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Best Double Strollers of 2024

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If you have more than one little one on the way or you’re having a second baby while your first is still in diapers , you probably have a lot of questions. Will I ever sleep again? How many cups of coffee is too many cups of coffee? And how will I get around with two kiddos in tow? Push two strollers ?

While we may not be able to help with those first two questions, we can help with the last two. Meet the double stroller : a parent’s best friend when you have two (or more) kids close in age.

Babylist’s Top Picks for the Best Double Strollers

  • Best Side-by-Side: Baby Jogger City Mini GT2 Double Stroller
  • Best Convertible: UPPAbaby Vista V2 Stroller
  • Best More Affordable Convertible: Mockingbird Single-to-Double Stroller
  • Best Affordable Double: Graco Ready2Grow LX 2.0 Double Stroller
  • Best for Travel: Zoe Twin+
  • Best Lightweight: Joovy Caboose Ultralight Graphite Stroller
  • Best for Twins: Bugaboo Donkey5 Mono Complete Stroller
  • Best Jogging: BOB Gear Revolution Flex 3.0 Duallie Double Jogging Stroller
  • Best Stroller Wagon: Evenflo Pivot Xplore All-Terrain Stroller Wagon
  • Best Eco-Friendly: Bumbleride Indie Twin Double Jogging Stroller
  • Best Umbrella: Summer Infant 3Dlite Double Convenience Lightweight Double Stroller

In This Article

  • How We Chose the Best Double Strollers
  • Our Top Picks

Do You Need a Double Stroller?

Types of double strollers, what to consider before buying a double stroller, frequently asked questions, babylist’s picks for the best double strollers, best side-by-side double stroller.

Baby Jogger City Mini GT2 Double Stroller - Jet - $719.99.

Baby Jogger City Mini GT2 Double Stroller - Jet

  • Quick, easy fold
  • Near-flat seat recline
  • Forever Air rubber tires

What Our Experts Say

Baby Jogger strollers are known for their easy, one-handed folds, and this double version is no exception. With just one handle pull, this side-by-side stroller folds down quickly and completely flat—no small feat for any stroller, but especially for a double. It’s definitely our favorite feature about this side-by-side double and the thing parents rave about the most. We also love this stroller’s maneuverability and that it fits through 36-inch doorways, which isn’t always the case with all doubles. Each canopy has its own peek-a-boo window and the seats have near-flat independent reclines for napping on the go, two more standouts.

What’s Worth Considering

This stroller can hold one car seat with an adaptor, but can’t hold two, so it’s not a great choice for twins. (For multiples, check out the City Select 2 , a convertible stroller that offers up to 24 riding possibilities, including adding two infant car seats.) The storage basket is also on the smaller side and tough to reach from behind.

What Babylist Parents Say

“It’s a bit big, and you should make sure it fits in your car first. But it maneuvers so well and makes it easy to stroll with two kids.” -Kenna

Additional Specs

Best convertible double stroller.

UPPAbaby Vista V2 Stroller - Anthony - $999.99.

UPPAbaby Vista V2 Stroller - Anthony

  • Can accommodate up to three kids
  • Lots of configurations (including for twins)
  • Smooth ride and lots of high-end features

The Vista is a high-quality, extremely durable convertible stroller that’s just as popular with parents who use it in its single mode as it is with those who use it as a tandem double. It’s one of the best strollers around for a growing family, built to accommodate up to three kids with the addition of Uppa’s Rumble Seat and a Ride-Along Board . (It also works for twins; it can accommodate two bassinets, two car seats or two toddler seats at the same time.) It’s pricey, but it comes with a lot: a bassinet, a rain/bug shield, more than ample storage space in the basket for up to 30 pounds of stuff and a toddler seat for kids up to 50 pounds. It’s also beautifully designed, boasts an impressive suspension system for a smooth ride (even over uneven surfaces) and is sturdy enough to withstand years of heavy use.

There’s no getting around the fact that a fully loaded Vista is tough to push and steer. It’s especially front-heavy when a toddler sits in the bottom seat, which is probably the stroller’s biggest fault. It’s also bulky, pricey and not super easy to break down.

“We love it—both us and the kids. It’s a good value. The ability to add on the toddler standing board is very cool, and it’s easy to fold. The only drawback is it’s difficult to put the folded stroller into our trunk.” -Lisa S.

Best More Affordable Convertible Double Stroller

Mockingbird Single-to-Double Stroller - Black/Watercolor Canopy With Penny Leather - $450.00.

Mockingbird Single-to-Double Stroller - Black/Watercolor Canopy With Penny Leather

  • High-end features at an affordable price point
  • 18+ different seat configurations
  • Modern, fun colors and fabrics

If you have your eyes on the Vista but can’t justify the price tag, you’re in luck. Mockingbird is a direct-to-consumer brand that skips the retail markups so they can bring you a luxury stroller for a whole lot less. Sharing many of the same features as UPPAbaby’s Vista stroller, the Mockingbird Single-to-Double boasts 18+ configurations and a one-handed fold at about a third of the price. Both seats are the same size and can be switched to either forward- or parent-facing. This stroller works from birth with the addition of a car seat (just remember you’ll need adapters) or the Mockingbird Bassinet or Infant Seat Insert , both sold separately. There’s also a Riding Board if that attaches to the back of the stroller and lets an addition rider sit or stand as you stroll. And additionalwe love all of the fabric canopy color and pattern options.

Overall, the Mockingbird isn’t quite as sturdy and doesn’t offer quite as smooth of a ride as the Vista—but it’s pretty close, which is really impressive considering the stroller’s much more affordable price tag. And much like the Vista, it can feel a bit unwieldy when you’re pushing it in tandem mode.

For another single-to-double convertible stroller option that’s a little easier on the wallet, check out Evenflo’s Pivot Xpand . It’s not quite as luxe as the Vista or the Mockingbird but it’s versatile (works for one, two or three kids using various attachments), offers a fairly smooth ride and has some really nice features like a large storage basket, modular seating, large tires and rear-wheel suspension.

Best Affordable Double Stroller

Graco Ready2Grow LX 2.0 Double Stroller - Clark - $269.99.

