We put together this Croozer Mini Pet Bike Trailer & Stroller Review for people looking into a 2 in 1 pet bike trailer and stroller for smaller pets.
You can attach the Croozer Mini to the back of your bike, or take off the hitch and push it along as a stroller while you’re walking.
The Croozer Mini is designed with a max weight capacity of around 45lbs, and has internal compartment dimensions of 23½ L x 14½ W x 14 inch H. So, consider that when sizing up your pet/s.
Let’s take a closer look at it!
(NOTE: this is a general information guide only, and is not professional advice, or a substitute for professional advice. A qualified vet or animal expert is the only person qualified to give you expert advice in regards to your pet/s)
Croozer Mini Pet Bike Trailer & Stroller: Review & Buyer’s Guide
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Croozer Mini Pet Bike Trailer & Stroller: Review
- A 2 in 1 pet bike trailer that can be converted to a pet stroller – you can use it while cycling or walking
- Comes with both a stroller kit and trailer kit, and a universal hitch
- Designed to carry pets up to around 45lbs
- Internal compartment dimensions are 23½ L x 14½ W x 14 inch H
- Has entry and exit points in the front and at the back of the trailer/stroller – door opening size is 12 x 13 inch
- Has mesh windows for ventilation
- Stroller handlebar sits at 35 inches above the ground
- Has a rear pocket for storing treats, supplies and other items
- Has 12 inch diameter spoked wheels with air tires
- Can be folded down – folded dimensions are 23½ x 20½ x 7 inch
- Comes in an orange color
- Weighs 16.5lbs overall
- In May 2018, it appears as though some of the description for the Croozer Mini on Amazon might be inaccurate. The Croozer website and Amazon have some conflicting information on the details of the trailer/stroller like for example the max carrying weight (45lbs on the site, and 100lbs on Amazon), or the wheel size (16 inches on Amazon, and 12 inches on the site)
- In reality – the Mini doesn’t work well as a stroller for two reasons…
- The handlebar for the stroller is quite low, and
- The front wheel is plastic and not an air tire with spokes/rims like the back wheels. This makes pushing the stroller awkward as the front wheels is hard and plastic, and the back wheels are air tires
- Well made and works well as a trailer. There’s no dispute that Croozer make quality products. However, this product doesn’t work as well as a stroller for walking as it does as a bike trailer. Croozer may want to look at making the handle bar a bit higher and changing the front wheel material. They could also update the Amazon listing. For small, pets you may want to look elsewhere first if you are looking for a 2 in 1 trailer and stroller. The Aosom 3 in 1 pet bike trailer/stroller/jogger is a popular option
Croozer Mini Pet Bike Trailer & Stroller: Buyer’s Guide
What Might The Croozer Mini Pet Bike Trailer & Stroller Be For?
- Owners wanting a 2 in 1 pet bike trailer and stroller for smaller pets
- Pets up to around 45lbs in weight
- Pets that can fit inside a compartment of 23½ L x 14½ W x 14 inch H
What Might The Croozer Mini Pet Bike Trailer & Stroller NOT Be For?
- Pets over 45lbs
- Pets too big for a compartment size of 23½ L x 14½ W x 14 inch H
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