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BOB Gear Revolution Flex 3.0 Jogging Stroller

LOVE: 5 NEUTRAL: 2
REGRET: 0 WANT: 6

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LOVE: 5 NEUTRAL: 2
REGRET: 0 WANT: 6
  • This is so easy to push and feels lighter than any other stroller! Even when I add a car seat to it, it still feels like and easy to navigate. I’m not a very strong person so this was perfect for me! Oct 23, 2020

  • While I absolutely love how easy this stroller is to push and get little guy in and out of. It is not a stroller if you're going to be putting it in your car alot. It can be heavy and awkward. Sep 25, 2020

  • This is the 2020 with the rebranded logo, the handlebar is about an inch higher which makes is kore comfortable for people with shoulder and neck issues not have so much pain. Apr 27, 2020

  • This stroller is worth it! We are only having one baby so need products that will grow with her. We have many trails around us and this is great to take out. Comfortable ride for her and for us! Apr 05, 2020

  • From the fabric, to the shocks this stroller is awesome. Illuminates at night and early morning providing extra visibility. Has side pockets to hold a bottle or a toy. Mar 15, 2020

    • Erin G.
    • Williston , North Dakota

    Great stroller overall. Awesome to run with, fits through doorways, easy to steer. Love the smooth ride. Worth every penny! Jan 27, 2020

    • FANNY B.
    • Sacramento, California

    I spent a LOT of time researching/comparing/trying jogging strollers that would allow me to keep training. I had narrowed down the options to the Bob Flex 3.0, Thule Glide 2 (didn't choose because the seat and canopy don't have as much adjustability but I loved that it felt lighter and slightly more maneuverable than the Bob) and Baby Jogger Summit X3 (didn't choose because of the non adjustable handlebar; love that you could lock/unlock the front wheel with a simple lever). So for the Bob, here you go: Pros: + One-hand recliner. Kid can sit upright or almost lay down. + Oversized canopy (I leave is sunny/windy sacramento) + Compatible with many car seats + Excellent suspension (better than Thule) through the actual suspension and oversized tires. Very smooth ride for the kid (important for infant!) + Very good maneuverability; one-hand steering (Thule is marginally better though) + Good storage with many pockets + Adjustable handlebar + Seems very sturdy/durable + "pickaboo" window for parent to see the kid with magnet clip (much better than velcro: noisy and get dirty) + Very easy to fold + Lunar ensures that cars will see you Minuses: - Like all jogging strollers: Takes quite a lot of space, even folded, and pretty heavy. - You have to stop to lock/unlock the front wheel. not a biggie but love the ability to control that on the go like the baby Jogger (although apparently less safe?) Jan 26, 2020

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  • This is so easy to push and feels lighter than any other stroller! Even when I add a car seat to it, it still feels like and easy to navigate. I’m not a very strong person so this was perfect for me! Oct 23, 2020

  • While I absolutely love how easy this stroller is to push and get little guy in and out of. It is not a stroller if you're going to be putting it in your car alot. It can be heavy and awkward. Sep 25, 2020

  • This is the 2020 with the rebranded logo, the handlebar is about an inch higher which makes is kore comfortable for people with shoulder and neck issues not have so much pain. Apr 27, 2020

  • This stroller is worth it! We are only having one baby so need products that will grow with her. We have many trails around us and this is great to take out. Comfortable ride for her and for us! Apr 05, 2020

  • From the fabric, to the shocks this stroller is awesome. Illuminates at night and early morning providing extra visibility. Has side pockets to hold a bottle or a toy. Mar 15, 2020

    • Erin G.
    • Williston , North Dakota

    Great stroller overall. Awesome to run with, fits through doorways, easy to steer. Love the smooth ride. Worth every penny! Jan 27, 2020

    • FANNY B.
    • Sacramento, California

    I spent a LOT of time researching/comparing/trying jogging strollers that would allow me to keep training. I had narrowed down the options to the Bob Flex 3.0, Thule Glide 2 (didn't choose because the seat and canopy don't have as much adjustability but I loved that it felt lighter and slightly more maneuverable than the Bob) and Baby Jogger Summit X3 (didn't choose because of the non adjustable handlebar; love that you could lock/unlock the front wheel with a simple lever). So for the Bob, here you go: Pros: + One-hand recliner. Kid can sit upright or almost lay down. + Oversized canopy (I leave is sunny/windy sacramento) + Compatible with many car seats + Excellent suspension (better than Thule) through the actual suspension and oversized tires. Very smooth ride for the kid (important for infant!) + Very good maneuverability; one-hand steering (Thule is marginally better though) + Good storage with many pockets + Adjustable handlebar + Seems very sturdy/durable + "pickaboo" window for parent to see the kid with magnet clip (much better than velcro: noisy and get dirty) + Very easy to fold + Lunar ensures that cars will see you Minuses: - Like all jogging strollers: Takes quite a lot of space, even folded, and pretty heavy. - You have to stop to lock/unlock the front wheel. not a biggie but love the ability to control that on the go like the baby Jogger (although apparently less safe?) Jan 26, 2020

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