Combi Twin Sport EX Stroller Review – Wasabi – Combi International

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Rating: 4.0 out of 5 (39 reviews)

Combi’s Twin Sport EX is a lightweight and portable lifestyle side by side twin stroller with a steel frame. The Combi’s Twin Sport EX is compatible with Combi’s Shuttle Ex Car Seat. The Twin Sport EX features a quick and simple tri-fold, multi-position deep reclining seats for resting comfortably. Cup holders for children, 2 mesh storage basket with easy access, 5-point logo harness, convenient carrying strap for traveling, front swivel wheels for easy maneuvering, removable wheels, integrated safety boot, removable washable seat cover, European style canopy with a transparent window and back pocket for storing small items.


  • Accepts all Graco® SnugRide® Infant Car Seats and Infant SafeSeat™ Car Seats.
  • Extended front seat weight limit holds child up to 50 lbs to last past the toddler years.
  • Uniquely designed handles make it easier to maneuver.
  • Elevated rear seat so everyone gets a good view.

Additional Info





1 lbs

45 lbs

Double & Triple



Sunshade,Cargo Basket,Tray / Bar



27.7 pounds

41.5 x 30.0 x 7.0

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39 Reviews for “Combi Twin Sport EX Stroller Review – Wasabi – Combi International”

  1. Happy Hampton on January 25th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I had have a 3 year old and a 2 month old
    I had single Combi stroller for my daughter and it as light weight and easy for me to put in and out of the car The double is just as wonderful Easy to fold up takes 2 seconds, light so I can lift into my suv,fits through doorways
    and I can use my same combi infant car seat with it from my daughter 3 years later!My only dont like is there are no cup holder for you. I had purchased the Contours Options Tandem Stroller It looked like a great stroller BUT my 3 year old was to tall for it 36″ her legs hung over the bottom and her head was higher then the canopy the infant seat side wasnt very stable and it was so heavy

  2. LDavis on February 5th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    We bought this stroller today for my two kids (8 months & 3 years) and LOVE it! It glides so easily and is very easy to maneuver. I love that there are four cup holders for the little ones drinks/snacks/toys plus a nice pocket on the back of each side to store phones/wallets/etc. The only con that I really have with this product is that the storage underneath the seats was not big enough to hold my diaper bag but I fixed that problem easily by buying two purse holders that secure onto the handles. All in all I would recommend this product to anyone that asked. I never realized the difference in strollers until I got this one!

  3. Mom of Three Boys on February 10th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I got it on sale for about [$] and was delighted.Now I’m trying to get rid of an Evenflo double stroller that I just got. You can’t even compare the items.

  4. Julie on February 18th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This stroller is very comfortable for my 2 yr old twins. we’ve been using it since they were about 1. Seats recline way back, has good storage, fits through all doors, folds up great and is lightweight. Moves well and looks great too!

  5. Houston mom on March 2nd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I have a 20 month old and a 1 month old. I had the combi single stroller and loved it. After doing months of double stroller research and trying out, I got this one because its SUPER light weight (about 20 lbs) compared to most doubles, folds up pretty small (I have Ford Focus and it fits in the trunk even with my single combi in there), manuvers easily, and its nice colors. Some people in the older models were complaining that its hard to manuver but you have to make sure and unlock the front wheels so that they swivel. Each side has the safety boot for the infant, and each bar in the front is independent so that you can take the toddlers bar off allowing them to climb in and out on their own. The bottom bin is on big bin with 2 openings but they have elastic so you can fit quite a bit in there (I can put my diaper bag, purse and a shopping bag in it.) The stroller is already assembled in the box, you just remove the box and pop open the stroller and your ready to go. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS STROLLER!!!

  6. momof2 on March 6th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This stroller is great. I did a lot of research before buying a double stroller and finally decided on this one. I have a 3 year old and a 2 month old and it is great for them. It is light, folds easily and is easy to maneuver. It also fits in the trunk of my honda civic. The colors are also great. Also, you dont have to put a thing together. It is completley assembled in the box. The only downfall is the storage. My diaper bag doesnt fit below. If you have a small diaper bag it would probably fit. And you cant hang bags on the handles because it is just one bar that runs across the length of the stroller. Other than this its perfect.

