Jeep Traveler Double Stroller

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Rating: 3.1 out of 5 (14 reviews)

The Jeep Traveler tandem stroller is just for you, no mini-van or SUV required! Ultra compact fold packs conveniently in most compact cars. Designed for parents with toddlers, the front seat is big kid friendly with easy seat access and play tray. Rear seat accommodates your most popular infant car seat brands to keep newborns close by. Parents will love the height adjustable handle, parent cup holder and large storage basket.

Award-Winning Jeep Baby Gear provides parents the freedom to Go Anywhere, Do Anything for all of lifes best adventures. The full line of Jeep strollers, playards, walkers & baby carriers delivers function, innovation; originality & versatility that resonate with active parents.

Since 1941, the Jeep brand has been a symbol of freedom and capability. Designed for peak performance in rugged conditions, Jeep Branded products are created for living life without limits.

The Jeep Traveler Double Stroller in Energy features:

  • Rear seat fits popular infant car seats from Baby Trend, Britax, Century, Combi, Cosco, Evenflo, Graco, Peg Prego & Safety 1st
  • Child tray with tilting toy steering wheel & dual cup juice holder
  • Smart handle adjusts to 3 height positions
  • Reclining padded seat backs and 5-point restraint harness for childs comfort
  • Extra large independent sun-rider canopies block sun

Features

  • Rear seat fits popular infant car seats from Baby Trend, Britax, Century, Combi, Cosco, Evenflo, Graco, Peg Prego & Safety 1st
  • Child tray with tilting toy steering wheel & dual cup juice holder
  • Smart handle adjusts to 3 height positions
  • Reclining padded seat backs and 5-point restraint harness for childs comfort
  • Extra large independent sun-rider canopies block sun

Additional Info

548939

2C78070F

031878027318

JT007XEY1

40 lbs

Double & Triple

Yes

Adjustable Canopy,Adjustable Handle,Cargo Basket,Cup Holder(s),Sunshade,Tray / Bar

Shopping,Travel,Walking

34.6

45 pounds

34.0 x 19.6 x 12.6

Jeep Traveler Double Stroller3.1514
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13 Reviews for “Jeep Traveler Double Stroller”

  1. Sliz on February 22nd, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I use the stroller mostly for taking walks, not running errands. It’s much easier to use than the strollers I was using previously, except as others have also noted, when you have to turn. It’s harder to turn the more weight that is in the stroller. It’s a piece of cake if I only have my 7 month old son in the stroller.

    I love the extra storage space underneath. We take walks even in the winter time and I like to store extra blankets, hats and food underneath. I do wish there was a tray for the parents near the handle. I like to have my cell phone, snacks, chapstick, etc. handy without stopping and the single cup holder doesn’t have enough storage.

    The front seat seems a little tight for an older child, but at least the seat reclines to provide more space. I haven’t had to fold it up much to place in the trunk (which fits into my sedan easily), but during the times I have, I have needed help from my husband to do so. The back canopy also came loose on one side, but I am still able to use it. It’s just a little wobbly.

  2. Sliz on February 22nd, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I use the stroller mostly for taking walks, not running errands. It’s much easier to use than the strollers I was using previously, except as others have also noted, when you have to turn. It’s harder to turn the more weight that is in the stroller. It’s a piece of cake if I only have my 7 month old son in the stroller.

    I love the extra storage space underneath. We take walks even in the winter time and I like to store extra blankets, hats and food underneath. I do wish there was a tray for the parents near the handle. I like to have my cell phone, snacks, chapstick, etc. handy without stopping and the single cup holder doesn’t have enough storage.

    The front seat seems a little tight for an older child, but at least the seat reclines to provide more space. I haven’t had to fold it up much to place in the trunk (which fits into my sedan easily), but during the times I have, I have needed help from my husband to do so. The back canopy also came loose on one side, but I am still able to use it. It’s just a little wobbly.

  3. Amanda the awsome mom on March 21st, 2010 at 12:00 am

    great stroller but hard to steer

  4. nath on June 3rd, 2010 at 12:00 am

    no comments

  5. Tigerlily on June 18th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    We just got this stroller after our second son was born. It works great with the Evenflo car seat we have and our two year old son loves it as well. The front seat doesn’t have a full lap tray so he doesn’t feel so traped in the seat. The basket underneath is easy to get to and holds plenty. It is a bit on the heavy side and takes some time to fold but all in all is a very sturdy and easy to use stroller.

