Baby Jogger F.I.T. Single Jogging Stroller, Slate/Black (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Patented quick-fold technology-allows you to fold your stroller in one simple step
- 16" molded polymer quick-release pneumatic wheels
- Hand caliper brake for more responsive braking power and added control on hilly terrain
- Padded reclining seat with vented seat top and retractable weather cover
- Multi-position "no pinch" sun canopy with peek-a-boo window
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You must wonder why the Baby Jogger FIT is not on sale. Well, there will not be a 2011 model for the FIT and the stroller in black/kiwi was discontinued.
UPDATE - There will not be a 2012 model either.
As you know, Baby Jogger and Bob are very similar. The dimensions and weight are almost identical, and they fold down to almost the same size. However, there are 3 major reasons why we chose Bob Jogger over Bob:
-seat height (24.5' vs 21" for Bob) and width (25.25' vs 23' for Bob) - I have uploaded 2 pictures of my 8 month old son in the Baby Jogger and Bob. You will see what I mean.
-washable seat cover (you can machine wash your stroller's seat)
Most parents, including myself, purchase a stroller when they are expecting a baby or when the baby is born. They tend to read reviews online and go to baby stores to try out the strollers. However, you will need the stroller for more than few months, even longer if you have a jogging stroller. Many reviewers complain about the seat height of the Bob being too short. Some 2 year old babies cannot fit in them anymore!
PROS: (besides the 3 I listed above)
-Canopy: It is really sturdy, multi-Position sun canopy, which provides extensive coverage so you will not have to purchase an additional canopy. It has a peek-a-boo window on top, which can be secured with velcro.
-Ventilation panel: perfect for the summer to cool down the baby and it can also be covered for colder & rainy days.Read more ›
1.) It has one of the largest seats, and thus can hold a taller child up to 75 lbs, not just 50 lbs.
2.) It has an extensive canopy that protects the entirety of the child from sun and wind
3.) It is simple to fold and stow in the trunk
4.) The tires come inflated, so you don't need a special pump or a visit to a bike shop
Here's what else I found once it arrived:
1.) It glides easily, but the tires are thick and sturdy enough to go on quite rough gravel trails
2.) It is not particularly wide - it fits easily through all the doorways in my house
3.) It's quite easy to steer once you get the hang of it
4.) I don't even have to take the tires off to stow it in the trunk of my Toyota Camry
5.) It came almost fully assembled, so it only took my husband about 10 minutes to put on the wheels and clip the straps in the right setting
It also looks extremely sharp. And even though it's called the FIT (For Intermediate Training), I would say it would suit most serious runners. I do a half-marathon once or twice a week, plus smaller runs of 5 or 8 miles, sometimes on flat trails and sometimes on hills. It works perfectly for any of those distances. It is so smooth that my 4 month old baby loves it, and sleeps right through even rough sections of the trail.
The only reasons I can think of you might not like it:
1.) The height of the handlebar is not adjustable. I'm 5'9 and it works great for me, but it would probably be too low for my husband who is 6'3
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The FIT is defintely for people who like to run but also still want to pack it up to go somewhere. It truly does collapse with one hand and fits easily in the trunk of a car. I think it even fits better in our trunk than our normal Graco stroller.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's no surprise that this stroller is discontinued. I used mine for less than fifteen months before the frame broke near the hinge. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
I purchased this stroller last year and I love it. I wish I would have shelled out the extra $100 for the articulating wheel version, the Summit. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Montana Mama
Excellent jogging pram, only wish it would be a bit easier to turn with.Published 14 months ago by Sandy
great and neat stroller
but SUPER HEAVY
and very hard to turn!!! its intended for running straight… no turns! very very hard and heavy
Gorgeous quality. Definitely that. Hooray.
BUT... This stroller is impossible to turn/use. Unless you are running on a single, straight track (We live the Bay Area! Read more
Best jogging stroller. I love it. We used it every day until we had our second child. Then I had to buy a BOB because Baby Jogger did not sell a side-by-side jogging stoller like... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Corrina
okay yes the other reviews are right about this stroller being heavy. it is. however it is such a great jogger. Read morePublished 22 months ago by D. Sylvester
Great for older kids, easy to use, it had the best reviews online for a reasonable pricePublished 22 months ago by damian glenk
I got this stroller 2 years ago and though I love it, there are some flaws. I got it wanting the flexibility of using it as a jogging stroller if I went running and a regular... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Elizabeth murray