Baby Jogger 2011 City Mini Double Stroller, Orange/Gray (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Patented one-hand quick-fold technology allows you to fold your stroller in one simple step
- 8" lightweight quick-release EVA wheels with sealed ball bearings and front wheel suspension, dual lockable swivel front wheels for long distance strolling
- Patented universal accessory mounting bracket; accessorize your stroller with ease
- One-step individually adjustable reclining seats to a near flat position with mesh back and retractable weather covers
- Individually adjustable multi-position sun canopies with peek-a-boo windows
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Background: I own two other double strollers, a Graco Quattro Tour Duo (that's a tandem) and a Maclaren Twin Techno (that's a side by side umbrella). I have two children, age 18 months and age 1 month.
First, I would like to address those who are looking for a jogging stroller. This stroller is not a jogging stroller, and is not intended to be per the company, so it's not fair to review the stroller based on it's jogging abilities. However, since so many people seem to want to jog with this stroller, I will note that I have tried both jogging and running with this stroller for review purposes and it is an excellent stroller when used as intended but if you want to jog or run buy one of the jogging strollers in their line.
Ok, for those of you looking for a great everyday stroller, this is it!
Storage: In terms of weight, this stroller isn't a feather, but no double stroller is. In comparison to others, it is light and reasonable to lift in and out of a trunk. It also folds flat, so while you need a bit of space width wise, it can go flat in a trunk and leave room for other items (I fit it in the trunk of my Chevy Cavalier with room for diapers, groceries, and other things) or fit inside easily (we store ours in the hall closet). Folding the stroller is easy- just pull up on the two straps located on the seats and the stroller folds right in half- though I will say there are a few times I went to fold it and I needed to shake it a bit to get it to fold all of the way.Read more ›
This one works GREAT! I've actually taken all three children shopping in this WITH a shopping cart, by myself! I can have any of the children in it with either one of the other children on either side and it steers like a dream! It turns on a dime and has fit through ever door way. When I go shopping, I can push them straight into the bathroom and into the handicap stall with me! My very tall 4yo LOVES riding in it and can lie all the way down comfortably. My 5mo also fits in it really well. I do recommend the Kiddopotamus Snuzzler to give a small baby some extra stability, but it's easy to fit in and out. The strap height is easily adjustable and my kids haven't had any problems with the hardware.
This stroller is light and folds compact. If I pop the wheels off, I can fit it in the back of my mom's Chrysler Pacifica! It is so easy to do, I don't mind at all. It also fits in the side door if I just don't feel like popping them off. I can still fit it in the back with the wheels, but it touchs the glass of the back window. It really is just as easy to fold it as lifting the strap in the seats!Read more ›
- The City Mini is half the weight of the Graco
- It is unbelievably easy to turn and has a super tight turning radius compared to Graco. I was amazed at its maneuverability and there is no bigger cynic than myself.
- Baby Jogger honors their warranty policy, for now.
- After owning the stroller for just over a month we had one wheel lock lever for the swivel function break, causing the wheel to lock unexpectedly.
- We spent the extra $100 for the belly bar and two trays (which is a complete rip off in itslef) just to have the belly bar break as well.
- The stroller is too light weight in my opinion, coming from a mechanical background, to survive long mileage use.
- There are no "parent" comparments or holders for water bottles, sunglasses etc. and no useable storage underneath unlike the Graco which had storage up the wazoo, everywhere.
Bottom line: If your only use, and be honest with yourself, is going from the minivan, through the paved mall parking lot, shopping and back to the minivan, you probably will have years of no problems. If you plan on actually walking a couple miles a day on imperfect sidewalks, you will have problems. And for $450, plus $100 in accessories I don't know if $550 is justifiable for any stroller, especially one made like crap in China. Comparing the two, the Graco is the better value and wins hands down at half the price, IF you have the strength to push/manuever it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
one of the best buys of my life, since the boys came into my life, worth every pennyPublished 19 months ago by raniel
We have owned this stroller for 3 years and we are very happy with it. It folds easily and is not too heavy. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Amazon Customer
Perfect for my two daughters. They are 14 month apart. I have taken the stroller to Europe many times. It fits in a RENAULT CLIO. (folded standing). Read morePublished 21 months ago by Doly
I've had this stroller for a couple years now, but it still looks like new and all of us love it, not just the kids. Read morePublished 22 months ago by S. Vasilevsky
We have four kids so we have been through our fair share of strollers including single/double offerings from the following brands. Read morePublished on June 28, 2014 by Shawn Davis
Nice for two kids. Folds up easily in our SUV, and my petite wife can get in and out by herself. I prefer the side-to-side compared to back-to-back stroller so the kids can see... Read morePublished on January 2, 2014 by Adam P. Smith
Best stroller we've ever owned! Turns on a dime, fits through every doorway we've tried! Can't wait to use it for our trip to Disneyworld!Published on October 30, 2013 by william