City Mini Stroller Review
The City Mini stroller is one of the best baby strollers and comes highly recommended by experts that review this particular stroller as providing ultimate comfort and performance while maintaining the safety of bigger and smaller children. This baby jogger stroller has been designed for on and off-road terrain with a comfortable padded seat that reclines 70% from a full vertical position. The Bob sport stroller is capable of going anywhere and it also has plenty of storage space for whatever it is you need to bring along with you such as diapers, snacks, water bottles, toys, keys and more!
The frame work on this stroller is a high strength aluminum alloy. The child’s seat is 15 inches wide, 21 inches high and 10 inches deep. Safety features include a five point padded safety harness complete with sternum strap and wrist strap. A foot parking brake as well as a hand slowing brake ensures the safety of your precious child when needing to slow down or when wanting to stop for awhile. Storage includes two interior seat pockets perfect to keep juice and/or toys for your little one within arms reach of both you and your child. Other storage has a large easily accessible storage pocket on the back of the seat as well as a roomy cargo basket underneath the seat. This stroller can hold 65 lbs and can hold an infant carseat.
Here is a review from a current and happy owner:
I LOVE my baby jogger city mini gt. This stroller is the perfect combination of quality, ergonomics, and reasonably priced. My requirements for a stroller were that it be not too heavy, that it be able to go on trails, that I could use it durning newborn, infancy, and toddler years, and that it be under $300.
I have arthritis and a lifting restriction of 30lbs. I wanted a light yet sturdy stroller because we go to the dog park every day and live in the PNW and spend a lot of time outside in the rain/mud.
I love that this stroller is taller than the britax combo stroller. I have the infant car seat (I did the peg perego 4/35 and the car seat adapter) and I am 5′ 4″ and I don’t have to bend over to get the baby in and out of the infant seat or to do anything with him. I love the adjustable handle bar for the same reason.
We do most of our walking on sidewalks, paths, and gravel and so far the stroller has been good at shock absorbing. We had an accident that was entirely my fault, my dog was pulling me one way on the leash and I only had one hand on the stroller and I attempted to turn it. The stroller tipped to the side with baby in it. Thankfully he was buckled in nice and tight, the locking mechanism worked perfectly on the infant car seat and the baby didnt even wake up and was totally fine.
This stroller also works great for use for our inside errands, for example going to the doctor or the mall. It is thin enough to maneuver, turn, and I don’t feel like a giant a$$hole bringing it inside because I can generally stay out of people’s way.
Last thing is I love how it collapses. You literally just pull the handle in the seat and it breaks down and goes into the trunk.
The only con for me is it doesn’t come with a drink holder and I haven’t purchased one yet for it.