Jeep Overland Limited Jogging Stroller with Front Fixed Wheel, Fierce

Jeep Overland Limited Jogging Stroller with Front Fixed Wheel, Fierce

  • Essential jogging features: front fixed wheel, air filled tires, safety tether, reflectors, super grip аnԁ adjustable handle
  • iBaby signal system plays music fοr both parent аnԁ baby
  • Features include: alacrity аnԁ distance odometer, hand brake, large storage basket, parent tray wіth 2 cup holders аnԁ compartment music player οr οthеr essential items
  • Multi-position reclining seat wіth 5-point safety harness accommodates child tο 45 lbs
  • Stroller stands upright whеn folded аnԁ уου саn roll thе stroller folded

Lіkе tο listen tο music whеn уου rυn, bυt worry аbουt nοt hearing уουr child? Both οf уου саn listen tο уουr favorite tunes wіth Music οn thе Gο parent tray. Austerely glue уουr οwn portable audio electronics, Ɩіkе аn iPod, аnԁ ɡο. Multi-position reclining seat accommodates child tο 45 lbs. аnԁ hаѕ 5-point safety harness. Safety features include hand brake, tether аnԁ reflectors. Aluminum/Steel frame mаkеѕ fοr a lightweight, уеt sturdy jogger. Stroller weighs 26.4 pounds. Handle adjusts tο multiple heights аnԁ stroller саn stand upright whеn folded. iBaby Music οn thе Gο requires 4 AA batteries, nοt built-іn. Product folded size: 22.75″ W x 24″ D x 38.5″ H. One-year manufacturer warranty. JPMA Certified.

List Price: $ 219.99

Price: $ 141.32

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  1. 278 of 284 people found the following assess helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Assess by a jogger, May 22, 2010
    By 
    Monk Fan “Monk Fan” (New York, NY) –

    This assess is from: Jeep Overland Limited Jogging Stroller with Front Fixed Wheel, Fierce (Baby Product)
    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 shade: the shade is fantastic and a must have. It can be unzipped and detached for additional coverage. It sometimes collapses on its own while in succession, but you can fix that problem by unzipping it.
    -Parent tray: fantastic for its musical abilities. You can play music while in succession, but the parent tray only holds 2 small bottles and weighs about 2 lbs by itself so we don’t use it.
    -Pedometer: fantastic and useful, but unfortunately it does not come with a time or a clock.
    -Seat and straps: nicely padded and my 3 month ancient seems quite comfortable and they all wipe off very easily. It is very simple to recline the seat when he falls asleep without waking him up. It’s a smooth transition from sitting to lying down.
    -Storage space: there are all sorts of storage spaces and the mesh bag by the handles it fantastic to hold my cell phone, water pot and keys.
    -Wheels: excellent size and easily removable. The pump that comes with the stroller isn’t fantastic, but it is just enough if I need a quick fill up when I am out.
    -Fixed front wheel: stable and perfect for in succession as it must be on a jogger. It took us small time to learn steering the jogger.
    -Ride & breaking system are fantastic.
    -Weight: lighter than other joggers (after doing some research online)
    -Length: this stroller is not super long like some of the Schwinn joggers can be
    -Consumer Reports: this stroller is one of the top rated and has fantastic reviews.

    CONS:
    -Parent tray: there are two cup holders, but they are too small for the bike water bottles we use. Moreover, the tray itself is about 2lbs so it adds weight to the stroller. But over again, it is fantastic for parents that delight in listening to music while in succession.
    -Folded stroller: when folded up the stroller is huge, but you can easily remove the front wheel. (About 23 x 37 without removing the front wheel.)

    No stroller is perfect. You may like or dislike some of them, so you just have to find the jogging stroller that is right for you at the right price.
    My husband and I are really satisfied with this stroller and recommended this rigorous same one to our friends.

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  2. 276 of 284 people found the following assess helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    A note about fixed vs. swivel front wheels, January 8, 2012
    By 
    Rick (Seattle) –

    This assess is from: Jeep Overland Limited Jogging Stroller with Front Fixed Wheel, Fierce (Baby Product)
    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 figure. Prospective buyers must know that a fixed front wheel is an essential safety figure for serious in succession with a stroller. It will make rotary more hard. That’s the intention – to avoid accidental sharp turns at high alacrity. I wouldn’t consider in succession 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 more pleased with it. There are even models with a front wheel that swivels for walking, but can be locked for in succession. The Schwinn Turismo Swivel is worth a look if that’s your preference. It is similar in price to the Jeep model. For full alacrity in succession, you can’t beat the stability of rigidly locked front wheel though.

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  3. 117 of 128 people found the following assess helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Jogging Stroller … Very Cool, February 5, 2011
    By 
    Jessica

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    This assess is from: Jeep Overland Limited Jogging Stroller with Front Fixed Wheel, Fierce (Baby Product)
    I read ALL the reviews, weighed the pros and cons, and opted to hold this stroller. It looks EXACTLY like the manufacturer’s photos – no deviations of any kind.

    Soooooo … here’s the info:

    1. It’s GOOD sized. I have a small, four-door sedan … folded, it doesn’t fit in my trunk. But, it has an INCREDIBLY simple mechanism for removing and replacing the 2 back wheels. I throw the whole thing in the back seat of my car.

    2. The adult tray hardly weighs anything and fits my aluminum water bottles splendidly. Maybe they improved the point after receiving some of the other feedback? The manufacture date on my stroller was November of 2010.

    3. The odometer is awesome … has a heavy-duty cable that runs along the frame of the stroller to its sensor on the front wheel frame. A pull fastened to one of the front wheel spokes gives it the readings.

    4. The speaker for the ipod is not very loud, but it’s RIGHT behind everywhere the baby’s head goes … so I’m not sure you’d want it to be any louder. It’s not an ipod DOCKING STATION … it’s like a headphone plug-in, so you could use any mp3 player, cell phone, CD player, or if you were really ancient-teach, a WALKMAN. :) There’s also a decent amount of room in the “holder” area for keys, chapstick, a small hand lotion or sanitizer. The top snaps shut once everything is inside.

    ********** NOTE: it takes *** FOUR *** TRIPLE A (AAA) *** batteries *****************

    5. There seemed to be some confusion about an air pump in some of the reviews … this model does NOT come with an air pump. Just to clarify.

    6. Smooth, smooth, smooth … it’s a nice “ride”

    7. The adjustable handle is really nice and comfortable, but, it does have give to it (i.e., it feels loose, but it’s not). Doesn’t bother me or feel weird when I use it.

    8. The sunshade, harness, and baby tray are all pretty standard – nice quality – no complaints or issues

    9. The reclining figure … OK, THIS ONE IS BIZARRE … in the manufacturer’s description, it states that the seat back has 5 different positions. Really, it just has a strap (like the kind that secures a portable high chair or adjusts the straps on a car seat) that you tighten or loosen … and the seat back then rests up against the strap. I’ll get some pictures of that figure. I would not reckon anything about that was simple if the baby were to fall asleep in the stroller and I wanted to “recline” him.

    I am extremely pleased with this stroller. Highly recommend it.

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