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Baby Jogger Summit X3 Double Stroller
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Parents love Baby Jogger strollers for their all-terrain durability, minimalist features, and impressive versatility — and the Summit X3 Double Stroller brings all that and more. With its patented Quick-Fold Technology, easy maneuverability, and remote swivel lock mounted right to the handlebar, this stroller/jogger hybrid is at the top of its game when it comes to function and innovation. Plus, it accommodates more than one tot, so parents with multiple kids or twins can travel easily.
Why it's a giggle pick The Summit X3 boasts premium features, a smooth ride, and a durability that keeps parents moving with ease over any terrain — even with two kids in tow.See Full Details
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MaterialAluminum framing, Polymer/Rubber Wheels, Nylon Fabric
Dimensions43" L x 32" W x 40" H
--From Newborn with seat reclined
--6 Months & Up for upright seat.
--Jogging stroller-from 8 Months & Up.
--Weight up to 100 lbs.
Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by SomeGuy Almost perfect 4.75 stars really I come to this stroller from a mountain buggy terrain. Another child means a bigger jogger. This stroller has seats that recline separately which is great. Huge canopies, better brakes, a an awesome front wheel lock. It is also not excessively heavy for what it is. Of course it is wide, it is a side by side and I do not hold it against it. The folding system is very easy and largely makes up for that. My only complain is that the handle is not height adjustable. At 6' the handle is definitely low for me. I can run with it, but it isn't optimal. It is a good compromise and probably is centered on someone about 5'8" which means 5'6"-5'10" are also well served. 5'4" and 6' would probably both find it a little less than perfect. Otherwise everything about the stroller is wonderful and it is the only option that I know of currently offering a swivel front wheel and a brake which is important to me on the hills I run. (I know 4.75 might round to 5, but it truncates to 4 and the stroller could still be improved. Even if the handle telescoped or something strange if a folding handle is too difficult to design.) August 24, 2013
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