Graco Quattro Tour Duo Stroller

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Moms with two stroller-aged kids rejoice – the Graco Quattro Tour Duo Stroller in Laguna Bay is available as a Duo! There’s twice as much Quattro for the whole family to love. Toddlers up to 50 pounds get a front row seat with two cup/snack holders and toddler’s own storage cubby under seat to stash favorite playthings. In this stroller, infants in their SnugRide Infant Car Seat, SnugRide 32 Infant Car Seat or Infant SafeSeat Car Seat can either be easily clicked and locked into the rear seat to face your loving smile, or, once they’re older, enjoy a view of the road from their elevated, flat reclining seat with its own cup/snack holder. Graco Quattro Tour Duo Stroller is 20% smaller as compared to Graco DuoGlider Stroller. Fold makes it easier to lift stroller and fit in your car, and uniquely designed handles makes it simple to maneuver. A large drop down basket lets yo? easily grab your gear while the rear seat is reclined. It even has one of Moms’ favorite Quattro Tour features – the one-hand gravity fold. Just push the button, and it effortlessly folds itself down to the ground. When your neighbors say they don’t know how you do it, just smile and squeeze your Quattro Tour Duo.

Recommended use: front seat up to 50 lbs and rear seat up to 40 lbs.

Features

  • Graco Quattro Tour Duo Stroller in Brunswick has an easy access drop-down basket lets you reach in without disturbing reclined child
  • Uniquely designed handles make it easier to maneuve
  • Parent storage tray with two cup holders keeps keys and drinks handy
  • Front & rear multi-position reclining seats keep both children comfy, plus rear seat reclines flat so Baby can rest
  • Two cup/snack holders and storage cubby under seat; cup/snack holder tray in rear seat

Additional Info

432553

FE2B2968

047406108893

1763583

90 lbs

Full Size,Double & Triple

Yes

Sunshade,Cup Holder(s),Cargo Basket,Tray / Bar,Adjustable Canopy,Adjustable Head Support

City,Walking,Shopping

40.28

46.3Β pounds

38.3 x 19.3 x 14.8

Graco Quattro Tour Duo Stroller3.9592
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90 Reviews for “Graco Quattro Tour Duo Stroller”

  1. naka on February 1st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I Love The fact that i didn’t listen to anyone and did not buy my double stroller. My oldest child was 1 when i brought it. Everyone said that i didn’t need it, but i had to remember that i was a single mom of 2. When i go out, it is so much easier if i am by myself. This stroller has a great big basket at the bottom for all of our needs. I love people’s reactions when they see me with this stroller. The only down fall that is has, is when i put my younger son is the stroller in his car seat my oldest can’t sit back as far to rest, and my oldest does not have cup holders. But other then that I would recommend this stroller to anybody with multiples.

  2. Jen on February 15th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I will have to say… this is the most wonderful stroller I have purchased yet. Don’t waste your money on another "cheaper" stroller. I did, and still bought this one!!! I really LOVE this one!! There are cup holders and snack trays for BOTH kids, along with 2 cup holders for mommy and daddy. Also has a very roomy, very accessible basket that drops down for all your MUCH needed storage!! This stroller also maneuvers in tight spaces very well. I would say even better than the Combi single stroller that I own.
    There is honestly not one downfall to this stroller.
    I have also read some complaints about how heavy this stroller is. I would say it is not to heavy at all. I am 5’3", 106 lbs. and can lift it into my SUV with no problem.
    ENJOY!!! I know I certainly do!!! πŸ™‚

  3. busy mom of 2 girls on April 14th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I absolutely love this stroller! We have a 4 year old and a 10 month old, and they both love it as well! We’ve used it with a graco car seat (works like a charm) and used it without since the baby is getting too big! It is extremely sturdy! We compared this product to other double strollers, and this looked to be by far the sturdiest! It is a little heavy to get in and out of a vehicle, but that is to be expected with something of this size! It steers very well. We get so many compliments on this stroller whenever we’re in the store! Would definitely recommend this!!

  4. MommyTrevino on April 15th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This stroller is great for all day adventures to places like Disneyland and the park. I have a 23 lb 6 month old and a 40 lb 3 year old who likes to take breaks. We had the sit and stand, but that was only good for quick trips. This is SOOO easy to m turn and is actually shorter than the sit and stand. Even though it is heavier than the sit and stand it feels lighter when pushing it. I think the only bummer is that the canopy in the front could be a littler higher because my 3 year olds head touches it. But compared to what is out there this is wonderful!

  5. Mother of 3 on April 21st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I bought this stroller when expecting my third child. Having a 2 year old and newborn– I knew I would need it. Unfortunately the stroller was a really really big pain to get into my trunk! I had a Malibu at the time and anyone who knows– Malibu’s have HUGE trunks, but this wouldnt fit easy by any standard. I borrowed a friend of mines double stroller and hers fit easily into the trunk… I found it hard to believe that this stroller is shorter than others. Also it does not turn very easily then you have a bigger child in the front and then the bigger child doesnt fit easily into the back. The front seat doesnt recline very far and all in all, the stroller is VERY heavy. If you want to buy this stroller, measure your trunk and dont forget to try lifting it while it is folded in the store so you know if you can handle it… it is murder on my wrists!

  6. Multiple Mom on April 24th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I registered for this stroller when I found out that I was expecting twins. I did all the research I thought I needed, including test “driving” it around the store. I’ve used this stroller on an almost daily basis. When the girls were still in their carriers, it was fantastic! The seats were easy to get in and out of the stroller and I could access them easily when they were locked in. Now there girls are 14 months old and I’m on the hunt for a new stroller.
    Pros:
    * Folds flatter than other front/back strollers that I found and it locks tightly in place once it’s folded down.
    * Easy to get through doorways and stores
    * Not too difficult to “steer” for a stroller that large
    * good storage space, including cup holders for mom and dad

    Cons:
    * The biggest con is that there is no front try for snacks, drinks, etc. Now that they eat table food, I have to hand the front rider food because she has no place to put it. There are 2 cup holders, but they pop off easily and she knows how to do that!
    * The back seat lays flat, but the front seat only reclines slightly
    * It’s a very heavy stroller, and I’m an active, athletic mom…no wimp here!
    * The shades are almost worthless. The one is the back is far better than the one in the front, but that’s not saying much!
    * The seat in the back is so close that the back rider is constantly pulling on the front seat, even when she’s locked in. My girls are only 27 inches tall and weigh 18 and 19 lbs…not big girls.
    * The straps are complicated, especially when you are in cold weather and want to get them in their seats fast!
    * If you travel with it, I strongly suggest removing all of the cup holders as they come out easily.

    If I had to do it again, I would go with a side by side, but even still, if I wanted a front and back rider, I wouldn’t choose this one again.

  7. lovecoffee on April 24th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I like this stroller because it folds and unfolds very very easily. Also, it is easy to push, and the cup holders for the front child and parent are convenient. I don’t like the weight of the stroller. I am a petite person, and I have significant difficulty picking the stroller up to put it in the car. I have dropped it a couple of times, and broken a wheel. Also, the front seat is small for a taller child. I have to put my 3-y/o in the back seat and my 17month old in the front because the canopy hits my 3 y/o’s head if he sits in the front. When the stoller folds up, it is very large, and most cars, and crossovers will not be able to accommodate any others items in the trunk.

