Dreamer Design Rebound Deluxe Jogging Stroller Versus The Bob Ironman
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Dreamer Design Rebound Deluxe Jogging Stroller Versus The Bob Ironman

Dreamer Design Rebound Deluxe Jogging Stroller Versus The Bob Ironman

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Dreamer Design Rebound Deluxe Jogging Stroller versus the BOB Ironman

We were asked recently to compare the Dreamer Design Rebound Deluxe jogging stroller to the BOB Ironman jogging stroller. Here are our results of the comparison…

* Stroller Weight

* Both strollers weigh 22 lbs.
* No advantage to either stroller
* Wheel Size

* Both strollers have 16″ wheels
* No advantage to either stroller
* Handlebar Height

* Dreamer Design has an adjustable height handlebar that can be adjusted with a push of a button to anywhere from 35″ to 45″ so that it suits the height of the runner.
* BOB Ironman’s handlebar is a fixed height of 41″
* Advantage Dreamer Design since it has the flexibility to adjust handlebar height on the fly
* Child Seated Height

* Dreamer Design has a child seated height of 25″
* BOB’s megapolis cheats seated height is 23″
* Advantage to DD Rebound Deluxe since it can accommodate a taller seated child
* Child Weight Capacity

* Dreamer Design’s weight capacity is 85 lbs.
* BOB’s child weight capacity is 70 lbs.
* Advantage to DD Rebound Deluxe since it can accommodate a larger, perhaps older child
* Rain Cover

* Included with DD’s Rebound Deluxe
* BOB’s doesn’t include one in price.
* Advantage to DD. This may be a big deal if you live in a wet or snowy area like we do.
* Sun Canopy

* Dreamer Design strollers all have a signature “bubble” canopy that can be adjusted to any angle. These things are fantastic! No matter what time of day or direction you’ve chosen to travel, these canopies are so versatile you can run assured that your son or daughter will be seriously well shaded.
* BOB has a sun canopy, but it is not fully adjustable which results in the sun not being blocked from all angles.’s
* Advantage to the Rebound Deluxe. This is the main reason why we chose to sell only Dreamer Design on our website and why all the moms in our family use a Dreamer Design for their babies.
* Suspension System

* Both strollers have 3″ Independent Glide suspension system for smooth ride.
* No advantage to either stroller
* Hand Brake

* DD Rebound Deluxe has “V-Brake” (commonly used on high-end bicycles) not only aids in the Rebound Deluxe’s tracking and braking, but actually makes collapsing and storing your jogger that much easier – as the V-Brake allows you to detach the front wheel with a single button push. It also has a rear foot brake.
* BOB has a Calliper type hand brake with rear foot supercell clash of clans hack brake.
* The brake systems are comparable – no advantage to either stroller
* Reclining Seat

* DD Rebound Deluxe reclines 30 degrees.
* BOB reclines 70 degrees.
* BOB has the advantage since the seat reclines close to flat.
* Wheel Type

* Both strollers have alloy wheel hubs to prevent rust.
* No advantage to either stroller
* Harness System

* Both strollers have a 5 point harness system.
* No advantage to either stroller
* Warranty

* The Dreamer Design has a 20 year warranty for the frame, 1 year for soft goods.
* BOB’s warranty is 5 year warranty for the frame, 1 year for read more soft goods.
* Both warranties are good but DD’s is longer.
* Overall

* Both are excellent strollers – our choice is the DD REbound deluxe because of its sun canopy and lower price.

Ganga Gopan

ganga@techrista.com
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