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Jeep Cherokee Sport Stroller, React

by Jeep
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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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Technical Details
Item Weight12.4 pounds
Product Dimensions32 x 18 x 39.5 inches
UPC031878029336
Item model numberJL029-XRT1
Target genderUnisex
Minimum weight recommendation5 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation50 Pounds
Number of items1
  
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ASINB004HO5866
Best Sellers Rank #18,502 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight14.1 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  
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Product Description

Product Description

An ideal stroller for the active parent and baby who is always on the go. This rugged and compact stroller features Free Stand and one hand fold, all terrain wheels, snack tray and cargo bags for storage. Go anywhere and everywhere with this portable and easy to fold stroller. JPMA Certified.

From the Manufacturer

An ideal stroller for the active parent and baby who is always on the go. This rugged and compact stroller features Free-Stand and one-hand fold, all terrain wheels, snack tray and cargo bags for storage. Go anywhere and everywhere with this portable and easy to fold stroller. JPMA Certified.


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Customer Reviews

Very light weight and easy to fold.
Lisa H
This Jeep stroller is lightweight, folds up very easily and leaves a lot of space in my trunk.
H. Le
Love the cup holders for parents and tray for baby.
Krista Carter

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62 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Jaxelyn on November 3, 2011
My original review was not so good. Here is what I first said: I have had this stroller since my son was a year old, and at the time weighed 25 lbs or so. Even then it was hard to steer but manageable, but now that he is 2.5 yrs old and 38 lbs, it is nearly impossible to steer this stroller! I have a friend who has this stroller and loves it, but her son is very petite. My son is stocky like a football player, and I would never recommend the stroller for stocky babies! Now I am finding myself shopping for yet another stroller, which I didn't expect to do in the toddler years. :-

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!
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37 of 44 people found the following review helpful By W. G. Powell on December 16, 2012
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We have gone through several Strollers as we travel a Lot, the reason we kill our strollers is that we want strollers that are light, easy to fold and small. Our Jeep stroller died on our last day in Paris and remains in the city. We had the stroller for about a year and it traveled extensively throughout, Russia (poor streets and roads), Europe (on cobble stone streets!), New Zealand, Australia and the United States.

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.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By kimby on July 2, 2014
After reading several reviews I can hardly believe that we own the same stroller! This was purchased for me as a Christmas gift when my previous stroller was stolen. I have only used it 3x since. I HATE IT! It has sat in the garage ever since. I bought a used stroller online to use instead. We walk daily and this thing was miserable to push. My son barely weighs 20 lbs. Every time we hit a bump in the sidewalk I nearly launched my son out of the stroller! The wheels only roll easily if on a perfectly smooth surface. I am 5'7" which means the handle is a bit low. Normally I don't mind much, but because it was so difficult for me to push, I found myself hunched over trying to get where I needed to go. I am not talking about pushing it on grass or gravel surfaces (although my old stroller does this nicely); i wouldn't even consider trying that with this stroller! This stroller was extremely difficult just on my neighborhood sidewalks. These aren't perfectly level sidewalks, as it's an old neighborhood with tree roots buckling the sidewalk, but seriously, shouldn't a stroller work on more than just a smooth surface? It handles so badly that I found myself walking in the street instead of the sidewalk so that I didn't rattle my poor child's teeth out.

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.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By K. J. Mitchell on August 25, 2013
Don't buy the $20 umbrella strollers - this is well worth the extra $30! I picked this up after fighting with a cheap umbrella stroller for hours while wandering around Seattle. While we have a nice big stroller (City select), it's too big and bulky for a lot of trips, especially if you need to fold the stroller to take it on the train, bus, etc. I have 2 kids and generally carry one in an Ergo carrier, and one goes in the stroller.

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.
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