Strollers over $150
Some of our 75 Reviews
User Review for InSTEP® Safari Swivel Double Jogging Stroller
After spending weeks debating whether or not I should get a BOB duallie, I read some fabulous reviews of the InStep, decided to save some cash and order this in the grey/green. I am completely thrilled! What a great stroller, wish I would have purchased it a few years ago! I have a tall, slender 4 1/2 year old and a 2 year old and they fit well. I have owned other strollers, including a Graco duoglide, and this is soooo much better! Perfect for walks and light jogging. It is heavy, but folds very easily and fits well in the back of my Pacifica. Very smooth ride and doesn't feel like you're pushing much at all. Love the fact that it has cup holders for kids and parents and some storage for keys or cell. Easy to put together & the kids love it! I recommend this to anyone looking for a double stroller. Love the grey/green and BabyAge's price was awesome, best I could find. Also, the shipping time was pretty amazing, I ordered it late Tues. night and it was here by Friday before noon (and that was the free shipping offer)!! I have read on other reviews that it will fit any infant carseat, but I haven't tried. Also, when I'm pushing just one child in it, it doesn't drift. I'm 5'7" and the handle height is GREAT! Thank you, BabyAge!
User Review for Combi Twin Sport Stroller
I have four kids under 5 years of age so I needed a stroller that was lightweight and easy to push as well as easy to fold. It took my forever but I finally found this one. I bought two of them and was thrilled by how they could fold down (without oulling wheels off etc..) and fit in the tiny trunk area of my mini van. They are lightweight and easy to push and I have recommended this stroller to aLL of my friends. I had gone through a lot of other strollers. This one blows them all out of the water. You won't be disappointed with this one.
User Review for Contours Optima Tandem Stroller
First off I ordered on a Fri ~ 2:00pm and it arrived Sat afternoon. Fortunately I live in their 1 day delivery but was still shocked at the quick turnaround, delivered in less than 24 hours. I assumed it wouldn't show up until Monday. This was a last second purchase before heading out on a short vaca. My husband said assembly was fairly easy, the sun shades were already put together so he was able to skip those steps. The basket is huge and my 2 yr old kept climbing in it during assembly and pretending to sleep, that's how big the undercarriage cargo area is and my 2yr old is in the 96% for height. So far we have only used on walks around the neighborhood, I will update after our trip that will put it to the test at a few amusement parks and some areas that won't have nice paved walkways. Initially I was skeptical about the wheels, I like the larger pneumatic wheels typically seen on jogging strollers even though we don't run, so far so good. The infant car seat adapter looks a like it may shake a little with the heavy car seat but again I'll give a better update after our trip. We were looking at the cheaper Contours LT but this looked more robust and the weight was almost the same. This comes with the cup holder attachment for the handle and the LT does not. So far a much better alternative than the $650 City Select.
User Review for Jeep Liberty Limited Urban Terrain Stroller
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.