Summary: Serves its purpose from Kingston, MA– We really only used this when in Disney World, and found it fairly easy to get on the top in a hurry, but the bottom isn't that easy to secure, but we found it wasn't really necessary to completely fasten all the straps, especially in our situation where the kids would be getting in and out of the stroller fairly regularly.
Summary: The footmuff is made from soft and quality material, and fits my Mini GT perfectly. The only problem is it doesn't stay in place and keeps slipping down and I keep on having to adjust the position by pulling it up before putting my baby in the pushchair. It needs a drawstring or a velcro to strap it in place. Other than that I am happy and it should keep my baby warm during winter months.
Summary: Easy to fit onto city mini gt. However although it is suggested that this raincover is compatible with gt version - you actually have to go up and under raincover to activate handbrake. Would be easy to use with standard city mini as this has footbreak.
Baby Jogger City Mini Single Raincover: Gives good protection but not perfect
26 January 2013
Summary: We bought this rain cover to go with our Baby Jogger City Mini GT. With this being Britain the one thing that you definitely need with a pushchair is a rain cover. The Baby Jogger range of pushchairs doesn't include one as part of the actual pushchair that you buy, which I personally think is a bit of a cheek really as you are then going to have to buy various separate bits for the pram.
Pros: Easy to put on well made zip function easy to use and handy
Cons: Doesn't cover a small section at the front of the GT and fiddly to get to break handle on GT
Summary: I bought this product after reading the good reviews. I do like that it fits the city jogger buggy shape perfectly and the top part can zip off completely, however it does not keep baby snug at the top ( a drawstring would have helped solve this, like the Kaiser footmuff has). I also find the material very noisy, when my baby shifts in his sleep the noise of the footmuff almost wakes him up!
All my friends recommended this buggy so I had no doubts when deciding. However,
4 November 2012
Summary: After 4 months, the buggy just wouldn't fold and the rubber handle bar split. Boots Customer Service were fantastic and agreed to replace it for the same or a different brand. I decided on a different brand for the reasons below.
Summary: the cover fits well generally, but it's a bit restrictive at the foot, ok for our one year old granddaughter, but may be a problem as she grows taller, time will tell. I also feel it could benefit from reinforcing where it clips around the handle as that is where it takes the strain of taking on and off.