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InStep Grand Safari Single Swivel Stroller
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- Dual trigger folding mechanism offers uncompromised safety
- 12" front & 16" rear pneumatic air tires and molded rims provide performance
- Molded, flip open child tray with dual cup holders & molded parent tray with dual fin grip cup holders
- Manual locking front wheel for easy swivel to fixed setting
- Adjustable handle bar for improved user comfort and the rubberized grip is comfortable and slip resistant
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|Item Dimensions||15 x 32 x 19.5 in||24.5 x 37 x 46 in||24 x 37 x 40.5 in||23.2 x 40.5 x 41.7 in|
|Item Weight||—||22 lbs||20 lbs||27.5 lbs|
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The perfect option for the active parent. The swiveling front wheel allows you to maneuver in tight corners or through crowds but the option to lock the wheel still allows you to go out and run that 5K with the little ones. The 12" front & 16" rear pneumatic air tires and molded rims provide performance and style while the dual exposed rear shock. absorbers provide a smooth ride. Molded, flip open child tray with dual cup holders and parent tray and dual fin grip cup holders adds convenience. The removable fleece seat pad is machine washable and the Dual trigger folding mechanism offers uncompromised safety, rubberized grip is comfortable and slip. the retractable canopy and sun shade keeps the passenger cool. The canopy mounted speakers accepts most MP3 players so your little one can enjoy their favorites while mom or dad run to their hearts content. Dual trigger folding mechanism offers uncompromised safety, rubberized grip is comfortable and slip resistant. Car seat adapter allows for use with several car seat brands.
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- HEAVY. The Amazon product info does not include the weight and I did not look it up before purchasing it, but the assembled stroller has to be in the low 30lb range. The manufacturer's webpage says "carton weight" is 37.5lbs. It does have two carrying handles on it by the tray (probably two b/c of the weight!). I imagine it would be very difficult/impossible to carry it with one hand and carry your child in the other. If your child can wait in the carseat or sit/stand while you set it up, this may not be an issue. (This could also be the upper body workout part of your exercise routine. Ha!)
- The latch that keeps the folded up stroller closed is a poor design. It is a basic metal hook that slides over a metal knob, only there is no skinney part for the knob to fit into, so it's basically a big C, which comes open easily while carrying it by the two handles if you're not holding the stroller just right. The stroller doesn't just pop open, but there is a little bit of movement if the latch comes undone.
- Great canopy. The canopy is not affixed to the frame at the top, so it can move all the way forward to the removable child tray. This may be annoying for kids (all the way forward means their view is blocked), but for those concerned with sun exposure/overheating, this canopy seems to be designed to block the sun from all angles.
- Big shocks, pneumatic wheels, lockable swivel wheel. I haven't run with it yet, but these are all promising for a safe/fairly smooth ride. I saw some concerns about inflating the wheels. I haven't done this yet, but they look to be the same as bike wheels. The swivel lock is up by the handlebar, which means no stopping/bending over to turn the swivel on/off.
- Nice, easy adjustable handle bar. I believe this handle will adjust to accommodate at least 5' - 6'+ individuals.
- The parent tray compartment is tiny. It would fit keys and a smaller flip phone, but not a smart phone.
This stroller lists for $200 on the InStep website, so the Amazon prices seem to be a good discount. This company makes the Schwinn strollers and based on their website, I can't tell the difference between this one and the more expensive Schwinn Turismo. The Turismo says "lightweight aluminum," but the "carton weight" is still 35.4lbs.
This stroller didn't fare super well in some of the online reviews I found (it seems pretty unanimous that BOB strollers are the best joggers around), but I'm hopeful that for the discounted price, this will be a good stroller for recreational jogging/walking.
7 JULY UPATE: I've had the stroller for about a month and run with it about 10 times so I have a bit more feedback.
- You need to unlock the front wheel to fold it up properly. Annoying but not a big deal.
- The plastic tray compartment cover rattles when you run. This drove me crazy; I fixed it by taping it shut. The cupholders are not quite large enough to accommodate my contigo water bottle so I use a fabric organizer. If I had to assemble it all over, I wouldn't put that part on the stroller (but I feel like I'm going to break it every time I try to take it off).
- Adjustable handle is comfy for people from 5' - 6' -/+.
- The hard plastic handles to the stroller are right at child head-level. You must be MINDFUL when turning or your kids' head/ear will slam into it. :(
- One of the two brakes doesn't stay up so it makes this annoying rubbing noise when I run. This is probably specific to the stroller I got. I've contacted the manufacturer, so I'll update with how they handle customer service.
- The front tire (and other tires) inflated easily with a manual bike pump. They've stayed inflated, but the front tire has a funky bulge in it now. Again, probably specific to the stroller I got and I've also contacted InStep's customer service on this issue. Stroller still is functioning so far, though.
- The sun blocking canopy is great, the ride seems fairly smooth (a little noisey, but I'm sure all strollers have some noise), and my child seems comfortable. The seat is a bit reclined at it's most-upright, but kids can just grab the tray and pull themselves up to reach things.
Other than the tire defect issue, seems to be a good, servicable jogging stroller.
I contacted InStep about the tire and the brake and they sent me new parts without question. There were no directions included but they assured me it was easy and intuitive. I have continued to run with the annoying brake and funky wheel because the stroller is still functioning and that's not really how I want to spend my time. That said, InStep seemed to have pretty good customer service and was responsive.
My favorite feature is the one touch button that turns the swivel on or off for the front wheel. I love not having to change it manually when I go from jogging to just walking around the windy path near my home. I also love the canopy that can be moved into any position on top or in front of the baby. I haven't used the speakers to play mp3s, but it's a lovely feature for those that like to listen to music while running. The handle bar is also adjusts for your height, which is nice.
It is big and bulky and not a great shopping stroller, but as long as you aren't shopping in small boutiques you should be fine.
The baby is comfortable in it. The faux sheepskin insert will be nice in the winter, but for now I had to take it out because it's summer in the south and it just makes her sweat like crazy. The baby can lay back (not all the way flat) or sit up, or any position in between. It's really easy and fast to adjust it to any position you want.
The only thing I was disappointed about was the cargo space under the stroller. It is a decent size, but there is a support bar that goes across the top of the cargo area that limits the stuff you can put down there. My diaper bag is a large size and I can't cram it down there just because the bar is too low for it to fit through the opening of the space. This stroller was designed for running not for errands, but of course I use it for both, so I just clip my bag to the handles or carry it. You can unsnap the cargo space and it will make it wider, but then you have to do that every time you want to get your bag out, and that seems like kind of a pain.
Anyways, I would recommend this stroller to anyone, especially if you are on a budget. It's a great price for what you get.