light and compact
May 18, 2015
I have twins and only use this stroller for quick errands and when I do not need to carry any bags. As it can not take weight on the push bar with say a mommy hook. Canopies do not block sun very well. They stay fairly high up and if you try to use a blanket over the canapoy to block sun on a sleeping baby it will git their face a bit. Also when babies are in seats its hard to access under storage. You can only use a small portion that sticks out from behind the seat and I have had things fall out. Also big big concern is this is wide. So some door ways are a tight squease and BABIES HANDS CAN GET STUCK when walking thru tight spots. This has not happened with my mountain buggy ever. Very important to keep an eye on fingers and toes. Also there is a gap between seat and footrest and third set of wheels in middle. I have lost many toys and ruined blankets from having them slip down the front and getting caught in the wheels. Also horrible at maneuvering turns. Gets stuck on cracks but not blankets?! We kinda make a joke of it and have fun with how bad it is.
We normally use a mountain buggy duet but that is almost 10lbs heavy and doesn't trifold like this combi. The lightness of it alone is worth the negatives. The peekaboo is also mesh which is nice to see baby and have air flow. Each seat also has pockets behind them to get phone and keys handy. Though For twins there is noway this could be my only stroller. It's just not a workhorse. I consider this to be like an umbrella stroller but for twins.
ProsMesh peek a boos on canopy
Pockets on back of seat
Tri fold makes it fold narrow
Lightweight for a dble
Gets stuck in some passageways
Babies hands/fingers can get stuck when walking through doorways.
Can fall backwards if you have bags on push handle (purse'diaper bag)
Best UsesQuick trips