Schwinn Turismo Single Swivel Stroller, Grey/Blue

July 15, 2017 - Comment
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The perfect option for the active parent. The swiveling front wheel allows you to maneuver in tight corners or through crowds but the option to lock the wheel still allows you to go out and run that 5K with the little ones. The 12″ front & 16″ rear pneumatic air tires and alloy rims provide performance and style while the aluminum frame makes this a lightweight stroller. Parent tray and dual fin grip cup holders adds convenience. Dual trigger folding mechanism offers uncompromised safety, rubberized grip is comfortable and slip resistant. The canopy mounted speakers accepts most MP3 players.

Product Features

  • Aluminum frame for easy handling
  • Dual trigger folding mechanism offers uncompromised safety
  • Molded, flip open child tray with dual cup holders & molded parent tray with dual fin grip cup holders
  • Manual locking front wheel for easy swivel to fixed setting and canopy mounted speakers accepts most MP3 players
  • Car seat adapter allows for use with several car seat brands


S. N. Shively says:

Lots of Pros and Cons I ordered this jogging stroller because it was the best-reviewed jogger, not the best selling one (which had more features but also had more negative reviews). I’ve had this jogger for four weeks now and have developed the following Pros, Neutrals, and Cons that I would have liked to know prior to purchasing. 

Driveby79 says:

Excellent Jogger For The Price – Great features I am extremely happy with this stroller, I am an Engineer and I found it to be very well designed and constructed. It tracks perfectly straight with the front wheel locked in the fixed position, and does not pull to any side at all. The front wheel has absolutely no wobble, I have heard this complaint about swivel wheel strollers, but this one tracks perfectly. There is a nice feature that I haven’t seen on other swivel wheel strollers, it has a lock/unlock release lever under the handle, so…

Ming says:

NOT A JOGGING STROLLER AND DANGEROUS!!! I bought this stroller in January 2012. I live in the NW so we’re outdoors a lot and the stroller has gotten a lot of use; however I wasn’t expecting the wheel to pop off even if it’s sighing it’s last breath! And I’d expect it last for more than 2 years at least. Normally I’m always walking with this stroller and I broke into a light jog to catch a crossing light. Next thing I knew the stroller came to a sudden stop and I lost the the wheel, the fork that holds it was completely bent…

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