Reviews and Problems with Mountain Buggy Urban Jungle
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Value for money 6
Awesome for baby/toddler comfort in all terrain
the baby Scoop
5 June 2013
Excerpt: Our son Cole gives this 2 thumbs up for the following reasons: -Adjusts to lying down/sitting up position easily with canvas strap behind seat so you can adjust if they fall asleep en route -Smooth ride with large tires good for any terrain -Swivel front wheel makes for smooth turns -Very roomy in the seat for any sized baby/toddler As parents, the things we love about it: -Easy to steer one handed -Handle adjusts to any height -Large storage under seat -Easy to collapse...
Excerpt: I have finally found the perfect stroller! It only took me 5 years and hundreds of dollars. This stroller was recommended to me in a baby store by a mother who could not recommond it highly enough. Always a good sign I say. It's magic is manyfold: it is lightweight, easy to collapse, waterproof, fairly compact (can get into and out of smallish spaces without knowcking people over), and is very easy on the eye.
Summary: We ordered the buggy on a bank holiday Monday and it arrived the next day. The buggy is easy to use and seems very sturdy. It is very manouverable too. Been using it for a week now and really pleased so far.
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Easy To Use, Good Value, Lightweight, Quality Construction
Summary: We bought the Mountain Buggy Urban jogger in Navy when we went to visit my parents in Southern California. We had a weekend RV camping trip planned up in Sequoia, so we thought we'd give this jogger a try. When we received it, my husband and I immediately fell in love with it. The workmanship is impecable, the color is a true navy, the steel panel near the footrest gave it a high-end look. Assembly was super easy. It didn't fold too compactly, but it folded decent.
Pros: Durable, Easily Stowed, Easy To Set Up, Easy To Steer, Sturdy
Cons: Heavy, Pneumatic Tires, Too few recline positions
Summary: Looks good, is light weight and good for city streets BUT this Mountain Buggy doesn't meet the claims in the product description and design/performance is poor.<br /><br />Specifically; not so suitable for strolling in the park and not good manoeverability off road as after a short time pushing the buggy across grass the front wheel jams up with mud and it becomes really difficult to push.
Summary: I have had a couple of prams with our 3 children and none has come close to the ease of use and obvious quality of the Mountain Buggy. Not the chepaest but unquestionably the best. So easy to push around town and on longer walks.[...
Summary: The Mountain buggy urban jungle stroller is safe, durable, comfortable, adaptable, manoeuvrable and much more! The urban jungle has many features including an adjustable front wheel, a lightweight frame, easy care fabric, pockets, sun hood with viewing window, foot operated break, adjustable seat and quick release wheels. The pushchair can be transformed in to a pram when the carrycot is purchased additionally.
Summary: I started using the stroller since my kid was born and still using it now, when he is 6 months old (I had to buy a carrycot for that). I have to say that this is the best stroller that I've ever seen. Its is very easy to put together and take apart. yVery sturdy and durable. And, you can be outside no matter how bad the weather is.
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Easy to Set Up, Easy To Steer, Lightweight, Sturdy
Summary: This is the best stroller out of all the strollers. My husband and I live in the NYC were our stroller is pretty much our car for our child. We have had our old urban since 2007 and now buying a new one. We're buying a new one just because our other one looks like a car does three years later a little messy. It's the best purchase we made stroller wise and couldn't be happier!
Summary: I love this stroller. We live in Europe and walk everywhere! The streets are uneven and I have to "jump" a lot of curbs when crossing the streets. This stroller does it all! The ride is very smooth for my daughter and allowing her to recline when she sleeps is great. The hood is fantastic as it moves both ways so while she faces away from me, I can peek at her by moving the hood away from me a bit -- much better than any "plastic window", which this stroller has too.