BOB Gear

BOB Gear® Revolution® Flex 3.0 Jogging Stroller, Lunar Black

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$449.99$449.99
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Stroller StyleJogging Strollers
BrandBOB Gear
GenderUnisex
Color CategoryWhite, Multicolor, Black
Age GroupToddler
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With the BOB Gear Revolution Flex 3.0, you can say yes to any type of outing—whether prepping for a 10K or heading to the zoo. The suspension system keeps you running smoothly and six storage pockets make room for more gear. The handlebar adjusts to the perfect height and the compression seat sits fully-upright, for comfort on all-day excursions. Lunar Black fashion is ultra-reflective for added safety

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With the BOB Gear Revolution Flex 3.0, you can say yes to any type of outing—whether prepping for a 10K or heading to the zoo. The suspension system keeps you running smoothly and six storage pockets make room for more gear. The handlebar adjusts to the perfect height and the compression seat sits fully-upright, for comfort on all-day excursions. Lunar Black fashion is ultra-reflective for added safety

BOB Gear Revolution® Flex 3.0 Jogging Stroller, Lunar Black:

  • Smooth Ride: Suspension system & air filled tires provide an ultra-smooth ride over any terrain
  • Perfect Fit: Adjustable handlebar creates the perfect fit for parents of all heights; no-rethread harness design for easy height adjustments
  • Extra Space: 6 storage pockets & extra-large cargo basket provide plenty of room for your gear; includes a cell phone pocket at the handlebar
  • Kid Comfort: Ultra-padded compression seat with infinite recline sits fully upright for all-day comfort, and lays near-flat with the push of a button
  • Check In & Chat: Magnetic “peek & chat” window keeps your child cool and lets you chat without stopping; includes quiet magnetic closure
  • Got You Covered: Extra-large UPF 50+ canopy shields your child from the sun; includes reflective accents for safety (Lunar Black fashion is ultra-reflective)
  • On- & Off-Road: Swivel-locking front wheel swivels for easy maneuverability or locks for stability when jogging on- or off-road
  • Fold & Go: Easy 2-step fold for convenient transportation and storage
  • Travel System Ready: Compatible with most major brand car seats with the use of a BOB Gear infant car seat adapter (sold separately); Fit: Birth to 75 lbs; 0 to 8 weeks when used with compatible adapter and infant car seat

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Features
Has Brakes, Lockable Front Swivel, Multiple Recline Seat Adjustment, Has Suspension System, Five Point Safety Harness, Multiple Seat Recline, Has Front Locking Wheels, 3 Wheeled, Has Safety Tether Strap, Adjustable Handlebar, 5-point Safety Harness, Has Canopy, Has Storage Basket
Brand
BOB Gear
Manufacturer
Britax Child Safety, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
U221950
Assembled Product Weight
28.50 lbs
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
46.00 x 25.00 x 45.00 Inches

