Summary: Design is great, but I can only give it two stars for two reasons. One. It is extremely heavy. I used to have a duo glider, which is much lighter. This stroller generally requires lifting with both hands. I can't just swing it into my trunk. Two. My two year old can almost get out of the front seat since it does not have the bar across the front for snacks and drinks.
Summary: WITH TWINS, THIS WAS THE OBVIOUS PURCHASE. UNFORTUNATELY, AFTER OWNING IT A YEAR, THE STROLLER WOULDN'T COLLAPSE ANYMORE. GRACO WAS GRACIOUS AND OFFERED TO REPLACE IT, BUT I HAD TO FIND A BOX AND SHIP IT BACK MYSELF. NOT EASY TO FIND A BOX THAT SIZE, MUCH LESS LUG IT TO FED EX. NOW IT'S TOO LATE AND I NO LONGER HAVE A DUO STROLLER.
Summary: The stroller came with snags in the green fabric. The green fabric is like a satin material. It isn't a material that a stroller should be made out of. We returned it for the zurich pattern, which is made with a better quality material, one more suitable for a stroller.
Summary: I have a 2 year old and a 3 month old and I have been using this stroller for 3 months now and I have decided I don't really like using it. Cons: -It is really big (but it is a double stroller so I would expect it to be large to be comfortable for the children). I first had a Saturn Ion and it would not fit in the trunk. I did find out that the front wheels can be popped off and and on (farely easily) which would allow it to fit into the trunk.
Summary: This is the second Tandem I had for my 2 1/2 yr old and a newborn, the first was very unstable and I was afraid to use it on anything but level ground. I don't have any problems with this pushchair.
Pros: Can be used with one or 2 carseats, easy to manouver, easily fits a 3 yr old in the front, fits through standard doors, stylish (got complimented when I had baby and toddler in it), it folds quite compact, storage space is excellent, raincover is well designed as well. You can also fold it up without removing anything from the basket. One handed fold is also fab. Comfy padded seats, has 2 handles as well as 1 long one so great for those who like both styles at iffernt...
Cons: Can be heavy if 2 toddlers, the front hood is a bit on the small side for space for a toddlers head, front seat could be larger, for me one of the discs on the rear wheels which hides axel barings is constantly coming off. Heavy, very long, hard to turn, front seat is quite small for your bigger toddler heavy bulky hard to steer, cant see your front one back baby hasn't got enough room, badly designed,need I say more?? oh it has a cup holder!! The back hood clacks and...
Summary: I purchased this stroller for my 19 month old and newborn. It is very attractive, and I get tons of compliments on how "cool" it looks, but, if I were to do it over, I would have purchased a less expensive model. For as good as this stroller looks, it is not a great buy because of the many annoying features! It is EXTREMELY heavy, and lifting it up to put in the back of my mini-van is quite hard. Taking it out of the trunk and setting it up is no easy task either.
Summary: I am a HUGE fan of our single Graco for its durability and sheer indestructiblity, and I was excited to get this double when #2 came along, since I walk a mile each way to pick the kids up from daycare. And overall, this is the same sturdy, spacious Graco I've grown to love. But the canopy hood over the front seat of this stroller DRIVES ME INSANE. Half the time, it doesn't click open right, and no amount of opening and closing it will make it stretch tight.
Summary: It's decent for what it is. Double strollers sure are hard to maneuver. My kids seemed to like it, and didn't mind being in the back seat half the time. The latch broke early on, so it never stayed folded. That made it hard to carry.