Joovy Big Caboose Stand-On Tandem Triple Stroller Black Review

Joovy Big Caboose Stand-On Tandem Triple Stroller Black

$260.22($379.99 32% off )(96 customer reviews)

  • Front seats accommodate two children from 6 months to 40 pounds and 44″ tall Rear seat accommodates child up to 45 pounds
  • Two full size seats with two position recline
  • Made of deluxe rip stop nylon fabric
  • Patented rear stand on platform for third child
  • Includes two universal car seat adapters accepts most major brands

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Joovy Big Caboose Stand-On Tandem Triple Stroller Black Customer Reviews

Best of what’s out there (By Sunspot)

I have a 22 month old son and 2 six week old twins. I did a LOT of internet research, and this is the best of what’s out there for my needs.


Price is reasonable-lots of triple strollers are in the $800 and up range. This ones averages around $300.

Fits most infant carseat buckets and holds TWO of them…I haven’t found any other triple that will do this.

Easy to put together, fold up and change configuration as your needs change.

My toddler can either stand or sit on the tandem area.


It’s big! They give the dimensions…use them..measure it out to make sure it will fit in your vehicle. It does not fit in the back of my minivan, but it does fit in the middle with a seat folded down.

The seat for the toddler is NOT for a kid who needs plush comfort. It’s a small bench with a strap. It works out well for my kiddo, because he likes to alternate between standing and sitting, and he’s not fussy when it comes to being comfortable.

You need to have some muscles! The carriage is 35lbs w/o kids and buckets.

All in all, this suited my needs. I haven’t found anything out their better for the double infants + toddler combo!

Great triple for families (By C. Stubblefield)

I bought this stroller after much research and debate. I have owned my fair share of strollers and while this has some downsides, I think it is the best for the money. I have a 5, 4, 2 and newborn. With the baby in the front in carseat, I can put the 2 year old in back and have either the 4 or 5 sit. It is still easy to steer with all 3. It does take some “ummph” to turn when loaded, but that is understandable. If I put the baby in the back then theolder child has to stand, which is a problem, but who wants this stroller to be longer? I have a honda odyssey and it fits fine in my trunk, I don’t haveto put seats down. I do have to take off front tray and shade, but I had to do this with every double or triple I have owned. Takes like 5 sec to snap it back on. My husband loves this because the handle bar is tall (he is 6’2″) and we purchased the essentials organizer which is great to hold drinks etc. I like that I can reach down between the seats into the basket to get stuff out. The wheels roll very smoothly. I amvery happy with my purchase and every I see tells me how cool my stroller is…. the “limo” of strollers I have been told.

Great stroller for three! (By Lori)

I had to write a review because this stroller is one of the best things I have purchased in my five years as a mom. Like many others, I debated and debated about buying a triple stroller….I have three girls each 24 months apart so my oldest just turned four when the baby was born. She was old enough to walk, but often preferred to ride and since our days consist of trips to the zoo, mall, and occasional walks with the dog, I needed some way to easily contain them all. I read many of the reviews for this stroller and worried about its size and its manueverability. I shouldn’t have worried! It turns great! If people say they have problems turning it, they probably have one of the front wheel locks on. The stroller itself is relatively lightweight. I suppose it gets heavy when it has three children in it, but I don’t really notice, and I use this stroller on a daily basis. And as for its size, it fits fine in the back of my minivan…a Toyota Sienna…you just have to remove the brace for the infant car seat (takes two seconds) and maybe remove the visors (though I’ve it it with the visors on…no problem). It’s been 10 months or so since I purchased this, and I have not regretted it at all and sing its praises almost every day. I have never written an online review of a product, but this stroller is a lifesaver for a mom/caregiver with three or more kids so I just had to share.
P.S./ If you buy this, be prepared to get strange looks. It is long, and people sctually stop in their tracks to watch me pass by with my three beauties!

Best for the price range (By Sayward R. Blotter)

* Read before purchasing-its pretty long
I am a mother of a 33 lb almost 3 year old boy(this comes into account later) along with 4 month old twins. Before having my twins I did a lot of research on doubles and triple strollers. My husband and I debated getting just a double but were concerned about our son suddenly being thrust into ONLY walking and not having any options for him. I could not imagine trying to make him walk ALL the time so we decided we wanted a triple. We are not wealthy and twins make things even more expensive. Especially when you have already purchased baby items for 1 once before.If you are looking at this as an option then I am sure you already know how expensive double strollers let alone triple strollers can be. And the price jump is a pretty big gap. We didn’t have $800 to shell out on a triple stroller. No matter how amazing it was. The reviews for this stroller were decent so our family surprised us with it. We were pretty excited to get it, and got the car seat attachments with it.
There is no getting around that a triple stroller of any sort is going to be just plain awkward. This one in particular is very long and heavy.(think shopping cart long-my son even says “choo-choo” when we take it anywhere) The fold down is not compact in any way. We have an SUV and it takes up most of our trunk.The car seat attachments(along with all the other accessories) are clip in. Which is ANNOYING. They do not attach or detach fast or easily.There are belts that come around the car seat and clip and tighten to hold the car seat in. The set up and take down of this stroller is time consuming.
I am not sure if there is a weight limit on this or not. But there must be OR this is one more really annoying thing about this stroller.

Like I said at the beginning my son is about 33 lbs. He is not fat but definitely a solid toddler.With my son sitting/standing on the little seat provided for him along with the twins in their car seats this stroller is VERY heavy and does not maneuver well at ALL.Again, think of a heavy shopping cart. I am constantly having to back up and straighten out or lift the stroller completely to get in in the direction I want it to go. Or even walk to the front of the stroller and pull it from there.
And again back to my toddler-since his twin siblings are currently still in their car seats when we take it anywhere and that requires for both seats to be in full recline the space for him to sit down is tiny. He has to lean forward(if he is trying to sit) or lean back(when he is trying to stand there)I have tried to switch things up a bit in an effort to see how things would be if the stroller would do better with less weight. So I strapped one of the babies to me in a carrier,left one of the babies in their car seat on the stroller and put my toddler in the front seat. It was EVEN worse. The stroller would start to topple a bit from the weight in the front when going up steep bumps or driveways.My son also HATED sitting in it. It was not comfortable for him and he was constantly trying to readjust himself to get in a comfortable position. It was like he was too tall and too heavy for this stroller-but he was only 2 1/2-3 and is not breaking any records in any of those categories.
In a nut shell we ended up not being fans of this stroller which stinks because its still not cheap. We regret this purchase and wish we had gone with just a double instead.

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Graco FastAction Fold Jogger Click Connect Travel System, Fern Review

Graco FastAction Fold Jogger Click Connect Travel System, Fern

$269.99($319.99 16% off )(331 customer reviews)

  • Fast action fold jogger click connect jogging stroller accepts all graco click connect infant car seats
  • One-second, one hand fold has an automatic storage lock and is self-standing when folded
  • Air filled rubber tires offer suspension
  • This infant jogging stroller features locking front swivel wheel provides an easy transition from daily strolling
  • Snugride click connect 35 holds a baby up to 35 pounds. And is top rated by leading consumer publications
  • Fast action fold jogger click connect jogging stroller accepts all graco click connect infant car seats with a secure one-step attachment
  • One-second, one-hand fold has an automatic storage lock and is self-standing when folded
  • Air-filled rubber tires offer suspension
  • This infant jogging stroller features locking front swivel wheel provides an easy transition from daily strolling to jogging
  • Snugride click connect 35 holds a baby up to 35 pounds. And is top rated by leading consumer publications

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Graco FastAction Fold Jogger Click Connect Travel System, Fern Customer Reviews

Gives the BOB a run for its money! (By Austin Kish)

I am comparing the Graco FastAction Jogging Travel System vs. the BOB Revolution SE*
*I chose to compare against the BOB Revolution, as opposed to other the other BOB models, because we wanted the option of fixed wheel and swivel wheel.

I did a lot of research on the best jogging stroller and had narrowed it down to these two. We’re currently expecting our first child, and will update this review after we’ve met our little one, so this review is only based on research. I am a light jogger and my partner runs 30+ miles per week. As we are only purchasing one stroller, we wanted our main stroller to be a jogging stroller. We made our decision and purchased the Graco FastAction Jogger Travel System. While price wasn’t a huge factor, we do appreciate the overall value of the Graco system.

