Baby Trend Double Snap N Go Stroller Review

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Rating: 4.2 out of 5 (63 reviews)

The Baby Trend Double Snap N Go Stroller allows parents to place two infant car seats on carriage frame without removing child. It’s a convenient alternative to a conventional carriage or stroller because it fits most major brand car seats, folds compactly for storage or travel with one hand fold and features and extra large storage basket.

Features

  • Accept two Baby Trend and most other manufacturers car seats.
  • Lightweight, sturdy construction.
  • Extra large storage basket.
  • Parent tray with two cup holders.
  • Quick and easy compact fold.

Additional Info

867206

A5795B6F

090014008352

1305TW

22 lbs

Double & Triple,Light Weight,Universal

2

Yes

Cargo Basket

Walking

37.31

19.9 pounds

35.3 x 16.6 x 8.1

Baby Trend Double Snap N Go Stroller Review4.2563
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63 Reviews for “Baby Trend Double Snap N Go Stroller Review”

  1. Monica the busy mom on January 15th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I loved this product because, I have quads, so I needed two double strollers. Though it is simple, it’s easy and you can put any car seat inside. 🙂

  2. Mom of twins and a singleton on February 4th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    This stroller was given to me by a friend who has two sets of twins. I loved it!! It was so light and so easy to use. I never had any trouble with it. I could just pull it out of my trunk, snap it open with one hand, lock my children in, and off we would go. Easy to maneuver through grocery stores[…], etc. Excellent on pavement for walks around the neighborhood too! Basket is a great size, although hard to get to once the car seats were snapped in. But I just had to retrain myself to stick my stuff in from the side and not from the back like I did with my singleton strollers. Everyone in my family loved this stroller and I never had to train anyone on using it. Cannot say enough good things about it!

  3. grandpa on February 9th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    Easy to put together and works like a charm when folding up and upfolding

  4. Mom of twins on February 11th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    This stroller was nearly impossible to build. The instructions are wrong, and so we were forced to figure out how to build it ourselves. With the help of friends, we built it correctly, and the front car seat snapped out on 5 different occasions. Luckily, the safety belt prevented my baby from falling out completely. […]The instructions also did not explain how to fold the stroller. Baby trend has poor customer service. I do not recommend this stroller to anyone.

  5. Dad of twin boys on February 18th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    We could not have went out without it. The stroller folds up very easily, is light weight and compact. Our carseats snaped right in and made going out and about with two little ones a breeze. If the correct bars and positions are used there is no way your carseats should not fit snug and tight.

    Our boys just outgrew their carriers so we had stop using the Snap and Go, it was a sad day. Now we have to haul the huge beast of a double stroller around. This is the only negative – you do not get to utilize it for very long but it is so worth it for the time frame you can use it.

  6. Twin Mommy on February 19th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    Love this product! Husband put it together in less than fifteen minutes – instructions are fairly clear, and the diagrams are easy to follow. To contradict another review – the directions for folding this stroller are included, either on page 3 or 5 of the manual. You simply fold in the car seat extension furtherest away from you, press the red button on the handle, and collapse it together.

    So much easier than taking a huge double stroller everywhere, and much easier to lift in and out of the car.

  7. mommy of twins on February 29th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    This thing is a life saver. It is light weight and you just take babies from car and snap them in and go. Great product.

  8. True and Vivian's Mommy! on March 3rd, 2008 at 12:00 am

    Love, Love, Love this! Easy to use, fits great in the back of my van and it takes us everywhere. No twin family should be without it! Best thing we have purchased!

