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The phil&teds Navigator Stroller is the world's first auto stop inline, once again demonstrating phil&teds revolutionary approach to innovation & redefining the way parents think about convenience & safety when using a stroller. The pioneering, hands free braking system is ideal not just for those heart-stopping, emergency moments, but also for those times when having three hands would be ideal. The hands free auto-stop simply activates & waits - automatically - giving parents everywhere true peace of mind. Like all phil&teds inline strollers, the Navigator adapts from a single to a double, suiting the needs of any growing family, with over 26 riding options. The Navigator's double kit (sold separately) now adapts to become a true parent facing seat - doubling its use!

The Navigator ALSO now takes TWO infant car seats as a travel system, making the lives of parents with twins so much easier. With a slim 23" wheelbase, the phil&teds Navigator glides effortlessly through narrow entrances, crowded sidewalks & mountain trails. While parents enjoy the benefits of a slim & agile stroller, child comfort - already a phil&teds staple - has been improved with an even taller seat back - offering an entire YEAR of additional height growth & an even longer newborn bed space than ever before. With over 15 years of research & development of the ideal inline design, phil&teds offers best in class steering, 'curb-pop' & maneuverability & the 12", air-filled tires smooth out any bumps along the way. The phil&teds Navigator's double kit (sold separately) is even better as well, offering a neck support for younger babies, one handed recline & double kit mesh for shade & privacy!
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Features

  • The phil&teds Navigator stroller offers the world's first auto-stop, inline braking system: safe & convenient
  • Offers up to 26 different riding options
  • Take two infant car seats at the same time (adapters sold separately)
  • Unmatched engineering for ultra-light handling

Additional Info

808676

BD2F7688

9420015742930

NAV_V2_7_200_USA

45 lbs

Full Size,Three Wheels

1

Yes

Adjustable Canopy,Cargo Basket,Tray / Bar,Adjustable Handle

Terrain,Jogging,Walking,Shopping,Travel

27.5

34 pounds

31.0 x 21.0 x 10.0

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Average Customer Rating:

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Phil & Teds 1011651 1011651Phil & Teds Navigator Stroller - Graphite
 
4.1

(based on 52 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (25)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (15)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (6)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (2)

82%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Durable (5)
  • Comfortable (3)
  • Easy to maneuver (3)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

No Best Uses

Most Helpful Positive Review

 

Great stroller, quality is less than expected

Bought this with the doubles kit for my almost 3 year old and 7 month old about a month ago. I replaced my double city select with this stroller. I had every accessory for...Read complete review

Bought this with the doubles kit for my almost 3 year old and 7 month old about a month ago. I replaced my double city select with this stroller. I had every accessory for the city select and had a brutal time deciding if I should switch, but so far I'm really glad I did, aside from a few complaints. I wanted to be active with my kids and this stroller is the bomb. I had gone for jogs (about 6.2mph so not fast) but it is lightweight and so easy to maneuver with two kids (about 45-50lbs total). I'm 5'5" and do not need to shorten my stride with this stroller whatsoever. My husband is 6'2" and also has no complaints with walking (he hated the city select for being too short so this is a big improvement). The brake is something to get used to. I like it now, and almost always clip it down (so the brake is off) since I find holding it down makes my hand sore. I have always strapped my diaper bag to the handle bar and can still do that under the brake (so the brake can still function). If you throw a jacket or something across the sunshade the brake has trouble engaging. Second seat can be a little tight when getting a baby in and out. I recline it which makes it easier. And on that note the recline for the main seat is terrible. Its completely obsolete technology, too many steps, super annoying. Its a heavy stroller which makes it more durable, and I haven't figured out the best way to fold and unfold it yet. In an attempt to prevent the foam on the handle from touching the ground (so it does't rip) and the belly bar off the ground (so it doesn't get dirty, I have a snack tray on there) it is awkward to get it in and out of the car. But I'm sure with time I will get that down to a fine art. That said, I wish I had bought the charcoal instead of black because it is impossible to keep clean (the wheel rotates in and rests against the basket and sun shade when collapsed, and the main stroller touches the back wheels when collapsed. Black looks really nice though. In comparison to the city select, the quality is obviously inferior on the P&T. Its a less expensive stroller and it meets my current needs, but it definitely won't last as long as the city select would have. My daughter randomly handed me a little metal grommet today that she said she got off the stroller, but couldn't remember where. I'm glad she didn't eat it. Pros -compact double stroller, easily converts from one to two and back -quick, easy to adjust seat belts -lightweight, maneuverable +++ -big sunshades (if you buy one for the jump seat, which I recommend) -VERY easy to push and steer one handed (as opposed to the double city select) Cons -far inferior accessories (to the city select) -awkward to fold and unfold -quality concerns -NO STORAGE WHATSOEVER (with doubles kit) -don't trust the pockets in the sunshade to keep anything in, they need velcro or magnetic closures on them -not entirely sure the brake won't break!

