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Baby Jogger Baby Jogger City Select Stroller 2013

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Baby Jogger City Select Stroller 2013
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This product is discontinued, and has been replaced by:
  • Single stroller that turns into a double stroller!

 

  • Kids can face parent, the world, or each other (double mode)

 

  • Stadium-style seating gives both children a great view

 

  • Narrower than side-by-side doubles making it easy to get around

About the Baby Jogger City Select Stroller 2013

With small children, versatility is a must. Think about all the roles you have to play as a parent: nutritionist, preschool teacher, lullaby-singer, curer of boo-boos…

 

So it helps to have a baby stroller that’s as versatile as you are, and the 2012 Baby Jogger City Select doesn’t disappoint. With 16 possible tandem seating configurations, you can perfectly tweak where your baby/babies are sitting for everyone’s comfort. If you’re on Baby #1 and anticipating Baby #2, getting a City Select is a smart move, since the flexible single/double configurations mean that it may be the only baby stroller you need.

 

The 2012 model of the Baby Jogger City Select has almost no changes from previous models – why mess with success? There is one new color available, Quartz, which is a sporty khaki cleverly chosen to disguise dirt. The same purple, red, and black that you love are still available as well.

 

The City Select starts as a single stroller. You can use the Baby Jogger City Select Bassinet Kit [http://mbeans.com/baby-jogger-city-select-bassinet-kit.html] or an infant car seat adapter for your newborn and graduate up to the toddler seat. Then, when your family expands, get the optional bassinet kit, City Select Second Seat, and/or car seat adapter, and start getting creative.

 

Folding up the Baby Jogger City Select stroller is just as easy as setting it up. Using the patented Baby Jogger Quick-Fold technology, you can easily collapse your City Select stroller for travel or storage. The secure latch keeps the stroller locked in formation, making it easy to take it from place to place.

 

Of course, since there may be a lot of baby on board, the City Select Stroller needs some great wheels and suspension to keep it comfy for the kids and easy for you to steer. The 12” forever-air rear tires and 8” dual front wheels are generously sized for a smooth ride, and front-wheel suspension cushions the bumps. The stroller’s front wheels swivel for easy navigation, and can be locked for rougher terrain – reviewers say that this baby stroller has no problem with grass, mud, sand, or dirt. For your comfort (and Dad’s), the City Select stroller’s handlebar telescopes for adjustable height. And the enormous stroller basket is designed to be accessible from many angles, so you can stow groceries, your diaper bag, and more.

 

The City Select also boasts a generously sized sun canopy with a handy peek-a-boo window and adjustable height – you can add up to 4 inches so tall kids have room.

 

All in all, the Baby Jogger City Select maintains the delightful versatility and pizzazz you remember from last year. And like your family, it’s great at any size.

 

MAGIC BEANS STAFF TIP: The second seat is exactly the same as the first seat, so there won’t be any squabbling over who gets the better seat!

 

Please note: The seat on the City Select stroller is recommended for children who are 6 months and up. To use this stroller with a newborn, we recommend purchasing the City Select bassinet and/or car seat adapter.

 

We are only able to ship the Baby Jogger City Select Stroller to addresses within the United States.

 

Baby Jogger City Select Stroller 2013 Specs

Manufacturer:
Baby Jogger
Stroller Usage:
City Walking, Rough Terrain, Indoor Strolling
Exact Weight:
23 lb. (with chassis), 29 lb. (with seat)
Infant Car Seat Adapter Available:
Yes
Seat Orientation:
Reversible
Seat Recline:
Yes
Adjustable Handlebar:
Yes
Stroller Max Weight Capacity:
45 lb. per seat
Stroller Tire Type:
Rubber w/ Foam Filling
Stroller Wheel Dimensions:
12" (rear), 8" (front)
Front Swivel Wheel:
Yes
Folded (Trunk) Dimensions:
32.75"L x 25.75"W x12.5"H (with wheels, both single and double)
Stroller Folding Style:
Flat
Adaptable for 2 children:
Yes
Rain Cover Included:
No
Manufacturer's Product Number:
Onyx: BJ81260, Ruby: BJ81263, Quartz: BJ20257, Amethyst: BJ81268
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Baby Jogger City Select Stroller 2013