  9. Love my B-G Twins on March 4th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    This stroller is AWESOME! […] and I put it together by myself in literally about 10 minutes (9 of those minutes were spent looking for a screwdriver so I could remove the bars I wasn’t going to use). You have to actually READ the manual, but other than that, I have no idea what someone could find difficult about assembling this item!? In addition, Baby Trend has an 800 number prominently displayed throughout the manual to call with any questions.We are using the Baby Trend seats with this (incredible safety ratings, by the way, and about a third the price of the Peg Peregos we returned because they were too heavy). Once I removed the bars that we didn’t need (see the manual to know what I mean–the manual for this stroller is also available online and I’d read it ahead of time), the car seats snapped right in like buttah. Sooo simple.With regard to the “seat belts” that strap across the seats, I did find that it worked better for me if I looped the non-adjustable end around the stroller frame twice so that the buckle would end up in the middle of the seat, and therefore be much easier to access. If Baby Trend were to make ANY changes to this product, I would recommend that they just go ahead and make that strap shorter to accomplish this in the first place, because the default length makes the clip end up almost inside the little strap guides that are on their own car seats.Driving this thing, though it’s long, is like a dream. It corners on rails, and it looks striking and sporty. It feels like the Porsche Cayenne of double strollers!! Sleek, strong, stable, and smooth. Very nice. The other excellent feature is that even with the carseats installed in the stroller frame, I could easily see over them, and at 5’1″ that was not the case with all doubles! I looked like a little person trying to drive the Graco DuoGlider in the store and could not see over it well at all, so the Snap N Go is a dream come true for me.Basically, I would recommend this system to ANYONE with TWINS!! It totally rocks.

  10. AUNTIE OF TWINNIES on March 11th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    Have used the stroller w/infant car seats from graco and NEVER had a problem. Easy to open,easy to close. Seats snap right on and the safety belt keeps them snug. Steers well, even with 2 carseats and diaper bag on board. In and out of doctors office without a problem. Quiet functioning,babies don’t notice they have transitioned from car to stroller or back again.
    Best functioning piece of baby equipment purchased for these twins!

  11. New Mommy on March 16th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    Perfect for our twin boys! As new parents we had no idea what to buy. The other reviews were super helpful in helping us decide which stroller to buy. We are impressed with the great quality, lightweight, and ease of use. It opens & folds up easily and is compact. Not bad looking either; we love the new black model. Our Peg Perego 2008 infant car seats snap right in. The added straps are a huge plus! Also a great value!

  12. Surprise! It's a girl AND a boy!! on March 21st, 2008 at 12:00 am

    Being the new parents of twins we are on a tight budget and were clueless on what to get. This is the one item for my babies I couldn’t live without!! Not only was it afforable, it was easy to assemble to get my particular carseats to fit, it didn’t take my husband long at all :)! I can steer very easily even when I’m carrying a ton of stuff almost need a third arm. The wheels are sturdy and turn smoothly. It’s lightweight, fold with complete ease. My babies are growing so we won’t be needing this one much longer and we are actually bummed. GOT TO GET THIS ONE!!!!

  13. Stephanie on March 21st, 2008 at 12:00 am

    […] Since the double frame was the most important part – we had to find seats that worked. We’ve got it all set up now – it’s not quite as easy as others have reported – the snap in/out is okay, but then you have to strap the seats down to hold them to the frame, and that takes a little time. Moral of my story: Make sure you get this all set up and worked out long before the babies arrive!!!!

  14. Stay at home Dad on April 20th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    Mom of Twins from Teaneck, NJ obviously has no clue! This is THE most basic stroller out there and it is the most usefull. So easy and convenient to use! Out of the car and straight into the stroller, and back again in seconds. Plus, the storage underneath allows me to walk to the grocery store and do the weekly shopping. I agree, no parent of twins should live without it!

  15. Britters-Mother of 3 boys on April 27th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    We are parents of twins. I would recommend this product to anyone expecting twins. It has been a life saver!!! It is easy to assemble, literally taking minutes. It opens with ease, (only needing one hand) you have to watch though when opening because the straps get caught in the lock easily. We have baby trend car seats which of course work well with the design. I am 5’10” and I don’t have to stoop over to push it, which is nice and saves the back. The underneath basket is great if you don’t need ready access to the items. I have to remove one of the car seats to get to things like my diaper bag. If you live in snowy area beware of the salt on the side walks and parking lots. I noticed mine starting to rust a little around the wheels after this winter. Also it takes a little muscle to steer, especially if you have larger babies. Mine tends to veer to the right, so pushing one handed is difficult. Turning around also takes some room, so beware of others and objects around you. Other than the few things I mentioned, it is great to have. I would not have been able to go anywhere without it. A must have if you have twins.