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Most Helpful Critical Review

 

Looks nice but......

I have been using the Navigator 2 for 10 months since the birth of my second child. Both of my children are small and I can not see how its going to fit both...Read complete review

I have been using the Navigator 2 for 10 months since the birth of my second child. Both of my children are small and I can not see how its going to fit both of them for much longer.... if the second seat is upright there is a 2.5 inch gap between the 10 month olds head and the back of the front seat (its upright too...). Looking at other Phil & Teds in the park there seems to be much more room in other versions... The inline break is just a faff too much. You can not add any carriers to the push bar otherwise the inline break doesn't close back down. Im forever tripping over the buggy as its not quite firmly down. The whole frame is so scratched from my attempts to fold it down and heave it into the boot of the car. It does fold down quickly but Im forever fighting with it to squash it down to fit into the boot. There is a knack to getting it in. It does feel very heavy, after two cesareans I couldn't lift it into the boot for the first 3 months... It does drive very nicely but I wouldn't and haven't recommended it to anyone. Oh and the rain cover doesn't fit.

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5.0

the only stroller on the market to have everything we needed

By New mama

from North Carolina

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Pros

  • Comfortable
  • Easily Stowed
  • Easy To Set Up
  • Easy To Steer
  • Lightweight
  • Sturdy

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Phil & Teds 1011651 1011651 Phil & Teds Navigator Stroller - Graphite:

      My husband & I argued about which stroller to get for months. We couldn't find one that had everything we wanted...capability to covert to a double, good storage space, easy maneuverability, and jogging capability. Its expensive, but we are hoping it will come in handy when we have our 2nd so we don't have to buy a double stroller. We went for our first walk last night with baby (a newborn - it folds down so it can be used for the little ones) and it was a smooth ride. Cant wait to use it more!!

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      5.0

      Every stroller should have these features!

      By NYCandPA

      from NY, NY and Central PA

      Comments about Phil & Teds 1011651 1011651 Phil & Teds Navigator Stroller - Graphite:

      I cannot imagine why anyone would rate this stroller anything but 5 stars. This is perfect for walking or running. Pavement, gravel, grass... it handles it all with ease. Some people end up with 5 strollers by the time they've had two kids, but you don't need that much because this has been great for running (though not a true jogging stroller), city and weekend activities. We have this and an travel stroller that folds up smaller for the car. AND it converts to a double stroller that easily fits through doors and narrow aisles of city stores. By far my favorite feature is the brake on the handle. it has not prevented me from using a velcro drink/phone/wallet holder and is so much easier to use than worrying about accidentally kicking the breaks. The only issue that have is that it does not stand on its own, but really, how many strollers do? and How often has that been an "issue"? Maybe once. I am a small person and getting it in and out of the car has not been an issue. Overall, I LOVE this stroller and the longevity that it will provide for my growing family.

