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Baby Jogger City Elite Single Stroller

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  • Patented quick-fold technology-allows you to fold your stroller in one simple step
  • 12" forever-air quick-release tires with front wheel suspension and lockable swivel front wheel for all-terrain strolling
  • Patented universal accessory mounting bracket - accessorize your stroller with ease
  • Multi-position sun canopy with clear view windows and side ventilation panels that secure with magnets
  • Plush padded seat reclines to a near flat position with a vented seat top and retractable weather cover, raised kicker accommodates smaller children and provides easy access to the under seat basket
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Product Description

The Baby Jogger® City Elite single stroller is equipped with premium features, including Quick-Fold™ Technology; a reclining, vented seat with retractable weather cover; and wide-tread pneumatic tires. A multiple-pocket parent console, adjustable handlebar, and a large bubble canopy with clear windows and side ventilation panels also come standard. The City Elite offers an excellent ride for your most precious cargo.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 29 x 20.5 x 10.5 inches ; 31 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003TG06VA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Jeezalouisa on April 15, 2011
Color Name: Green Sport Verified Purchase
I was so sure I'd found the perfect all-terrain stroller after reading the reviews here, and I really wanted to love it because it looks great and has a fantastic canopy (loved the magnetic flaps!), BUT ... the foam filled forever-air tires are practically as hard a the plastic wheels of our Graco, and according to customer service the City Elite "does not have a defined suspension". Everybody who said it runs smoothly must have the older model with the pneumatic tires.
So even when pushing the stroller over the metal transition strip between the carpet and tile in our house I felt a big bump; this is not the right stroller for cobblestone, gravel or bumpy sidewalks. Also, pretty much the first sentence in the manual is a warning that the stroller is not suitable for jogging (speed faster than 3mph).
Another thing I noticed when I put my little one in the seat is that the back is a little reclined even in the most upright position. LO looked very slumped and could not sit straight and look out to the sides like in the Graco. I have a feeling that unfortunately this will not be different in any jogging stroller.
Would consider the Summit if only it came in the same design as the City Elite. And so the hunt goes on ...
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Linny on August 18, 2011
Color Name: Black Sport Verified Purchase
Believe me when I say that I researched different strollers 'ad nauseum'!!!! I spent months in this research because our baby has special needs and now that she's older, we knew we'd have to have a stroller that accommodated her weight and height for a few years to come. The stroller will hold up to 75 lbs....which was a plus, given that many strollers don't go beyond the 50 lb mark. And, while some WILL go to a higher weight limit, they're not nearly as compact or don't seem as sturdy.
I'd considered a Maclaren.....which some moms had suggested, while others had said the Mac was so lightweight, it would easily tip over with a heavier child.
Sooo, it came down to the City Elite or the Bob Revolution. Bob almost 'won out'....but it didn't for these reasons:

The City Elite has that dandy feature of 'always filled tires'. No need to worry about a flat...and when you live out in the sticks like we do, or have to roll that stroller on rock roads or very uneven surfaces.......worrying about a flat tire while running to some appointment was the last thing I wanted to do!

The Bob Revolution has no 'extras'. Not as many little pockets, no adjustable handlebar. I'm short, my husband is tall.....that adjustability of the Elite comes in handy!

The City Elite is just a little wider (JUST a little), but a little shorter. And, it seemed in videos and readings that the Elite handled a little better.

That 'one hand closing' is a dandy! We owned a great Peg Perego and I thought I could never get used to the ease of closing the Peg.....but, while a little heavier than our Peg...the Elite folds up in a SNAP and I can lift it into our van. (Note: I am an older mom who can have some back and neck issues.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Vanessa on February 4, 2011
Color Name: Green Sport
I did so much research to find a good stroller and went with this stroller over the Bob because of its weight and the one easy handle fold up. Here is my following observations:


1. The stroller folds up great but is very awkward and sometimes difficult to get opened. (The foot step over the front wheel drags on the ground unless you are really really strong and can hold the whole stroller from the handle higher than your shoulder.

2. The back wheels that come with the stroller have plastic hubs which jut out and catch on everything and it is just awful to get through doorways as the wheel hubs catch and also mark or rip up your door moldings. Just that little bit of hub poking out makes it difficult to use shopping or anywhere indoors.

3.When I first pumped up the air tires one blew up and the rim which is made of plastic shattered from the air pressure and a shard of the rim shot out into my eye. Fortunately I was far enough away there was no damage but it was alarming to say the least. The wheel was completely unusable as was the stroller with only 2 wheels so I called the BJ company and they immediately replaced the wheel for a 30 dollar charge. They sent out a replacement wheel 2 months after I called but sent a temporary wheel made of a metal rim in a day. The metal tire although heavier and a different color did not have the hubs that poked out further than the rim so I use that wheel now since it is safer to pump up and does not catch on anything.

4. The rotating front tire which offers a great 360 turn does something I did not expect. When you are just starting to move forward the wheel tends to remain perpendicular with the direction you are going unless you have it set on the alternate locked straight tire setting.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By kevsmith on August 4, 2011
Color Name: Green Sport
We have had the City Elite for about 4 months now and absolutely love it. Here are the things that are great about it
- Adjustable handle. Adjusts for a pretty wide range, this was a must for us since my wife is a foot shorter than me. The Bob Revolution doesn't have an adjustable handle so that was a deal breaker for us.
- Very large canopy. One of the best I've seen. Also it has 2 large windows on the top, one for each position, and on each side there is a flap that can open for air circulation which is really nice. The windows are plastic and easy to see through. Also, all the flaps secure with magnets instead of velcro, which is just another nice frill that you would expect on a higher end stroller.
- Seat easily reclines to an almost flat position.
- Front wheel locks easily, can be used for light jogging.
- The hand brake is great and easy to use. Technically they can't call it a hand brake, but it is operated by hand to the side of the handle.
- The folding mechanism was the selling point for us, and is by far the v=bets on the market. All you do is pull up on the handle in the seat and the stroller folds. Brilliant! It folds fairly small and fits in our Prius just fine. The stroller is on the heavier side at 26 pounds, but it actually felt lighter than some other strollers we tried because it is so easy to carry and not bulky at all.
- Parent console has 6 pockets, 3 of which can be used as cup holders.
- Large seat and high seat back. Can definitely see our son using this for a long time.
- The ride is pretty smooth. Not the smoothest I have seen, that would have to be the Valco Tri mode, but still quite smooth. The Valco had many negatives that cancelled out the smooth ride.
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