Summary: nice jogging stroller. good suspension and construction. especially for the price, excellent buy. took my some time getting used to the fixed wheel. i had been debating fixed Vs swivel, and even after reading all the reviews and explanations under the sun, i still didn't know what i should choose one vs the other. ok, so here's the deal.
Summary: I bought this stroller because i needed a stroller that my 50 lb 3 year old in. He is very big for his age so he don't fit in most strollers and with his weight it hard to find a stroller for his weight that wasn't way to expensive. Most people are probly thinking why do I need my 3 yrs old in a stroller anyways. My son has autisum and tries to take off and will not hold my hand. So the stroller is the the best option for his safety.
Summary: OK, it may have been a fluke, but we ran to the park for the first time ever and while i was doing push-ups my 1 year old girl took her first steps. Seriously, i researched all of the strollers, even took some for a test and the Joovy is awesome. and this red one is cheap. all around perfect. i read that the front wheel was misaligned on some, but mine works great. rides smooth, and my girl loves the upright sitting position. the sun cover is perfect.
Summary: This is a wonderful jogging stroller HOWEVER....this is not meant for a petite framed women or man. Since the handlebar is not adjustable it measures 42" high. MOST, but not all, other jogging strollers usually sit at 40" high. Otherwise, this would be the PERFECT jogging stroller. Sadly, I will be returning it but I would recommend it either way for slightly taller people (I am a tad over 5 feet) probably who range from 5' 4" and taller.
Summary: The first thing people need to understand about this stroller is that the front wheel is stationary. It does not swivel. This is actually a good thing when your running because a front wheel that turns would be swerving all over the place the entire time. So you actually have to lean the stroller back and lift up front end a little to make it turn.
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Easy To Set Up, Great Price, Smooth Ride
Summary: This stroller is great for jogging! I appreciate that the handle is at a good height, I'm 5'4" and it's very comfortable and easy to maneuver by either applying pressure to the back tires or simply putting more pressure on one side. In reviews I read people complaining about it being too tall for shorter women and hard to manuever, not the case! I love that it comes with a tire pump, parent tray and rain cover. It is made of quality materials and the ride is smooth.
Summary: This stroller is GREAT! My husband and I were recently relocated to a small town where the roads are not paved too well, also many dirt roads. This stroller does great on bumpy roads. We debated between the 360 and this but chose this one because of a review saying it does better on the beach than the swivel wheel does (we have family in California). The price is also awesome. Our son just turned 3 and he fits perfect in this jogger, with room to grow.
Summary: I spent hours and hours comparing joggers, and although I was somewhat smitten with a couple of the higher priced top of the line brands, and also was tempted to go with a swivel wheel, I stuck to my guns on what I really wanted a jogger to be for me. A jogger! I need something safe, durable, with quality material and design. I need something I can get in shape with, and keep my son happy and comfortable while I do it.
Summary: I really like this stroller. It is a fixed wheel stroller and large, definitely not one you'd take to the mall, but I use it for running and walking. It is sturdy, easy to maneuver and my 9 month old seems to enjoy it. I love the moon roof feature in the very large canopy. Came with a great rain cover, wrist leash and cupholder/cell phone holder. My husband didn't seem to have any major issues in putting it together. Love that the weight limit is 75 lbs.
Summary: This is a nice jogger. Don't buy it for regular use because the front wheel will drive you crazy like a bad shopping cart. But if you already have a regular stroller, pick this up for jogging. The fixed front wheel has a bit of a learning curve, but it is the way to go if you are running long distances. Don't be frustrated right away. The baby is very comfy in this thing and the seat reclines way back when she falls asleep.