Joovy Zoom 360 Swivel Wheel Jogging Stroller, Blue (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- Quick fold design
- Aluminum frame with shock absorbing suspension
- Extra wide reclining seat, oversized sun canopy
- One step link parking brake, large storage basket
- Includes parent organizer, running leash, tire pump
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From the Manufacturer
- Extra wide seat with mesh pockets for toys, gear, etc. 5-point harness with reflective stitching
- Multi-position reclining seat with extra high ride height
- Includes a neoprene parent organizer that holds 2 cups and has a zippered storage container
- Swivel front wheel also locks straight
- Shock absorbing suspension
- Huge canopy with covered window & sun visor
- Super compact fold
Run, Run, Run
Runs in the family
The Joovy Zoom360 includes all of the high end features you would expect in a Joovy jogger. This versatile jogger is great for everyday use and excellent for any type of terrain. The swivel wheel can lock in a straight position providing a long, stable wheelbase for running or walking on long, straight paths.
Made from 6061 aircraft grade aluminum and 600D fabric the Zoom360 is ready for tough duty. The Zoom360 is very smooth and easy to use and is as sturdy, fast, & flexible as high-end, more expensive jogging strollers. It is also attractive, durable, and wonderfully convenient to fold up and re-open. It folds rather compactly - even without removing any of the wheels or parts.
Among the other primary reasons parents love this stroller is its higher weight capacity. The Zoom360 can carry a child up to 75 pounds very comfortably.
The suspension, with 3-inch travel, smooths out the bumps and provides a comfortable ride for your little one while Joovy's signature oversized canopy provides the best sun protection available. You also get a neoprene parent organizer that holds 2 cups and has a zippered container. With plenty of storage in the easy access storage basket and mesh pockets, you can bring along all of your necessities.
The Zoom360's swivel front wheel allows for maximum maneuverability.
Consider the Zoom360 If You:
● Are looking for an all around jogging stroller for all terrains
● Need a stroller that has high end features without breaking the bank
● Want a stroller that will last until your child reaches 75 lbs
● Like the option of a swivel wheel that can lock in-line for faster running
● You need substantial storage while jogging
● Want a stroller with pneumatic (air-filled) tires
● Prefer a compact, quick fold for storing
Car Seat Compatible (Adapter Sold Separately)
Optional car seat adapter will keep your child safe in their car seat for the ride.
Makes jogging smooth on any surface.
Included Parent Organizer
Neoprene organizer to hold your small accessories and two drinks.
Oversized canopy provides the best sun protection. Mesh ventilation for your child.
|Stroller Weight||26.8 lbs|
|Dimensions (Folded)||18" H x 26" W x 36.5" D|
|Dimensions (Standing)||45" H x 25" W x 50" D|
|Minimum Child Age||3 Months|
|Maximum Child Weight||75 lbs|
|Seatback Height (Seat to Canopy)||20"|
Top Customer Reviews
|Length: 6:45 Mins|
I am torn about the review for this item, because other than the length, it is a great stroller. i wish there was some way to adjust the canopy to come out at a higher angle, to buy me some more time with it.....
In many regards, they're about equal. Neither has an adjustable handle, both drive beautifully, each has 16-inch rear and 12-inch air-filled tires, each seat reclines, and each has a great sun canopy.
The Joovy offers the following pros:
Larger, more accessible basket underneath. the BabyJogger's is almost inaccessible
Larger peek-through window on the canopy
Pockets in the seating area for a bottle, kid's toys, etc
Much better price
The Baby Jogger offered these advantages:
front suspension (Joovy has only rear, as did Bob) - front suspension is nice when you have the front wheel locked for running - you have to lift up the front to turn it many times, and dropping it back down is much more comfortable for the little one when there's a spring up there
Seat recline mechanism is really well-thought-out and easy to use. the Joovy (and Bob) require more struggling to adjust
hand-brake - this is a minor thing for us, since neither of us do much running in hilly areas where it could get away from us on a downhill, but only the BabyJogger has it
More comfortable straps, complete with pads over the shoulders - Joovy didn't have these
All in all, if I stopped the analysis here, I would prefer the Joovy, for two main reasons: the large basket underneath is such a functional advantage, and the cost savings is significant. Most of the other advantages of the Baby Jogger aren't worth the extra cost.Read more ›
|Length: 6:45 Mins|
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs." Are you kidding me amazon, it's a jogging stroller!
The package arrived, the jogging stroller was perfect. Easy to assemble. We did have to hunt for the instructions which were in the lower cargo area of the stroller which was sandwiched inside the folded stroller. The pump is also velcroed in the bottom of the cargo area.
The thing rolls like a dream, is the perfect height for me at 5'10". I anxiously awaited for my toddler to awake from his sleep so we could set him in it and go for a ride.
When he awoke I put him in it and his head practically touched the ceiling of the unit. GRRR. I was so looking forward to this working. He's only 32 inches tall and for his age of 19 months, he's in the 50th percentile for height. There is no adjustment to lower the seat. Well seeing how we could probably use this for maybe one month, it's a no brainer to send it back.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Cons: After moderate use, the rear wheels bend and the front wheel no longer tracks straight causing the whole stroller to oscillate, rendering it useless for running. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Amazon Customer
Easy to push, big basket, child leans back - not sitting up straight....Published 21 days ago by J. Brown
We bought this stroller to replace a Maclaren that was lost by an airline. We chose this one because we have a 3 1/2 y/o daughter with autism and we know that we'll be needing a... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Juleslynn79
If you are a serious jogger and need things like handbrakes, this isn't that stroller. If you need a good all terrain, goes everywhere, very packable stroller for less than an arm... Read morePublished 2 months ago by jacob henning
It look nice but it has been so frustrating dealing with the massive shaking that occurs routinely. The front wheel even fell off with my child in it while running, with potential... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Patrick G. Grimsley
Our son is 6 years old with down syndrome and severe autism and weighs 52lbs.+ and is tall for his age. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jennifer Moore
The front wheel of these strollers fall off while in use. It happened to me, as well as another mom I know. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Rachel Williamson
This is the best stroller! It pushes so well. And my 6'4" husband can actually run with his long stride behind it without kicking it as there is no rear axil in the way. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Carrie c Eckstein
I love how tall this sits, my son seems to enjoy it too. I was looking for something that fit my tall toddler better and this did the trick. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Samantha