Strollers: $200 to $300

ConsumerSearch reviews all types of strollers—full-featured, car seat (a.k.a. travel systems), umbrella, jogging and double. Strollers can be sorted by price, brand or type. Trying to decide between a few? We make it easy to compare models’ specifications, such as safety and convenience features, side-by-side. The best strollers in each category are named based on expert and user reviews, where each is evaluated for maneuverability, durability, features, and price, in addition to the comfort of the most precious passenger.
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Joovy Zoom 360

Reviewed October 2013
Joovy Zoom 360
*Est. $250
Pros:
  • Good on multiple terrains
  • Huge canopy
  • Many included convenience features
Cons:
  • Short seat back
  • Heavy
  • No longer car seat adaptable

Schwinn Turismo Swivel Wheel Jogger - Double

Reviewed October 2013
Schwinn Turismo Swivel Wheel Jogger - Double
*Est. $280
Pros:
  • Many convenience features
  • Easy to push, maneuver
  • Adjustable handlebar
Cons:
  • Wide, may not fit through doorways
  • Heavy and bulky
  • Poor speaker quality

Baby Jogger F.I.T.

Reviewed October 2013
Baby Jogger F.I.T
*Est. $300
Good option for serious runners
Pros:
  • Fixed wheel
  • One hand fold
  • High upper weight capacity
Cons:
  • Heavy
  • May be harder to push
  • Non-adjustable handlebar

Bumbleride Flite

Reviewed August 2013
Bumbleride Flite
*Est. $270
The Bumbleride Flite doubles as travel system, but storage is skimpy
Pros:
  • Infant car seat compatible
  • Stylish
  • Very compact
  • Accommodates newborns
Cons:
  • Sticky canopy
  • Small basket
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Eddie Bauer Adventurer

Reviewed January 2013
Eddie Bauer Adventurer
*Est. $200
Pros:
  • One-hand, standing fold
  • Large, accessible under-seat basket
  • High 50-pound weight rating
Cons:
  • Heavy and bulky
  • Difficult to maneuver
  • No full recline
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