Graco Ready2Grow LX 2.0 Double Stroller - Clark

  • Budget-friendly
  • Lots of accessories
  • Bench or standing option for toddlers

This budget-friendly double stroller is one of the most affordable on our best-of list and will save your wallet without sacrificing on features. The Duo has a ton of different riding options, which is pretty impressive considering its price tag. The stroller comes with two stroller seats, a bench seat and a standing platform, and you can mix and match as needed. It also accepts two infant car seats, making it a twin-friendly option. The other standout feature is the fold. It’s pretty compact and folds the same way as most single strollers, so although it will take up a bit more room in your trunk or storage space, it’s a definite pro. The storage basket is pretty large and each seat features a full-size canopy.

This double stroller offers a lot for the price, but there are some drawbacks. The Ready2Grow only accepts Graco brand car seats. It also has plastic wheels (not rubber), so it doesn’t ride smoothly on uneven terrain. The seats can be a bit cramped for two toddlers, and the rear seat can only be used in the parent-facing position.

“Super smooth and so easy to add car seat to. I wish the seats had more padded options and the front one had a snack tray, but not the end of the world. Much more realistic in price then the Mockingbird.” -Christina

Best Double Stroller for Travel

Zoe Twin+  - $449.00.

  • Lightweight
  • Quick, compact fold perfect for on-the-go
  • Disney-approved

Traveling with two kids can be stressful, but choosing a travel stroller doesn’t have to be. The Twin+ has all of the features we look for in a double travel stroller: it’s light, narrow, features a quick, one-handed compact fold and comes with a child snack holder and parent cup holder. At only 19 pounds and 29 inches wide, it easily fits through standard doorways and is Disney-approved. There’s even an option to turn it into a stroller for three (or four!) by adding a triple or a quad seat.

While pushing this stroller on (mostly) flat surfaces is easy, it’s not so great when it comes to bumpier terrain. There’s no option to attach car seats and the seats don’t recline completely flat, so it’s not a great choice for newborns.

“This stroller is everything! It is lightweight, allowing me to easily get it out the SUV, glides so smoothly across the ground and folds practically flat! Hands down the best stroller we’ve owned!” -Amy

Best Lightweight Double Stroller

Joovy Caboose Ultralight Graphite Stroller - Black - $249.99.

Joovy Caboose Ultralight Graphite Stroller - Black

  • Lightest tandem on the market
  • Good for baby + toddler
  • Compact frame

Not all double strollers have to be big, bulky and heavy. Weighing in at just 23.5 pounds, the Joovy Caboose is the lightest tandem stroller on the market and one of the most compact. It’s built for a baby and a toddler, with room for the baby in a car seat or five-point harness up front and an older child in the back either sitting or standing on a sliding bench seat. Parents especially love the stability of the standing platform, much more so than stroller board attachments found on many other brands.

If your little one is, let’s say…willful, this sit-and-stand stroller may not be a great option. Joovy does sell a rear seat attachment for children under two and a half years old who aren’t yet ready to stand.

“Handles very well, and it sets up and breaks down easily, and it’s not too bulky. The storage underneath the stroller is too small though.” -S. Holmes

Best Double Stroller for Twins

Bugaboo donkey5 mono complete stroller - stormy blue.

  • Slim profile; fits through most doorways
  • Unmatched suspension and maneuverability

Not all double strollers are created equally, especially when it comes to twins. If you’re shopping for a twin stroller, you’ll want to make sure it accommodates two bassinets and/or two infant car seats at the same time. You’ll also want to be conscious of storage, maneuverability and the stroller’s width. Bugaboo’s Donkey5 gets an A++ in all of these categories. It’s one of the narrowest doubles on the market, so fitting through standard doorways and other crowded spaces won’t be an issue. There’s an incredible suspension system for a smooth ride even over bumpy terrain (it can even curb hop!) and an adjustable handlebar for strollers of different heights. It even pushes and turns easily, making you (almost) forget you’re hauling around twice the weight as most parents.

The Donkey5 is a luxury stroller and with that comes a luxury price tag, especially when you start adding on twin must-haves like the Duo Extension Set and the Twin Bassinet Fabric set. But if your double stroller is your main mode of transportation each and every day, we believe this expensive stroller is well worth the high price tag if you can swing it.

While still pricey, the Valco Trend Duo is another side-by-side option that’s about half the price of the Donkey and is similarly loved by twin parents.

Best Double Jogging Stroller

Bob gear revolution flex 3.0 duallie double jogging stroller - graphite black.

  • Effortlessly handles any terrain for a comfortable ride
  • 9-position adjustable handlebar
  • Tons of storage

Jogging with one kid is impressive enough, but jogging with two? You rock. The double version of Bob’s popular running stroller will help you get your sweat on with its impressive mountain-bike style suspension system, comfortable seats and nine-position adjustable handlebar for parents or caregivers of any height. There’s tons of storage—both under the stroller and in any of the ten pockets—and XL sun canopies so you can get out in any type of weather. It also pairs with many popular infant car seats and fits through most doorways.

Although this double jogger does fit through most doorways, it’s a big, bulky stroller—so be sure to do some measuring before you buy, especially if you’ll be loading it in and out of your trunk on the regular.

Looking for something a bit sleeker that can still handle any terrain? You may want to also check out the Thule Urban Glide 2 Double Stroller .

Best Double Stroller Wagon

Evenflo pivot xplore all-terrain stroller wagon - wayfarer.

  • Stroller + wagon hybrid
  • Tackles all types of terrain
  • Very versatile

We know what you’re thinking: this isn’t a double stroller. But wait! The Pivot Xplore is a wagon + stroller hybrid and a super fun way to transport two kids when you’re on the go. Stroller wagons can be a great alternative for pushing kids around, especially when you go to the beach or park. With one quick flip of the handle, the Xplore transforms from a wagon into a stroller that’s suitable for kids from six months up to five years old. (You can get even more versatility by adding in a toddler seat and a car seat adapter , sold separately.) The all-terrain wheels tackle almost any surface and the wagon features a telescoping handle to accommodate different heights.

The Xplore doesn’t handle all that well on the beach, especially on softer sand. For a beach-ready stroller wagon check out the Veer Cruiser .

