The full-featured, full sized City Mini ZIP is our smallest folding stroller. It doesn’t just fold in half from top to bottom, it folds in from the sides, which means our one-hand 3D fold action will fold the City Mini ZIP down to 1/8th the volume of the open stroller. So it fits in the smallest of places and makes traveling a breeze. The City Mini ZIP is not intended for jogging.
With the push of a button and the pull of a strap, the City Mini ZIP folds three-dimensionally making this the most compact Baby Jogger fold yet - still using just one hand! It even stands while folded.
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Our large UV 50+ canopy can adjust to multiple positions and will throw a lot of shade on a sunny day.
The seat reclines to a near flat position with seatback vents and a retractable weather cover to make sure that your child is comfortable and safe as they watch the world go by. With a 55 lb. weight capacity, your little one will be good to go.
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A convenient cup holder is included on the City Mini ZIP to keep your baby’s bottle or your own beverage close at hand.
You can set your 5.5” lightweight front wheels to swivel for your daily obstacle course or lock for long distance strolling. The front wheel suspension provides a smooth ride for your baby.
The City Mini ZIP can become a travel system in a heartbeat using a Car Seat Adapter (coming Fall 2014). Simply snap on the brackets and you've got a customized travel system for your infant. (Car seat and car seat adapter sold separately).
Rated 3 out of
Great Stroller...A Bit SqueakyI am new to the Baby Jogger fan base. I got stroller envy when I saw Baby Joggers all over the place.
So I purchased the City Mini Zip, since I loved the fold and compact size of it, yet functioning as a full stroller. It's been a great pleasure owning this stroller since early August, however it's starting to act like it's a lot older than that. The front wheels are very squeaky and they sound like they need a lube of WD-40. Also, the frame acts a bit flimsy when I put my 40lb niece in it. It is meant for my daughter who is only 25 lbs, however the stroller notes that it can hold up to 50 lbs. I want to love this stroller but I feel like I just wasted my money.
Date published: 2014-10-01
Rated 5 out of
Surprisingly lightweight!I was very pleasantly surprised when I first pushed the City Mini ZIP and realized that it felt and pushed like a full featured stroller similar to a City Mini. The added bonus is that the stroller folds so small and offers amazing flexibility when storing in my car. So I have a full size stroller that folds like those tiny umbrella strollers, amazing! My son loves the adjustable footrest, as it allows him to kick back relax and have his legs up... I would recommend this stroller to anybody who has a kid.
Date published: 2014-07-17
Rated 5 out of
One hand fold, comfy...We replaced our umbrella stroller with it about a month ago. Our umbrella was twice as long as this one. We do have a big bulky stroller that isn't so handy as this one sitting in a trunk and taking as much space as grocery bag! So huge plus - one hand fold and open - while holding baby. The seat us big wide and comfortable for both - 7 mo and 3yo. The canopy gives tones of shade. Small pocket on the back - perfect for on go items- key phone...Another big thing - stroller glides by one hand with no struggling - no matter if 3 yo or infant in it.
Minuses- no peek a boo window! It trips if left without a kid and with diaper bag hanging at the bar ( but full one).
So, pretty good stroller - I compare to bumbletide, mountain buggi nano, aprica presto flat, uppa baby Cruz.
I really hope they will make some extras for that stroller like belly bar!!! I really like that option! I am sure they will soon - the model is quite new.
Overall if you need easy on the go stroller that your kid and you will be comfortable it's a choice for you.
Date published: 2014-08-18
Rated 2 out of
Jess J from
Good not greatI bought this stroller because it handles like a full size stroller but folds up nice and compact. My daughter is now 8 months old and I still love he way this stroller handles but I wish I'd gone another route. The brakes, which started out easy to use, are now extremely difficult to use and doesn't stay locked. The basket on the bottom, while bigger than most travel strollers, is impossible to access if baby is sleeping in a reclined position. And finally the reason I almost didn't buy this stroller in the first place is the lack of accessories. This stroller would be so much better with a tray or belly bar.
Date published: 2015-06-06
Rated 1 out of
Great concept, terrible qualityMeant as a travel stroller, it has many perks, many features that I loved. Until the 4th day of trip to Europe the brake would not release. We were left with no option but to go buy a new stroller. Due to our luggage and new stroller we had no choice but leave this next to a garbage can where it belongs. A friend of mine bought this at the same time I did last month and her front wheels squeak and she has brake issues as well. It clearly has some technical issues that need to be worked out before this stroller is meant to be on the market. Save your money and buy something else. This travel stroller ruined two days of our holiday, one finding a new stroller and the other trying to find a way to ship it hime. We gave up. Terrible service from the Canadian distributor and we basically just threw away our money on this. Travel stroller yes, good for travel NO!!!!!
Date published: 2015-06-23
Rated 4 out of
Good but missing featuresWe bought this stroller to travel with and it works great as an umbrella stroller. It is just missing some features which would be so easy for the company to fix. There is no peek a boo window, which would be so easy to add. Also the recline feature doesn't allow the child to fully sit up and lastly there is no belly bar which would then allow for a tray. Small add ons that would make a world of difference.
Date published: 2014-12-12
Rated 5 out of
Fantastic Travel and Everyday Stroller!!!I was in the market for a stroller to take on vacation to Europe. I currently have the Bugaboo Cameleon, and while I love that stroller, the inconvenience and bulkiness of the stroller is not good for a suburban mom like me who is constantly in and out of my car. So taking that stroller on vacation was a definite no-no.
So I was on the hunt for a "full size like" stroller but light and compact enough to travel with. Behold...I had the pleasure of having a salesperson take me through all the strollers that fit my criteria - huge canopy, compact for travel, seats like a full size, full recline (or close).
The City Mini Zip fit all my criteria. This stroller had it all. The only thing it doesn't have that is a "would of liked" is a peekaboo window, but I can always just look in here and there.
So I must say I am so excited about this stroller because it is a one, two, three to not only open and close, but is super comfortable. "I had my daughter sit in every stroller to make sure she felt and looked comfortable - she's 15 months old and will make it known when she's not happy:)"
Date published: 2014-07-15
Rated 2 out of
Easy to manuever and compact but just not sturdyWe had another stroller that was sturdier but my husband and I wanted a compact stroller for travel and came upon this one. I REALLY wish we waited until there were more reviews before getting this. It is pretty compact and my husband added backpack straps for carrying it down the stairs while traveling. It also is easy to maneuver, even with one hand. But it really feels flimsy. It's only a few months old but feels like it's a couple years old. It squeaks sometimes. It's not so easy to close and open with one hand. It doesn't sit up very straight so my daughter gets annoyed at that. The good thing is that the shoulder and waist straps are separate so we only use the waist straps to keep her happy. They don't sell a stroller bar or tray yet so that kind of sucks. I think this stroller needs a bit more work before it can be rated well. Too late to return it so I guess we are stuck. I think for the price, a regular stroller, even the city mini would be better.