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Delta Children J is for Jeep Adventure All-Terrain Jogging Stroller Review

If you are a sporty parent who likes to run, jog or walk trails but don’t want to spend a fortune on a stroller to bring baby along, this stroller might be a great fit for you! The new J for Jeep Adventure All-Terrain Jogging Stroller by Delta Children is a budget-friendly option for taking your child on the road with you.

Jeep strollers


The Jeep seat has a 50 lb weight capacity and is 14″ wide with a short 17″ seat back and a measurement of 26″ from back of seat to canopy. There is a one-handed strap recline, but since it doesn’t recline flat, the stroller is suitable for 6 months and up (unless used with an infant car seat). The seat also has a padded, 5-point harness for safety and a non-adjustable foot rest.

To complete the seat, there is a large, removable, swing-away baby tray.

Jeep stroller


Under the seat, we were pleased to find a large basket that is easily accessible from the back and sides of the stroller.

Jeep Stroller



The foam covered, one piece handle is not adjustable but it is taller measuring 41″ from ground to handle. Many parents are going to love the large parent console that sports two cup holders and a covered container for parent essentials such as your keys, sunglasses or wallet.

Jeep stroller



This is a stroller built for all-terrain and jogging, therefore, it rolls on large, air-filled tires. Two 16″ rear tires and a single 12″ tire in the front. The front wheel is a swivel wheel with the ability to lock straight for jogging and rough terrain.

Jeep Stroller



Since parents take their strollers on-the-go, how easy it is to fold is very important. Luckily, the Jeep Adventure has an easy, two-handed fold that ends in a convenient standing package that weighs about 27 lbs. There is a manual lock (we wish it were automatic!) and the folded package is pretty standard for a jogging stroller.

Jeep Stroller


If you are looking to use the stroller with a newborn (NOT for jogging, of course!), you can turn it into a travel system with a Graco Snugride Click Connect, Evenflo Nurture or Evenflo Embrace infant car seat.


The J is for Jeep Adventure All-Terrain Jogging Stroller by Delta Children retails for $149.99 and can be found on This is a good option for a budget-friendly jogging stroller for sporty parents who want to take their baby with them on the open road!


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Sarah Martin Sittrop

Wednesday 3rd of May 2017

I couldn’t find any bad reviews for this stroller and it looked like a great deal. Except for the front wheel I love this stroller. I love the parent tray with a cover, I love the reflective fabric, the inflated tires, the ease of movement until the front wheel locked up on my second walk. On my second walk I was going up hill and noticed it seemed difficult, but I thought it was just the hill. Once I was at the top it got a little easier, but then it started to get hard to push again. Then it completely jammed. I fiddled with the wheel and found if I turned the wheel in the opposite direction it would loosen, but the wheel kept tightening so I had to wheelbarrow my daughter home. My husband looked at the wheel and found that there was an issue with how the nuts and washers were installed.

We returned the stroller and got a new one. But once again on my second walk I could feel the resistance when I was pushing half way through my walk. I tried to roll the wheel backwards, but it didn’t help this time. Once again I wheelbarrowed my daughter home. This time my husband found that shaft in the wheel would lock (likely ball-bearings are jamming up) this put pressure on the nuts so they would tighten as I walked and put resistance against the wheel itself. He oiled the bearings and adjusted the nuts. There’s a flaw in the design, I have to mess around with wrenches after every second walk or one long walk. I’m going to return it to Walmart and buy something different. Thank goodness we bought the care plan.

Adjusting the recline is also something that is annoying as you have to hold the back up with your arm while you use two hands to tighten the strap in the back. It’s not a deal breaker for me, but since the front wheel is useless I thought I would just point out the one other annoying thing.

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