  16. Mom of Twin Girls on May 13th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I got this when my twins were born because I was looking for a lightweight, easy to set up system to transport my babies. Every stroller system I found was over 25lbs, this is just about 10lbs, so much easier on your back when placing into/out of your vehicle. The only problem I found was that sometimes my car seats had a little bit of difficulty “snapping” in. But, once they did, the stroller proved to be sturdy and safe. I have used it for almost a year and it has proven it’s durability. Setting it up took a little more time then we thought as some instructions are not too clear, but with patience we did it.

  17. RD on May 18th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    With all the expenses we have plus the arrival of twins, my husband & I found it expensive to buy twin baby strollers right away. When I saw this, I went ahead and bought it planning if my twins will outgrow their infant seat then it’s time to get the real baby strollers. This worked excellent for my twins. Aside from the price, I did not need to remove my twins from the car seat. It is sturdy and easy to use. Any car seat will work. I am glad that Baby Trend has this product. Now my babies are 7 months and 22 pounds. They have graduated using this but it really worked for my babies. I am sure it will for the others as well.

  18. Gianni and Aidan's Mommy on May 29th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    This product is great!! We received a used double stroller from a friend. But the brand was Combi and we have Graco infant carriers, so we didn’t have a stroller that was small enough to fit our preemie twins. So we purchased the Snap n’ Go. It is the best decision we ever made. I prefer it over a regular stroller… its so much more lighter and compact and it fits pretty much any brand infant carrier!! I highly recommend it!

  19. GeoAndie on May 30th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    We got this stroller as a gift just before our twin boys were born. It is a lifesaver! I would not be able to get the boys out of the house without it.

    The only drawback was that our car seats (Chicco Key Fit 30) – which are designed for preemies weighing as little as 4 lbs – didn’t fit at first because the strap was too short for the second car seat (first one is tight but works). After calling Double Trend and finding out there wasn’t a longer strap that we could order, my husband “McGuyver-ed” it with a run of the mill luggage strap which is just as good as the original. We thread the luggage strap under the seat around the frame, and it works just fine. Both seats are sturdy and solidly attached. If you use a luggage strap, we recommend clasping it around the stroller frame when collapsed so that it doesn’t fall out and get lost.

    We use this stroller everyday and have also used it in the airport. It folds compactly and is easy to operate. Highly recommended!

  20. Alli mother of twins on June 3rd, 2008 at 12:00 am

    Great for twins
    lightweight
    easy to set up and get in/out of the car
    difficult to manuever in a tight area

  21. twins2008 on June 25th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    It really is as easy as snap and go! We use it with the Britax companion infant seats. The only con we have found so far is that the diaper bag doesn’t fit well in the undercarriage and the directions weren’t exact on how to fold it up but we figured it out.

  22. Foster Mom with 2 infants on July 29th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I have 2 foster babies and one came with a Evenflo car seat and base… the other with a Graco car seat and base. All of the double strollers I found would not accommodate 2 car seats (one of the children had to sit). I can snap these two different car seats in front to back with ease. I have a 3 month old preemie and a 5 month old and neither are ready to sit. I am able to get out to the store and the mall and doctor’s appointments with ease now. It folds and unfolds quickly, it is convenient and it handles so well. I am SO thankful I purchased this product. The only downside is that the storage underneath has a 5 pound limit and two diaper bags can be pretty heavy.

  23. Mommy of 3 gorgeous girls! on August 1st, 2008 at 12:00 am

    When my angel baby girls were born, they were “toughies”. They ate and slept on different schedules. . .my fiance and I never slept. I have the combi double stroller(love it as well), but being that it’s only compatible with one carseat, trying to take my babies out was a huge hassle! I saw the single snap n go in a baby magazine, and researched and found this one online. My babies were born in December and from approximately 3 1/2 weeks old, I took my babies out all of the time, I just snapped their carseats onto the snap n go… that was the only time my gorgeous girls slept for long intervals!! This snap n go was a wish come true, it still is…It allowed me to have sanity and allowed my baby girls to sleep(by 3 months, they began sleeping for 12 hours per night, we’re very blessed). . . we only have 3 more more pounds to go before we have to retire this snap n go…I’m so sad because traveling won’t be convenient anymore!! Now it’s going to take time to unsnap my babies out of their carseats and into their stroller and vice versa! I love this snap n go because I do not have to turn my back to either of my babies, I put one in my front seat until my other one is snapped into her carseat base. My only complaint is that this snap n go is a little on the heavy side, so pushing it can sometimes be a little awkward! Other than that, it’s a must have!! (P.S. It’s easy to handle! And for the mom who said her diaper bag doesn’t on the handle, babies r us sells little hooks to put ont the handle to hold the bag, love it!))