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      4.0

      Autostop break offers great peace of mind

      By ceci500

      from Italy

      Comments about Phil & Teds 1011651 1011651 Phil & Teds Navigator Stroller - Graphite:

      I've been using the Navigator since November and have tried it out on hilly and mountainous terrain , from dirt tracks to gravelly lanes to snowy pistes where I live in the Dolomites. I bought it specifically for the Autostop break as I wanted to feel secure pushing my pram and baby around hilly and often icy and snowy areas. The pram is a very easy to move around, even one handed, and I have felt completely safe taking it down steep slopes, knowing that if I slip and let go, the break will kick in. The pram itself is quite large and heavy and you need to have a decent sized boot for it to fit in the car but I think this robustness helps, certainly on snowy ground and it doesn't feel heavy to push. The fold away and opening system are very good and I like that you can adjust the seat using the zip system to have baby in various positions from lying down flat to sitting up. When the pram arrived there was a small clip which was broken on the seat but Phil and Teds replaced the whole seat within a few days so I was very impressed with the customer service too.

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      5.0

      Best stroller if you have dogs and kids!

      By Happy Camper

      from Toronto, ON, Canada

      Comments about Phil & Teds 1011651 1011651 Phil & Teds Navigator Stroller - Graphite:

      After extensive research I purchased the auto-stop Navigator II, and I am so happy with it! We have two dogs and an almost two year old and as an active, outdoor, downtown family I am so pleased to have a more technical, yet stylish all terrain stroller. We were given a used Bugaboo Cameleon as our first stroller (great for urbanites) but it was time to find something that: - went off road and maneuvered through snow - maneuvered over streetcar tracks - accommodated lots of unexpected stops with the dogs - was tall enough for my husband (6'3) and myself (5'9) - accommodated a second child - and was compact for our front porch This stroller fits the bill on all accounts! And we LOVE it! Some tips if you're thinking of buying the Navigator II: - use two hands when folding, yes you can do it one handed but the swing action is quite fast so make sure to practice so you don't damage the handle bar when you release the frame - follow the PSI measurement when pumping your tires no more than 22 PSI and always use a bike pump. Happy Strolling!

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      1.0

      Regret spending over $500

      By al05

      from edmonton alberta

      Comments about Phil & Teds 1011651 1011651 Phil & Teds Navigator Stroller - Graphite:

      I wish i had never bought this stroller. I have the double kit for my two kids and they constantly fight over who gets to sit up high or who goes underneath. You have no room to put a diaper bag even with the conversion kit added on. The stroller is heavy and a pain to take down and for the amount of money your spending you would think simple cup holders would be included but no. The wheels are a hard plastic so its anything but a smooth ride. I like my $89 single stroller from Wal-Mart any day over this one. I definitely don't recommend it to anyone.

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      1.0

      Not suitable as a double buggy

      By Penney13

      from London, United Kingdom

      Comments about Phil & Teds 1011651 1011651 Phil & Teds Navigator Stroller - Graphite:

      I spent a long time researching the various double buggy options but I'm really disappointed with the functionality of the double kit. The seat at the back is positioned in such close proximity to the front seat that it's unusable in the upright position. My 13month old daughter is therefore stuck in the reclined position so she can see out but she really dislikes it. The back seat is also not suitable for an older child (3yo) which I've noticed the older models allow. This is really handy when your older child gets tired of scooting for example and the younger child is in the front. The new braking system is neither here nor there. I find it unrealistic to walk along clutching the break in the whole time anyway. Overall, I'm afraid it's very disappointing.

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      5.0

      light weight compared to most other strollers!

      By Emilymaycarson

      from Pittsburgh, PA, United States

      Comments about Phil & Teds 1011651 1011651 Phil & Teds Navigator Stroller - Graphite:

      This is perfect for my two kids and I to go jogging! Compared to my other strollers it weighs much less and folds down smaller... Even smaller than my single stroller! I LOVE it! Works great on all terrain!

