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Baby Trend Range Jogging Stroller and Infant Car Seat Travel System, Liberty

Item# SPM8813324602 | Model# JG99711CS3171178740 | Added on April 20, 2017 |
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Baby Trend Range Jogging Stroller and Infant Car Seat Travel System, Liberty
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Baby Trend Range Jogger is an infant stroller with large wheels and extra padding to provide a smooth, safe ride for your baby and a comfortable, convenient experience for you.

Baby Trend Range Jogging Stroller, Liberty Lockable front swivel wheel for ease of maneuverability All-terrain bicycle tires Convenient parent tray includes 2 cup holders and covered compartment storage Child tray with 2 cup holders also accepts car seats to form a travel system Extra wide, ergonomically-shaped rubber handle Adjustable canopy with sun visor and covered sunroof ratchets to block sun and wind Effortless trigger fold easily reduces stroller to a compact unit Multi-position, reclining, padded seat Fully adjustable 5-point safety harness and tether strap Footrest reflectors provide greater low-light visibility Extra large storage basket Lightweight steel frame construction Recommended use: infants 6 months old, 50 pounds, or up to 42 inches tall Pattern color: Liberty Dimensions: 34.5 x 18 x 41 inches Weight: 27 pounds Part Number: JG99711 Baby Trend Flex-Loc Infant Car Seat, Liberty Infant car seat accommodates weights between 5 and 30 pounds and heights of 30 inches or less 5-point harness with easy one-hand harness adjustment, and push-button release 4-position push-button height adjustable base with level indicator for proper installation Height-adjustable seat back and no harness rethreading One-hand easy-access seat release EPS energy-absorbing foam for superior side impact head ... read more
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