Summary: I purchased my stroller when I had my second child. I paid over $200 for itI use it for my home daycare business all the time. I love the large basket and cup holder for both the kids and myself. It is comfortable for kids to ride in, but terrible hard to turn. If I push it with one hand it seems to veer off to one side. For the price I am disappointed and probabally would have just spent a little more for something easier to push.
Summary: I have a NB and a 20 month old little boy and needed a double stroller... I bought this stroller based off the reviews it received. Although it does provide transport for 2 small children there are a couple of things I do not like... One, if your older child is in front and car seat is in back, you cannot recline the front seat at all and your older child has to sit straight up, which mine does not like...
Summary: I've bought graco for everthything with both children i've owned this product for 4 weeks and it is already broken. i have an 8 week old and a 2 year old, so i needed the back that holds the car seat. the piece that holds the car seat has snapped off so now i can't even use it. It is very heavy, and hard to steer. plus the red snap thing that holds it shut when it folds down doesn't stay on either. not worth the money.
Summary: This was the only one that works with the Graco infant car seat we already had, and it works fine, however it is HUGE and very heavy. I still can't really figure out how to open it and collapse it without my husband showing me again and again.... If you do not want something extremely bulky and heavy, do not buy this.
nice once opened but very heavy and awkward when folded
10 January 2007
Summary: This stroller is nice to push,solid with lots of storage,but if you need to put it in and out of the trunk it is VERY heavy and awkward to lift. It was less than $100 and lighter ones were $200-300. It barely fits in the trunk of my Honda Civic.
Summary: The Graco DuoGlider has some limitations. First the front seat doesn't fully recline. Intended for a toddler (with the young baby in the rear seat) the front seat doesn't give the toddler the option of sleeping comfortably. How many of us have seen sleeping toddlers with their heads hung off to one side? Better front back double strollers have two seats that fully recline and foot rests that raise so that the child can sleep comfortably.
Summary: I did prefer to have my twins side-by-side. I never liked having one behind the other. It's like letting one see things first and having one hidden. I think this is a good quality stroller with a name you can trust, BUT I do not feel it is fair to the babies to be pushed with one behind the other.