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Here's another cool way to push the stroller when outdoors, using a hoverboard. Lot of parents go outdoors on skates, skateboard, and jogging while pushing ...

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BabySun nursery buggyboard is the ideal extension for families with more than one child. Quick and easy installation Suitable for almost all baby ...

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Mee-Go Sit N Ride Universal Buggy Ride On Board Padded Seat Liner. Makes it comfortable for your child to sit on the seat of the buggy board for longer ...

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BabyBubz Multi Purpose Stroller Hooks: These are useful hangers that come really handy when Jogging, Walking or Shopping. Use it for hanging Baby Diaper Bags, ...

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Fillikid Buggy board (with seat) reviewed here. Its a universal board designed to fit almost every stroller, easy to attach/detach from any stroller without ...

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Best Convertible Car Seats reviewed here. Read more about the factors to consider before buying, and review of the best convertible car seats. Best ...

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Mee-Go Cozy Stroll Universal Pushchair Handlebar Extender / Extension Bar. If you are a tall parent, you will need this extension handle. It increases the ...

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Recently, basketball fans were having quite a laugh at the expense of Los Angeles Lakers rookies, who have been required to take part in a truly bizarre hazing ...

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You can shop from a wide selection of stroller seat units and fabrics from great brands. Find the best deals here. When you buy a new stroller, everything on ...

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A recent survey done by a major baby gear company revealed that the top motivator for most parents to purchase baby gear is design and style. Parents are ...

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When should a parent stop using the stroller for their child, and how do you do it. While for most kids, the time to use the stroller has past, most parents ...

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Peg Perego Book Board reviewed here. Made in Italy, this sleek riding board lets a second rider comfortably stand on the board while parent pushes the ...

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The next time you see a child in a stroller, don't rush to any conclusions, especially if you think the child looks "too big/old" to be sitting in the ...

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Best Baby Bassinets. Looking for a bassinet where your little one will sleep soundly? Here are our top picks. These bassinets give you multiple usage modes ...

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Joovy Stroller Parts. Find spares & replacement parts for popular Joovy strollers and push chairs. Joovy is a popular brand that makes a variety of high ...

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  1. Reply
    Gracofans April 25, 2016 at 8:03 pm

    Had a Graco Ready2grow Click Connect LX Stroller and it worked out well for ourneeds. Unique feature is that the rare seat can face you if required. The front seat can be adjusted to several positions. The Graco Ready2grow Click Connect LX Stroller is a flexible double baby stroller and well suited for rough terrains too.

    Its important to buy good quality ones as otherwise it becomes a struggle to steer them and get them in the right position.

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      Daisy September 28, 2017 at 9:45 am

      Before buying any stroller, you first need to ask how are you going to use the stroller – is it for small walks, stores, mall, stores, zoo?

      My sister had a sit and stand stroller and she found it very challenging to push and to maneuver, make turns. And do you have sufficient space in the car trunk to carry a double stroller?

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    Lisa May 17, 2016 at 8:13 am

    some of the things that we don’t like

    1) The handle bar of the stroller is all up in my toddlers face, even when the glider board is in its most far back setting.
    2) It makes it hard to reach the handle bar (and I’m 5’9″) of my city mini GT and makes it hard to steer.
    3) I keep kicking the wheel of the glider board when walking. Which hurts when you’re in flip flops
    4) you have to take the wheels off in order to fold the stroller.

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    Kaycee May 17, 2016 at 8:15 am

    Don’t understand why many think its compatible with the Baby Jogger Stroller. It doesn’t fit as the place where the brakes attach is where the glider is supposed to attach.

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    MeghanS July 17, 2016 at 8:12 am

    This glider board fits both our City Select and our City Mini GT double stroller.

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    momML July 17, 2016 at 8:18 am

    For me, the board comes too out and so I have to bend forward awkwardly to push the stroller. My son loves it though. Would have preferred something slimmer.

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    strollermom January 26, 2017 at 3:13 pm

    This is a solid Orbit Baby product, and you don’t have to buy a double stroller. My 3 year old love the skateboard design and wants to be ride really close to his younger brother. The skateboard may look pricey but its a unique design and more importantly its really sturdy. Also folds while it is attached to the stroller, so quite convenient to put it away. We initially bought the helix conversion kit, but our older kid prefers only the sidekick. The skateboard is more compact, it really turns a lot of heads, and our kid absolutely loves it!

