4.00 rating Good Stroller by Beth on November 1, 2007
I got this stroller when I had a newborn and 18 month old. It was great. I put my carrier in the back and my older one in front. We use it all the time. It is rather long when folded but I find it really useful. I have had it for a year now and still use it all the time. It is eaiser to steer with the heavier child in back. I love that my kids can face each other or both look out. Overall it is a good stroller.
5.00 rating Would recommend to anyone. by Jessica on March 27, 2007
I have a 2 1/2 yr old a a 9 mth old boy. My 2 1/2 yr old daughter is super hyper and loves this stroller. My 9 mth old son weighs as much as my daughter and loves the front seat. I have had no problems with the stroller it is NOT heavy as stated by someone else. It folds fine and fits in the trunk of our thunderbird. The storage area is easily accesable to me. I took the sun visers off b/c they are a pain. But that is the only problem I have had.
5.00 rating with the twins this is a WONDERUL stroller! by Kristin W. from northwest Arkansas on November 5, 2006
Unfortunatly for me, I didnt get this stroller until after my girls were one. So I didnt have a chance to try out the option of it holding 2 carseats. But they love the fact that the front seat turns around and they can play with each other.
5.00 rating The Best by Nellie, FL on January 1, 2004
This is the BEST double stroller available, I have tried so many different double strollers, and this one is by far the best. It is light, easy to push, easy to fold, and it also folds up smaller that other doubles. The only negative is that instead of a basket, it has a really small zippered bag underneath, but I just hang my diaper bag across the handles and the problem is solved. I would recomend this stroller to anyone. In fact I bought one for my cousins baby shower too.
4.00 rating Almost perfect! by Jessica, Rockford, IL on January 1, 2004
Super lightweight and easy to push compared to the typical double. I wish it had room for an infant car seat though! Also I've had a lot of trouble folding it. The front foot rest gets caught all the time. It's really small when folded but very long. Over all a best buy, you can't have everything in one stroller!
4.00 rating Best Double Stroller I've Seen by Mom, Buckley, WA on January 1, 2004
I've owned 3 double strollers and have tried dozens of them. This thing is fantastic. I've owned it 3 months and use it several times a week. It is not for everyone though. Good Points: *Light *Folds very compactly *maneuvers like a single stroller, (It's the only one I've used that does) *seats 3-month-olds to 4-year-olds comfortably *narrow *adjustable handles work very well for me at 5'3" and my husband at 6' Bad Points: *Doesn't fit a carseat(not even if you try hard!) *Needs a bag in back or bigger basket *Front seat doesn't recline and back doesn't recline far enough for a newborn infant If you've ever muscled a double stroller with 2 heavy toddlers you would know that maneuverability is key and this has it. I even let my six year old ride in the front (uncomfortably) with relative ease in turning. It folds so compactly, even more so than most singles. The adjustable foot rest button did break but I took it back to Target, without the box, and they gave me a new one. I've had no problem with the new one I would reccomend this to anyone.
4.00 rating lightweight choice for a tandem stroller by Lindsay, IA on January 1, 2004
I bought my transit stroller about 6 months ago and I love it! I have owned several strollers and this one is much easier to steer and buy far the lightest stroller that I have owned. The only problem that I have is the lack of storage. With three kids under five I need to take a lot of stuff anywhere we go so I find myself hanging several bags off of the handles. Over all it's a great find and I would buy it again.
3.00 rating Try your toddler in it. by Eve, Iowa City, IA on January 1, 2004
We have a newborn and a tall and active 2yr 8 month old--I thought this sounded great, since our toddler runs all over the place when not confined to a stroller, and the handles seem to work for tall people. However, as soon as we put our toddler in it, he (intentionally) slid right down below the soft front bar and ran off to look at himself in the security camera at the front of the store. Maybe the restraints would have prevented this, but I don't like to have to buckle him in all the time and he stays in his seat well in the DuoGlider we tried and the Evenflo single stroller we have abused since he was a newborn. Also, the recline in the rear seat of this stroller seemed too steep for our newborn, and since it doesn't take a carseat, it really wouldn't work until she is older. Glad we were able to try it without paying for it. Did fold up small and was light, as others have said.