  7. dawn,mom on the go. on March 7th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I have a 20mo.old and 3mo.old and I dont have a car so I travel by cab/bus this is a very good stroller soon as it was brought I opened it right in the store and put my kids right in it is so lite very easy and convenient to use.But only one little problem storage baskets is to small so I brought me a cute bag that goes over the hand bar of the stroller.

  8. mother of 2 on March 10th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This stroller is much better than the Chicco double stroller. Its not as heavy. Its an easy ride, can push with one hand. The seats are comfy for the kids. It has cup/snack holders. It fits through doors. I can open the stroller with one hand. It fits into the trunk of a sedan vehicle. I don’t have the car seat that fits into the stroller, but that’s a GREAT option. My kids aren’t used to sitting side by side yet, but I like the convenience of this stroller vs the big tandem double stroller that I also have. Small basket, but hey- its an umbrella stroller, what do you expect? I feel the sunshades are very adequate, especially compared to other double umbrella strollers.

  9. Mom of two boys on March 11th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I loved the stroller at first until I made my first attempt to the mall. My one year old was trying to get out of it. I don’t think the back is solid enough so every time he tried to sit up straight he would practically move the whole sit cusion. It was great for my 3year old because he wasn’t so jumpy. lol.
    Anyways I ended up returning it and getting something else. Let’s see how that works out.

  10. Mom of 2 on March 13th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I went to Babies R US today with the intention of buying another twin umbrella stroller, but after seeing that one and this one side by side, I bought this one. My 2 1/2 year old and my 16 month old love it. The older one cried because he couldnt stay in it. My only complaint is the buckle. My 2 1/2 year old can easily open it and climb out. But other than that, it is great.

  11. Pat the grandma on March 14th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I have had a single seat Combi stroller for 3 years and I love it. The double stroller fits through a regular doorway, is lightweight, folds easily for the car and has very durable wheels for regular bike path walks. I am very happy with this product and would highly recommend it.

  12. Kara on March 16th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    My kids are 16 mos apart, so when my son was born, I wanted a double stroller that would accept an infant seat. Based on that requirement, I purchased the Graco Quattro Tour Duo stroller, which worked wonderfully with the Graco infant seat. However, my son is now 9 mos old and almost done with his infant seat, and I’m finding that the size and weight of the Graco Duo just isn’t worth the effort anymore! I researched a lot of side by side strollers, and based on my 2 requirements…1) it fit through standard doorways, and 2) it had drink/snack trays for the kids….I selected the Combi. So far, it’s working wonderfully! Besides being nearly 20 lbs less than the Graco, it takes up 1/2 the space in the back of my Escape, and my son loves that he gets to sit right beside his sister. We got through all of the stores at the mall without any problems, including our tightly packed Gymboree store.

    My biggest complaint with it is that it does not have a parent tray, but none of the side by sides I researched that were in my price range had one. Not a huge deal, as I have found a caddy, but it’s just something else I need to buy. Also, the basket underneath is pretty small, but I’m willing to deal with it since it’s a more compact design overall. Great stroller!

  13. Dad of many on March 18th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I’m not sure this is the best stroller for the price. It turns easily with one hand (we have 2 year old twins)and it’s easy to fold. However there is 0 storage and it’s kind of bulky when collapsed. It doesn’t fit in the back of an Odyssey unless it’s standing up. The seats are a little flimsy and the belts don’t really hold the children in very well. My 2 year old got out of the belts easily even when they were tightened. It does come fully assembled in the box but barely fits through standard doorways and barely fits through check out lines. The shades are a joke. They are held on by velcroe…if you can find it. My girls pulled them off within the first 2 minutes and I had a hard time trying to get them back on.

  14. JS on March 24th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I love this stroller! We had a Graco Duoglider, which feels like a stretch limo compared to our Combi. It is so easy to manuvere and it’s so light and much easier for me to fold and pack away, it hardly takes up any space at all in our van. It fits through doorways with room to spare. My kids love being able to see each other and play. I love the cup/snack holders and the storage baskets. It has all of the conveniences of the Graco Duoglider, but it’s so much easier to manuvere, so much lighter, and smaller in size. I love it!!!