“This is such a great wagon! It is definitely become one of our go-to strollers/travel system. We used it with the infant seat attachment when my son was a newborn and it was very sturdy. My son now sits in the wagon and loves being in it. It folds down to a great size and doesn’t take up the entire trunk. I love the push and pull options of the handle. I definitely recommend this wagon!” -Jessica

Best Eco-Friendly Double Stroller

Bumbleride indie twin double jogging stroller - sea glass.

  • Environmentally friendly
  • Dual car seat and bassinet compatible
  • All-wheel suspension

Bumbleride has kept one million plastic water bottles out of landfills since 2011. If that’s not reason enough to love them, we’re not sure what is. (Turns out their strollers are pretty great too.) The Indie Twin is an environmentally friendly stroller that’s great for twins or for kids of different ages. This side-by-side works from birth either with the fully reclining seats + adjustable footrest or with the addition of two car seats or two bassinets (sold separately) and features all-wheel suspension for a smooth ride. There’s a one-step fold and gripped handles for carrying plus lots of convenient features like large canopies each with a peekaboo window and a roomy cargo basket.

The biggest complaint from parents is head and legroom; lots of parents wish there was a bit more, especially those with toddlers on the taller side.

Best Double Umbrella Stroller

Summer infant 3dlite double convenience lightweight double stroller.

  • Lightweight stroller
  • Carry handle for easier transport
  • Dual adjustable seats and canopies

While not the sturdiest or the most accessorized in the stroller world, umbrella strollers are lightweight, generally very affordable and super convenient for travel or day trips and make a great addition to your stroller lineup. This double umbrella stroller checks all of those boxes. Notable features include individually reclining seats and adjustable canopies, a compact fold and light weight, a carry strap for when you need to take it on the go, a fairly large storage basket and a parent cup holder.

One of the biggest flaws of umbrella strollers is that the handlebars don’t adjust up or down, making them tricky to push if you’re on the taller side. Other parent complaints include a fold that’s tricky to master without a little practice.

If you’re looking for a higher-end double umbrella option, check out the UPPAbaby G-Link V2 .

Other Double Strollers We Love

  • The Mountain Buggy Nano Duo Buggy is a lightweight option that makes a solid choice if you’re looking for a double travel stroller. It weighs in at about 20 pounds and is easy to fold and carry. It’s also newborn compatible.
  • Nuna’s DEMI Next Stroller is a convertible single-to-double option that rivals the UPPAbaby Vista V2. There are 25+ modes of use (including for twins) and features custom dual suspension for an incredibly smooth ride.
  • The Baby Trend Sit N Stand Ultra Tandem Stroller is an affordable choice if you’re looking for multiple seating options for a baby and a toddler. Older toddlers love the independence of the standing bench and parents love the one-handed fold.
  • Joovy’s Kooper X2 Double Stroller is a side-by-side loved for its narrow width, one-handed fold and XL wheels.

How We Choose the Best Double Strollers

  • We analyzed results from Babylist’s Best Baby Products survey, which polled 6,000 Babylist users and asked them to share the baby products they love the most and why.
  • We utilized insight from the Babylist editorial team, including Gear Editor Jen LaBracio, an expert in the baby space for over six years and a mom of two who has written hundreds of baby gear guides and personally researched and tested hundreds of baby products, including many double strollers.
  • We reviewed customer reviews from hundreds of real Babylist parents.

Most parents with multiple kids close in age choose to purchase a double stroller—and use it a lot . But it’s a big investment. If you already have a single stroller and aren’t sure you want to pony up for a double, there are a few options to explore.

  • Stroller boards: Some strollers offer a ride-along board for an older sibling that attaches to the back of the stroller base. There are also universal boards that work with lots of different stroller brands. Before you to this route, though, you’ll need to make sure your child is up for—and capable of—the challenge.
  • Baby carrier: You can also explore using a baby carrier for your younger child and putting the older one in a single stroller. But this won’t work for twins , and will only work for as long as your second child can fit in a carrier.

There are three basic types of double strollers: side-by-sides, in-lines and convertibles. Each option has pros and cons, and choosing which one is right for you can depend on a few different factors.

Side-by-Side Strollers

Side-by-side strollers , as the name implies, have seats that are positioned next to each other.

In-line Strollers

In-line strollers , sometimes also called tandem strollers, are single-file seats with one seat in front of the other. The two seats can be the same height, but often in-line strollers have what’s termed as “stadium seating” with the back seat raised higher than the front for better viewing.

Convertible Strollers

Convertible strollers are strollers that can be used as a single stroller or converted into a double (or even a triple) by adding on a second seat and accessories . The majority of convertible strollers are in-lines, but there are a few side-by-side convertibles on the market.

What About Stroller Wagons?

Another option some families are considering when figuring out a way to cart around two little ones: a stroller wagon .

The stroller wagon—a stroller + wagon hybrid with the push and maneuverability of a stroller combined with the fun and functionality of a wagon—has been gaining in popularity recently, and for good reason. Stroller wagons can handle a variety of different terrain, hold anywhere from two to four children (some can work for infants with the addition of an infant car seat and adapters) and come with lots of accessories. They’re also, simply put, pretty fun. But there are a few things you need to think through if you’re considering one in lieu of a double stroller.

  • Stroller wagons feature both pull and push functionality, but even the highest-end ones aren’t as easy to maneuver as a tradtional double stroller. They’re also bulky, very heavy and often tricky to break down. If you’re looking for something to use for walks around the neighborhood or quick trips to the park, then a stroller wagon can be a solid choice. But they’re not ideal for consistent, everyday use, if you’re trying to navigate city streets or tight spaces or if you’re getting in and out of a car all day.
  • Not all stroller wagons accommodate infants, and the ones that do require separate (and often brand-specific) infant car seats and adapters. If you need to transport an infant and a toddler, you’ll need to be sure the stroller wagon you choose can accomplish that.

Size and Maneuverability

Double strollers aren’t known for being compact—but there are some that are smaller and more streamlined than others. Consider how you’ll be using your double stroller and where you’ll be storing it. Do you need a double stroller that fits through narrower doorways? Will you be keeping it in your car, in an apartment or in a garage? Will you need to lift the stroller often, or break it down for storage? You’ll want to consider all of these factors before you decide which double stroller is best for you. You’ll also want to think through maneuverability. A city family in an elevator building using a stroller day in and day out needs a double that’s easy to turn, steer and push, whereas a family who plans to use a double more infrequently (or in a different living environment) doesn’t need to be as focused on maneuverability.