  8. Busy mom of 2 under 2 on April 27th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I dislike this stroller because it is very heavy and is so bulky! I don’t feel that it is an easy to maneuver stroller and it takes up so much room in our truck!! I would not recomend this stroller to any one!

  9. Chrissy, mom of 3 little ladies on May 1st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    My two youngest are 17 months apart, so I knew I needed double. My thoughts went to this type of stroller. I thought a “train” like stroller would allow easier access up and down the aisle, could use my carrier and provide the storage I needed for having 3 children. However, I was mistaken. Overall, this stroller was very difficult to steer, and weighs a ton!! Now that my daughter is out of the carrier, she wants to see what is going and can not because she is in the back. I recently went on […] and bought a double Maclaren and love it. I wish someone would have recommended this stroller to me from the beginning. It is easy to steer (even in stores), there is plenty of storage with two baskets, easy to close and lift into car, both girls can see what is going on and both seats lay flat so they can sleep. Overall, do not buy this stroller. Buy a Maclaren stroller!!!!

  10. gramma on May 3rd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    We call it the limo. Its so wonderful. The kids love it. I only wish it had an optional tray… but the cups work well. Awesome and well built.

  11. jan the mom on May 27th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Love it! No complaints.

  12. hadley and hailey's momma on May 27th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I have twin girls, and this is the best stroller out there. I tried two others… a graco and a chicco. They were too hard to maneuver, this stroller is great!

  13. H&A's Mom on May 28th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    My kids are 19 months apart and I would not be able to leave the house without it! My daughter loves to sit in the front and has her snack in one cup and her sippy cup fits in the other. For those that say they are easy to pop out. You have to line up the little notches on the cups to get them to click in properly.

    Pros:
    Lots of basket room
    Easy to steer for a larger stroller (sometimes the front wheels lock after being folded, all you have to do is unlock them)
    Easy to navigate through racks in stores
    Snack cups w/o tray = easy in/easy out
    Basket under front seat (child can get out their own toys or snacks)
    Back seat can be enclosed for a bassinet type travel (great for an infant on hot days so they aren’t all squished up in their car seat)

    Cons:
    It is heavy, but it is a double stroller
    The front shade doesn’t do much
    The front seat doesn’t recline very much
    The shoulder strap and waist strap aren’t connected

  14. single mom of two on May 28th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This stroller is awesome! I’d recommend it to anyone!

  15. crystal mommy of two on June 1st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I purchased this stroller when my son arrived and my daughter was 4yrs old. It fit them both perfect in the stoller, since my daughter is pettite, even at age 5 she fits in the front seat. BUT I’ve decided to get rid of this stroller after only using it a few times because now that summer is here the back shade on my son, which is MOST important doesn’t Move from it’s position stuck to the back seat. It does NOT cover him whatsoever and he really needs the shade. Very disappointed in that part, but otherwise I love everything else about this stroller. It can be a bit LARGE for some places we go, so we’ve purchased a smaller stroller where my daughter can stand or sit in the rear instead, and it has a great adjustable shade in front.

  16. Momma to Owen and Olivia on June 4th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I love everything about this stroller. I don’t agree with any of these bad reviews at all… the only one I somewhat agree with is the front shade doesn’t shade as much as I’d like. But other than that it is perfect!

  17. Davis Twins on June 12th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This was a good buy. Easy to push and get around.

  18. Mom of 2 under a year on June 13th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    My husband and I unexpectedly needed a double stroller when we found out my son would be joining my daughter before her first birthday. I spent hours researching the safest, an most bang for your buck duo stroller. We test drove several strollers several times in the stores before choosing this one. We have not at all been disappointed. The ride is smooth and easy, very easy to manuever. We like that the front wheels can be locked for tougher terrain. The handle bar is comfortable and has two adult cup holders which is great. The stroller folds easily and pops back up just the same. It is not as heavy as some of the other duo strollers and folds up relatively flat for it’s size. We have taken my daughter for a few rides with the infant seat in it’s place for test runs and even she loves it better than her other strollers. It has so many great features like storage under I can actually store something in and the two cup holders for my daughter in the front. I m so glad we bought this stroller even over the other Graco duo strollers. This is far and away the best purchase for the money. The other model from Graco is noticeably cheaper and made that way. Can’t say enough about this stroller!! Even has a great bassinet like feature for newborns if you would rather not use the big bulky car carrier!

  19. Onto double stroller #2 on June 16th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I thought this was great…the first 2 weeks I had it. The wheels began to squeek not too long after having it and the snack tray in the rear seat broke – which meant my infant seat wasn’t secure on the stroller anymore. The company was great and sent me new pieces, but I am done with this non-durable piece of plastic. Ps – my kids are on the small end of the charts and my 4 yr old is too long to sit/lay comfortably in either seat.

  20. Sue on July 14th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I bought this stroller when my second daughter was born. My girls are now 3 1/2 yrs. and 1 yr. I use it just about every day. It fits both kids nicely, has a HUGE, easy access basket that I use when I go grocery shopping, handles that you can hang bags on, lots of cup holders, and even a little pack on the handle that holds my sunglasses, cell phone and keys. The basket underneath the stroller is very strong. You just have to make sure that the basket is hooked properly on BOTH sides after you place things in there.
    It also folds up easily and is not too large, or heavy, when folded. (compared to other doubles)
    It manuevers easily, but can get tough to turn if there is a child in the front seat and no child in the back. I do wish they would improve the design a bit in that area.
    All in all, GREAT STROLLER!!!

  21. KARA on July 20th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    THE BEST

  22. Imy and her boyz on July 21st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Overall this is a great stroller, the handle bar is great to maneuver and great to hang bags on it. Any baby bag with short straps or purse will hang from either side with no problem. although the heavier the kids the harder to maneuver but you get what u pay for. Its pretty sturdy. My greatest complaint is the front seat is not big enough my 2 year old whom is 41 inches tall cant rest his head and his head reaches the canopy so he hates the canopy and pulls it down because it bothers him. He can’t ever sleep in the front seat I have to switch him to the back seat which is a bit roomier because of the attached fabric. We also ran once because it was raining the the wheels were screeching. My 2 year old weights 43lbs and my 10 mth old weighs 22 lbs I have tall kids and as they grow its getting harder to push.Now I am looking to buy a double jogging stroller that holds the kids side to side they like to play together now and having them one in front and the other in the back is no longer acceptable to them. when I had the newborn it was fine because I didn’t want the my one year old to bother him, but this is no longer the case. It has great room in the bottom basket also the parent and child tray are a great plus. Hope this was helpful. If you have small or short children then this stroller should be a dream come true.

  23. Julie on August 11th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I have a 21 month old and a 5 week old… so we needed the double. This one is great- they both enjoy riding in it. A few problems so far: 1) sometimes when you open it, it gets caught up on the latch for the back seat’s cup holder bar. That latch breaks off… 2) my 1 year old is very tall, and cannot sit in the front seat when I have our Graco SnugRide in the back seat with the baby. 3) front seat doesn’t stay locked in position- my little man can push it back/pull it up just by moving. Great things about it? The back seat folds down so far that it is like a little bassinet for the baby- he LOVES it, sleeps away! My 1 year old LOVES the front seat- very comfortable and easy to climb into. Easy to push and steer, and I don’t feel as though I’m driving a train. It’s a great size! Finally, folds down to a decent size, and is easy to push into the back of our SUV because the wheels roll.