  15. yes on March 31st, 2009 at 12:00 am


  16. Stacey. working mom of 3 under 7. on April 4th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This product is exactly what I needed after my 2 1/2 year old twins outgrew their travel system. I had a stadium stroller that I loved when the twins were smaller but it was bulkly and heavy and wanted an everyday stroller to grab quickly and use with ease. I knew combi had quality products and this stroller fit the bill. It is easy to fold, lightweight, has a great updated look and is a breeze to push. I love it!. Only negative is the price, a bit pricey for a convience stroller at [$].

  17. Christy on April 16th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I love this stroller! It’s lightweight and fits into the trunk of our car along with the single stroller (they both fit at the same time!). I really like the fact that I can have my 19 month old in one seat and my newborn in his carseat in the other seat. The seats also fully recline so that if I don’t want to bring the carseat I can lay the seat back for the newborn. The only thing I had to get used to was how the stroller folds away and opens up but now it’s no problem. The basket is adequate and I bought an attachment so that I could have a cupholder. I would definately buy this stroller again!

  18. WonderTwinsmom on April 19th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    We purchased this stroller and within an hour we returned it. The seats are flimsy. The adjustable seat feature is a nice idea, but it’s cheaply done. IF your children move around, the whole seat moves with them. The visors are very flimsy.

    For the cost, it’s not worth it at all.

    It is very light weight, folded up it’s taller then my graco duo-glider but it is shorter, didn’t give me any more trunk space though.

    We’re going to go buy the Chico model now!

  19. mom of 2 - 2 years apart on April 19th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    My only complaint is the baskets under the seats. A little small but they will do!

  20. Gaby on May 4th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    It’s great because it’s really lightweight, and very easy to close and carry. The only thing it doesn’t have is a cup holder for an adult, but I purchased a belt and solved that problem. I would purchase it again.

  21. Susie Mom of 3 girls on May 6th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I purchased a Combi after having 3 girls in 18 months! It was perfect for our twins, and our eldest could help to push. I recommended it to a friend having their second, and they love it too! The only drawback was the lack of storage underneath, but I would purchase it again!

  22. Andrea on May 9th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    We were expecting the same week our older son turned two. I was insistent on a double stroller that could accomadate an infant seat. All but one of the “front/back” double strollers were way too long and we were told the shorter “front/back” stroller was a huge nuisance and not worth the trouble. The sales person was very helpful in answering my hour worth of questions and highly recommended this stroller. It looked nice enough and was much less expensive than the other side by side I had found online. We ended up deciding it was satisfactory but the buyers remorse slowly set in. We definitely got what we paid for. The stroller seemed rickety and we were pretty sure it would not last through our future children. If you didn’t need to use the infant seat it is probably a fine stroller.

    We never would have bought it if the coordinating infant seat* were available in stores (possibly why it is only available online). Once we attached it to the stroller we realized the narrow side by side was too good to be true. Our two year old had to lean to the side because the carseat took over some of the space on his side and both canopies could not be open at the same time. We ended up deciding to go with the expensive stroller I had researched because it seemed like it would last longer-and we love it.

    *There wasn’t anything wrong with the carseat and I would have kept it if we didn’t have already have the one from our first son.

  23. Alli on May 18th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I bought this for my twins (9 mos.old). It is light,easy to fold and open up with one hand and a baby in the other. It is manageable when running around doing errands. It is pretty narrow considering it is a side-by-side. I usually have no difficulties getting in and out of doorways and on small elevators. The downsides to the stroller: no cup holders for you or the kid and small storeage baskets on the bottom. Otherwise this is a must have! Very durable- we’ve checked it a few times for travel on planes, no issues! Love the green and get many compliments. Soooo light!

  24. Mommy of 2 little ones on May 20th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I searched and searched for a double stroller before deciding I wanted a side by side. This stroller works great for my 18 month old and 3 week old. I do not have the carseat that works with it…but the infant boot works great and she goes right to sleep in the stroller. I have no trouble getting through doorways with this stroller. My only complaints are that there is no cup holder for me, I wish the basket underneather was one big basket, and I wish the handle was cushioned a little. Overall a great stroller and my girls enjoy it.

  25. Melissa - Vertans Wife & Mama of 2 on May 26th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    We bought this stroller today and have already used it four times. Its a dream comes true for us. We had a bulky sit and stand and it was awful. My 3 month old daughter had to be in her car seat otherwise she fell out the straps wouldn’t hold her in and it didn’t recline enough.

