Baby Jogger 2011 City Mini Single Stroller, Orange/Gray (Discontinued by Manufacturer) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- Patented one-hand Quick-Fold Technology allows you to fold your stroller in one simple step
- 8" lightweight quick-release EVA wheels with sealed ball bearings and front wheel suspension, lockable swivel front wheel for long distance strolling
- Patented universal accessory mounting bracket, accessorize your stroller with ease
- One-step reclining seat to a near flat position with mesh back and retractable weather cover
- Multi-position sun canopy with peek-a-boo window
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I really liked how the city mini was much lighter than the BOB. It was really easy for me to carry both my baby and stroller up the stairs at the same time. I would not have been able to do this with the BOB.
The one handed fold of the city mini is nice. I could fold the stroller while holding my baby. However, the BOB is just one more step and I usually put my baby in the car seat before putting the stroller away.
Th city mini has a sturdier canopy. It has two large peek-a-boo windows with easy to use velcro straps. The BOB canopy is not as nice, but sufficient and comparable in size.
I have an older BOB revolution, so the back is not as sturdy and supportive as the 2011 city mini. However, comfort and support can be easily enhanced with the right accessories.
My 10 week old could easily and comfortably fit in the seat when using the snuzzler. I needed to use the car seat (with adapter) with the BOB.
The BOB has rear-wheel shocks, larger wheels, and pneumatic tires. I had no problems pushing the stroller through non-mowed grass, mud, or gravel. The city mini only has front-wheel suspension and the tires look like they will wear easily. I could push the city mini through non-mowed grass, mud, or gravel, but I prefer to avoid it if possible. One major issue I had with the city mini is that the wheels would get stuck if I did not hit a curb ramp straight on (unless it was very low). I had no problems with the BOB and the BOB could go up any curb ramp at any angle.
The basket underneath are about the same size.Read more ›
In closing, I love this so much that I would, indeed, marry it.
If I have one teensy tiny complaint, it's that it's really only good on pavement/sidewalks. . .don't try and take it on even a dirt bike path. We're looking for a deal on their joggers for this very reason so that we can have both, haha!
After a failed experience with the equally compact and chic Quinny Zapp, I gave up and went looking for something that was still compact and easy to use but also had great features and quality.
Enter the City Mini. I could walk ALL day with this thing, and our little boy loves it! We bring the Ergo carrier for babywearing and between the two we could be out for hours on end.
a. This thing folds up SO easy. It's almost ridiculous. It goes from big stroller to a stroller taco in one swoop, you don't even have to think about it. 'Pull handle to fold'. Done. Throw in car. It folds up relatively small too! Unfolding is equally as simple. Pull the handle and it pops out like a page in a pop up book!
b. You can push and turn this thing on a dime with ONE FINGER. I cannot tell you how clean and easy it is to maneuver this stroller.
c. The basket underneath has plenty of room in my opinion! I've stuffed a LOT of crap in there, and I'm a pack rat when it comes to going out for the day with our 5 month old.
d. The seat reclines almost flat. Beautiful :)
e. Did I say you can recline the seat almost flat?
f. The canopy on this stroller is INCREDIBLE. Every other stroller we have tried required a blanket over the front to truly block out sun. This canopy is LARGE and makes a perfect, sun-free, cozy little room for your little one when the need arises.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I do ALOT of traveling and this stroller can take a beating and still keeps on trucking along. I do have to mention that the front wheel does have a bit of issues after using it... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Michael J Baron
Lightweight and compact, perfect for active parents to bring along anywhere. Easy folding mechanism makes this stroller a no-brainer. Highly recommend it!Published on February 24, 2013 by R. Mattei
This handles well and has an easy one-handed fold, but a few features are lacking. Most importantly, there is little room in the basket underneath to hold things. Read morePublished on October 23, 2012 by Surya
After trying out multiple strollers in the store that advertised a one-handed fold feature, this is the only one we found that truly us one handed. Read morePublished on October 5, 2012 by Feeni
This was purchased as a gift for my granddughter. At one year old, she's not ready to comment but her parents are really happy with it! Read morePublished on June 8, 2012 by Jerome I. Shagam
There has been lots written about this stroller, I want to chime in as someone who has been using this for 4 years. Read morePublished on June 6, 2012 by Beccaboney
We bought this stroller for our 3 year old special needs/disabled daughter. She had a medical condition that affects her ability to walk for long periods of time or for a long... Read morePublished on May 21, 2012 by MamaAmick
I've owned this stroller for about a year and a half now. We got the new 2011 model in Nov 2010 when my son was born. Read morePublished on May 14, 2012 by M. Cole
The ONLY reason this got 3 stars from me is because I picked it up at Babies R Us for $149 today. Otherwise, for $200+ there is NO WAY this would get a 3 star rating. Read morePublished on March 28, 2012 by Andrea