  24. mom of 3 under 3 on August 8th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    Pro: only one good thing about this stroller is the ability to click any baby car seat in it.

    Cons: 1. cannot access the storage area without removing a seat first, for diaper bag etc.
    2. VERY hard to maneuver -does not turn easily and when you apply to much pressure to the back, the wheels fall off – and stay off until you get home and use tools to get them back on.
    3. HORRIBLE customer service at Baby Trend. I called several times regarding the wheel issue and never received a live rep to speak with. Ended up leaving a message in their message center with promises they will call the same or next business day. NEVER received a call back and am still unable to speak with anyone live and in person.

  25. mama morgan on August 26th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    i love, love , love this stroller!!–when we were pregnant i talked to alot of twins mommies and the general consensus was that they all preferred the side by side stroller-so that is what we ended up getting–but we didn’t really consider what that would mean in regards to when they were little babies. –so for the first 5 months we would take them in and out of their carseats at ever stop-and put them in the stroller–and then back out and back into the carseat…needless to say the boys were less than thrilled with all the back and forth–so after months of talking with folks that have this frame–and reading reviews–we bit the bullet and got it—and boy oh boy–life is good!!–i was sceptical at first cause a few of the reviews said that it was hard to maneuver around–a couple others said that it was tough to put together—and let me tell you–it has been none of the above–it comes assembled-all i had to do was put the wheels on-the cup holder and adjust the bars to fit for our type of carseats–it took all of 20 minutes–and as for getting around–my first outing with it-we went to a busy state fair-and it was a dream–my babies slept the whole time–cause i didn’t have to wake them up to get them out of their carseats!!–if i had done it the old way-they wouldn’t have lasted. plus-for some reason its easier for me for gage whats around me using this stroller–my side-by-side–i was ALWAYS bumping into things–cause most doorways and aisles aren’t built for something that wide–its pretty light weight-and folds nicely–hope you love yours as much as i love mine!!! —if i had to say one bad thing about it–i’d just suggest that you do use the extra strap that goes across the carseat once its in place for extra security–the frame isn’t perfect–they’ve built it to be lightweight–its not cheap by anymeans–but cause its lightweight-it makes me feel better knowing they have a little extra strappin them down

  26. Kim on August 28th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    We have 3 month old twins and we use this stroller everywhere! Walks to grandma’s, the doctor, the grocery store, the mall. We use Graco Snug Ride carseats with it and they fit perfectly. I have a sling backpack diaper bag that hangs off of the handle. I put my purse, my 3 yr old’s toys, groceries, and whatever else will fit underneath. It is kind of hard to steer and it’s longer than you realize. I end up running into stuff at the mall. It is also not good for off-roading (we live on a gravel road), but I don’t know many strollers that are. I like that both babies are facing me and within arms reach. Our wheels have never fallen off and we are pretty rough with it. It’s so easy to get in and out of the car with this stroller. Love it!

  27. FL mommy of twins on September 8th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I love this stroller!! When I was pregnant with my twins I did a lot of research on double strollers. This one was recommended by many mommies in my twins group. I love everything about it. I take my girls out all the time and love how easy it maneuvers. It’s super simple to set up and fold, and is very lightweight (which was great after having a c-section!). We used the Graco snugride infant seats with it and they worked perfectly- although we had to play around with which bars to attach to the frame- the instructions weren’t clear. It is hard to get the diaper bag out of the basket once both seats are on, but I just put the bag in first and then pulled things out from the side with no problem. The huge basket underneath is fantastic! I was able to go shopping and carry my large diaper bag as well as all of my purchases in the basket. My girls are now just over 10 months old and we’re starting to look for a regular double stroller to replace the snap ‘n go. I’m so sad to part with this stroller! I wish I could use it forever! Definitely a must-have stroller! Go get one now!!

  28. Twin Mom in SA on September 14th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I bought one used and NEVER had one bad issue with it… I used a backpack for a diaper bag anyway. So no need to gripe about space underneath. I even did light grocery shopping with it!

