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Baby Trend Expedition Double Jogging Stroller, Skylar (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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4.2 out of 5 stars 115 customer reviews
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About the Product
  • Front swivel wheel
  • Quick release tires for storage and travel
  • Pneumatic bicycle tires
  • Ratcheting shade canopy
  • Parent organizer with two cup holders
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Product Description

Product Description

The Baby Trend Expedition Double Jogging Strolle is famous for its luxurious ride, durability and all-terrain versatility! Whether it's a trip to the shopping mall, the boardwalk or gravel trail, the Expedition Double Jogger in the attractive Vision style takes you there with comfort and ease. A lockable front swivel wheel makes a light jog easy, or let the Expedition swivel and be your everyday, all-use stroller! Nothing takes on varied indoor and outdoor situations like its large 12" and 16" air filled tires. Great for busy families on the go!

From the Manufacturer

Skylar Expedition Double Jogging Stroller with front swivel wheel is made for two children. This has 5 point harnesses, multi position reclining seats and an over sized fender. There are three quick release pneumatic wheels, a parent tray with two cup holders, and the stroller is quick and easy to fold.

Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight30 pounds
Product Dimensions54 x 33 x 42 inches
Item model numberDJ96045
Minimum weight recommendation22 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation40 Pounds
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #59,339 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight39 pounds
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

We bought this to use for power walks around the neighborhood and to take it onto hard-packed hiking trails. It has far exceeded my expectations. We may use it to replace the regular double stroller we keep in the back of the minivan.

Also, I don't have the problem with the wobbly front wheel some have complained about (read the tip below).

- Extremely smooth operation
- Kids LOVE to ride in it -- especially when I run over bumps!
- Seats seem very comfortable
- Seats are adjustable from a slight recline to full recline by adjusting a pull strap (very easy to adjust), so kids can take a nap if needed
- Each seat has a mesh side pocket for snacks, etc.
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I bought this stroller about six months ago when my two toddlers (now 2 and 3.5) outgrew the lightweight Peg Perego double we had been using. It was easily less than half the price of other high-end double jogging strollers.

My favorite thing about it is that it's SO easy to push, even with one hand and 70 pounds of kids inside. The large wheels run very smoothly. I've pushed both kids around for 10 hours at a time at Disneyland without any issues on my end.

It is a MUST to have the lock/unlock front wheel feature--there are times when you need to use one or the other. In general, I think the faster you push or the more unbalanced the two kids are in weight, the more you will need to lock the front wheel. Fantastic storage on three levels (upper, middle, lower) and I appreciate the two cup holders. The fact that the canopy can swivel all the way from top to bottom (unlike our Peg Perego's) is also a huge plus.

There are two reasons I'm giving it 4 stars instead of 5:
1. I do not like having a stroller or carseat that has a covering which cannot be removed and washed in the washing machine. With two kids in this stroller every time it's used, it gets messy to the point where wiping it with a sponge is completely useless.
2. The wheel-to-wheel width seems to be just about 1/2 to 1 inch wider than a standard retail door frame. I've had to bypass certain stores simply because I couldn't get the stroller inside the door! If it was slightly less wide (like the width of a wheelchair?), it would be perfect.

All in all, this is our fourth stroller purchase (single or double) and it's right up there with our expensive Bugaboo Frog in terms of ease of use. We love it.
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I looked at all kinds of double strollers in the mid-range for price, both tandem and side-by-side style, and we finally decided on this particular one based on reviews and apparent functionality. We have not been disappointed! This stroller took me about 20 minutes to put the wheels on correctly and screw in the cupholder and fender (and that's probably only because I'm 8 1/2 months pregnant and had a 2 year old "helping" me), and when I popped it open and started checking everything out I was very impressed (oh, and the colors are really pretty too):

* Individually adjustable, padded seats which are great if you have an older child and an infant (yes, in the full upright position the seats are a little bit reclined, but they are padded and my 2 year old daughter seems really comfortable). In the fully reclined position she's a little tall (she's in the 75% for height so she's about 36" tall), but she seems to have plenty of room on the sides and lengthwise in a more upright position.

* Canopy shade tilts from a regular position all the way to in front of the children so you can always keep at least their faces in the shade (also has a peek-through window in case you need to check on anything without stopping and coming around to the front of the stroller)

* There is a tiny speaker with an mp3 jack built into the right side of the canopy, so you can plug your ipod in and jam to some tunes while you stroll - my daughter loves to listen to Steve Martin's "King Tut" on rides now!

* The parent tray has 2 cupholders AND a covered compartment so if you do use the stroller to run a lot you can store your keys, phone, etc.
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