- Small fold
- Switches from the front, to parent facing with one small squeeze of a lever
- Big seat.. will fit a child for years.
- Huge hood!
- Great to push
- Very clever design
- Tiny basket underneath (but you can store stuff behind the seat when front facing and you can hang a bag easily)
I have no idea why Baby Jogger discontinued this... it's brilliant!
I needed a 'throw in the boot of a small car' buggy to use with my Grandson. We have a massive Mountain Buggy Terrain (also awesome) for long dog walks in the fields, but for quick trips around town I needed something small and nippy and found a barely used Vue second-hand.
As a regular umbrella stroller, it's light, compact, nicely built, and pushes well. The seat is nice and large and the hood is HUGE.. best coverage I've seen.
And... it's reversible with a quick squeeze of the lever that turns it from a standard front facing stroller to a parent facing one.. that's all you do! There is a harness on each side so it really is that easy! There is a nice leg rest, a deep high backed seat and while the wheels aren't going to tackle Everest they are fine for urban use.
- materials used
- small basket
- two separate handlebars
I used it mainly for traveling 🚗. It's super-easy to fold, you can reverse the seat, and the wheels managed even some snow. ❄ The materials are fine with summer as well as winter use. A super-large canopy. Height-wise, it's suitable even for a tall parent. I was using it with a small baby facing me. But an older toddler is comfy in it - even for napping. The basket features a zipper for easier access, but it's small... only for the rain cover. A cup holder is included. The chassis is stable. You can fold it even when there's a footmuff or a liner inside.