- 12 riding options for 2 children from infant to youth.
- Removable face-time rear seat for more interaction with baby.
- Front seat, bench seat and standing platform each hold child up to 50 pounds, rear seat holds up to 40 pounds
- 80% polyester and 20% cotton construction. The stroller frame wipes down easily with soap and warm water.
- Adults have a tray with a pivoting cup holder.
- For convenience, you can easily remove both seat cushions and machine-wash them in cold water on a delicate cycle.
- Removable face-time rear seat for more interaction with baby. The 1-hand fold with an automatic lock, large storage basket, and snack trays offer convenience, while the front swivel wheels allow for easy maneuverability.
- Front seat, bench seat and standing platform each hold child up to 50 pounds, rear seat holds up to 40 pounds. 3- and 5-point safety harnesses keep your children safe and secure.
- 80% polyester and 20% cotton construction. For convenience, you can easily remove both seat cushions and machine-wash them in cold water on a delicate cycle. The stroller frame wipes down easily with soap and warm water.
- Removable child’s tray that holds 2 cups/ bottles and snacks. Adults have a tray with a pivoting cup holder. The large storage basket underneath is ideal for holding purses, groceries, and diaper bags.
Well designed, but very big!
I have newborn twins, so I needed a stroller that would fit both of their car seats. I have Graco Click Connect car seats, so this seemed like an obvious choice. It was kind of a pain to put together, especially since once it’s together you then have to remove parts of it to hold the car seats. (Definitely keep the manual so you can put the parts back in once your kids are bigger!) The folding and unfolding feature is as easy as they claim it to be, and I’m only 5’1" so I’m not exactly big and strong. The stroller is heavy, though, so I don’t plan to carry it around while it’s folded.The biggest drawback is the sheer size of it once it’s folded. I have a 2013 RDX SUV and it only fits in the back if we remove the drink tray on the front. No joke; it will not fit otherwise. I don’t think we’d be able to fit more than one large suitcase in the back with it, so I’m hoping we don’t plan any car trips where we’d need a lot of luggage and the stroller. That being said, I have two newborns so some things are just going to be more difficult for us. That’s just how it is. Overall, this stroller is really great and rolls well. I would buy it again definitely.
good for two
I got this stroller because I wanted a double. I really wanted one with the metal wheels but this one has done well for me. It is a little heavy and bulky and believe it or not, doesn’t fit well into the back of my Ford Escape. Both of my kids fit comfortably in this, with one being 22 months and one being 4.5 months. Doesn’t travel well off road though. So if you like to go rugged, I wouldn’t get this stroller. I would recommend this to other moms doing paved trail, grocery shopping, etc.
Positives Outweigh the Negatives!
This stroller is -awesome-! If you’re wondering why I list cons and also give it five stars, it gets all five stars because for the price and convenience, I love it. Five stars means "I love it." So there. If you disagree with my rating, feel free to write your own review, and if you would like clarification on anything, please ask! I really appreciate the positive ratings, so if you really think this is "not helpful," ask for clarification and I’ll do my best to help! This is a "short and sweet" review on my experience. If you’re looking for a full break down of every possible feature, there are other reviewers who love to help with those!PROS:CLICK FEATURE: The click feature (when paired with the ClickConnect SnugRide 35) is so fast and easy. It is worth it for that alone.TODDLER FRIENDLY: The fact that my toddler can use this and not get bored because there is a myriad of ways for him to stand/sit on it was another huge selling point. Sometimes he really doesn’t want to sit, but standing on the back is acceptable. When we are in a place like the mall or walking along the road, I find it important to keep him "attached" to the stroller because I am anti-child leash. He is still too young to really understand "don’t jump in front of the cars," so this stroller, with its versatility, keeps him happy and gives me peace of mind.EASY TO CHANGE: When you take just a little while to actually read the manual and understand the thing, it is very simple to change the positions around.FOLDS UP FAST: Need I say more? It takes three seconds to get it folded.CONSHEAVY: It is heavy. I am a weakling, and I am also hoisting the thing onto the bed of a full-sized Tacoma. I have to be careful to not pull it down and smash my feet, but it is doable. My husband has no problem and makes fun of me for it, so who knows? I bet if I got back to the gym, I wouldn’t even notice the weight.ASSEMBLY: The instructions are clear, it just took a little longer than I anticipated to get the stroller put together. My husband helped when I got frustrated, but I bet if my head was clear, I wouldn’t have had a problem.CUP HOLDER: It is just so small. I only ever carry water bottles, and to give you some perspective, a 16oz Aquafina is too wide. My Nalgene bottle is too wide. My narrow Contigo water bottle is too wide. The smallest SmartWater bottles ARE thin enough. You can find cup holder expansion apparatuses online, but I haven’t bothered. I just put my water in with the baby or ask my toddler to hold onto it.
Great stroller, albeit bulky.
This is a great stroller. We bought this to replace our single stroller, as it was five years old, and gasp! We had two more children who are eighteen months apart (shoot me). This stroller does the job, works great with the Click Connect car seat we bought, and it has a lot of options for when both children are older. It was easy to put together. My only complaint is that it is bulky and doesn’t fold as flat as I would like, but it’s a double stroller so not sure it could fold better.
Best Stroller So Far
With the birth of our third son we decided to get this amazing stroller. Our three year old loves the bench in back for keeling or sitting. A real blessing when he doesn’t want to walk but still feels to big for sitting in the stroller. The back seat is easy to pop in and out for seating our new born. We have a Dodge Caravan and we can fit the stroller in the back if we take off the food tray and sun shades; this just adds an extra few mins to the unloading and loading. Measure your car trunk before buying! My husband is 6’1" and likes the stroller with the exception of the large standing board between the two back tires which he often kicks while pushing.