    All in all, I’d recommend it. My kids love it! And, in reality, isn’t that the most important thing- that they’ll actually RIDE in it?! πŸ™‚

  24. Father on August 11th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    ASSEMBLY
    Assembly was relatively easy. All I had to do was put on some wheels and some cupholders. All in all it took about 10 minutes.

    USABILITY
    I had a single Graco for our 12 month old and had to upgrade to the duo for our newborn. It is really amazing. I can fit our Graco snug-ride infant carrier (not included) in either the front or the back. (It can even fit two infant carriers!) And the back seat can fold into a little bassonet sleeping area, which is very innovative.

    There is tons of space in the bottom compartment and the fanny pack on the handlebars helps for storage too. There are cupholders for the adults and cupholders for the kids.

    I really like the rear brakes. It’s one lever that locks both wheels instead of independent locks. The rear wheels automatically lock when you fold it down also. The unit is very easy to fold down and bring back up. When folded, it stands up nicely. But beware that a child can pull it down on top of them.

    Seats are fully adjustable and there are two canopies that can cover the kids. The rear canopy even has a velcro window. With an infant carrier in the rear, we can get near-blackout.

    The stroller is heavier than single strollers, but is manageable. The only thing I don’t like is that when collapsed, you can’t roll it. It must be carried. But that’s okay.

    This is really an amazing stroller. It’s large, so I have it parallel parked in the hallway heh.

  25. mommyof2pinkandblue on January 10th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I absolutely love this product i did tons of research on double strollers and tested them out at the stores and this one was perfect for my almost 3 year old daughter and 3 week old son. It manuevers very smoothly it has a full recline in the back fold and unfolds with just one hand…I also purchased the matching carseat and it fits well…storage basket is awesome…I get tons of compliments on the stroller…great buy for two littles

  26. ShellzBellz on January 31st, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I just bought this stroller yesterday for my two boys (ages 2 and 2 months). It is amazing!! It was super easy to operate and had plenty of room for my toddler to sleep (I put him in the back and the car seat up front). The pattern is nice and neutral, as well, plus the handles are up a bit higher (which my husband likes, since he is taller). The only problem was trying to put the car seat bar in the front (you need to remove the cup holders from the front)…the cup holders were VERY hard to remove. Otherwise, I would recommend this to anyone with two kids!!!

  27. Amilee on February 4th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    This stroller had everything I was looking for: Big storage basket that was easy to access, both seats reclined, folded up easily, and wasn’t too heavy. I actually had bought the baby trend sit and stand stroller and had brought it back to buy this one. I even bought a Graco car seat snuggleride35 to go with it because I liked it so much. The only con I would say would be the front seat doesn’t have a full tray bar that goes completely across.

  28. Carli with twins on February 6th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    My husband and I just assembled this yesterday, and found the directions very easy to follow, and we aren’t very mechanical… The stroller looks attractive and versatile so far. The cup holders in front are a pain; they are hard to get unattatched, and you have to do that to fit the car seats. The car seats do fit well. We got the matching Snugride 35 infant car seats. The wheels are cheaply put together, but for the price- I don’t think it gets any better. Easy to fold up.

  29. Stacey on February 7th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    We initially bought this stroller for our toddlers who are less than a year apart. Low and behold, a couple years later, we just had twins. So, our Graco Quattro Tour Stroller is getting tons of use.

    I recommend this stroller to everyone with children close in age. The weight limit is better than most, it has two rows of cup holders – I can’t imagine having a kiddo in one seat with a cup holder filled with treats and the other kiddo with nothing, how unfair…, there weren’t any double strollers out there with such nice storage on the bottom – I loooove that. Apparently this stroller folds down and weighs less than most double strollers – the first time though that I moved the stroller in and out of my truck, I thought what the heck! This is lighter and more compact than most other double strollers?!?!?! – meaning, it’s still pretty heavy and bulky, but after a couple uses, I totally got used to this and hardly notice how heavy it is anymore. Besides, if you have little ones close in age – chances are, you have lots of upper body strength from carrying them around. The front seat and back seat recline – which is not available in all double strollers. Stearing is smooth and easy as well.

    The only way I would recommend a different double stroller is if there is quite an age difference between toddlers – then I might consider a sit and stand type. Thank God we didn’t get a sit and stand though – because we would have had to buy a second double stroller to accommodate our newborn twin girls and their car seats. The only reason I got this stroller for our toddlers close in age instead of a sit and stand is because the sit and stands don’t have any models, as far as I am aware, that have decent storage capacity underneath and our oldest still wasn’t really old enough to sit in a seat without the harness.

    The wheels are also nice, I have heard of a lot of strollers with broken wheels – that has never happened in our 2 years of owning and using this. In fact, nothing on this stroller has broken since we have owned it. It has a nice suspension so the kiddos don’t get bumped around.

    Do NOT confuse this stroller with the Graco Duoglider – nooo comparison, (as also reflected in the price difference πŸ™‚

    One other stroller to look at is the Kolocraft Contours – It sparks my interest in that it too rates well and the seats can swivel so the kids can look at each other – but I have not owned one. I would say the only double strollers to look at all in all are this one, the Kolocraft Contours, and only if your kids are further apart in age – a sit and stand. Looking at anything else in my opinion is going to be a waste of time.

  30. Jenmomofthree on February 14th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    This stroller is great! I love that is has cupholders for each child and the parents! It has a huge, usable basket which is very handy for all the goodies that go along with having kids! Not hard to push, even with a larger child in the front. I love that the older child can hop on and off fairly easily due to the cupholders being on the side of the seat. This pattern (racer) is fantastic! I just love it! Not too babish, my husband doesn’t mind pushing this stroller! I highly recommend!

  31. Mom and daycare provider on February 16th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    First of all, I love the Graco products as they are durable and affordable. When my old Graco dbl broke after being in use over 9 years and with 2 families I was dreading picking a new one. I tested a bunch of models and this one rules them all. The one hand set up and fold down makes it easy to not have to put the baby down first and my 9 year loves to do it for me too. The seats are nicely padded and comfortable (kids keep telling me too). I like the straps because its easier for the kids to get out once they are unbuclkled. The little basket in the front is great for tissue boxes and first aid kits. The big basket in the back is awesome, I love how it drops flat so you can have easier access to it. Yes it is a little odd to manuever, but if it was too easy it wouldnt be as durable. I dont think it is too heavy as some say, it is a DOUBLE and shouldnt be too light. Its lighter than some singles for sure! I had no problems with putting a 45 lb kid in the front, and a 40 lb kid in the back. Add to that i had 2 backpacks in the basket and two more backpacks hanging off the handle bars. I look like a caravan lol but it works great. I love love the steering handle bars, finally ther are made for us slightly taller people and very comfortable to grib. I love the pouch for my stuff too. People mentioned the cupholders falling out, i have NO ISSUE with this. I did notice that you have to put them in right the first time or you could break the tab that locks them in.I love this stroller

  32. Lucy on February 28th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I read lots of reviews before purchasing anything, that’s why I’m writing this.

    This stroller is for you if: you have a newborn and an older child, you go for walks frequently, you drive a van or an SUV, you have storage to put this stroller away without folding it.

    This stroller is NOT for you: if you have 2 newborns or 2 toddlers, you drive a sedan, you take your kids for a drive often.

    Pros: nice large back seat, huge back seat canopy, plenty of storage space, lots of cupholders, seats recline, very smooth ride, cool look.

