BOB Revolution SE Single Stroller

BOB Revolution SE Single Stroller – BOB Revolution SE Single Stroller.

BOB Revolution CE Stroller, Plum

With the latest innovative features, the Revolution CE is perfect for any city experience. Coolly maneuver tight spaces and crowded places with the revolutionary swiveling front wheel or lock it in place for increased stability at faster speeds. Trust the state of the art suspension system, ultra padded reclining seat and adjustable five point padded harness to keep baby comfortable as you explore. If your little one is not quite ready for the roomy, comfortable seat, the Accessory Adapter featu

BOB Revolution CE Stroller, Plum Features

  • Swiveling front wheel allows for superior maneuverability, locks forward for increased stability jogging or when the terrain turns tough
  • Easy, two step folding, lightweight frame for convenient transport and storage
  • State of the art, adjustable suspension system provides an exceptionally smooth ride
  • Accessory adapter allows for quick and easy attachment of BOB Infant car seat adapter or snack tray, Compatible w/CS1001 Graco, CS1002 Peg Perego, CS1003 Chicco
  • Older version

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3 Responses to “BOB Revolution SE Single Stroller”

  1. kasaram bala March 24, 2015 at 9:27 pm #
  2. Chuck March 24, 2015 at 9:51 pm #
    68 of 72 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Darn good stroller, February 8, 2011

    This review is from: BOB Revolution CE Stroller, Plum (Baby Product)
    I recently purchased this for walks with our 10 month old daughter. In short, we love it!

    It is maneuverable and rolls quite nicely. It easily rides over uneven terrain. We have received piles of snow this year and it makes walking the poorly shoveled sidewalks and curbs a piece of cake.

    I know some of the older versions had complaints about the “back board” (or lack of) in the stroller’s seat. It looks like BOB has responded. The back in this model has more support and is no longer the “sling” some people complained about with the pre-2011 versions.

    One of the other complaints from the old versions was the lack of a mechanism to secure the stroller when folded. BOB again responded by attaching a clip to the wrist strap that connects to another clip on the axle when folded. It’s easy to fasten when the stroller is folded and allows you to lift the stroller without worrying about it unfolding on you.

    The canopy is only half extended in the product picture. When fully extended it easily blocks the low evening sun from my daughter’s eyes.

    The 5 point harness is easy to adjust and my daughter hasn’t complained. We have taken a few long walks and she has not seemed bothered by it.

    I really like the storage on the back of the seat. It’s a simple thing but it’s a great place to keep a small change of clothes, diaper, pad, and wipes. No need to lug the diaper bag along for a walk. There is still plenty of storage in the bottom of the stroller for other items.

    My only complaint is I wish it stood up when it is folded. Our Britax Chaperone stands up when it’s folded. It makes storing it in the garage or back of our vehicle easier. The nose wheel prevents it form happening on the BOB.

    Again, we love it so far. I’ll try to update this after some more use.

    UPDATE September 2012
    We still have the stroller and plan on using it for our second child coming soon. One additional comment after using it for a while:

    The tires do lose a bit of air every few months. You need to be careful using the brake if the tires are a little flat. If you start to push it with the brake on, it can cause the tires to rotate around the rim. You’ll be able to tell when you see the inflation stems get a little crooked. It’s pretty easy to just twist the tires back so the inflation stem is perpendicular to the rim. Then inflate it. Other than inflating the tires, I have had to do nothing to the stroller.

    UPDATE Summer 2014
    Finally popped a tire. One tip when you order a replacement tube. Buy the ones with an angled stem like “Sunlite Bicycle Tube 12-1/2 x 2-1/4 (1.75) Angled 70 Degree SCHRADER valve”. It makes it easier to reach the stem to inflate the tires.


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  3. JC March 24, 2015 at 10:01 pm #
    26 of 28 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great stroller!, August 24, 2011
    JC (California) –

    This review is from: BOB Revolution CE Stroller, Plum (Baby Product)
    First time parent here! 🙂

    When walking around the mall/neighborhood/etc we would often see parent’s using BOBs. When inquiring with them whether they liked it or not, the usual response was “I used to have a (insert other brand name here) but when I tried a BOB there was no going back”

    My wife and I went to many stores, trying out pretty much every stroller out there. The BOB was always one of the the (if not THE) easiest to push and most sturdy.

    The plum color is great. It is not too “girly” that you couldnt push a baby boy in it, yet it is different enough from black to give the stroller a little more character.

    As far as accessories, I highly, highly recommend getting the “Think King Mighty Buggy Hook” sold here on Amazon. These things are sturdy and great (and cheap). Also the BOB infant car seat adapter works wonderfully with our Chicco Keyfit 30.

    If I had to list cons, I would have two (but they are not really big cons to me)

    1) stroller is larger than other strollers, but the great manuverability makes up for that
    2) I found the folding/un-folding action to be a tad awkward. I am getting more used to it, but it is more “physical” than i thought folding/un-folding a stroller would be. It sort of involves a nice flick of the wrist to get it unfolded. I would suggest trying it out in a store if you can.


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