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Most helpful positive review
7 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars
3.0 is an awesome upgrade
If your kid is stroller aged (can't quite keep up with you on a ruck run) and isn't riding a bike yet, you need a BOB. My oldest can keep up on his bike; my youngest gets a first-class ride and an awesome view. If it's a truly gnarly adventure, we bring out the Double so they can both sit. The BOB keeps up on runs, weight-vest rucks, and an occasional hike. Beyond this, the BOB crushes it at the zoo, theme park, and farmer's market. We've owned BOBs since my five year old was an infant but just recently tried out the new Revolution Flex 3.0 Single. I haven't found anything that compares when it comes to turning and general “pushability.” Pneumatic tires and smooth bearings make it super smooth and easy when pushing. This smoothness translates very well to the handlebar. Since the stroller doesn't require a death grip to maneuver, you can make nearly infinite adjustments on the fly by adjusting hand tension, placement, or the handlebar itself. The Flex 3.0 adjusts and locks into 9 different positions with intuitive thumb buttons on either side. The handle material is also very comfortable over distance—temperature stays consistent and it handles moisture without issue. As smooth as it is on the asphalt, it's even more fun (in my opinion) off the roads. It cruises on hard pack, fire roads, and trails. The suspension system combined with pneumatic tires do their job well. I've never heard my kids complain about being uncomfortable in the BOB and we've been over some pretty gnarly terrain. The Flex 3.0 has some cool upgrades compared to previous models. The “peak and chat” window as they call it now uses magnets instead of Velcro (much easier to handle on the fly) and has a ventilated section that seems to do a much better job of letting soundwaves through—you can actually hear your kiddo. This might not seem like a big deal, but constantly having to stop to hear what your kid needs can get pretty frustrating (not an issue when the sunshade is pulled back). The upgraded storage and cell phone pockets are nice, but I'd still recommend adding a handlebar console if only for the ability to have water bottle access without stopping or having to reach down. The reclining system is also very smooth and easy to operate. I'm not sure when this design first appeared, but it's a great system. Like other BOBs, the 3.0 folds down to a pretty small package. I've stored it multiple ways in our overpacked garage: hung it on walls, stuffed it in corners, and packed it onto the shelves. I'm always impressed at how much room it doesn't take up. The fold down process is very smooth and quick. The rear wheels are also extremely easy to take on and off—great design that wasn't on some of the earlier BOB models we tried. For the front wheel, they've upgraded to a thru-axle system instead of the previous quick-release style. I questioned this at first, but concur that this is an upgrade. The axle is super solid and you can't really mess it up—it's on right or not at all. It also requires much less maintenance compared to the original quick-release. Definitely think the 3.0 is an improvement on a stroller that I was already a fan of. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Most helpful negative review
Average Rating:(2.0)out of 5 stars
works! when it works. This is the stroller for you if you like flat tires
owned 3 years, 5 flat tires. Also, wouldnt let me post initial review - sketchy!
Most helpful positive review
7 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars
3.0 is an awesome upgrade
If your kid is stroller aged (can't quite keep up with you on a ruck run) and isn't riding a bike yet, you need a BOB. My oldest can keep up on his bike; my youngest gets a first-class ride and an awesome view. If it's a truly gnarly adventure, we bring out the Double so they can both sit. The BOB keeps up on runs, weight-vest rucks, and an occasional hike. Beyond this, the BOB crushes it at the zoo, theme park, and farmer's market. We've owned BOBs since my five year old was an infant but just recently tried out the new Revolution Flex 3.0 Single. I haven't found anything that compares when it comes to turning and general “pushability.” Pneumatic tires and smooth bearings make it super smooth and easy when pushing. This smoothness translates very well to the handlebar. Since the stroller doesn't require a death grip to maneuver, you can make nearly infinite adjustments on the fly by adjusting hand tension, placement, or the handlebar itself. The Flex 3.0 adjusts and locks into 9 different positions with intuitive thumb buttons on either side. The handle material is also very comfortable over distance—temperature stays consistent and it handles moisture without issue. As smooth as it is on the asphalt, it's even more fun (in my opinion) off the roads. It cruises on hard pack, fire roads, and trails. The suspension system combined with pneumatic tires do their job well. I've never heard my kids complain about being uncomfortable in the BOB and we've been over some pretty gnarly terrain. The Flex 3.0 has some cool upgrades compared to previous models. The “peak and chat” window as they call it now uses magnets instead of Velcro (much easier to handle on the fly) and has a ventilated section that seems to do a much better job of letting soundwaves through—you can actually hear your kiddo. This might not seem like a big deal, but constantly having to stop to hear what your kid needs can get pretty frustrating (not an issue when the sunshade is pulled back). The upgraded storage and cell phone pockets are nice, but I'd still recommend adding a handlebar console if only for the ability to have water bottle access without stopping or having to reach down. The reclining system is also very smooth and easy to operate. I'm not sure when this design first appeared, but it's a great system. Like other BOBs, the 3.0 folds down to a pretty small package. I've stored it multiple ways in our overpacked garage: hung it on walls, stuffed it in corners, and packed it onto the shelves. I'm always impressed at how much room it doesn't take up. The fold down process is very smooth and quick. The rear wheels are also extremely easy to take on and off—great design that wasn't on some of the earlier BOB models we tried. For the front wheel, they've upgraded to a thru-axle system instead of the previous quick-release style. I questioned this at first, but concur that this is an upgrade. The axle is super solid and you can't really mess it up—it's on right or not at all. It also requires much less maintenance compared to the original quick-release. Definitely think the 3.0 is an improvement on a stroller that I was already a fan of. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Most helpful negative review
Average Rating:(2.0)out of 5 stars
works! when it works. This is the stroller for you if you like flat tires
owned 3 years, 5 flat tires. Also, wouldnt let me post initial review - sketchy!
If your kid is stroller aged (can't quite keep up with you on a ruck run) and isn't riding a bike yet, you need a BOB. My oldest can keep up on his bike; my youngest gets a first-class ride and an awesome view. If it's a truly gnarly adventure, we bring out the Double so they can both sit. The BOB keeps up on runs, weight-vest rucks, and an occasional hike. Beyond this, the BOB crushes it at the zoo, theme park, and farmer's market. We've owned BOBs since my five year old was an infant but just recently tried out the new Revolution Flex 3.0 Single. I haven't found anything that compares when it comes to turning and general “pushability.” Pneumatic tires and smooth bearings make it super smooth and easy when pushing. This smoothness translates very well to the handlebar. Since the stroller doesn't require a death grip to maneuver, you can make nearly infinite adjustments on the fly by adjusting hand tension, placement, or the handlebar itself. The Flex 3.0 adjusts and locks into 9 different positions with intuitive thumb buttons on either side. The handle material is also very comfortable over distance—temperature stays consistent and it handles moisture without issue. As smooth as it is on the asphalt, it's even more fun (in my opinion) off the roads. It cruises on hard pack, fire roads, and trails. The suspension system combined with pneumatic tires do their job well. I've never heard my kids complain about being uncomfortable in the BOB and we've been over some pretty gnarly terrain. The Flex 3.0 has some cool upgrades compared to previous models. The “peak and chat” window as they call it now uses magnets instead of Velcro (much easier to handle on the fly) and has a ventilated section that seems to do a much better job of letting soundwaves through—you can actually hear your kiddo. This might not seem like a big deal, but constantly having to stop to hear what your kid needs can get pretty frustrating (not an issue when the sunshade is pulled back). The upgraded storage and cell phone pockets are nice, but I'd still recommend adding a handlebar console if only for the ability to have water bottle access without stopping or having to reach down. The reclining system is also very smooth and easy to operate. I'm not sure when this design first appeared, but it's a great system. Like other BOBs, the 3.0 folds down to a pretty small package. I've stored it multiple ways in our overpacked garage: hung it on walls, stuffed it in corners, and packed it onto the shelves. I'm always impressed at how much room it doesn't take up. The fold down process is very smooth and quick. The rear wheels are also extremely easy to take on and off—great design that wasn't on some of the earlier BOB models we tried. For the front wheel, they've upgraded to a thru-axle system instead of the previous quick-release style. I questioned this at first, but concur that this is an upgrade. The axle is super solid and you can't really mess it up—it's on right or not at all. It also requires much less maintenance compared to the original quick-release. Definitely think the 3.0 is an improvement on a stroller that I was already a fan of. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
owned 3 years, 5 flat tires. Also, wouldnt let me post initial review - sketchy!
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

