Jeep Liberty Limited Urban Terrain Stroller - SparkItem # HN-KCT066
- Forward-facing stroller with storage
- Multi-reclining adjustable seat
- Convenient one hand, self-standing fold
- 5-point safety harness; JPMA certified
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- Easily Stowed
- Easy To Set Up
- Easy To Steer
- Short Trips
Comments about Jeep Liberty Limited Urban Terrain Stroller - Spark:
I already had a quality jogging stroller and went looking for something more everyday friendly. With our first child I had an amazing Graco system and loved it. Followed that up with a sit n stand & now I was ready for something that could go to the park, shopping, beach and even on vacations around Disney. I researched and narrowed it down to a few models in a reasonable price range. When I got to the store I was encouraged by staff and another parent to pick this, we even received a 20% off that day. Overall I have been happy. I can hold a toddler, fold it and throw it in the back of the MDX. It takes up quite a bit of room though. It sits up and reclines fully so he can rest. The sides are ventilated enough that it isn't a sauna. The steering is quick and easy. The wheels can take stairs, rocks and even a jog but not the beach. It is slightly wide and hard to maneuver in small aisles--- skip Gymboree until they make the stores bigger than my bathroom but that's a whole other story. My soon really loved the driving feature as he can pretend to steer and honks at passing people--- it does come off quite easily though. Great storage with a small compartment in front and a large basket underneath. Handles are soft foam padding and at a comfortable height--- I'm 5'8". Although the padding is pretty much shredding off on both sides. For some reason the iPod feature never really worked. The darn lid for the compartment never stayed on and worse the music sounds like and elevator traveling under water playing Morris code. That feature is a total bust. Overall a good product but wish the padding on handle would have lasted and for sure the iPod speaker oh and wish there was some way to prop those tiny little feet up when he was reclined instead of dangling. Do you fall asleep in the recliner with your legs dangling?!
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