Reviews and Problems with Eddie Bauer Transit Tandem
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compact, but misleading
20 June 2010
Summary: It's compact, good for little babes in the back and petite toddler upfront, but don't expect this to last you very long. Very little leg room in back, and front seat does NOT recline as stated in description. Plus, these have been on closeout at many popular manufacturers for half the price. See it in person first, before investing good money into something that may not last you very long!
Summary: I absolutely despise this thing. My dad bought this for us when I found out I was pregnant w/ my second baby. As soon as we took this out of the box we knew it was not going to be a good stroller. First off, it's beyond heavy. The dad's may not have too much trouble lifting it, but the mom's might. Next, it does NOT fold and unfold easily. It's tricky and it sticks a lot. Next, the wheels do not turn. It makes steering practically impossible.
Summary: Well I have 3 kids, but require only a stroller for 2. I wanted something smaller than the huge double strollers that are out there. This stroller is definitely smaller and pushes really smooth. My newborn, who's now 3 months, is fine with lying in the stroller. I have a Kidopotamus Snuzzler and I keep the headrest part to it in there to keep his head upright while in it. I think this helps it be more comfy for him.
This stroller is not made for walking, folding, moving, or even holding children...
S. McCoy, Amazon
16 July 2007
Summary: My husband and I picked this out as our baby shower gift after looking everywhere for a lightweight, compact-when-folded stroller... This seemed like the perfect solution until we used it. The first thing to break was the adjustable leg rest on the front seat... then the latch that holds the stroller in the folded postion fell off (who knows where??) and then the foam grips on the handles came off within a week of each other.
Summary: This stroller blows. Aside from the already noted lack of cup holders and snack trays. I had it for 94 days and only used it a few times. The front wheel stopped pivoting. They would turn but wouldn't turn a corner. Target would do nothing for me. I was 4 days outside my return window. Dorel wasn't to difficult to work with. They only sent one wheel at first. Then I got the other one. It did not help.
Summary: I just purchased this stroller from Target and it was a snap to put together and folds down to a compact unit. It seems to be a very smart design-enough room for two kids but not the hulking masses that other tandem strollers can be; it manuevers well and even finds room for small storage beneath (though that could be a tad bigger) with side-access zippers and nifty storage in the hood.