    This stroller is PERFECT for her. She took two naps in it today and was completely comfortable. The ride was so smooth too. I went over rocks and she slept right through it. It turns really well too. Much better then our other stroller. Plus with our 17 month old son and 3 month old daughter in the stroller it still turned and handled great. I thought it would be hard to push with the two of them in it but its not. Again totally not like the sit and stand. I wish we would of bought this stroller first before we wasted $180 on the sit and stand.

    The cons to it is that my son likes to play with the guard rail and already figured out how to take it apart. Also the shades are wimpy but easily fixed with shade extenders ($15 at BRU). The basket is small and kind of hard to get into but its bigger then the one on the sit and stand and actually easier to get into then the sit and stand. So to us its great. We bought “the mommy hook” and hang the diaper bag off of two of them on the handle bar. I wish it had cup holders for adults and I wish that the kids cup holders were deeper.

    I love the little pockets on the back of the kids seats. Perfect for cell phones, keys, and a wallet. Nice for when running out with the kids and not wanting to take diaper bag!

  26. Tay Tay on May 26th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I am currently a mom of one soon to be two and received this stroller as a baby shower gift. I took it to the mall with my best friend who has a young infant and it worked perfect! It fit through door ways with no problems and manuevered very well. My only complaint as with others is that there is no cup holder for the parents and that the storage on the bottom is not as big as it could have been. Otherwise, my 15 month old son loved it, he fell asleep in the stroller the first time he was in it, and he doesnt like strollers at all! It has padded seats which makes it more comfortable for the kids and the fact that you can take the front bar/cup holder off for one or both seats is a really nice addition also. I would purchase it again.

  27. Legal Jen on May 31st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This double stroller was the perfect solution to which would have been a costly transition terminating a lease early from a small A4 into something bigger! The stroller folds down in half and then folds sideways in half!! It fits great in the trunk of the A4 while leaving tons of room for other items or groceries! (My single stroller Graco travel system would not even fit). Its trendy, lightweight yet sturdy and safe, tons of storage in baskets underneath and the girls love being side by side vs in a row like with other double strollers… purchase price is definitely worth the investment; it can be used for years starting newborn to 5+. And FYI:the Combi infant carrier is compatible with this double stroller meaning you can have your infant on the one side and toddler in the other. LOVE IT!!!!!!!

  28. fredad on June 11th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    As a parent of twins, we needed a twin stroller that would meet our needs. Had to be light weight and easy to maneuver in all environments. We found the Combi and thought it was the Holy Grail! We quickly put it on our baby registry.
    I will comment on the positive before the negative.
    It is very light weight and folds easily. But the clip that holds it closed will get fatigued after a few months and not hold it closed like when it was new.
    Pushing the twins is easy and effortless, but due to the design, it seems rickety. But it will hold.
    Under seat storage is OK for very small items, but there is a bar that runs underneath that restricts larger items.
    Now for the WARNINGS. The 5 point harness is a LOUSY design. The over the shoulder straps will NOT tighten up and have about 9inches of slack. This leaves too much wiggle room for the youngens and their arms can easily slide out.
    The clips that attach the shoulder straps to the waist belt somehow come uncliped and I find the shoulder strap completely detached! This will happen multiple times in a days outing. I make sure they are attached properly and cant see how they come undone other than with the huge amount of slack they get manipulated off. Keep in mind that my twins are 8 months old and CANNOT work a clip.
    I have called customer care and they seem clue less. I have sent them pictures and they want me to route the straps through the top and bottom to take up the slack. I said this is a design flaw and you want me to “Jerry Rig” the straps of my stroller? UNACCEPTABLE! The clips they didnt even give 2 cents about.
    BE WARNED and check for yourself.

  29. Mom of 2 on June 28th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I love this stroller. It meets my needs perfectly. I have a 2 year old and a 5 month old. It lays down enough for the baby to sleep and my daughter who normally wants to walk likes to ride in it too. It has 3 cup holders which is nice because alot of the other double stollers I looked at had none. I wish the storage underneath was bigger but, you can’t have it all. It is lightweight and folds up easily. I would recommend this to my friends.

