitting all the way up to where the seat back was.)2. The tray, while a good size, is very thin, cheap plastic.3. They have the Summer Infant butterfly log on the side of the stroller. Mine was already coming off on one side. They are just stickers.4. The fold is weird. They tried to make it like the City Mini or B-Agile, but instead of a one handed pull in the seat, you twist the handle bar and push with your hand down to the ground. YOU CANNOT HOLD A CHILD A DO THIS. The fold is also not very flat.5. The fabric felt VERY cheap.6. It is a very open stroller. My son could lean all the way over the side.7. I liked the idea of adjustable leg rest, but when it was all the way down, there was barely any room for my kid’s feet on the foot rest. Maybe an inch of room.8. The seat width is very narrow. Good for shopping aisles, bad for a growing child. Maybe 11 inches across.9. The recline is supposed to be a strap recline. It’s more of a string recline. VERY CHEAP.Pros:1. It does have a flat or almost flat recline.2. There is a cup holder, but it won’t hold more than a bottle of water or baby bottle. No coffee cups or fountain drinks. You can switch it to either side of the stroller.3. Canopy is a decent size.4. Can be a travel system.3. I liked the big peekaboo window with magnets, instead of Velcro.4. Adjustable leg rest.5. Comes with a child’s tray and 2 parent pockets. (Although you might only fit a cell phone and keys in them. They are small.)6. The handlebar height seemed nice and I didn’t kick the bar.7. Basket is a decent size.8. The brakes were nice and flip flop friendly.Bottom line:I sold mine immediately at a kid’s resale store for about $60 just to make some of my money back. Skip this stroller. I am still just using my old Combi until I can find a better one. At most, they shouldn’t be selling this stroller for anymore than maybe $89.99.

Rocio Gill, CO
★★★★★

Stays in a reclining position

I like most things about this stroller:-The swivel wheels-The cup holder-The tray with two deep upholders-The roomy basket-The seat and bucklesHowever, there is one major drawback that effects functionality:-Even though we sinched up the back all the way, the seat remains in a constant reclining position. This makes it hard for my son to be comfortable in here. He either has to lay down or sit forward without support.Unfortunate flaw.

Cheryl Harmans, MD
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Britax Second Seat for B-Ready Stroller, Red

Britax Second Seat for B-Ready Stroller, Red

The second child seat allows you to easily convert the B ready from a single stroller to an in line double. Suitable from birth up to 35 pounds. the second seat is fully featured with 4 recline positions, built in suspension, padded 5 point harness system and canopy with full coverage and ventilation window. Unique design does not require you to remove second seat while folding stroller.

Main features

  • Metal, Polyester
  • Made in USA
  • Suitable from birth/up to 35 pounds
  • Easily converts B ready stroller to an in line double in seconds
  • 4 position seat recline
  • Large canopy with ventilation window
  • Stroller folds with second child seat attached

