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Baby Jogger Vue Lite Single Umbrella Stroller - Shadow

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Description


Specifications

Stroller Weight:
14.5 lbs

Age/Weight Capacity:
Birth to 55 lbs

Open Dimensions (in):
31 L x 19.75 W x 42 H

Folded Dimensions:
39.75 L x 12.25 W x 15.43 H

What's NOT Included:

Cup holder, rain cover


The seat of the Vue Lite reverses direction in a simple one-hand motion so you can face your child toward you when they are little, then flip the seat forward so they can explore the world as they grow.


Multiple recline positions in either direction to make sure that your child is comfortable no matter their view.


The UV 50+ multi-position canopy reverses in one easy step to protect baby from the sun�s rays while facing you or facing the world.


Use the foot release to fold your Vue Lite in an instant. The carrying handle makes transporting your folded stroller a breeze.

The Vue Lite offers lightweight convenience in Baby Jogger's revolutionary reversible seat umbrella stroller. An evolution in umbrella strollers, the Vue Lite can switch from parent facing to forward facing in an instant.

The Fold

Use the foot release to fold your Vue Lite in an instant. The carrying handle makes transporting your folded stroller a breeze.

Reversible Seat

Parent facing or forward facing, you can stroll both ways! The seat of the Vue Lite reverses direction in a simple one-hand motion so you can face your child toward you when they are little, then flip the seat forward so they can explore the world as they grow.

Recline

Multiple recline positions in either direction to make sure that your child is comfortable no matter their view. There is even a multi-position parent facing footwell. And a 55 lb. weight capacity means the Vue Lite can take them all the way from their first days to their first school.

Sun Canopy

The UV 50+ multi-position canopy reverses in one easy step to protect baby from the sun�s rays while facing you or facing the world.

Wheels

You can set your 5� lightweight front wheels to swivel for your daily obstacle course or lock for long distance strolling.

Specifications:

  • Suitable Age: Newborn � 55lbs
  • Stroller Weight: 14 lbs
  • Assembled (L x W x H): 32.5" x 19.75" x 41.75�
  • Folded: 43.25" x 13" x 9.5"

