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Baby Jogger 2019 / 2020 City Mini GT2 Double Stroller - Jet

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The Baby Jogger City Mini GT2 Double Stroller is now in an updated design with forever air rubber tires and all-wheel suspension. The signature one-step in-seat fold lets you fold the double stroller quickly and easily. Each seat features adjustable calf support and near-flat recline for your children's comfort. The adjustable handlebar, hand-operated parking brake, and extra-large storage basket provide convenience. UV 50 canopies with magnetic peekaboo windows keep your children shaded.

Uncompromised Agility

Forever air rubber tires with all-wheel suspension mean you're ready for adventure on any terrain.

One-Step In-Seat Fold

Lift both in-seat straps and the City Mini GT2 Double Stroller folds itself quickly and easily.

Adjustable Handlebar

Find the perfect fit to make strolling as comfortable for you as it is for them.

Hand-Operated Parking Brake

With a simple click, your stroller is locked for easy unloading.

Adjustable Calf Support

Make sure your children are riding comfortably with the adjustable calf support.

Near-Flat Recline

Seats recline to near-flat position to find the best angle for your growing kids.

UV50 Canopies

Full-coverage UV 50 canopies with magnetic peekaboo windows keep children shaded and let you keep an eye on them.

Review Summary
4.6
8 Reviews
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88% Recommend this product (7 of 8 responses)
 
By NickiE
Minneapolis, MN
Perfect for two kiddos
July 1, 2020
I was a little skeptical placing an order because I have never used this website, but after hearing a lot of good comments from other moms I decided to get it. Stroller is the EXACT same stroller at other large retail chains. I actually called BabyJogger because of a separate item and they suggested using albee baby! Fast shipping and item was perfect.
ProsFast shipping! Larger discount codes than offered via big name brand stores.
ConsNone
Best UsesTwo kiddos
By Mila
WA
City MINI GT 2 double
June 17, 2020
While stroller looks great and very stylish the only positive what I found is that it has magnetic windows and calf support. Fabric came bit stained with paint I think from manufacture which means it ll be hard to maintain clear whoever will have it. 2020 is a lot narrower including foot rest and itā€™s not as convenient for older kids as 2018 model which has deeper wider seats and wider foot rest and better wheels. 2020 changed wheels and changed the way it lock unlock wheels. I think baby jogger might have problem with that unlocking wheel feature because the stroller we got one wheel kept going into locked mode which made it impossible to turn stroller around and we tried stroller without kids on it and it was still sliding off. Albeebaby was kind enough to exchange it with older model and for that I will put 5 stars in BIzrate, but 2020 model didnā€™t impress me the way I thought it will, while itā€™s awesome to have separate belly bars itā€™s actually very price to buy them separately. I think baby jogger should either sell 2 bars for one price or like many other brands have stroller already come with those bars because it just increases childā€™s safety. Stroller looks cool n probably good for children below 2, but for older kids new model is uncomfortable. I donā€™t know what changes they made to make stroller heavier than 2018 model, if seats way too narrow and footrest is very small and not comfy. Iā€™m waiting for mine 2018 model to use!!! Itā€™s still on its way :)
ProsMagnetic windows, calf support, bit easier to access underneath basket yet still not very open. Tray attaches directly to frame for each child and better variety for car seats to be used with stroller.
ConsToo narrow, smaller and slim seats. Even they it mentioned height didn?t change then the way canopy seat changed because older kids will bump into canopy, plus for children older than 2 if they a little bit chubby (not even a lot just tiny little) seat is not comfy enough, not enough room, not wide enough, foot rest is not comfortable at all, I don?t know who designed it but what did they think that child will have only 1 foot down? It?s ok for smaller kids but not for children older than 2. Fabric is very easy to stain and harder to clean. I think both models have equal soft seats. Still don?t understand if stroller was made but narrow yet back wheels are made wide which is what probably made stroller heavier. Smaller wheels and not as wide as previous model more like rubber wheels rather than air filled look although company states they are forever air filled but still different than 2018 model. Wheel lock more likely will bring parents with every other stroller an issue because of the way it?s made and might slight back into locked position. Older model locks by the looks look better
Best UsesFor children under 2.
By Marci F.
Rancho Cucamonga
Best stroller
June 14, 2020
I bought the stroller when my kids were small. Nine years ago. I now bought the stroller for my brother and sister-in-law who are having their second baby. I couldnā€™t be more happy with it. Everything about its features is awesome. Itā€™s easy to put together itā€™s easy to lift and itā€™s so comfortable for both kids. My favorite feature is the part where it lifts for their little legs. But because of it you can get into the storage space under the stroller. Whoever designed this had moms with two babies in mind. Oh and by the way on occasion I still use my stroller for my seven and eight-year-old. Itā€™s so durable it has lasted all these years.
By rebecca r.
rockford Michigan
AWESOME stroller ~ Baby Jogger 2019 City Mini GT2 double stroller.....LOVE LOVE it.
June 4, 2020
purchased the Baby Jogger 2019 City Mini GT2 Double Stroller - Carbon for my daughter and her two littles....it is easy to pop open and light weight to push. Love the concept that both babies can ride side by side.
Proslight weight and easy to open and close....Bonus is both babies can ride side by side.
ConsNONE yet
By Tosha
Knoxville
City Mini GT2
May 29, 2020
I did a lot of research when comparing side-by-side double strollers. For me, it had to have an adapter for my Britax B-Safe 35 infant carrier or it was automatically eliminated as a contender. I had it narrowed down to two (Britax B-Lively double and the BOB Revolution Flex 3.0 Duallie double), until Baby Jogger came out with the latest double model. Why didnā€™t I consider the earlier version? Well I did! I was very interested in the City Mini GT, but it was quickly eliminated as an option due to it not being compatible with my Britax infant car seat. (I really liked a the price that Albee Baby offers the earlier model and the fact you usually can find it on a flash sale offering an additional discount.)