How important are features to you when considering a double stroller? Things like stroller configuration, modular seating, fabric, canopy size, basket storage, an adjustable handlebar, reclining seats, cupholders and suspension are just some of the things to consider as you shop. You should also think about if you want a double stroller that accommodates infant car seats or bassinets (and in which configurations) and research the weight range of your double stroller—both for each seat individually and the stroller overall.

Double strollers are an investment, costing anywhere from a few hundred dollars to well over a thousand. While pricier strollers tend to have more features such as higher-end fabrics, modular seats and better suspension, there are also many affordable doubles that are still high-quality. Consider how often and for how many years you’ll be using your double stroller and what features are important to you (and what you think you can skip) when setting your budget.

What Is the Best Double Stroller?

The best double stroller for your family depends on your lifestyle and your personal situation. Consider how you’ll use a double stroller most often.

  • Do you live in a crowded city or in an apartment building with narrow doorways, or will you mostly be using your double stroller in the suburbs or in a more rural area?
  • How much room do you have to store a double stroller?
  • If you need it for two infants, do both seats accommodate infant car seats?
  • If you need it for a toddler and a baby, does the stroller have a high enough weight limit to accommodate older children?
  • Do you travel frequently?

Thinking through these types of questions will help you decide on the best double stroller for your family.

What age range is best for a double stroller?

The age range for a double stroller typically varies based on the weight and height of the children and the weight and height requirements of the stroller itself. Most double strollers are designed to accommodate infants as young as a few months old up to toddlers who are around four or five years old. However, it’s always important to check the manufacturer’s guidelines and recommendations to ensure that the stroller is appropriate for your particular children’s age, weight and height.

Can I take a double stroller through the airport?

Yes, you can take a double stroller through the airport. However, it’s important to check with your airline beforehand to make sure that the stroller meets their size and weight requirements. You may also need to fold and check the stroller at the gate or at the check-in counter before boarding the plane. And be sure to arrive at the airport early to allow enough time for these procedures.

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Best double strollers

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What is a double stroller?

What to look for in a double stroller.

Double strollers are amazingly helpful: Some hold two children side by side, while others hold one in front, one in back, and sometimes a third as well. We analyzed reviews in the BabyCenter Community and used our editors’ research to discover parents' most-recommended double strollers. Read on to find out which double strollers parents of twins or multiples think are the most versatile, the most maneuverable, the best for jogging, and more.

Best double stroller overall

Joovy caboose graphite stand on tandem stroller.

The Joovy Caboose is the lightest double stroller on our list by far. It's also compact, maneuverable, and relatively inexpensive. The Caboose Graphite is designed for a baby and older sibling, with room for an infant car seat in the front and a rear seat and platform in the back so toddlers and older kids can sit or stand. The rear seat is a bench seat that faces back toward you, but you can buy a full, forward-facing second seat as an add-on if you prefer. We love that the Joovy comes with a reclining front seat and a built-in snack tray. Plus, the front seat has a universal car seat adapter, so it will hold almost any infant car seat.

This Joovy doesn't have the option to add a third seat – for that, you'll need the Joovy Qool Opens a new window . Also, it can't accommodate two infant car seats, so it's not the stroller for you if you have twin babies. Finally, if you want the parent organizer, you'll have to buy it separately.

Parents say

"I just got my Joovy Caboose Graphite, and so far I'm loving it. I have a Safety 1st infant car seat in the front, and I still have plenty of room for my 2-year-old to sit in the back. The stroller moves easily and it's not too heavy."

"I got a Joovy almost seven years ago and I still love it. It folds up so small."

"I have a Joovy Caboose and it's so easy to open, close, and push."

"We have the Joovy Caboose. It's really lightweight and folds to fit in a small car trunk. It worked well with my kids even though my oldest was about 2 at the time. I was worried he was too small for the 'back seat,' but it was fine."

  • Stroller dimensions (unfolded): 41.5 x 21.5 x 37 inches
  • Stroller dimensions (folded): 10.5 x 21.5 x 41.5 inches
  • Stroller weight: 28.5 pounds
  • Can accommodate up to 90 pounds (45 on each seat)

Best double jogging stroller

Bob revolution flex 3.0 duallie.

BOB strollers are a pleasure to push and maneuver thanks to their large, air-filled tires, superior suspension, and lightweight frame. And while double jogging strollers can feel massive and bulky, the BOB 3.0 is lighter than many tandem strollers and narrow enough to fit through most doorways. It also meets Disney size requirements. The BOB is compatible with a wide range of infant car seats (though adapters are sold separately) and has generous, extended sun canopies to keep kids comfortable. Parents appreciate the generous cargo basket and storage pockets, plus the adjustable handlebar.

The seats on the BOB sit up or lean back together (they can't be reclined independently), which may be frustrating if one child wants to rest and the other wants to take in the sights. Also, this stroller is a bit tricky to fold and takes two hands. Finally, you'll pay extra for the infant car seat adapters, parent console, and child snack trays.

"A BOB double stroller was worth the splurge for our family because it made it so much easier to get out on a walk or jog when our kids were small. We used ours for 10 years and then sold it, so it was a good investment. The 3.0 has all the excellent BOB features but is less wide, heavy, and bulky."

  • Stroller weight: 33.1 pounds
  • Stroller dimensions (folded): 40 x 30.5 x 17.5 inches
  • Can accommodate up to 100 pounds (50 pounds in each seat)

Best double stroller for twins

Ready2grow double stroller.

If you have twins, this versatile workhorse of a stroller makes it easier for you to get out and about from your earliest days, accepting two Graco infant car seats at once that you can snap in and out easily. On the other hand, if you have a little and a big, you can carry one in a car seat and one in the stroller's (included) toddler seat, then when they get older, the top seat pops off  entirely so your first child can stand on a sturdy platform while the younger one rides in the toddler seat. 

The canopy doesn't attach to the back of the seat, so wind and errant rays can sneak in. Some parents say that the handle is high up and better for taller parents. 