    Cons: extremely heavy and bulky, impossible to stir with one hand, you will not be able to fit this thing into a sedan’s trunk without taking out the parent tray and the cupholders, and then bending a wheels a bit; small and uncomfortable front seat.

    I have kids ages 1 and 2. This stroller was great when the youngest one was a newborn. I used to take them out for walks frequenty, it was great the the back seat reclined flat. But now that the kids are older, I’m looking for an umbrella type side by side stroller, I would prefer a lighter stroller with less options than this train. First, the front seat is a joke, my 2 year old hates it. It hardly fits his butt. I found it easier to place an older child in the back and the younger and smaller child up front. This stroller is also extremely heavy. If I have to go somewhere with the kids, the thought of folding/unfolding this stroller, and dying trying to fit it into the trunk of my car makes me think twice about leaving the house. If I have to make 2 stops, I might as well forget about it.

    If you prefer a heavier stroller but with lots of options, this stroller is for you. If you want a lighter stroller or drive with the kids often, get something else.

  33. Lauren on March 1st, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I absolutely love this stroller! We were debating between two others and decided to head to the store to compare the two in person…this one won hands down! It manuevers VERY easily and my son can hop in and out of the front seat very easily (when we are at the zoo, museums and Disney). Our newest additon is 3 months, we strap her in and recline the back seat until it lays all the way flat and I swear we never hear a peep from her. I love the option of having two handle positions and the storage and cupholders are great! The only con I have is that it is heavy, but what double stroller isnt?! It is very nice to look at as well! A+ in my book.

  34. Yamil the Superstar Home Engineer on March 3rd, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I got this stroller two weeks ago after a lot of research and testing of many strollers at many retailers. I absolutely love it. Yes it takes a lot of space in the back of our Expedition and it is heavy but I personally prefer a heavy sturdy stroller. It does fold to a compact size, as good as it takes being that it’s a double stroller. The best feature for me is how easy it is to open it and close it. Being a mom of twins I need simplicity in my life and this stroller fits our lifestyle perfectly. In a nutshell the stroller is easy to open and close (with one hand!), sturdy, super easy to maneuver, big storage bin and can fit both car seats. Love it, Love it, Love it!

  35. MilwMom on March 5th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I LOVE this stroller! I have owned it for a little over a year and use it almost everyday. My stoller is a different pattern because it was bought at another big box retailer. I have 13 month old twins and a 2 1/2 yr old toddler. We have used this stroller in every combonation possible…with carseats, w/o carseats, toddler and infant, 2 infants, and toddler in back. My son is VERY tall for his age at 43 in. He still rides in the front seat comfortable. My twins are now around 33 in. and still plenty of room for them to ride comfortable even with snowsuits on. As the previous poster had so many dislikes..I’ve had no problem with many things she listed as cons. My older son has never steped on wheels, reached forward to touch, never lost any of the cups. We make sure they are tighted (not just set in).

    If the front canopy isn’t all the way forward it will stick the next time you try to open stoller. The seat also needs to be in upright position. The stroller is very easy to turn, very nice to push and great on most terrains. We took the stroller to a State Park and pushed it on a dirt trail with two carseats attached to stroller. I love that my large and heavy diaper bag fits easily into the big basket.

    The red tabs that lock wheels in front did break off because my husband would throw into back of truck by dropping on front wheels of stroller. So far no other problems at all with the construction..I fault my husband for the other breakage.

    My younger babies have had no problem sleeping in the front seat even though it doesnt recline fully.

    If you buy from another BIG box retailer there should be no problem returning if you don’t like it. I would reccomend this stroller to anyone looking for a nice double that is easy to steer. Like any other double stoller it is heavier than a single stoller!

  36. Morgan & Layla's Mom on March 6th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I have 2 girls now ages 3 and 14 mos. I did my research on double strollers under $300 for several months while I was pregnant with my 14mo. Once I narrowed it down to 3 different strollers, I went to BRU to test them out. My must have list was:1)Infant carseat compatible2)cupholders & snack trays for both kids3)Stylish4)Lots of storage5)Canopies/sun shades for both kids6)Easy fold 7)Easy steering8)Compact design – I didn’t want to feel like a train conductor driving a super long double stroller9)Lightweight for a double strollerThis stroller hit 8 of those 9 must haves. Can you guess which one it doesn’t have? 9)Lightweight for a double stroller. I think this is the heaviest double on the market! Do not pick this up pregnant! My kids are kinda scrawny and it’s HARD pushing them up a hill or a long ramp. I couldn’t wait until Layla got to be 6 months old so I could take her out of the carrier to make it lighter. Now that she’s 20lbs and Morgan is 30lbs I pushing 100lbs of weight around! 20 + 30 + 45 (approx stroller weight) + 5 lbs of baggage = 100 lbs, and counting as the girls gain weight. I’m dying to replace it.One other problem is the wheels started squeeking about 3-4 months after having it. It started on our first outing to the Botanical Gardens. It couldn’t handle it’s own weight for the 2 hour outting I guess. BTW, I found it easier to put Layla’s carseat in 2nd position (the very front of the stroller), and Morgan in 1st position (directly in front of me). This way Morgan could recline, and I could see her. If Layla’s CS was in the 1st position then I couldn’t see Morgan and, her head would bump the back of Layla’s CS. Back to the Pros – For under $300, I don’t think you can find a more stylish stroller. As much as I want to get rid of it, I’m vain and enjoy looking at it. It looks "rich":) I have the G Galore pattern to match the carseat. For under $1000, I don’t think you can find more storage options. I’ve read other reviews about the basket giving ppl problems, but I’ve never had a problem w/it. I think it should be illegal for any stroller but umbrella to be made w/o a snack tray & cup holder. I’m glad Graco feels this is just as important as I do and so they well equipped both seats & the parent’s with snack & cup holders. I always keep my cell & keys in the zipper pouch attached to the steering wheel. I do like tandem, b/c you’re assured fitting thru doorways, and mall clothing aisles. Even with the 100lbs resting on it’s wheels, it does turn pretty easily. The one hand fold is AWESOME! I don’t have to reset the basket, seats, or canopies b4 I fold it down like other brands. I just clik and roll it down. The body folds down small, but the giant wheels keep it from universally fitting in every car trunk. I had an ’05 Pont. Grand Prix and had to turn it upside down, then finagle it into the trunk. It’s a breeze getting it in and out of our PT Cruiser though (no height limit)!Now after writing this review, Im not going to get rid of it! I’ll just buy a side x side for long outtings like the Botanical Gardens or the zoo.

  37. Heathr374 on March 20th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I bought this specifically for shopping in stores and to keep in my car. It works well, folds easy, but it’s heavy and the seatbelts are horrible! My kids are buckle masters, but the novice could easily escape from this. It’s a one press button release and the kids can EASILY undue their own buckles. That worries me for baby in seat 1, when not using the bar thats included and optional. Also, the seat belt requires FIVE STEPS before it’s completely fastened. My kids usually struggle to get out while I’m buckling and this is a battle. The shoulder straps slide into the waste buckle to connect and they dont lock in until the buckle is completely fastened between the legs, so the shoulder strap connection comes apart every time your kid moves before you complete the 5 step fastening. So I have this buckle challenge/battle x 2 every time we strap the kids in.

    Also, my older child insists on sitting in the back seat and its a really tight squeeze between back of seat and tray when the seat is straight up.

