Jeep Overland Limited Jogging Stroller with Front Fixed Wheel, Fierce

January 11, 2014 - Comment

Batteries not included. Multiposition reclining seat. Child tray with cup holder. Smart handle adjusts to multiple heights. Convenient free stand stands upright when folded. Speed and distance odometer. Soft ride 16 in. air filled tires. Front fixed front wheel for better handling when jogging. Large storage basket. Adjustable five point harness, safety tether and reflectors

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Batteries not included. Multiposition reclining seat. Child tray with cup holder. Smart handle adjusts to multiple heights. Convenient free stand stands upright when folded. Speed and distance odometer. Soft ride 16 in. air filled tires. Front fixed front wheel for better handling when jogging. Large storage basket. Adjustable five point harness, safety tether and reflectors for safety. iBaby sound system easily connects to your iPod or MP3 player. Fierce pattern. JPMA Certified. Requires 4 AA batteries. Maximum child weight: 45 lbs.. Folded size: 21.5 in. L x 37.5 in. W x 36.5 in. H. Overall: 36 in. L x 21 in. W x 41 in. H (28.25 lbs.). Assembly Instruction Love to listen to music when you run, but worry about not hearing your child? Both of you can listen to your favorite tunes with Music on the Move parent tray. Simply attach your own portable audio electronics, like an iPod, and go. iPod is a registered trademark of Apple Computer, Inc. Apple Computer, Inc. is not associated with Kolcraft Enterprises, Inc. and no approval by them is to be implied. Do not use this product while jogging until child can sit up unassisted.

Product Features

  • Essential jogging features: front fixed wheel, air filled tires, super grip and adjustable handle
  • All the bonus features for mom and baby: iBaby sound system plays for mom and baby, speed-distance odometer, large storage basket, cup holders for mom and for baby, and more
  • Stroller conveniently stands upright when folded and you can roll the stroller folded
  • Smart handle with super grip surface easily adjusts to multiple heights and different angles
  • Safety features for your baby including adjustable five point safety harness, multi position seat, and JPMA certification

Comments

Monk Fan "Monk Fan" says:

Review by a jogger PROS:-Adjustable handle: I am much shorter than my husband so the adjustable handle was a must.-Straight: we have had no issues with the stroller pulling one direction or the other. It has always traveled straight on course for us.-Adjustable canopy: the shade is fantastic and a must have. It can be unzipped and detached for additional coverage. It sometimes collapses on its own while running, but you can fix that problem by unzipping it.-Parent tray: great for its musical abilities. You can play music while running, but the parent tray only holds 2 small bottles and weighs about 2 lbs by itself so we don’t use it.-Pedometer: great and useful, but unfortunately it does not come with a time or a clock.-Seat and straps: nicely padded and my 3 month old seems quite comfortable and they all wipe off very easily. It is very easy to recline the seat when he falls asleep without waking him up. It’s a smooth transition from sitting to lying down…

Rick says:

A note about fixed vs. swivel front wheels While researching jogging strollers, I was struck by how many of the negative reviews of fixed wheel models are completely driven by the fixed wheel feature. Prospective buyers should understand that a fixed front wheel is an essential safety feature for serious running with a stroller. It will make turning more difficult. That’s the intention – to avoid accidental sharp turns at high speed. I wouldn’t consider running on city streets with a swivel wheel, especially on hilly terrain. Try it some time (with an empty stroller). It’s scary when you hit a rock and it shoots sideways.If you are not a serious runner, but just want to walk or slow jog, and want the all-terrain wheels and stability of a jogging stroller, then get one with a swivel wheel. You will be happier with it. There are even models with a front wheel that swivels for walking, but can be locked for running. The Schwinn Turismo Swivel is worth a look if that’s your preference. It is similar in price…

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