You may remember that I mentioned recently that I was going to re-launch my efforts to get fit and that my new fitness gear included a Jeep® Liberty Sport X All Terrain Stroller, that I received for review as a Kolcraft Mom.
As with many strollers, the Jeep® Liberty Sport X All Terrain Stroller comes un-assembled in the box and requires assembly. It was simple to assemble and while Hubs took care of the assembly, Sister amused Little Miss with the steering wheel (included).
We’ve had some time to put some miles on the stroller- including starting my C25K training, trips to the science center and the zoo, and multiple strolls around town- so I thought I’d tell you about it!
The Jeep® Liberty Sport X All Terrain Stroller is JPMA Certified, comes with a 1 year warranty, and weighs in at 30.5 lbs unoccupied. It has rugged 12” inflatable tires that have some serious gripping power, to provide a smooth ride on all types of terrain. The front wheel is a swivel wheel, so it can turn easily in tight spaces, but it can also be locked into a straight forward position. The parent tray has TWO cup holders, as well as a tray that is large enough to fit my GS3 phone easily.
The child tray has two cup holders, although one of them is squared so it can be used as a snack holder if wanted. There is also a removable toy steering wheel to entertain baby (or siblings).
The stroller features a one-hand fold and and is self-standing when folded, it has a multiple position reclining seat, a 5 point safety harness, and accepts over 15 infant car seats!
My favorite part, though? The storage! OHMY! The Jeep® Liberty Sport X All Terrain Strollerhas has ah-maz-ing storage! I can fit our stuffed to the gills diaper backpack in the back along with my purse, and can fit a lunch bag with extra water bottles, a carrier or wrap, and an extra blanket in the front! Serious storage, folks, serious!
I’ve had the stroller out on blacktop, sidewalks, uneven sidewalks, in the grass, through mulch, through rocks, and through sand. I’ve taken it uphill, downhill, and straight across a field. It handles smoothly regardless!
The only thing I would change on the stroller, if I had the power to do so, is I would add a flip lid to the center part of the parent tray—the part that holds my phone. The tray is deep enough to hold the phone without any worry of it flying out. In fact, it will hold my keys and the garage door opener as well. But, when it starts raining and the phone is in it? Yah, oops. Of course, that is just my personal preference.
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