  38. Mommy of 2 boys... on March 31st, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I had the single Quattro Tour for my first boy and loved it. I thought purchasing the double was a good idea since I trust Graco and I already had the car seat. I got this stroller in Bombay back in September 2009. My baby was born in October 2009. I have used this stroller for 5 months and have already had to contact Graco for a replacement basket as the original was tearing at the seams. The breathable fabric with the holes in it doesn’t make for strong seams. I also needed new wheels as the wheels I had CONSTANTLY squeaked. Not a little squeak but embarrassing squeak. WD40 helped for 2 days. Switched out the basket and the wheels. Problem with the wheels came back but the basket was ok. THEN the basket mechanics began to fail. It hardly stays up and will drop when you least expect it (with or without something in the basket) which pushes the brakes on which makes you come to a screeching halt. God help you if it happens to you while going down the hill in front of Pirates of the Caribbean at Disneyland like it did me. NOT fun for the riders or for me! I am now waiting to hear back from Graco as to what their solution will be for me. My recommendation is to get a different stroller…

  39. Toddler and Newborn on April 9th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I read tons of reviews on this stroller before I bought it. One of the main cons that I was worried about was its size. While at the store, I asked the salesman if I could but the floor model in my trunk to test. The stroller fit comfortably in the trunk of my BMW 330i sedan. It handled very well with my 35lb. 2yr. old and a carseat attached. I can’t expect the extra 10 lbs. of a newborn affecting the handling too much. It is expectingly heavy considering it is TWO strollers. But it is not too heavy to handle. When my toddler sits in front and the carseat is in the back, she has to sit absolutely straight. So, if I expect she wants to nap, the best configuration would be her in back and the carseat in front. She has plenty of space in the back. She’s 35lbs. now and could probably sit back there until she is like 45lbs. (its rated for 50lbs.)

    I tried all the other similar duo strollers at the store and I think this was the best for my needs. Was it $50-$100 better? Not so sure, but I am very happy with my purchase.

  40. neveraboringmoment on April 9th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    After our second child in 2 years we were desparate for a double stroller to use when we get out of the house. This stroller is easy to open, easy to manuever and has plenty of storage. The only drawback (and I am sure that this is the same with all double strollers) is that it does not fit easily into our car trunks. I drive a Sebring and have to wrangle the stroller into the front seat if I want to go anywhere by myself with the kids.

  41. MBabyJ on April 10th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    Got this stroller after trying out the Baby Trend Double Sit and Stand. This is a million times better! I chose a different pattern, but the quality is great. The best feature is the basket. It has a drop down ability so you can get your bag(s) in the bottom easily. Also, it is shorter when folded so it more easily fits in a car trunk. It doesn’t fit in my mini-van trunk though, because it folds up thicker, but we slide it in the middle. Both seats recline, with the rear reclining fully. Folds easily, and the handles to steer and really comfortable to use, and I believe more ergo-friendly. This is worth the extra money! It is heavy, but all doubles are! And you can put two infant seats on (for all you twin moms).

  42. ctw on April 12th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    love the handles…pushes very nicely…the break on the back wheels are easy to use when parking the stroller

  43. Mom of 9,6 and twins on April 19th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    This stroller has been my savior. Twins were born in 2008 and I have used it since. Worked beautifully with 2 SnugRide Infant carseats. As a tandem it fits through doors and most aisles. Maneuvers very well for being so big. I love the handle shape, makes it easy to push, but not as easy one handed. Folds like a dream. It is fairly heavy, but after carrying around twins, you get used to it. It is big folded up, but smaller then most in the same price range. The compartment underneath is very spacious however it collapsed on its own sometimes and that is cumbersome. Also, the front visor is not very good, so I lay it down in front and sometimes bang the stroller into things when turning. Great stroller though.

  44. Sam on April 20th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    Excellent double stroller! LOVE LOVE LOVE It!

  45. mom of two on April 20th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    Mine is a red and brown pattern. I bought this stroller a month after my second child was born and used it ever since. I love that it reclines all the way in the back seat as my infant can peacefully snooze on our daily walks. It folds easily and steers smoothly. I’m very pleased with this purchase and would definitely recommend.

  46. Mom of two! on May 3rd, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I love this stroller! My husband and I are very picky about what we buy for our kids! We don’t like to waste money! We spent a whole month looking at strollers and reading reviews and asking people about double strollers. we saw this one on line and the weight for the two kids sounded the best out of the lot! went to the store to take a closer look at stroller and we bought it! Let me tell you! this stroller turns very easy, It has two baskets, one under each sit,2 cup holders for each child, and two for me! My son is 3 and my daughter is 3 months. My son sits in the front, and I can recline his sit when he falls asleep(dosn’t go all the way back but my son sleeps just fine!) Very easy to open and close! its a bit on the heavey side but the stroller is so great otherwise that I don’t mind! and it can roll in place when close, so thats good! I LOVE LOVE LOVE this stroller!!!

  47. Robin the always on the Go mom. on May 6th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I have the "Race Stripe" stroller and Love it. I use this stroller everyday. I use it when I go into stores and if I’m not doing a big shopping list the bottom of the stoller I love how you can pull it to drop so you can put your things into it. I know there is weight to the stroller but that’s how you know it’s a good stroller. I am 5 foot tall and 3 inches. I can pick it up and put it into and out of my SUV. Some people might think it’s to heavy but I love it. Work out people. "LOL" I love how it’s easy to turn, my toddler loves it and my infant doesn’t bounce around in it. I love the fact you can take the front bar off to put the infant carrier so my toddler can take a nap in the back seat that lays down. Also love how easy it is to open it up and close it to store away. It’s just so well made for me. Only thing I didn’t like but was easy to fix was the front seat shade, so I picked up a shade to add onto it. No Big deal! Oh and love that I have cup holders and a place to put my keys and such. LOVE IT LOVE IT LOVE IT !!!!

  48. Tisha on May 13th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I bought this product when my son was born and my daughter was 16 months old. It is a great product and I just loved this stroller! Basket space was awesome as I had a lot to carry with two kiddies under 18 months old. Great sunshade for both seats! Easy to clean! Loved the parent organizer and cup holders! Loved that the rear basket could be accessed while the back seat was fully reclined.

    I’m 5’2" and had no issues pushing this stroller or picking it up to put in my Suburban. It did take up quite a bit of trunk space in our Honda Accord but it fit!

    I would have to say the only con was that when the back seat was fully reclined, there was a netted ‘window’ that had no optional covering to block the wind if needed. Other than that..loved it!

    I used this product until my son was 2 1/2 and my daughter was almost 4 because she wanted to walk most of the time but had NO problems re-selling the item very quickly!

  49. Mom of JJJ on May 15th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I love the stroller and I have had this stroller for over a year now well not this exact pattern but one just like it I wanted to know if any other moms were having the same problem that I do. I excanged the first one out for another just like it because while opening the stroller from the locked position the front seat got caught on the back seats tray forcing it open and breaking the lock. This has happen to the second stroller as well has anyone else experiecned this?

