Stroller Questions


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I need some opinions on some strollers. My main question for them is how is ease of use when kids weigh different weights. Heaviest child would be 48 pounds and lightest is 22. The 48 lber would rarely ride, though, so more accurately it would be the 42 lber who is heaviest.

Inglesia 1775 Twin Swift Stroller

Peg Perego - Aria Twin MT Stroller

Maclaren - Twin Rally Stroller

How about the Sit 'n Stand vs. the Joovy Caboose? Which do you find better? There would be no infant carrier in the front ever.

Any suggestions for stylish singles? Price range around $200 or less?

Any other strollers similar to those above that you think I would like? I'm not a fan of jogging or large bulky strollers.


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When I was in college, I did a lot of babysitting to make some extra money. During those experiences, I got to use a lot of different types of strollers.

I loved every Maclaren I used. Of the current models, I really like the Quest, Techno, and Truimph. The Volo is good too, but it doesn't recline, so it is not spectacular for young babies. My niece has a Quest and we all love it.

I also have like most of the Peg Peregos I have used. I like the Pliko and think the Pliko Lite looks interesting. The Centro Completo looks interesting too. All of these strollers have a rear footboard that would allow your older child to "hitch a ride" when he needs one. Have you considered this stroller at all?

I have only used one Inglesina (the Zippy) and really liked it too. It reminded me a lot of the Peg Pliko.

Best of luck to you!

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