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Baby Jogger 2010 City Select Single Stroller, Onyx


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  • 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
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Product Information

Color: Onyx
Technical Details
Item Weight30 pounds
Product Dimensions13 x 21 x 28 inches
UPC745146892606
Item model number89260
Maximum weight recommendation45 Pounds
Care instructionsUnited States
Additional product featuresCanopy
Seating capacity1
SuspensionFront wheel
Wheel typeSwivel
  
Additional Information
ASINB00318CM5Y
Best Sellers Rank #89,225 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight34 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Product Description

Color: Onyx

From the Manufacturer

The city select by baby jogger is a one-of-a-kind; multi-functional stroller that allows parents to mix and match seats, bassinets, and car seats to customize their stroller. The city select starts with a single capacity stroller but expands to a double by using a unique patented attachment method. As your family grows, simply snap on a second seat and you're ready to take on the town in stylish convenience. The city select presents 16 unique seating combinations from double tiered car seats to a bassinet and single seat combo. And with a variety of accessory options, the city selects offers premium versatility to suit every family's comfort and needs.

Product Description

Baby Jogger City Select Single StrollerThe City Select stroller by Baby Jogger is one of a kind! It's a multi-functional stroller that allows parents to mix and match seats, bassinets, and infant seats to customize their stroller.The Baby Jogger City Select is sold as a single seat stroller, and it expands to what your family needs -- you can add the optional bassinet, infant seat mount(s), or second seat. The City Select can accommodate nearly any combination of bassinet, seat(s), or infant sea

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Customer Reviews

It's incredibly easy to maneuver and re-configure.
Wendy
Overall, this is an excellent stroller and I HIGHLY recommend it to anyone looking for a stroller similar to what I was looking for!
Princess Jo
The quality seems so much better than that of the Baby Jogger City Mini Double.
mommyto2

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

37 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Bonnie J. Becker on November 8, 2010
Color Name: Onyx
I spent way too much time doing research on double strollers, and decided on the City Select. In return for the thoughtful reviews I depended on, I decided to post my own review that addressed some of the criticisms I had read, as well as add a few ideas of my own.

For context, I have a newborn and a 27 month old. I was looking for a double that could also be used as a single (so no side-by-sides, like BOB Duallie or City Mini Double, which both looked great), since in a couple of years the older one will have outgrown the stroller. Our old stroller was given to us and we HATED it (too heavy, poor steering, blocked basket), so I decided that it was crucial to get a good stroller that would last us a while. We weren't ready for a sit n' stand (would have gotten the Joovy Caboose Ultralight) since my son is too young and needs a proper seat. We didn't want a second seat that hung below the main seat, since I didn't think my toddler would tolerate it and with a bad back I couldn't get a kid in and out of it (would have gone with Phil and Ted's or Britax B-Ready)--although I should note that all of my friends who have this kind of stroller insist that it works great. We ultimately got the BJCS for the flexibility of design and the stadium-style seating.

We've had it for a month now and are happy with our choice. Here's my take on some of the main critiques of the stroller.

Chicco Keyfit 30: I was very worried that the carseat sits on the adapter and doesn't "snap" in. Turns out, if you look at your carseat, there aren't really any places for this particular carseat to snap! So any stroller that is not a Chicco will have this issue. I was surprised that the one little snap in the back DOES actually click in, and with the strap, the carseat is pretty snug.
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55 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Jill D on April 5, 2010
With an 18 month old and a 2 month old, we reluctantly retired our Bugaboo and began the search for a double stroller. After much research we, like so many others, eagerly anticipated the release of the Baby Jogger City Select. We bought it 3 weeks ago and have since sold it as it just didn't fit our needs. The stroller is so superior on so many levels that I tried to overlook the flaws as much as I could, but to no avail.

Living in Manhattan, the two deal breakers for me were:
1) as others have mentioned, the stroller is very heavy, esp with 2 kids loaded on. This made for difficult maneuvering. To be specific, if I was pushing it on a nearly perfect flat surface, it worked like a dream. However, anything with even the slightest angle to it caused the stroller to veer sharply to one side which made my arm/wrist very tired trying to keep it straight. And with most city sidewalks being anything but flat, it was very hard to overlook as I was constantly trying to correct it. I don't feel like I am a physically weak person, so I was very surprised when neither me nor my husband could easily control the stroller.

2) Again, due to the weight, or maybe the weight distribution, the stroller is heavy. So, it was very hard, if not impossible to lift it up over a curb. Needless to say, going up a couple of steps here and there was a challenge I wasn't able to take on, and thus became very limited to where I could go, what stores I would enter, etc. I had my husband also try this maneuver as well, and he had great difficutly too. He had to stand on the lower bar under the seat to lift it off the ground and it was still very hard.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Wendy on January 29, 2010
Color Name: Ruby
My husband and I had been researching strollers for months, and all of the strollers that we found had something that was missing and that we would have to compromise on. And for the price of some of these strollers, there was just no way I was willing to compromise. Most importantly, we wanted a stroller that we could use as a single now, but that would convert into a double once we have our second baby. And not just any double...it would need to hold a toddler (comfortably) AND an infant carseat. The only one we could find that wasn't bulky, was the Uppa Baby Vista, but that second add on seat didn't look so comfortable. So when I heard about this stroller coming out I was PSYCHED!! I had read about it and watched a video online. This stroller seemed too good to be true! It had everything I needed, wanted and more. So as soon as it became available I ordered it. Needless to say, I had very high expectations of this stroller. And I was not disappointed. This stroller moves like a dream. It looks fantastic. It's incredibly easy to maneuver and re-configure. It has a super convenient hand-brake. And it has 16 different configuration options! I am beyond impressed. One of the things I love is that it LOOKS like a single stroller! I can use it like this for as long as I need, and then just add on another seat instead of having to buy a whole new double stroller. I would ABSOLUTELY recommend this stroller to any mom who has two children, or has one now and is looking to grow their family. It's the best investment you will make. Oh, and if you like the Diamond color - don't be intimidated by the fear of getting it dirty! I bought that color and it's actually more like a light gray. Plus, it cleans super easily.
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