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Baby Trend Expedition ELX Travel System Stroller

Baby Trend Expedition ELX Travel System Stroller

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The Baby Trend Expedition ELX Jogger Travel System Stroller in Nikki is a unit perfect for parents and babies on the go.  It features a large storage basket, canopy with a peek-a-boo window, and a handle that adjusts to both parents comfortably.  The swivel wheel promotes extra maneuverability and locks to transform the stroller into an active jogger.  The set also comes with the safety leading Baby Trend Flex Loc Infant Car Seat.

Item #: 302381
SKU: 51FC6365
Manufacturer #: TJ93009

Child Weight Min:5 lbs
Child Weight Max: 42 lbs

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43211 Reviewed August 7, 2012 by kstuppi Gold Member

This is a great running stroller with out breaking the bank. It has a nice smooth ride and a very comfy seat for baby.

43211 Reviewed April 16, 2012 by Yokakayaka

We brought the jogger system which comes with a base. I figured the base is easy to adjust so when we purchased the jogger system we didn't buy an additional base since we have two cars. This base needs to be adjusted with the car seat in place since the indicator is on the car seat and not on the base. The height adjustor is hard to push in and move up or down with the seat in (at least for me it was). So I ended up getting an additional base for our second car so I wouldn't have to keeping changing and positioning. Other wise this product the study and good.
As for the stroller, Easy to fold and unfold with one hand once you get the hang of it and make sure the safety strap is positioned to the far end; otherwise, it is frustrating. It folds not flat and you need a lot of space to put it into the trunk! Or It will fit in smaller trunks without the back wheels. Would have liked the stroller if it wasn't bulky. It's a lux of strollers. Great for running on all types of terrains but be careful of uneven terrains as the stroller needs two hands to guide without tipping over.

54321 Reviewed April 6, 2012 by freesamplequeen Gold Member

Love this stroller! Easy to fold and unfold with one hand. It folds fairly flat for transport in trunks of most sizes. It will fit in smaller trunks with back wheels removed. Front wheel has optional lock or swivel for different terrains and uses. Smooth gliding, goes through all sorts of terrain with ease. Comfortable height for pushing, even for my 6'5" hubby. Though he has a long stride, he does not kick the back of the stroller. Real inflatible wheels give a nice ride and push. Great for snapping infant seat into early on and strapping toddler into leater. Well worth the $

43211 Reviewed April 6, 2012 by Yokakayaka

I researched jogger strollers quite a bit. This was not my first choice but was within my spending limit. We brought this product because I can go running with the infant and keep her safe and cushioned. This is a great stroller for running with an infant because the shocks and safety hardness on the car seat protects the baby. The swivel wheel is great for walking around quick and fast or lock the wheel when running. The speakers are good as any other average speakers (no boom box-you can hear the music). The car seat is good except the buckle, you have to match up the lock and slide it in...Sometimes it's not easy when the baby doesn't want to sit in the seat.
Here are some of the things I have a problem with:
-the stroller is wide...too wide for some narrow shopping isles
-the stroller is bulky...big, long, and wide
-the "easy to close" feature...is really not that easy, takes a little practice to get the hang of it
-the stroller is hard to travel with...I brought a case to fold up the stroller and place it in
I need another stroller for traveling, a smaller, easy handling stroller.
Otherwise, the stroller is a nice lux bus for infant/baby and great for running on different terrains.

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