3.0 is an awesome upgrade

If your kid is stroller aged (can't quite keep up with you on a ruck run) and isn't riding a bike yet, you need a BOB. My oldest can keep up on his bike; my youngest gets a first-class ride and an awesome view. If it's a truly gnarly adventure, we bring out the Double so they can both sit. The BOB keeps up on runs, weight-vest rucks, and an occasional hike. Beyond this, the BOB crushes it at the zoo, theme park, and farmer's market. We've owned BOBs since my five year old was an infant but just recently tried out the new Revolution Flex 3.0 Single.

I haven't found anything that compares when it comes to turning and general “pushability.” Pneumatic tires and smooth bearings make it super smooth and easy when pushing. This smoothness translates very well to the handlebar. Since the stroller doesn't require a death grip to maneuver, you can make nearly infinite adjustments on the fly by adjusting hand tension, placement, or the handlebar itself. The Flex 3.0 adjusts and locks into 9 different positions with intuitive thumb buttons on either side. The handle material is also very comfortable over distance—temperature stays consistent and it handles moisture without issue.

As smooth as it is on the asphalt, it's even more fun (in my opinion) off the roads. It cruises on hard pack, fire roads, and trails. The suspension system combined with pneumatic tires do their job well. I've never heard my kids complain about being uncomfortable in the BOB and we've been over some pretty gnarly terrain.

