Baby Jogger City Mini GT

from Baby Jogger
RRP  £349.99
Baby Jogger City Mini GT Pushchair

by motherandbaby |
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2015 – Pushchair Award!

With a one-hand folding system Baby Jogger’s City Mini GT is the perfect pushchair for multitasking parents. Not only does it fold easily but it steers well, has a decent size storage basket and a large hood. The pushchair has a slick, sporty look and although it does not include an adjustable leg rest, it is comfortable and conducive to sleep 'on the go'.

It makes use of a handbrake instead of a footbrake and includes a fabulous ventilation system. The product is a reasonably priced but after purchasing any additional accessories (rain cover, ‘cosy toes’, cup holder etc.), which have to be bought separately, the cost elevates quite substantially.

It might also be an idea to develop the pushchair into an entire travel system – making it a more attractive proposition to parents who are willing to spend the money.

2014 – Shortlisted for 'Best Lightweight Buggy/Stroller' Award!

The Baby Jogger City Mini GT is lightweight but very stable. It steers easily and the sun canopy is a good size, as is the storage basket. The stroller folds and opens single-handedly, and fits compactly into a car boot. The only flaw is that when folded, the inside of the stroller is exposed, which makes it vulnerable to the elements – rain and dirt in particular. It’s quite expensive but great quality and worth the price if you can afford it.

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Baby Jogger City Mini GT Pushchair

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