Excerpt: We bought this stroller for our baby and two year old. It looked great, was easy to set up, and was "just what we wanted" (until we tried it out). It was shipped just in time for our family vacation, so we were excited to be able to try it out. The first problem was that the front wheels did not all touch the ground once they were popped into place. I called customer service three times and emailed the company twice. I never heard a response.
Pros: Comfortable, Fashionable
Cons: Bulky, Cumbersome, Doesn't Clip in Easily, Flimsy, Heavy, Not Adjustable, Unstable
Excerpt: I bought the stroller because it said it was compatible with the Graco SungRide car seat both on the company's website and listed in the instruction manual but when I got the stroller and attempted to secure my car seat in the stroller I found the strap about 3 inches too short. I contacted the company, not only to have poor customer service, but to find out that their strollers are only compatible with the Mia Moda car seats.
Excerpt: We've only used the sit/stand part in the back of the stroller to get our two and a half year old used to the idea of riding in back while her future baby sister rides in front via her infant carrier. She really liked being able to choose the different positions. <br />The steering seems slightly more squirly that my single stroller, but it was still manageable. <br />The stroller is also pretty bulky, but I expected that based on other reviews I read.
Pros: Comfortable, Easy To Set Up, Smooth Ride, Stylish
Excerpt: I have only had this stroller for 3 days and I think it is worth it's weight in gold. I love how easy it is to steer, it works with my chicco carseat, the sun shade is large enough to give great shade at all times of the day, and very easy to see baby in the carseat with shade pulled. My little girl loves being able to get on and off and is excited that she gets to ride with her little brother.
Excerpt: After buying the Baby Trend double stoller in "green tea" I decided to buy this sit'n'stand. The Baby Trend stoller was huge cheap and totally confusing, I thought having the choice of having a backseat would be nice but its too much.. My daughter is 2 and we are expecting our 2nd soon, we never take our daughter out in a stoller anyways so i figured having a basic sit'n;stand would be more realistic for us (She hates being strapped down to anything) and having...
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Easily Stowed, Easy to Set Up, Easy To Steer, Sturdy
Excerpt: Purchased one day and returned the next! Loved the look the stroller, very stylish, light weight and folded to a decent size and wasn't hard to push.<br /> <br />Problems were: <br />Frame wasn't sturdy. Was continuously bending and flexing. It would have just been a matter of time before something broke.<br />Front seat didn't recline enough for a 1 yr old to be comfortable in.<br />Not enough storage space under the seat for my purse, a diaper bag or jackets.
Pros: Easy To Steer, Lightweight
Cons: Flimsy, Not enough storage, Not suitable for infants, Unstable
Excerpt: I bought this to replace my duoglider since my almost 3yr old doesn't usually want to sit (but will stand)and my 9 month old hasn't been in the infant carrier for a while...so I had this very heavy stroller w/only one kid in it. The sit n'stand seemed more functional, and I chose this one because of the style and comfort. I really like the colors (and just having the option of something that's attractive) and the seats are well padded, front and back.
Pros: Comfortable, Easy To Maneuver, Easy to Set Up, Smooth Ride, Stylish
Excerpt: So far this is great, easy to open easy to close, assembly is easy, putting rear wheele axel on took a few trys, but I am def not the most handy person. Love the pattern and way it looks, materials are padded and comfortable, and my toddler keeps trying to climb into it and go for rides, so it seems that he enjoys it so far!
Pros: Comfortable, Easy to Set Up, Easy To Steer, Sturdy
Excerpt: So after reading countless reviews I decided I would give this stroller a try. Theres nothing great about it nor anything to bad. But in the end I think it comes down to what quality your use to. We first bought a travel system kind of cheep not well built. Then a BOB revolution stroller which is great, very sturdy, then a double kolcraft contours which was just a monster but built great.