The Flex 3.0 has some cool upgrades compared to previous models. The “peak and chat” window as they call it now uses magnets instead of Velcro (much easier to handle on the fly) and has a ventilated section that seems to do a much better job of letting soundwaves through—you can actually hear your kiddo. This might not seem like a big deal, but constantly having to stop to hear what your kid needs can get pretty frustrating (not an issue when the sunshade is pulled back). The upgraded storage and cell phone pockets are nice, but I'd still recommend adding a handlebar console if only for the ability to have water bottle access without stopping or having to reach down. The reclining system is also very smooth and easy to operate. I'm not sure when this design first appeared, but it's a great system.

Like other BOBs, the 3.0 folds down to a pretty small package. I've stored it multiple ways in our overpacked garage: hung it on walls, stuffed it in corners, and packed it onto the shelves. I'm always impressed at how much room it doesn't take up. The fold down process is very smooth and quick. The rear wheels are also extremely easy to take on and off—great design that wasn't on some of the earlier BOB models we tried. For the front wheel, they've upgraded to a thru-axle system instead of the previous quick-release style. I questioned this at first, but concur that this is an upgrade. The axle is super solid and you can't really mess it up—it's on right or not at all. It also requires much less maintenance compared to the original quick-release. Definitely think the 3.0 is an improvement on a stroller that I was already a fan of. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Our favorite Stroller

We love the BOB Revolution flex 3.0. It was super easy to assemble and to fold and load. The ride is very smooth comfortable (my little has fallen peacefully asleep!), which makes it the perfect jogging stroller. It's also easy to maneuver. We took it to a busy museum and park and had no problems getting around!

I have another BOB stroller, but love the new features of this stroller. Plus, the Sedona orange color is really fun!

I received this product for free, but the opinions are my own. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Happy Mama, Happy Kiddos

I absolutely LOVE my new Revolution FLEX 3.0 because it goes anywhere! I took it trail running and loved how smoothly the stroller maneuvered over rocks and other obstacles. It turns on a dime which makes it easy to get through crowds and tight spaces.

Some of the new features I was impressed with were the adjustable handlebar and the easy one-step reclining seat, which is perfect for a smooth transition between strolling and naptime.

My 4-year-old loved the comfortable ride; even commenting about how he didn't feel the bumps. I love that there is a larger compartment underneath to store blankets and jackets with lots of pockets for snacks, water bottles, phone and other essentials. The stroller is super light weight and easy to pack and load into the car for the next adventure. This stroller will be part of our family for a long time!

While I received this stroller for free, these opinions are my own. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Drives Like A Dream!

I have had this stroller a little over a week now and I LOVE it!!! It rolls effortlessly even with my big kid in it (60 lbs). Mostly I use it for my younger kiddo (20 lbs). We attend/instruct Stroller Strides so this stroller gets loaded up!

Favorite features:

The zippered pocket near the handlebar that is just the right size for my iPhone 8+

The adjustable handlebar!!! My husband and I BOTH love this stroller for this reason!

The seat reclines nearly flat. I don't use this much with my kid now, but would have loved it when he was younger.

The sun shade goes way down and fully shades/covers kid! This would be great for small babies and my sometimes shy toddler loves to pull it down when he wants privacy.

The mesh pockets on the back of the stroller are smaller than my previous BOB, which at first I thought might be a draw back (I used to store books and a tissue box in there), but turns out to be perfect for water bottles.

The storage space underneath is roomy and easy to access

Everything is SMOOTH. A smooth ride for kiddo. Easy, tight turning. Folds up with a slight tug.

Was very easy to use straight out of the box. Wheels needed to be put on, but it was beyond simple.

The quality in this stroller is evident everywhere. We are very happy with it :-)

Note: I received this stroller for free and the review and opinions in it are my own. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Runs so smooth!!

Just received this a few weeks ago! It is an absolute dream to jog with. It moves so smooth, I can push with one finger. I actually hauled all my beach stuff on it and pushed it on the beach with ease! It is overall the best jogger stroller you can buy. It even reclines and the sun shade covers my daughter so she can take a good nap while running. Highly recommend. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

It's Like the Benz of Jogging Strollers

With a toddler in tow, my only source of exercise these days is a quick run every morning. I've tried a couple strollers and non of them are really a match for the curvy sidewalks in my neighborhood coupled with some bumpy unpaved side roads.

