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Joovy Big Caboose Graphite Sit and Stand Triple Stroller, Turquoise

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<p>Traveling with your little ones can be more convenient with the Joovy Big Caboose Graphite Stand-On Triple Stroller system. This model features a practical design that gives children a nice and cozy place to rest, as well as avoid the sunlight and exposure to rain, all at the same time. It has a sturdy design that makes it suited for big families that are always on the go. This Joovy stroller has room for up to three passengers, offering everything parents love about a sit-and-stand unit, plus one extra spot for baby number three. With two seats, a bench and a standing platform, everyone gets to sit the way they want so you can keep the team in one place. Whether you're adding a set of twins to the family or preparing for your third child, the Big Caboose is an essential. This stylish turquoise stroller is suited for babies ages 6 months and up. </p>

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Traveling with your little ones can be more convenient with the Joovy Big Caboose Graphite Stand-On Triple Stroller system. This model features a practical design that gives children a nice and cozy place to rest, as well as avoid the sunlight and exposure to rain, all at the same time. It has a sturdy design that makes it suited for big families that are always on the go. This Joovy stroller has room for up to three passengers, offering everything parents love about a sit-and-stand unit, plus one extra spot for baby number three. With two seats, a bench and a standing platform, everyone gets to sit the way they want so you can keep the team in one place. Whether you're adding a set of twins to the family or preparing for your third child, the Big Caboose is an essential. This stylish turquoise stroller is suited for babies ages 6 months and up.


Joovy Big Caboose Graphite Stand-On Triple Stroller, Turquoise:

  • Can seat up to three kids, newborn - 40 lbs.
  • Can be used for newborns with car seat adapter
  • Joovy stroller fits through most doors and checkouts
  • Bench or standing platform option
  • Stadium seating for front riders
  • Included seats are safe for babies ages 6 months and up
  • 2-position adjustable leg rests
  • Canopies for three
  • Joovy stroller includes two child trays with cup holders
  • Giant under-seat storage basket
  • 4-wheel suspension for a smooth ride
  • Stylish turquoise stroller

Specifications

Brand
Joovy
Color
Blue
Manufacturer Part Number
8150
Assembled Product Weight
32.3 lbs
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
55.00 x 21.50 x 44.25 Inches

