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InStep Grand Safari Swivel Wheel Jogger

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Gray/Yellow
  • 12" front / 16" rear pneumatic tires with molded rims provide performance and style - front swivel includes remote lock out
  • Molded parent tray with two cup holders adds convenience
  • Dual trigger folding mechanism offers uncompromising safety, Rubberized, adjustable handle is comfortable and slip resistant
  • Pivoting, molded child tray with two cup holders, Exposed spring suspension delivers a smooth ride
  • Built-in MP3 speaker keeps child entertained, Faux lambskin seat pad adds warmth and comfort
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Product Description

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The Instep Grand Safari Swivel Wheel Single Jogging Stroller features 12-inch front and 16-inch rear pneumatic tires with molded rims for durability and performance. The dual trigger folding mechanism offers uncompromising safety and our rubberized, adjustable handle is comfortable and slip resistant.



A dual trigger folding mechanism makes folding the jogger for transport easy and safe.
Specifications:
  • 12-inch front, 16-inch rear pneumatic tires with molded rims provide performance and style
  • Front swivel wheel includes remote lock out
  • Molded parent tray with two cup holders adds convenience
  • Dual trigger folding mechanism offers uncompromising safety
  • Rubberized, adjustable handle is comfortable and slip resistant
  • Pivoting, molded child tray with two cup holders
  • Exposed spring suspension delivers a smooth ride
  • Built-in MP3 speaker keeps child entertained
  • Faux lambskin seat pad adds warmth and comfort
  • Stroller is compatible with many infant car seats
  • Weight: 33.08 pounds

Instep's Stance on Safety Instep is a proud member of the JPMA organization and choose to have our strollers tested by an independent testing laboratory to the specific ASTM standard to ensure each and every stroller is safe. Instep recommends that a child be at least 6 months of age before putting him/her in any stroller. Bike trailers are not for use with children under the age of 12 months or one year. Children must be able to support the weight of their heads so they can support the weight of a helmet, which is always recommended for use while a child is riding in a trailer.

Product Description

Tan and Pink Swivel Wheel Single Jogging Strollermolded child tray with two cup holdersRubberized handle grip is comfortable and slip resistantDual trigger folding mechanism offers uncompromising safetyExposed spring suspension delivers a smooth rideMolded parent tray wit two cup holders adds convenienceLength 49"Height 43.75"Width 23"Assembly Required Light AssemblyInner Dimensions 49 x 23 x 43.75Other Dimensions 22.75 x 24.5 x 25 foldedColor Gray and Yellow

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 32 x 20 x 15 inches ; 39 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 25 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002QDX9ZM
  • Item model number: 11-AR
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (101 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,238 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Love that front wheel swivels and locks.
kconley
It is very easy to push and my son gets a smooth ride so that he can sleep in the stroller.
FrequentFlyer
Overall great stroller and I highly recommend it.
katieclark625

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

151 of 154 people found the following review helpful By Jenny on May 21, 2010
I already have a travel system stroller, which I love, but needed something to actually go running with. I also know that I want to have more than one child, so I didn't want to spend a ton on a jogging stroller when I knew I'd need to upgrade to a double someday. This stroller met many of my requirements, works great and best of all is a great price.
I have had the stroller about 3 months and go running on average 10 miles a week. Here are my pros/cons:
Pros:
-Great price
-sun shade moves all the way forward and back so no matter what direction you're facing, the child's face is always shaded
-Handle bar is adjustable, great for my husband who is taller
-front wheel has remote swivel lock so you don't have to go to the front to actually lock it, just press the button while it's moving and you can lock/unlock
-has a child tray
-mp3 mini speaker for child (I don't really use this though because my child doesn't listen to my audio books)
-smooth ride (nice big air tires and springs) and easy steering
-has a wrist strap (good for if you don't want the stroller to get ahead of you going down hills)
-The wheels come off and on super easy for storage
-child seat reclines
Cons:
-the handle bar is plastic, so when your hands start sweating it becomes obnoxious to grip. I solved this by buying a foam, zipper on handle from stroll-air
-the mp3 speaker cord is not very long, so if you have to move the sun shade all the way forward, chances are you won't be able to leave your mp3 player in the cup holder to reach the speaker (but it comes out of it's little pocket on the sunshade, so you could just put it in the cup holder as well)
-the manual says most infant car seats will fit.
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87 of 99 people found the following review helpful By R. Hubbard on June 8, 2011
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I have used this stroller for 6 months now, 2-4 times a week on average I'd say. I loved the value of it - in terms of the features it has for the cost. It came down to getting this or a Bob... which is a LOT more money, and I'm frugal and a SAHM on a budget, so I went with the Grand Safari. I bragged to all my friends about how silly Bob's are to not even come with cup holders! Haha, joke's on me!

