Reviews and Problems with Baby Jogger Performance Single
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Made for Mums
29 January 2010
Conclusion: A made-for-running-mums winner – easy to push, robust structure, will cope with the toughest terrain, and comfy for baby too. The only real downside is its size – you will still need a more compact stroller for trips away.
Pros: Easy to push. Beautifully balanced. Robust. Excellent on and off road., The Baby Jogger is built to last – mine has been bashed into walls, crashed round trees, shoved up rocky mountains and forced across streams with not a single malfunction. And for those who aren't as daft as me, it's also great on normal flat paths in the park (there's a safety strap to attach yourself to the pram so your child can't escape should you take a tumble). The aerodynamic design and sho...
Cons: This model does not fold. Bulky. Unwieldy in shops., If you have coordinated running gear look away now – in the UK it's only available in a black/red combination. It also takes up quite a lot of room when stored although the wheels are quick release, which means you can just about shoe-horn it into the back of a family-sized car (eg Audi A4) with one of the rear seats down. This particular model does not fold up, although other Baby Joggers do. The hand brake, in a s...