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Baby Trend Expedition Jogging Stroller - Phantom

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  • Weight Range: up to 50 lbs
  • Height Range: up to 42" tall
  • Includes 5-point safety harness
  • Parent tray with 2 cup holders
  • Child tray with 2 cup holders
  • Large storage basket
  • Multi-position, reclining, padded seat
  • Adjustable canopy
  • 16" rear and 12" front all-terrain tires
  • Effortless trigger fold reduces the Baby Trend jogger stroller to a compact unit
  • Assembly required

Item # JG94068R

The Baby Trend jogger stroller is the perfect solution for your active lifestyle. Outstanding convenience and ease of use make this Expedition model an excellent choice.
By Grandma Julie
Wilmington calif.
I wish someone would push me in of these GREAT !!!
July 26, 2014
I bought this stroller for my grandson Matthew and after reading all these great reviews , I'm glad I did ! My grandson is only one and luvs pushing it around wit no one in it . And it's been though a lot , bumping into walls and him climbing in and out of it LOL ! And this stroller passed every test a one yr old can do it ! I luv this Jogging stroller ! Or should I call it : For A one yr old battering ram LoL !! I am very a very pleased grandma !!!!
ProsIt's very reasonable in price and very reliable .
August 10, 2012
By Kathleen H.
Milan, Missouri
Easy to navigate stroller
July 31, 2012
For our first son, I was given a different type stroller, one with four wheels. It worked fine, just hard to navigate on uneven ground and gravel roads. When our second son was born in January my youngest sister suggested that I buy a jogging stroller, since I walk a lot on the gravel road. Since our purchase, my husband and I love the jogging stroller because it is much easier to navigate, and works great on gravel roads for walking. My oldest son loves to push his younger brother around in it because it is easy to navigate. The tires are larger and much sturdier than my other stroller. I highly recommend this type of stroller to anyone who lives on a gravel road and wants a stroller easy to navigate!
Prosgreat for rock roads, easy to navigate, easy to transport
By Pleased mom
Southern Illinois
July 14, 2012
LOVE this stroller! Happy with everything about it. Pushes so easily. Daughter comfortable and enjoys the ride. Only regret is that I did not buy it sooner. Good price, too.
By Gay Henry
Yuma, CO
Love this stroller
July 2, 2012
We love this stroller. I am a long legged grandma that can walk with a full stride pushing this stroller. We like to take little Hesston's shoes off and put water in the foot tray and let him splash and cool off while we are walking. Lots of fun and a great product.
By Jacob
June 29, 2012
Got it quick easy to assemble doesn't fit the best in small truncks but we love the mobility of it.
By Chiara
good deal for jogging
June 7, 2012
we purchased this stroller for my 15 months old boy. He loves it and he is very confortable in the stroller. The stroller is great. We were concerned because it sounded "cheap" but we wanted a second stroller for jogging a copuple of times a week. We would buy it again.
Prosvery good price for its quality
Consthe canvas cannot be removed for washing.
By Hannah
Kalispell, Montana
Best Stroller!!
May 15, 2012
As a small (and rather stupid) woman, it was very important to me for my stroller to fold easily, and this one is perfect. Sooo easy to fold and manage! The harness is excellent, everything is high quality, and when folded, it is a fairly compact stroller that will fit in the trunk of our sedan. The tires are large, but easy to maneuver; something that is very important to us living in the country! And boy, does this baby glide! I love this stroller so much! Any more money, and you are simply paying for cuteness and gadgets over plain ease and functionality!
Prossturdy easy to fold reasonably compact no gadgets or gizmos large tires smooth ride adjustable reclining seat snack tray drink holder for Mom & baby very maneuverable
By Jo
Southern Maryland
Great purchase
April 19, 2012
Bought this for my grandson so when I see him I don't have to worry about where his "at home" stroller is, usually in one of his parent's car trunk.. I always carry it in my car, it folds up and fits nicely in my Accord trunk. It's a dream to push and he really enjoys our walks, it was very easy to assemble and seems of very nice quality, especially for the price. .
April 17, 2012
By Bren
Southwest, FL
Great stroller...Love it!
April 14, 2012
We live in the country at the end of a long winding dirt grandaughter loves it outside so jogging keeps us both happy...I wanted a stroller that could get through the sand and stones to the main works perfectly and great quality... The harness is super easy... I chose the neutral colors for future grandchildren.
ProsIts been over a month and I like everything so far.
ConsOne of the rubber grippers is not pushed up equal to the other, but its not a problem with the performance.
By Dena
Ilwaco, WA
LOVE this stroller!
April 3, 2012
This is hands down the easiest stroller to manuver! You can also snap off the wheels to make it easier to fit in tight places.
By Kara
Monteview, Idaho
good deal
March 26, 2012
I really like this stroller. Great for use in the country on dirt roads or pavement.
By Gypmina
Love it!!
February 9, 2012
I love this stroller. It is lighter than I expected considering it is a big stroller. I use it for all-terrain walking mostly and it works great. My daughter seems very comfortable in it when we go for walks. The only thing I don't like is that you have to have the seat all the way reclined to fold it up but it isn't that much of a hassle. The price makes it worth it.
By April caughlin
Tonkawa, Ok
Trend Expedition Jogging Stroller-Phantom
February 6, 2012
I just got this stroller today. It is awesome. I already had a jogging stroller but wanted another one so i could leave one at my in-laws because I walk with my father-in-law and it's a pain to put the stroller in the car every time. We both live on gravel roads out in the country so I needed one that could go on gravel. I spent 200 dollars on the first one I bought and this one is 5 times better. It is light weight, has a small turning radius, isn't as bulky as other jogging strollers and the sun shade adjusts to block the sun from any angle. It's a great stroller and the price is unbeatable. I never review anything that I buy but I was so grateful to the other 2 people who reviewed this stroller that I thought I'd help. I will buy this as a baby shower gift at my next baby shower.