  50. Nicole on May 16th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I fell in love with this stroller the second I saw it. I love all of the features especially all of the cup holders and the large seats. However, I drive a chevy cobalt and there was NO WAY that thing was fitting into my trunk. I even tried to put it in the front seat, still wasn’t happenin for me. I was sooooo disappointed!! Other than the size factor, I just loved it!! In the end, I had to trade it in for a different stroller that could fit in my car πŸ™

  51. the babysitter on May 16th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    i used this stroller while babysitting a 2 year old and 6 month old. i wanted the baby to stay warm so i decided to put her in the graco safeseat. it was very hard to get in and out of the back seat. you had to do all kinds of manuvering and the child in the front was sitting straight up, and didnt not have much room to sit. make sure you try it out with your carseat if possible. might work better with twins

  52. Young Mama of 2 Girls :) on May 19th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    its awesome, it has 2 VERY large seats, front has cup holders or a adjustable bar that can be attached for older child to sit upfront. the main thing i love, is you can use one hand 2 open & the car seat can go in front or back GREAT! so basically my big girl who is 2 can choose where she wants to sit when we go somewhere. Large basket in bottom, able to fit my HUGE diaper bag & purse! also, it has a matching carseat- im trendy & cant have mix/match things so that was a totally got me once i knew! its perfect:)

  53. mom of 2 on May 28th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I absolutely love this stroller. When it arrived the bottom bar was bent. My husband told me to return it. But once I put the foot rest on you couldn’t see it. I figured it would get a lot more banged up then that by my kids. The stoller is a little heavy and very big. But it is roomy for both kids a huge basket underneath the seats.

  54. kentuckyfinest96 on May 29th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I really like the stroller. It is a little bulky. I have a Chevy Malibu it is kind of hard to get it the trunk. I rented a colbart and I was unable to take it with me. The cup holder come out all the time. I put the oldest int he frontseat and the baby sit in the back with the matching carseat.Sometime the carseat is very diffcult to get in but after a little work it fits.

  55. mom of 2 on June 1st, 2010 at 12:00 am

    The stroller looked good in the store and I liked that our car seat fit in it but you don’t know until you try it that it’s very heavy and difficult to adjust. When the infant goes in the back seat my toddler has to sit up almost completely straight in the front and you lose access to the compartment on the bottom where you keep your bags. It’s heavy to put in and take out of my SUV and it doesn’t manuever as well as other strollers that I’ve tried. I’m not 100% happy with it as I have been with the single graco strollers in the past

  56. Sara on June 11th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I am a new mother of twins and the first time I used this stroller we had trouble getting both carseats latched into the stroller. When we went to remove the back carseat, the bar that it attaches to broke. It is also pretty bulky – it does handle corners well though!

  57. Mom of 4 on June 11th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I have 4 children 5 years and younger and this is the 4th double stroller I have owned. It is fantastic!!! It maneuvers easily around corners, over grass, and even over sand. It pushes very smoothly with a toddler and infant in it. The storage compartment below is so spacious; we currently have 3 large buckets, shovels, sand molds, and a baby carrier in it and could fit more if we needed to. The cup holders are great, and the fact that there are three of them is even better. My infant’s car seat latches in and out easily.

    My main complaint is the sun shade for the front seat does not give enough coverage on a sunny day. The stroller is a bit heavy, but most double strollers are.

    For the price this stroller cannot be beat; if you are trying to decide if it is worth spending the extra $100 between the cheaper Graco double stroller model and this one; it is worth it. I had the cheaper Graco version before and was not as easy to push and manuever.

  58. mother of 4 on June 12th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    We are expecting twins so I was looking for something that I could clip their car seats on. I think these types of strollers are better for an older child and a newborn not toddler twins. The stroller is really big but sturdy, easy to open and close and steers well. We had some difficulty putting it into the trunk of my car (08 Honda Accord) but discovered that if we put the stroller in with the wheels facing up and the material down it fits easily. It is a little heavy for me but I think it will work while they are small. I plan on getting a City Mini Double Stroller next year when they are bigger. I don’t like the idea of one twin in the front, one in the back. Side by side just seems better, also the baby in the front will not be able to recline once we stop using the car seats. Oh, and the handles are nice, especially if you are taller!

  59. Auntie Rae on June 15th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I love this stroller …. some think it’s too heavy but what would you expect for a double full size stroller . It has everything i wanted plus so much more . The front holds up to 50 lbs & the back up to 40 lbs . Great visors for both , huge basket underneath stroller, both sippy cup & snack holders , nice big wheels that turn on a dime , both 5 point & three point restraints . The kids love it & so do i !!!!

  60. Mom of 2 under 2 on June 21st, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I have 2 under the age of 2 (6 months and 19 months) and I like the fact that you can choose where to put your infant (heavier child/car seat combo goes in the front). My babies are tiny so for a while, my infant in her car seat weighed more than my toddler. My older one actually enjoyed being in the back during this time, because then she got to look at the baby. THere was more than enough space though for her to still people watch and if her shoes fell off, they didn’t fall on the floor.

    It is a little bigger than traditional strollers, but considering how big it is when it’s opened completely, it’s a great buy. It’s also very easy to manuever through aisles and doors. I do have a Honda Accord and it fits in the trunk…once in a while i can get some groceries on either side of it.

  61. momma M on June 22nd, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I got this stroller in the Montreal pattern with the matching car seat because my son was 21 months when my baby was born and I needed something to accomodate the car seat. It is super heavy but folds easily and compact and fits great behind the third seat in my Odyssey. The quality is good and it rolls smoothly. I’m happy.

  62. Mommyto2 on June 23rd, 2010 at 12:00 am

    We have used this stroller a lot. It is very heavy for one person to load and unload, but other than that it’s pretty much a great stroller. It is very sturdy and easy to move around. If you don’t need it for daily usage and putting it in and out of a car, then this would be a great stroller for you!

  63. MadMomma on June 29th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    Looks are deceiving. These Quattro strollers look nice, but they are so cheap. Do yourself a favor, spend a few more dollars and get the Chicco double tandem. Why…? Had ours for nine months and the back tray was popped off by the front seat when opened up and then…the back foot rest did the same thing. So cheap, so disappointing! We have the red/brown which is Bombay, but just wanted to warn you! Don’t get it. It is cheap! Go Chicco! You’ll be glad you did!

  64. lorelei on July 1st, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I had this stroller for 2 years.First of all you have to be strong to push this thing long distances because its very heavy. Also the handles broke in the first week of use so I duck taped them together and its really hard to stear.So… dont buy this thing and if you do dont get the one with these types of handles. Also the drink carriers fell off after folding up the stroller so make sure you watch for that, because you can put them back on.

  65. dgho on July 9th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I bought this stroller because I needed a double stroller for my 2yr old and newborn. I also have 2 older daughters. I used to have a jeep double stroller for my older daughters and I absolutely loved it, but unfortunately it can’t be used for young babies. Comparing the two, the graco stroller is much smoother to push and easy to manuever with only one hand. It is also easy to open and close with only one hand ( which was very important to me bc with 4 kids i almost never have more than one hand free). I also feel that it is nicely padded and very comfortable for my children. I love that the back seat can fit a car seat or can recline all the way so you can lay a newborn in it. I like that I have the option of both positions for my baby. Also, the stroller is so big that my 5 yr old sometimes stands on the backseat’s foot rest when she’s tired. I don’t know how safe it is, but the stroller is that roomy. The thing that is really (and i stress really) annoying about this stroller is that it is absolutly HUGE…I have to move it into several positions just to fit it into the back of our minivan. It is so heavy it is almost impossible to lift into the trunk with one hand (at least for me). I guess i was used to the lightweight jeep stroller which i used to carry around with one hand. Also, the wheels of the stroller automatically lock when folded…I guess this is kind of good so it doesnt roll away…but that also means you have to carry the huge stroller just to move it around instead of wheeling in around. In reply to another comment, I’ve noticed my wheels also squeek, and I’ve only had this stroller for 1 month…but it’s not that loud. All in all, I would recommend the stroller, but just be aware it is not for everyone.

