- One-handed quick-fold technology
- Steer one-handed with zero wrist strain
- Multiple recline positions with a 50 lb. weight capacity
- UV 50+ adjustable sun canopy with a peek-a-boo window
- Car seat adaptors for many different infant car seat brands
When you’re juggling baby, you’ll be so grateful that you can fold, carry, and steer the City Mini one-handed. The smooth maneuvering means you can navigate tight or crowded areas one-handed without hurting your wrist. It’s hard to beat the 17 lb. weight when you’re hoisting it into trunks and up stairs.
This stroller’s collapsible sunshade gives pretty full-body protection, and comes with a peek-a-boo window. They can sit deeply and comfortably, and the 50 pound limit lasts well beyond toddlerhood. For newborns there’s a full recline option (although getting an adapter to snap your infant car seat into the stroller works better).
However this stroller isn’t built for rough terrain. If you plan on steering over a lot of bumps on rough trails, you might want to look at the GT version of the City Mini instead. The GT is heavier, but can handle rougher ground (and nice bonus: the handle can be adjusted to your height). If you need a ton of storage space, neither of the City Minis are ideal. An oversized diaper bag won’t fit under the seat easily, and a heavy bag on the handlebars can overbalance this light and agile stroller. Keep in mind accessories (such as cup holders) are sold separately.
- Weight of stroller: 16.8 lbs
- Child weight limit: 50 lbs
- Storage basket weight limit: 10 lbs
- Child height limit: 44”
- Wheel filling: EVA foam
- Suspension: Front Wheel
- Cleaning & maintenance: Seat = machine wash cold / frame & wheels = wipe with a damp cloth
- Dimensions Unfolded: 42”x 24”x 31”
- Dimensions Folded: 9.25”x 24”x 31”
User Reviews (18)
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Super easy to use, lightweight, maneuverable, folds easily to a fairly compact size and I absolutely love the extended visor that blocks the sun and the availability to lay my baby just about completely flat. Definitely worth the $270 price tag.
Very compact and easy to fold up. We bought a car seat adapter and got a lot of use out of it when baby was small. Now that she is eight months old she can sit like a big girl in it.
So easy to navigate!
Extremely versatile and very light. Tough enough for regular sidewalk use and light enough for grocery store strolls. My friend received a more expensive Baby Jogger stroller (cost $500) and an Uppa Baby stroller (cost $800) as gifts and she wished she had the Baby Jogger City Mini instead!
OMG best stroller ever. Super easy to use, easy to fold, handles great.
You see them everywhere for a reason. They are great! I absolutely love this stroller. It's compact, easy to carry, easy to open and close. It looks great. And my daughter sits in it very comfortably.
Easy to open & close (I can do both one-handed!), sturdy & secure, great shade for baby, does well on various terrain (from the mall to the woods), and smooth pushing!!
It's so light and so maneuverable! I can even use one hand if I have to. We got an adapter for the infant seat (which took us a while to figure out how to install) and that worked great as well. Now we just have the baby in the stroller. And it has a great sun shade!
Easy to fold, lightweight, comfortable for my son and easy to push and maneuver.