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Schwinn Turismo Swivel Double Jogger

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Blue/Gray
  • Aluminum frame is lightweight for easy handling
  • Molded parent tray with two cup holders adds convenience
  • Rubberized, adjustable handle is comfortable and slip resistant
  • Includes pivoting, molded child tray with two cup holders and exposed spring suspension delivers a smooth ride
  • Built-in MP3 speaker keeps children entertained
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Product Description

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Go jogging with your two favorite companions with the Schwinn Turismo double jogging stroller.


The Turismo double jogging stroller breaks down to fit in a car trunk.
The Turismo is made of lightweight aluminum for easy handling, with a single 12-inch swiveling front tire and 16-inch rear tires to help you maneuver around corners and through tight spaces (the front swivel also locks forward for straight-line control). The stroller accommodates your coffee and water needs thanks to the pivoting, molded parent tray, which includes a pair of cup holders. The stroller even includes a built-in MP3 speaker to keep your children entertained and distracted on longer runs.

Other features include an adjustable rubberized handle with a slip-resistant grip; an exposed spring suspension system that delivers a smooth ride; and a pivoting, molded child tray. The Turismo double jogging stroller collapses easily for storage and transport.

About Schwinn
Schwinn's bikes allow riders of all ages and abilities to experience the joy of riding. From "walk 'n' roll" kids bikes to the Le Tour Legacy, Schwinn suits the needs of riders across the U.S. and around the world. Each bike is built to the Schwinn quality standard based on 100-plus years of cycling heritage, passion, and expertise. The company also sells a variety of related gear, including helmets and pads, pumps, saddles, lights, storage bags, repair kits, bike trailers, and jogging strollers.

Product Description

Aluminum frame is lightweight for easy handling and has extra thick tires with aluminum rims that provides optimum performance to the front swivel and includes remote lock out.

Product Details

Color: Blue/Gray
  • Product Dimensions: 49 x 32.7 x 40 inches ; 39 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 40.9 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002QDMQL0
  • Item model number: 13-SC214
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (310 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #93,059 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Overall this stroller is a great value.
Bryan Kimberly
We have a 3 year old and an 18 month old and they fit perfect.
R. Bowman
It rides very smooth and is easy to push.
Cher

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

676 of 696 people found the following review helpful By John S on January 30, 2012
This review is not meant to be a truely in depth head-to-head, but hopefully will get you thinking when you do your comparison shopping. For those die-hard "got-to-have-the-absolutely-most-expensive-that-my-friends-will-recongnize" this will not be the stroller for you.

This stroller is, according to my scale, two pounds lighter than the Bob Dualie. It comes with cup holders for the adult, it comes with cup holders/snack tray for the children, the Bob Dualie does not have either included (although they are avialable for purchase $$$). The Schwinn (Pacific Cycle) has adjustable handlebar, the Bob Dualie does not. This one is, comperably equipped about $400-$450 cheaper than the Bob. It's made in China, but the Bob is made in... China (this one would have swayed me to purchase the Bob despite it's shortcommings and high price, but oh well). This stroller has a handlebar positioned front wheel lock, the bob requires you to stop and fiddle with some knob. Its aluminum wheels and ball bearing wheels roll well enough. It's front wheel had adjustable cup-cone bearings, and were (suprisingly) well adjusted from the factory. The rear wheels were non-adjustable, but that seems par for these types of strollers. I'm a little dissapointed in it's radial spoke configuration, it looks fancy, but mechanically loads the spokes more than the traditional cross-spoke configuration (bike manufacutres for years have sacrified mechanical strenth in wheel sets for cool factor, so I can't fault the Chineese manufacurer for this). Yes the fake sheepskin covers are removable by slipping them out of the harness, I saw one reviewer say that you had to cut them (I imagine they were challenged with opening the cardboard box too).

The Bob does have an infant car seat adapter (available $eperately).
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304 of 319 people found the following review helpful By R. Fahler on October 5, 2010
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I have an eight month old and a nearly 3 year old. I already have a double Maclaran stroller that I use for the mall, traveling, etc but wanted a stroller that I could use for jogging and walks in the neighborhood. I used the stroller for one jog and it pushed very well. I liked the double sunshades that can be adjusted for the angle of the sun. The rubber inserts on the parent cupholders are a great feature since my water bottles always fell out of the shallow cupholders on my single jogger while I was jogging. There isn't too much storage - just the basket underneath and the parent tray. No pockets on the backs of the seats or on the sunshades like my single jogger has. However, the basket underneath is easy to get to and since I was using this primarily as a jogging stroller, I didn't have much to bring with me. I love that the front wheel locks/unlocks by pushing a button near the handlebar instead of having to bend over and flip a switch near the wheel.

I got this stroller because I really liked the price range and I liked the snack and cup trays for the kids. Unfortunately, I am returning this stroller. My eight month old fit just fine but my almost 3 year old is 37.5" and was not comfortable. The seatback is only 17" tall so her head stuck up beyond the seatback so she couldn't rest her head back comfortably. Also, the way the seat is designed, her legs struck straight out instead of bending at the knee like she is sitting in a chair. As a result, one leg sort of rested on the wheel cover and the other dangled off. She tried to twist sideways and bend her legs so she could rest both on the wheel cover, but I could tell she wasn't comfortable.
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145 of 159 people found the following review helpful By M. ADAMS on December 5, 2011
Schwinn Turismo Swivel Double Jogger

4 stars

Bottom line, it is insane to drop 700 bucks on a double jogging stroller that is far from perfect. This one is great, and it is even better than some other double jogging strollers we tested. (We looked at most of them. BOB, Mountain Duo, Bumbleride, Valco Baby, BabyTrend, etc.) There is no one stroller which has everything we wanted (adjustable handlebar, adjustable canopies, large/reachable storage basket, well-designed parent tray, easy to fold and store, narrow enough to fit through doors, individual foot rest, weight, etc.) We researched this purchase for over a month. Finally, we decided to purchase the Schwinn online from WalMart because at $220 it looked like it would fit most of our needs, and so we could return it to the local store if it didn't work out. (This model wasn't available for any test drives in the stores that we visited including fancy baby stores, bike shops, and REI). If consumer reports reviewed these things, this would be a best buy.

General Impressions:
- wheel size matters. the bigger the wheel the cushier the ride (and push.)
- one front wheel is definitely better than two (for us, anyway), especially for jogging. It is plenty stable. We just thought 4 wheels felt awkward. when jogging, pushing with two wheels in the front is much harder-- the more wheels the more friction. we greatly preferred one wheel in front.
- fits 3 1/2 year old girl in 50th percentile just fine. feet dangle but she doesn't care. she just moves them around as needed. there's enough head room because the canopies are effective (and can be individually adjusted) but not massive.
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