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    StokkeMom February 24, 2017 at 8:08 am

    I have used a variety of Stokke products in the past, and bought this riding attachment as well for my oldest toddler. Unfortunately, once this board is attached, it leaves very little room for a normal stride. So either I have to walk beside the ride-on or walk very slowly. Was disappointed with this Stokke board.

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    Baby Fan February 24, 2017 at 8:18 am

    I would definitely recommend this ride-on board! This Stokke board is easy and quick to attach, and contrary to what other have said, this one actually allows you to walk. I absolutely love how my toddler and my younger child interact together. Even after a few years of use, the board is still like new, and still works beautifully.
    Over the years, I have grown to be a big fan of Stokke – their products, though expensive, actually last as the quality is much better.

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    Tracey February 26, 2017 at 1:38 pm

    We’ve just had our second kid, with the first about to turn 4 in a few months. From what I have read, sit and stand is the best as it allows the bigger sibling to stand and ride. But i have read that these are hard to maneuver, which I hate. So, are these really tough to maneuver?

    I’d like to try it out before I order one. Is there any place where I can try a sit-n-stand stroller around the Berkeley area? If any of you have one, please let me know what you think about it?

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      Lisa April 26, 2017 at 1:45 pm

      I like my stand and sit tandem double stroller a lot. My older daughter (3 and a half) is able to hop on and off with minimal hassle. Its a bit difficult to maneuver but I assume it is true of all double strollers. Another option is to use a stroller board aka buggy board aka kiddie board. Its a separate equipment with a small platform and has wheels. It attaches to your stroller where your older child can stand.

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    buggymom February 26, 2017 at 3:46 pm

    No doubt these are great products, the only concern is that for a 2 year old, you will need to frequently remind them to stay on the board while stroller is in motion, as most kids love to hop off whenever they feel like it. However, as they grow old, they will understand that they shouldn’t be doing that. My little ones now ride their “skateboards” like pros. They love it as it resembles real skateboards.

    With both kids onboard, including baby in the stroller, it does get a little heavy to push — especially uphill. The stroller fits thru standard doors like a breeze, with the boards on. And yes, its a head turner.

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    sitnstand March 2, 2017 at 4:02 pm

    The Baby Trend Sit N Stand double stroller includes five-point safety harnesses for each seat, so that takes care of the safety of the two babies, allowing them to ride safely. The rear canopy can be removed to allow older children to stand or sit on this baby stroller, which I feel is an innovative design.

    There is a hood and tray that is detachable. Great for travel and staying in the shade. The Baby Trend Sit N Stand double stroller is easy to maneuver and use. We love it, it fits our family’s needs, even with children 4 years apart.

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    babytrender March 2, 2017 at 4:29 pm

    One of the biggest reasons why we have decided to go with this stroller was because it was compatible with our two infant car seats. I love that the infant car seat can easily be transitioned form car seat to stroller. As the baby grow older I would place them directly in the stroller seat for our neighborhoods walk. Another great feature is that the baby can be used with the car seat in the stroller. This also works well with kids of different ages.

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    Noel March 21, 2017 at 8:30 am

    Though the board itself is quite useful, unfortunately, I am not able to use the extension that came along on our stroller (book plus). I can’t believe they don’t say so on the description, it’s called “peg perego book board”, it seems obvious that it should work on the book plus. After all, this is the only board that works on this stroller.

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    Jamie March 23, 2017 at 6:51 am

    Its okay, not really impressive. While it’s convenient for a child to ride, with the diaper bag attached to the stroller, it leaves very limited room. And with the Stokke Xplory Rider Board connected, it makes it more difficult to close the stroller.

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    Maggie March 26, 2017 at 2:09 pm

    I’ve test driven a few sit and ride strollers – the Joovy Caboose, the Joovy Caboose Ultralight, the Baby Trend Sit N Stand.

    The Caboose Ultralight is the best, even better than the regular Caboose that I used to own. Its lighter, lightweight and steers so much better than the regular Caboose.

    The Baby Trend is also okay (given its low price), but its hard to steer, with the kids riding on it, and feels much heavier. It also seemed cheaply built when compared to the sleek Joovy.