4.2
out of 5.0
89 Reviews
Ratings Snapshot
5 Star
42% (37)
4 Star
48% (43)
3 Star
3% (3)
2 Star
4% (4)
1 Star
2% (2)
92%
of Reviewers
Recommend
We absolutely love this! ❤️❤️❤️
By Yolanda
from Yonkers NY
on August 12, 2020
Verified Buyer
Ordering was simple and the price was affordable. Delivery came a day early and assembly was quick and easy. This stroller is AWESOME! The ride was so smooth and my 2 yes old LOVES the parent facing position. Its comfortable, sturdy easy to operate. I love that it reclines pretty much flat in with front-facing or parent-facing position and the huge hood is absolutely delightful. Covers baby completely in any position. Definitely highly recommend this brand and product Going to gift one to my nephew whos expecting soon!
Recommendations: simplify folding options
Pros
  • Reversible seat
  • Large hood
Best Uses
  • 3rd stroller, 2nd umbrella stroller- It?s the only one I use now!
Cons
  • It takes work to fold
Perfect for grandmas house
By Diana
from NY
on August 5, 2020
Verified Buyer
Love it! We purchased this stroller as a second for grandparents home... use it for infant now when we are not near the crib or the baby just doesnt want to be held all day when outback poolside. Rolls well, love the reversible positions and head incline options. Only comment would be the handles are slightly turned inward making it a tad narrow when placing baby in or out but still well worth the money!
Easy to put together, easy to use.
By Marlene
from Richfield, MN
on July 3, 2020
Verified Buyer
This certainly is worth the dollar amount we paid for it. Well made, rolls easy, even in grass, light weight so easy to carry when not in use. The storage compartment is small under the seat and a little hard to get to, but when we don't use the lay down feature, there is room behind the seat.
Baby Jogger
By Julie Z.
from TX
on June 28, 2020
Verified Buyer
Was thrilled to get such a great stroller for this price! I wanted a bit sturdier for long walks but didn't want anything too heavy so I could travel with it. This does the trick perfectly & with a great gender neutral color.
good and comforrable
By peimin
from Washington dc
on June 27, 2020
Verified Buyer
good and comfortable
Best travel stroller
By Britny
from brookhaven, ms
on June 19, 2020
Verified Buyer
This is the best stroller for travel and airports!
AWESOME!
By Jillian
from New Hampshire
on June 4, 2020
Verified Buyer
So glad I purchased this stroller! Having the option for reversible facing has been amazing! Color is wicked nice too! Not overly bright and can definitely be gender neutral!
Roomy and comfortable for baby
By Toni
from Queens, NY
on May 30, 2020
Verified Buyer
Roomy for baby. Allows more room to lay down. Not as easy to close as most umbrella strollers.
Vue lite stroller
By Jackie
from Louisiana
on May 22, 2020
Verified Buyer
I bought this stroller thought a compact stroller would be convenient. Its was on sale and for the price it is well worth it. The only complaint is folding it, one of the mechanisms gets stuck and its kind of annoying. Other than that its a great little stroller.
Pros
  • Very large canopy. Baby can face you or face foward.
Cons
  • Doesnt close so easily.
Fantastic stroller with some silly flaws
By Ashley
from St. Louis MO
on May 16, 2020
Verified Buyer
I bought this stroller as a second to my 3 wheeled jogging stroller that is quite bulky. I needed a more compact stroller, as we travel quite often for older children's athletics and spend countless hours at the ball fields or in gyms, but one that would still be sturdy and comfortable. This far it has met those expectations and for the price, it's an easy sell. The canopy is large and easily shades the entire stroller, which is incredibly helpful for those sunny days spent at the ball fields. Naps are a breeze in this stroller with both forward and rear facing options. My only real complaint is opening and closing. It's difficult to do, and maybe I'm missing something, or possibly because it's relatively new and not broken in yet, but it's a handed job for sure. Overall, I can't complain. Definitely satisfied with this stroller.
Pros
  • Large canopy. Forward and rear facing options. Tall handles. Maneuvers easily with one hand. And tge recline options are great.
Cons
  • Opening and closing are definitely tricky!
Great Stroller
By Lyndsay
from Willamina
on May 10, 2020
Verified Buyer
Great stroller! Fits my 2.5 and 7 month old too!!
Great umbrella stroller
By Ellie
from Massachusetts
on May 2, 2020
Verified Buyer
Love the versatility of this stroller!
Great umbrella stroller
By Ellie
from Massachusetts
on May 2, 2020
Verified Buyer
Love that this stroller is parent and world facing. Perfect for our baby while traveling.
Pros
  • Parent facing
  • World facing
  • Lightweight
Great Multi-use Stroller
By Alison
from Washington
on April 23, 2020
Verified Buyer