“It was very easy to assemble and folds up simply.”

  • Stroller dimensions (unfolded) 40 x 25.6 x 47.4 inches
  • Stroller weight: 32 pounds
  • Stroller can accommodate up to 90 pounds (50 pounds in the front seat, 40 pounds in the rear seat)  

Easiest double stroller to fold

Baby trend sit n stand double stroller.

Like the Graco Modes, the Baby Trend Sit N Stand is a very adaptable double stroller that works well for all kinds of families, including those with twins and children close in age. You can use this double stroller with two infant car seats (it accepts Baby Trend car seats, as well as most other major car seat brands). It also offers two toddler seats with harnesses, as well as a bench seat that bigger kids can use to sit or stand. The Baby Trend comes with a swing-away child tray and included cup holder, as well as a parent console with a cover and cup holders. The one-handed fold is the real deal and makes transporting this stroller super simple.

The storage basket for this stroller is located under the front seat and in front of the standing platform, which means if you have a child sitting in the back or using the platform, it's not very accessible. Also, this stroller is for two children max and has a lower weight limit than some of the other double strollers on this list.

"I have this stroller and love it so far. My 3-year-old likes it because he can sit in the back and get in and out of the stroller easily."

"I just got the Sit N Stand – my first will be 23 months old when the baby is born. For the price, I'm happy with it. The only thing I don't like is that the undercarriage storage is next to impossible to access."

"It's been fabulous, especially for going to the zoo, park, mall, etc. Our 3-year-old loves being able to get up when he wants and tends to walk a lot now, but we'll use it for the littles – there will be 18 months between Baby 2 and Baby 3."

"My trusty Sit N Stand has held up through four kids, countless walks, and years of abuse pushing it uphill on dirt roads. I love it, and for the price it can't be beat!"

  • Stroller dimensions: 49 x 21.5 x 43 inches
  • Stroller weight: 32.5 pounds
  • Stroller can accommodate up to 80 pounds (40 in each seat)

Best double stroller with generous storage

Chicco cortina together double stroller.

If you like Chicco car seats and tons of storage, this is a good pick. The Cortina Together holds two Chicco infant car seats, or configured without the car seats it has two forward-facing, reclining seats with their own canopies for comfort. The storage on this stroller is our favorite part – the oversize under-basket is easily accessible from the back, even with the kids loaded up, and has a zippered panel to keep valuables safe.

Some parents say the Cortina is difficult to maneuver and especially hard to steer around corners.

"After going through tons of reviews for weeks, we finally went with the Chicco Keyfit 30 car seats and the Chicco Cortina Together double stroller for our twins. We're happy so far."

"It's easy to fold and unfold, the storage basket has plenty of room, and the rear seat has more leg room than expected. It's easy to maneuver, and the wheel brakes are easy to engage. I like the fact that the front bar comes off and can be interchanged with dual cupholders that come with the stroller. The parent bar doesn't have a lot of storage, but it's not a big deal to me. Overall, I'm happy with the Cortina Together and recommend it."

  • Stroller dimensions (folded): 47.75 x 23.5 x 16.75 inches
  • Stroller dimensions (unfolded): 47.25 x 23.5 x 45.5 inches
  • Stroller weight: 34 pounds
  • Can accommodate up to 90 pounds

Most maneuverable double stroller

Contours curve tandem double stroller.

Not only does this beauty look like a dream, it moves like one too. The Contours Curve Tandem has extra wheels (a total of six) to make its signature 360-degree turning smooth and easy. Parents who frequent busy areas and urban sidewalks will appreciate its curb-assist feature and tight turn radius for navigating crowds and small spaces. You can use this stroller with two infant car seats (you'll have to buy the brand-specific car seat adapter separately), or big kids up to 40 pounds in each seat. We love that the seats can be swiveled to face each other, or face forward or backward. Also, the seats are water-resistant and wipe clean.

In addition to the steep price tag, you may end up paying for add-on accessories including a bassinet, car seat adaptors, and child cup holders.

"I'm really liking the Contours Curve Double! It's a bit pricey, but I really like that it seems more compact and that the two littles will be able to face each other at some point."

"My son will be 18 months old when this new babe arrives, so I just bought the Contours Curve! I like it!"

  • Stroller dimensions (folded): 25 x 23 x 39 inches
  • Stroller dimensions (unfolded): 25 x 51 x 41 inches
  • Stroller weight: 39 pounds
  • Can accommodate up to 80 pounds (40 pounds in each seat)

A double stroller is like a regular stroller, except with room for two (and sometimes three) kids. If you have twins or two young children close in age, a double stroller is a must-have for getting around. 

Double strollers come in two main types: tandem and side by side. Tandem strollers are made to fit two kids in one stroller with one in the front and one in the back. The width of the stroller is usually the same as a stroller for one child, which makes it easier to get through doors and handle crowded sidewalks. Some tandem strollers can even accommodate three children with the addition of accessories like a bench seat or standing platform.

Side-by-side strollers, on the other hand, fit two children seated next to each other. Many double jogging strollers are designed this way for increased safety and stability while running. Side-by-side strollers are wider and sometimes heavier than tandem strollers. But because they aren't as long, they're usually easier to turn and maneuver.

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Side-by-sides, tandems, a jogger and the ultimate pick for travel (Disney!).

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What's the best double stroller for most families? Our top-tested model for 2023 remains the Baby Jogger City Mini GT2 Double Stroller , which has the best intersection of comfort for the kids, quality wheels that can handle different terrain, ease of fold and reasonable pricing based on the years it will last you. It consistently earns top marks from our testers and on-staff parenting pros. If you have a tighter budget, only need to use a double stroller for short errands or are looking for a double stroller for travel to Disney, there's no beating the price of the Delta Children LX Side by Side Stroller .

At the Good Housekeeping Institute , our product experts test baby strollers based on factors like maneuverability, ease of pushing and turning, stability, how comfortable the handlebars are and the amount of storage space available. Our Lab experts tested 30 double strollers and handpicked the best ones based on top brand performance and rave user reviews.

Whether you're looking for a double stroller for Disney World or are interested in jogging with your baby , these are the best double strollers of 2023 .