Dimensions: L: 40″, W: 24″, H: 42″
Folded Dimensions: L: 39″, W: 23.6″, H: 15.3″
Weight: 30lbs
Weight capacity: 50lbs
One-step folding

Dimensions (swivel mode): L: 46″ W: 25.5″ H: 40″
Folded Dimensions (swivel mode): L: 39″, W: 25.5″, H: 16″
Weight: 25lbs
Weight capacity: 70lbs (although most children will outgrow before reaching 70lbs)
Two-step folding

Why the Graco wins
We tested a few different strollers in store, and only looked at strollers with inflatable wheels, suspension, and specifically marked for jogging. I’m 5’8″ and my partner is 6’0″ and the Graco is a little more comfortable for us height-wise. If you are on the shorter side–say 5’4″ and under–and a heavy jogger, you may prefer the BOB. If you are 5’10” or over, I’d recommend the Graco. At 5’8″ I could go either way, but did find the Graco slightly more comfortable.

Of course, if you can go to your local Babies R Us and try out the models yourself, that’s best. The handlebar height is 40″ on the BOB and 42″ on the Graco. Neither are adjustable.

I liked the folding on the Graco better, as it’s easier to be folded with one hand. The kickstand on the stroller to stand up while folded is a nice touch.

Included accessories: The Graco includes the parent’s console–awesome, with the two rigid plastic cup holders, smartphone holder, and hidden compartment. Smartphones with 5in+ screens do not fit in the smartphone holder, but our iPhone 4s with rubber cases fit fine, and I’ve heard a naked iPhone 5 fits fine, while a case on an iPhone 5 may or may not work. But larger smartphones will fit in the hidden compartment. The child’s tray, and wheel reflectors are also included. All of these must be purchased separately with the BOB and the parent’s console is mesh on the BOB, which I didn’t like as it didn’t feel as sturdy. Additionally with the BOB, you have to buy the car seat adapter. And, the car seat!

I won’t do a long review of the car seat, but the quality is important to us, and we feel the quality is on par or better than if we were to have bought the car seat separately. Besides the high safety ratings, we like that it is light, rated to hold an infant 4-35lbs., rear-facing, included infant insert, and is LATCH compatible.

Durability: I think the Graco is on par with durability with the BOB. Both have a metal frame and look they they can take a beating and certainly make it through infant to toddler, and another child. Contrary to the positive reviews I’d read about BOB fabric and canopy materials, I wasn’t impressed, and felt the Graco fabric choices were higher quality. The BOB fabric looks like it will fade easily, and when looking at used BOBs on Craigslist, I noticed several noted a faded canopy.

Both strollers have the safety features of foot brake, wrist strap, and peakaboo window on top of canopy. Both canopy coverage was similar. Both strollers lack handle-bar brake.

Why the BOB wins
Suspension: The BOB does have better suspension, coil spring and elastomer core shock absorbers provide three inches of wheel travel. Adjustable shock release knobs allow for two shock positions to fine-tune suspension for varying occupants and cargo. This really made me lean towards the BOB at first, but we’re not really trail runners and all of our running is done on level pavement. While we plan to take the stroller onto trails and beaches, we didn’t think the suspension and shocks were as valuable there, given the other lacking features. But, if you are a trail runner or regularly run on uneven surfaces, this might make the BOB worth it.

Cost difference (online prices)
Graco system with carseat and attachments included: $300
BOB: $330 +carseat($150) +carseat attachment($55) +parent console($25) +child’s tray($25) +tire reflectors($5) = $590

The Graco stroller comes in the following colors: RoadRunner (black/gray), Chili Red, Piazza (green), Grapeade (purple), Tangerine (orange), and Tidalwave (teal)
All are black or gray based with the color accent acting as kind of a “racing stripe,” vroom!

Tip: For the carseat, if you do want the foot bootie (aka foot warmer or fabric boot) for your little one’s tootsies, you can go to Graco Baby’s website and find the SnugRide ClickConnect 35, find the color you like, get the product number of the item, and the fabric boot is available for purchase under the Replacement Parts section of the website for $13. Or you can call Graco and they’ll do the order over the phone. While I couldn’t find a bootie that matched the Chili Red, there is a bootie in black with white piping (called Lyric) that looks like a good match. Of course, color availability may change over time, so you might be better off making a phone call and asking.

Hope this helps with your purchase. Feel free to ask any questions about the Graco and I’ll try to answer them. We’re very pleased with our decision to get the Graco. Can’t wait to meet our little guy and put this sucker to use!

This wouldn’t be my top pick for a travel systemTOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE (By Karen in Mommyland)

I should start off by telling you that I’ve never met a travel system that I love. There’s always something about the set that I seriously dislike. My typical complaint is that the stroller is too heavy and bulky. In the case of this travel system the stroller weight is certainly a concern. Graco calls this a lightweight jogger weighing in at 30 pounds. 30 pounds is not lightweight, but we’re looking at a jogging stroller here so you can’t expect it to be a 16 pound stroller. So maybe for a jogging stroller this is, in fact, “light” but this isn’t a stroller that any mom of a newborn is going to want to be lifting in and out of the back of the minivan.

As far as putting the carseat and stroller together as a travel system, the two snap together with no issues. Releasing the carseat from the stroller is as simple as taking it out of the car seat base in your car. Just pull the red lever on the back of the seat and lift the seat upwards. It’s a breeze, but most travel systems (with the exception of the Britax B-Safe/B-Agile combo) are.

When looking at travel systems I like to look at the stroller and the carseat individually. So I’ll take a look at the car seat first and then I’ll talk about the jogging stroller.

The Snug Ride Click Connect 35 seat really impressed me. Two years ago when we were in the market for a new travel system I was very disappointed in the quality of the Graco Snug Ride infant carriers. We had used a Snug Ride with our two older children and we loved the seat. When it came time to buy a new one for our youngest I was unimpressed by the poor quality of the Graco seats. The handles were flimsy and the seat covers were thin and not as nicely padded as they used to be. So two years ago we chose Chicco over Graco.

It seems like Graco stepped up the quality over the past couple of years. The handle on this seat is just as nice as they used to be 11 years ago. In fact, I think the handle is just as nice and comfortable to carry as the Chicco Key Fit. The padding for the seat is good. It’s not as cushy as the Key Fit, but it’s comparable to the Britax B-Safe. The Graco seat has the added advantage of holding a child up to 35lbs. Our Key Fit is only for infants up to 22lbs and was outgrown a while ago. My 18 month old (20lbs 31 inches) fits in this Graco infant carrier with room to grow. So if you’re looking for a seat that will have some longevity, this one will work.

The seat is light. It weighs in at 7 ½ lbs which is significantly lighter than our Key Fit and B-Safe infant carriers. That makes a big difference in how long you can carry your child around in the seat. I wouldn’t want to have to carry my 18 month old around in this seat, but I was able to carry her when we tested it out.

Installing the base was relatively easy. It’s not as easy as installing the Chicco Key Fit base, but it’s a lot easier than fighting with the Britax B-Agile base which is a pain in the rear. My biggest complaint about the base for this seat is there is only one level indicator. If you are installing this seat on the driver’s side of the car you will not be able to see the level. I prefer to have a level indicator on both sides to eliminate any confusion. Britax and Chicco both have two level indicators on their car seat bases.

Overall, the infant carrier is decent and I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend it.

Now we can turn our focus to the jogging stroller. If you are unfamiliar with the nature of jogging strollers let me warn you that they’re big, they’re bulky and they’re heavy. This one at 30lbs is called “light weight” by the manufacturer. I have double strollers that weigh less than this. If you have a car with a small trunk, this stroller will probably take up the entire trunk provided that it fits. In the back of my minivan this stroller takes up a decent portion of the cargo area.

The stroller offers a smooth ride. There is plenty of room for you to run behind this stroller without having to worry that you’re going to kick the stroller as you run. The stroller has a nice parent tray. There are two cup holders, a storage compartment and a smartphone holder. My iPhone 4s fit nicely in the phone holder. It didn’t move at all while I took it out for a test drive.

The seat back has four fixed positions. The reclining mechanism is the kind that utilizes a squeeze lever to lower the seatback. I like this sort of recline far better than those horrible infinite reclining seatbacks. The upholstery on the seat is nicely padded. My daughter seemed very comfortable riding in the stroller. The harness was easy to adjust. My only complaint with the harness is the shoulder straps detach from the main belt a little too easily when you unbuckle the harness. I’d prefer it to stay together so I don’t have to piece it back together and then wrestle my toddler into the harness.

The child tray for the stroller is one that will swing out of the way for easy loading. You can open the tray from either side. The tray offers two cup holders and a snack area to keep little ones happy.

The brakes for the stroller are easy to engage and disengage. The stroller has a brake for each of the rear wheels. I’d actually prefer to see a single brake for this stroller.

