Double stroller for twins

sunflower

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My SIL just had twins and is looking for a stroller. She needs a comfortable fold, and doesn't want the narrowest seats so that they won't outgrow it too soon. An easy push, since there are a lot of paved (sidewalk) hills in their area.

Looking for a side by side.

It will be a one and only stroller, to be used for everything. I don't think car seats compatibility is needed, since they don't own a car.

Any suggestions?

Thanks so much!
 
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jordansmom

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I'd have her start by looking at BOB Duallie, Valco Snap or Zee double, Easywalker Duo, baby Jogger City Mini, or the Britax version.

What type of use and terrain does she need it for? What's the budget?
 

shinaynay17

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For my twins I had the valco tri mode twin stroller. I absolutely loved it. I did have a 1 year old when I had my twins so I also had the extra seat which worked great!! I sold that when my twins were 20 months due to also having another baby and the twins loved to walk. I now have the double chariot and also love it!!
 

msg221

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I loved the Baby Jogger City Mini Double when I had it. I had it and the BOB Revolution Duallie. The BJCMD was more for the mall, walks around the neighborhood, etc. I used the BOB if I was going on a longer walk, for the zoo, somewhere that had uneven terrain. I loved the BOB too, but not how bulky it was but thankfully it fit in the back of my Highlander.
 

sunflower

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Many options here! The budget is average. They live in Israel where there are lots of mountains and hills. Paved though. There everything is smaller. A Toyota Corolla is considered a full size!

It's for going out, to the park... She doesn't want to get a new stroller in two years. It's for NB to toddler age.

Thanks again. I had originally recommended she start with the BJCM GT, the Snap double and MB duet. Will add the new recommendations to her list.
 

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