Customer Reviews

Average Rating:(3.7)out of 5 stars
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Most helpful positive review
9 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars
Perfect for Twins Plus One
The Seats: The 2 full seats are much more upright than many stroller seats (actually, more than any stroller I have used!), which gives the kids a great view, so they're not struggling to pull themselves upright with the belly bar. The 2 seats are also "stadium seating" as I like to call them, so the kid in the 2nd row can see over the first, and you can see both of them (the backs of their heads anyway) while pushing. It's functional and adorable! The Under Basket: The basket is huge!!! It has a max load of 10 pounds which means you can't load it up with a weeks' worth of groceries (though you may be able to create some kind of hack here to give it more support), and there's no one giant space to access it from so you can't stuff your humongous double diaper bag down there, but it holds a LOT!! I've been packing 3 smaller bags of stuff that i can access from between each seat - one bag for diapers / wipes / extra clothes, one for snacks, and one for toys. That way, we just pull out one bag at a time, much simpler! 3rd Child Flexibility: At the back of the stroller, there's a built in bench (with 3-point lap belt) and ride on board. A toddler or older child (45 pounds max) has great flexibility to sit or stand here without being in the way of the stroller pusher's stride (which is my big pet peeve with the sit/stand ride on boards that attach separately - they're always in my way!!!!). When the back seat is reclined, it'll leave the child sitting in the back a bit hunched over, but it's not a huge deal. There's also a 3rd option which is great when you have triplets - you can purchase the Caboose Rear Seat and install on the back bench seat, giving the Big Caboose 3 fully functioning forward facing seats!! The Spectacle: Let's face it, this stroller is an eye turner! If you have 3 small children (especially twins or triplets), you're probably used to hearing "You've sure got your hands full!!!" 10 times a day. You will not be incognito pushing this stroller. There is no flying under the radar with the Big Caboose. But you know what? Personally, I love it! I love the comments, the smiles, the "WOW, SUPER MOM!!!" shout outs! The Canopies: While not the largest on the market, they are pretty big and each of the 2 regular seats has an independent canopy that can be opened, closed, and pulled forward or backward, which is great because you can move them to block the sun no matter what angle it's coming in from! They also snap in and out easily, so if you don't need them just pull them out and give your kids an even better view!! But, let's not kid ourselves. There is no PERFECT stroller. They all have their pros and cons and we have to decide for ourselves what our priorities and deal breakers are. The Joovy Big Caboose is narrow (21.5" wide), which is a great selling point, but it is also LONG (55" in use, 63" when folded). This means it's a bit of a beast to maneuver. Corners are a full body workout and pushing on slightly tilted surfaces will have your triceps cut like a mother (pun intended!!!) in no time. Popping up and over curbs and steps is a no-no (but it actually does really well with large door lips, side walk cracks, etc etc). If you're an itty bitty 4'10" 80 pound mama, this might not be the best stroller for you, but it's still worth taking it for a test drive to be sure! For me, it's not the best push, but it's no big deal. Let's get real. It's a 34 pound stroller (similar weight to all the doubles), so with my 3 kids and our stuff in there we're talking pushing 100 pounds or so around. Ain't no stroller out there that's gonna have a dream push with this kind of weight. There's no double or triple (that I've seen) allowing you a luxurious one-handed push while you sip a latte or hold an umbrella. Another semi-negative aspect of the stroller is that the seats only have 2 position recline and they don't lay back very far. My 10 month old twins have been napping just fine in them, but they get in that head-tilted-over kind of position that freaks me out. But I do love how upright they are in their most vertical position for awake time, which trumps sleeping position in my book! I was nervous that the Big Caboose wouldn't fit into my building's tiny elevator, or through the very tight turn in my apartment's entry way. Surprisingly, it fit just fine!! It's been kicking butt strollering through the mean streets of Bay Ridge, Brooklyn - I've had it for a couple of weeks so far and haven't had to do the "turn of shame" for not being able to fit somewhere (it's happened with my double-wide on numerous occasions). I know the nabe, so I know which cross streets to avoid (the ones with no curb cutout). Yes, it does well in the city, I can attest to that! The front wheels can lock, helping you out a bit if pushing on grass or gravel, but I imagine it's still be quite difficult. If you're a suburban mama looking for a stroller to take to the mall, this is perfect - space for the kids and the shopping bags, it'll have a fabulous push on those beautifully level department store floors, and it'll be narrow enough to navigate through racks and what not! Just measure your trunk carefully to make sure this bad boy will fit! It does collapse in one piece, which is nice! In a nutshell, the Joovy Big Caboose is an AMAZING triple stroller that accommodates 2-3 children and while I did receive this stroller for free in exchange for my review, this is my HONEST review and I couldn't be happier to be pushing this bad boy around - LOVE IT!!! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Most helpful negative review
4 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars
Terrible stroller
I would give this zero stars if I could. I consider myself a strong person and I can't keep this stroller moving straight which makes any walks miserable. I have a 2 yr old, 1 yr old and 4 month old so they aren't even heavy kids. I hate I spent the money on the stroller. I would love to return it but I can't.
