City Mini 4-wheel

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City Mini 4-wheel

By Baby Jogger

 

Regular Price: $369.99

Special Price $299.99

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Regular Price: $369.99

Special Price $299.99

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The City Mini 4-Wheel is one of the most nimble strollers you will ever own, yet its weight capacity is among the highest in the City Mini family at 65 lbs. Its 4-wheel design and dual front wheel suspension eases your way over life’s daily obstacle course, making it the perfect stroller for parents on the go.


Lift a strap with one hand and the City Mini 4-Wheel folds itself: simply and compactly. It really is as easy as it sounds. And the auto-lock will lock the fold for transportation or storage.


The seat reclines to a near flat position with vents and a retractable weather cover to make sure that your child is comfortable and safe as they watch the world go or kick back and relax.


People love Baby Jogger's SPF 50+ sun canopy because it really throws a lot of shade on a sunny day. It has two peek-a-boo windows so you can check on your little one and it can be adjusted to multiple positions as you open or close it.


You can set your 8” lightweight front wheels to swivel for your daily obstacle course or lock for long distance strolling. It also offers a dual front-wheel suspension that provides a smooth ride for your little urban adventurer.


The City Mini 4-Wheel can become a travel system in a heartbeat using the Car Seat Adapter. Just choose the adapter compatible with your car seat and you’ve got a customized travel system for your infant. You can also add a pram to handle even the littlest of passengers. (Car Seat Adapter and Prams sold separately).

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Child Maximum Weight: 65 pounds


Dimensions Unfolded: 40.75" x 24" x 42"


Dimensions Folded: 30.5" x 24" x 9.75"


Weight: 19.9 pounds

Customer Reviews 4 Review(s)

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Good light stroller
The stroller is very easy to maneuver. I commute everyday and this stroller makes it easier especially on rush hour. The canopy is big and seat is adjustable but doesn't go straight up. I also find the breaks on a weaker side.
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Review by Joan / (Posted on 2016-10-20)
Excellent walking stroller!
We live on a farm, so everything is dirt and gravel and this stroller has been great. I bought this stroller because I was tired of huge single front wheel strollers that were a pain to try to pack around and put in vehicles. This stroller folds nice and flat and for a full size stroller is quite light. It's very simple to fold and unfold, lots of storage for out and about and very smooth to push, both on sidewalks, and gravel and uneven dirt. No, it's not a jogging stroller but if you're wanting a great walking/shopping stroller this one is fantastic. I also purchased the kick board for my two year old to stand on and he loves it. I do have to push from the side when he's on it but this stroller is so smoother and easy to push it's not a problem, not even on gravel!
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Review by Sarah / (Posted on 2016-05-26)
Surprisingly disappointing for such a costly folding stroller
Consider all your options before plunking down 300$ on the City Mini folding stroller. Downsides include:

Uncomfy, unuseable handlebar – The handlebar is shaped in a half-circle - not a half-rectangle like most strollers. This means you have to push the stroller from the centre of the handlebar, with both hands close together. This makes directing, turning, or lifting the stroller difficult. This puts a lot of pressure on your wrists and gives you almost no leverage. It is almost unusable in light snow. Pushing with your hands further down along the handlebar is uncomfy unless you have gorilla arms.

Weak brake – The pedal-activated brake (found between the back wheels) is easy to use but feels like you’re one slightly-too-hard-push away from snapping it. I have found myself accidentally engaging the brake when walking quickly. This may be down to my long legs but when you’ve accidentally braked the wheels crossing Bloor Street it’s very concerning.

Strange child positioning – The backrest is adjustable but does not allow your child to sit straight up. The straightest angle is still at a significant recline, provides no support for sitting up and leads to my boy slumping over uncomfortably. There is no front bar for your child to hold on to or lean over. This is not made for kids that like to sit up and look around. The seat fabric is very slippery so my boy often slips out of this stroller before I can do up the clasps.

Clasps constantly fall apart – The City Mini has surprisingly awesome straps but awful, awful clasps. The clasp mechanism comes apart meaning that you have to do up three clasps, not one, once your kid is in the stroller. I’m constantly fumbling with the clasps, they’re always coming apart and it is a pain. If your kid finds this stroller uncomfy like mine do (see above) or you have squirmers or screamers, this means you have to triple the amount of time you spend putting your kid in the stroller. Not ideal.

Still big when folded – folded down this stroller takes up as much space as our larger Uppababy and eats up half of the trunk of our station wagon.

This review has no beef with Snugglebuz - they're great - and it is obvious that this stroller is well made. In general it handles decently and the wheels do not get stuck on streetcar tracks which are the nemesis for strollers across Toronto. But there are some significant flaws that aren’t present in other (and cheaper) folding strollers and this is an expensive one. I think our youngest hates this stroller and if he does well I kinda don’t blame him.
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Review by jeff / (Posted on 2016-04-27)
Very easy to maneuver
I love this stroller! It is really easy to push, and turns really easily! I am able to push my stroller with one hand, and walk my dog with the other without any difficulty! I highly recommend it!
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Review by Michelle / (Posted on 2015-10-19)

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