I personally had to weigh the pros and cons between the three strollers for my own personal wants and needs. Unfortunately, there were some things that I didnā€™t know about the GT2 until I unpackaged and put it together. Unfortunately, during the pandemic I was unable to compare models in person at a store. However, most stores donā€™t offer the doubles in store, so pandemic or not this could have been an issue.

Overall, I am happy with my decision given minor personal flaws for the time period I will likely get use out of the double stroller. (My first born who is on the higher end of the growth percentile will turn four right before the arrival of my second. I know I will get a yearā€™s worth of use and am hopeful for two.) If I could have a guaranteed two years or more use out of the stroller, I think I would have been able to justify the price tag of the BOB with all the accessories I needed.

Itā€™s definitely going to be an inconvenience to not being able to use the accessories. Another inconvenience is the fact that the five-point completely disengages when the release button is pressed. With my Britax and BOB strollers, Iā€™ve become accustomed to the shoulder and hip strap staying connected (with the option to completely separate them) to make buckling a cinch. I definitely prefer the harness on the Britax and BOB over the Baby Jogger. I fear that itā€™s going to be even more difficult piecing the harness together when trying to buckle a wiggling child. Itā€™s definitely more time consuming than it should be! Iā€™m also not a fan of having to rethread the straps to adjust the height of the straps. This is due to being spoiled with the easy, to thread adjustment to Britax and BOB offer.

Additionally, the one-hand recline will be missed as the GT2 requires both hands to recline. This makes me fear that a sleeping child may wake when I stop to recline the seat. Also stinks that Iā€™ll have to stop my momentum in order to adjust the recline when a child falls asleep on our power walk.

Even though I could have used the child tray on the opposite side of the infant carrier on the Britax B-Lively (as itā€™s one piece that is guaranteed to work together at the same time), I think the all terrain wheels on the GT2 is more necessary for my long term needs. In all reality, itā€™ll be six months at most until the lack of usability of accessories is no longer an issue.

I am excited to have all terrain, all suspension tires without worrying about them going flat.

