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Baby Jogger City Mini GT Double Stroller, Shadow/Orange

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  • 47% Nylon/43% Polyester/8% Polyurethane Foam/2% TPU
  • Imported
  • Baby jogger patented quick fold technology allows you to fold your stroller with one hand
  • Adjustable handlebar accommodates users of all heights
  • 8.5" forever air tires provide a smooth, comfortable ride over any terrain with front wheel suspension and lockable swivel front wheel for long distance strolling
  • Padded seat reclines to a near flat position with mesh seat top and retractable weather cover
  • Individually adjustable large multi position sun canopies with peek a boo windows
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Technical Details
Item Weight33.2 pounds
Product Dimensions26.6 x 29.5 x 7 inches
UPC745146162396
Item model numberBJ16239
Target genderUnisex
Minimum weight recommendation16 Ounces
Maximum weight recommendation100 Pounds
Style2012 City Mini GT Double
Batteries requiredNo
  
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ASINB006QH459I
Best Sellers Rank #65,540 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight38.5 pounds
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The City Mini GT Double takes compact, all terrain mobility to the next level. Its easy to use design makes it perfect for all day excursions in the urban jungle and weekend adventures off the beaten path. The City Mini GT features patented quick fold technology with removable auto lock to keep stroller closed when folded, accessory mounting bracket, a hand operated parking brake and an adjustable handlebar to accommodate users of all heights. The 8.5" quick release forever air wheels feature sealed ball bearings, front wheel suspension and the dual front wheel can be locked into place for long distance strolling. The plush padded seats, with additional structure and support, individually recline to a near flat position and feature vented seat tops to increase airflow within the stroller with retractable weather covers. Additionally the City Mini GT Double offers a roomy seat with an extended seat back and foot well to accommodate taller children. Also featured are individually adjustable sun canopies with peek a boo windows, adjustable five point safety harnesses with shoulder pads and buckle cover, large and easy to access under seat basket and seat back storage compartments. The City Mini GT Double is the next generation in all terrain strolling from Baby Jogger with all the safety and style you'd expect. Maximum weight capacity of the City Mini GT Double is 100 pounds. The City Mini GT Double is not intended for jogging.

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The City Mini GT Double takes compact, all-terrain mobility to the next level. Its easy to use design makes it perfect for all day excursions in the urban jungle and weekend adventures off the beaten path. The City Mini GT features patented quick-fold technology with removable auto-lock to keep stroller closed when folded, accessory mounting bracket, a hand-operated parking brake and an adjustable handlebar to accommodate users of all heights. The 8.5" quick-release forever-air wheels feature sealed ball bearings, front wheel suspension and the dual front wheel can be locked into place for long distance strolling. The plush padded seats, with additional structure and support, individually recline to a near flat position and feature vented seat tops to increase airflow within the stroller with retractable weather covers. Additionally the City Mini GT Double offers a roomy seat with an extended seat back and foot well to accommodate taller children. Also featured are individually adjustable sun canopies with peek-a-boo windows, adjustable five-point safety harnesses with shoulder pads and buckle cover, large and easy to access under seat basket and seat back storage compartments. The City Mini GT Double is the next generation in all-terrain strolling from Baby Jogger with all the safety and style you'd expect. Maximum weight capacity of the City Mini GT Double is 100 pounds. The City Mini GT Double is not intended for jogging.

Customer Reviews

Citi Mini GT Double -- LOVE LOVE LOVE.
Jessica
The GT fits through all standard doorways, but will be problematic in many stores with cramped aisles.
J. Finkel
The stroller is easy to push and turns on a dime.
Bearcat

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180 of 183 people found the following review helpful By J. Finkel TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 9, 2012
The City Mini GT Single and Double Strollers are new additions for 2012 to the Baby Jogger line. The GT versions offer some major improvements over the regular City Minis while carrying over the basic models' ease of use and simple design.

== City Mini Double GT vs. non-GT ==
The GT's main attraction vs. non-GT is roomier seats for your kid. The shoulder room on the City Mini Double is only 11", which the GT bumps up to 12". Max height on the GT is 26" vs. the non-GT's 23". Both double strollers offer 100 lbs. capacity. Both models recline to a near-flat position, which we use with our infant instead of a car seat adapter.