  29. E on September 15th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    The concept of this product is great, but it will not work with out twins who are premature – and require Chicco car seats. I don’t know what works with most of other brands mean, but it does not work with Chicco. Otherwise, yes it’s easy to setup and collapses nicely. I’m going to look for an adapter for Chicco, hopefully they provide something of the sort.

  30. Philly Twin Dad on September 22nd, 2008 at 12:00 am

    This is really the only option for twin parents. It works with most car seat brands (except for Chicco) and it is the only option for twin parents as far as snapping two car seats into a stroller. We use it on the old, cracked sidewalks of Philadelphia, something it is certainly not built for, and it has held up great! It’s durable, lightweight, and easy to use.

    We are thrilled with this product and would recommend it to anyone with twins.

  31. twin mom on September 25th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I ditto everything that “FL mommy of twins” said. This is the right stroller for newborn twins.

  32. Gingi on October 4th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    This stroller is an absolute MUST HAVE for moms with twins. Most double strollers on the market were designed for moms with an infant and a newborn. . .not two infants. Which makes this stroller very useful. Travel systems are nice, but they’re very heavy an with multiples you want/need something easy. This stroller is relatively lightweight, easy to maneuver (I can do it one-handed while holding a baby) and light weight compared to others twin/double strollers. For the price it’s also well worth it. Yes, it is difficult to use the basket without removing one of the infant carriers, but I can live with that flaw. . .from a esign standpoint I don’t know how you would work around it. I sling my dipaer bag over the handle bar, snap the kids in, and we are ready to rock and roll.

  33. Twin Mom on October 17th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I tried doing without it for about 3 weeks after the twins were born, but my husband and I finally gave in as the boys began to gain weight. Infant carriers can be heavy AND bulky. The only thing I find annoying is that the basket underneath might be roomy, but I cannot slip my diaper bag into it because it’s too close to the actual stroller. Not enough space to get things in there. Otherwise, very happy with the product. The wheels do well over rough and smooth outdoor paths, and I like that I can hear the carriers lock. Other than access to the basket, the other thing I’d change is the height. My husband and I are around 6ft, and it can be a lil off for us.

  34. Mondavi on October 27th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    We bought this for our twins. We have Peg Perego Infant seats and they fit perfectly. Love the storage below, use it for light grocery shopping. Stearing is not good when weaving between circular clothing racks. Another drawback is the lack of leg room. At 6 months old our twins are kicking the backs of each others car seats. Wished the handlebars were telescoping for taller parents.

  35. twin momma on October 31st, 2008 at 12:00 am

    Loved the idea of this stroller when shopping for strollers before the twins arrived. It was the only stroller I could find that could easily snap in two infant car seats. That’s where the benefits ended though. Once the twins were here and we began using this we quickly realized the many flaws. Pushing this stroller is like pushing a box on lego wheels. It is difficult to maneuver even on smooth ground, and if the ground is even slightly at an angle or you need to turn a corner then forget it. Every tiny little bump in the side walk becomes a jarring jolt to my otherwise sleeping babies. The basket is impossible to access once the car seats are snapped in. I gave this two stars instead of zero only because it does accomplish the basic task of getting the twins from point A to point B when needed but with much headache. I’m in the market now for a side by side and can’t wait to be rid of the double snap and go. I was going to sell it on craig’s list when we finished with it, now I feel like I’d feel bad giving it away because it’s so frustrating. The company really needs to spend some time improving this product. It could be great because it’s the only one of it’s type out there but it has a long way to go before it meets ease of use.

  36. Twin mommy in CA on November 29th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    …what they don’t tell you is this. Graco SafeSeats are compatible with this stroller, which are supposed to last around a year. But, once your baby reaches 23 inches or so, her feet will be completely smooshed up against the seat in front (the seats overlap, and only the tiniest feet will fit under the ledge of the overlap). My daughters are only 3.5 months old, and already I need to buy a new stroller, since the daughter in the rear can’t be strapped in anymore or her feet will be crushed.

    So, while I love this stroller for its ease of use, its exceptional maneuverability, its light weight, and the fact it’s the only double stroller that fits into my Prius, that it’s only good for twins up to 23 possibly 24 inches is a major design flaw. If it were only a little longer, I would give it 5 stars.

