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Baby Jogger Summit 360 Single Jogging Stroller, Red Black


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  • Baby jogger patented quick fold technology
  • Accessory mounting bracket makes accessorizing your stroller a snap
  • All wheel independent suspension offers the smoothest ride in the market
  • 16" rear and 12" front quick release pneumatic tires with lockable swivel front wheel
  • Padded reclining seat with vented seat top and retractable weather cover
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Technical Details
Item Weight23 pounds
Product Dimensions36 x 25.5 x 40 inches
UPC745146696334
Item model number69633
  
Additional Information
ASINB001IDK0BW
Best Sellers Rank #203,149 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight30.3 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  
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No boundaries no limits go anywhere with the Summit Single Stroller With a front and wheels in the rear these tires will give the most comfortable ride The wheels are perfect for walking on grass trails or sidewalks and the wheels are ideal for handling snow and sand yet small enough to fit into small places

From the Manufacturer

The Summit 360 is the solution for parents looking for a multi functional stroller that provides exceptional performance in both urban landscapes and off the beaten path. With the flip of a switch, the Summit's front wheel releases to swivel mode for precise maneuverability in crowded areas or locks in place for a run or power walk. The Summit's one of a kind all wheel independent suspension promises a smooth comfortable ride for you and your baby. Its patented quick fold technology allows you to take this stroller and jogger hybrid virtually anywhere.

Customer Reviews

Super smooth ride and easy to handle.
L. Hawley
This causes the stroller to pull to the left when jogging.
CLARE'S MOMMY
It is extremely well made of high quality materials.
GL

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By GL on November 2, 2009
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The original stroller purchased from Amazon.com suffered the same issue as reviewed previously - a strong pull (in our case, to the left). The pull occurred whether the front wheel was locked or not, and was extremely annoying even while walking on paved surfaces.

Wheel Alignment 101:

The issue is most definitely NOT caused by the front wheel itself, but rather a manufacturing defect in the frame of the stroller. The front wheel pin attaches to a bracket that is welded to the frame. This bracket was welded out of square, causing the pin to angle (substantially) to the right of the stroller. The pin is unfortunately not adjustable, and this angle is transferred to the front wheel, causing it to push left while rolling. Just like on a car, a cambered wheel will always cause a pull.

Now the good news:

I contacted BabyJogger and described the problem, and emailed them pictures of the disassembled stroller to explain what I thought was the cause. The problem wasn't news to them, but it sounded like my suggestion to look at the wheel pin was. They sent me a complete replacement the next week after verifying that the front pin was square to the frame on the new stroller. The new stroller now rolls straight and true.

There is still a small amount of turning play in the front wheel when locked. This is necessary because it allows you to make small adjustments in the tracking of the stroller while running. The important thing is that it does not PULL, which is caused by camber NOT a wobbling wheel. Wheels that wobble slightly or are out of balance just cause vibration at high speeds. And trust me... you don't run that fast.

Taking all of this into context, we really do love this stroller.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By L. Hawley on April 4, 2009
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This is an awesome stroller. Super smooth ride and easy to handle. It was one of the few that I found that actually does hold an older, taller child. Although there are other jogging strollers that say they will hold up to 75 lbs, they may not have enough height clearance for a bigger child. My daughter is 4 1/2 and still enjoys going in the stroller on long walks and she will actually fit in this one. Her head pressed against the canopy in the BOB strollers. I would definitely recommend this stroller- you will be able to use it a long time!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By R. Cates on February 1, 2010
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We researched both the BOB and this stroller before purchasing the Baby Jogger. The decision was made based on some test driving - we felt like it was too easy to push on the handle of the BOB and make the whole stroller tip backward. The Baby Jogger seems to ride the same - smooth and controlled - and we liked that the area where the child's feet go is plastic instead of cloth. It's easier to fold up and switch the front wheel from straight to swivel. We do wish more accessories came with the stroller like the child tray, parents cup holder and the carrier attachment (the stroller is $[...] after all, shouldn't it come with a couple of perks?) but we bought them separately anyway and are loving the product overall. Update 08May10: We loved this stroller until the rear tire blew out. It has been impossible to fix so far. The gentleman at the bike shop cannot get the tire back over the wheel frame and says that it's an unusually tight relationship to the wheel, making it impossible for him to repair or replace with another 16 inch tire. In trying to figure out why the tire blew in the first place, it turns out the Baby Jogger website recommends pumping the tires to only 20 psi even though the manual says to pump them to the amount listed on the tire (which is 40 psi). We haven't even jogged with this stroller a whole lot, just taken it on walks and to parks. I will be contacting Baby Jogger customer service for a replacement wheel and ranting about the poor design of the tire/wheel fit. If they won't replace the wheel for free, I am returning the entire thing and ordering a BOB. I'll update this review when the ordeal is resolved.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Anonymous on August 30, 2009
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This is a great stroller! I use it for walking, and go 5-10 miles a day, and it is perfect for that! The seat is comfortable for my son, who has often fallen asleep on our walks. There is ample headroom, so both of my tall preschoolers can sit comfortably if they need to ride for a while. The Baby Jogger is the only stroller that fits my tall 5.5yo.

If you are a serious jogger, get a jogging stroller with a fixed wheel. This is not a stroller for the serious jogger. This is excellent for all-terrain walking, long distance walking, and city walking. The single hand fold is so easy, just grab the strap and pull, and the stroller is folded! So easy!

I thought I would be annoyed that the handle bar doesn't adjust, but it really isn't a problem. I am short and the handle works fine for me.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dana R on September 12, 2010
I have the 2010 model and I've used it for 6 months with the car seat adapter for the first 4 months. I decided on the baby jogger b/c of the swivel/lock wheel option and the hand break, other models did not have both these options available when I bought it. I also wanted the taller canopy. I loved this stroller at first and it does have a smooth ride, but now that my daughter is 6 months and I'm running more with it (20-30 km a week), I have noticed a few annoying issues. I'm still happy with the stroller and wouldn't return it, but here are some things to think about when comparing strollers.

1) I have had problems with the back wheels bouncing and wobbling at higher speeds (rollerblading). I took the wheels off and put them back on again and it seemed to help but then the problem came back. BTW the wheels are really easy to take on and off.
2) The folding latch was added to this model and it is necessary, otherwise the stroller opens when you lift it up to put it in the car. However, it only works if you fold up the stroller perfectly with all fabric tucked inside and nothing in the pockets, even then the latch hardly reaches. I often can't even use it.
3) I find the accessories to be over priced (50$ parent console!, just buy the jolly jumper one for 20$) and the soft pram is useless and unsafe (the harness doesn't go through it and the baby can slide down), someone gave it to me and I'm glad I didn't spend money on it. I also think the back support should be included with the stroller. The stroller is very reasonably priced so I'm assuming this is where they are making their money.
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