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InStep Safari Swivel Jogger

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  • Dual trigger folding mechanism offers uncompromised safety
  • 12" front & 16" rear pneumatic air tires and molded rims provide performance
  • Molded, flip open child tray with dual cup holders & molded parent tray with dual fin grip cup holders
  • Manual locking front wheel for easy swivel to fixed setting
  • Car seat adapter allows for use with several car seat brands
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Product Description

Product Description

Gray and Green Swivel Wheel Single Jogging StrollerMolded 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 Green and Gray

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The Instep Safari Swivel Wheel Single Jogging Stroller features 12-inch front and 16-inch rear pneumatic tires with molded rims for durability and performance. A dual trigger folding mechanism offers uncompromising safety while the rubberized handle grip ensures slip-resistant comfort. Other features include a molded parent tray with two cup holders plus a pivoting and molded child tray, also with two cup holders.



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 durability
  • Molded parent tray with two cup holders adds convenience
  • Dual trigger folding mechanism offers uncompromising safety
  • Rubberized handle grip is comfortable and slip resistant
  • Pivoting, molded child tray with two cup holders
  • Stroller is compatible with MANY infant car seats including but not limited to Safety 1st, Cosco, and Eddie Bauer
  • Weight: 31.31 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 Details

Color: Blue
  • Product Dimensions: 49 x 24.5 x 43.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 33.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00E962X2E
  • Item model number: 11-AR178
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (104 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,557 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Easy to assemble.
W. Edwards
Now it works great I'd recommend if you're looking for a jogging stroller but don't want to spend the money for a BOB.
AnnaC
The swiveling wheel in the front causes it to shake uncontrollably forcing you to lock the front wheel.
Timothy D. Jayne Jr.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

243 of 245 people found the following review helpful By W. Edwards on May 3, 2010
The Safari is rugged, has a great sun shade, is portable, and is WELL PRICED ($120). It hits a terrific balance between a jogger's handling & sturdy build and a fancy stroller's comfort & amenities.

/_/ Our needs /_/
* We walk and jog daily on a series of walking trails that are rugged and unevenly maintained.
* We needed a stroller that could take a beating on the wheels, yet keep baby riding smoothly.
* We wanted to keep the sun off of baby when out walking in the early morning sunrise or sunset.
* We have 10 mo. old and we wanted a stroller she could grow into.
* We don't take the stroller in the car that often, but when we do, we have a small car and need to be able to fit the stroller into it.
* We wanted something to last and to be versatile, but didn't want to break the bank.

/_/ Pros /_/

*WIDE canopy (almost 2 feet) can be folded flat against the handles, or can be pulled wide as a shade. It is NOT attached to the handlebars, so it can be pulled down to block the sun at ANY angle - and stays there!. It can go from up/horizontal (as shown) to down and vertical, resting against the snack tray and obscuring baby's view like a giant shield. With a fair-skinned kid who hates to be blinded by sun, this THE SELLING POINT. The canopy also has a window with a cover to peek in on a sleeping baby. (NOTE: When in shield position, baby just looks out at the world from between her feet. She does not mind this - for now - but I can't vouch for the future or other kids.)

*Rides well. The swivel wheel, wide tires, and comfy handlebar make for awesome driving. It is also surprisingly light for a jogger.

*Good seat for baby. It has a nice layer of padding.
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57 of 60 people found the following review helpful By porchpotato on October 24, 2010
Color Name: Green/Gray Verified Purchase
I'm a single father with an eighteen-month old girl. This product for the most part has been serving it's purpose, that being able to take my daughter out on fast-walking/jogging excursions that would otherwise be difficult (if not impossible) with a regular stroller.

My main problem with it is the tiny space from the valves in relation to the hubs. If you purchase this product, you need to be aware that you can only inflate the tires with a pump/compressor that has a 45-DEGREE ANGLED HEAD. Compact bike tire pumps will not fit.

Although non-consequential in the long run (as of this writing I've had this jogger for over a month), it was a small nuisance. Otherwise, it's a good jogger for it's price.

UPDATE (5-22-11):

This is an edit to my original oct. 2010 review. I've added a photo of the type of compressor attachment I use to inflate the tires. It's also easier to inflate if you have the tires removed (especially the front one. Thank goodness for the quick-change wheel!).

My daughter still loves to ride in it. The fabric has gotten stained, but it's mostly because of lack of upkeep on my part (I'm working on it - my procrastination, that is:)
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38 of 45 people found the following review helpful By E.L.M. on August 15, 2011
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We purchased this stroller a few weeks ago after reviewing tons of different joggers at different price points and with various features. We liked the price on this stroller for sure and we were not looking for a bunch of bells and whistles, so we thought this was the stroller for us! We chose to overlook the few reviews that mentioned how quickly the tires go flat. Big mistake. I have used this stroller about five times for general use and had no issues, but we have only used it for jogging twice. On the second jog, the back tire went flat halfway through the run! Luckily my husband was close to a gas station and they let him get air for free (not supposed to use an air compressor, but what other option did we have?), but then the tire blew out again on the way back!!! I called customer service to request new tubing and the agent gave me a bit of attitude and said I was lucky it was still within the first month because the warranty only covers replacement parts for the first thirty days!!!! So here are our thoughts:

PROS:
Price
Large protective and moveable canopy
Smooth ride with swivel wheel

CONS:
Tires deflat and FAST
Large in size (from front to back)- had a hard time steering in a department store
Tall- I am 5'6 and the handle is quite a bit higher than I'm used to and it's not adjustable
Comfort- the child's seat does not appear to be very comfortable, ended up buying a seat pad for our little girl
Basket- there is an odd bar underneath that blocks you from using the basket to store even the smallest of items

Overall, if I could do it over, I probably would have spent a little more to get a better quality stroller. Like the saying goes, you get what you pay for!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By NiFO on September 3, 2011
My mother-in-law purchased this stroller for me knowing that I wanted something I could jog with while my baby was still very young and only able to ride in her infant carrier. Turns out this jogger was compatible with our infant seat, so I was able to start taking her out in this once I got the "okay" from my doctor to exercise again. Not only has it served me well for that purpose, but I use it as my "at home" stroller when I go on walks or short jogs in our neighborhood.

Pros:

- You can't really beat the price. I realize that with the pricier joggers you're going to get more and better quality, but if you're looking for a jogger and you're not a hard-core jogger (I do not typically run faster than a 10-minute mile pace), or just a stroller that works well for outdoor terrain, this is a great option on a budget.
- Works well with infant seat. It's nice to have my baby facing me while I jog/walk to make sure she's doing all right, especially since I started taking her out in this before she was even two months.
- Shade canopy works well with an infant seat in. I can cover the baby completely between the canopy on the stroller and the shade on her car seat. It has a full-range of positioning, though, so it's simple to adjust for minimal coverage and can also be nice later on for when she's no longer in the infant seat.
- Fairly smooth ride and great handling. My neighborhood is older and there are a lot of uneven cracks in the sidewalks. I am able to go right over them without any issues. It's fine going over curbs or up/down steps. I don't typically have to handle in tight spaces while in the neighborhood, but I know this turns well when I'm going in/out of the house and getting around our planters and down our walkway.
- Seems to be very sturdy.
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