Baby Jogger City Mini Zip. Saw one the other day and love it. I have a city select which I adore but thought this might be good as a second compact stroller. Anyone have one yet and what do you think of it?
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30-05-2015 15:14 #1
Baby Jogger City Mini Zip
30-05-2015 16:06 #2
Looks good! I have the City Mini GT and as much as I love it, and use it everyday, it would be great if it were smaller. This looks like a good option.
30-05-2015 19:16 #3
Heard a few good reviews on pram bj FB site. I tested it out but I preferred the neon & bugaboo bee. I'm not sure how many kids you have but the bee I loved because of skateboard option. My parents just got a neon as it's very light weight for there bad backs
30-05-2015 19:45 #4
I only have one at the moment and he's not using the pram anymore unless it's a big day like going to the zoo but we get various little ones of different ages which is why I love the city select so much as I can cater to different sizes and use for 2 as well if needed. Just loved the fold on this and thought it might be good for quick trips instead of getting the BJCS out. Also goes up to 25kg which is great.
30-05-2015 22:03 #5
Is this a replacement for the Bj city micro?
30-05-2015 23:01 #6Senior Member
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Subbing, am thinking of getting the zip for our overseas trip!
31-05-2015 00:26 #7Senior Member
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Baby Jogger City Mini Zip
I have a zip and love, love, love it!! Can't rate it highly enough. I also have a Baby Jogger Versa and an MB Urban as my walking pram. The zip is my favourite though. So easy to manoeuvre and the fold is amazing. Love the huge hood and massive seat. My 11 month old DS actually sleeps better in the zip than he does in the versa. We recently went on an interstate trip and took the zip, it was so handy. It's a great pram for shops and restaurants as it is so compact but I love that the seat size isn't compromised. Perfect for when you are on days out or just a quick trip to the shops. Would be great for an overseas trip. I did a fair bit of walking with it on our recent holiday and it's great on pavements and DS always seems very comfortable. The only thing I would say is that I don't think it would handle too well on uneven ground like gravel or grass, but I am probably comparing it to my MB urban which is more suited to all terrain. If the overseas trip is based more around concrete, pavements, bitumen etc then the zip is perfect.
Last edited by Pumpkin1106; 31-05-2015 at 00:31.
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