So far this stroller is what We were looking for to get us to and from simple distances. The handles are tall (maybe a little too tall for me at 55), and seems to roll through town navigating the streets to sidewalks. We walk into town with the sunshine behind us, reposition toddler in the other side of the stroller on the way back so son is not in his eyes.
Stroller pushes better then some, but does not glide. The two was design is a brilliant design. The leg room from back of seat to end of stroller is perfect for my toddler- not sure it would be enough for a big kid. The storage under is difficult to get to, but will hold a couple diapers, snack, water bottle and a change of clothes for baby.
Pros
  • -Reclines
  • -Has a brake
  • -Child can ride forward or facing you
Cons
  • -Tall handles
  • -Break scuffs the tor of my shoes when unlocking
Versatile
By Angela
from Memphis, TN
on April 4, 2020
Verified Buyer
Nice stroller-- however it is difficult to unfold and fold up. I'm hoping it's just because it's new. Versatile and baby fits well in it.
Pros
  • Front facing and rear facing
Cons
  • Hard to unfold and fold up
Nice stroller!
By Becca
from Seattle, Washington
on March 26, 2020
Verified Buyer
So far we really like the stroller. The way it folds takes some getting used to and we are hoping the seat back holds up over time and use. The stroller was very easy to put together. Its a really fun color and seems comfy for my 1 1/2 year old. Excited to use it more and love how compact it is for keeping in our vehicle.
Pros
  • Compact
  • Lightweight
  • Easy to use
  • Comfortable
Best Uses
  • It would be great in most places.
Cons
  • Closing the stroller takes getting used to. It is a two hand kind of job.
  • The storage is pretty small and can be a little tricky to get into.
Exactly as described
By Jacqulyn H.
from Wisconsin
on February 29, 2020
Verified Buyer
It was much eAsier to put together. Love how solid it feels. I wish there had been a bit more padding in back rest but that the only slight issue. All in all I love it. It will be going on its first trip soon.
Convenient with a few technical issues
By Michelle
from California
on February 22, 2020
Verified Buyer
Love the size, rear facing option, adjustable footrest in rear facing, handle height for tall parents, large canopy, and ease of pushing. There are a few things I don't love. Right out of the box, the canopy is difficult to tell which way to attach it, and yes, it matters. It's also very difficult to force to clip on. Once that's tackled it becomes apparent that the tight packaging puts so much pressure on the canopy with how it's folded and crammed inside, that the shape is distorted and leans to one side. Some heavy handed bending and squeezing in the needed places can bring the shape somewhat back to center but the problem is still visible. This stroller is very difficult to open and close. Opening takes a lot of force, and closing additionally requires a second step. Neither of these operations is a one handed task. This is definitely the most difficult to operate stroller I've ever used, and that's speaking from 5 of my own kids and 18 years of home childcare. There have been many strollers to compare to. From baby's comfort standpoint, the straps are initially set at the largest possible setting, which uses all the slack and makes the initial sizing adjustments difficult and time consuming because the clips are attached with the double through strap configuration. Once baby is in and secure, the angle of the back rest only comes up as far as semi reclined. For older babies, over a year maybe, this may not be an issue because they can pull themselves forward to sit up without the backrest. And for very young babies that prefer to lay down this won't be a problem either. However, for babies in that middle zone, maybe 4 months to 1 year, that would like to sit up and look around, but can't yet support themselves with the stroller movement and bumps, this forces them to balance on their tailbone while their hips slump out from under them. This is not a sound sitting position and time spent sitting like this should be limited to very short sessions. There is also no padding under the seat. So as baby gets wider, their. Hips and outer thighs will be sitting directly on the bars of the frams that run under the seat. My baby is too small for this to be a problem yet, but I expect it will require some kind of additional padding at some point. Another place where baby's comfort is affected is the shoulder straps. They are set close together, which is perfect for little babies. However the material chosen is extremely abrasive. In the rear facing position, this has been addressed with shoulder pads. They work fine. However, in the forward facing position there are no pads and in order to move the pads from the back, the entire strap system has to be disassembled. This is not an easy task in this stroller and the issue could've been addressed by making the supplied covers removable by Velcro or snap. My 8 month old baby seated in the forward facing seat sustained significant friction burns on his neck from these