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Baby Jogger Summit X3

(7 Posts)
forevergreek Wed 05-Jun-13 23:27:24

I looks good but I would also say too long and wide for bus. It would go on but probably only if no other pushchair on ( usually fit two at least, and would have to go on at the back ( of London bus) as too wide for aisle.

However i would probably keep and use for waking and running if main aim, and just get a decent sling for bus/ other transport trips

LetItBeMe Wed 05-Jun-13 23:19:53

ive just bought the x3 too. its fab but the rear wheels are wide. I wouldn't want to take ut on public tansport. its also rather heavy when folded.

gertrudestein Fri 24-May-13 09:39:24

Thanks, that is really useful!

Tiggywunkle Fri 24-May-13 02:04:30

I don't know if this might help you. I believe the writer has had all the Baby Joggers as well as other all terrain pushchairs and knows her stuff. I know she uses public transport too because she's been contemplating taking her X3 onto a train.

gertrudestein Thu 23-May-13 20:08:02

Reassuring words! Thank you Tiggy

Tiggywunkle Thu 23-May-13 16:58:55

To be honest it should be perfect for everything. The footprint I believe is smaller than the Elite and its not much different to the City Mini and GT.

gertrudestein Thu 23-May-13 14:11:37

... I have just ordered this. It is my first baby, and my main criterion is to be able to run. I also walk everywhere as much as I can. But now I'm a bit worried that this will be too big and heavy to take on public transport.

Does anyone have any experience of this type, or advice?

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