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      4.0

      Great stroller, quality is less than expected

      By angged

      from alberta, Canada

      Comments about Phil & Teds 1011651 1011651 Phil & Teds Navigator Stroller - Graphite:

      Bought this with the doubles kit for my almost 3 year old and 7 month old about a month ago. I replaced my double city select with this stroller. I had every accessory for the city select and had a brutal time deciding if I should switch, but so far I'm really glad I did, aside from a few complaints. I wanted to be active with my kids and this stroller is the bomb. I had gone for jogs (about 6.2mph so not fast) but it is lightweight and so easy to maneuver with two kids (about 45-50lbs total). I'm 5'5" and do not need to shorten my stride with this stroller whatsoever. My husband is 6'2" and also has no complaints with walking (he hated the city select for being too short so this is a big improvement). The brake is something to get used to. I like it now, and almost always clip it down (so the brake is off) since I find holding it down makes my hand sore. I have always strapped my diaper bag to the handle bar and can still do that under the brake (so the brake can still function). If you throw a jacket or something across the sunshade the brake has trouble engaging. Second seat can be a little tight when getting a baby in and out. I recline it which makes it easier. And on that note the recline for the main seat is terrible. Its completely obsolete technology, too many steps, super annoying. Its a heavy stroller which makes it more durable, and I haven't figured out the best way to fold and unfold it yet. In an attempt to prevent the foam on the handle from touching the ground (so it does't rip) and the belly bar off the ground (so it doesn't get dirty, I have a snack tray on there) it is awkward to get it in and out of the car. But I'm sure with time I will get that down to a fine art. That said, I wish I had bought the charcoal instead of black because it is impossible to keep clean (the wheel rotates in and rests against the basket and sun shade when collapsed, and the main stroller touches the back wheels when collapsed. Black looks really nice though. In comparison to the city select, the quality is obviously inferior on the P&T. Its a less expensive stroller and it meets my current needs, but it definitely won't last as long as the city select would have. My daughter randomly handed me a little metal grommet today that she said she got off the stroller, but couldn't remember where. I'm glad she didn't eat it. Pros -compact double stroller, easily converts from one to two and back -quick, easy to adjust seat belts -lightweight, maneuverable +++ -big sunshades (if you buy one for the jump seat, which I recommend) -VERY easy to push and steer one handed (as opposed to the double city select) Cons -far inferior accessories (to the city select) -awkward to fold and unfold -quality concerns -NO STORAGE WHATSOEVER (with doubles kit) -don't trust the pockets in the sunshade to keep anything in, they need velcro or magnetic closures on them -not entirely sure the brake won't break!

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      4.0

      Easy handling for 2 kids + 1 puppy

      By Laidy

      from Chiba, Japan

      Comments about Phil & Teds 1011651 1011651 Phil & Teds Navigator Stroller - Graphite:

      We bought our navigator v2 when i gave birth to our 2nd child on jan2015, it was easy breezy to stroll around and have a light jog with it. The only thing that concerned us was it is heavy and a little bulky when putting on the car trunk. Also the rubber covering the auto stop is already wearing out. But other than that we can say that we love it, i can take the kids and the dog on a 5km stroll and pushing this stroller is so easy.

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      5.0

      Amazing pram!

      By elysha

      from Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

      Comments about Phil & Teds 1011651 1011651 Phil & Teds Navigator Stroller - Graphite:

      I bought a Phil & Teds Navigator in 2013 - such an amazing pram. I used this for our first newborn as it. I do agree that its heavy but its super strong, durable and love the sporty yet classy look. I love how much you can load these prams up and they never fail. We bought a select city 2014 as I had pram envy for this pram :) $1400.00 later what a mistake that was. The Phil and Teds is a much, much better ride and is more comfortable to the user as well. I love that our Phil and teds takes a beating but never has never let our family down. Never need anything replaced. I would recommend this pram to anyone time and time again.

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