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Baby Strollers, Bike Trailers & Baby Car Seats
Baby Strollers, Bike Trailers & Baby Car Seats
Jogging Baby Strollers from InStep and Schwinn in both Single and Double Size Jogging Baby Strollers. Children Bicycle Trailers from InStep
We offer a variety of quality single strollers, bicycle car seats, and double strollers. These Baby Strollers feature bicycle technology and virtually all fold down compact for quick and easy transport. You can even roll right along just like a Sport Utility Vehicle with the All Terrain Strollers. We also feature Bicycle Trailers by InSTEP and Schwinn.
You will save more than 10% off the manufacturer's suggested retail price on many of the models we offer, and that includes FREE shipping!
InSTEP has been manufacturing a wide range of products for active families and the home for over 15 years, and throughout this time their view of what the customer wants has never changed provide a quality, full-featured product at a value price. "A step ahead of the rest" may sound like just another company slogan, but that thought is actually incorporated into every new product InStep creates.
Ignaz Schwinn, with his partner Adolph Arnold, incorporated the "Arnold, Schwinn & Company" on October 22, 1895. Over one hundred years later, the name Schwinn brings to mind the classic models, like Stingray and Phantom, from days gone by.
Schwinn® is an American icon, a world leader in technology and fabrication. They are on the forefront of advances in fitness equipment, and have been an indispensable player in revolutionizing bicycling around the world. The people at Schwinn are proud of the exceptional quality of their products and strive toward maintaining the vision of quality their founders had over one hundred years ago.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the age and weight limitations for Schwinn®/InSTEP Baby Strollers?
Schwinn/InSTEP recommends that the child is at least 6 months of age and be able to hold his/her head up on their own in our non-reclining strollers. The maximum weight capacity of the single stroller is 50 pounds and the double stroller is 100 pounds combined weight, maximium 50 pounds each.
Do Schwinn/InSTEP Baby Strollers fold?
Yes, depending on the model, all of Schwinn®/InSTEP Baby Strollers fold down for easily for storage and transportation.
What kind of warranty do Schwinn®/InSTEP Baby Strollers have?
Schwinn®/InSTEP warrants their products to be free from defective materials and workmanship for one year from the date of purchase date and will repair and replace any such defective part without charge for one year.
I have just recently purchased my stroller and it has a tendency to veer one way or another. What could be causing this and is this something I can fix myself?
When a stroller veers one way or another usually its just a matter of aligning/adjusting the front wheel. To do this, simply loosen the front wheel lock nuts and check to be sure that each tab washer is resting in the alignment holes in the front fork. Once everything is loosened up, wiggle the wheel from side to side and point the front of the wheel the opposite direction of the veers. Then tighten the locknuts by hand and try pushing the stroller. This adjustment will eventually correct the problem. Then simply tighten the locknuts with a wrench and youre all set to go strolling!
I have a broken part on my Stroller, what do I do? Should I return the stroller to RelaxRate.com?
No. Please contact Schwinn®/InSTEP at 1-800-242-6110 as Schwinn/InSTEP can repair it or send out replacement parts.
Information Courtesy of Schwinn/InSTEP
Choosing the Right Stroller for your BabyStrollers are a convenient and safe way to go places with your baby. There are single strollers, which carry one baby, or double and triple strollers for twins and siblings.
Styles of Strollers :
Convenience Strollers verses Jogging Strollers
Convenience Strollers are lightweight and are seldom more than 15 pounds. They fold easily and are compact once folded. They are ideal for travel and outdoor excursions. Many have aluminum frames, are lightweight, durable and easy to travel with. Some Convenience Strollers offer full reclining seats. Others recline somewhat. These are not for use with newborn babies. Convenience Strollers are not as comfortable as Jogging Strollers. Convenience Strollers are useful for quick errands. Jogging Strollers are designed for longer errands, exercise and walks across town. Jogging Strollers frequently have steel frames, larger, bicycle-style wheels and because of their larger frames, offer more storage space but don't fold down as compact (or not at all).
Comparing Single and Double Strollers
Single Strollers often weigh around about 15 pounds. Larger Single Strollers are luxurious and typically have plush fabric, plenty of foam padding, and the seats can recline with up to four positions. Single strollers often have a large retractable canopy to protect your child from the elements and sometimes have a zip-out weather shield or bug screen.
Double Strollers are designed for two children. Double Strollers are a convenient way to transport two babies. There are two different types, the "tandem" and the "side-by-side." Double Strollers allow children to play and talk with each other. Double Strollers are lightweight, fold easily and compactly.
Vehicle Seat Cross-overs
Some Strollers have a combination stroller/car seat. This cross-over means that an infant car seat that can be attached to the stroller and vise-versa. Parents can then move their baby from a car to a stroller simply, without taking them out of the car infant-seat. Some Strollers allow the baby to face forward and some to face the Parent. Cross-overs are compact and often fold down for storage. Stroller Features
Stroller frames are constructed with plastic, steel or aluminum. Plastic and aluminum frames are lightweight but not as sturdy as steel.
Strollers must always have either a three-point or a five-point harness to keep infants safely buckled in. Five point harnesses with chest clips are superior and they are the safest harness.
Canopy and Weather shield
Many Baby Strollers have a canopy to protect your child from the sun and rain and offer a modicum of privacy. Some canopies are adjustable and can fully retract. Some have a see-through bug screen or plastic window.
Under seat storage baskets and/or mesh pockets on the back of the seat can hold extra clothing, food and/or the essential diaper bag.
Front Belly Bar or Tray
Belly bars give the child a place to grab onto. Some have a snack tray or play table. Belly bars can be padded, removable and adjustable.
Baby Strollers that have a reclining seat is appropriate for newborns who cannot support their heads by themselves and need to be in a lying position. Recline positions are necessary for your growing baby to take naps. Fully upright position can be used once your baby is able to support his head.
Help support a baby's head and neck while in the newborn stage.
Stroller's handles are a convenient place to attach a storage tray and cup holder.
Toy and Activity Bars
Keep your baby entertained and occupied while out and about.
Newborn infants versus growing babies
Strollers with a fully reclining seat and a head support are ideal for an newborn infant. Strollers featuring without the head support are designed for older babies.
Important Safety Information
- Check for small loose parts and sharp or jagged edges
- Fasten safety belts
- Check for Stroller balance
- Do not tip reclining Strollers backward
- Leave purses and shopping bags away from the handlebars because if you hang them from the bars you may cause your stroller fall over
- Always use the wheel brakes when your Stroller is parked
- Lock your Stroller to avoid accidental folding
- Remove baby while folding your Stroller is preferred, otherwise be careful
Making an Informed Stroller Purchase
- Look for safety belts and a proper harness system, preferably a 3 point or a 5 point harness
- Be sure you can strap in your baby with the safety belt
- Wide framed Strollers with broad footing help prevent tip-overs as older babies can lean over the side and cause an imbalance
- Strollers with wheels that swivel make for good maneuverability
- Check for a reliable brake system that is easy to operate
- Jogging Strollers are often used with one hand so check maneuverability and control
- Adjustable handlebars allow for users of different heights
- Newborns require Strollers that fully recline as they cannot control their head movement
- A Stroller that collapses makes for easier transport and storage
- Check that you can close the stroller with one arm while the other holds your baby
- Collapsible Strollers must not accidentally fold with a baby strapped in
- Removable Front Belly Bars are useful for your baby to hold onto
- Handlebar and child trays with cup holders help to hold toys and drinks
- Be aware of product recalls for your baby's safety
- See if you can register your stroller with the manufacturer so you can receive product information updates
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