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The Jane Cross Reverse was released in 2010 as the most compact all-terrain stroller. However, the front wheels and the mild suspension are more suitable for urban use. The stroller has a compact telescopic fold. An added value are the LED lights with 3 flashing modes for greater visibility in poor lighting conditions.

The seat is fully reclinable. It comes with a seat liner with a head hugger and a bumper bar. However, the bumper bar can only be used when the seat faces forward. The bumper bar can be detached and folded telescopically for easier storage. The attachment points for the bumper bar on the chassis can even be covered so that if it is not being used, there are no unsightly holes on the sides. The seat and the carrycot are attached to the chassis using the Pro-Fix system. All the newer types of carrycots will also fit this attachment system. You can choose among the Micro or the Nano foldable carrycots or the Transporter or the Matrix Light carrycots that can be used in the car. You can also attach a Concord or Be Cool carrycot to the chassis. An optional car seat is also available, or you can buy the Cross Reverse as a complete stroller system.


stroller, 2in1 stroller system, 3in1 stroller system
Weight (in kg)
Unfolded dimensions (h×w×l in cm)
110 × 61 × 101
Folded dimensions (h×w×l in cm)
91 × 40 × 35
Brand origin
Chassis material
Maximum seat load (in kg)
Recommended age of the child (in months)
0 – 30
Reversible seat
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