Most helpful positive review
9 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars
Perfect for Twins Plus One
The Seats: The 2 full seats are much more upright than many stroller seats (actually, more than any stroller I have used!), which gives the kids a great view, so they're not struggling to pull themselves upright with the belly bar. The 2 seats are also "stadium seating" as I like to call them, so the kid in the 2nd row can see over the first, and you can see both of them (the backs of their heads anyway) while pushing. It's functional and adorable! The Under Basket: The basket is huge!!! It has a max load of 10 pounds which means you can't load it up with a weeks' worth of groceries (though you may be able to create some kind of hack here to give it more support), and there's no one giant space to access it from so you can't stuff your humongous double diaper bag down there, but it holds a LOT!! I've been packing 3 smaller bags of stuff that i can access from between each seat - one bag for diapers / wipes / extra clothes, one for snacks, and one for toys. That way, we just pull out one bag at a time, much simpler! 3rd Child Flexibility: At the back of the stroller, there's a built in bench (with 3-point lap belt) and ride on board. A toddler or older child (45 pounds max) has great flexibility to sit or stand here without being in the way of the stroller pusher's stride (which is my big pet peeve with the sit/stand ride on boards that attach separately - they're always in my way!!!!). When the back seat is reclined, it'll leave the child sitting in the back a bit hunched over, but it's not a huge deal. There's also a 3rd option which is great when you have triplets - you can purchase the Caboose Rear Seat and install on the back bench seat, giving the Big Caboose 3 fully functioning forward facing seats!! The Spectacle: Let's face it, this stroller is an eye turner! If you have 3 small children (especially twins or triplets), you're probably used to hearing "You've sure got your hands full!!!" 10 times a day. You will not be incognito pushing this stroller. There is no flying under the radar with the Big Caboose. But you know what? Personally, I love it! I love the comments, the smiles, the "WOW, SUPER MOM!!!" shout outs! The Canopies: While not the largest on the market, they are pretty big and each of the 2 regular seats has an independent canopy that can be opened, closed, and pulled forward or backward, which is great because you can move them to block the sun no matter what angle it's coming in from! They also snap in and out easily, so if you don't need them just pull them out and give your kids an even better view!! But, let's not kid ourselves. There is no PERFECT stroller. They all have their pros and cons and we have to decide for ourselves what our priorities and deal breakers are. The Joovy Big Caboose is narrow (21.5" wide), which is a great selling point, but it is also LONG (55" in use, 63" when folded). This means it's a bit of a beast to maneuver. Corners are a full body workout and pushing on slightly tilted surfaces will have your triceps cut like a mother (pun intended!!!) in no time. Popping up and over curbs and steps is a no-no (but it actually does really well with large door lips, side walk cracks, etc etc). If you're an itty bitty 4'10" 80 pound mama, this might not be the best stroller for you, but it's still worth taking it for a test drive to be sure! For me, it's not the best push, but it's no big deal. Let's get real. It's a 34 pound stroller (similar weight to all the doubles), so with my 3 kids and our stuff in there we're talking pushing 100 pounds or so around. Ain't no stroller out there that's gonna have a dream push with this kind of weight. There's no double or triple (that I've seen) allowing you a luxurious one-handed push while you sip a latte or hold an umbrella. Another semi-negative aspect of the stroller is that the seats only have 2 position recline and they don't lay back very far. My 10 month old twins have been napping just fine in them, but they get in that head-tilted-over kind of position that freaks me out. But I do love how upright they are in their most vertical position for awake time, which trumps sleeping position in my book! I was nervous that the Big Caboose wouldn't fit into my building's tiny elevator, or through the very tight turn in my apartment's entry way. Surprisingly, it fit just fine!! It's been kicking butt strollering through the mean streets of Bay Ridge, Brooklyn - I've had it for a couple of weeks so far and haven't had to do the "turn of shame" for not being able to fit somewhere (it's happened with my double-wide on numerous occasions). I know the nabe, so I know which cross streets to avoid (the ones with no curb cutout). Yes, it does well in the city, I can attest to that! The front wheels can lock, helping you out a bit if pushing on grass or gravel, but I imagine it's still be quite difficult. If you're a suburban mama looking for a stroller to take to the mall, this is perfect - space for the kids and the shopping bags, it'll have a fabulous push on those beautifully level department store floors, and it'll be narrow enough to navigate through racks and what not! Just measure your trunk carefully to make sure this bad boy will fit! It does collapse in one piece, which is nice! In a nutshell, the Joovy Big Caboose is an AMAZING triple stroller that accommodates 2-3 children and while I did receive this stroller for free in exchange for my review, this is my HONEST review and I couldn't be happier to be pushing this bad boy around - LOVE IT!!! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Most helpful negative review
4 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars
Terrible stroller
