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Kinderwagon HOP Tandem Double Umbrella Stroller in Black

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Item # 610-HOP-BLACK

HOP is our tandem umbrella stroller that really packs a punch! Weighing in at only 21.5 lbs. it is lightweight, narrow and easily collapsible for parents on the go. Suitable for both twins and sibling that are close in age the small footprint and compact design make this the easiest way to get two children around period.
  • Rear Seat suitable from 3+ months to 50 lbs. Reclines to 130 degrees.
  • Front Seat suitable from 6+ months to 50 lbs with a 2 position recline and 2 position leg rest.
  • Car seat compatible with the Combi Shuttle and Graco SnugRide Classic Connect models (not compatible with click connect). Please note, only useable with 1 infant car seat.
  • Built in car seat adapter straps. No need to purchase additional accessories.
  • Removable canopy with 2 viewing windows
  • Compact umbrella fold
  • Lightweight aluminum frame
  • One touch double brakes
  • Front wheels swivel or fix
  • Front and rear suspension
  • Certified ASTM F833-11 and CPSIA Compliant
  • Weight: 21.5lbs
  • Folded Dimensions: 45.5"L x 12"W x 15.5H"
  • Unfolded Dimensions: 30"L x 20.5"W x 42" H
  • Includes rain cover and removable cup holder

Kinderwagon HOP Tandem Double Umbrella Stroller in Black
3.5 Stars based on 6 Review(s)
Haskell, NJ
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great Double Stroller
February 20, 2015
I've used this stroller for my 3 yo and 17mo. Its a great stroller for those quick trips in and out of stores. For the most part its easy to maneuver, set up and break down of it are very easy. Not a fan of the canopy as it seems to be in the way for the back seat rider, but so far we haven't had to use it.

2 Stars

Not worth the price
January 10, 2015
I wanted to love this stroller but after using it for about four months, I fell out of love with it. CONS: For the price, this stroller feels cheaply made. The handles wiggle back and forth and I worried that they would snap off whenever I turned the stroller. You must use two hands to push it and it is difficult to juggle walking age kids and bags while pushing the stroller. There is nowhere to put a normal sized diaper bag, or purse, for that matter. You can't even hang one off the handle without it being quite awkward. It is supposed to be compatible with Graco SnugRide car seats, and technically it is, but it's not ideal. For starters, the instruction manual states to remove the fabric from the frame and fold the seat down first before setting the car seat in the front seat. I'm no Houdini and I could not get the fabric over the frame to save my life. I resorted to just putting the car seat into the front seat without removing the fabric. But first, you must recline the front seat first. If you forget, you need to set the car seat down and do it as it requires both hands to recline. Then, you must shove the car seat down hard to get it to fit snugly. The next step requires you to fish for the red straps to secure the car seat into place. If you have an older child that needs to sit in the back seat, hope that they are tiny because there is zero room in the rear seat for them to sit. My petite 18 month old barely fits and her little brother's car seat is resting against her chest. I have to recline her seat to make it even tolerable and she hates being reclined. Having the car seat in front made it difficult to steer the stroller. PROS: I loved how compact the stroller was and it folded up nicely in the back of my SUV. I think this stroller would be worth maybe $150 or less, not $300. This is definitely not an every day use stroller. Maybe a back-up for air travel or a quick trip to the clinic but nothing else. I wish more stroller companies would create something similar to this but better made as there is a dire need for tandem double umbrella strollers.

Atlanta, GA
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

August 22, 2014
This stroller is excellent!

United States
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

The best twin stroller out there
August 22, 2014
For a mobile New Yorker this stroller saves the day. It is small, collapsable with one hand, easy to maneuver and to get into the subway. The kids can sleep in there and love the view. The raincover comes with the stroller. It does not have a fantastic basket but comparable to other umbrella strollers.

pasco, WA
2 Stars

is not compatible with all carseats
August 20, 2014
while this is very light weight and compact there is no room for even a diaper bag on in the basket which is also impossible to access. most important this is not compatible with graco click connect carseats, the carseat and baby dangle off the end, completely unsafe. having to return. also the instructions are pointless.
light weight and compact
no cup holder for child or tray, no room for rider when car seat is in place, is not compatible with most carseats including graco click connects. no storage. would not recommend
Best Uses:
light weight and compact

Cleveland, Ohio
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Love it, only complaint is front seat/foot rest alignment
April 19, 2014
Overall satisfied with purchase. Can't beat the low weight, short length (maneuverability), and normal stroller width. Storage is not huge but enough and cup holder is nice extra. Both my kids have fallen asleep at the same time in this stroller despite the front not reclining much. My only complaint is this: There is something a little off with the alignment of the front seat. With the seat folded out to make it bigger, the child's feet have a hard time resting on the foot rest because it's actually back behind the edge of the seat. If the seat were of a sturdier material, their feet could just hang, (like off the edge of a chair), then maybe it wouldn't be a problem. However the seat droops and so my kids often end up dragging their feet and stopping the stroller. Going to try to reinforce the seat with something. We've been strapping them in to try to keep them more pushed back into the seat. This is sort of a pain when they are old enough to sit without straps. Maybe the answer is to not use the seat extended out. Haven't tried this as it then looks tiny. Things actually work out better with the bigger child in the back and the smaller in the front because of this problem. Would definitely still recommend this stroller though. My larger child is almost 4 so probably just a little too big for it anyway.


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