Baby Jogger 2013 City Select Single Stroller, Onyx (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Patented quick-fold technology
- Unique multi-functional design allows you to select your seating arrangement, 16 unique seating combinations (with double conversion kit sold separately)
- Hand operated parking brake
- 12" forever-air rear and 8" lightweight dual front quick-release wheels with front wheel suspension and sealed ball bearings
- Seat features a multi-position seat recline, multi-position sun canopy with peek-a-boo window, adjustable head height up to four additional inches and a five point safety harness with shoulder pads and buckle cover
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* It was just named Baby Gizmo's Top Tandem/ Twin stroller of the year.
* Goes anywhere as a single or double stroller - the reason I got it. I found out the hard way that side-by-sides do not fit between parked cars - the City Select does, with room to spare. No more leaving one child alone in front of the car while I put the other in their car seat. The narrow width (26") of the City Select is a huge advantage at doctor's offices, restaurants and stores that have narrower aisles.
* It can be used from birth up. You can configure the City Select with optional Baby Jogger Car Seat Adaptor for one or two babies (three types sold, some car seats fit better than others) or with one or two seats (place the heaviest child in the top position); it can have stadium seating facing forward (with a huge storage basket), or you can put both seats facing you so they can recline fully 180 degrees (better for babies 6m+, looks like bunk beds).
* The three-part canopies are excellent and provide far more shade than most Maclaren strollers. A mesh zip-in backing can be zipped in front for additional sun shade when the sun is low (though the instructions don't say this). A clear peek-a-boo window with built in mesh on top has a flap with quiet magnetic close.Read more ›
1. Although the seat capacity is 45 lbs, my 3 year old (at 35 lbs) sat uncomfortably in the seat with her winter jacket on. When it warmed up, she could sit normally in the seat, however, if you intend to use this stroller in the winter, with winter jackets, your older child may not be comfortable. The seat depth is not forgiving of winter jackets.
2. Even when she was able to sit normally in the seat (w/o a jacket), the seat depth is still not that deep (8 inches). The 2010 model also does not have a seat board so it's just a canvas material holding your child up (they have added a seat board to the 2011 model).
3. The straps are an absolute PAIN to adjust. It literally took me and my husband 5-6 minutes to adjust EACH of the 4 straps for our daughters. I've never had that issue with any stroller I've owned. My daughter's carseat was even easier to adjust than the stroller. Go figure.
4. The stroller also does not stand on it's own. The way that I finagled that is by locking the front wheels and that way it would lean up against my garage wall without sliding forward when it was not in use.
5. If you intend on using the stroller with kids who are two different ages, the stroller maneuverability will be compromised when you put your oldest (and obviously heavier) child the furthest away from you.Read more ›
EXPENSIVE. Everyone's comments were spot-on. Everything's a la carte and pricier than the competition. And if you want to take advantage of the flexibility of the travel system (car seat adapter) and a second seat, you have to go ahead and buy the second seat to get the second seat adapters. So your upfront investment is large.
BIG. While it is an in-line tandem, the price you pay for it's flexibility is the fact that one kid is centered over the front wheels. All the other inlines put both kids within the wheelbase of the stroller. So while the overall length of the stroller in single position is about the same as all the others, with the second seat, that kid is out front making the stroller almost a foot longer than the stroller length. Some of the comments we saw are that the stroller is hard to steer with the heavy kid up front. That's definitely true given the fact that pure physics dictates that with the kid's weight out over the front wheels, it's hard to pivot. It's definitely not a deal breaker.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is the only stroller I have ever owned. I have owned it for almost three years now, and have three children. Read morePublished 11 months ago by ALP
A little heavy but overall a good stroller. My favorite part is the large storage area in the bottom. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Sunshine
We can't say enough about this stroller. We call it the "Mercedes" because it's a dream to handle! We bought it because it is customizable. Read morePublished 13 months ago by J Arthur
excellent car, very practical and safe for the baby, the design is elegant and recistentes materiale, one of the most positive features of the car is the stability that does not... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Juan Castillo
My 2 year old son has a condition similar to that of cerebral palsy. Very low tone, no head control. This stroller is amazing for him! Read morePublished 17 months ago by Redgreen
I really don't like this double stroller. Side by side strollers are much easier to push than this monster. Folding it up is a chore because there are so many pieces. Read morePublished 19 months ago by web mom
Good stroller. It is difficult to use the configuration of facing each other cause the bottom seat takes up space in the basket. My 2. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Jeffrey D