The stroller has what they call a one second fold. You simply pull the pull strap that is located on the seat and the stroller will fold up. I found that I had to manipulate the stroller a bit to get it to latch, which I found annoying. The folding mechanism is similar to that of the Britax B-Agile and that stroller latches once folded with no issues. I am a bit concerned about the seeming lack of a safety for the folding mechanism. There’s no button to push before you pull the strap. (On the Britax B-Agile you push a little button on the side and then pull the strap to fold it. I suspect that this prevents an accidental folding.) So I do wonder if it’s possible for the stroller to fold if a curious child were to pull the strap while in the stroller. Because of the weight, and the difficulty I experienced in getting the stroller to latch shut, I don’t folding this while holding a baby is a reasonable expectation.

The stroller is decent, but I’d caution parents to consider whether they really “need” a jogging stroller travel system. If you’re hoping for this to be your only stroller, then you may want to look for something more compact. If, however, you see yourself doing more jogging than say shopping, then this might be the travel system for you. Just bear in mind that this stroller is huge. It feels like a chariot. As a jogging stroller along (not part of the travel system), I would highly recommend the stroller.

Overall, I’d recommend each of the pieces in this travel system, but it wouldn’t be my top pick for a travel system.

Flexible system. Smooth but heavy stroller, chintzy hardware on seat (By Cupcake)

This was my first jogging stroller and my first infant seat. I’d really give this more of a 3.5, but it’s not really up to 4 stars.

Overall: I’d give the look 5 stars. I really like the color and fabric. Not babyish at all, and gender neutral. As a system, it’s flexible and handy, though I wouldn’t want to haul that stroller anywhere–it would take up the whole trunk/hatchback of any compact car.

Seat cons:
-Cheap hardware. Given that my primary seat (Combi Zeus 360) is a fancy pricy seat, I don’t expect this one to be as good, but I was disappointed with the quality of the hardware. The chest latch seemed more appropriate for a bouncer, and the lap latch seemed more like a carnival ride latch than a proper seat belt. Babies are light, so I’m sure they’ll be fine, but I’d feel far more secure with better latches.
-Questionable upper-end capacity. Although the seat is rated to 35 pounds, the manual says the baby’s head should be at least 1 inch below the top of the seat. Based on my short 18-pound baby, I wouldn’t expect the useful life of this seat to be anywhere near 35 pounds. My combo seat is rated for 40 or 45 and is much taller, more realistic. Obviously you don’t want a giant infant seat, but calling it a 35-lb capacity seems a bit disingenuous.
-Clumsy handle/canopy interaction: The handle and canopy kind of catch on each other (so you probably wouldn’t want to adjust either with a sleeping baby), they’re both nice enough.

Seat pros:
-Fast, easy installation. Very easy to install with latch system, looks like seat belt would be just as simple, making this a good option for traveling (if we take it with on vacation, I’ll revise).

Never having installed a seat before and unfamiliar with my car’s latch system (my partner installed the other seat, which doesn’t have a removable base, making it more of a PITA), it only took a few minutes for me to read the section on installation and install the thing securely.
-Easily Portable. It clicks in and out of the base easily.
-Flexible size. Not the fanciest infant insert, but between it and the various slots, there’s a lot of room to start tiny and grow. Adjusting the sizing is easy, pretty much the same as my other seat, so probably universal.
-Works with other Graco Click Connect gear (mostly other strollers/bases, but there’s also a swing)

Stroller cons:
-Heavy. From what I understand, that’s just the nature of joggers, but still.
-Bulky. See above.
-“One-hand” folding is clumsy. While you can fold it with one hand, it doesn’t readily lock into the folder position without some fiddling/jiggling. I wouldn’t want to try folding it while holding a baby. Folding with the tray in place is a bit weird as well.
-Saggy canopy. The canopy does not lock in the fully extended position, it just kind of slides around there, only locking in the next position down, so it’s never nice and taut. Besides looking sloppy, it’s this is annoying because the canopy is therefore saggy and doesn’t provide maximum shade.

Stroller pros:
-Smooth ride! This baby handles beautifully. I’d give it 5 stars for the ride. I live in the sticks and it does very well on gravel and grass, even in my moon crater lumpy yard. Zero-turn navigation is great with a bulky item like this.
-Ample storage. Parent and baby trays have 2 cup holders each. Parent tray holds an iphone and has a covered spot that’s nice for keys. Basket underneath is roomy. I can use it for a light mail run or grocery run.
-Removable cup holders for easy cleaning. They’re not easy to remove, which is a good thing.
-Peekaboo mesh vent in canopy, which can be closed for weather
-5-point harness. Nothing fancy, but perfectly serviceable.
-Flexible range. With the car seat, this would hold a teeny tiny baby; without, a small child.
-Baby seat clicks in/out easily. Baby faces you in the baby seat
-Full canopy coverage with baby seat. With both canopies extended, the whole baby is covered, which would be great for naps or sudden showers.

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Joovy Too Qool Double Tandem Stroller, Purpleness Review

Joovy Too Qool Double Tandem Stroller, Purpleness

$606.99($799.99 24% off )(5 customer reviews)

  • Anodized aluminum frame
  • Adjustable front seat can face forward or reversed
  • Leatherette wrapped and stitched handlebar and bumper bar
  • Cantilever 4-wheel suspension system
  • Removable and washable seat pad insert

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Joovy Too Qool Double Tandem Stroller, Purpleness Customer Reviews

Great Double Stroller (By BrianneM)

I have three children, and this stroller is perfect for all three. My oldest (5) rides the board, while my two girls 2 and 1 sit in the seats. I love the fact that both seats recline, something you do not find much on a double stroller, and there is room for storage underneath. The vanilla color is super luxe looking with the black frame!

Luxury double stroller (By Ruthy A. Googins)

I’m in love with this double stroller…I wish I had known about it when I was pregnant with my first, because you can use this stroller as a double or a single! There are lots of other things about this double stroller that I love, including 10 beautiful colors to choose from. Obviously with two girls hot pink was the best choice for us! The seats are super high quality; they have a soft neoprene insert which is washable…all moms know ‘washable’ is a must with young kiddos. A simple thing that I appreciate as a taller woman is the handle bar (which is covered in a hand stitched leatherette), is adjustable to 3 different positions to accommodate your height. And a few other great touches include the seat and foot rests which also adjust to different positions so you can make sure your kids are perfectly comfortable.

The storage space underneath the stroller is maximized if you use the stroller as a single or if you still have a kid whose legs don’t go beyond the leg rest of the bottom seat. If your toddler uses the bottom seat then your space is obviously reduced. You still have plenty of room to stuff jackets and blankets, but definitely not enough room to store your diaper bag (unless you have a small one). But I’ve always hung my diaper bag on the handle of the stroller for easy access anyway.

To store the stroller you can remove both seats for the most compact fold, or you can remove just the rear seat and fold it with the front seat still attached. It took me a little bit of practice to fold it at first, but now it’s like second nature. It takes up the same amount of space in my trunk as my single jogging stroller which is pretty impressive in my book.

The Cadillac of Double Strollers (By Second-time Mama)

I received this stroller from Joovy for this review, but all opinions are my own.

The Joovy TooQool is the Cadillac of double strollers. It’s sleek, slim, and functional. I love that it can be configured to a single stroller as well as a double stroller. Depending on your preference (and activity for the day) this stroller can accommodate 1 seat, 2 seats, 1 infant car seat and 1 seat, or an infant car seat alone. We have a Britax B-Safe car seat (not included) and the adapter that works with this stroller works flawlessly.

This stroller is very easy to maneuver and fairly compact for a double. When folded, it fits easily into the trunk of an SUV, but note that it is a tight fit in the trunk of a sedan. Due to the price, I do wish this stroller came with a cup holder/tray for the child and a parent organizer for handle storage (although both can be purchased separately).

We use the TooQool every time we’re out and about – shopping, the park, walks around the neighborhood. Because this double is front-and-back not side-by-side, it maneuvers easily through doors and in and out of dressing rooms and bathroom stalls.

I would HIGHLY recommend this double stroller to moms and dads with young children. I honestly had no idea what I was missing until I laid my hands on this double stroller!

