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Baby Trend Pathway 35 Jogger Travel System (Optic Teal)

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Walmart.com has Baby Trend Pathway 35 Jogger Travel System (Optic Teal) on sale for $99.23. Shipping is free, alternatively store pickup is free. Thanks Dealhunter30

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This was a deal a while back too. Love the stroller, hate the car seat. It is difficult to remove from the base, buckle and adjust the straps. All around, it is a bad carseat. The stroller on the other hand feels very stable and has lots of storage areas.
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I have a baby trend car seat like this. It's no good.

The belt buckles require minutes of fiddling to put the 2 halves together before inserting it into the belt. And the car seat gets stuck in the base almost all the time. Out of frustration sometimes I have to remove the seat and its base out of the car onto the ground in order to detach the seat.

The stroller is also useless for infants. I've been unable to figure out why the car seat sits in the stroller at a slant causing the baby to sit in an almost upright position. Every few mins I had to check if his head was falling forward, and eventually I gave up on the stroller and lugged the car seat around by hand.
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Any luck finding an extra base? Couldn't find one on amazon.
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Impressive price for a Stroller... I wouldn't change my mini GT... Buy a good stroller... They last for years
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I have a baby trend car seat like this. It's no good.

The belt buckles require minutes of fiddling to put the 2 halves together before inserting it into the belt. And the car seat gets stuck in the base almost all the time. Out of frustration sometimes I have to remove the seat and its base out of the car onto the ground in order to detach the seat.

The stroller is also useless for infants. I've been unable to figure out why the car seat sits in the stroller at a slant causing the baby to sit in an almost upright position. Every few mins I had to check if his head was falling forward, and eventually I gave up on the stroller and lugged the car seat around by hand.
You you have the pathway or the expedition set?
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I bought the jogger stroller alone on sale earlier and was researching same brand car seats to go alongside. I tested few car seats in my local Walmart and found itvery difficult to separate the car seat from the base . I turned seat+base upside down and observed one of the spring based hooks wasn't compressing properly. I was eventually able to separate the base and seat but decided it wasn't worth the hassle. I don't expect myself or wife to be doing this once seat is attached to the car. Too bad the travel system price seems very reasonable. Ended up buying a diff brand seat which fits just fine in the stroller.
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Quote from RayLinNoMoney
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I have a baby trend car seat like this. It's no good.

The belt buckles require minutes of fiddling to put the 2 halves together before inserting it into the belt. And the car seat gets stuck in the base almost all the time. Out of frustration sometimes I have to remove the seat and its base out of the car onto the ground in order to detach the seat.

The stroller is also useless for infants. I've been unable to figure out why the car seat sits in the stroller at a slant causing the baby to sit in an almost upright position. Every few mins I had to check if his head was falling forward, and eventually I gave up on the stroller and lugged the car seat around by hand.
There are two knobs you need to turn in so the car seat doesn't lean forward
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Please note that Baby trend strollers are known for front wheel wobble. I have one and it does wobble even if you push it a little faster. I know there are some fixes shown in YouTube and in some forums. But never got to trying one. Anycase you don't have to fix something in a brand new stroller.
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There are two knobs you need to turn in so the car seat doesn't lean forward
I have the same issue, Where are these "knobs" you speak of located?
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I have the same issue, Where are these "knobs" you speak of located?
If you know where the loops are to collapse the stroller then the knobs you have to turn out are just a little further down the rail. There might be some cloth covering them
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If you know where the loops are to collapse the stroller then the knobs you have to turn out are just a little further down the rail. There might be some cloth covering them
I'll check it out, thank you!
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