Our top picks:

City Mini GT2 Double Stroller

Best Overall Double Stroller

Baby jogger city mini gt2 double stroller.

LX Side by Side Stroller

Best Value Double Stroller

Delta children lx side by side stroller.

G-Link 2 Stroller

Best Side-by-Side Double Stroller

Uppababy g-link 2 stroller.

Vista V2 Stroller

Most Versatile Double Stroller

Uppababy vista v2 stroller.

3Dlite Lightweight Double Stroller for Infant & Toddler

Best Lightweight Double Stroller

Summer infant 3dlite lightweight double stroller for infant & toddler.

Demi Grow Double Stroller

Best Tandem Double Stroller

Nuna demi grow double stroller.

The Twin+

Best Double Stroller for Disney

Zoe the twin+.

Caboose Ultralight Sit and Stand Double Stroller

Best Double Stroller for an Infant and Toddler

Joovy caboose ultralight sit and stand double stroller.

Pivot Xplore All-Terrain Stroller Wagon

Best Double Stroller Wagon

Evenflo pivot xplore all-terrain stroller wagon.

Revolution Flex 3.0 Duallie Double Jogging Stroller

Best Double Stroller for Jogging

Bob gear revolution flex 3.0 duallie double jogging stroller.

At the end of this article, you can find more information on how we test double strollers, a rundown of the different types of double strollers and expert tips to help you decide if purchasing a double stroller is worth it for your needs. Looking for more baby gear to invest in? Take a look at our picks for the best cribs for babies and toddlers , best bassinets and best portable car seats .

Our Lab experts love the City Mini GT2's design because it has all the best features of the original GT model: roomy seats for both kids, a super-simple fold and rubber wheels that can take on tough sidewalks and dirt paths . This GT2 also includes large peekaboo windows in the canopies with magnetic closures and an adjustable leg area so your child can rest their calves comfortably.

Testers say this is a double that rolls smoothly — its all-wheel suspension helps with that. Our Lab experts also like the fold: You pull up on straps, one on each seat (under where a child sits), and the whole thing folds in half in a second or two. You can then store it resting upright. To open, you lift a latch and unfold it, which also only takes a few seconds.

The basket, while nice and wide, is completely under the seats and a bit difficult to access. (You have to bend down and reach over.) Our testers stashed things in the pockets behind each seat whenever possible. But our lead tester's family appreciated the adjustable handlebar, saying, "It easily adjusted between me at five-foot-three and my husband at six-foot-one."

This lightweight pick has been popular for years as a less bulky way to get two kids, toddler age and above, around. It weighs only about 18 pounds, and our analysts found that the lightweight frame made the stroller easy to fold, carry and store in the trunk or at home. Plus, the price is hard to beat!

Part of what makes the fold so slim is that there's no storage basket, though there are two pockets behind each seat. Our lead tester's husband complained about the handle placement being low, saying, "It's not ideal for tall parents." The small canopies also keep the stroller lightweight, but they're not very sun-shielding, so if you take your kids out for long sunlit walks, we'd recommend getting something bigger or adding on an additional stroller sunshade. This stroller is perfect for short runs to stores, parks and preschool. And if you're looking for a way to easily move two kids through an airport, this pick is for you. It also meets Disney size requirements if you're looking for a stroller to get you through the parks and on and off the buses.

Because each seat on the G-Link 2 can hold up to 55 pounds and has a long seat back, this is a long-lasting side-by-side double stroller that could be great for two older kids, for twins as they grow or for giving your older child a seat next to your younger kid for many years. In our testing, we loved how easy it is to fold and unfold this stroller, but it does not stand upright when folded, so you have to lay it down in your trunk or at home. Parents can take advantage of the built-in travel handle for easier transport.

The wheels on the G-Link 2 are small and meant for city strolling, not for trails. It features multi-position reclining seats and UPF 50+ sunshades. There's a cup holder for a parent on the back, as well as a storage pocket on the back of each seat, in addition to the wide (if shallow) basket.

Whether you have one child, two or three, this stroller can transition from birth through toddlerhood : Put a baby in the bassinet (included) and an additional child in the UPPAbaby RumbleSeat V2 (sold separately). Add the Vista PiggyBack ride-along board to the back and you can even take three kids, which our lead tester tried out and appreciated. The Vista V2 comes with a rain shield, and the basket, which can hold up to 30 pounds of stuff, has some spring to it, so you can pull it down to grab things out.

The Vista V2 is at the top of our list of the best strollers because if you start with this for your first kid, you can add to it and make it a double later, then subtract and turn it back into a single when your youngest is the only one still in a stroller. This Vista V2 features an extendable canopy and a no-rethread harness, which our Lab experts explain "make it simple to adjust the shoulder straps as your child grows taller." Reversible seats mean your kids can be parent-facing or facing the outside world. Our experts say to keep in mind that folding, lifting and storing this stroller requires extra effort compared with lightweight strollers .

Summer Infant 3Dlite Lightweight Double Stroller for Infant & Toddler

If you have a family road trip coming up or if you're looking for a compact option to fit in your car while driving to and from outings, this model by Summer Infant is an affordable double stroller that won't take up much room in your trunk — and it can seat a baby as young as 6 months.

It includes a carry handle and is lightweight for everyday travel and beyond. Additional features include seats that recline separately (in case one kid wants to lean back and the other wants to sit up), storage baskets underneath and (granted, minimal) canopies to keep the sun out of your kids' eyes. While this double stroller is a great option for families who travel a lot, a tester noted that it doesn't perform well as on rugged terrain, saying, "The small plastic wheels turn easily through an airport but are not ready for trails." Another said, "There's a learning curve when figuring out how to close this stroller."

Nuna strollers are popular among online reviewers and our Lab experts. The Demi Grow can be converted into 23 different configurations (some require car seat and bassinet attachments, sold separately), but we love that it features a narrower, tandem style, as pictured, a nice option if you're afraid that a side-by-side will feel too wide. You get two seats from the start — no need to buy a second one. Because the seats are identical in size, this is a nice double stroller for twins.