You will be too cool with your new “Too Qool!” (By StrollerQueen)

Want a compact single to double stroller that you can push with two fingers, fully loaded? One that’s reversible, looks like a million bucks, and will last throughout your strolling years? Then look no further than the Joovy Too Qool! It’s so fun to push that you will find yourself thinking of things you need to do, just so you can get out and use it! It is as elegant as it is practical. For example, let’s say you drop your older child off at pre-school in the morning, but don’t want to be stuck with an empty seat. Just pop it off and voila! You have a single stroller. Or let’s say your friend drops by with her baby, and you want to walk to the park. Pop the second seat on and voila! it’s a double stroller! So the second seat is indispensable when you have a second rider, even if only occasionally. The Joovy Too Qool is also customizable. You can choose either a graphite or silver frame, and then, there are TEN different color choices! You can pick Blueberry, Apple, Purpleness, Jade, Spice, black, Avocado, Charcoal, my second fave, hot pink, or this gorgeous Vanilla that you see here. By the way, don’t be intimidated by the color. My puppy jumped on mine with muddy paws. My heart dropped, but I grabbed a wet washcloth, and the dirt wiped right off! But you can also remove the seat covers and throw them in the washing machine if they get really dirty. Both the handle and bumper bar are made of a soft stitched leatherette, like a steering wheel on a car. And they both adjust up and down. There is also an adjustable legrest. Both the front AND the rear seat recline. The canopy unzips for more coverage from the sun, and there’s a peekaboo window to check on your little one. Or you can just reverse the main seat, so you can see that cute little face the whole time you’re strolling.

The ride on the Too Qool is remarkably smooth. It has a four-wheel, cantilevered suspension system with sealed bearing wheels. This technology really makes a difference in performance. I like the fact that you can fold it with the seat facing forward or rear. You have to pop the second seat off, but it’s fast and simple. The wheels pop off easily, too, in case you need to rinse off some mud or slush. The basket is also a good size,and it’s easy to get things in and out. Everyone I have personally recommended this stroller to has been very happy with it. If you want to see pictures or read more, go to

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RECARO Performance Denali Stroller, Fern Review

RECARO Performance Denali Stroller, Fern

$219.99($279.99 21% off )(26 customer reviews)

  • One hand, quick fold for easy and convenient storage when you’re on the go
  • 2-in-1 removable child’s tray and Performance Coupe infant seat adapter (included)
  • 4-wheel suspension for a smooth ride across all terrains
  • Extra-large, multi-position canopy with UV SPF +50 protection and a water repellent coating
  • Over-sized, easy access storage basket and parent cup holder with elastic mesh pocket (included)

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RECARO Performance Denali Stroller, Fern Customer Reviews

Nice compromise between 3 and 4 wheeled strollersVINE VOICE (By Ardeal)

Considering we are at our 3rd kid and we have quite a few friends with young children, I’ve often thought about what the perfect stroller would be. Of course, it has to be light, easy to fold and open, and a good balance. When it comes to ease of turns, no other stroller performed better than the Baby Jogger City Mini GT Single Stroller, which has 3 wheels. I would consider this Recaro stroller to be a nice compromise between the ease of turning of the 3 wheel strollers, and the 4 wheeled strollers. The front wheels are closer than the rear 2 wheels, and they are very easy to turn. One advantage of this stroller over the 3 wheeled strollers is the increased stability – we never had to worry about my 2 1/2 year old turning this one over, like with 3 wheeled strollers. My wife likes the large storage bag at the bottom, which is a great asset when shopping. Overall, this is indeed a well built and performance oriented stroller. I would hot recommend it for jogging, but it’s great and sturdy for everything else we need it for.

This Stroller Is The Only One You’ll NeedTOP 1000 REVIEWER (By AuburnTygr)

I am finding out that when our children grow up and have those “Grand”kids, and they are GRAND, us Grandparents need just as much baby gear as the new parents if we play an active part in their life. I had just purchased The First Years Ignite Stroller for weekend and days out with my 4 year old grandson when I was offered this stroller to review. I have used both of them and can say with certainty if you want a stroller that you can use from birth until they get too big for a stroller, this Recaro Stroller is all you’ll need.

This is a surprisingly sturdy yet lightweight stroller. It feels like it weighs less than my The First Years Ignite Stroller and the Recaro is much easier to fold and carry.

The handle bar is covered with a soft foam. Measuring from floor to handle is 41″. I am 5’7″ and this is a comfortable height for me. My Ignite umbrella stroller is the same height.

You can use it as an infant stroller by using the recommended Recaro infant car seat. I was able to get my Graco Quick Connect car seat to click in place. I’m not sure if this is recommended by the manufacture but if it works…..and it worked for me.

This stroller comes with everything you will need, completely assembled except for the rear wheels. They were very easy to snap in place. The storage basket underneath is much larger than I expected. It can hold a lot of baby gear and/or purse, shopping bags, etc.

A snack tray is included for toddlers and an insulated drink holder is included that can clip onto the stroller handles for Mom or Dad. The fabric and materials appear to be high quality.

The seat is adjusted from behind. The straps are held in place by a plastic mechanism that you pull the straps through to raise the back or push a button to release and allow the seat to almost lay flat. This is so much easier than the strollers my kids grew up in.
Each of the straps have a soft padded covering to keep from irritating your toddlers shoulders much like car seat strap covers.

Finally, when putting the stroller away, the manufactures claims of one hand closing is true. A lever located in the center of the handle bar is pushed to the right while holding down on a large handle and the stroller begins to fold.

This stroller is well worth the asking price. Like a luxury car, it comes fully loaded.

Simply fantastic (By t hahn)

The recaro denali is a sleek stroller featuring rubber wheels, suspension, 5pt harness, fold away childs tray!

The seat dimensions are:
Width 14.5"
Depth 9.5"
Height 18"
And height to canopy at 21"

The seat height isnt nearly as tall as the babyjoggers at 20-21" yet pushes like a dream and handles very well.

Watch out babyjogger Recaro is upping the bid!

So we went for the Denali (looks like it was built by Britax) (By Wheelgarage)

We have four children and this is now our fifth or sixth stroller. All our past children have used very high strollers, which have cost around $1000 each. In comparison to those high end strollers, the Recaro Denali seems to be a compromise between high and low end. Since our kids have used the Recaro car seats since inception, it would seem logical to try out the stroller. We did try to find the euro version, but it will not work with the US version baby carrier. So we went for the Denali (looks like it was built by Britax), even thou we new the lower price would reflect the build quality. We were right, the engineering is well thought, but the materials of the frame are in line with the off the shelf strollers. One main complaint is the frame stability, it can rock side to side due to the low quality plastic main hinge. If they used stronger plastic with metal guides, this would solve this problem. An adult cup holder comes with the kit, which is normally an extra accessory to buy, nice touch. The bottom storage are is one of the best designs to date, a big plus. Since we are using the Recaro carrier, we cannot make a full assessment of the seating area. But, from first hand review, it is well designed and materials are typical Recaro. The tray that is attached, has a good area snack tray and cup holder. And when the stroller is folded for storage, the tray nicely folds in line. In regards to folding for storage, it collapses with ease thanks to the lock/release mechanism on the handle.

So the main question, it is right for you….

If you want the amenities at a low price, then yes, buy it. If you want top quality, look else where. In direct comparison to our last stroller, the bugaboo, Recaro is not yet there. We do regret not going for the Vista kit. But it’s a Recaro….I’ve lived with their performance car seats (children and automobile seats) almost forever, I had to give it a chance.

Disappointing… randomly folds, frame too flexible. (By M3)

While this stroller looks great, and has some awesome features, the construction was simply not up to par. I really loved the fold down tray design, and the easy to access lower basket. The folding works well, but unfortunately the unit we got would randomly fold on the right side while we were using it. I couldn’t make it do it with force, but just walking along it would just release on its own ever few minutes. Not cool. Overall, the frame didn’t feel very sturdy, and there was a lot of flex in it when you were maneuvering around. I had a britax b-agile previously, which was MUCH sturdier, and lighter. I really love my Recaro car seat, and hope they improve their strollers. We’re gonna try the Citi-Lite next (the B-agile has some visibility issues for my son).

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Disney Saunter Luxe Travel System, Sweet Silhouettes Review

Disney Saunter Luxe Travel System, Sweet Silhouettes

$149.40($265.99 44% off )(44 customer reviews)

  • Infant car seat holds child from 4 to 22 pounds, No extra parts, quick click attachment method, Stroller holds child up to 50 pounds, Deluxe infant head support, Best fitting harness design for preemies (4 pounds)

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Disney Saunter Luxe Travel System, Sweet Silhouettes Customer Reviews

Great stroller and car seat combo (By dnt)

The stroller arrived at the date estimated and I opened the box and had put it together in fifteen minutes, the instructions were simple and easy to follow. It is light and very easy to fold using one hand. Once folded the stroller stands on its own and is easy to move. The car seat inside the stroller feels very secure but at the same time it’s easy to release it. Once the base of the car seat is secured in the car it’s very easy to put the baby inside the car and easy to release it when taking the baby out of the car.
the stroller looks great and rides smoothly.

EXTREMELY UNSAFE! (By Patricia Hurdle)

When I tried installing the car seat the entire back of the car seat was not secured. It easily flipped up all the way to the back of the seat of the car and would be extremely dangerous if it were in an accident. I even took it to the fire department and they told me to return it and get a better one because it is extremely unsafe. It does not latch onto the base in the back at all. I would not recommend this product to anyone! I’m seriously surprised that this has not been recalled!