straps. Additional strap covers will have to be purchased to make this seat usable. The basket is very small and only accessable from the front. This works for a diaper, a pack of wipes, and a water bottle, but isn't going to fit a diaper bag, not even a small one. When folding there a few issues. In addition to the force and second step needed to fold, the fabric from the sides gets caught up in the latch, preventing it from locking into place without extra deatil work. Also, if you fold it forward in itself instead of lifting the front wheels up with your other hand, the canopy and top of the front seat will press all the way into the ground. This gets dirt, mud, parking lot much, whatever, right where baby puts their head. Also be aware that this stroller folds into a wide v shape, not flat. So it requires an awkward amount of space in the trunk. Also worth noting, although minor, the brakes work a little oddly. Instead of being a step on, lift off procedure, these are a step in, kick off. You need to firmly kick the top of the lever forward to release the brakes. In closed toed shoes this is no problem, but if you wear sandles or flip flops often it will take some practice to figure out how you can kick this release hard enough to operate it without jamming your toes. Overall this stroller is just fine for quick trips from the car to pick up other kids from school, maybe a walk around the block, a brief shop through a department store, etc. This is not going to be your main stroller, one that you'll use for long walks, grocery shopping, a day trip to the mall, or a place for baby to sit through a siblings sports game. And be prepared to make additional purchases to make this seat comfortable for baby, including additional strap covers and seat padding.
Pros
  • Inexpensive, lightweight, front and rear facing, near-flat recline option, tall handles, large canopy
Best Uses
  • Quick trips, short walks, babies under 4 months, babies over 1 year
Cons
  • Packaging damages product, abrasive straps, difficult to assemble, difficult to adjust straps, poor seat padding, difficult brake release, difficult to open, difficult to close, difficult to latch shut, small basket, basket access only at front, no fully vertical back rest position, folds to awkward shape
Great Umbrella Stroller!
By Lauren
from Richland Center, Wisconsin
on February 17, 2020
Verified Buyer
This is a great little umbrella stroller, and the parent facing mode with a click of a button is genius! The canopy is HUGE, and the footrest is moveable so my son can nap comfortably. My only complaint is that its hard to fold and unfold, and if you have anything hanging from the handles, it will tip over once you remove your child. So my parent console with my coffee, and water in it spilled everywhere when I removed my son. Other than that, no complaints! Especially for the price!
Pros
  • Lightweight, parent facing, front facing, huge canopy, easy push, looks nice, extendable footrest.
Best Uses
  • Travel, car stroller, shopping.
Cons
  • Hard to fold, hard to unfold.
Baby jogger
By Dawn
from Indiana
on January 29, 2020
Verified Buyer
This actually a very very nice stroller the only reason Im giving it av4 stars is for two reasons 1 it is very difficult to open. And 2 the straps for buckling in baby have loose straps after adjusting them and theres no where to put them safely. Thy part is very disappointing for the money though you wont find a better made stroller
Lightweight and Versatile
By Serina
from Lawton, Michigan
on December 6, 2019
Verified Buyer
This is one of the only umbrella strollers made that can parent-face, and that is a huge benefit. I love the ENORMOUS canopy that keeps your little one protected from the sun and also allows older toddlers to hide in their own little cave.
Pros
  • Huge canopy, reversible, umbrella fold, adjustable footrest when parent-facing
Best Uses
  • Travel
Cons
  • Slightly heavy for an umbrella stroller, no adjustable footrest when forward-facing
Nice stroller
By Vicki
from Alabama
on September 21, 2019
Verified Buyer
The stroller is very well made. It is very hard to open and close. It is not very compact. It has a lot of great features.
Pros
  • Comfortable. Easy to push. Well made.
Best Uses
  • Shopping. Not a good choice to use outside.
Cons
  • Pain to open and close. Not compact. Takes up a lot of space.
Love this stroller
By Mia P.
from Lakewood, Ca
on August 18, 2019
Verified Buyer
The color is a really nice red. It is light weight as described. Overall, a good purchase.
Pros
  • Light weight, large sunshade, front or back facing seat, fairly easy to assemble
Cons
  • Can be difficult to open and close the stroller
Good product
By Qing
from Fremont, California
on August 13, 2019
Verified Buyer
Most of it is good. Only it is too narrow for toddler.
Great little Stroller
By Amy
from Worcester, Massachusetts
on August 13, 2019
Verified Buyer
I bought this stroller solely for the fact that you could face it outward or towards you. It was lightweight and quite durable. Happy with my purchase and I would recommend to others
