Disclosure: I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting (#MC) for Urbini. I received a product sample to facilitate my review and as a thank you for participating.
I am working on RJ’s birthday post and can’t wait to share her party fun, but today I have a fun REVIEW for ya’ll. I chose black and grey because I love keeping things neutral, but you can pick from five different colors.
I recently had the opportunity to try out the Urbini Avi Jogger. I have the ‘other’ popular jogging stroller, but I was intrigued at the price point of this stroller and wanted to test it out to see if it is a great alternative jogging stroller that might save you some money!
RJ and I go on 1-2 walks a day and the occasional 2-3 mile run, so we had plenty of chances to give it a test run.
The Urbini Avi can handle all terrains smoothly and has a responsive suspension, for either a regular walk, power walk or run. The Avi Jogger includes a responsive suspension, swivel-lock front wheel, and multi-position handle that offer stability, control, and maneuverability. It also includes a Single Touch Brake and One-Hand Quick-Fold that make for great functionality for when you need it most.
Other Avi Jogger Features:
- Self Stands (when folded)
- Inflatable Rubber Tires
- 5-Point Harness
- 2-Position Canopy (with ‘Peek-A-Boo’ Window)
- Safety Wrist Strap
- Plenty of Storage at Bottom
- Reclining Seat
So how does it stack up to the “other” popular band?
- Both offer Easy Folding & Storage Capabilities.
- Both offer great experience on our walks and runs.
- My ‘other’ jogger has needed the tires to be patched six times. I don’t know if that it a fluke, but it is always a major bummer to have to patch and patch again. So far the Urbini Avi has been flat-free.
- The Urbini Avi is about 6 lbs lighter, but I don’t know if that makes a big difference to me as I like the sturdiness feel of my ‘other’ jogger.
- The Urbini Avi lacks accessories! My ‘other’ jogger has accessories to purchase like Single Handlebar Console, Sun Shield, Snack Tray, Car Seat Adapter, etc.
- The Urbini Avi doesn’t have as ‘rock-solid’ break system as my ‘other’ jogger, but it hasn’t been anything to really worry about.
- The Urbini Avi is $199. My ‘other’ jogger was $329.
As you can see RJ loves it 😉
What is your favorite jogging stroller?