Summary: I can't lie, this stroller is great for jogging, and seems very comfortable for my 26 lb 12 month old! The only reasons I had to give it four stars were the odometer being confusing/not working and the handlebar wiggles quite a bit when it's "locked into place".
Summary: I bought this for my 10 month old and the stroller itself is very nice. It compacts easily, rolls nicely, overall it is a nice stroller. The issues I have are the handle itself is adjustable but it is pretty flimsy, may not last in the long hall, the holder for your sound system is not big enough to...
Excerpt: I purchased this stroller when I had my first child and I found it was very expensive for the amount of times that I used it. I didn't get out to jog as often as I would have liked and I could have used my regular stroller for that. This stroller was heavy. Not easy to lug in and out anywhere.
Summary: The stroller works well. The screws for the foot rest are a joke. They aren't long enough to go through to be screwed in and the front tire is very stable. I didn't think it would be that hard to turn the stroller. I have to use the handle to really drive the stroller.
Summary: I do not jog and purchased this as a light-weight stroller since we walk the neighborhood with our dog daily and regular strollers are just bulky. My daughter (2yo) loves it and so do I but was surprised when the front wheel did not turn so the stroller has to be tilted to turn every corner!!
Summary: I really like this stroller. I put it together by myself but needed help attaching the foot rest. The plastic is very hard and rigid and difficult to work with. It's stylish and the ride is smooth. It is also very light weight when moving. I walk and this stroller is perfect for what I do.
Excerpt: I have the Jeep Overland Limited Jogger Stroller and was given it as a gift. For walking, jogging, or running on a straight path it's great. Very durable and well made. My biggest complaint is that the front wheel does not swivel.
Excerpt: I like this stroller for many reasons.1) It is more economical than the BOB strollers.2) You can plug your ipod into it (one less thing to attach/remember as you leave the house).3) Seems comfortable.
Summary: The fixed front wheel makes it VERY hard to turn. I just bought it, have used it 3 times and am returning it ASAP. Every time you want to turn even just slightly you have to push down on the handle bars and lift the front wheel to maneuver. It's a great stroller if you never have to turn!
Summary: Not sure that I would take this into the wild. The stability isn't quite there. If cross bracing had been added, I think it could go to most Nat Parks and not worry about the rivets pulling through the frame. For the city though, I think it is very good product.