Schwinn Free Wheeler 2 Double Swivel Wheel Jogging Stroller (Blue/Gray)
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- 12 front and 16 rear rust proof aluminum wheels, Easy to maneuver aluminum frame is great for jogging, walking and shopping
- Folds compactly and quick release wheels come off for easy trunk storage
- Parent console and pockets for snacks and drinks, Comfortable and adjustable handle for a variety of activities
- Secure child harness and cockpit, plus shocks for added comfort, Roomy and adjustable canopy for plenty of sun protection
- Spacious underseat basket for all your extra gear, Seats two children up to 50 lbs
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We got everything we asked for with the Schwinn Free Wheeler 2 Double Jogger. Some added bonuses include 1) side-by-side double joggers are bulky and usually very heavy for one person to collapse and throw in a car, or store in the garage, but this one is a one handed collapse and collapses to about a one foot width. It is light and easy to pick-up (even for a 140 lb pregnant woman) 2) there is a small storage sack and wrist band that comes with the stroller. The storage sack goes in the handle bar area and the wristband is included as a safety precaution if the stroller gets away from you, it is still attached to your wrist. 3) the brake is fantastic! We have a very steep driveway and locking it to close the garage is of no concern. It has a sturdier locking mechanism than our Maclaren single stroller.
I am not an easily persuaded buyer and if you check my history, I don't take the time to review often. This stroller deserved the time and energy to tell others about it's A+ness!
Added side note: Please always have your children wear helmets while you jog! If they don't make a helmet small enough for your child, they are too small for a jogger.
It is a beauty! It didn't disappoint when it arrived!!!
My 2yo dd is 38" and 37lbs my 4yo ds is 40" and 38lbs. They fit very comfortably. My daughter actually cries when we take her out. They perfer sitting in it to watch TV! They have room to grow wider and taller without any troubles. Others mentioned the bar and the tilt of the seats being a problem for their children, my had no trouble at all!
***IT FITS THROUGH A REGULAR DOOR WITH NO PROBLEM AT ALL!*** It is larger when folded, but that is typical.
It steers like a dream, much easier than my front and back stroller and much easier than my side by side umbrella stroller. I cannot feel the children's weight at all and jogging behind it was not difficult.
All of the pockets are a little on the small side, but suitable for daily use. Each of the children's seats have a small drink holder on one side and a very small snack pocket on other. The soft parent console is suitable for keys, a phone and a water bottle. It may be dangerous to use with a hot drink though. Each seat has a small pocket on the back and the under the seat pocket is suitable size.
I am very happy with my choice of stroller. I hope this review helps your decision making.
Got the stroller and although I must say it is very light and handles wonderfully, I HATE the seats.
I have a 2 1/2 year old and a 9 month old. The 9 month old is just at that age when she wants to see everything around her and the angle of these seats prevent her from doing that.
Now, my hubby LOVES the darned thing as he sees it as more comfortable. Yes, I agree, but only if your goal is for the kiddos to take a nap.
Before you buy one, go look at it somewhere (store, friend, etc). If I had to do it all over again, I would go with another brand.
What I like:
- The stroller basket is bigger than most double joggers, but pretty flimsy. It does fit my diaper bag, which is not a small one, but after that there is no room for anything else.
- The canopy is nice. It covers them from the sun very well and if needed you can tilt it to cover them from the front (if you are walking against the sun). So this I like about the stroller.
- It does come with a little parent tray, which is just the right size for us. Fits a water bottle (or 2) and a small wallet.
- The handle is adjustable.
- It handles very well and very smooth.
What I don't like:
- The angle of the seats
- The break bar will NOT stay up. You can catch it going down and bring it back up, but not what I want to worry about while out on a stroll.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I absolutely love this stroller!! I purchased it for a little over $200 back in Oct 2010. It is now 2014, a little faded from the sun, but just as great as ever. Read morePublished 14 months ago by J Sim
we've always been really happy with this, and when one of the wheels developed a problem, they sent us a new one, quickly and for free.Published 23 months ago by John I.
This jogger is not as nice as a double BOB, but you get what you pay for.
It folds up reasonably nice, once you learn how to squeeze the handle the right way. Read more
This was for my daughter who had twins! Great for mothers to get back in shape after having twins! But also just great for walking or if you have 2 smaller children!Published on December 27, 2013 by J. Bafield
Love this Stroller! It's so easy to fold and unfold quickly with one hand. My kids are 2 years apart and I really like that the seats can be reclined individually so that the... Read morePublished on December 3, 2013 by bayareamommy
Good construction, works very well. Only complaint is the size (will barely fit through most doors at retail stores) and the mechanism for folding it in half sticks a little bit. Read morePublished on January 5, 2013 by Michael R
I have a tall 4 almost 5 yr old and a petite 19 month old! Both fit wonderfully in it..... It rides nice, I jog with it and it moves with ease. I never fight it while running! Read morePublished on October 18, 2011 by Pepper Reddish
We did alot of research before buying this jogger and we have been very happy with it. I was scared because I read alot of reviews that their toddler age 3 plus kids legs were... Read morePublished on September 26, 2011 by twilliams