Each seat includes a canopy with a privacy drape that can roll down, plus padded leg cushions for extra support. This 2022 version comes with an extra mesh canopy, too, for better airflow if you live somewhere warm. It also comes with one car seat adapter and a rain cover. Note that the top seat can reverse to face the parent, but the bottom seat can only face forward. Our Lab tests found it's easy to push, but it takes up more space than other double strollers when folded. The basket gets a little swallowed up by the seats, there's no parent console, and there aren't any pockets. But each seat can hold a child up to 50 pounds, making this a long-lasting choice.

Others on our list are also good for Disney, but our reviewers called this stroller out as specifically convenient to use at the airport and for trips to theme parks. It's lightweight at 19 pounds, folds down easily into a remarkably small shape and meets Disney park requirements . One reviewer who brought it to the theme parks said, "It was a breeze to set up and carry." The brand also makes a similar stroller with three seats for toddlers that our team found quite innovative.

Note that the basket under the seats is small. But we appreciate the one-parent cup holder and the canopies that are more generously sized than those on most other lightweight doubles. The sunshades have peekaboo windows too. The leatherette bumper bars are a nice touch, and the seats recline separately. The wheels are not for tough terrain but do well in cities and, of course, theme parks.

Joovy strollers have been proven to perform well in our Lab tests — the brand is known for making sturdy strollers on strong aluminum frames. For this particular model, one child sits in the forward-facing seat while an older child can sit or stand on the rear platform or bench seat . It also comes with a universal car seat adapter if you prefer that your youngest baby ride in their car seat, making this a great choice for a newborn and a toddler.

Our lead tester who used this double stroller says, "My toddler was chatty, and I could keep strolling, rather than stopping, and attend to whatever she wanted to tell me, because she could face me and talk. Meanwhile, my baby was happy with the wide seat and snack tray." She noted, however, that this stroller requires a wider turning radius than other, more nimble double strollers, and the basket is hard to reach (you have to shift the rear seat aside for widest access) and also can't hold as much cargo weight as others. On the plus side, there's a huge canopy on the front and an optional roll-up canopy for the back, plus a parent organizer.

Depending on the parents' preference, the Pivot Xplore can transform from stroller to wagon and back by simply flipping the handle. Each seat features a protective canopy cover, and there's a child tray in the middle for two to share snacks and toys. The wagon can accept one infant car seat (sold separately) and offers plenty of storage room. It's amazing for days at the beach, park or zoo; for parades or festivals; and for making your way through a farmers' market or street fair. Unfortunately, it does not meet Disney park requirements; the company frowns on guests bringing something this large.

Reviewers like that this stroller wagon is more affordable than most. In our tests, we found that babies and toddlers alike enjoy the setup of facing a sibling or friend, and we found that older children can hop in and out without a problem. Though we named this the best overall stroller wagon, if you're interested in this style you might want to check out all of our other favorite stroller wagons too.

This double stroller is a top choice for joggers for a few reasons: It features m ountain bike-style suspension and giant wheels , which help deliver a smooth ride even on challenging terrain. Our reviewers have agreed on this claim, though they note that having "real" wheels makes this a heavy stroller. We've had plenty of reviewers who don't actually run with the Duallie but appreciate it for an outdoorsy lifestyle; this is great for walking trails and parks. Lock the front wheel if you want to walk or jog sure and straight; unlock and let it swivel if you'll be in town making twists and turns.

In addition to the wide basket, this stroller includes 10 storage pockets, perfect for stashing adult and kid water bottles, sunscreen and wipes. Each seat reclines separately, and they're designed with compression padding for the kids. Extra-large UPF 50+ canopies feature peek-through windows.

Chicco Cortina Together Double Stroller

Cortina Together Double Stroller

Each of the two seats on the Cortina Together can take a Chicco infant car seat, as shown, without any extra adapters, making it suitable from birth for twins (though you'll need to buy the Chicco KeyFit car seats separately). The basket is one of our favorites because there's a zipper you can open for access that also helps prevent anything from falling out. It also has an easy fold, and, when folded, it stays standing up.

When this stroller is used as two seats, the child in the rear does have somewhat limited visibility, since the rear seat is not raised far above the front one. There's a parent console with a cup holder, and the front kid seat has two cup holders as well. Take note, though, that it's heavy, clocking in at 34 pounds.

How we test double strollers

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The Good Housekeeping Institute 's engineering and parenting pros have reviewed 30 double strollers in the last seven years. We ask each manufacturer to provide American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) certification to verify that its stroller passed ASTM's safety standards . We then perform in-Lab and at-home tests to look at maneuverability, ease of pushing and turning, stability, ease of reclining the stroller, ease of getting the babies in and out of the stroller, ergonomics for the parents pushing the stroller, storage space and more. To accomplish this, we push the strollers over varied terrain, including pavement, grass, dirt and cobblestone, and we make obstacle courses to evaluate effort required and stability capabilities . In this picture, you can see how we double-check for pinch points, which could cause accidents. We identify potentially hazardous finger hot spots by placing a test probe or pencil between the frames and hinges of the hoods. If the probe comes into contact with the hinges or frame and prevents the hood from fully folding or unfolding, the stroller is considered hazardous.

What to look for when shopping for the best double stroller


As you're deciding on the best double stroller to buy, keep these things in mind:

✔️ Car seat compatibility: Although most strollers today are car seat compatible, always double-check the user guide to make sure. (Most need car seat adapters or work only with certain brands.)

✔️ Size, maneuverability and purpose: Are you hoping to take your little ones with you while jogging? Do you need a double stroller that can easily fit through narrow aisles? Are you only on sidewalks, or do you sometimes go on park trails? Do you need to take your double stroller on an airplane? How you plan to use your stroller will help dictate the features that are most important for you.

✔️ C onvertibility: Unless you have twins, there will likely come a time when you only need to push your youngest around. Modular, convertible strollers let you remove or add seats at your convenience, so your double stroller can transform into a single. Convertible strollers are great for a growing family, but they tend to cost more than other models and aren't as practical for a set of twins.

✔️ Your children's ages: Make sure that your children are in the right age and weight range to help ensure their safety. If you have two infants, or an infant and a toddler, or are planning on more children in the future, different models are better for different ages.

Do you really need a double stroller?