The GT's 8.5" forever-air tires allow the GT to competently handle grass and gravel. While they provide overall better handling without the hassle of filling them with air, they don't provide the same level of shock absorption as traditional air-filled tires.

The handle bar is now adjustable to several angles, making it not only more comfortable for tall and short parents but the GT can better accomodate the Baby Jogger Glider Board For City/Summit because it is easier to move the handle bar out of the way. The handlebar on the GT also has a handbrake vs. the non-GT's foot brake. The handbrake is very convenient since it is easy to see and takes minimal effort to operate.

The canopies on the GT have 2 peek-a-boo windows vs. the non-GT's one window. The canopies also provide better coverage.

The GT is roughly 6 lbs. heavier.
Dimensions (L x W x H):
City Mini Double GT ------- City Mini Double
44" x 29.5" x 43.5" ------- 38.5" x 29.75" x 41.5"
31" x 29.5" x 12.5" (folded)--31" x 29.
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34 of 34 people found the following review helpful By rhapsody on July 6, 2012
This is one amazing stroller! It is phenomenal, and I can't even say how much I love it! It is so easy to maneuver, and turns on a dime, even loaded down. I have a 3 year old who weighs 43 pounds and is 43" tall, and a 11 month old who weighs around 20 pounds. When I push them both it does not pull in either direction. It is so easy to push, even with one child weighing twice as much as the other. I can literally push it with one finger. The wheels are amazing, and are just what I was looking for in a stroller. They can handle the rough gravel around my neighborhood very easily. I love the larger seats. My kids tend to be bigger than average and this works great for us. The adjustable handlebar is amazing, and is NOT made of that foam stuff that gets easily torn. I also love the hand parking brake. I didn't think the hand brake was necessary when I bought it, but now it's one of my favorite features. You can engage the brake when you're in front of the stroller, which is nice. We looked at Phil and Ted doubles also, but picked this one because I need both of my kids to be able to nap at the same time. You can't do that with a Phil and Ted. Also, it strolls through doorways so easily. I'm always amazed at people's reactions when it fits through doors because no one ever thinks it's going to make it, but it does! :) As far as the cons, it is a little heavy when it's folded, but that's because it has a high quality frame and I would prefer that over having a light stroller. Also, there is not a whole lot of storage on the bottom, but there are going to be things you don't like with any stroller. Everyone wants a smaller, compact stroller, but with that comes a smaller footprint and thus less storage.Read more ›
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43 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Jessica on September 28, 2013
I have 19 month twins, and I have obsessively researched the best strollers for two. We have actually gone through quite a few.

1. Britax B Ready -- fantastic when they were still in their infant Britax carseats that could snap right on with the adaptors. It was so easy to maneuver through tight spaces, and since it was tandem, it actually fit easily through crowds and aisles. However, as soon as they grew out of the infant carseats, I always felt bad for the baby who got stuck in the bottom seat under the other child. I thought this stroller was made more for an older child with an infant on the bottom, not twins. Sold it.

2. Bumbleride Indie Twin -- solid stroller with lots of fun accessories including infant pram attachments. It handles on a dime and is really well-thought out. The storage basket had easy access, and the sun shades were adequate. If I lived in a city, I would most certainly have kept this stroller. However (A MAJOR DRAWBACK), I found it cumbersome to close. It took me forever to figure out, and even once I had the knack of it, it was still difficult. Then, add getting it in and out of the car. No way. I was not strong enough. Sold it.

3. Combi Twinspot -- I loathe this stroller. I cringe every time I pass it in the garage. The wheels are horrid and only work well on pavement. It does not handle well. The sunshades are a complete joke. In fact, after having had it folded up for the month, the sunshades got bent and now are even more useless. It IS light and ok for travel, but that is only because I wouldn't mind if the airline broke it!

4. Citi Select Double -- I like this stroller a lot. It was my "go-to" for at least a year, because it is TANDEM and can actually fit through stores.
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