Summary: I was so excited about this stroller, I purchased it as soon as our second child arrived. I took it back 2 days later. There is no way for 2 kids to recline and it is almost impossible for just 1 to recline. There is almost no leg room for the child who sits in the back. As a mom of an 18 month old and a newborn, I wanted this stroller to last at least until my oldest was 3, but there is just no way they would ride comfortably as they get bigger...
Pros: Easily Stowed, Easy To Maneuver, Lightweight, Smooth Ride, Stylish
Cons: Few Features, No Cup Holder, Not for sleepy toddlers
Summary: With an 18 month old and a 2 month old, we reluctantly retired our Bugaboo and began the search for a double stroller. After much research we, like so many others, eagerly anticipated the release of the Baby Jogger City Select. We bought it 3 weeks ago and have since sold it as it just didn't fit our needs. The stroller is so superior on so many levels that I tried to overlook the flaws as much as I could, but to no avail.
Summary: This stroller is based on some good ideas. We have a 3 month old and a 18 month old and we were excited to be able to use this stroller as the kids grew. We did buy the second seat kit right away so that we could put the car seat on the stroller. With the second kid on the front, the stroller is very difficult to maneuver over any type of bump. It works well on the flat but not well at all for curbs etc.
Summary: I bought two off these rain covers and I'm not impress with them. The covers come in a bag and that bag isn't strong enough so I can fold them up and store it under my pushchair because they are big.