While out on a 4-miler yesterday, the front wheel came clear off. Just... popped off. LUCKILY I had slowed down to a walk as I was going around a 90-degree corner downtown. I was planning on popping into the library really quickly, so I was going to go into swivel mode. I had just flipped it to swivel mode from locked (as I was WALKING)... and then the thing lurched. I looked down to see that the wheel and the metal U-shaped thing that holds it were all bent at a funny angle. I just thank God this didn't happen while I was at full speed. We both would have crashed... badly.

I had to do my best to reattach the wheel so that we could walk home. I had to cut my run short, this happened 2 miles in. As I walked home, the fact that I nearly crashed set in, and I decided that I was NOT using this stroller again no matter what. It just did not feel safe anymore and I did NOT trust it. Also, even just walking home, it didn't push quite right anymore. Something had gotten bent/broken on it when the wheel came off.

Now, I need to say that I've been training for competitive races for 3 years now. I've been running with a jogging stroller of some kind for a year. I've used THIS model for 6 months. I'm not an idiot. I know HOW to run with a jogger. I check the air pressure on all tires every other run.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Abigail Bell on June 30, 2010
Color Name: Gray/Yellow Verified Purchase
Awesome product! The movable shade is what sets this stroller apart from others for me. Handles great and keeps baby safe. Is a bit bulky for loading up in a car and storage but that seems to be a general thing about jogging strollers. I've had NO trouble with the wheels getting wobbly or brakes being twitchy on this stroller, those are problems I've heard other strollers having. Also, I just love the color :)

UPDATE 2013: Almost 3 years and this stroller is still going strong. I now use it for my second little one. The wheels still function great with no wobbles. It can be a pain to get air into the front tire; The bulky plastic makes it impossible to fit a regular air pump nozzle onto the little air spout. I have to use my brothers air compressor whenever I need air in that front tire. The only other complaint I have is the harness straps are a bit short, although my first daughter is very tall (98th percentile), so that is also something to consider. All in all though, a great stroller. I've used it a lot over the last few years, at the park, around the neighborhood, on vacations, and it hasn't failed me yet.

PROS:
Great price
Durable
Moveable sunshade (this really is the best)

CONS:
Hassle to get air into the front tire
Harness straps are a little short
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Reformer on April 26, 2011
The price for this stroller is at the lower end, so I expected to have some inconveniences. But there are a couple that need to be addressed by the company. Like another reviewer, I tried to inflate the tires the normal way, and ended up walking half a mile to a gas station, spending 75 cents to use the air hose, and there was no way to access the valve for the front tire. Walked another half a mile to a hardware store to hopefully borrow a smaller hand or foot pump, but none would fit within the open area of the front wheel to engage the valve. I was finally able to inflate the two back tires, and just left the front one flat. I've been looking all over the internet for an adapter or a small pump that might have a short enough valve that would connect to the front tire valve. But so far, to no avail. If anyone has any suggestions, please let me know. Meanwhile, InStep should at least get a clue and ship the front tire already inflated or ship it with a valve adapter.
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