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Rated 5 out of 5 by KingandQueen Perfect lightweight Double
This stroller is exactly what I was looking for-something that is lightweight enough to come out and go into the trunk quickly and easily, and something without frills for easy set up to go. It also had the five point harness that was hard to find in double umbrella strollers. Not super heavy duty, but for ease of in and out-perfect!
Rated 5 out of 5 by teacher1998 Better than expected!
Very happy with this purchase. I bought a heavy duty double stroller, but it was too big and heavy. Returned it and purchased this one. Light weight, easy to use, comfortable for my twins. The canopies don't really offer any sun protection (too small), this is the the only con. But its so easy, light, and hardly takes up any trunk space. Has a recline feature for little ones who cannot sit up yet. I was worried this stroller would be a cheap-o, much better quality than I expected!
Rated 5 out of 5 by alannayellow affordable double stroller
I wanted a compact, lightweight, double stroller that had a smooth ride, could fit on sidewalks and through doors was not too expensive or short so I would have a backache. I am very happy with how the stroller meets all the above requirements. The handles are nicely padded and ergonomically positioned. Cons: The tires are a strange foamy material that make for a comfortable ride, but I am not sure how long they will hold up. The sunshades are minimal, and seats are very narrow and not tall enough for my 2 yr old.
Rated 2 out of 5 by AndrewsAFBworkingMom Not What I Expected
I am a firm believer of "you get what you pay for," but at $89 this was not what I expected. All the straps are pull straps and difficult to adjust, especially if your child is in the stroller. It was ok for my 1 year old, but my 2 year old who is tall and thin barely fit it here. It has a wide turn radius, and minimal storage, the sun visors are tiny. One pro is that this stroller folds up small and had no set-up required, you can pull it out of the box and pop it open. Unfortunately this is not what I was looking for, and am heading out to return it right now. I would rather spend an extra $100 and get something that my kids will be comfortable in, and that will be easier to maneuver.
Rated 4 out of 5 by BellasTravelers Great Travel Stroller
I originally purchased this stroller to be able to gate check a stroller on an American Airlines flight. They instituted a policy that only strollers under 20lbs could be gate checked, and travelling through an airport with non-walking twins and no stroller was not going to happen! The weight was not published on the internet, but the stroller weighs about 18.5lbs. It is relatively comfortable and gives a fairly smooth ride for an umbrella stroller. It folds easily and compactly. The only complaint is that it will not stand up to abuse (such as a 10 year old standing on a wheel will bend it out of shape) but if you treat it gently it will serve you well!
Rated 4 out of 5 by jrfw almost perfect
I recently had twin girls and purchased this stroller as well as a stroller that holds the infant seats. This stroller is lighter weight and smaller so it is easier to fit in the car and by groceries or to just use on walks. It manuvers really nicely, there is also to medium size pouches to put diapers, wipes, and drink/ food items for the babies. The one thing that I have had to work around is the size of the sun covers. They can move up and down so I use a blanket thrown over them to block out the sun. I wish is came in gray and purple for girls. It does have reflective piping for safety at night, just not a lot. It collapes nicely. The price is not bad. Althought similar single strollers are sooo much cheaper. Not fair that you can buy 3 or 4 single umbrella strollers for the price of this one. The handles aren't that bad for a taller person pushing it.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Becca1144 Seemed like a good idea...
At first this stroller was great-easy to collapse and it actually fit into my chevy cobalts trunk. Then yesterday I attempted to take it to the mall. Fitting it through the door entails pushing the stroller back and fourth breathlessly while I try to get the door opened at the same time. I know we must do this with every stroller, but with a single wide stroller it's manageable and not a huge ordeal. The wheels are rigid to maneuver and they make the stroller wider than the original width, which makes it a nightmare to push through doors (its bad when I say "thank goodness!!!!" to myself when I see a set of automatic doors). I was taking out almost every shirt rack at the mall and I could barely make a turn without hitting something. I was adamant about purchasing a side by side stroller so my two year old and ten month old could interact, but this wasn't worth it. If you are a parent or stay at home parent like myself who needs to be self sufficient during the day, this isn't the stroller for you. I'm returning this one and I've already purchased a front and back stroller.