    Yes, I could have bought the smaller Snugride seats, but my babies would probably be outgrowing those around now as well so the same problem would exist. If it says it’s compatible with Safeseats, it should allow room for feet in the overlap & certainly last longer than 3.5 months.

  37. Twin Mom on December 18th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I bought this stroller for grandma because her trunk is too small for the regular stroller. We used it with the Graco Infant Snug Ride car seats. No problems whatsoever. Although my boys are 6 months old and about to grow out of the infant car seats so we wont be able to use this stroller anymore. I will miss it. It’s so much easier to travel with than a big, heavy stroller. The only con is that it doesn’t steer as smoothly as a regular stroller, it’s a little harder to make turns.

  38. browneyedgrl4282 on December 25th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    First i thought this would be great being i have newborn twins boy was i wrong. THe box states it fits graco infant seats WRONG!!!!!!!!!!! Nope seats wouldn’t “click” in and you would have to use a safety strap to help hold seat in and when you push the stroller it would wobble all over the place! so that was the biggest waste of [$] since it didn’t really fit with my seats. It’s a royal pain to fold up and unfold too! I ended using our full sized graco double stroller that matches the car seats. it may be heavier but it is much safer

  39. JLit on January 12th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    We started using this stroller when the twins were born, and just now stopped – the babies just turned 10 months, and don’t fit into the Graco Snugride infant carseats anymore. I’ve read about the issues with baby feet not fitting, or babies kicking each other’s seats, we NEVER had this problem. My kids are of average size – they were born 19″ long, and they are now 28″ long, and it’s the carseat that’s limiting us, not the stroller. But still, the babies are so heavy now, it’s a pain to lift them with the carseat – time to move on! But this stroller saved us for the whooping 10 months!

  40. Mom of Twins on January 23rd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I use this frame with two Graco Safeseats for my twins. The seats fit snugly in the frame, but take two hands to adjust until they snap and lock. The seat further from the handle needs to be put in first, otherwise it’s a lot of pushing and squeezing to get it in. The positives are that it is fairly light weight (as light as a double stroller gets) and folds up pretty flat- about 12inches high. It can be folded easily with one hand once you get the hang of it. It was really easy to put together. The basket is very large and can fit a lot of little things. The cupholders are nice and fairly deep. The negatives are that the front seat has little foot room when the back seat is put in. My son is taller and must be put closer to the handle for foot room. It is hard to maneuver with both seats in also, but again, it is a double stroller. The basket while very big, cannot hold any large items. We thought we’d put our diaper bag in there, but when the seats are put on, the space to get things in and out of the basket is no more than 8 inches. So far it has been very durable and hasn’t broken. Does not work well on tough terrain.

  41. Gingi on February 4th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I have 5.5 month old twins and don’t know how I would have managed without this stroller. It’s lightweight, easy to push and maneuver, and makes life on the go with twins a lot easier. The underneath storage isn’t great, but with a Mommy-Hook you can easily get around that.

  42. ABNTWINS on February 7th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    My friend told me to get this for my twins. So we did. We have the stroller and it is the best thing we got. We have a graco safe seat baby seats for the boys and they ride in there perfect. They are 6 months old and they sit in there and enjoy there ride in it. It is light to carry we live on the second floor of our apts and my 12 year old has no trouble caring the stroller upstairs. It is easy to fold easy to set up. We tell everyone who is having twins to get it if they dont want a big bulky stroller.

  43. TwinMommy on February 10th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I loved this product! It was easy to move around, even in crowded shopping malls at christmas time! The best money we spent on our twin girls.

  44. Surburban Mom of Twins on February 13th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Originally bought this stroller due to convenience of putting the carseats on (we have the Graco Snugride). Getting the twins to/from doctors, and in/out of daycare…this stroller works great. Storage underneath, while big, is something to be desired. You can only access the storage if you do not have the carseats on, which defeats the purpose of the storage. Have used this for 8 1/2 months now and the front wheel has already come off, but we were able to put back on. In addition, while the kids are growing out of their infant seats, they still are able to kick the baby’s seat in front of them.

