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Hauck FreeRider Stroller, Black

by Hauck

List Price: $399.00
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  • FreeRider can be used as a single or double stroller
  • Comes with a Universal car seat adaptor
  • Both seats recline
  • Extra large canopy
  • One year warranty
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Product Information

Color: Black
Technical Details
Item Weight29 pounds
Product Dimensions44 x 24 x 44 inches
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Item model number513033
Minimum weight recommendation5 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation40 Pounds
Number of items1
Batteries requiredNo
OrientationForward Facing
Wheel typeSwivel Wheel
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Color: Black

Go on and take a FreeRide. Exceptional value and quality the Free Rider will grow with your family. The new Hauck FreeRider comes complete with the stroller, universal car seat adaptor and the extra rear second seat. 2012 Product Features Light weight steel frame construction, soft adjustable handle 7 positions and removable front bar. Five point safety harness with shoulder cushion, adjustable footrest, exceptionally smooth wheels. Single swivel front wheel with forward facing lock option, single step rear wheel break system. Large shopping basket .

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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Karen in Mommyland VINE VOICE on September 27, 2012
Color Name: Red and Black Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
I really wanted to like this stroller, but I suppose it just wasn't meant to be. I like so many of the great features this stroller offers but using many of these features is cumbersome at best.

Assembly for this stroller wasn't bad. It took me about ten minutes to snap it all together. No tools are required so that's a plus. If you are familiar with the pictogram instruction manuals from Ikea, then you'll feel right at home with the instruction manual for this stroller. I wasn't impressed with their pictogram instruction, especially since it failed to tell you how to use the universal car seat adaptor that is included with the stroller. I had to figure out how to attach that by trial and error. Maybe it's just me, but something that has the important job of holding your infant should have some clear instructions on how to use it.

The "lightweight steel frame" for this stroller is HEAVY. I was shocked at the weight of this stroller. It's not something I would want to be lifting in and out of my van on a regular basis. I thought the Britax B-Agile double was a bit weighty for a light weight double, but next to this behemoth, the B-Agile seems like a feather weight.

Folding this stroller is cumbersome. You need two hands to press the releases to fold it, and because of the stroller's weight I felt like I was getting pulled down with the stroller as it folded. The stroller doesn't self latch when it folds up, so you'll have to manually latch it with a latch the likes of which I haven't seen on a stroller since the old Graco strollers from 11-14 years ago. Between the massive weight and ancient style latch, I felt like I was time traveling.

I do like the upholstery for the stroller. It's very nice. The seats are also nicely padded.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Herdis A. on February 7, 2013
Color Name: Red and Black
I've had this stroller now for about 6 months and I love it! I think it is great quality at a great price.

The instructions were a little hard to read (the pictures) but we figured it out and you only have to assemble it ones.

The material is great quality and very well made.

To the other reviews that complain about it's weight and that it does not fold together as thin as they would like it to, it is a double stroller. I don't think the Phil and Ted or the double Bob's would be any different from it. I know I could not fit a double Bob in my trunk. I have this stroller as my at home stroller and have a more compact one for my car, but it will fit into my car if I do decide to take it with me. To fold it with the car seat adapter and the 2nd seat you need to remove those items, but that is not a big problem. Once that is done it is pretty compact (we have it sitting in a corner in our living room).

When I was looking for a double stroller I had 3 main requirements. I needed it to be a tandem stroller, I needed it to be tall enough since I am 6 feet tall and I wanted to be able to go running with it. All of these are meet by it.

This stroller has height adjustable handles and adjust to a position that fits me and my husband comfortably. I tried the Phil and Ted's with the height adjustable handles and they did not extend high enough. The handle itself seems a little "loose" (like one other review said). There seems to be some play in it, but it still is very stable and safe with it and it's holding up great!

When this stroller is in use with the 2nd seat adapter and the car seat adapter the front seat has to be fully reclined, which takes a little bit from the 2nd seat space, but my +2 year old does not seem to mind.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By LucaR on November 8, 2013
Color Name: Black
For being an inexpensive inline double jogging stroller, it's a great product. It is lightweight despite what another mom had to say. I'm used to lugging around a 25 lb toddler, so lifting the stroller into the back of my car was a piece of cake. It fits nicely into the trunk of my Altima with ample room to spare. We took a road trip with it and had room in the trunk for the stroller and all our luggage. I really appreciate the engineering behind the buttons to take the wheels off, second seat off, adjust handle angle, etc instead of forcing tiny metal spring buttons back inside the latches to disassemble the stroller. Very easy on your fingers! I also have no problem pushing it one-handed in a straight line with the front wheel unlocked, which is great when you have a coffee or dog leash in your other hand.

But, there are a few quirks that drove me nuts at first. There's a play in the handle that is a little unsettling at first. After a few walks, I'm completely used to it and don't even notice it anymore. The wheels look and feel like a very cheap plastic with a rubber-like quality to them where they touch the ground. It's so soft that little pieces of gravel imbed themselves into the wheel. I haven't used it long enough yet to determine if this is destroying the wheel or not, but if it is, I bought a pack of extra wide heavy duty rubber bands to wrap around the wheel to act as a barrier, just in case. I do wish this stroller came with a snack tray and parent cup holder, but that can be fixed with a few add ons. I do not like the wheel locking feature because it causes the stroller to pull to whichever side your road or sidewalk surface is canted toward, so I just don't use it.

For the price, I'm willing to work with its flaws.
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