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Baby Jogger City Select Stroller 2013
Washington DC
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  • Parent of Two or More Children
  • Stay at Home Parent
5.0 stars out of 5.0 stars

Great Stroller

Pros:

Well built

Cons:

expensive...

http://www.mycityselectreview.com/

 

Pros

 

Solid frame construction and very sturdy all round

Great for one Baby / Infant / Toddler / Child, even greater for two!

Loads of combinations in terms of utility of bassinet / car seat / regular seats

Narrow profile for busy sidewalks / supermarkets / libraries / shops

Very easy to maneuver around objects and in tight spaces (e.g. in shops!)

Expandable handle is good enough for tall people (Mommy and Daddy are tall)

Underneath storage is large enough for snacks, light shopping and teddies

Seat fabric is durable and easy to clean

Seat buckles are easy to secure and release

Brake lever is easy to apply and release

Relatively easy to dismantle, collapse and store – need to be firm!

Cons

 

Can seem a little heavy if used to other strollers

Seat straps can get twisted and a little tedious to adjust but are fine to use

Have had issues with wobbly front wheels when walking fast

Brakes have become stuck 4 times since we had it

It isn’t cheap! The stroller is a bit pricey….but it is well built and a worthy investment

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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Baby Jogger City Select Stroller 2013
Kalamazoo, MI
  • Parent of Two or More Children
  • Experienced Parent
  • Working Parent
  • Child Care Provider
4.0 stars out of 5.0 stars

Wonderful, but not sure if its worth the $$$

1 out of 1 person found this review helpful

Overall, this is a wonderful double stroller.

 

To fold the stroller you do have to remove the second seat, which can be tricky with 2 kids. The single stroller is fairly heavy, and I don't think I'd be able to lift it into my sedan if I was pregnant. When you have both seats facing forward, it is a little cramped in the back seat; there is definitely no room for a tray.

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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Baby Jogger City Select Stroller 2013
Cambridge
  • First Time Parent
5.0 stars out of 5.0 stars

Thrilled with our City Select!

We're extremely happy with our City Select stroller. This was an upgrade from a Chicco which, when we weren't living in the city and our son was an infant, was great. But we really needed a stroller that can take a lot of walking on uneven sidewalks and terrain, such as Fresh Pond. The storage underneath the seat is very roomy - fits 2 diaper bags with space leftover! It was very easy to assemble as well.

 

The only slight inconveniences that I'm sure we'll grow used to are the stroller being a bit more awkward to carry up/down stairs when folded, its not being able to be stored upright in the folded position and (this is my personal pet peeve) the zippers on the storage basket underneath being tricky to access given their being right up against the 'legs' of the back wheels.

 

The pros far, far, far outweigh the cons on this stroller. We are overall extremely happy with our purchase, and this includes our son!

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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Baby Jogger City Select Stroller 2013
South Shore MA
  • Parent of Two or More Children
  • Experienced Parent
  • Stay at Home Parent
4.0 stars out of 5.0 stars

The almost perfect stroller??

1 out of 1 person found this review helpful
Pros:

Sturdy, Ability to convert

Cons:

Car seat adaptors not car seat specific.

I have owned many strollers- I admit I may be an addict. I owned an UPPAbaby Vista with my first daughter when due with #2 I knew there was no way she would sit in the rumble seat of the Vista. I always had the Select in my mind as the ideal double and so far- it is living up to those expectations. Although we have not used it with #2, I love how it will adapt to our daily and chaining needs. The biggest pro for me is that my 22 month old daughter will not be forced to look at the back of a seat like with the vista. She will actually be able to see things when we go to the zoo etc- novel idea huh!?!? Only thing I find as a downfall is that we have a Chicco carseat and the adaptor is not made for specific brands, I wish it was so the seat had a more snug fit in the adaptor.