  66. busybee on July 17th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    This stroller is great. I purchased the french toast one two years ago. Some reviews complained that with the baby carseat in the rear the front has to be positioned straight, not reclined. That is why they have the attachment (included) for the front seat to put an infant car seat. Just remove the cup holders in front and attach the bar. The canopy in front isn’t very large but if the infant car seat is in place, the carseat canopy should suffice. The older child can sit in back which also has cup holders and reclines should he want to nap. The thing weighs a ton, so if you are fragile don’t purchase this stroller. I am 4’11, 115 llbs and can huff it up the hill. You get used to it. Plus it is great for shopping. Those handles are great for looping shopping bags on. When the back seat is reclined you can still access the basket because it folds down and back up. The mommy cup holders come in and out for easy cleaning. Also perfect for coffee drinkers.

    My favorite thing is that the back seat when fully reclined (without child in it) can hold numerous shopping bags. Tons of storage.

  67. Cayman Chirssy on July 17th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I had my 2nd child 11 months ago and we got this stroller about 6 months ago. I’m not sure what I did without it!
    I walk/ jog about 4km’s daily with my two kids in it (4 years and 11 months), and the stroller still looks like new. There are many kilometers on it so far and it still works like a charm, nothing broken off, squeaking or loose.
    It is a bit heavy, but I’m 5’4 and 120 lbs and I can still pack it into my Honda Accord with very little difficulty. Mind you, there isn’t room for anything else in the trunk, but at least it fits.
    So, if you are an active mom that likes to walk or jog with your two kids, this stroller is for you. I’m now expecting my third child and very happy the Graco car seats can snap in.

  68. Mom of 2 under 2 on July 21st, 2010 at 12:00 am

    Recently purchased this stroller after giving birth to my daughter as my son is only 1. For the most part, the stroller is very smooth and collapses very well. For those who want a no hassle collapse great. The stroller is a little heavy but not extra heavy as I have an Eddie Bauer travel one. The ONLY issue I have with this is when it is closed, the back wheels automatically lock therefore you can’t roll it. You must carry it. Unless we are doing something wrong, that’s a horrible flaw. Other than that 4 thumbs from the little ones.

  69. MamaOf2Under2 on July 27th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    This product is so heavy I cannot lift it to put it in the trunk. Drives easily in store, just wish it didn’t weight 47 lbs! YES IT WEIGHS 47 LBS. and that’s withou the kids in it!!!!!!!

  70. mom of 3 on July 31st, 2010 at 12:00 am

    love this stroller. i have 3 boys, ages 6, 3, and 1. front seat is a little small but still like the stroller. easy to push. sometimes my 6year old goes in and he fits! awesome stroller

  71. Susie, a mom of 2 and one on the way on August 8th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I like this stroller very much. It is great for taking the kids on walks and in stores where there are no carts. The back seat can go back so that my two year old can sleep. I do wish the front seat could go back farther too for a better sleeping position for my 10 month old (she loves the front and my two year old loves the back). Also, I wish the front canopy covered more like the back one. The stroller is Big so you have to have some muscles to lift it. Drives great though and is not too hard to manuever.

  72. Mom of 3 on August 18th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I actually have a question about this stroller. For moms who have used this stroller before, can you fit any type of carseat in this stroller such as baby trend because thats the one i plan on getting for my twins; or do you have to only get Graco? I lik this stroller alot compared ot the one i originally scanned in my baby registry but i prefer the quality of the baby trend car seats i picked out. Any advice or help would be great thank you… *LeAnn*

  73. jcmommy on August 21st, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I love the whole Brunswick line! I bought the carseat/carrier, pack & play and this Graco Quattro Tour Duo Stroller while pregnant with my son. I was a little nervous ordering it from reading reviews but pleased once i received it. Very easy to put together, pushes smoothly & comes in handy with my 3 year old daughter & 8 week old son. The attachable piece that hooks in the front seat cup holders is great when my kids fall alseep in the car before we get somewhere, i put my daughter in the back which lies flat & hook my sons carrier in the front! I keep it in my trunk & use it for walks around the neighborhood, mall trips, ect. It is a tad heavy & needed a little help getting it into my trunk after having a c-section but within a few weeks I was used to it & the kids love it!

  74. mom of 2 on August 22nd, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I have an 18 month old & 1 month old. I was so excited about this stroller, as I love every Graco product I own, including my single Quattro Tour stroller. There are so many things about this stroller I don’t like, mostly the very poor quality & durability.

    I’ve used it only about 5 times & already the stitching on the fabric is ripping in 3 places.
    The plastic latch that locks the rear seat tray broke off when I opened the stroller.

    The plastic latch that holds the stroller in its folded position NEVER actually latches…it just lays over another piece of plastic, there is nothing for it to CLICK into. That being said, it constantly opens up every time I pick it up to load into the car.

    The parent cup holders fall out constantly, even when I double check that they are securely attached & the zipper pouch is a joke.

    The front child seat is far too narrow & I have a pretty small toddler. I also wish it had a child tray going across the front seat rather than too shallow cup holders. The front seat sun shade barely covers my toddler & when the infant carrier is in the rear seat, the front seat doesn’t recline AT ALL. Also, the rear sunshade is difficult to pull over an infant seat because it is so snug.

    The basket underneath is VERY small for a double stroller (I think my single stroller basket is larger) & VERY difficult to get anything in/out without lowering the basket, which is difficult to do as the latches stick on one or both sides.

    Overall, I am extremely disappointed with this stroller & will be returning it to the store.

    The positives include: soft padded seats, fully reclining rear seat with good sun shade, ease of maneuverability, easy to open/close, nice little under-basket on the front seat, comfortable handles, fairly compact for a double stroller.

  75. Mother of two boys on August 26th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    Bought this stroller based on the reviews that I read. I was a little worried because some of the reviews talked about how heavy it was and how there was problems with the underneath basket. I have not experienced any problems. It is a bit heavy, but it is a double stroller so that is to be expected. I love the fact that it has one hand fold down option. I love the fact that it rolls very smoothly and is easy to maneuver and control. I originally considered purchasing a sit and stand stroller, but I am glad that I got this one because my three year old can sit up front in style. This stroller comes with two options for the bigger child in the front. It comes with an easily move-able padded metal bar that keeps them in or you can change it out with a drink and snack cup. I prefer to keep mine in the stroller and not to have to harness him in. He likes to lean forward on the bar and look around, so it is not like he is trapped or anything. I would recommend this stroller to anyone. I am 5’5 and my friend is 5’10, we can both steer the stroller with ease and it does not put strain on any one’s back because the handle bars are ergonomically made. I could go on and on.
    I also love the fact that the sun bonnet part has an area that you can open and it just leaves an mesh area. You can talk to the child without having to lean around the side.

  76. Tara the very busy mommy on August 27th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I have the same stroller just in a different color, it is a little bulky and a little heavy but lets face it what duo stroller isn’t. This is the best one I could find, it was the lightest one that was not side by side, you can get down aisles easily in the malls, you can get through single doors easily, it has lots of cup holders which is great, as well as lots of storage. It is very easy to fold and maneuver. My kids are very comfortable (I have a 15 month old and a 3 month old), I would HIGHLY RECOMMEND this stroller to anyone.