Good but not for long! (By Angelina Muniz)

I am a huge Alice in wonderland so when I came across this set I was ecstatic!! It’s overall appearance is perfection! the ease of of latching on the set to the stroller and opening and closing stroller is easy. The downfalls are black gets hot fast obviously! But my biggest complaint is my daughter is 5 1/2 months and I have it adjusted to the largest settings ! Forget it if she is wearing anything bulky Its bottom clasp also has 2 parts that have to overlap and then be pushed in which is not easy when you got a wiggly baby and you don’t want to pinch thighs.. I will probably have to buy another infant seat in the next few weeks = (

so pretty (By Maria)

this stroller is lovely. its comfy, pretty, light weight, and easy to assemble. its just right for a beautiful princess….

Well Constructed set. (By TeleNetworks Systems)

Everyone in family are happy with this purchase. Recommend to anyone as we found absolutely no problem and the price overall is great value!

Baby shower gift (By Dollye Cura)

I bought this as a baby shower gift and my friend cried when I gave it to her, she loves it and can’t wait to use it for her new bundle of joy.

Beautiful carseat and stroller:) (By Nicole Ungaro)

I absolutely love this carseat and stroller. It’s just perfect for my daughter. I love how easily it is to stroll.

Great Purchase of a Stroller and Car Seat Travel System (By slstevens)

This was very easy to put together. Everything snapped in place. Love the color, look, and functionality. It was very easy to open and close the stroller. The car seat snaps into the stroller very easily. The stroller can be used without the car seat nicely. The stroller has a nice storage area for a diaper bag, purse, etc. There’s a parents tray. The stroller has a peek-a-boo window, so you can see the baby/child. The car seat mounts easily in the car. This was a great gift for our nephew and niece who’s having twins. The overall cost was cheaper than all the big box baby stores and "favorite" websites. We would recommend this to any parent with a newborn or expecting.

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Joovy Too Qool Silver Double Tandem Stroller, Avocado Review

Joovy Too Qool Silver Double Tandem Stroller, Avocado

$548.99($799.99 31% off )(8 customer reviews)

  • Anodized aluminum frame
  • Adjustable front seat can face forward or reversed
  • Leatherette wrapped and stitched handlebar and bumper bar
  • Cantilever 4-wheel suspension system
  • Removable and washable seat pad insert

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Joovy Too Qool Silver Double Tandem Stroller, Avocado Customer Reviews

Short Seats + Poor Canopy Design = Dealbreaker (By Nicole R Pacini)

I ordered this without trying it in store based on the decent reviews out there on blogs, etc. However, a few design errors were deal breakers for me and had to send it back for the following reasons:

– Short Seat Height. I ordered this rather than the BabyJogger City Select because it has a 55 lb weight limit per seat to appease my 4 yr old occasional rider when we do long walks or trips to the zoo. However, they should list the height constraints of their seats too. My 16 months head (32") is already nearing the top of the seat. My daughters head (41" tall") rests on the frame of the seat already which leads me to my next complaint.

– Poor canopy design. They come straight off the seat frame, unlike others which angle upwards and give the child 4-6 more inches of play. The result is that my daughter couldn’t even use her canopy and my son likely would have the canopy touching his head by the time he turns 2.

– The stroller itself seemed well made and the seat materials seem comfortable. But for the price, I was hoping for a stroller that offered seats that could last us for years. The high seat capacity seems
irrelevant if my 25 lb 16 month old is likely to outgrow the seat before the age of two.

Great, but… (By Irina)

I bought this from BuyBuyBaby and I loved the soft insert and the quality of fabric. I also loved the overall quality of this stroller, but there are few things that I would like to see changed: I wish the 2nd seat would be placed on the front wheels (like City Select), not on the back wheels, that way both children could see around and both seats could fully recline. Also, the space inside the basket is lost due to the placement of the 2nd seat.Also, it seems that the skating board will only work with one of the seats on and won’t work with both, as there will be not enough space due to the placement of the 2nd seat.

I wish there would be an option to buy one seat and later add the 2nd seat.
Peekaboo window should be larger, and the stroller fabric should have SPF 50 (I’m not sure if it does).

I really loved the quality and color of fabric and I think the stroller would be great for just one child, but will not be that great for two kids because of the placement of the 2nd seat.

Fabulous Double Stroller (By Nathan Pitzel)

I love to try out the latest gear and we are having our second, so I got this stroller when it first came out in December 2013.

It is a great looking stroller, very sleek and high-end. Joovy is known for it’s thick and gorgeous fabrics, and this stroller is no exception. It actually has super soft memory foam lining the seat, which I have never seen on a stroller before. The bumper bars and the handlebar are both leather-trimmed, making it feel great in your hands and easy to push. The colors the stroller come in are very bright and punchy without being obnoxiously loud. The only thing I wish they would allow is for parents to mix up the seat colors, say a blue front seat and a pink rear seat.

We chose the teal color, and it is absolutely beautiful, a blue/green color that is perfect for our son and daughter.

The design of the stroller is very European, as they very little space in their apartments, so strollers are meant to fold up as small as possible. This is great if you are short on space or just don’t want a gi-normous double stroller, because some are HUGE. The seats are European-inspired bucket-like seats that fold up very small, which is another feature I love so if you are only using it as a single, the second seat don’t be taking up a ton of space.

We built the stroller in just a few minutes, it was very self-explanatory except for the second seat, which I usually find to be the most challenging part. This one just requires you to insert two pieces and you easily attach the second seat.

The basket is huge and has a flat back, which I love, because you can pack it with groceries, even take it to Costco without getting a cart!

Steering / The Push
This stroller is very light and kind of glides forward on its own. We have not yet used it with a larger second child so it is hard to say how it will maneuver with that weight, however it seems to be well-designed as a double. It is definitely a one-handed push stroller which is very important so you can open doors, carry a drink, reach for a bottle, etc.

The handlebar has several positions, but is not telescoping. It should work for most taller parents but you may want to check it out just in case. It works well for everyone who has tried it so far.

Joovy mentions that it will be compatible with several infant car seats and will soon feature a bassinet. I LOVE prams, so this will be really great.

Overall – great stroller. Excited to try it with the accessories coming out soon!

Great Tandem Stroller! (By Janessa)

The Joovy Too Qool is Joovy’s latest double stroller that was built with luxury and style in mind. Like its single stroller sibling the Qool, the Too Qool is a revolutionary new stroller that is the culmination of first class engineering and upscale design.

Too Qool seats come in ten colors and boy was it hard to chose which color seats we’d like. I honestly debated for an hour before finally settling on the gorgeous Jade color. The Too Qool seats are placed on a lightweight aluminum frame that is available silver or graphite: I went with graphite. When the Too Qool arrived, I couldn’t wait to set it up and start strolling.

Set-up was pretty straightforward. It took me about 20 minutes to get everything unpacked and assembled. I had a hard time getting the mudguards attached to the rear wheel and ended up needing my husband’s muscles for that part, but everything else was pretty easy.

I’ll start with the frame and wheels, then work up. As I mentioned earlier, with the Too Qool you have your choice between a silver or anodized graphite frame. The frame is made from lightweight aluminum, to keep the weight down, while still giving you a stylish, modern look and the strength and stability you’d need for a double stroller. The wheels can easily be released from the stroller frame, if needed, for travel and/or storage. The Too Qool is also equipped with Joovy’s new cantilevered suspension system and sealed bearing wheels, to ensure that your children will have a smooth and comfortable ride and that handling will be smooth and effortless as you stroll. If you will be traveling on rocky or rough terrain, you can also easily lock the front wheels by pushing a button located above each front wheel. Another push and they are free to swivel again.

Setting the (linked) brakes on the Too Qool couldn’t be easier. Just push down on the brake lever (located behind the right wheel) to engage, then release it by pulling up on the break lever.

The Too Qool is an extremely versatile stroller. The rear seat can be completely removed to convert the Too Qool from a double to single stroller in seconds. Parents and caregivers can also position the seats on the Too Qool in many different configurations to best accommodate their children and needs. Seat positions include:

1 backward (or parent) facing seat at the top for a single rider
1 forward facing seat at the top for a single rider
1 forward facing seat at the bottom for a single rider
1 forward facing seat at the top, 1 forward facing seat on the bottom
1 backward (or parent) facing seat at the top, 1 forward facing seat on the bottom

Reversing the top seat can be done in one easy step. There are handles on both sides of the seat. Just squeeze, lift, turn, and snap into place again (make sure you do this when your child is not in the seat).