I would give this zero stars if I could. I consider myself a strong person and I can't keep this stroller moving straight which makes any walks miserable. I have a 2 yr old, 1 yr old and 4 month old so they aren't even heavy kids. I hate I spent the money on the stroller. I would love to return it but I can't.
The Seats: The 2 full seats are much more upright than many stroller seats (actually, more than any stroller I have used!), which gives the kids a great view, so they're not struggling to pull themselves upright with the belly bar. The 2 seats are also "stadium seating" as I like to call them, so the kid in the 2nd row can see over the first, and you can see both of them (the backs of their heads anyway) while pushing. It's functional and adorable! The Under Basket: The basket is huge!!! It has a max load of 10 pounds which means you can't load it up with a weeks' worth of groceries (though you may be able to create some kind of hack here to give it more support), and there's no one giant space to access it from so you can't stuff your humongous double diaper bag down there, but it holds a LOT!! I've been packing 3 smaller bags of stuff that i can access from between each seat - one bag for diapers / wipes / extra clothes, one for snacks, and one for toys. That way, we just pull out one bag at a time, much simpler! 3rd Child Flexibility: At the back of the stroller, there's a built in bench (with 3-point lap belt) and ride on board. A toddler or older child (45 pounds max) has great flexibility to sit or stand here without being in the way of the stroller pusher's stride (which is my big pet peeve with the sit/stand ride on boards that attach separately - they're always in my way!!!!). When the back seat is reclined, it'll leave the child sitting in the back a bit hunched over, but it's not a huge deal. There's also a 3rd option which is great when you have triplets - you can purchase the Caboose Rear Seat and install on the back bench seat, giving the Big Caboose 3 fully functioning forward facing seats!! The Spectacle: Let's face it, this stroller is an eye turner! If you have 3 small children (especially twins or triplets), you're probably used to hearing "You've sure got your hands full!!!" 10 times a day. You will not be incognito pushing this stroller. There is no flying under the radar with the Big Caboose. But you know what? Personally, I love it! I love the comments, the smiles, the "WOW, SUPER MOM!!!" shout outs! The Canopies: While not the largest on the market, they are pretty big and each of the 2 regular seats has an independent canopy that can be opened, closed, and pulled forward or backward, which is great because you can move them to block the sun no matter what angle it's coming in from! They also snap in and out easily, so if you don't need them just pull them out and give your kids an even better view!! But, let's not kid ourselves. There is no PERFECT stroller. They all have their pros and cons and we have to decide for ourselves what our priorities and deal breakers are. The Joovy Big Caboose is narrow (21.5" wide), which is a great selling point, but it is also LONG (55" in use, 63" when folded). This means it's a bit of a beast to maneuver. Corners are a full body workout and pushing on slightly tilted surfaces will have your triceps cut like a mother (pun intended!!!) in no time. Popping up and over curbs and steps is a no-no (but it actually does really well with large door lips, side walk cracks, etc etc). If you're an itty bitty 4'10" 80 pound mama, this might not be the best stroller for you, but it's still worth taking it for a test drive to be sure! For me, it's not the best push, but it's no big deal. Let's get real. It's a 34 pound stroller (similar weight to all the doubles), so with my 3 kids and our stuff in there we're talking pushing 100 pounds or so around. Ain't no stroller out there that's gonna have a dream push with this kind of weight. There's no double or triple (that I've seen) allowing you a luxurious one-handed push while you sip a latte or hold an umbrella. Another semi-negative aspect of the stroller is that the seats only have 2 position recline and they don't lay back very far. My 10 month old twins have been napping just fine in them, but they get in that head-tilted-over kind of position that freaks me out. But I do love how upright they are in their most vertical position for awake time, which trumps sleeping position in my book! I was nervous that the Big Caboose wouldn't fit into my building's tiny elevator, or through the very tight turn in my apartment's entry way. Surprisingly, it fit just fine!! It's been kicking butt strollering through the mean streets of Bay Ridge, Brooklyn - I've had it for a couple of weeks so far and haven't had to do the "turn of shame" for not being able to fit somewhere (it's happened with my double-wide on numerous occasions). I know the nabe, so I know which cross streets to avoid (the ones with no curb cutout). Yes, it does well in the city, I can attest to that! The front wheels can lock, helping you out a bit if pushing on grass or gravel, but I imagine it's still be quite difficult. If you're a suburban mama looking for a stroller to take to the mall, this is perfect - space for the kids and the shopping bags, it'll have a fabulous push on those beautifully level department store floors, and it'll be narrow enough to navigate through racks and what not! Just measure your trunk carefully to make sure this bad boy will fit! It does collapse in one piece, which is nice! In a nutshell, the Joovy Big Caboose is an AMAZING triple stroller that accommodates 2-3 children and while I did receive this stroller for free in exchange for my review, this is my HONEST review and I couldn't be happier to be pushing this bad boy around - LOVE IT!!! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
I would give this zero stars if I could. I consider myself a strong person and I can't keep this stroller moving straight which makes any walks miserable. I have a 2 yr old, 1 yr old and 4 month old so they aren't even heavy kids. I hate I spent the money on the stroller. I would love to return it but I can't.

