All the jogging strollers reviewed feature five-point harnesses and meet industry safety standards.
New York, NY (PRWEB) July 31, 2012
Cheapism.com, a review site dedicated to finding quality low-cost products, has published a new buying guide for consumers searching for an affordable, safe, and easy-to-maneuver jogging stroller. After researching key features and analyzing online reviews, Cheapism has identified the best cheap jogging strollers under $200: the Jeep Overland Limited (starting at $175), the Schwinn Turismo Swivel Wheel (starting at $176), and the InStep Safari Swivel Double (starting at $160). The latter carries two children side by side and also comes in a single model. The Schwinn comes in a double as well.
As Cheapism’s buying guide explains, it’s important to note the difference between fixed wheel and swivel wheel jogging strollers. Models with fixed front wheels, such as the Jeep Overland Limited, are stable enough for serious runners and varied terrain. Swivel wheel strollers, such as the Schwinn Turismo and InStep Safari, cater to walkers and errand runners by making it easier to navigate tight spaces, corners, and other obstacles. The front wheel locks in place for jogging.
In jogging stroller reviews, both users and experts attest to the passenger comfort, convenience, and performance of the models on Cheapism’s list. Parents remarking on the two top picks, the Jeep Overland Limited and Schwinn Turismo Swivel Wheel, report that their kids prefer these jogging strollers to other models. The InStep Safari Swivel Double comfortably accommodates two passengers, users say, although some find the stroller too big to fit through standard doorways.
Cheapism’s jogging stroller ratings reflect the fact that safety ranks high on any parent’s list of priorities. All the jogging strollers reviewed feature five-point harnesses and meet industry safety standards. Both the Jeep Overland Limited and InStep Safari Swivel Double employ a wrist strap to keep jogger and stroller together. The Jeep Overland Limited also features a hand brake to help runners maintain control even on downhill slopes.
Called by The New York Times “a Consumer Reports for the cheap,” Cheapism.com is a review site that serves consumers on a budget who want the best value for their money. Cheapism is the only review site that focuses exclusively on low-price products, a part of the market often overlooked by experts.