But the Bob Revolution Flex 3.0 is a GAME CHANGER. It literally glides easily along and takes any bumps in stride. My toddler even enjoys the smooth ride and doesn't notice a single movement. (I know because she notices everything and during my runs does not take her eyes off the iPad).

It feels light and easy to manage while in motion. The interior is much more roomy and comfortable than other jogging strollers I've tried. I also like how seamless the brake is to use.

I love this stroller so much that I feel like I missed out not having it with my first child. With my child content and comfy I can now get my workout in every morning with a stroller that is seriously a pleasure to use.

I can't think of a single box that this doesn't check off if you are in the market for a jogging stroller. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Love the BOB

We bought the Revolution Flex on our trip to Canada (we are from Germany) and we have not regretted it since. Our little one loves it and is really comfortable in it. As the one pushing it..I love that the handlebar is adjustable as my husband and I are not the same hight. The BOB can handle nearly any terrain (other than most strollers) and still be comfy for kids as it is the only stroller that is equipped with a shock! When we went to look at strollers at home the guy from the shop sad, that it is impossible to get one. We do not use it for jogging (as non of us do) but we go hiking in the woods which is no trouble for the BOB.

Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Strong stroller that even protected my son in accident

We have enjoyed our Bob jogger every day we have had it! Has always pushed like a dream (nothing like any other stroller I've pushed). Despite being a “heavier” stroller it pushed in snow and in grass with ease. Up and down hills, on long walks or jogs, carrying my groceries in the under baskets, this stroller has done it all for us. Large canopy is great at keeping out the sun. Reclines easily for when he's needed to rest and goes back up to the seated position easily as well.

I've always believed this stroller was tough and never was scared it would break on me or a wheel fall off unlike others I've tried.

This came to a true test when my son was hit while in the stroller by a driver in an SUV. The man wasn't paying attention and made a quick right turn into us. Thankfully the bob has such easy steering I reacted quickly (I was watching the man the whole time I crossed) and swerved over and the tire and side frame of the stroller took the hit. Rather then my sons head or body if he was in a smaller stroller or a cheaply made one. I'm truly thankfully for this stroller and how well built/solid it feels to push and it's ability to protect my son. my son walked away with no injuries and the bob had damage to the wheel but otherwise looked great! Which is shocking and shows how strong it really is. I love having a strong reliable stroller that I've been able to depend on!

Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

UNREAL

Training for the Grand to Grand Ultra has me spending TONS of time running and out on the trails.

I got this jogging stroller to allow me to get some training time in without a baby sitter required to watch my daughter. All I can say is I LOVE IT.

It is a freakin beast on the trails or road.

A BEASTTTTTT.

I love that it's compact and folds up easily and small.

Its super easy to run with which is something I was worried about and its a comfortable ride for my daughter. She loves it!

There are pockets in the side for her, a phone carrier for me along with other netting and pockets to hold everything you need for running without it falling out everywhere.

It's also perfect as a regular stroller for your everyday. You don't need a jogging and a regular stroller... you just need this ONE!

If you're on the fence.. just do it. You won't regret it! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

Average Rating:(3.0)out of 5 stars

All features sold separately

I received this stroller as a baby shower gift. I wanted a jogging stroller and this seemed to be the one I wanted. After further research, I had to buy an adapter for my car seat to fit in the stoller and I have to also buy a snack tray for when the my child is old enough to sit upright in it. Also, I'll have to buy an additional adapter to carry water bottles and keys phones etc up by the handle bar. The last thing that really disappoints it this fact that it is so squeaky where the hydraulics are on the side. I used it a total of 3 times before I noticed the hydraulics squeaking. It's so loud it wakes my baby up with every bump I hit, even the smallest bump. It seems a little outrageous that every adapter that comes with this stroller has to be sold separately. Very frustrating considering the stroller itself was already really expensive and just to use it to its full capacity you have to buy more adapters. I will not recommend this stroller. Th squeaky hydraulics after 3 uses really put me over the edge on my disappointment


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