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1-10 of 42 reviews
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Perfect for Twins Plus One

The Seats: The 2 full seats are much more upright than many stroller seats (actually, more than any stroller I have used!), which gives the kids a great view, so they're not struggling to pull themselves upright with the belly bar. The 2 seats are also "stadium seating" as I like to call them, so the kid in the 2nd row can see over the first, and you can see both of them (the backs of their heads anyway) while pushing. It's functional and adorable!

The Under Basket: The basket is huge!!! It has a max load of 10 pounds which means you can't load it up with a weeks' worth of groceries (though you may be able to create some kind of hack here to give it more support), and there's no one giant space to access it from so you can't stuff your humongous double diaper bag down there, but it holds a LOT!! I've been packing 3 smaller bags of stuff that i can access from between each seat - one bag for diapers / wipes / extra clothes, one for snacks, and one for toys. That way, we just pull out one bag at a time, much simpler!

3rd Child Flexibility: At the back of the stroller, there's a built in bench (with 3-point lap belt) and ride on board. A toddler or older child (45 pounds max) has great flexibility to sit or stand here without being in the way of the stroller pusher's stride (which is my big pet peeve with the sit/stand ride on boards that attach separately - they're always in my way!!!!). When the back seat is reclined, it'll leave the child sitting in the back a bit hunched over, but it's not a huge deal. There's also a 3rd option which is great when you have triplets - you can purchase the Caboose Rear Seat and install on the back bench seat, giving the Big Caboose 3 fully functioning forward facing seats!!

The Spectacle: Let's face it, this stroller is an eye turner! If you have 3 small children (especially twins or triplets), you're probably used to hearing "You've sure got your hands full!!!" 10 times a day. You will not be incognito pushing this stroller. There is no flying under the radar with the Big Caboose. But you know what? Personally, I love it! I love the comments, the smiles, the "WOW, SUPER MOM!!!" shout outs!

The Canopies: While not the largest on the market, they are pretty big and each of the 2 regular seats has an independent canopy that can be opened, closed, and pulled forward or backward, which is great because you can move them to block the sun no matter what angle it's coming in from! They also snap in and out easily, so if you don't need them just pull them out and give your kids an even better view!!

But, let's not kid ourselves. There is no PERFECT stroller. They all have their pros and cons and we have to decide for ourselves what our priorities and deal breakers are. The Joovy Big Caboose is narrow (21.5" wide), which is a great selling point, but it is also LONG (55" in use, 63" when folded). This means it's a bit of a beast to maneuver. Corners are a full body workout and pushing on slightly tilted surfaces will have your triceps cut like a mother (pun intended!!!) in no time. Popping up and over curbs and steps is a no-no (but it actually does really well with large door lips, side walk cracks, etc etc). If you're an itty bitty 4'10" 80 pound mama, this might not be the best stroller for you, but it's still worth taking it for a test drive to be sure! For me, it's not the best push, but it's no big deal. Let's get real. It's a 34 pound stroller (similar weight to all the doubles), so with my 3 kids and our stuff in there we're talking pushing 100 pounds or so around. Ain't no stroller out there that's gonna have a dream push with this kind of weight. There's no double or triple (that I've seen) allowing you a luxurious one-handed push while you sip a latte or hold an umbrella.

Another semi-negative aspect of the stroller is that the seats only have 2 position recline and they don't lay back very far. My 10 month old twins have been napping just fine in them, but they get in that head-tilted-over kind of position that freaks me out. But I do love how upright they are in their most vertical position for awake time, which trumps sleeping position in my book!

