Vary the rotating front wheel depending on what type of terrain you're on to gives you more control of the stroller
12-in. front wheel rotates on a caster a full 360° for easy handling; or lock it out for off-road use and running with increased safety
Quick-release, high-impact polymer rear wheels with extra-wide, inflatable off-road tires roll on everything from city streets to dirt trails
Patented Suspension System uses adjustable, 2-position shock absorbers (3 in. of travel) to provide comfort, safety and performance
Foot actuated, rear wheel brake system ensures stroller stays put until you're ready to roll
Lightweight aluminum alloy frame folds up easily—with or without wheels attached
Fully padded seat backs recline for comfortable naps on the go; 2 internal seat pockets carry toys and snacks
5-point padded seat harnesses with easy-to-use straps and fasteners keep kids secure
Multiposition, independently adjustable shade protects kids from sun; wrist strap prevents stroller from getting away
Fully padded seat back reclines up to 70° (from vertical) for comfortable naps on the go; 2 internal seat pockets carry toys and snacks
Pockets and Low Boy basket on seat back keep baby essentials close at hand
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by oqionfromNot For Twins!!!If you have twins, this is not the stroller for you.
The ONLY car seat adapter only allows for 1 (ONE) car seat at a time!!!
Date published: 2009-12-19
Rated 1out of5
by MNRunnerfromRedesigned Harnass- NOT SAFEWe were previously the happy owners of two BOB strollers, the Revolution Single and the Revolution Duallie. Loved them both. Recently we purchased a new Duallie and found, to our dismay that BOB changed the harness. The earlier models of the stroller included a sturnum strap that buckeled across a child's chest. The new models do not have this strap and as a result it is very easy for a child to get out of this stroller. I have watched both of my children (3 and 15 months) easily pull their arms out of the straps and try to wiggle themselves out of the stroller. When I called the company to question why they got rid of the sternum strap, the representative told me the stroller had passed every safety standard and that despite the fact that parents (4 parents this week- I was 5th) were calling to complain and question the decision to change the harnass system, they were standing by their stroller. I am an active parent who uses this stroller to run, walk and hike. I monitor my children from the minute they get in the stroller, but I am constantly stopping to adjust or fix their straps, defeating the purpose of using this stroller to exercise. I had the professionals at REI look at the way I had the straps secured and they assured me they were tight enough, but my kids are still able to get out of this stroller. A major dissappointment from BOB, a company that I really respected. Purchase this stroller only if it has the red sternum strap.
Date published: 2010-09-16
Rated 2out of5
by City MomfromNot what I expectedI use the stroller for my 2 year old and my infant in the car seat attachment. The stroller handles well and is easy to turn.
I live in the city and have a hard time getting up and over curbs as it seems to tip if you are not very careful. The stroller is really big and I takes up the entire sidewalk (my husband has to walk behind us). It is a bit tricky to fold up to put in the back of the car and I have to take all three wheels off. It also takes up the entire trunk of my car.
I have gotten numerous flat tires just from pushing it around town. I had to get lines in the tires (about $55) and have not had a problem since then. I wish the tires were more durable considering the price of the stroller.
Date published: 2009-03-03
Rated 3out of5
by AlbeckfromNice for runningI bought this stroller mainly for running. My wife wanted a stroller with a swivel front wheel. We tried a couple of other strollers and had problems with the front wheel(s) wobbling. The Bob stroller is very smooth and easy to push. I gave it 3 stars mainly because it's overpriced. I really don't see what all the hoopla is about the Bob strollers. If you are not planning to run/jog with your stroller then I would recommend the Expedition by Baby Trend. You get so much more for your money. I loved that stroller, but it's not a good running stroller. The Expedition holds two infant car seats very securely without having to purchase an additional accessory. For an additional $89 the Bob will hold one car seat. The infant car seat holder on the Bob appears to be an afterthought and doesn't hold the seat as securely as the Expedition. The Expedition comes with 6 cup holders. The Bob 0. The Expedition is much easier to fold up and has larger storage.
The Bob is lighter weight and is great for running, which is why I bought it.
Date published: 2010-05-14
Rated 3out of5
by semraufromHope to grow into this strollerLove the manueverability of the stroller and the high quality materials....I hope overall the stroller will grow on me when the kids are our of the infant seats. The canopys are great in the sun.
At this time we are unfortunately purchasing a second double stroller because we have infant twins and it is too much work to take them out of the carseats to put them in the stroller for quick trips in and out of places like daycare to drop off our toddler. As parents know you don't want to wake a sleeping baby, much less wake two at the same time!
I'm 5'3" and folding it is very hard - it is so heavy and you have to give it a "jerk" to get it to collapse. Then it doesn't lock closed so it is hard to lift up into the back of the minivan because it wants to open. My husband does not have that problem, but due to my height and lack of upper body strength it is very difficult for me.
The separate tray has to be permanently attached so it makes it hard to load a child. Unlike most strollers where they can be unlatched to allow full access to the seat the BOB tray does not move.
Lastly the bottom storage is nearly impossible to use. The diaper bag won't fit in it because the gap between the base of the seat and the top of the basket is so narrow. Also it is so deep under the seats that you have to practically kneal on the ground to reach it.
Date published: 2010-07-11
Rated 4out of5
by Sports DadfromWe love oursIt's a little pricey, but we have used ours practically every day since buying it. We have an earlier model, 2006 I think, but it's really good for unpaved running trails and each kid has their own cup holder and can operate their sun shades independently. The suspension components provide good shock absorbance.
One complaint: I got three flat tires from thorns the firtst day out. I had to install tire liners but since then, no problems.
Date published: 2007-09-11
Rated 4out of5
by Erin the mom of 2fromStill my favoriteWe loved our single Bob reveloution stroller and would not consider any other jogger when purchasing our double. I like it as much as our single, the rotating wheel makes so much difference. The ride is smooth and my 2 month old hs ridden in the stroller fine when walking.
The stroller is big and is cumbersome when folded, but I think this is probably the case with all double jogging strollers.
Date published: 2007-09-25
Rated 4out of5
by Busy MomfromGreat product for smaller kids!This is a great multi-purpose stroller. We had been using different strollers for traveling, shopping at the mall, jogging around the lake and walking around the park (on and off road), but this one suits all of our needs. My only issue is that even thought it's rated up to 100 pounds for 2 kids, it's a bit small for our 3 year old (34 pounds). He's already a bit squished in the seat.
Date published: 2007-09-28
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