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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Baby Jogger City Select Stroller 2013
Boston, MA
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  • First Time Parent
4.0 stars out of 5.0 stars

So far a great stroller!

Pros:

Easy To Steer

Cons:

Doesn't Clip in Easily, Heavy

I did a fair amount of research on strollers and picked this one in particular because of how easy it will be to add a second seat when we have another baby. (I'm not a huge fan of the ones where one child is essentially underneath the other, or relegated to riding a little skateboard thing without any other options.) For the City Select, you can arrange the seats in a variety of configurations (both kids facing front, both facing back, one facing front, one facing back) and it's "stadium seating" so one is slightly higher than the other.

Pros: Turns on a dime, handles very well, extremely intuitive design, very large storage basket underneath, adjustable handle so it's comfortable for my 6'2'' husband and for me at 5'3''.

Cons:

Clipping in the baby carseat: There is a universal converter that can be used for many popular carseat brands (I have a Graco). But it's not as secure as the bucket that you just drop it into in the car. It's basically a bar that you balance the carseat on and then strap it in. I'm slightly exaggerating, it's a little more secure than that, but that is essentially the design of it. I expected a bit more from both Graco and Baby Jogger, especially because everything else about this stroller feels so secure, sturdy and well-designed. It always makes me a bit nervous when I clip the carseat in and I spend a minute checking it to make sure it is secure. That being said, once baby is old enough (4 months I think?) to sit in the City Select seat that came with the stroller, I think things will be much better!

 

It also doesn't stand up when folded which is annoying.

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Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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Baby Jogger City Select Stroller 2013
Buzzards Bay, MA
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  • Parent of Two or More Children
5.0 stars out of 5.0 stars

I love this stroller! It is the best!

Pros:

Lightweight, Durable, Sturdy, Comfortable, Easy To Set Up, Easily Stowed, Easy To Steer

We use our stroller when we go places with our children. I love that you can do many different postions with it, and that the children don't have to look at each others backs.

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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Baby Jogger City Select Stroller 2013
Cambridge, MA
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  • Parent of Two or More Children
5.0 stars out of 5.0 stars

Great overall double stroller

Pros:

Sturdy, Easily Stowed, Easy To Set Up, Comfortable, Durable

Cons:

Heavy

This is a great versatile stroller that can switch from a single to double in a flash. We love the ability to switch seats to face towards us or away, and the basket underneath has ample room for storage. The stroller is easy to set up and break down. Only con is that it is BIG, and drives a little like an SUV. But it is narrow unlike side-by-side strollers, and overall manuvers well.

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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Baby Jogger City Select Stroller 2013
Boston, MA
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  • Parent of Two or More Children
5.0 stars out of 5.0 stars

The stroller I WISH I had gotten FIRST

2 out of 4 people found this review helpful
Pros:

Easy To Set Up, Durable, Sturdy, Comfortable, Easy To Steer

So, I tried a few fancy doubles (Phil and Ted - ugh, and the side-by-side, double ugh) and this stroller rocks. Easy to set up. Easy to stow in the car and my kids love it. I've got a three year old and 6 month old and I couldn't be happier. And it sure is STURDY and well made.

No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
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Baby Jogger City Select Stroller 2013
Lexington, MA
  • Parent of Two or More Children
5.0 stars out of 5.0 stars

This converts to a DOUBLE!

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful
Pros:

Easy To Steer, Durable, Easily Stowed, Easy To Set Up, Lightweight, Comfortable, Sturdy

This is a FANTASTIC stroller, it coverts to a double and then back to an actual single! there are so many different configurations, I LOVE this stroller! I have a 3 year old and 7 month old and use this everyday!!!

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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