I was nervous that the Big Caboose wouldn't fit into my building's tiny elevator, or through the very tight turn in my apartment's entry way. Surprisingly, it fit just fine!! It's been kicking butt strollering through the mean streets of Bay Ridge, Brooklyn - I've had it for a couple of weeks so far and haven't had to do the "turn of shame" for not being able to fit somewhere (it's happened with my double-wide on numerous occasions). I know the nabe, so I know which cross streets to avoid (the ones with no curb cutout). Yes, it does well in the city, I can attest to that! The front wheels can lock, helping you out a bit if pushing on grass or gravel, but I imagine it's still be quite difficult. If you're a suburban mama looking for a stroller to take to the mall, this is perfect - space for the kids and the shopping bags, it'll have a fabulous push on those beautifully level department store floors, and it'll be narrow enough to navigate through racks and what not! Just measure your trunk carefully to make sure this bad boy will fit! It does collapse in one piece, which is nice!

In a nutshell, the Joovy Big Caboose is an AMAZING triple stroller that accommodates 2-3 children and while I did receive this stroller for free in exchange for my review, this is my HONEST review and I couldn't be happier to be pushing this bad boy around - LOVE IT!!! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Love this Triple Stroller!

I have been shopping around for a triple stroller for some time now with no luck. When I saw this Joovy Big Caboose Graphite Stand On Triple Stroller with all its awesome features I knew I had to have it! I am a single mom of three, and sometimes when we go on our outdoor adventures it can be overwhelming managing all three of my kids, especially when one or more of them get tired. This stroller is amazing. It has two seats that fully recline, both that have foot rests, large canopies and attachable trays. The trays each have two small cup holders and provide enough space for your littles to snack or play. These two seats are perfect for my youngest kids. My son just turned a year and my daughter is a small four year old and these seats are absolutely perfect for them. They each have harnesses that are easy to use and keep them safely secured when you are on the move. They also have reflective stripes on them for added safety at night. This stroller also features a bench seat. This seat slides in and out so you can put it away when not in use. It also has a safety belt and foot rest. My six year old loves that she can choose to sit down, stand or walk. It is a great feature! The entire bottom has a large basket for keeping your necessities for when you need to use it. Now this stroller is big, but it fits in my mini van with ease. It folds down pretty compact which was a surprise. It also steers with ease, even up and down hills and has a nice feature where the wheels lock in place to keep it from rolling away if you need to stop for a few minutes. My kids love this stroller. It has provided so much more comfort for the three of them and has given me so much more sanity when you are out and about with all your kids. It came with two universal car seat adapters as well which is perfect for those with little ones who fall asleep in the car or someone with twins. If you are looking for Triple Stroller that gives your children ample space then this Joovy Big Caboose Graphite Stand On Triple Stroller is the one for you! I honestly could not be any happier with it! We take it everywhere with us now and use it nonstop!

Disclosure: I received this product for review purposes in exchange for my honest review, which may differ from yours. Regardless, I only recommend products and services I used personally, and believe will be a good fit for consumers.

That a GREAT FAMILY PICTURE!!! Thank you so much for the splendid review!
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Great Triple Stroller

This stroller is a great solution for needing a third spot. It's very lightweight and it's surprisingly easy to maneuver for how long it is. You're not going to be taking sharp corners but it's very functional. Storage can be a bit tricky to access when the kids are loaded up, like any stroller. It's very easy to assemble and change trays and car seat adapters. It folds up very easily and not heavy to lift, however I have a van and still struggle to get it to fit in the trunk. And nothing else can go in with it. I also have to take the front car seat adapter off to load. But realistically for a stroller of this size, it's great and the cons are expected for the space you are getting.

Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Love this stroller, it is huge! So much room for everything.

Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Great For My Big Family!

I have infant triplets, and this is great for pushing two of them! I have Britax carseats & the universal carseat adaptors work great with the Big Caboos Graphite. With being able to purchase a third seat attachment (sold separately) I'll be able to push all three babies at the same time once they're a little bigger. Thank you for making it possible to stroll with all three of my kids.