    The seat is very short, the wheels were squeaky, and I could barely push it with my two hands, let alone with one hand (when my my kids were on it), even though together they weighed about 50lbs at the time, well under the limit.

    If you’re going to use the stroller a lot, might as well buy a quality one (though expensive).

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      Modastroller April 26, 2017 at 5:30 pm

      I personally like the Mia Moda stroller more as it comes with a cup holder & parent tray; the storage area under the seat is also slightly bigger and easier to access. It also folds very nicely, so that only the wheels are on the ground when in folded position. One downfall is that the stroller is a bit heavy to lift.

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      Babysitstand April 26, 2017 at 4:02 pm

      We have the baby trend and our kids love it. I find it easy to push, and its also easy to fold, and unfold. The seat is short, but my kid is okay with it, h doesn’t seem to mind.

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    Lisa April 2, 2017 at 11:30 am

    I am impressed with the various seating options for our newborn and 2-year old. We tried out a few settings before settling on our favorite configuration, for now. I also like the fact that we can change the configuration again later on as the baby grows up. A great stroller, but you will need a big vehicle, sort of an SUV, to fit this stroller in the back of your car.

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    strollmaint April 6, 2017 at 7:04 pm

    I have run about 3500 miles with my Bob stroller, and i’m finally getting some annoying squeaks…but thankfully nothing major.

    I’ve done a cursory job of lubricating the axles but to no effect. Otherwise, I have never done ANY maintenance on the stroller. I am not affiliated with the company in any way, just a very satisfied customer–and i have to say the stroller is amazing.

    What do you do to keep your stroller working well? How often, and which parts do you clean/grease, etc?

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    NJMom April 14, 2017 at 11:33 am

    The Britax b ready stroller board looks fantastic. In general, I love Britax products and this one is no different. We have the B Ready stroller by Britax and this one works perfectly fine with it. This stroller board also works with britax b agile stroller.

    I heard that Britax acquired Bob so these boards work with Bob strollers (Revolution double and single) as well, which is pretty nice.

    Installing the board is quick and easy. Its functional but doesn’t seem to be the sturdiest.

    That said, it works well for what I need. Also, its easy to move it from one stroller to another – no tools required.

    So if you’re looking for a stroller board for Britax b agile or Britax b ready, or even for Bob strollers, get this Britax stroller board.

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      Amy April 14, 2017 at 11:37 am

      Does it work well with Graco Strollers? Graco Jogging stroller, Graco Aire3 stroller travel system?

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    babytrendsitstand April 25, 2017 at 7:54 pm

    Baby Trend sit and stand stroller is shipped assembled except the two large wheels and the tray that was easy to attach. It doesn’t require any insert to sit your baby, it is adequate and it is a handy stroller without any doubts. My stroller also features parent and child trays, a large-size storage basket and a bigger canopy. It has foam padded handle that provides greater comfort without any doubts.

    The Baby Trend Sit N Stand Double suits any growing family and can be used for infants, toddlers, growing child without requiring a new one. It accommodates up to two babies sitting, lying, or one standing.

    The best part is that it has reclining seats. Seats on most double strollers do not recline because of the limited space available, but this one does recline to keep your children comfortable while they are sitting down.

    Has parking brake and space to keep handy things like drinks, keys, and phones.

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    GreenVault April 26, 2017 at 4:59 pm

    For a long time I could not decide if I wanted a a sit and stand (looking at the Joovy Caboose Ultralight or Caboose too) or an umbrella (like the Maclaren triumph). Then after reading several reviews and talking to a lot of friends, I decided to buy both an umbrella and a sit and stand.

    I use the umbrella for quick trips around my house…to the mall, walk to the park, to the store…anything that doesn’t require a cart. My daughter prefers to walk with us.

    The sit and stand is bulkier so I don’t carry it with me. However, I use the sit-and-stand stroller for longer activities (visit to the zoo, all day at the mall, long walks). On such days, my daughter walks for a while and then prefers to ride for a while.

    I love the umbrella stroller but the sit and stand stroller is OK and don’t really use it much.

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      Susan September 28, 2017 at 9:46 am

      I think sit and stand are practical strollers, though they tend to be heavy and a little bulky when you fold it.

      But it can be used in different ways – you can use it as a sit and stand, or baby car seat in the front and stand in the back, or a regular double/tandem stroller. I will be using mine again since my youngest will be three when my second baby is born.

      Best thing to do is to go to the store and see if it folds flat enough to fit in your car and also see if its too heavy for you.

      If you feel okay with it, go for it.

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      Jenny April 26, 2017 at 5:20 pm

      Our daughter is almost 3 years old and she loves to ride in the stroller. Places like zoo or Sesame Place would be impossible to visit with kids, without the ability for both to ride in the stroller.

      I would any day prefer the sit and stand. Even if your toddler doesn’t want to ride, you can use that space to keep a diaper bag or grocery bag. It will give you more extra space than what an umbrella stroller gives.

      A sit and stand double stroller is a popular option for parents with 2 kids. Two of the most popular strollers are the Joovy Stand On Tandem Stroller and the Baby Trend Sit N Stand Stroller. Look for safety (built in five-point-harness), storage compartments, snack trays and other useful accessories.

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    Chingerel April 26, 2017 at 8:32 pm

    Spare for Jeep Liberty
    I am looking for infant car seat for jeep stroller we bought 4 years ago but can not find its long make and list of compatible infant car seats, can you please advise full name of this model number and send list of compatible car seats if you have ? the model number on the stroller is JL056-XSA1.

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    Victoria April 26, 2017 at 8:33 pm

    Regarding replacement wheels

    I have a Schwinn jogging stroller and need replacement wheels as they are worped, can you tell me where I can order some? Thank you.

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    PaciFier April 27, 2017 at 7:03 am

    I bought a three shelled stroller from Walmart maybe about $80. That stroller is the best. It rolls over everything, bark, sand. It’s so easy to turn. I love it.

    Our fixed wheel, flat back (not hammock style) mountain buggy was worth every cent. It was light. I could open or close it in one movement. I could lift it easily into the car. It was perfect for running and forest walking. It lasted two children, and our elderly dog (who liked going to the park but could no longer walk the distance towards the end), and still sold it in excellent condition after 10 years use.

    I initially bought a big expensive convertible pram but sold it and bought a cheap and much smaller pram 2nd hand for about $80. I bought a really nice sheepskin rug and popped it in. The kids were happy and the pram was much easier to manage and fit in the boot. As soon as my kids were old enough I switched to a $40 umbrella stroller. Light, small and easy to get in the boot.

    We did get a good quality and quite expensive pram. Nothing to do with snobbery though, as I never really noticed other people’s prams or considered mine made any sort of impact. Our choice only came down to such factors as ease of use, lightweight, multiple aspects, etc.

    We’ve got a second-hand three wheeler all terrain thing which accommodates two (main and tack on the back, or main and tack on the front, main can be totally flat for infants). A pleasure to maneuver and looks the business. I feel naked when we go out without it. If you ain’t got one you ain’t made it, baby.

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    Babiespram April 27, 2017 at 7:06 am

    Had to read this and had a giggle . When my girl was young I bought me a second hand pram for $50. Would walk with my neighbour who also had a kid the same age and who I found out later had a Bugaboo. My pram was so easy to manoeuvre . Hers sadly , was always so hard and she was always struggling with it . Almost collapsed when I found out what she paid for it .

    I bought both my buggies new- my husband is OTT when it comes to safety so not ok with a second hand buggy- based on what features I wanted. For my single I wanted a buggy that was good for running and that had a handbrake as I would be running with 2 large dogs and the best option was not cheap. When it transpired that I’d need a double, I wanted it to be easy to fold and lift into the car as my single was actually really cumbersome in this respect. The buggy that was by far the best in this category was the most expensive but only by a small margin. I have never regretted the money I spent as these buggies have had a lot of use but I know I am fortunate to have had the option to spend more. That said, I’m certainly not snobby about it and I’ve never noticed anyone else be either.

    19 years ago today the 3 wheel mountain buggy was the thing but being short of cash went for the traditional 4 Wheel contraption… however the best we ever had was the light weight banana stroller – once baby was old enough to use one … by far and away the best purchase

    Some babies in strollers do face their mothers… you can even get ones that change direction so you can adapt as the toddler gets bored of looking at you. Lol when was the last time you went pram shopping? There is a lot of variety out there.

