Baby Jogger City Series Black/Silver Standard Double Seat Stroller Reviews

Baby Jogger City Series Black/Silver Standard Double Seat Stroller

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  • City Jogger: When You Need To Turn On a Dime to Catch Up With Goofy

    Nov 16, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Excellent maneuverability, can carry up to 75 lbs.
    Cons: Tiny front platform for children’s feet.

    Summary: Those who really know me are aware that I'm a hopeless stroller addict. I can't seem to get enough of them to satisfy my needs. I've successfully fought this itch for several months now but I've found a new stroller that I might just have to add to my ... read more

  • Best Jogger Ever

    Nov 29, 2009 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: EASY FOLD SYSTEM, Adjustable handle, removable tires, LARGE CANOPY, Raised kicker, Parent Console, OneHand Steering
    Cons: Small Basket.

    Summary: I have been through over 8 stroller between my two children. Not because the strollers broke but they just weren't practical for my needs. The only stroller that seems to fulfill all my needs is the Baby Jogger City Elite Single. The attachements they ... read more

  • Baby Jogger – Dangerous Product, Poor Quality, and Horrible Customer Service

    Apr 18, 2008 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Handling on bumpy streets; easy to fold
    Cons: Poor quality and customer service

    Summary: I strongly advise against Babyjogger - in short, the metal frame on my City Series snapped in half, nearly injuring my toddler, and two months later I still have no stroller despite numerous calls and a “Lifetime Warranty” claim by the company. I ... read more

  • LOVE This Stroller

    Jul 7, 2007 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: can't tell if kids are two different weights, great sunshades, smooth ride
    Cons: expensive, no extras, heavy

    Summary: I purchased this double stroller after months of careful research on double strollers as I waited for the birth of my second child. My first is two and a half, but he is tall and heavy, weighing in at 40 pounds and 40 inches in height. His weight alone ... read more

  • Excellent for tall parents!

    Jul 6, 2007 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: durable, lightweight (21 lbs.), adjustable handlebar, easy to maneuver, weight limit (75 lbs.)
    Cons: accessories are extra (rain cover, belly bar, car seat adaptor, foot muff)

    Summary: Our City Series stroller arrived yesterday---we bought the jet black (would've liked a navy blue but that's not an option on this model). We have the 2007 1/2 model which has some updated features from previous models (3 panel canopy, new seat recline ... read more

  • Awesome Double Stroller

    Sep 12, 2006 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Easy maneuverability. Adjustable Handle.
    Cons: Expensive. Slightly heavy. No cup holder.

    Summary: I was shopping for a jogging stroller that needed to meet two requirements. It needed an adjustable handle and a front swivel wheel. This stroller met these requirements but also has more great features. Assembly - The only assembly required was to ... read more

  • Best Double Stroller Money Can Buy!

    Jul 27, 2006 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Easy to push, maneuver and collapse. Well made, durable & sturdy
    Cons: Needs a locking system after closed. A little heavy to lift.

    Summary: This stroller/jogger is AWESOME! It is easy to push, easy to maneuver and easy to collapse. It is a bit heavy, but it is so sturdy you do not have to worry if you hang something heavy on the back and the kids jump out, the stroller will not fall back. ... read more

  • I just wish I hadn't wasted money on all those other strollers

    Aug 19, 2002 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Drivability, Weight capacity, easy to push and control.
    Cons: Large sun canopy, inconvenient storage baskets

    Summary: I have huge children. Baby strollers are meant for small children. Weight limits are almost always 35 pounds. Not with the city jogger - or any baby jogger product, for that matter. These strollers are built to last - and to handle a ... read more

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  • Baby Jogger City Series Single

    Aug 11, 2006 by
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    Pros: EASY to fold, compact, light and easy to maneuver
    Cons: storage space is small, back rest requires 2 hands to recline

    Summary: We were looking for a stroller that is both good for exercise and the mall and that would easily fit in the trunk of our small sedan. This was a tall order, but the Baby Jogger City Series has totally met all of our expectations! It is well-built and ... read more

  • 2 big complaints, but otherwise an excellent stroller

    Mar 6, 2006 by
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    Pros: very smooth comfy ride for child, seemingly weightless to push.
    Cons: the backrest recline system is terrible, and doesn't latch when folded

    Summary: The ride this stroller offers is a dream for anyone who walks for exercise. It also makes an awesome mall stroller for the older child. I have 2 big complaints: the backrest has to be lowered one side at a time, using 2 hands for each side, making it ... read more

  • Smoothest stroller around

    Feb 12, 2006 by
    Rated Show
    Pros: Easy to fold, easy to push, adjustable handle bar for ease of pushing, sleek looking
    Cons: expensive, and the rain cover is separate and is also expensive

    Summary: I have 6 month old twins and I have been searching for the perfect double stroller. I had been given the MacLaren Twin Traveler as a baby gift, but the seats were so narrow - - my two year old daughter, who isn't very big, could barely fit in the seat. ... read more

  • Good Stroller for bigger kids

    Jan 20, 2006 by
    Rated Show
    Pros: steering, weight limit is high
    Cons: haven't found any yet

    Summary: I bought this at overstock.com for about $150. My son is going through strollers like crazy. He is so tall he outgrows them before he reaches the weight limit. This one has a 75lbs limit and has adjustable foot panels. Handles well, and the cloth is ... read more

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