Average Rating:(4.0)out of 5 stars

Bought this to use as a triple stroller to walk my son to/from school everyday with all my younger daycare kids. I'm not sure if my was defective, but it was so hard to push in a straight line. I also didn't like how hard it was to put a child in the third seat (not the bench, but the additional 3rd forward facing seat you can buy). If I didn't have to use it everyday, twice a day, it probably wouldn't be a big deal. Even though this stroller didn't work for my needs, Joovy's customer service was AMAZING! They helped me basically exchange this one for one that fits my needs perfectly. Highly recommend this company.

Thank you so much for your kind words! Joovy puts our customers first and finds the best stroller fit for your needs! Happy Strolling!
Average Rating:(4.0)out of 5 stars

I like this stroller. My graco infant car seat works with this. It doesn't actually click in. It has a strap that buckles it in like you would in a car without the base. I do wish the seats reclined more but I understand it wouldn't give room for the child on the sit and stand seat. Overall I do like the stroller. I do like the tray option, which not many triple strollers have for my one year old.

Average Rating:(4.0)out of 5 stars

Great for aarons with kids by yourself

This was my lifesaver. I could get out with my 3 kids by myself. We have twins and a toddler. Love how big the umbrellas are. Tons of space. Great for a quick run to the store and unable to get a buggy because your by yourself. The bottom basket will hold enough to for a partial grocery store stop. Light and easy to pop open and close back. Very happy we purchased this stroller. These are the thinbgs I would add for people to be aware and hopefully help in research for the next model they build. I thought since its already a big stroller they could shorten the space between the seats and add it to the back seat. My toddler at the time was 1 1/2 when the twims were born and with the carrier attached the seat must recline all the way back and that takes even more space from the child sitting in the back. I thought this would be great long term because they can sit or stand in the back when I looked into purchasing it. If I would have known this I would have waited till the twins were out of the carriers. It is worth the money if you research and meet all the criteria to have it. I would say babies out of the carrier and a toddler or a older toddler who can stand and no worries of being strapped in and then younger toddlers or infants for the other seats. A very large trunk space in your vehicle. No cup holder on it for the parent. The seat in the back has no lock so it slides back and forth. For the smaller truck and it fitting by taking the trays off, they are not easy to pop off. Ok if you are doing it every now and then. A day of multiple stops and in and out with popping the trays on and off or even the carrier attachment was a pain. But if you are understanding that its a tripple stroller and some is to be expected then it is overall a great product. I would just leave your comments afterwards so maybe they can make their next one even better.

Average Rating:(3.0)out of 5 stars

Love everything Joovy

Our grown children grew up and we have adopted. We have twins and a toddler. I love everything that I've bought from Joovy. And I love my Big Caboose.But I always have trouble getting it to fit into our car.It is heavy and when folded, is still huge.It is especially hard to take on trips and we love to travel. You also have to remove the front tray and front canopy. But once out, it is wonderful. Huge basket, roomie for babies,comfortable for toddler on back,fits well through doors while shopping,the twins can't bite each other because they are so far apart, and the back seat is higher than the front, so that they can both see well.

Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars

Terrible stroller

I would give this zero stars if I could. I consider myself a strong person and I can't keep this stroller moving straight which makes any walks miserable. I have a 2 yr old, 1 yr old and 4 month old so they aren't even heavy kids. I hate I spent the money on the stroller. I would love to return it but I can't.


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by JDjaciApril 24, 2019


1. Yes! You can use one seat with the car seat adapter and the other seat for a larger child to sit in at the same time.
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Last answer: April 25, 2019

by Ssjjack15sjjack15March 3, 2019


1. The Joovy Big Caboose includes two universal car seat adapters! Here is the link so you can make sure your car seat is compatable! https://joovy.com/car-seat-compatibility-chart/
by Joovy_Customer_Support
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Last answer: March 4, 2019

by CandiceAugust 11, 2018


1. There are a few specific Baby Trend models that are compatible with the Big Caboose! I have included the link to our chart so you can see if your car seat is listed. http://joovy.com/car-seat-compatibility-chart/
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Last answer: August 13, 2018

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