Also, the BOB Ironman Stroller weighs less, at 23 pounds it’s about 2 pounds lighter than the Baby Jogger FIT, but it also carries less, with a maximum weight limit of 70 pounds. Whereas the Baby Jogger FIT carries up to 75 pounds.
The BOB Ironman Duallie Stroller is built to go as fast and far as you can run, whether you’re a track trainer, regular jogger or somewhere in between, the Ironman Duallie Stroller is for you. For your child, it’s a smooth ride with a top quality suspension and tires, ultra padded reclining seat with an adjustable five point padded harness for ensure your baby is safe at all times.
As far as reviews go, both the BOB Ironman Stroller and the Baby Jogger FIT did pretty well. There were a few complaints on both about the front tire being fixed, but that’s why it’s a RUNNING STROLLER.
Perhaps the most important difference between these two running strollers is the price tag. The Baby Jogger FIT costs around $299.00, depending on where you purchase it, and the BOB Ironman Stroller will cost you a whopping $409.00, unless it’s on sale. So why does the BOB Ironman cost so much more? Well it could be because the BOB offers a coil spring suspension system, with adjustable shock absorbers. The Baby Jogger FIT has none. Or maybe it’s the adjustable tracking, or the lightweight high strength aluminum alloy frame, and alloy wheels.
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