  45. VegasTwiins on February 23rd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I bought this online before it was available at BRU and before my babies were born. I would highly recommend this car seat carrier to any family with twins – what a gift to be able to get both babies from point A to point B without breaking your back or your arms trying to carry two seats. It is VERY lightweight and easy to fold, even with one hand. The wheels lock easily, although I wish it had one pedal that locked both wheels at the same time – but just a minor inconvenience. I feel that it maneuvers as easily as can be expected for a twin stroller.

    HOWEVER, there are a few things that need some improvement, which is why I only gave it 3 stars.
    First, while the underneath storage is very plentiful, it is impossible to access once the car seats are snapped in. If I put the diaper bag in first, then the seats, I can reach in from the sides to access small things, one at a time, but no way will you be able to get the whole diaper bag (or your purse) out once the seats are in.

    Second, I have the Graco Safe Seats that go up to 30 lbs. They DO fit into this carrier and snap in properly (unlike a previous post says), but with a little overlap. Since you have to put the seat closest to you in first for safety/balance reasons, you really have to do a little maneuvering to get the second (further away) seat in and out. It’s perfectly possible, just not a quick ‘snap & go’.

    Third, my 8 month olds are both over 26 inches now, so whichever baby is in the position further away has to put their feet either up on the sun shade of the front seat or off to each side because they are just too close together. Maybe that doesn’t happen with the average size car seats, I don’t know. But with the Graco Safe Seat you may find this to be a problem. But, the babies don’t seem to mind and after all, what do we think they are going to do – make it even longer!? I don’t think it could maneuver through their doctors offices etc. if it were any longer – it’s already pretty darn long.

    I’m still using this now because the convenience of it FAR outweighs the drawbacks. But, I’m sure I won’t be able to use it much longer and certainly not until the babies are a year.

  46. busy dad of twins on February 27th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    we mostly use it at the mall, it does fit two graco infant car seats. thats about it! Extremely hard to manuver, would not buy this product again!!

  47. Mother of Twins on March 14th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This was perfect for our twins. The storage underneath is hard to access, but luckily my diaper bag snaps over the handle so it wasn’t that big of an issue. Fit our graco snugride seats perfectly. Easy to maneuver and really lightweight.

  48. Mommy of Twins on March 25th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Great stroller! Could not get around without it. Car seats snap in and out easily and is very light weight. Just check beforehand to see if your carseat fits. Most carseats do but there are a few that don’t.

  49. Twins on Board on April 2nd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    PROS: Very light and easy to stow in a small sedan. Baby Trend infant car seats snap into place.

    CONS: Smooth ride on smooth polished floor only. Don’t recommend it for walking in the street.

  50. mother of twins on April 2nd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This stroller is a great idea. You can just take your child in the car seat right to the stroller without having to wake them up. Just click them in. However, it steers terrible!! Going forward and back it’s fine. Turning is a challange, you really have to work for it. I love taking them for walks but I don’t look forward to making the turns. Stores are terrible, you have turns everywhere! I do recommend this stroller but with a big warning that the steering is impossible! I have to have my husband do the steering because it’s just too tough. It is a good idea but not very “user friendly”.

  51. Mom of two sets of twins on April 6th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I was hesitant on buying this stroller at first and am kicking myself for not buying it sooner. I LOVE THIS STROLLER. It manuvers awesome, not really sure why others were saying otherwise. Its fast, easy to open and close and super light weight. I have a regular dual stroller and its heavy and akward. I love that you can just take babies from car to stroller without disturbing them. My babies were a bit early so the ability to leave them in the car seats rather then a stroller where the front seat doesnt recline all the way was a plus. I didnt have to worry about babies bobbing around or sliding down like I did when I had to use a regualr stroller for my first set of twins. I used to prop them up with blankets all around.. way inconvenient! Anyway,
    I absolutely love this stroller and will miss it when the babies are to big for it. ITS A MUST HAVE!

  52. Mommy of Twins! on April 14th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I normally do not leave reviews but someone just asked me what twin stroller I recommended and I had to get on this website to make sure I left a positive review! I loved this stroller! We used it until my twins were 8 months old. I took it through an airport and was very thankful it was lightweight and easy to handle. I do not understand the reviews that claim it is hard to handle. It turned better than any front and back stoller I have seen. It was very easy to put together. I used the stroller with the Graco Safeseat. They worked perfectly together.

