Jeep Wrangler All-Weather Umbrella Stroller, Impulse Reviews


Quick trips can easily be accomplished with the Wrangler All-Weather. In winter, roll-down the cool-climate seat pad to protect your child from the wind. When it's hot outside, roll-up the seat pad to allow better airflow create a head rest. Features: Cool-climate roll-up exposes mesh for increased air circulation creates a head rest Sunrider canopy easily adjusts to block sun Two cargo bags for storage Over-sized all-terrain wheels Comfort-grip foam padded handle 3-point quick release buckle Specifications: Stroller is lightweight, only 18.5 lbs. Compact fold: 9.5 x 10 x 42.5 Only use this product when child can sit up unassisted 35 lbs. maximum child weight JPMA Certified NOTE: Only use this product when child can sit up unassistedSTROLLER SAFETY YOU Nothing can beat a parent?s bonding time with their child and the stroller has become a staple accessory in any bonding activity as it gives both a chance to enjoy the outdoors or do daily chores with each other. Like with a car, one must look into safety precautions when using strollers. You spend your time securing your baby in your car to eliminate risks, why stop there? Your quality time with your child should be experienced with full enjoyment, and any accidents whether minor or major, can be avoided just by keeping in mind the following tips, as gathered from various sources who are experts in the field of child safety? the parents! Buckle Up! It is very important that baby or child be strapped and buckled up whenever they are in the stroller, even if you are only going a few steps. All it takes is an unexpected bump to make a spill, irregardless of your walking speed. It may seem tedious to keep doing this repeatedly, however, the time you spend taking this precautionary measure pays back a million times as you basically eliminate the risks involved with you child riding an unsecured mobile device. A Tip? Don?t Let It Tip Strollers are generally lightweight, and so is your child. Av

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