  6. bacchi of three... on June 24th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    Easy to assemble, lightweight for a mom to handle and sturdy at the same time.

  7. mother-of-2 on August 5th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    This stroller is a great double stroller for someone that doesn’t want to spend the money on another car seat, like some other models require. I like the price point, although there are some sacrifices- no parent tray or snack tray for the front seat. I do like the bigger tires as it makes it a smoother ride over uneven sidewalks. The adjustable handlebar is great for me and my husband (he’s 6 inches taller than me!).

    There are some drawbacks to the stroller: it is really heavy and hard to lift into the back of our SUV. It will take a few tries to figure out how to get it to fold up. Using it for an infant car seat is a tricky situation; the seat just kind of sits in the rear of the stroller secured by an adjustable strap, but there is nothing to really lock it into place, and once it is in there the canopy is very hard to pull up. (We are using an Evenflo Embrace carseat). The carseat also kind of hangs over the back of the front seat, and if my son where any bigger, he would be hitting his head on it. I also found out the hard way that the rear seat does not lock into place, and if you adjust the canopy without holding the seat down, it will lift up when you pull the canopy forward. Another big negative is the steering. It’s like trying to push a grocery cart full of gallons of milk, it’s easy to oversteer and my arms are aching by the end of our walks. I like the stroller, but I think I will be trading it in for a side-by-side style when my daughter gets a little older.

  8. Busy mom of 3 on August 6th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    Not east to steer, can not steer with one hand, when there is an infant in the back its fine once there is some weight in the front forget about it. Not a great stroller for more than one Makes me sad because I love Jeep products!!! Not to mention getting it to fold up was a pain and it is heavy.

  9. busymomof3 on August 11th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    Honestly for the price i guess the stroller is not that bad. Folds up compact is very lite and toddlers love the wheel! On the other hand it’s not easy to maneuver…

  10. Jenn mom to 2 under 2 on August 23rd, 2010 at 12:00 am

    Easy to put together, great stroller. I do not think it is hard to turn, glides pretty smoothly. It is heavy. The folding and unfolding process will take some getting used to but overall I like the stroller very much.

  11. Mother of 2, and 1 on the way! on August 31st, 2010 at 12:00 am

    Love the idea and it looks great! BUT, it manuevers poorly. It is soooo horrible to push around, I just have my husband do it and he’s starting to complain about it now. On cement its better, in the stores or while shopping it’s horrible. I think it has something to do with the traction on the wheels or something. I wanna return it and I think I will take advantage of the "Big Trade-In".

  12. Adamko on September 4th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    This stroller supposed to be a ride for out 2-years and 9-months old daughters.

    Pros:
    Assembling the product was really easy, actually it was even easier than in case of two other single strollers we have. All materials seem to be rather high quality so the stroller looks neat. Wheels are rather big so the stroller rides surprisingly well on grass and other rough terrain. The rear seat fully reclines and there is enough space on both seats what is quite important.

    Cons:
    This stroller is super heavy and cumbersome. All even small curbs are real killers for it. Each time you have to stop go to the front, lift it up, then go around and do the same to lift the rear. There is no way to do that by pushing a handle.
    Front wheels do not lock, so keeping this monster on track with two kids on board is very tough.
    Folding is a real nightmare. To be really sure you can fold it each time, you would need a help of another person. Pushing the handle down to release the latches at the same time when you lift the frame by another hand is very inconvenient. Furthermore, before you can fold the stroller you have to fold the backrest of the rear seat to the front and detach the clips holding the fabrics around it. Each time you set it up you have to attach the fabrics back.

  13. mom of two on October 17th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I have a 18 month old and a newborn. The stroller accommodates my baby’s car seat in the back so it definately saves space and time when transfering the little ones around. My toddler loves the front seat. Seems to be comfortable. A little heavy and I wish it was more compact but then again, I didn’t expect anything light for a two-seater. Overall I would recommend this product to anyone with two kids.