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Baby Jogger 2012 City Versa Stroller, Red

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  • Reversible seat so baby can face the parent
  • Patented Quick Fold Technology Allows you to fold your stroller with one hand no matter which direction the seat is facing
  • Patented feature folds the seat within the stroller frame for an ultra compact size when folded
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Product Description

The award-winning Baby Jogger City Versa is a lightweight, easy to maneuver four-wheel stroller that offers parents the versatility to stroll with their baby facing them or facing the world. Baby Jogger's patented Quick-Fold Technology has been incorporated so that parents can fold the stroller with one hand no matter what direction the seat is facing, to a compact 8.5" width. Additionally, the City Versa offers a plush padded seat that reclines no matter what direction the seat is facing, adjustable foot well tilt to support smaller legs, large adjustable sun canopy with peek-a-boo windows and an adjustable handlebar to accommodate users of all heights. The 8" quick-release wheels are made from durable EVA, feature an all-wheel suspension system and the dual front wheels can lock into place for long distance strolling. Also featured are a hand-operated parking brake, large under seat basket and seat back storage compartment. The City Versa changes the view of compact strolling while maintaining all the style and safety features you'd expect from Baby Jogger. Maximum weight of child should not exceed 50 pound. The City Versa is not intended for jogging.


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Item Weight24.3 pounds
Product Dimensions8.5 x 22.2 x 39.5 inches
OriginChina
UPC745146213302
Item model numberBJ21330
Maximum weight recommendation50 Pounds
Style2013 City Versa
Batteries requiredNo
  
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ASINB008RR5YO0
Best Sellers Rank #57,860 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight29.6 pounds
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72 of 78 people found the following review helpful By L. Gaffney on January 22, 2014
Color: Red
I am a soon-to-be second time mom. When my son was born, we were limited with space and chose a Baby Jogger City Mini, which was perfect at the time because it folded up so easily and fit in a corner inconspicuously. However, I always wanted a full-size stroller with a reversible seat and a bassinet option, so this time around (now that we've moved and have more space), we started hunting for a full-feature stroller. I will qualify this review with the fact that we were NOT looking for a double stroller because my son barely rides in a stroller anymore, and we were not looking for a light-weight/travel/umbrella stroller. All of the strollers we looked at ranged in the $300-$900 price range and weighed in at 23-28 lbs.

These were the features that were really important to us: reversible seat, easy fold, bassinet option, large easily-accessible basket, suspension and wheels that can handle grass and some smooth trails, well-made seat that can handle a tall child, good canopy coverage, ability to add a glider board.

Seat: The seat on the City Versa is made with an attractive, high-quality, durable fabric, which also snaps on and off of the frame easily for cleaning (I believe it's machine washable). The seat is well-structured, with an adjustable footrest, three recline positions, and a huge canopy with two magnetic-closure windows. The seat is also incredibly easy to reverse and the seat back is 21.5" high, which will accommodate tall children. My only minor complaint is that the seat recline mechanism is somewhat "sticky" and takes some practice to master, but Baby Jogger's customer service told me that the mechanism needs some time to "break in" and that it should get easier to use over time.

Fold: This is what Baby Jogger is truly known for.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By MumOf4 on June 21, 2013
Color: Red Verified Purchase
I used to own a baby jogger city select, which I loved, however I decided that I wanted to downsize to a more compact version. When the City Versa was released I was super excited as it has all the features that I love about the select, but also the awesome options of the city mini. The frame is sturdy, but thin enough to fit through any isle at the shops. The basket is large like the select and the seat roomy and comfy. The seat being reversible is fantastic, although I kind wish it had just one more recline back. The hand break and handle are great also. One of the most awesome features is the fold, especially being that the stroller can be folded with the seat facing either way. It can get a little sticky at times, but otherwise folds so thin. I know that there is a version of the versa in England that has the GT wheels, however, I am not fussed with the hard rubber tires. They over a really smooth ride and the stroller is a dream to push - you can literally do it with two fingers.
Overall, I am super excited about this product. It is a stroller I will have all through my babies years. Littlefolks delivered quickly and without any damage.

Update - 2 months of use:
I wanted to update my review after a few months of using the Versa. Overall this is still a great stroller - very sturdy, pushes nicely, great basket etc. However, it is also extremely heavy and awkward to get in and out of the car. The fold is very clever however, because you are picking the entire stroller up with one hand as you fold it the 26 pounds of weight can feel VERY heavy and has actually started to hurt my back. It may sound silly, but if I was to fold it down and pick it up with two hands the weight would not feel as bad.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Whitney on July 13, 2014
Color: Red Verified Purchase
I cannot sing enough praises about this stroller! I love that we can switch the seat to look outward, or to look at us. THE BASKET UNDER THE SEAT IS HUGE! It's huge, people!!!! And so easy to access from any side, with either seat configuration. You get to see how huge it really is when the seat is looking toward you. Absolutely love the one handed break. Why can't all strollers have that? Genius idea! Another genius idea? The two peekaboo windows up top with the magnetic closure. AWESOME! I hate velcro, and love that I can have two windows to check on my little guy. My son is 6.5 months old and for the first time, loves being somewhere else other than my arms or Ergo carrier. The seat is very easy to switch around. It took me a few tries to get the hang of closing the stroller, but it's seriously so simple. It's a little heavier than my previous strollers but it's worth it, in my opinion. Can you close it with a baby in your arms? You bet. Can I lift it into the trunk of my Expedition with a baby in my arms? ... Sure, but it's not cute and I need to get a good grip on it before I try. It took me all of 3 minutes to assemble the stroller from the box. Didn't need to read instructions, I felt like it was definitely common sense, or just that easy to put together.

I highly recommend this stroller! You will not be disappointed!
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Nicole K. on February 20, 2014
Color: Red Verified Purchase
Like many mamas out there, I researched strollers obsessively. Baby Jogger makes quality strollers at an affordable price, so I decided early on I would go with one of their models. However, I waffled between the City Mini GT and City Versa for a very long time. In fact, I ended up ordering booth and returning the City Mini GT. Both are beautiful strollers, it just depends on what you want.

I knocked a star off my rating because of the extra weight of the Versa and the fact that it doesn't have all terrain wheels. Those all terrains make for a buttery smooth ride. I did decide to splurge and purchase the $60 Versa GT wheel kit from Baby Jogger's website. The City Mini is lighter by about 6 lbs, and you really do notice the difference. However, the City Mini is not so light weight that you'd want to take it on the subway or travel through an airport with it. At the end of the day, it's still a full-size travel system. So, to me the extra weight of the Versa wasn't a big deal. I'll use a cheap-o umbrella when I really need light weight. This is my stroller for long city walks over bumpy pavement.

Both strollers fold equally well. Both seats are nice, but obviously different. The City Mini seems more suited for a toddler. The Versa seems to cradle the baby more and appears more comfortable to me. I think my child would sleep equally well in either, but the positioning of the Versa allows me a better view of him. When the City Mini is reclined, the baby's face is kind of hidden in the back. I also found the recline feature on the City Mini kind of annoying. If you're kid falls asleep while sitting up, it's just more disruptive to recline the seat. In the Versa you kind of just gently lean it back in one motion.
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