Reviews and Problems with Instep Safari Swivel Wheel
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Value for money 10
Ease of setup 10
21 July 2010
Summary: Love the stroller, my only complaint is that the tires must be extremely thin because in the few times I have used it (maybe 20) I have already had to replace two tire tubes. They are inexpensive, but a pain to change. Love the stoller, but hope no one else has this problem.
Summary: Bought for my wife who has been wanting one. Could not decide between this and the Suburban Safari. Bought this for better use over sand, and stuff. Great stroller and yes the front wheel DOES LOCK. Great price and was super fast shipping!!
Summary: After spending what seemed like weeks looking for a good, reasonably priced jogging stroller, I decided to purchase the Instep Safari. I couldn't be more pleased! Putting it together was a breeze.
Summary: We bought ours 3 1/2 years ago for our second child and are cleaning it up to use for our third. It is fantastic--really lives up to its reputation. We even took it to Italy and Germany with us and it made the trek through airplanes, airports, Florence and many other cities in Tuscany very well.
Summary: I'm married to a wonderful man who researches everything before we get it. I've grown to appreciate this because we always end up getting wonderful products. We were in the market to buy a jogging stroller. He picked this one for us. We don't run daily.... we run just a couple times a week.
Summary: My 36" almost 2-year-old fits well and has room to grow. I jog with this nearly everyday on the sidewalk, and I keep it in swivel mode. It works great, but they do advise you to fix the wheel for jogs. My 6-month-old fits great, too! We just could not figure out how to tighten the straps very well.
Summary: I actually bought this stroller for jogging. I'm 5 ft tall and 105lbs, so I had a hard time pushing a fixed wheel stroller with a non-adjustable handle bar. This stroller has been very manageable for me, and I haven't had any issues with stability.