Jeep Cherokee Sport Stroller, React (Older Version) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Convenient free-stand and super easy 1-hand fold gives parents a free hand
- Lightweight and compact frame for easy travel
- Makes for extra convenience
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I am updating my review now to explain that the rep contacted me and suggested that I had a defective stroller. She sent me a new one at no charge, and it did indeed steer nice and smoothly, and we still use it now that my son is 3.5 yrs old and 43 lbs. It's comfortable and convenient and serves us much better than an umbrella stroller. Awesome customer service!
It probably went in 50 planes and covered hundreds of thousands of miles. We are pretty adventurous and probably walk anywhere between 5 and 15 miles a day. The stroller handled it all including snow, cobble stones, buses, trains and planes. The cobble stones were finally the strollers undoing but it lasted until the last day of our Europe adventure.
Our child is now 4 and we often loaded the stroller up with him and many shopping bags. By the time we left it in Paris there was NO tread left on any of the wheels.
So we have just received our new one. Hope it lasts as well.
Another major issue was the seat. It won't sit up straight. Under the fabric there are two solid support pieces but the two piecesvare not connected, onky the fabric is holding them together, so they flop around and don't provide any solid support. It really seems like thae bavk should be one solid piece. The piece that you adjust to make it sit up verses recline is under the top piece, so while that stays upright, the bottom piece still flops back so it's at a wierd angle that makes it hard to sit up straight with seat support.Read more ›
Fold is pretty compact - not as small as an umbrella stroller, but it fits readily in the rear footwell of my Civic, and is easy to carry on to public transit. It is smaller than my Baby Trend Snap n' Go - narrower, and shorter when folded. I can fold it easily even with my Ergo tucked in the storage basket.
Really does fold easily with one hand, although then you have to bend down to lock it.
Nicely lightweight, easy to pick up with one hand.
Recline is ok, but a flatter recline would be better. It's great for my 2yo, ok for my 7mo. I would not use it for a baby under 6 mos, because it just doesn't recline enough, and only has a 3 point harness.
The canopy is adequate, much better than the umbrella stroller, but not as nice as a bigger stroller. However, there's a viewing window in the top of the canopy that doesn't have a cover to it, so the sun still can hit the top of your kid's head. I drape a muslin blanket over to cover the window and extend the shade area a bit.
The storage is quite generous for the stroller size and is easy to access. I had no problem tossing my diaper bag down below.
Steering is pretty good, and it handles moderately rough terrain very well. I like the single handlebar vs the 2 handles.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
4 years later and this baby is still my favorite small stroller. I'll be sad to see it leave now that my youngest is moving out of strollers. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lanae
Difficult to collapse. Seat is basically cardboard.
Lasted three months
first it was Great! It's a light stroller, esay to move and fold. But it broke up after 6 months of using it (and i didn't use it every day)Published 3 months ago by Len
Great Stroller, medium to light wieght, Very sturdy and build quality is very good too. We have used it for 3 years and still going strong.Published 3 months ago by D. Rawat
Strong make and easy to use. I sent this to my sister 2 years before and she is using this still.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer