I had been dragging my feet about getting a second double stroller. We have an awesome hand-me-down double jogger that has been well loved, but it’s perfect until it’s not. Almost all double strollers have three things in common:
THEY ARE HUGE, HEAVY AND EXPENSIVE.
Just about every single one on the market. I got to thinking, how long are they really going to tolerate sitting in a stroller? Is it worth spending $300 on the one I really want? In the end my answer was no, it was most definitely not worth it. Even though I didn’t see the value in a super expensive, but more compact double stroller, I also needed something to help me out.
You can’t baby wear all the time. I do a lot, but in some situations it’s just not the easiest. Don’t even get me started on tandem wearing toddlers. Good grief is it a hassle. When we were getting ready to go on vacation, I decided that we had to get something. Long walks, back and forth to the pool, shopping, going in and out of attractions, whatever vacation might bring, I didn’t want to be chasing my toddler and fighting my one year old to stay on my back. I asked some friends what they used and came across this gem of a stroller.
I always thought that umbrella strollers were cheap and not worth my money, but I was incredibly wrong!
- Super compact fold for travel and storage. I can literally shove it under their seats behind my seat, it’s super small!
- Two separate canopies
- Soft and comfortable handles
- 360 degree shock absorbing, locking front wheels
- Large 6”front and back wheels
- Back wheel brakes
- JPMA certified and exceeds all ASTM and applicable CPSC standards
- Assembled Dimensions (in inches): 22.8 (width) by 36.8 (height) by 18.5 (depth)
- Weight: 19.16 lbs
- Each seat has a 35 lb weight limit
- Fits through standard 30″ wide doorways
- Cup holder with 2 attachment points and 2 hanging storage bags
- Foot push to collapse and one lever to secure close
- Assembly was a breeze. All you had to do was pop the wheels on and take some plastic off. It literally took me two minutes.
- Super easy to move! You can push it with one finger with the kids in it.
- It fits through doors! I haven’t had a door that I couldn’t get through and because it is so compact, you don’t have to have anyone hold the door open for you to get through.
- The 35 lb weight limit is great! I know I am going to get a lot of use out of this even though I have large toddlers.
- It’s a very smooth ride. I can go in and out of stores, through door ways, over hills, up embankments and over gravel, and my kids stay asleep.
- It’s not heavy! I can carry my one year old on one hip, fold the stroller and get it in the car. Thank you Stroller Gods!
- Tiny, tiny, tiny. You can fit this stroller into any car and it’s great for travel when you have more than your stroller to put in your trunk. My big jogger literally takes up my entire cargo area.
- Cup holder fits adult cups!
- Reflective material. The white stripes are reflective, so if you take evening walks, you don’t have to worry about pushing a black stroller and no one seeing it.
- It’s inexpensive but high quality. I’ve had this stroller for about a month and have used it almost daily. There is no sign of any wear and tear and nothing feels cheap or like it’s going to break. If I didn’t tell you that it was cheap, you wouldn’t know it!
Delta Children City Street Side by Side Stroller, Black
- The canopies are small and don’t really do a whole lot. I didn’t purchase it with a canopy in mind, but after a few times of walking directly into the sun, I wish I would have taken the very small canopy into consideration. I throw an Aden + Anais swaddle` over them and it’s fine, but that’s not always convenient.
- The wheels are super small, making rough terrain difficult to navigate.
- The description on their site and on Amazon says that it has a “Large Under-Frame Storage Bag” and it does not. I thought I would be able to slide a diaper bag under the seats or something and that is not the case. There are the two small hanging bags on the back of the seat that work nicely for a few diapers and wipes, but that is about all they can hold.
- Advertised as a 5 point harness and it’s not.
- The handles are short (as are most umbrella strollers). I am 5’4″ and I have no problem, but my 5’11” husband wasn’t too happy with them after a while.
Overall, this stroller is amazing! My complaints are small and I do not regret purchasing it at all. A few changes would make it a little better, but for the amazing price, it can’t be beat! If you have a second little one on the way, this is definitely a must have!