To insert the bottom seat, you will first need to remove the bracket cover and install the rear seat brackets in their place. When the bottom seat is not in use, you’ll want to remove the rear seat brackets and reattach the bracket cover to prevent dirt from accumulating in the slot. This is easy and can be done in seconds.

The colors are modern and vibrant. I LOVE this about Joovy products! To keep your child comfy on their stroll, each seat includes a super soft neoprene seat insert that is machine washable (thank God for that, right?!). Both seats feature an adjustable footrest and 5-point safety harness with matching shoulder/drool pads. The Joovy Too Qool also comes with an adjustable, removable bumper bar for the front seat, which is covered in stylish leatherette.

Each seat features an extremely easy recline; simply pull the lever at the back of the seat to reach the desired angle. The front seat reclines a little further than the back seat. Each seat also features it’s own canopy with peak-through window (secured by Velcro). The front canopy has a zipper extension that, when utilized, provides quite a bit of shade. The back canopy is much shorter, however if that canopy is open and the front seat is fully reclined, there is no need for a larger canopy. The picture below not only shows the recline for each seat, but also shows each seat with the canopy fully extended and retracted.

To keep YOU comfy, the Too Qool is equipped with an adjustable handlebar, also covered in luxurious leatherette. A generous-size storage basket is located at the bottom of this stroller. When a child is seated in the bottom seat, your basket space will be limited as their feet go in that basket. It can be accessed easily from the front by lifting the foot rest on the front seat. Lowering the footrest on the front seat is also a great way to make sure everything stays in the basket where it belongs.

When it’s time to fold your stroller, you have two options. For the most compact fold, you’ll want to remove both front and back seat. You can also fold this seat with the front seat still attached (facing forward or backward) however you must always remove the back seat. I generally fold mine leaving the front seat attached.

I have had the opportunity to give this stroller 2 real world testing scenarios so far: shopping at our local mall and a trip to the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History in Washington DC.

People ask me — What about the child in the back? How well do they see? How do they feel about it? Is it safe? Etc.
My daughter (who is 4) generally rides in the back seat when both of my kids are in this stroller. She gets the back seat for a number of reasons:
-Her younger brother (2) acts terrified to sit in the back. I think he’s afraid the front seat will fall on him.
-She is old enough to understand how to ride in the stroller properly (not kicking her brother’s seat, not pulling his straps, not putting her fingers by the wheel and/or ground).
-Her younger brother is more apt to fall asleep while we are out and the top seat reclines further.
-She is able to climb into the seat unassisted. It is a little bit harder to place a child into that back seat and strap them in.

While shopping at the mall, I made both of my children stay in the stroller for most of the time. My 4 year old daughter did not complain about her view being disrupted or about any other issues. She was as happy as any 4 year old forced to ride in the stroller can be.

During our trip to the Natural History Museum, both of my children were in and out of the stroller. Many of the exhibits are hands-on, while others were just easier to see from a standing position. We had 6 adults on this trip and 2 children, so allowing them both the freedom to move around (with an adult holding a hand) was easy to accomplish. There were times when the stroller had 1, both, or neither child in it. When seats were empty, the worked great for holding all the gear! The seats must be comfy however, because there were times when my son would request to be put back into the stroller and both of my children ended up sleeping in the stroller at one time or another.

My son fell asleep in the front seat while we were at the museum. We had it completely reclined and my daughter was able to climb into the back seat still just fine (we did recline her seat for her as well, to give her additional room). She then proceeded to fall asleep herself back there and the recline of the seat seemed to be sufficient for her.

I asked my daughter for her feelings on the front vs. back seat. She clearly prefers the front, but said that she liked riding on the “bottom” too. Even though she may have a seat in front of her, she was certainly able to see from the sides of the seat pretty well.

How does it fit in a trunk?
First, I should say that I drive a minivan and my husband drives a tiny Ford pickup truck. This stroller would not fit in the far back of my van with the front seat attached. It might with the seat removed, but it would be a tight fit. Our minivan has a bench in the back row and 2 captains chairs in the middle row. I recently had my husband remove one of the middle captain’s chair seats so I could put both of my children in the van, shut the door, and then get them into their car seats with plenty of room (we have one car seat in the middle and one car seat in the far back now). This setup is working SO well for us and there is more than enough room for this stroller and other gear in the spot where we took out the captain’s chair. If you have a sedan or SUV, I don’t see any reason why it wouldn’t fit into your trunk.

In a perfect world, it would be great if you could collapse it with both seats attached, but I can also see how that would be really hard considering the design of this seat. The only time I can really see this being an issue is for someone who would take this stroller to a place like Disney World where you would be riding on a shuttle and need to close the stroller (we left ours open on the metro). It would be hard for 2 parents to hold onto two small children, plus a stroller that was collapsed with an extra seat detached. It would be nearly impossible for 1 parent to handle that!

How does it handle?
This stroller handles like a DREAM! We took it on the metro in DC, on the sidewalks, through the grass and gravel at the DC “mall” and through the museum and our mall. At one point, I watched a mom struggle to get her Graco stroller onto the metro train. She had to lift up the front wheels to get it on. I was next with the Too Qool and it went right onto the train without any hesitation or trouble. You can steer this stroller with one hand very easily, in fact I did many times. It glides effortlessly. My father in law, who took his turns pushing the stroller while we were at the museum even remarked that it was far easier to push and steer than even the tiny cheap umbrella strollers. He was impressed and so am I!

Other helpful tips I’ve learned
When you have two children in this stroller, your basket space is going to be limited. You can (and we did) put some things in the basket (for example, blankets and coats when we went to DC) but if you don’t want little feet to kick your diaper bag, you will either want a diaper bag that can strap directly to the handle or invest a few dollars in a “Mommy Hook.” I bought mine for $6 at Walmart and it’s a life saver!

This stroller also does not come with a cup holder. You can also purchase this as an accessory from Joovy, and I’d highly encourage you to do so. If you are out for a busy, long day, you’ll need a cup holder!

I like to always have a side-by-side stroller and a tandem or in-line stroller at my disposal. There are occasions when having a side-by-side stroller is my preference, while other times I prefer a stroller that is not going to take up as much room. For trips to the mall, a side-by-side stroller can be a nightmare. I was also SO happy we didn’t take a side-by-side stroller to the museum. There were a few parents there who had those strollers, and I watched them struggle to navigate through the busy crowd.

The Joovy Too Qool is priced higher than many other double strollers and, I’ll admit, is hard to swallow for a piece of baby gear. It will not be affordable for every family. If you have the extra cash to splurge on a stroller, the Too Qool is one that delivers style and versatility. You could also consider purchasing this stroller for a first (single) baby since it can be used beginning at 3 months (or right away if you add a car seat adapter). Then, just add the back seat when your second child comes along. I’d also like to mention that you are essentially “getting what you pay for.” I have other tandem/ in-line strollers and none of them are as chic as the Too Qool. Additionally, of ALL the double strollers I have tried (tandem/in-line/side-by-side) this one also maneuvers with the most ease.

The more I use this stroller, the more I love it. I took it with us to the museum strictly because I needed a good day’s worth of testing on it so I could review it properly. After that day, despite the fact that I have a number of double strollers available to me, I can tell you without hesitation that this would be the stroller I would take with me again.

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Graco Aire3 Click Connect Travel System, Gotham Review

Graco Aire3 Click Connect Travel System, Gotham

$299.99(1 customer review)

  • Includes the Graco SnugRide Click Connect 35 Infant Car Seat, rear-facing for infants from 4 – 35 pounds
  • 3-wheel stroller folds easily in one second and with one hand and features a convenient carrying strap for extra portability
  • Graco 3-wheel stroller travel system automatically locks and is self-standing, so it’s easy to transport and store
  • Ultra-light stroller weighs less than 21 pounds so it’s easy to lift and carry anywhere
  • Multi-position, flat-reclining seat creates an infant carriage for your baby’s comfort

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Graco Aire3 Click Connect Travel System, Gotham Customer Reviews

awesome (By saul rivera)

Love it best stroller ever it feels very solid and comfortable for my baby she loves it

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Graco Relay Click Connect Jogging Stroller, Fern Review

Graco Relay Click Connect Jogging Stroller, Fern

$279.99($329.99 15% off )(3 customer reviews)

  • All the convenience accessories are included in this ultimate performance jogger, so there’s nothing more to buy
  • Pneumatic tires and a locking front-swivel wheel with tracking are built to handle all of your jogs while staying active with baby
  • Jogging strollers premium suspension system offers high-grade performance for a smooth ride on any terrain
  • Breathable, premium tech fabrics are upgraded for your child’s comfort and feature reflective piping for added visibility in low light
  • One-second, one-hand fold provides the ultimate in convenience for moms on the go

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Graco Relay Click Connect Jogging Stroller, Fern Customer Reviews

Awesome jogging stroller (By John Hale)

This stroller is awesome. It has clean lines, awesome construction, and comes with all of the add-ons that you have to purchase separately with other jogging strollers. One hand breakdown works just like other Graco strollers and the rear wheel disconnect system is awesome. We initially looked at the Bob, but our tall toddler just didn’t fit so we expanded our search and found the jaguar and couldn’t be happier. The ergonomics are top notch. One minor design flaw popped up though; the front wheel is difficult to inflate because of the size of the rim. You really can’t get standard bike pump nozzles into the space the air up the tire. I eventually used an air compressor with a gas station style air nozzle and that worked perfectly.

If you don’t want to pay BOB price but want a decent running stroller don’t look any further (By carmen facey)

I just got this stroller after doing tons of research. I almost bought a BOB revolution because they are great strollers but little too pricey to me since my daughter is already 2 1/2 years old. It’s sturdy, feather light to push. I love that I can pretty much replace my 4 wheel stroller now. So if you are an active mom that likes to be outdoors and still likes to go shopping this is the way to go!

The only thing that I think is missing, is the snacktray but we can live without it now since my daughter can hold her own baggy with food now.

Wife’s review- GREAT STROLLER (By David Knight)

This stroller is phenomenal! My mother bought me a Baby Trend jogger for Christmas, but after reading reviews I refused to even put my daughter in it. My husband and I had been searching for the right jogging stroller for me for about 3 months. I have started getting back into running after delivery and wanted something I could use with my baby. She is now 11 months old and loves it!

Safety is my biggest concern, and our roads here are not the safest for anyone to run on without proper precautions. Lots of potholes and uneven surfaces. My other big concern was I am short. I’m 5’4", which I know isn’t that short, but I run like I should be shorter. I needed something that either had an adjustable handle or at the least didn’t sit at my sternum. This particular stroller has a great height for someone on the smaller scale. It’s independent rear suspension made me feel a lot safer about taking her out with me.

My only issue with this stroller is a similar issue with my other Graco stroller, I have to let the back board down before folding it up to put in the back of my SUV, or it causes the back to bow. It’s really not a big deal, just kind of annoying. I wish it had an adjustable handle, but I can live without it.

All in all, I am so thankful we found this stroller! I love getting to take my baby running with me, and I know she enjoys it, too!

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Joovy Zoom 360 Swivel Wheel Jogging Stroller, Black Review

Joovy Zoom 360 Swivel Wheel Jogging Stroller, Black

$179.99($249.99 28% off )(290 customer reviews)

  • Quick fold design
  • Aluminum frame with shock absorbing suspension
  • Extra wide reclining seat, oversized sun canopy
  • One step link parking brake, large storage basket
  • Includes parent organizer, running leash, tire pump

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Joovy Zoom 360 Swivel Wheel Jogging Stroller, Black Customer Reviews

Run Along with the Joovy Zoom 360 (By JJ)



I love this stroller! (By Spa)

I’ve read plenty of reviews of numerous strollers, but this is my first actual post. I love this stroller so much, I had to say something. This is a great jogging stroller with 16″ tire wheels, so you can actually run with it! It’s got a huge sun canopy and steers smoothly and effortlessly, no matter which of my children (1-yr old or 4-yr old) are in the seat. It’s got a long seat-back, which accommodates taller toddlers (my son’s 41″), which the BOBs don’t. The quick-release wheels are super easy to take off for smaller trunks (like my Corolla) and it folds in half with the pull of a string, doesn’t get much easier than this folks. It’s a great deal considering all the accessories are included (parent organizer, tire pump, rain cover). Plus, it’s a great looking stroller, sure to turn heads. It’s great for jogging around the track, walking around the neighborhood, mall crawling, I’d consider it a great option for an all-in-one stroller for one child. Only wish they made a double!

Run Along with the Joovy Zoom 360 (By JJ)



Great stroller with just a couple dealbreakers for me (By K. Moynehan)

I really think this is a great stroller, with lots of features at a great price. We were comparing the Baby Jogger Summit XC and Bob Revolution SE, and noticed Joovy got great ratings on CR. We took this for a spin alongside the BabyJogger, which had won out over the Bob.

In many regards, they’re about equal. Neither has an adjustable handle, both drive beautifully, each has 16-inch rear and 12-inch air-filled tires, each seat reclines, and each has a great sun canopy.

The Joovy offers the following pros:
Larger, more accessible basket underneath. the BabyJogger’s is almost inaccessible
Larger peek-through window on the canopy
Pockets in the seating area for a bottle, kid’s toys, etc
Much better price

The Baby Jogger offered these advantages:
front suspension (Joovy has only rear, as did Bob) – front suspension is nice when you have the front wheel locked for running – you have to lift up the front to turn it many times, and dropping it back down is much more comfortable for the little one when there’s a spring up there
Seat recline mechanism is really well-thought-out and easy to use. the Joovy (and Bob) require more struggling to adjust
hand-brake – this is a minor thing for us, since neither of us do much running in hilly areas where it could get away from us on a downhill, but only the BabyJogger has it
More comfortable straps, complete with pads over the shoulders – Joovy didn’t have these

All in all, if I stopped the analysis here, I would prefer the Joovy, for two main reasons: the large basket underneath is such a functional advantage, and the cost savings is significant. Most of the other advantages of the Baby Jogger aren’t worth the extra cost.

However, the biggest drawback for us was in the design of the canopy near where it pivots to open and close: there’s a pretty good possibility that our child could pinch his fingers in the canopy mechanism – we trapped our own in there while it was closing to see what it would feel like, and it really hurts! The Baby Jogger’s design precludes that from happening. Secondly: the head room. The Bob lost on this feature too – our kid is 7 months old, about 22 pounds, and once he’s in the Joovy (or Bob), his head is already pretty close to the top of the fabric when the canopy is open. If that’s already happening, we didn’t think he’d last very long before he started feeling uncomfortable in it. The Baby Jogger offers much more room for him to grow into it, so in the end, despite its higher cost, we felt it would be a better long-term investment.

However, of all the other joggers with a swivel that we looked at, the Joovy was a very close option and apart from the pinching risk, I would recommend it to anyone who doesn’t want to plunk down the cash for the BOB or Baby Jogger.

way too short!!! (By Megan L. Gray)

My BOB revolution jog stroller was stolen and I was looking for a cheaper replacement. For 1/2 the price, this is great stroller. The problem lies in the height. I watched the review describing the back resting length for the child as 30 inches, which it is. My son just turned 2 and is in the 5th percentile for height- 5th percentile for weight, so I wasn’t worried at all about the reviews that discussed the stroller being too short for many children. I have had the stroller for about 3 months and it is great. folds great, runs smoothly, great accessories that come with it. But I am figuring I have maybe another 3-6 months in this stroller and then we will be done with it. The back length is 30 inches, but the canopy (which has terrific coverage) comes out at such a sloping angle, that is takes a large chunk away from the length of the back rest. My sons head is about to hit the canopy. Hi entire height is 31 inches, so I was not worried at all about the length- but the canopy angle is so steep, it is cutting a good 8-10 inches off the back length. I thought this stroller would get me to his 4th or 5th birthday and there is no way, unless I dispose of the canopy completely. I live in southern california and we spend a lot of time in the sun, so the canopy is pretty important to me.
I am torn about the review for this item, because other than the length, it is a great stroller. i wish there was some way to adjust the canopy to come out at a higher angle, to buy me some more time with it…..

Great Joovy Customer Service (By Ryan Donahue)

I almost returned this stroller because the alignment was off and I couldn’t find a way to adjust it. However, I called Joovy’s customer service, spoke to a person right away, and was instructed how to adjust the alignment (just loosen or tighten the dial on the front wheel). Prior to calling, I damaged a spring on the front wheel axle while taking it on and off. I mentioned this on the phone call and Joovy said they’ll send a whole new front wheel. Aside from the good customer service, the stroller is great: it’s easy to push while jogging (and now goes straight), our son is comfortable in it, and it folds up fairly compact for how large its wheels are.

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Orbit Baby G3 Stroller Frame, Black Review

Orbit Baby G3 Stroller Frame, Black

$499.99($500.00 0% off )(40 customer reviews)

  • Dock and rotate your baby 360 degrees on the stroller
  • Frame folds with one handed, twist and lift motion
  • Stroller frame folds compactly, stands alone when folded, and can be towed when folded

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Orbit Baby G3 Stroller Frame, Black Customer Reviews

Simply the best stroller available, and I have tested all top models. (By J. D. Sagum)

This stroller is the best product possible. I have tested other high-end strollers, including the Britax Affinity, Britax B-Agile, Bugaboo Chameleon 3, and UPPAbaby Vista. I went to a local Buy Buy Baby (Bed Bath & Beyond’s “experimental” baby store) and seriously manhandled the floor displays so I could make a more informed, real-world purchase. I will structure this review by comparing my notes & experiences with each product vs. the Orbit.

