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CD player skips By
January 1, 2004
I love everything about this except the CD player skips and the wheels make a lot of noise when rolling!
Is there an Infant Car seat??? By
September 6, 2007
The only thing I can say is that I havent been able to find an Infant car seat that goes with this stroller.
Jeep stroller By
July 16, 2009
2nd one I bought. Love it. Easy to use and light weight.
Just too narrow! By
January 1, 2004
It would have been just what I was looking for, if it weren't for that narrow seat and wheel base. My girl is 17 months old and considered petite, yet her shoulders barely fit into the seat. She didn't fuss or anything and seemed comfortable - for now. But I did see her lean forward much more than with her umbrella stroller, and that might have been because she felt the squeeze. And reading other people's comments about the stroller tipping over when their kids did that, I just wouldn't feel at ease with it. Not to mention that my feet kept hitting the wheels every so often, because they're closer together than with the umbrella stroller. I don't understand why the manufacturer made the stoller so tight! Otherwise it would have been perfect: soft grips at a comfortable height, light, easy to maneuver, sturdy, easy to fold, good canopy that can be adjusted so that the sun never really hits the kid's face (on the flip side, after being in the stroller only for her second time, my girl figured out how to pull the canopy down over her and back up, and down ....). Oh, one more thing: those little side pockets, as fancy as they look, don't seem as practical as a mesh bag in the back. To make a long story short: I'm returning the stroller after giving it a try because it is too narrow for my girl and for my feet. I'll stick to the tried and true umbrella stroller for my travels or quick errands.
Great buy! By
January 1, 2004
This is the best umbrella stroller I've ever owned! It drives smoothly over grass and rocks. The first time I put my 2-yr-old in it to walk her around our yard, she liked it so much so didn't want to get up. This is a great product and reasonably priced.
GREAT STROLLER w/ only a couple of minor flaws By
December 16, 2006
I have had this stroller since March '04 and have used it on the beach & trekking across the Little Leage baseball fields for my older boys' games for for 2 seasons. I have gone through woods, over roots and thru ditches and this stroller handles it all very well. The fact it also holds a lot of STUFF is also a big 'plus' for us. It's SO easy to steer one handed and is the smoothest stroller I've ever used- and I went thru quite a few with my older boys.
I have to say I disagree with other reviewers on a couple of things. I've put my stroller through A LOT of hard use and never has any wheel come off. My neighbor also has this stroller (and older children to chase around the Little League fields) and she has never had any trouble with a wheel falling off, either.
My model is the one with the original foot rest- where if my son drops something it rolls down into the basket instead of on the ground. Why did Jeep change that? My neighbor HATES the new footrest and I wouldn't want it either.
As far as it tipping over and the child falling out... that's never happened to us either, but, that could happen with anything that is three-wheeled, hence the reason 3 wheeled ATVs are no longer made.
I did lose the flip top to the parent tray fairly soon after purchasing it as it flipped open when putting it in the trunk and then snapped off. Also, the hand grip (which is VERY VERY comfy) tore somewhat easily & I was told by Cust Service that it can not be replaced. THAT, I think, is poor planning since the handle is always in contact with the floor of the car/trunk when folded for storage & is bound to get torn frequently.
Mixed Feelings By
January 1, 2004
This stroller was new on the market last summer when I bought it after my second son was born. (Stores in my area couldn't keep them in stock for more than a day.) What sold me was that my Evenflo infant car seat (which is part of an Evenflo travel system) fits very nicely in the rear of the Jeep, and my 3-year-old is happy and entertained in the front. Aside from the toy steering wheel, the plastic tray has two goodie holders, one of which can hold a rectangular juice box. The cargo space underneath is wonderfully large -- big enough for coats, diaper bag, camera, etc., and the stroller has two nifty storage bags for keys, snacks, pacifiers, etc. The stroller itself is huge, probably a good foot longer than the Duo Gliders we pass in the mall or at the zoo. You'll definitely need a minivan, SUV, or station wagon to haul this around. But, considering its size, it does collapse and set up fairly easily. My biggest complaint is with its maneuverability. You cannot steer this stroller with one hand, so forget trying to eat or drink while walking (there's no cup holder for adults.) It's also very heavy to push uphill. It's nice for the zoo or a long day of shopping, but I find myself using my single stroller for trips to the park or walks at home when my 3-year-old prefers to walk more than ride.
bear By
November 16, 2009
I love this stroller, my daughter wants to stay in it all day. the price was great and it fit in my car trunk.
This stroller is AWESOME! By
January 1, 2004
was very impressed with this stroller, it is my second stroller as my child is 2. I wasn't sure if I just wanted a standard jogger or the one with all the bells and whistles. This one was worth the extra money. Since my child is 2 there are a lot of features that are now available on strollers that were not common 2 years ago and this thing has them all, including a huge basket, a ton of pockets, a swivel front piece for easy entry, and an adjustable sun shade just to name a few. I can't tell you enough how much I like this stroller. I only rated it 4 stars for one reason, folded and with the front wheel removed it doesn't fit in my 2005 Grand Prix trunk.
SUV for Baby By
January 1, 2004
This item was a gift from my mother for use on the beach. The Jeep came in a box and was incredibly easy to assemble. It took about ten minutes total, five of those were used trying to get the wheels away from my toddler! This truly is an SUV for the baby. It is great on rough terrain, very easy to maneuver over things. However, like an SUV there is a danger of ROLLOVER! Turn too sharply while going a little too fast and the whole thing will rollover. Like an SUV, this stroller is larger and heavy. When a stroller is heavy due to the metal frame and inflated wheels, adding a twenty pound toddler will make pushing this around a real workout. SUVs use a lot of energy and this stroller will as well if you're pushing this uphill or trying to keep it from going too fast downhill. This stroller takes up a larger amount of room when folded up. I have a station wagon and this stroller took a fair amount of room in the trunk. It did not fit in the trunks of compact or smaller cars. This was a great stroller for the beach and for hikes on unpaved roads. It is not the type of stroller for everyday use.

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