Schwinn Free Runner Stroller

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Rating: 2.8 out of 5 (5 reviews)

Whether you are keeping one another company on a jog or a walk through the park, the Schwinn Free Runner Stroller allows you to enjoy the outdoors with your infant or toddler. This stroller from Schwinn provides a safe and comfortable ride for your child while easing the way for you. Some of the features include:

  • A lightweight aluminum frame that folds easily and stores compactly
  • 16 Aluminum wheels that are light and free from rust
  • A large protective sun canopy
  • 5 point harness system that keeps young children secure
  • Padded seat
  • Independent rear shock absorbers that allows you to navigate uneven terrain comfortably

Features

  • Schwinn Free Runner Stroller is equipped with parent tray and basket for all of your gear
  • Adjustable handle allows you to find a comfortable driving position
  • Hand brake, parking brake and tether for safety
  • This jogger will hold a child up to 50 lbs.

Additional Info

324054

149B6A66

038675031708

13-SC317

50 lbs

35 pounds

33.5 x 21.2 x 10.0

Schwinn Free Runner Stroller2.855
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5 Reviews for “Schwinn Free Runner Stroller”

  1. active mom on September 11th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    My husband and I did a lot of research on jogging strollers and didn’t want to spend a lot of money. We are mainly using the stroller for walks/running. If you are planning to use this stroller for true running and walking you want a fixed wheel. My daughter is 12lbs and the harness isn’t tight on her. They offer padding that you can buy so it fits a smaller infant. Overall if you are going to use this for mainly running its a great stroller for the price. I think its a bit bulky to push around a mall, etc. The umbrella top gives nice coverage from the sun and has a see through area to peep in on your little one. Overall pushes nice so I gave it 4 stars for the quality/price.

  2. Mom of 3 on September 12th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    This stroller was so cheaply made. The material was stiff and noisy. […]Needless to say we immediatly returned the stroller, i wasn’t putting my baby in it!

  3. Mom to Carys on September 17th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I really enjoy this stroller!
    Pros- adjustable handle (I’m tall and my husband is tall, we need this and love the height!), parent tray (perfect for my cell phone and water), basket underneath for other things, adjustable strap behind childs seat allows for "sitting up" position and when released allows for "nap time" position, nicely padded seat (my daughter seems very comfortable!), very large sun shade (she is shaded at all times!), features such as hand brake, foot brake, safety wrist strap are very nice and last but not least it folds down easily.
    Cons- Sun shade material is stiff and loud (but I honestly have no problem with it!), the stroller is very large (but I was expecting that), the underneath basket is oddly placed (but works, so it’s not a true problem), front wheel veers to the left (I’m looking to solve this problem somehow), fixed wheel is very difficult to maneuver around corners (must lift front by pushing down on handle bar).

  4. MommaMia on October 12th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    When I bought this stroller I read the other reviews and even went to other websites. Majority were just "ok". But this stroller is not worth [$]! It was hard to put together and the fabric is very stiff and loud. I thought once I got it together that it was great! Our first run with it made me want to roll it off a cliff! It pulls to the left bad! Its very bulky and I have a GMC Yukon and it fills half of the back area. It doesn’t lock folded and is heavy. Definitely not work it! I have already sent it back!

  5. first time mom on October 12th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I have a traditional stroller that was gently used but so heavy and bulky… when baby was 5 months, I decided to look for something else. I kept reading how jogging strollers are bigger (and expensive) but this one folds up smaller than my other one since the wheels come off easily. I haven’t had any problems putting it together quickly. It moves so smoothly compared my other one. I jog 2-3 times a week and usually do between 2-4 miles on pavement and after a few weeks, I haven’t had any problems with this stroller. I’ve also taken it on dirt and gravel trails and it’s easy to maneuver even with a fixed wheel (much easier than my other stroller). I have no pulling to either side but my hand break does not work… although I’m pretty sure it’s because of an assembly error and I haven’t really needed it.

    My only complaint is that with the low sun right now, the sun shade always has to be moved around if you aren’t running/walking in a straight line and like another reviewer said, it can be noisy. But my baby doesn’t seem to mind at all. He also seems to prefer this stroller, which surprised me since he has less room but I think he likes that there’s nothing in front of him. I was also worried about it not laying flat but he really is fine and sleeps easily when he’s in it.

    Overall with the price, it’s probably closer to 5 stars in my opinion. I’m just glad I was able to afford something that I can jog with as well as something that fits in my car on roadtrips (which would have been hard with my other stroller).

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