The Britax Affinity or B-Agile feels like a moderate upgrade from Gracco or Chico, but it doesn’t belong in the same arena as the other high-end strollers. It feels cheaply constructed in comparison to the Orbit, and even the car seat in the Travel System better resembles a run-of-the-mill car seat you can find at Target. It’s less versatile, and doesn’t convert in use as well as the other stroller systems. The car seat nests in the stroller seat, and frankly, I just don’t like that design. I feel that this design places unnecessary wear on the stroller seat, which your child won’t use until he/she is old or large enough.

A lot of people like the Bugaboo Chameleon 3. So did I, until I manhandled it at Buy Buy Baby. It looks beautiful. There are many customizable options (each costing a pretty penny) to suit your needs. The colors are tasteful and elegant in comparison to cheaper strollers. But there is one fatal flaw: the design of the part that connect the seat/bassinet/whatever to the stroller frame. It totally sucks. Go on the Bugaboo website and take a look at it yourself. When your child is in the seat/bassinet/whatever, it attaches to the stroller frame via two plastic “nubs” that lock onto 2 posts. That’s it.

If, for any reason, one of the locks fails or you don’t attach the seat to the frame well, the seat WILL FALL OFF THE STROLLER FRAME. It’s easy to mis-attach the seat to the frame, especially when your kid is in the seat. I tested it extensively at Buy Buy Baby. I even connected it properly, grabbed the seat, lifted the stroller & frame and shook it suddenly. The seat pops off the frame with ease. Frankly, it isn’t attached well to the frame even when it’s properly attached. Even the bassinet attachment slightly “teeters” when attached. I’m sure that the incidence of lock failure is very low. If you want to spend a lot of money on the Bugaboo and put your kid at that (albeit small) risk, that’s your choice.

And this brings me to the UPPAbaby Vista. It’s highly rated and looks nice. Like the Bugaboo Chameleon 3, the seat/bassinet/whatever also attaches to the frame via two points of contact that are difficult to align easily, especially with your kid in it. It also detached easily when shaken with little force (in a similar fashon as I described above). Again, for the price, I expect a better design build.

And now, the Orbit itself. It is absolutely solid. The seat/bassinet attaches directly to the frame in such a way that it “sits” on the frame when it’s connected. Even when I lifted it high enough to embarrass my wife and shook it like a psycho, it wouldn’t detach. When I tested the G2, I had a few “wish list” improvements I wanted in the design, but I was willing to sacrifice them for the strong design build. Then Orbit released the G3. To my surprise, it addressed most of my wants! Softer, “spongy” handles like the UPPAbaby Vista, two cup holders instead of one, easier unlock mechanism so you can open it one-handed, black frame instead of silver gray… yay! The wheels are “modular” and detach easily in case you need to replace them for whatever reason. The frame folds nicely and EXTREMELY easily compared to any other option. The seat/bassinet can rotate so you can position your child to face you at restaurants instead of having to move the whole stroller itself. The brake system is easy to use and color-coded to make it idiot-proof (green for go, red for stop), unless you’re REALLY colorblind. Then again, one is near the rear left wheel and the other is near the right wheel, so even if you’re colorblind you can figure it out. When I went to a nice restaurant in Las Vegas, I overheard a woman talking to her table about my stroller. She was shocked when I parked it and easily turned my daughter to face my wife instead of having to reposition the stroller in the already cramped space. Simply put, the Orbit is in a class of itself. Oh, and there’s another benefit: G2 attachments (seat, bassinet, etc.) can be attached to the upgraded G3 frame! Yes, you can just buy the G3 frame then search Craigslist, eBay or whatever to find G2 attachments at a better price! And the G3 attachments have modest “improvements,” so the differences are negligible. My wife and I were able to find new (unused, still wrapped), authentic G2 attachments for $100-$125 per item. Even the Orbit online store is currently offering G2 products for 33-50% off (while supplies last)! I have no doubt that I made a fantastic purchase by getting the Orbit over any other option. Is it cheap? No. Do you get what you pay for? Yes.

Best stroller I have ever owned (By CS)

Bought this in May in anticipation of my little one’s arrival. Best stroller I have ever owned, however, after a couple of uses the left handle is malfunctioning :(. I contacted the company but have not received a response yet. I am awaiting a resolution to this so that I can change the rating to love it.

Huge Disappointment & Poor Customer Service (By anne stover)

This stroller has been a HUGE disappointment. I purchased all the Orbit Baby G3 products because I was told that they were the best on the market. Within six weeks the stroller frame is broken. Three wheels do not move so it is hard to steer and barely moves in a straight line. This makes it very hard to get around and makes the other Orbit Baby items I purchased (Basinet & Car Seat) a waste of money.

Now to make the situation even more frustrating. Not only is the stroller almost unusable and almost $1300 down the drain Orbit Baby customer service is horrendous. I work in retail and understand the importance of customer service. When my stroller was acting up I went on orbit baby’s website and I registered my product then submitted my complaint based on their instruction. I was told someone would respond within one business day. After 8 days of no response, I emailed again. NO RESPONSE. I then called and spoke to a customer service member named Paul who asked me if I had taken apart the base to put it back together and see how it worked. I explained to him that if the stroller is broken after six weeks of use, I would like it replaced not to mention I am a new mom and not an engineer and do not have time to take the stroller apart to figure out what is wrong. He then explained that he would only send me a new pair of wheels which I told him not to because that wouldn’t fix the issue. He told me he would call me in an hour. NO CALL. I, again, reached out then was told that Paul would reach out to me in an hour. Three hours later, I receive an email telling me he was sending me wheels.

I would NEVER recommend this product to anyone based on their customer service alone. We spent a fortune on this system only to be treated with little to no respect by the company. It is a great concept because the system is very easy to use and compatible but the quality does not warrant the price!

Beautiful and FunctionalTOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE (By Dat Hong)

This is a fantastic stroller and is made by the Ergobaby family. The stroller comes in a nice size box and needs no tools to assemble. All you have to do is snap in the four wheels and you are good to go. It took me less than 10 minutes to put this together. I get a lot of stares and compliments when using this stroller. Everyone thinks it is so unique looking and loves that it can swivel 360.

The handles are adjustable in height. I am 5’7" and my wife is 5’5" and we both find it comfortable on the lowest height setting. For those taller, you will love the fact it can go higher. When you buy this, you only get the frame. You get exactly what is pictured on the description, no more no less.

I am using this with the Stroller Seat for my 6 month old son and he loves being it it. I push him around the mall and can swivel him back and forth. When he falls asleep, I can turn him around and see his face. When he’s awake, he loves facing forward to people watch. There are also two cup holders for cold beverages.

The brake system is very easy to use and is color coded. Green on the left releases while red on the right locks. The brakes are flip flop friendly, unlike others where you have to step down to lock, and flip up to release, this one you just step on like a pedal. Simple and effective.

The frame folds super easy. You just put your hand on the bar behind the seat and twist and it just folds. You can store the Stroller Seat on top of the frame and they cup into each other. You cannot fold the frame with the seat attached. It looks bulky, but fits into my trunk (Toyota Camry) nicely.

I do not have the Orbit 360 infant seat so the only troublesome part is when I go out, I have to switch my son from infant seat to the Orbit Stroller seat. It is usually not a problem unless he is asleep, or falls asleep. If I did not already have other car seats, I would have invested in the Orbit infant seat because of the benefits and features of this frame.

You can turn the frame 360 and it has a so called "dining" position. When at the restaurant, (or wherever) you can park the frame next to you, and turn your baby a quarter turn so you can see him. I really like that feature. It is like he has a seat at the table with us.

The frame itself is top notch. It is light and, easy to assemble, and feels very durable. It is NOT meant for walking on rough terrain. This frame is literally for walking around the stores and taking a stroll on nice pavement. If you have bumpy roads you need to walk over daily, this is not for you. The wheels are smooth and can turn on a dime, but I do not walk over unpaved roads or gravel with this (e.g., like at a State Park). For that kind of terrain, I use a 3 wheel jogging stroller with large rubber bicycle style wheels.

The frame comes bare bone and I feel it should at least come with a cargo net. There is no where to put your diaper bag without buying the additional net. I do not know of anyone who would not want a net with theirs. It is a minor complaint, and if it did include it, it would raise the price of the frame up. I guess it gives consumers more options.

I love this stroller and I highly recommend it.

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