Nice Push; Lacking Canopy
This stroller has a very nice push. The seat is tall and the insert is nice. Assembly was easy and so is handle adjustment and the brake. GREAT basket. The wheels are large. Good stability and maneuverability even fully loaded.
The seat is a little difficult to reverse and the recline can be tough (it sticks sometimes), and the fold is not as intuitive as the normal Baby Jogger fold. These things get easier with use though. I don't like the way the seat flops if you don't snap the retainer, and the snap is difficult to do up, but at least it stays once snapped. The harness height is a bit difficult to adjust, though not any more than most strollers.
The canopy is not as tall or as large as most Baby Jogger models. I find it rather lacking though I like the magnetic peek-a-boo windows. I'm very disappointed in the fabric of the seat and especially the canopy. This is not a luxury fabric. It feels and looks rough and uncomfortable. At least it is probably durable. I just expected more at this price point.
Overall, if you won't fold it a lot, don't need a fantastic canopy, and the fabric and lack of accessories doesn't bother you, this stroller has great push and storage for long-haul walking. If you need a compact or easy fold, or really want nice fabrics at this price point, you might be happier with something else.
ProsEasy handlebar adjustment
Good leg support
Easy to use hand brake
Unwieldy, large fold
Short canopy compared to seat
Best UsesCracked sidewalks, large children, all-day trips, light terrain