Another thing to know: You cannot hang items from the handlebar such as a diaper bag. I do not believe I read this in any other reviews I had read. Iā€™m sure plenty of people do, and/or even use a mommy clip to hang items. I personally would be afraid that the extra weight would compromise the mobility of the adjustable features of the handlebar.

The basket is everything you will read about. I personally only use the underneath basket of strollers for small items (mostly toys that my child couldnā€™t live without but no longer wants to hold once a walk begins). I will totally need to retrieve these items from the side or front, but think Iā€™ll be able to toss them in from the back while walking. I can also easily put my Ju-Ju-Be snack packs in the basket, again from the side.

Overall, I am pleased with my purchase. I think that it will meet my needs in any condition. However, if the Britax B-Lively double offered all terrain tires I would have preferred it for the money and my personal preferences. If my children were closer in age, I would have purchased the BOB Revolution Flex 3.0 duallie double hands down. However, I probably also would have preferred to have a smaller double stroller such at the Baby Jogger or Britax models mentioned. I donā€™t think I would want to take the BOB everywhere, like for adventures that size would be an issue or shopping trips. The GT2 is definitely a nice looking stroller that has a super smooth stroll. In my personal opinion, the upgrades are definitely worth the increase in the price tag!
ProsThis newer model finally has a Britax infant adapter! (The earlier version of the double did not allow you to use a Britax carrier.) Super easy to put together. Smooth, one-hand push. Large peek-a-boo window. Breathable, mesh on the back (when the seat(s) are reclined). Basket it easily accessible from the front. However, I?m not sure how well/easy to use the adjustable footrest is going to work. Adjustable handlebar. All terrain, but not air-filled, tires! Hand brake on the side is easy to use and out of the way.
Cons5-point harness completely separates when the release button is pressed. Have to completely rethread straps to adjust height. This in turn does not allow for a perfect height, as you will have to chose the hole that is closest to your child?s shoulder. Cannot have the canopy installed, or fully extend the canopy on the opposite seat, when the Britax infant seat adapter is installed. Also, cannot use the child tray on the opposite seat either. (I predict the same case for the belly bar.) The peek-a-boo windows are a plastic/vinyl-like material. I would have preferred the breathable mesh option. Adjustable footrest has limited positions. There?s not a double parent console made specifically for the double. (I purchased the BOB double console. It?s going to work good enough, but definitely does not fit this stroller the way it?s intended to fit the BOB).
Best UsesWalking - on any terrain Shopping It?s Disney Approved!
By Susan
Nashua, New Hampshire
Great side by side stroller
April 28, 2020
Itā€™s a great side by side double stroller with a great push and suspension, love the roomy seats and the added leg rest. Itā€™s a bit heavy and big when folded.
By Melissa
Alden, NY
Cadillac of double strollers
April 5, 2020
Iā€™ve had my eye on this stroller for over a year and it does not disappoint. Rides like a tank, easy to maneuver, super smooth, easy fold, beautiful design. And it now comes with adapters for my Britax baby carrier/car seat. Yahoo!
By Aprille
Michigan
Seems amazing so far
March 5, 2020
Baby #2 is not here yet so I havenā€™t had a chance to actually use the stroller, but I love everything so far. This is my second Baby Jogger stroller (had the single city mini gt for Baby #1) and the brand is fantastic. The quality is just top notch and this model has a few extra bells and whistles too. I love how I can clip in the Baby Jogger car seat, which we already had, with easy adapters for the newborn months. Magnetic windows, hand and foot brake, amazing maneuvering, and baby footrests!! Iā€™m super excited to use this stroller!
Customer service with Albee Baby was great- I had originally ordered a different double stroller and they helped me to exchange it for this one. I also ordered the car seat adapter from Albee! Highly recommend!

Q&A
1 Question & 1 Answer
Erica
from Los Angeles, ca asked:
June 17, 2020
What is the weight limit per seat?
1 Answer
50 lbs.
Submitted by: Albee Baby on June 17, 2020


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