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Baby Jogger Carry Bag

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FEATURES of the Carry Bag by Baby Jogger Stores and protects a Baby Jogger stroller for travel Allows for more space-saving stroller storage at home Specialized storage compartments protect wheels Durable fabric construction with a sturdy carrying strap Model specific custom design fits select models of Baby Jogger strollers This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

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  • ASIN: B005R8P92O
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (82 customer reviews)
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Very easy to do.
Mrs
The pros are: Once you remove the wheels (which is super easy on these strollers), the stroller fits easily into this bag.
Amazon Customer
The bag's inside pockets were great for extra diapers.
HananaBanana

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43 of 43 people found the following review helpful By L. Brambach on February 20, 2013
Size Name: Single Verified Purchase
It's difficult to figure out what accessories fit the GT vs. the other Baby Jogger City Mini. Heads up - if you have the GT... this does not fit.

I spent a great deal of time on Amazon trying to make sure this bag would fit our GT. Once it arrived, I tried every which way to get the stroller zipped up - used Youtube for help as well. Turns out the BabyJogger.om and a couple of other "stroller" sites sell the correct bag. It must state that it's for the City Mini GT. Would have saved a lot of hassle had this info been communicated on the product description.

UPDATE:

After talking to BabyJogger, I learned that the newer bags have a double zipper system allowing the bag to expand to fit the GT. Some older bags are still in circulation and I was the unlucky one to receive one of those bags from Amazon. Otherwise... the bag should fit both the Mini and Mini GT.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Mrs on August 31, 2011
Size Name: Single
I have the City Mini and have taken my child all over the world with it. It is by far my favorite stroller on earth and I needed a bag that would help protect it when being handled in the airport.
*Please note that this is the 2010-2011 version of the bag. Some reviews of this same-named bag have mentioned that there is NO place for the wheels to come off which could mean that the newer versions are different from mine. Please be aware when looking up this bag that the features MAY have changed.

PROS:
- The bag is a thick coated canvas and has not torn or shredded in all of my trips.
- Shoulder strap can be removed if you don't want to use it
- Inside of the bag has clearly labeled pockets for the wheels you must take off in order to stow. The pockets zip around each wheel so they don't move. Very easy to do.
- Black which is nondescript and doesn't obviously look like it's carrying a nice stroller
- Once everything is zipped up the stroller is securely snug inside, no wiggling or moving around in there

CONS:
- If you're okay with taking the wheels off to store the stroller then disregard, HOWEVER, taking the wheels off can be a hassle with a little one at the gate.
- You must place the stroller facing a very specific direction (not marked inside unlike the wheels) so it still takes some fiddling to figure out which way to lie the stroller down in order for the bag to zip fully. Because the wheels are inside and it's a perfect fit you have to do it correctly or the bag won't zip.
- The bag is nondescript, as mentioned in PROS, thus the baggage handlers often think it's checked luggage rather than "gate check" and twice they've moved it back down under the plane to be picked up at regular baggage.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 7, 2013
Size Name: Single Verified Purchase
We have a Baby Jogger City Mini GT and we love this bag. There is only one con, but the pros far outweigh the one issue.

The pros are:
Once you remove the wheels (which is super easy on these strollers), the stroller fits easily into this bag. I'm not sure why others said it only fits one way. I haven't found that to be true, and I just toss it in (after putting the wheels into the pockets). The bag also has an expander zipper. In our recent travel, we also fit in a crib wedge along with the stroller, for example.

The bag is slightly padded so that your stroller is protected. This was great - especially after seeing the other gate check items come back wet and roughed up...

When packing the car full of stuff for a vacation, this bag packs the stroller flat and small. Once the stroller is in the bag, it is much easier to pack things around, under, and on the bag vs. the awkward stroller alone.

There is a removable shoulder strap for this bag that helps with carrying. Which brings me to the only con:

The con:
The bag does not collapse. So, when not in use, though it is flat, it is not small. We were still able to hang it on our stroller handlebar, and others said they forced it to fold, but it is not small. We could have just used a gate check canvas bag, but we wanted to protect the stroller more - and this bag did that.

Still, this one issue is not a big deal compared with the benefits!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By M. Bigelow on August 30, 2013
Size Name: Single Verified Purchase
For the most part, this is a good bag that does what it's supposed to do in protecting the stroller from overly enthusiastic baggage handlers, but I can't give it a ringing endorsement because it's also kind of a pain.

As far as doing its primary job, the padding is okay and the double zipper expansion ensures that the stroller will fit (though, with the wheels off, I usually don't need the extra space). I'll agree with others that the black, nondescript look of the bag doesn't help distinguish it as a stroller and, therefore, definitely gate check material, so you'll want something to help it stand out as such. I went with another's suggestion and throw it into one of those big, red, vinyl-ish stroller bags that say "GATE CHECK" in no uncertain terms. Apart from making everything obvious and keeping it from accidentally winding up at baggage claim, it's a nice barrier to keep the Baby Jogger bag from getting torn up on the tarmac. Our red bag is a filthy, tattered mess after about a dozen flights, but the black bag underneath is in almost pristine condition.

Still, the Baby Jogger bag fails for me in a couple of ways. Firstly, the inside makes no real sense. There are a couple of pockets that I guess could be receptacles for the wheels, but they're not really shaped for it and I feel like the stems of rear wheels would eventually put a hole through it. What purpose they serve, I know not. Similarly, as many have mentioned, there's not a great deal of guidance for the *best* way to put the stroller in there. I think my method's all right, but I'm sure others do it better.
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