Light weight and reversible !
By Carolyn
from Pasco, Washington
on August 4, 2019
Verified Buyer
My Daughter so far loves this stroller. We put it together, which was easy. We tried forward and the reversible position, which was fine, but the canopy was difficult to figure out. We watched a utube video to figure it out. Its very nice to have the baby facing the adult.
Pros
  • Reversible
Best Uses
  • Light weight
Perfect Umbrella Stroller for Infant
By Kathleen
from San Diego, CA
on July 31, 2019
Verified Buyer
There aren't any travel strollers that are good for infants, but this one is perfect! Our baby is not even 4 months and he loves it. Great for the airport or just neighborhood walks. It's definitely a bit hard to fold, but still worth it!
Baby Stroller
By Jessie
from Alvarez
on July 23, 2019
Verified Buyer
I like the back and forward seating setting.
Pros
  • It?s good for traveling.
Great reversible lightweight stroller
By Paula T.
from Florida
on July 23, 2019
Verified Buyer
My baby loves the reversible option, its great to take a nap. Light weight and easy to move.
A reversible lightweight stroller
By Michelle
from Chatham TownshipC, New Jersey
on July 11, 2019
Verified Buyer
I ordered it since my previous umbrella stroller is very hard to push and change direction. I quickly set it up and this stroller is light and very easy to move around. I feel that I won't need the seat to face backward since I mostly use it for kid not infant. It took me a while to figure out how to unfold it. You need to step on a switch on the back frame which is not very obvious to me until I watched youtube vide. Overall, it is a lightweight umbrella stroller with nice maneuverability and can be brought to airplane.
Great Umbrella Stroller
By Molly
from Belmont, California
on July 2, 2019
Verified Buyer
So excited to have found this Vue Lite Stroller since it was discontinued recently. I was looking for a quality umbrella stroller to have on hand when it didn't want to use my everyday stroller. While this is a bit heavier than most umbrella strollers, I do love that I can switch my baby to be front facing or rear facing. Fabulous price for a great stroller!
Good backup stroller
By Jing
from Odenton, MD
on June 26, 2019
Verified Buyer
This has become our backup stroller. We used it even inside the house. My son is about 5 months old and he loves to take a nap in it during the day. However, its not very easy to fold together and pack away like the baby jogger mini city. Overall, we likes it quite a lot, especially considering how affordable this is.
Pros
  • Baby loves it
  • Two positions
Cons
  • Hard to fold together
Pretty good
By Josh B.
from USA
on June 17, 2019
Verified Buyer
Great except for the canopy, which I can live with since its just an umbrella stroller
Pros
  • Parents facing mode
Best Uses
  • Travel, restaurants and shops
Cons
  • Horrible canopy but it?s large so it?ll work.
very versatile
By K K.
from Massachusetts
on May 16, 2019
Verified Buyer
Love the sturdiness and the ability to have baby facing forward or facing the pusher of carriage. It is well built
the reason for 4 stars is because the hood is difficult to put on.
Pros
  • Nice size
  • versatility
  • good height on handles
  • locking wheels
  • adjustable back and foot rest for baby
Best Uses
  • Carting baby comfortably
Cons
  • My concern is with the 1 year guarantee, because was manufactured in 2014. If it's brand new why doesn't it still have a 5 year guarantee? If there was no use of the product it should still have 5 years worth of service.
Hard to fold
By KB
from Massachusetts
on May 12, 2019
Verified Buyer
I wouldnt have bought this stroller again. Its extremely hard to fold/unfold. Not worth the struggle. The positive is it has a very large sum canopy (why I purchased it). Our main stroller is by the same brand - the city select - which we love. Also wished it had a larger and easier to access basket underneath to hold items.
Pros
  • Great sun canopy
  • Less weight than some of baby joggers other strollers
Cons
  • Hard to fold
  • Very small basket underneath
Great umbrella stroller
By Lauren
from Ft lauderdale, FL
on April 24, 2019
Verified Buyer
This stroller is an incredible price for a premium stroller. It is very lightweight and maneuvers well. It folds a little bit differently but, once you get the hang of that you are good to go. The basket is a tad hard to access but, comparatively it serves its purpose.
3rd time’s a charm
By Jennifer
from East wenatchee, Washington
on April 13, 2019
Verified Buyer
after three different strollers, we found this one to be the perfect overall. We love how it flips the seat to a forward or reverse facing with just a pull of a lever. It lies almost completely flat, which is also a bonus for a sleeping infant. And did I mention that the canopy is HUGE? Fold up easy and even has a nice little spot to put your purse when the seat is in forward facing position.