  53. Mommy of Twins on April 20th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This was absolutely perfect for the first 4 or so months! We were able to keep our little ones in their infant carrier and get around easily. I mean you can literally snap and go! It takes seconds and you get to use whatever infant carrier you want!

  54. Mom of Twins! on April 27th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I would highly recommend to anyone with twins. This is has been a lifsaver & our twins are 8 months old now – the ability to get both babies around without making mutliple trips, hurting your back or breaking your arms off.

    It is VERY lightweight and easy to fold, even with one hand. It is a little hard to steer but when can you expect with how long it has to be to hold two seats.

    Room for Improvement: First, the safety straps of the stroller get caught in the moving parts when unfolding – very annoying if you do not notice until the car seats are loaded – we check everytime now before loading.

    Second, while the underneath storage is very large, you cannot access once the car seats are snapped in. Diaper bag in first & then reach into it from the side for little. If you want the whole bag you have to take out the seats.

    Third, we have the Graco Safe Seats that go up to 30 lbs. They DO fit into this carrier and snap in properly (unlike a previous post says), but with a little overlap. Agree with previous poster that “since you have to put the seat closest to you in first for safety/balance reasons, you really have to do a little maneuvering to get the second (further away) seat in and out. It’s perfectly possible, just not a quick ‘snap & go’.”

    Our boys are getting longer now & further one has to put his feet on the sunshade of the first. They do not seem to mind but they will soon be out of this one & into their side by side.

  55. New mommy of identical twin boys! on April 27th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    We loved the idea of not having to wake the boys up and just transfering the carseats straight to the stroller. Its great for that, they don’t wake up which is what we were going for.

    But I will agree with a previous post. Our Graco carseats do fit, but they do overlap and can get pretty tricky at points.

    The underneath is great but I can’t get to anything once they are snapped in.

    It folds up very nice, small and lightweight!

    Also it only took my husband and I about 5 min to set it up!:)

  56. Mommy of twins in Fl on April 30th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This stroller is a must have when you have two infants! The car seats fit in perfectly! It is extremely light weight and easy to move around. I was told by my pediatrician yesterday that the twins were getting to big for it and it was time to get something new, I was heart broken! I do not want to give this one up I love it so much!

  57. twinmom on May 14th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This stroller was perfect, esp. for twins. It folds completely flat, weighs nothing and is so easy to open and close. Best of all, it has a great storage space below which holds alot of things.

  58. mom of twins on May 17th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    So far…I can only comment on the ease of assembly. I haven’t lugged it around yet to see how well it folds and maneuvers etc., Only con I see so far is that the Graco carseat that I put in doesn’t allow the infant sitting in the back to stretch his/her legs out. The front carseat blocks that from happening. Once the child starts to grow he/she will have to put his/her feet on top of the back of the one in front.

  59. Mrs.K on May 17th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    […] it seems to work just fine. It feels sturdy, and turns easily. Are babies will not arrive for another week so I haven’t been able to fully test it out. […]

  60. katie on July 16th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This is the best stroller for parents of twins. I used it until my boys were 13 months old (while they were still in infant seats). I was sad when they grew out of it. Now that they have moved up I just haven’t found another stroller that I like as well.

  61. Mom of 3 under 3 on July 19th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I love this stroller. It is very lightweight and easy to use. It unfolds and folds very quickly and easily fits into the trunk. Typically my 2 1/2 year old pushes the stroller and I guide it using the handle of the front car seat. I think it is easy to maneuver and I would highly recommend it to any parent, but especially a parent of twins. The only cons I found are the safety straps get caught when unfolding the stroller and the I found the storage basket is worthless. We use this stroller with our Graco and Chicco car seat. The Chicco seat is not made for the stroller. We installed longer screws and use it in the spot closest to the handle bars. So long as we use the safety strap we have not had any problems.

  62. Lauren on July 20th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I have loved this stroller. My girls have outgrown it now, but it was perfect for the first 10-11 months. I kept it in the back of my station wagon and was able to handle it, both girls and my 4 year old with no problems!

  63. MomofTwins on July 23rd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I thought this was a great buy, until I realized for 50 dollars more I could’ve bought a stroller that fits with the car seats and,they could sit in when they grew out of the car seats! Now I have to spend another 150 bucks to buy a new stroller when they grow out of the infant car seats!

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