By nadine mccauley
baby trend expedition jogging stroller - phantom
January 11, 2012
all i imaged it to be - easy to handle - would recommend it to everyone
Proshandles very well -
By ashly pittman
jogging stroller
December 25, 2011
This stroller is excellent. I received it in excellent condition. I use it just about everyday. I was skeptical at first because it was soouy cheap. But it turned out to be awesome. I use it for walking and jogging. Its light weight and almost seems seems like it glides.
By Cathryn M.
St. Louis, MO
Exactly what we were looking for!
December 6, 2011
You won't find a better jogging stroller at this price no matter where you look. It's as handy and durable as models 3 times its cost! Our favorite features are the movable canopy, the enormous storage basket, how easy it is to fold and how flat it goes, and the fact that the front wheel locks or unlocks. The ability to unlock the front wheel is a VERY important feature--make sure you get a stroller with both capabilities! If you're jogging with it, you must be able to lock the front wheel or you'll get major vibration problems; that's just how 3-wheeled vehicles work. But if you're out on a casual walk and need some more maneuverability, then having the front wheel unlocked will make your life infinitely easier. The stroller is super adaptable; we use it for everything. For example, I love to walk to the store with my son. The storage basket is so enormous that I can fit almost a week's worth of groceries inside if I pack carefully. I use it with the front wheel unlocked, which makes it really easy to maneuver along narrow grocery store aisles. My husband, on the other hand, loves to take our son jogging. He'll use it with the front wheel locked, giving him and the baby a super smooth ride. He's a long-distance runner, so he'll be gone for 2 or 3 hours and go 15 miles+. Our son (who is 8 months old now) can sit comfortably and watch the world go by, or have a snack from the tray, or take a nap with the back reclined and the canopy down. And one of our favorite things to do as a family is take long walks to different parks and neighborhoods in the area. We'll load up a picnic lunch in the basket and set off on a little adventure exploring, taking turns pushing the stroller. The handle height isn't adjustable, but it seems to somehow magically be perfect for both me (5' 7") and my husband (6' 3"). (If you're extremely short--I'm thinking under 5 feet--then I guess the handle would be a little high, but if you're jogging it's more comfortable to have it higher anyway.) The stroller manages all kinds of terrain without a problem: steep hills, lumpy grass, mud, leaf-clogged gutters, ragged sidewalks--and our son doesn't seem to notice any jostling. We originally bought a Baby Trend travel combo (car seat & stroller) at Target just for the price and car seat features alone; the stroller was a nice afterthought, and when our son was very small, it was nice to have the car seat click in to the stroller. If we had known about this jogging stroller in the first place, we would have only bought the infant car seat and this stroller, since all Baby Trend car seats will click in just the same. This stroller is seriously all you need (well, this and a super compact $15 umbrella stroller once baby is sitting up on his own) when it comes to baby portability. I'm incredibly impressed with how small it folds down for being super durable and sturdy--it's only about 5" taller and maybe 3" thicker when folded than our regular stroller that we got with the car seat. It fits in our car easily, but we have a hatchback so that's not saying much; one of our best friends also has this stroller though, and it fits fine in the trunk of her Kia or her husband's Camry. (If you're having trouble getting it to fold down to its very flattest, make sure the front wheel is unlocked and the seat back is fully reclined.) It's a well-made product that's in just as great of shape now as when we bought it, and trust me, it has really taken a beating. The only downside I can think of--and this is true for every Baby Trend stroller--is that the seat back doesn't recline to being perfectly flat. It will still release down to ALMOST flat, but if you're looking for a seat that must recline to being perfectly flat (say, for a 2-week-old infant who's too floppy to sleep on a slight incline), then I guess I could see that being a dealbreaker. But honestly? If you're taking an infant that small jogging, I would want him/her strapped into a car seat anyway for safety's sake. Just click the car seat in instead and you're good to go! All the little extras make me think that this was designed by a mom, too, or at least someone with experience with kids. The child's cup holder/tray unhooks and flips to one side with the push of a button, making it super easy to get little ones in and out. Every strap length on the 5-point harness is adjustable, so you can customize exactly where the buckle hits (even more so than a car seat) and how snugly you want your baby strapped in. The front wheel is covered by a kick tray that's slightly scooped out, ready to catch any stray pacifiers or toys that get dropped, and it's low enough that even big kids (4 yrs+) won't feel crammed in. The "stuff" holder between the parent cup holders is big enough to hold my cell phone, keys, napkins, a pack of gum, and a zoo map at the same time, and it closes securely so you don't lose anything on a bumpy ride. The cup holders are on the small side, but they're deep enough to keep even tall drinks steady. (For reference, one of those super tall Smart Water bottles fits perfectly.) There are extra little storage pockets on the side of the canopy that we haven't even found a use for yet, and a big peek-through window on the top of the canopy has a mesh lining to vent on very hot days or a roll-back cover to keep off the rain. Seriously, guys? Best. Stroller. Ever. We recommend it to all of our friends.
ProsCompact & convenient folding, durability, tons of storage space, movable canopy, peek-through canopy window, front wheel locks or unlocks, good handle height
ConsSeat doesn't recline to being perfectly flat

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