Reviews and Problems with Joovy Caboose Ultralight
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They Call me ma!, toysrus.com
26 February 2015
Excerpt: I did my research extensively before buying a new "double stroller". I previously owned a Contours Double stroller that was nice, but bulky, big, heavy, and most stores are not double stroller friendly.
Pros: Easily Stowed, Easy To Maneuver, Easy To Set Up, Lightweight, Smooth Ride, Stylish
Excerpt: I personally love this stroller. I bought it for when I had my second child but I paid about 150 versus the 200 shown above. I did find my toddler had not enough room for him to sit comfortably while the car seat is on the front.
Excerpt: As it's name suggests, the Caboose has a lot of room for junk in the trunk. I can fit my man-bag with ease. As far as the roominess for the "precious cargo" itself, there's room for both of the kids to be comfortable for short-to-medium length trips. Design wise, you wont be turning any heads.
Excerpt: great product! great for babies and small children alike - great color doesn't get dirty easily, lots of storage, i especially like that my bigger child can stand in the back of the stroller so i dont have to carry him, what else can i say - i love this stroller! : )
Excerpt: I have really warmed up to this stroller. At first, I didn't really like how the older child had to sit facing reverse, so I resisted using it. But eventually it became a necessity if I wanted to take two kids anywhere.
Excerpt: I would give five stars but have had issues with the brake and the second seat use when infant seat is connected.DesignThis stroller is phenomenal for two children if the front seated child is not in an infant seat.
Excerpt: I have a 2 year old and a 2 month old, and with all the traveling and walking we do, I knew we were going to need a double stroller. The only problem was that my oldest doesn't really like to sit in strollers. This stroller is very lightweight but is still very sturdy.
Excerpt: This is our family's fourth stroller and third tandem. I purchased it as an alternative to my Maclaren umbrella stroller, hoping to contain my two youngest boys, ages 2 and 1. I ordered it online based on reviews, so did not "test-drive" it. When it arrived it was quite a big longer than I expected.
Excerpt: I had another brand sit and stand before this, and I got rid of it because I could NOT maneuver it at all with both kids in it. It was way too long, and I couldn't pop it up on a curb, or turn it without feeling like I was pushing a Mack Truck.