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    strollermama April 28, 2017 at 1:32 pm

    These are expensive baby products that you have listed out there. Everything on this list can be bought for less and they are perfect for camping and hiking.

    We found some nice sleeping bags online for $75 that can expand when they get older. Just got another one of our 2 year old that was sleeping in a kidco PeaPod we got for $75 as well.
    A Burly trailer that we got from my sister…there are other nice low cost trailers out there that don’t cost as must as a Chariot, which is the most expensive all the trailers).

    My favorite of all is our kid backpack – Kelly 3.0 kid backpack – that we did spend the most on but well worth it. We used the backpack when we went the San Francisco with our oldest at the time of 1 year and loved it no wheels to get in the way. Also have used it on a overnight hiking trip in the mountains and in over crowed fire works shows.

    As for the trailer it also coverts from a stroller to trailer just like the Chariot and so do many others. The only thing the chariot has is the sky option and a infant sling that is awesome. But I can put a large cooler in my storage area and much more then chariots storage (is limited to a pouch).

    We have not gone to Disney Land but if we did I would take the trailer as a stroller and fit all my kids and gear. And go buy that cheep umbrella stroller to have on hand for places like the store (We have one and leave it in the trunk).

    Another must have is a baby sling or baby carrier also not on this add but we just got a new Carrier but have used the moby wrap for our two other kids and loved it. I had my first kid in the sling under my coat in the winter. Best thing ever she sleep the hole time. My Wife just got the carrier for ester because she had to many close call with the sling (and the carrier has more pockets. Both were less then $100.

    I hope my list has kid friendly better budget camping, hiking gear.

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    Sarah (Location:Suffolk) May 8, 2017 at 7:27 am

    I love this buggy board, it saves my sanity almost daily. My son was 3yr 4ms when my daughter was born, so we really didn’t need it for tired legs as he’s quite capable of walking some distance, but it is SO worth it for the ‘containment’ aspect and to be able to walk places at a sensible pace rather than preschooler pace!

    I’m tall and already have the Oyster handle fully extended for normal use, so I do have to shorten my stride using the board, but it’s well worth it to be able to get going! The simple mechanism to click it up and down is great too, far neater than many others I’ve seen.

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    okboard July 6, 2017 at 3:11 pm

    I bought this stroller board to use with my BOB Sport Utility duallie. I understand it is made to be compatible with several brands of strollers but it doesn’t work very well with my stroller, which is very disappointing. Even though I was able to attach it to the horizontal bar, it tends to fall off from the horizontal bar, making it uneven and forcing me to stop and fix it.

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    Maclaren stroller connector July 6, 2017 at 3:36 pm

    I purchased the Prince lionheart stroller connectors to connect two of my Maclaren Volos (as I could not find any maclaren stroller connector) but I found it very difficult to push the two strollers after using those conectors. I found it hard to maneuver. There was no way I could walk around a whole park with them connected. In fact, it was easier for me to carry one stroller and push the other or just park the strollers and walk around with the two little ones.

    I would say they are nice to have in case one person is left with the two strollers (and both kids are sleeping or too tired to walk), but they really can’t be used to make a double stroller that you can use connected throughout your trip.

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    BobStroller July 6, 2017 at 3:51 pm

    Here are some of the options that seem to work with Bob:

    – The lascal site says buggy board maxi works with BOB.
    – Valco Baby Hitch Hiker does not work with singles but works on doubles (Bob Revolution)
    – The Mountain Buggy Free Rider works with Bob but you need to buy the Free Rider and the adaptor, makes it a bit steep.
    – The Britax Stroller Board is compatible with all BOB strollers:
    – The new bugaboo board works fine on the bob, clips on easily and comes off easily as well

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    ALLY From Chicago July 7, 2017 at 8:02 pm

    Good but not enough protection!

    This sunshade is good but does not protect my baby from the sun while in the infant position. If the sun is behind me it hits my baby directly on the face. Most of the time, I end turning the seat around to face her away from the sun. That would be fine except there is no screen to view my baby when she us facing away. This sunshade would have been perfect if it had the viewing screen as well as the celebrity screen that the bassinet and car seat have…

    Don’t understand why this great feature was left out.

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    Jamie August 26, 2017 at 7:28 pm

    Most Chicco stroller models use rubber wheels but that you shouldn’t be a concern as you can easily buy replacement parts.

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    Leah Thomas September 18, 2017 at 6:52 am

    Baby tray for jogger stroller (baby trend/expedition)

    I am currently looking for a baby tray that fits my jogger stroller, I’m having problems locating this brand.

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    Strollermama September 20, 2017 at 3:25 pm

    I just traveled two weeks ago with a double maclaren stroller, no bag and it didn’t get beat up at all. You stroll it down to where you get on the plane and someone physically places the stroller in the belly of the plane, then they bring it back up to where you get off the plane so it doesn’t go on a belt and get beat up. I would say skip the bag, chances are you won’t have time to get it in and out of the bag while trying to get on/off the plane. I’ve never seen a stroller in a travel bag unless it is being checked.

    A friend of mine faces problems every-time he travelled with strollers and carseats, whether they were checked baggage or gate-checked. On my most recent trip, he used a carseat bag (which wasn’t cheap itself) for their Britax, and the bag got really beat up and the wheels broken off (made it fun to lug through the terminal along with their three year old and suitcase, but at least the seat itself was in good condition!) He says his gate checked stroller always gets really dirty, but not necessarily broken or damaged. He suggests a bag, but says wouldn’t purchase a pricey one.

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    buggybag September 20, 2017 at 3:39 pm

    A stroller can be broken by an airline whilst in transit, they are pretty rough with checked strollers. And if it is not stored in a travel bag, they will often use that as an excuse to not refund you for the damage.

    This has happened to a few friends of mine and frustratingly they had to bear the loss. We have a bugaboo too and will be doing lots of international travel so have invested in a travel bag.

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    Flying with kids September 20, 2017 at 3:46 pm

    What you also need to do is bring a bungee cord to double secure it. Strollers can be damaged if they pop open en route. Imagine some baggage guy trying to fold yours’ back down… Most strollers only have a flimsy latch so when you get to the door of the aircraft, fold your stroller and then wrap the bungee cord around it, either inside or outside the bag (over it might be better). Be sure to have your name and address on it somewhere and make sure the gate-check tag can still be seen.

    Before leaving, remove cup holders, toys, padding and even the sunshade (depending on the design) from your stroller. When you leave the aircraft, exit the door where the wheelchairs and strollers are waiting (listen for announcements and/or ask as you leave) so that you don’t have to walk all the way around to retrieve it!

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    Andrew Massey September 21, 2017 at 4:57 am

    Subject: Baby trend sit and stand

    I was wondering if they sold front canopy’s for the baby trend sit and stand.

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    Strollerdepot September 22, 2017 at 6:08 am

    Most parents go for strollers in the range $10 to $400 and higher. The lower end strollers are generally the lightweight umbrella strollers. Easy folding and storage give these strollers an advantage. High prices for a stroller could indicate greater quality and better features.

    Which would you want a convertible travel system or a stroller and a car seat? A travel system has a stay in the car base, a stroller frame to which the infant carrier/ car safety seat is attached. These are wonderful especially for your newborn baby.

    A play tray that has places for a bottle or juice cup come with strollers. Many strollers come with canopies that have vinyl windows to let you keep an eye on the baby. Easily applied foot brakes that are attached to both rear wheels and a wrist strap brake that can be used together are included on most strollers.

    While you have the strap on it gives you extra safety while you are stopped because the stroller can’t roll away. Strollers are now coming with a parent tray that fits over the handle bar as well as a large storage basket that fits under the seat(s). It has a holder for a cup of coffee or a soda, your cell phone, snack, and your keys.

    Reversible handlebars that can be moved from front to rear or vice versa and are height adjustable are now on most strollers. The reversible handlebars can help you to see your baby while he rides if necessary and the height adjustable feature is a great back saver.

    Will the seat recline enough, if it reclines, to allow your newborn to lie almost flat? Will the seat be comfortable for your baby and well padded? Can the seat padding be removed so it can be washed? Blankets that can be attached with snaps to the seat come on most upper end strollers

    There is a variety of seating arrangements including tandem and side by seating as well as stadium seating which a variation of tandem seating where the rear seat is higher than the front allowing the second child to see more than just the back of a head.

    Jogging strollers have a triangular wheelbase with one large one out in front and two in the rear. Jogging strollers also come with multiple seating. Used or new enjoy your outings with your baby or children.