Verified reviews

★★★★★

The City Select is better for twins – higher weight limit than Britax

With three kids under four, including twins, I’ve had my fair share of double strollers. The Baby Jogger City Select and the Britax B -Ready look very similar, but they’re not when used in doubles mode. Which stroller is better really depends on the age of your kids. For my twins or different age kids, I found the City Select had more advantages. However, if your kids are not close in age or weight, the Britax is worth looking at.Some considerations:
• The City Select stroller was Baby Gizmo’s top tandem stroller in 2010 — the 2011 model has been redesigned with deeper and firmer seats, improving an already excellent stroller. The Britax B-Ready is a first-generation stroller and still has some areas that could be improved upon.
• Of the two, the City Select is a better stroller for twins because of the 45 lb. max weight allowance for each of its full-size seats (child weight + baggage for a total of 90 lbs max for the stroller), foot wells that expand to 10.5 inches and large canopies that raise up to 24″, allowing you to use it all the way up till your children are age 4 or 5. The Britax only has one full size seat as the second seat has a lower weight capacity.
• The Britax B-Ready is a good option if you have two kids of different ages (1 & 3 for example) given the different weight limits on its seats. If you have twins, you’ll be limited by the second seat’s 35 lbs. weight capacity and a 22″ canopy, to about 3 years old – only one child will be able to ride in the stroller past this weight, which is Ok if one of them has outgrown the stroller – if not, this could be an issue (I still use my City Select stroller for long outings with my 4 1/2 year old).
• Another important consideration is that the handle on the City Select extends from 39″ to 41″, whereas the handle on the Britax B-Ready does not. This comes in very handy for taller parents, when you raise the canopy on the upper seat (when stadium seating) to give you additional clearance, or when hanging a diaper bag with the seats in the rear-facing position, so the baby is not kicking it.
• The City Select offers more clearance for walking with the second seat in than the Britax
• Both seats recline on the Britax forward facing, but the second seat is not reversible. On the City Select, both seats are reversible, but they recline fully only in the rear-facing position (with lots of leg room). I actually prefer this configurations as twins are people-magnets and when they are facing towards me and napping it’s easier for people to stay away.
• You can hang a larger than average diaper bag (like the LaLassig Messenger Eco-Friendly Diaper Bag) from the handle with two seats in the City Select. (Note: the stroller handle says not to but because of the weight distribution I haven’t had any problems).
• The City Select allows for 16 configurations including two car seats or two carrycots (Britax only has 14)
• The Britax B-Ready has a more compact footprint than the City Select, a plus if you don’t mind the handle that doesn’t extend or are not a tall parent.
• For the City Select – handling curbs can be challenging with double strollers like these but if you pull the stroller backwards up the curb, it’s actually easier than most strollers because of the large back wheels. It hasn’t been an issue for me.Some similarities between the two strollers:
• Similar width at 26″
• Huge storage basket in both.
• Tires that handle all surfaces well, indoors and out. It’s worth mentioning that neither stroller is meant for jogging.
• The City Select with the second seat weighs 33 lbs., similar to Britax’s 36 lb weight, less than iCandy’s hefty 44 lbs.
• Both have the same recline mechanism on the seats.
• Easy fold for both. With the Britax, you can leave both seats in and fold quickly. With the City Select, both seats need to be in stadium seating, fully upright with the foot wells folded down as far back as they will go (not horizontal), and then you can fold it with both seats. Honestly, it’s a lot easier and faster to just pop off the seats and fold the frame (plus it fits in most cars because it’s very compact).
• For the City Select, the “Baby Jogger City Select Second Seat Attachment Brackets” are sold separately if needed on mystrollers dot com (for example, if you lose one). You do not have to buy the whole second seat.
• Neither stroller is appropiate for babies 0-6 months (even if they recline fully, it’s in a “V” shape as the whole seat tilts). If you live in a city, you may find that a single snap-n-go/ infant seat with an Ergo carrier for the 2nd baby (w insert #2 for babies 0-4 months) is the easiest way to get around for the first year. A double snap n go is even better, and will allow you to use infant car seats so they can nap on outings. Another option is the Maclaren Triumph which folds compactly @ 22 lbs, reclines fully and can be used from birth up, if you want to bypass the car seat altogether and have a stroller for travel for later on.Lastly, I also have Maclaren double strollers (Triumph & Techno) and the Bob Duallie. If you’re looking for other alternatives, they’re all good, but of all of these, I find the City Select is the easiest and most versatile to use with twins and a preschooler (see my profile for a full review with pros and cons). If you’re looking for getting one all-purpose stroller, it would be my pick.

Suzanne Apple Creek, OH
★★★★★

Great for tall child!

I purchased this for my older son with the b-ready stroller and the bassinet. This 2nd seat is great. I use it with the bassinet for now since the baby is only a few months and my older son hops in when he gets tired. I didn’t want to purchase a side by side double stroller because it seemed too bulky and wide. I researched tons of double strollers and it was between this and the city select. I read the reviews and decided to get this one and I’m very very happy I did! I know someone with a city select and they have a double seat-it would be way too short for my really tall 2.4 yr. old (who wears 4T now). He fits great in this 2nd seat and even falls asleep in it sometimes. Once the baby is older, my older son will be in the front and younger can be in the front or back since the minimum age is 6 months +. I don’t even buckle my older son up because the buckles are too short, but that doesn’t even matter. It’s also great that it reclines further down then most second seats (such as phil and teds). I would definately recommend this for a double stroller hands down then any other strollers I’ve seen out there-esp. if your chid is tall.

Leann Coyote, CA
★★★★★

OK second seat

This is a good second seat though it sits really low.I have a 2.5 yr old boy who will be 3 when I start using this with my infant in 2 months time. So my 3 yr old has to be on the top seat due to the weight limitations. And I have to fix the infant carrier low and eventually the second seat will be used by my second baby.If ur looking for the Britax B ready because of its multiple configurations…then please note that with exception to the tandem arrangement, all the other configurations makes sense only with the infant car seat .Or with the main seat and second seat facing each other…the older ..higher kids shoes point straight at the lower kids face. Not Acceptable even after pulling the footrest all the way up. Not when we you have boys .So With the B ready second seat, its really just like a very low sitting tandem stroller. With my older kid sitting in this seat …he has his feet dangling in the shopping basket which is annoying when u have bags in. May not really be of concern when its dry…but in the snow and rain It really will dirty ur bags with the wet shoes …The only way to avoid this to some extent is to allocate the second seat for most part to the smaller kid who may possibly not want to walk much.Easy to click into place but not that easy to remove. Also it has a lower weight limit so u HAVE to put ur bigger kid on the top main seat. I think I am going to have to use the infant car seat long enough to avoid this .I know that in some time maybe year or 2 possibly my older kid will grow out of the stroller and then these concerns wont matter..But the whole purpose of getting this stroller with the second seat is to be able to accomodate both the kids well.