  30. Jacktivities on July 6th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I love this stroller! I used for the first time today with my 18 month old and teeny 6 pound 2.5 week old and it worked great. I was able to adjust it to fit both babies. My son sat up and was very comfy while the baby reclined snuggly and securely next to him. Easy to unfold, push and steer. I like the cup holders up front for the kids just wish there was one for me. I also wish the shades were bigger, but I can buy a new one for about $20. The baskets are small but comperable to other strollers in this class meaning none of them have much room. I love the pockets on the back. Overall I found this super easy to use and made getting out of the house with 2babies easier! Oh and it fit through all the doors I went through even bedroom doors! Just watch out for those kiddos fingers!!

  31. mom of 4 on August 1st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    we love it. its so light weight, easy to fold up and we bring it every where. all 4 of my kids can go in it(not all together)and they range from 8 months to 6 years old. its cute and stylish too. its the 2nd one weve bought cause we worked the 1st one to the bone. I would continue to use this product.

  32. Mama Cass on August 3rd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I love this stroller. It’s light weight and folds so easy. It is a little rickity but for a unbrella stroller, what do you expect. Fits through door ways, although a little wide for some department store isles. I have even used my graco snugride carseat without the stroller attachment. Great stroller!!!

  33. The girls on August 5th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    My 2 year daughter loves riding beside her little sister. I love that this allows my girls to be side by side, so later on no one will be fighting over who gets to sit in front. I have had no problems fitting this stroller through a regular size door. I was also able to fit my infant carseat in one of the sits and it is a Graco not a combi. Works great. I wish the bottom basket was a bit bigger through and that the long bar could be removed from the basket to allow more storage space.

  34. Soon2BMomof2 on August 9th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    My husband and I have a 5 month old and are expecting another baby in 6 months. We had been looking for a double stroller that would be easy to use. I currently have a tandem double stroller for my daughter and my nephew whom I keep during the week. The tandem is hard to steer, huge and I have a very difficult time folding it. The combi is awesome. Easy to fold, light weight, easy to steer…and I am surprised to find it fits through almost all door ways. It is maybe an inch shy of fitting through my front door. I also love the cup holders which many other side by sides do not have. I also do wish there was a parent organizer but I can buy an attachment cup holder for myself.

    My only complaint is the basket. I wish it was bigger and one continuos basket. But I will just put my diaper bag strap over the handle and that will solve that problem. The basket is fine for small items.

    All in all I am very happy with our find and look forward to using it for many years.

  35. Mother of a 2yr old and 4mnth old on August 11th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I needed a double stroller that would fit in my A4 but not take up the entire trunk space, one that’s not too heavy and bulky, one with seats that recline (for infants and the occasional sleepy toddler), and one that’s easy to push around (whether in a mall or on the street). THIS WAS IT.
    I love how it has cup holders for the kids. My toddler enjoys eating his goldfish crackers on our walks. I wish it came with a cup holder for my ice coffee, but I’m dealing with it. The basket area is kind of tight, but what do you expect with a compact double stroller. I like to travel light anyway. I don’t understand people who have to take the whole world with them when they go out.
    I’ve had the stroller for about a month now so I can’t comment on how durable it is yet. I use it often and so far so good.
    I can’t say it’s the best stroller, but it’s the closest to what I’ve been looking for.

  36. Beni on August 20th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Love it. Lightweight,easy to fold and easy to open. Lovely to look at

  37. mom of two on August 22nd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I love the stroller- the best deal I could find in my price range. But be warned- more than one person told me that the Graco Snugride carseat fits in this stroller- it doesn’t. I now have to buy the Combi Infant Shuttle car seat to fit this stroller. Not the end of the world but if you’re planning on using another car seat in this stroller- check it out beforehand.

  38. smartmama on August 23rd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I researched several double strollers for a while. I have another full size stroller (A Graco double stroller). I needed one that is side to side and light weight. The Combi is PERFECT. Super easy o open and close and light. several people commented the storage. I will admit that its not big but still works for me. All the other accessories make up for it. The price is great. In addition to all that…its also really cute.

  39. BLANCA..MOTHER OF 2 BEAUTIFUL TWIN GIRLS on August 26th, 2009 at 12:00 am