    Your baby’s stroller becomes like a bunting on wheels with these blankets. Your baby is protected from wind and harsh sunlight with the use of these detachable rain hoods.

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    Bina September 27, 2017 at 5:18 pm

    I have used a buggy board before but wasn’t very comfortable using it. It attaches to the back of the stroller and goes right where your feet go so it’s hard to walk comfortably. I would not recommend buying a double stroller if your son is already 4 years old because he will quickly grow out of it.

    I have seen kids ride in the foot rest, well, until the younger one takes his two feet and shoves him out! It kind of works but I think it depends on the kinds of kids you have – mellow kids are perfect. I have also seen people with the second (small) child sitting on the handle bars using some sort of attachment.

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      Strollermama October 8, 2017 at 8:39 pm

      I had seen the Baby Jogger jump seat long back, but I don’t think it was a great design. Its because the kid at the back would have to stare at the back of the seat in the front. However, that was one option that would allow you to convert a single jogger to a double.

      I haven’t found a single stroller that works really well as a single AND really well as a double. I did a lot of research when we had our first and came to the conclusion that the best solution is to buy a compact single (like the city select) and then get a compact double (like the city double) when the time comes for another child. You can always sell the single stroller if you need to use the money to go toward the double. Strollers like the city select retain their value and can be sold used at a price pretty close to what you paid for them.

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    BC September 27, 2017 at 5:21 pm

    I have identical twins and an older toddler. We have a double (actually it’s a triple, it has a captain’s chair that attaches and also has a buggy board to stand on in back) but we love our single BOB so much that I’m thinking about getting creative and sewing on a buckle to the footwell! I think it would be pretty easy and cheap to have it professionally done. The only problem is that there is no back rest in the footwell area so whoever sits there could only do so for short periods, but my son actually loves riding in it so it must be comfortable.

    I have spent more money in cheep alternatives but they don’t work. I once had a cheap stroller with no swivel front tire and it make it so difficult to push, besides it was heavy as well. you should get a good stroller like bob.

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    Dually September 27, 2017 at 5:27 pm

    I have a sit and stand, and its okay, bit hard to navigate though. It is nice when your baby is in the infant carrier.A double stroller like the Bob Duallie is good but its too big to fit through aisles in the mall, and it breaks my back getting it in and out of the car. (It also takes up a lot of space in the back of my SUV.) I just keep it in the garage and use it for neighborhood walks. It’s great for trips to the zoo.

    The concept of buggy board looks nice, you can give it a try, especially if your older one is around four.

    This stroller thing can be a challenge to figure out,what works and what doesn’t. I own several strollers and baby carriers and use them all in different situations. Strollers are becoming better and I hope to find that all-in-one product someday.

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    MomRox September 28, 2017 at 5:06 pm

    These come with harness now but earlier I used to hate my sit and stand stroller. The child that can sit/stand is free to get up. I was constantly chasing mine to make him sit back down. And sometimes when I would start to go my ds (dear son) would stand up and accident bump his mouth on the handles or fall off because there was nothing securing them in.

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    Mrs Guppy September 28, 2017 at 5:12 pm

    Most double strollers have a bad reputation for being heavy and cumbersome, and of course being pricey too. When I was pregnant with my second child, I spent a lot of time figuring out which double stroller to buy.

    I didn’t have a huge budget to spend and I needed a stroller that could use my current car seat – more like a travel system, and I needed one that would grow with my soon to be three-year-old. Most sit and stand strollers have very little space behind for the toddler to stand or sit.

    However, the Baby Trend Sit N Stand stroller convinced me to go for it. It maneuvers well, there’s a strap across the back so that the bigger kid won’t fall back/off and it works with most infant car seats.

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    onastroll October 4, 2017 at 5:39 pm

    The buckle on my Maclaren pram broke as our babysitter didn’t know how to use it properly, and support sent us a free replacement really quickly via mail. Customer service on the phone was excellent.

    However, a friend of mine didn’t have a nice experience. His Maclaren Quest rear left wheel fell off and was repaired, only to have the rear right one fall off. He was told he’d have to pay all costs for the second wheel and obviously he was very unimpressed.

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    Tarun October 14, 2017 at 9:04 am

    Where to find stroller wheels replacement in India?

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