  77. Mommy of 2 Girls. on August 28th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    it looks GREAT, as far as appearance goes! but the stroller broke after only being used once, the back seat wont lean back or go forward because the metal rod broke that pulls it up or down. its a VERY tight fit for the matching car seat that’s made to actually fit, so both my children [ 2 yrs & 1 month ] cant ride comfortably AT ALL! bad product, not worth the money what so ever! and return/getting a new with graco is impossible & a total hassle. πŸ™

  78. Jude & Luke's Mommy on August 29th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I did alot of research before buying a tandem stroller. I wanted to get the Baby Elite tandem stroller, but it was just too expensive. I also was thinking of getting the Kolcraft Contours and Baby Trend. But I’m glad I bought this stroller.
    Currently, I have a newborn and a 15 month old. My 15 month old loves to ride up front.

    Pros: I would say the best feature is how this stoller folds and unfolds. Quick twist of the wrist and the strolller folds and unfolds. You don’t have to remove the seats to fold like some other tandem strollers. On smooth surfaces and concrete the stroller is pretty easy to maneuver. Also, I like the parent caddy and that both seats have cup holders. The front seat also has a snack holder that my son loves. The canopy on the front seat adjusts (which I find is a must). The back seat reclines fully and the front seat has a couple of recline settings.

    Cons: It’s really hard to push and turn on grass. I would forget about trying to push this thing one handed on any surface. Also, this stroller does weigh alot. We have an SUV and a small compact car. There’s no way this stroller would fit in the trunk of our compact car. But these cons are applicable to most tandem strollers.

  79. Doug on August 30th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    First, the cons. It is big, and it is heavy. You need a good bit of room in the trunk for this item, but it does compact down well to a small size.
    The pros, it is big and heavy. I like quality, and well built items. We have a newborn infant (he rides in the front) and a 3 year old (who rides in the back). Lots of storage, cupholders (we do a lot of festivals so it works great for holding mom and dad’s drinks, too).
    Look no further, this is a very good item.
    Consumer reports did not test this item, but every category that featured a Graco product had one of the Graco products list #1.
    Go and buy it and stop fooling around.

  80. MomofTwins on September 4th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    My twin boys are 14 months now, and I’ve only been using our stroller for a short time. […] As a first time parent, unfortunately our only option was to go by others’ opinions. The front seat is way too shallow, definately not good for a younger toddler. And the back seat has no visibility. We had to use a snap’n go with our car seats cause the stroller does not hold 2 carriers (not meant for twins or multiple small children) and it’s way too heavy to even try using it with an infant carrier anyway. You can’t even attach toys within baby’s reach! Cupholders always detach, already lost one.

  81. Mom of 2 on September 8th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I have two boys, ages 3 and 2 months.
    I must say I was very disapointed with this purchase. I was excited about it in the store but sadly after buying it things started breaking quickly. On the second time using this stroller the piece that attaches the tray in which the infant seat fits broke when opeing the stroller. My infant seat is now difficult to put in and even harder to get out because of this. I don’t feel like it is ever in there safely.
    Also, the front seat must remain completely staight (without recline) while the infant seat is in so not to hit my toddler in the head =(
    The cup holders by the handles have both been lost already.
    This stoller is also very heavy!!
    On a good note, it pushes easily, and the handles are very comfortable!

  82. A mommy of 2 on September 8th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    So I checked all the reviews for about 50 strollers and decided on this one! Sucks if you have an infant car seat….my 20 month old son sits so upright in the front he is like a bird perched on a ledge. NO RECLINING if you have an infant car seat in it. I am returning it today and getting the Babyjogger City Select, the money is not an option. Buy cheap and you get cheap!!!

  83. KT on September 13th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    Love the color of this stroller!

    My sister gave me a sit and stand stroller but my 3 year old refused to use the sit/stand piece so we always ended up having to carry the 6 mos old and push the 3 year old around. We finally decided to invest in a double stroller and we LOVE this stroller. EVERYONE is HAPPY!

    LIKES:
    Smooth ride
    Handlebars make it easier to push and steer
    Back seat totally reclines back
    Lots of cupholders
    Many storage compartments

    DISLIKES:
    front seat doesn’t recline very far back
    Hard to steer with heavier child in front
    Infant doesn’t like the back seat very much b/c everything is too high for them to see out
    Too easy for my 3 year old to snap herself out of the front seat

  84. golden mom of 5 on September 23rd, 2010 at 12:00 am

    This stroller is easy to go in and out of stores with. I had purchased the BOB double stroller side by side only to return it and get the graco. The graco is much easier to maneuver and lighter than the BOB. I have a 3 year old and newborn. I am extremely happy with the graco!!!

  85. NP mom on September 27th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I have a newborn and a 2 year old. The 2 year old loves climbing into the front seat. It is very easy to fold and unfold which is important with 2 little ones. The reason I did not give it a 5 was because the instructions were hard to follow. They didnt tell me how to put the car seat on the back seat so I have always layed the baby in back. There is slightly to much light that hits the baby. Also the brown plastic is already fadingin some areas. But i would buy it again because how easy it is to fold up and down.

  86. Katie mom of 2 on September 30th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I’m disappointed in the design of the harness straps for the toddler seat. My 2 year old is very active and busy, and he can easily take the strap apart, and stand up in the seat when we go for walks. I wish the strap was not as easy to unhook. It is also very heavy and awkward, but it’s a double, so that’s understandable. I also don’t like that I have to put him in the front, he’s almost 40 pounds, so I think it would be easier to steer and push if he were in the back, closer to me, and my infant daughter were in the front.

  87. KRISP on October 8th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I HAD THE LESSER MODEL AND IT WAS FALLING APART SO I DECIDED TO TRY THE NEXT MODEL UP AND I’M GLAD I DID. IT COST A LITTLE MORE BUT IT WAS WORTH IT.

  88. Busy mom of 3 on October 17th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    We have a 4 yr old, 2 yr. old and infant. This is a great stroller for the 2 yr. old and infant. Plenty of room in the back for the toddler while the front is reclined to accommodate the pumpkin seat. Very easy to maneuver and goes over the bumps well. Nice and high handles for taller people. I put in that it was bulky & heavy…but what double stroller isn’t??

  89. fancy nancy on October 21st, 2010 at 12:00 am

    Pros:
    *Easy to put together, it took me 10 minutes or so
    *Very easy to open and close
    *Colors and style are attractive
    *Roomy undercarriage
    *Back seat is raised and goes all the way down so my child can sleep
    *Rides smooth

    Cons:
    *Front seat is way to small
    *The mesh window should have been clear. It makes it difficult to see my child
    *The front canopy is very short and doesn’t even cover my sons head. Its useless
    *Heavy when lifting in and out of car
    *They could have added a temperature control and clock like our other
    Graco single stroller which we love

  90. Mom of 2 on October 23rd, 2010 at 12:00 am

    This was definetely the easiest front to back stroller to push. Liked the fact that the back sunshade is very big and covers baby, wish front was bigger. Like that back seat fully reclines and is padded for newborn. Great storage space in basket. It is sooo heavy. 42lbs! I could not lift it into or out of my trunk. Also, the handle broke after 2 months. I had to return it.

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