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Baby Jogger 2010 City Mini Single Stroller, Crimson/Gray

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  • Patented quick-fold technology - simple lift and fold
  • Weighs only 16.8 pounds with a 50 pound weight capacity
  • 3-Panel bubble canopy with clear view windows
  • 8" wheels with steel ball bearings and front suspension
  • Universal city series accessory mounting bracket
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Color: Crimson/Gray
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Item Weight16.8 pounds
Product Dimensions42 x 23 x 38 inches
UPC745146871069
Item model number87106
  
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Best Sellers Rank #89,923 in Baby (See top 100)
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Color: Crimson/Gray

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City Mini Single - Crimson/Gray

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Baby Jogger City Mini Single Stroller Manuevering about the city can be a real hassle if you're pushing around the wrong stroller. The Baby Jogger City Mini Single is made for the changing landscape and tight corners of those busy sidewalks. Smooth Strollin' A padded seat with near flat recline will keep your child cozy while you run errands or meet with friends. The adjustable 5-point harness is equipped with shoulder pads and a padded buckle cover.

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140 of 141 people found the following review helpful By Philip Wong on January 31, 2010
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We bought the City Mini after considering the Uppababy strollers. Uppababy was nice and easier to fold than others, but was still a little heavier than we wanted. We wanted something that folded easily and was lightweight so that my wife could take it in/out of the trunk without straining. A sales representative suggested we try out the City Mini since we didn't need the bassinet because our child was already 8 months old.

We were shocked at how light, durable, maneuverable, and "fold-able" this stroller was, and at a third of the cost of the Uppababy stroller we were looking at! The sun shade has 3-4 different positions and gets quite low if needed. Another neat feature is that the sun shade has two peek-a-boo windows. The major selling point for us was the ease of folding it up, so much that we were driven to make our first video review on Amazon.

We wished it came with a belly bar, but saw that we could purchase it separately. In the end, we bought the child tray instead so we could put things in front of our baby to keep her busy (note that you can keep the tray attached when you fold/unfold the stroller). Although the 2010 model comes with a larger basket underneath the stroller than the 2009 model, it is difficult to insert a larger diaper bag because of a metal bar located by the opening. There is no cup holder, but we didn't really care about that.

Overall, we would recommend this product. We are very happy with our purchase.
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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Hillary L. Wald on November 7, 2009
Color Name: Orange/Grey
Let me start by saying i've had a bugaboo frog, quinny buzz, bob rev, mac, and peg p3 and this one is THE best! So light, easy to fold, HUGE shade , cool colors (we had the vibrant orange-love it!), padded flat reclining seat, mesh recline for air/you can see the baby when reclined, BEST push (better than the bug for sure!), two windows in canopy, ability to take belly bar/car seat adaptor, wheels easy to bump up/down curbs, and flat flat fold. This is NOT a jogging stroller, rather more like a peg p3 set up with 3 wheels. some outdoor use is ok but it is more of an errand/mall stroller. If you walk more outside, look at the baby jogger city classic or elite, big air tires but same great fold/canopy. The sunshine kids caddy fits PERFECT on the mini for drinks/keys etc and is sold on amazon too :) Love my mini, makes quick trips with my toddler/ 5 month old great (we are using the car seat adaptor). hth!
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By candlewriter on July 23, 2010
Color Name: Orange/Grey
Okay, I love this stroller! It's not perfect, but for someone (like me) living in a small apartment in a walk-up building, and using it on all kinds of city streets, it is just about as good as it gets. Let me start by saying that my baby is 16 months old and, for the last year, we have been using a lightweight, full-featured umbrella stroller. That stroller is a great stroller, no question about it, but for our needs . . . the City Mini is just better.

It started when I noticed my upstairs neighbor taking her City Mini, and her baby, up and down our stairs with relative ease. Though I had always been happy with our stroller, I couldn't help but notice that hers seemed easier. I tried it out several times and was impressed. And after a few weeks, I finally splurged and bought the City Mini myself, even though I had sworn to my husband and myself that I'd never buy another stroller. I do not regret it one bit, because:

1. The City Mini is really ridiculously easy to fold and unfold. To fold, you literally just pull up with one hand. I can do it easily while holding my baby and then carry both him and the stroller up the stairs. Even though the City Mini, is quite a bit heavier than my 11 lb. umbrella stroller, I find it easier to get up and down - it's like carrying a heavy shopping bag in one hand. With the umbrella stroller, I had to bend to fold it, and then it was just more awkward/bulky to carry, even with the carry-strap. It ended up taking more energy even though it was lighter. Likewise on public transport, the City Mini is so easy to just fold and get on the bus, subway, whatever.

2. The City Mini sunshade canopy is great. It goes from big to bigger and has two peek-a-boo windows, which I love. Protection from sun, wind, and light rain is great.

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By J. Snider on July 4, 2010
Color Name: Orange/Grey
I really liked this stroller for the first 14 months or so. That is until the front wheel assembly fell apart and the wheels fell off (yes, with my kid in it). I ordered a replacement assembly May 17, and here it is the 4th of July and still no delivery. Needless to say I have had to replace the stroller. Should have lasted longer - disappointing.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By BaltimoreMom on March 22, 2010
I've owned this stroller for two years now...
Pros: lightweight, amazingly easy fold, good steering, best canopy on the market
Cons: We live in the city with lots of cobblestones and uneven pavement and the tires and suspension are just not very smooth as your child gets heavier. Wish I had purchased the City Elite or Bob Revolution with larger inflatable tires and better suspension. If you plan on doing walking other than indoors or perfectly paved surfaces, seriously consider better tires. Also, the seat is only made of fabric and never goes fully upright so baby sits slouchy...some of this was improved by cutting a piece of thick cardboard the shape of the seatback and inserting in between the fabric (there is an opening so just slide in like an envelope). Now seatback has a bit more support---although still not fully upright. Lastly, when our child was much lighter, the stroller would tip over with any amount of weight on the handle bar. Now that she's heavier, less of an issue but if bag is hanging off the handles and you remove your child, it always falls over---annoying especially when in public.

Overall, this stroller is great but it is best suited for those who will use it only indoors or on very smooth surfaces. As a sidenote, BJ customer service has been awesome. When I got the stroller, the seat fabric had a run in it. BJ sent me a brand new one within days.
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