Only one con and that is that is took us quite a bit of time to figure out how to fully use this. Not too much of an issue though, thanks to YouTube!
best Parent (rear) facing umbrella stroller option
By Kate
from Texas
on March 13, 2019
Verified Buyer
There is no "perfect" stroller... just one that is "best" (checks most boxes) for each family/individual.
we own a nice (Thule) jogging stroller which is a must due to moderately frequent fitness, and environment (rural gravel/dirt driveway). However for traveling, navigating cities, a long jogging stroller (even if not heavy) doesn't work well. Thus my search for a lightweight or umbrella stroller began.
Our child was just over a year when we needed such an option and as much as I love the Thule Urban Glide ---it, and all other off-road/all-terrain jogging stroller options do NOT offer a rear-facing/parent-facing option (very disappointing!). Many friends have/love the City Select so I knew the Baby Jogger brand. The Vue is one of very few (short of buying another full size stroller like Ergobaby 180 or 2018 (redesigned) Baby Jogger City Tour Lux) umbrella strollers offering a rear-facing/parent facing option.
Basically it came down to this or Urbini Reversi (sold only online at Walmart) which I wasn't sure quality wise would hold up (and also wouldn't fold in rear/parent facing mode). Even with the known flaws (basket size & accessibility) and unknown (folding nightmare) - being that the cost is currently (2019) equal btwn the 2 options I had narrowed down to, I still think this was the better choice for us.
Pros
  • (1) lightweight.
  • (2) really fantastic (large!) sun canopy
  • (3) rear/parent facing mode is awesome! very "nap" friendly
  • (4) easy to navigate
  • (5) small footprint/size
  • (6) neutral colors (more than just black/grey) without obnoxious characters.
  • (7) easy break (though can be a pain on stairs)
Best Uses
  • city terrain - sidewalks, etc.
  • short trips into stores, museums, etc.
  • crowded areas (malls)
  • traveling
Cons
  • (1) Folding is HARD. it's not easy and it's also NOT COMPACT. and doesn't self stand
  • (2) forward facing is a VERY SHORT seat (i.e. may not work for many older kids in strollers (3+)
  • (3) basket is small and somewhat difficult to access...but I was aware/knew and okay with when purchased.
  • (4) no cup holder (parent or child)
  • (5) I wouldnt expect this of ANY umbrella stroller but worth noting that handlebars are NOT adjustable. it does comfortably fit many people though ranging from 5'3" - 6'3", without having to stoop.
Great
By Kimoon
from College station, Texas
on March 4, 2019
Verified Buyer
This stroller I ordered is really great for my kid.
Very light and easy controllable.
Pros
  • Both sides available
Cons
  • None
Stady but it so hard to open and close
By Chenny
from Downey CA
on February 27, 2019
Verified Buyer
The stroller is good and fit my son that have a big and tall body. But it is so hard for us to open and close it.
GOOD STROLLER BUT..........
By HROD
from MIAMI, Florida
on February 18, 2019
Verified Buyer
GOOD STROLLER, BUT THE WHEELS ARE VERY SMALL AND RIGID. VERY DIFFICULT TO MANEUVER! GOOD MATERIAL. I DO NOT RECOMMEND IT IN IRREGULAR TERRAINS.
Pros
  • COMFORTABLE FOR THE BABY
  • PROTECTS FROM THE WIND AND THE SUN
Cons
  • UNCOMFORTABLE TO DRIVE IT
Great convertible stroller!
By Esmeralda
from San Diego, CA
on February 2, 2019
Verified Buyer
I was looking for a compact easy to use stroller for my 6 month old boy. This one is a winner!
Pros
  • Dual front and rear facing
Cons
  • Opening and closing takes practice
Great stroller
By Daniele G.
from Overland Park, Kansas
on January 24, 2019
Verified Buyer
Great stroller.... light weight... bought it for our family cruise, we love baby jogger products
Nice stroller
By Jessica
from Monday
on January 14, 2019
Verified Buyer
I havent messed with this too much but it seems like a durable stroller which is what we were concerned about when buying one. My daughter is already 18mo so the two sets of straps and ability to reverse really does nothing for us but I am sure it would have come in handy for a smaller baby.
Pros
  • Durable handles well big suns shade
Cons
  • A little bulky because of the two sets of straps and two footrests.
Nice & functionali
By Anna
from El Paso Tx
on January 12, 2019
Verified Buyer
I bought baby jogger vue lite stroller and its perfect but not only the stroller also the price, fast service and shipping from Albee baby thank you !
Just buy it
By Chelsea
from Redding, CA
on January 12, 2019
Verified Buyer
I wavered about buying this because its discontinued so I figured it was lacking. Nope! This is a great stroller. Other reviews give a lot of info, only thing I couldnt find was this- yes! You can fold it with the seat reversed! Woohoo.
Very Good quality
By Emily
from BELLEVUE, WA
on November 18, 2018
Verified Buyer
The stroller is very light. It's easy for moms when they hangout with friends. It's my spare stroller, especially for traveling, because the weight is light. I usually change the seat pad for my little son when he wants to nap.
But the storage room is not big enough.
Pros
  • light, convenient, reversible Seat
Cons
  • Not easy to fold
  • below storage is not big
Light, strong, and affordable
By John
from Los Angeles, CA
on October 25, 2018
Verified Buyer
We have been using Baby Jogger City Select and this is a nice option when we don't need the bigger option. It's easy to manage and works well for our toddler.
Good
By Elizabeth
from Windermere, Florida
on October 19, 2018
Verified Buyer
Its amazing , compact and lightweigth
Lightweight stroller great for a toddler
By Sora
from Seattle, Washington
on October 9, 2018
Verified Buyer
This stroller is great to throw back in your trunk. Very light weight, easy to assemble, and also easy to fold/unfold. Only downside is literally no storage options... The basket is incredibly small

Q&A
2 Questions & 1 Answer
cynthia Montes
from Denver co asked:
April 9, 2017
Is there adapters to snap a car seat on there? Or you can't do that with this stroller?
Sorry, this stroller does not accommodate car seats.
Submitted by: Customer Service on April 10, 2017

camila
from laguna beach ca asked:
March 21, 2017
does this have a tray for snacks for baby?


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