Reviews and Problems with Baby Jogger City Mini Double
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Great stroller, a little big though
25 March 2014
Excerpt: My husband and I rented this stroller for 8 days when we took our boys to Walt Disney World. This was our first experience with a double stroller because we usually carried our younger son in a carrier while we pushed the oldest in the stroller. However, I was about 7 months pregnant with our daughter and we thought it best to get a double stroller. Our boys were ecstatic when they saw this stroller! They were so excited to be able to sit side-by-side.
Excerpt: This is a great stroller. I've had it for nearly two years and love it. I originally got it because it was one of the few side by side doubles that would fit into my Honda Civic. It folds small and still left room in the trunk. With nearly two years of use, it still seems almost new. It's handled the wear and tear given to it by my 2 and 3 year old and I'm looking forward to using it this Spring with my newborn.
Excerpt: Overall this stroller is great. I love that it has the larger tire that it can go over different surfaces with ease and smoothly. It has adapter for child car seat that is available. The adapter is a little pricey and I feel that it could be more sturdy. If you are looking for something for running I would say the bob stroller may be a better choice. Overall this stroller does everything it says it will.
Excerpt: I really love this stroller. The wheels are very sturdy but don't inflate, which is nice, as I had trouble with deflating tires on my last stroller. The stroller is lightweight and can fit through standard doorways which is crucial. My only complaint is that the basket below the seats is very small and hard to use. I purchased a few hooks to put on my handle bars to carry my gear, which is working out fine.
Excerpt: We bought this stroller when pregnant with #2. I was happy with the price for the product and the reputation it had. The under carriage storage isn't necessarily small, but it is very tight to get things into, especially with kids in the seats. We like the way it rolls, happy with it in general, but the storage compartments need to be a little more parent friendly.
Excerpt: I was hesitant to buy the City Mini Double just because of the price. But several of my friends had them and raved, so I went for it. I can tell you that this was by far the best purchase I made when having a second child. The stroller is really light, folds up easily and doesn't take up as much room in my car as other double strollers. It maneuvers great and my girls are really comfortable in it.
Summary: Very manoeuvrable. Simple to collapse and store. We initially used it with a carry cot and now as a buggy. Handle is very high and in one piece. The shopping basket may be big but is very close to the seats so that you can't really put larger objects in it. Unfortunately, the back rest can't be put right up and the feet can't be adjusted at all. We have only ever had this buggy.
Fantastic stroller with a few features that could be improved.
24 October 2011
Excerpt: Let's start with this: the Baby Jogger City Mini Double Stroller is not the least expensive stroller you'll find. It is an investment, but one that is worth it if you're planning on using it -- as I am -- for several years. I bought it because a friend has the single version and I was amazed at how easy it was to maneuver. The double is no different. the front swivel wheels make it remarkably easy to push and turn.
Great product, but not quite what the manufactuer advertises.
10 July 2011
Summary: I am epecting my second baby in 2 months and wanted a double stroller I could use during my bootcamp (for moms with kids in strollers) but,I also wanted it to be lightweight, compact enough that I could be out and about without issues and be able to travel with it. CityMini Double fits the bll perfectly.
Summary: We have been using the buggy for a few months now and are very satisfied. Top quality! Perfect pushing pleasure! Weight, size - super! The only criticism from our side is that the seat can't be put right up. The kids are always slightly slanted which leads to slightly grumpy kids.