Selena Bonnyman, KY
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Summer Infant 2014 3D Lite Convenience Stroller, Black

Summer Infant 2014 3D Lite Convenience Stroller, Black

The 3D lite Convenience Stroller is a durable stroller that has a lightweight and stylish aluminum frame and is one of the lightest and most feature rich convenience strollers on the market. With an easy to fold frame and carry strap, you can be on-the-go or stow and go with ease.

Main features

  • Durable, stylish frame (12 pounds) with large seat area, multi-position recline, and 5 point safety harness
  • Anti shock front wheels and lockable rear wheels
  • Adjustable and removable canopy with flip out sun visor
  • Extra large storage basket and rear storage pocket
  • Easy compact 3-D fold with carry strap

Verified reviews

★★★★★

Made for daddies (and tall mommies)

Assembly was easy, and we found most features were comparable to our existing Maclaran umbrella stroller, for which we paid three times the asking price of this Summer one. Actually, this one was a bit better because even though the hood is short, a visor could come out, and the baggage rack holds more. The buckle functions similarly, and the fold is similar.It rolls pretty well, and the wheels are nice and big which will probably be useful in sandy or other difficult terrain.The green is a nice, gender neutral color, but it still looks hip.The one note is that it is taller than we are used to . This is actually good for me, at 6’1", but was not an immediate hit with my 5’3" wife. She could get used to it, but she definitely felt it was "different."

Bonnie Kountze, TX
★★★★★

Dad of 5 Review: Compact Like A Combi Stroller, But Better. Our Favorite of Many.

We have five young kids, and have been through our share of strollers. We’ve had both Graco and Chicco travel systems, a quad stroller, a Combi, and a few cheapo umbrella strollers to boot.I’ve developed an opinion of what I like and don’t and I LOVE this stroller.Here’s the good:1. Much like a Combi, this stroller folds to a very compact size, which means it will fit into the trunk of a sedan and still have plenty of room for groceries, gym bags, etc.. This is vital, since it means you don’t necessarily need to buy an SUV or minivan because you’re worried about trunk space (which was somewhat of a concern with our quad stroller and travel system strollers).2. The cup holder is SUCH a good move. It may not sound like much of a selling point, but the Combi didn’t have one and it drove us nuts! The bad news here is that the cup holder is a little small, such that even a medium McDonalds cup fits tightly enough that it doesn’t touch the bottom.3. The storage space under the stroller is ample and smartly designed to stick out far behind the seat of the stroller. We have a gigantic Dad Gear backpack as our diaper bag, and it easily fits in the under-stroller storage. No other stroller we’ve used has been able to do that! On a few strollers, we regularly hung the diaper backpack from the back of the stroller, which caused it to tip sometimes if there wasn’t enough weight in front.4. The grips are nice and high (so taller folks don’t need to hurt their back bending over), and the foam grips are very comfortable!5. The frame is metal! I thought this was awesome because I may or may not have broken the frame of our Combi after driving it up the side of an embankment, pretending it was a skate park ramp. The Summer 3D Lite feels like it will be much more durable and even more maneuverable due to its rigidity.6. The five point harness stays in place pretty well and has a fabric flap to dissuade kids from fiddling with a fastened buckle.The main drawbacks are the cup holder size, and that the folding/unfolding motions take a little getting used to. It’s also not quite as convenient as a travel system if you have a small baby in a removable rear-facing car seat.Overall, it’s probably our favorite stroller we’ve tried! Definitely a top pick for toddlers and bigger!

Ines Demarest, NJ
★★★★★

Love ALMOST everything about this super lightweight, stylish stroller.

What I love about it:1. It’s so LIGHT! So nice to get rid of my 25lb, huge travel system stroller that took up my entire trunk space.2. The carrying strap – Just fold it up (which is fairly easy) and toss it over your shoulder. I think my purse is heavier than this thing.3. Nice thick straps that keep baby comfy.4. It reclines nicely.5. Great height. Both me (5’6") and my SO (6’3") have no problem pushing this around.6. It’s got a cup holder and storage space.7. The additional silver sun shade you can pull out.What I don’t love/think could be improved:1. I really miss having the little "snack" table area in front of baby that the large strollers have.2. The foot rest seems flimsy, but hasn’t been tested by us so take it for what it’s worth.3. I wish you could move the sun shade in front of the baby (as in, our old stroller it detached from the back side and I could move it to different positions depending on the position of the sun).4. I don’t like that the additional pull-out shade is shiny silver. When you pull it back in, I wonder if the sun could reflect from it to baby – But I have nothing to back that up as we haven’t used it too extensively in the direct sun yet, so I could be completely wrong.The pros definitely outweigh the cons, and I did a lot of research and I found this one to have the least amount of cons out of lightweight strollers – even the super expensive ones!

Helena Gainesville, FL
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