If you're going to be schlepping around more than one kiddo, many parents find a double stroller to be a great investment. Ever tried to push two separate strollers at one time? We don't recommend. And even though you can strap a tiny sibling into an infant carrier while you push the oldest, that gets tiresome after a few months because it's hard to bend down and tend to your eldest while wearing your youngest.

Double strollers are great for keeping little ones accounted for, as well as saving space in your car or while you're on the go. With narrow tandem stroller designs or versatile side-by-side buggies that help you keep an eye on everyone at the same time, you can brave the grocery aisle, the park and almost anywhere else with only one set of hands .

And for those who have an older kid on the cusp of walking on their own, or for parents who want the flexibility of having a single stroller too, some double strollers offer the option to remove one of the seats when not in use, so you don't have to worry about buying both a single and a double stroller separately.

How to choose the best double stroller for you


Here are a few types of double strollers to know about before you go shopping:

  • Side-by-side stroller : This is the traditional double stroller style. As the name suggests, the stroller seats are lined up right next to each other. This is a great option if you want to keep an eye on both children at once. These kinds of double strollers also seem to have the slimmest fold. But keep in mind that side-by-side strollers are wider and often more difficult to squeeze through narrow spaces, like store aisles. They do fit through double doors for commercial establishments but can be a harder squeeze at home if you have a single door that doesn't open wide.
  • Tandem stroller: In this style, one child rides in front and the other rides in back. Often, they face the same direction, but some modular tandem strollers let you change the direction, especially of the top seat. This can be a great option for kids who bother each other — for instance, if you're worried that your toddler will keep touching their baby sibling or that your two close-in-age kids will tussle over toys or personal space.
  • Sit-and-stand stroller: Families with a newborn and an older child can benefit the most from this style of stroller. It typically includes a rear platform or seat for an older child to ride along in the back. A sit-and-stand stroller is a great choice for big toddlers and preschoolers, who can easily hop on and off the back seat.
  • Wagon stroller: This type of stroller is a great alternative to a double stroller. They provide a push-and-pull mechanism that other strollers lack. Wagon strollers still feature storage pockets, harnesses and even snack trays for convenience. But they're large and do not fold up small.

Why trust Good Housekeeping?

The Good Housekeeping Institute provides expert reviews and advice on everything a parent needs, including strollers. Testing for this story was overseen by Rachel Rothman , chief technologist and director of engineering at the GH Institute. For more than 15 years, Rachel has put her training in mechanical engineering and applied mathematics to work by researching, testing and writing about parenting products. Plus, as a mom to three kids under 6, she's personally tested many of the products we recommend in real life. See her picks for the best baby monitors .

In her role as Parenting & Pets Reviews Analyst, Jamie Spain brings years of experience to the Good Housekeeping Institute, having reviewed products for Good Housekeeping magazine and BuzzFeed. She previously worked in the parenting sphere at People . She's also written about the best car organizers .

This latest update was written by Contributing Writer Jessica Hartshorn , who spent decades reviewing strollers for American Baby and Parents magazines. She also updated our roundup of the best sleep sacks for babies and many other kid-focused stories.

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Rachel Rothman was the chief technologist and executive technical director of the Good Housekeeping Institute for over 15 years , overseeing testing methodology, implementation and reporting for all GH Labs. She also managed GH's research division and the analysis of applicants for the GH Seal and all other testing emblems. 

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Jamie (she/her) is a parenting and pets reviews analyst at the Good Housekeeping Institute , where she spends her time testing, researching and writing about pet and family products. Prior to starting at GH in 2021, she worked at BuzzFeed and People , covering a combination of product reviews and lifestyle content. She's a graduate of Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and psychology and a master’s degree in journalism.

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Jessica (she/her) is a freelance writer with several decades of experience writing lifestyle content and evaluating home and parenting products. A mom of two teens and two cats, her previous work can be seen in American Baby and Parents .

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While we do provide free return shipping, your original Ground, Express and/or Overnight shipping charges will not be refunded.

As long as everything you return is in perfect condition, you'll get a full refund for your purchase. 

On the crazy chance your item looks like it's been taken around the block (or across the country), a restocking fee of up to 50% may be applied. Examples of restocking fees include $25 for used wheels, $20 if not returned with all original packaging, $25 if item requires cleaning due to pet hair / peanut butter kid hands / etc. If your item cannot be accepted for a refund under the terms of our return policy even with a restocking fee, a member of our Customer Experience team will reach out to see if you would like the item shipped back to you, or if you would like to receive a partial store credit (we try to catch all of these during the returns approval process, but there are a few exceptions). 

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Making memories in new places can get a little messy .

Thankfully, our strollers are easy to clean. With stain resistant fabrics, most spills are cleaned after using a warm, damp cloth cloth and air drying.

Each stroller has specific cleaning instructions on the tag. Avoid harsh chemicals, and spot clean with detergent to test before using across all fabric.

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Product Details

Four Panel Expandable Canopy with UPF 50+ lining

145° recline

Adjustable foot rest

Durable, lightweight aluminum

Expands to a Triple or Quad with an add-on seat

Folds easily to maximize trunk space

Adjustable handlebar

Car seat compatible

Car Seat Compatible

The Twinᵛ² is car seat compatible with an added adapter, making it ready for your second babe from day one.


Disney Approved

The Twinᵛ² meets all Disney requirements! It's roomy, lightweight, and perfect for the parks.

Fits Through Doorways

All the benefits of a side-by-side stroller, while still fitting through all standard doorways so you can feel confident going out!

The Twinᵛ² grows with your family

Easily adapt The Twinᵛ² to a triple or quad stroller with our patented add-on seats.

twin travel system side by side

Your questions, answered

You can! The Twinᵛ² can hold one car seat at a time. If you're using a Nuna, Maxi Cosi, Cybex, or Britax then this adapter is right for you and if you're using a Graco or Chicco then here's the compatible adapte r.

Yes, The Twinᵛ² does meet Disney requirements. #bestdisneystroller

Yep! Our Twinᵛ² Stroller fits through standard doorways.

We offer a 30-day trial period so you can test out Zoe products in the convenience and comfort of your own home. Think of it as our happiness guarantee. If we're not the right fit for you, we understand (but we're pretty confident you'll love it)! Please be mindful of keeping items in new condition and avoid using strollers outdoors to ensure a full refund. To see the full refund policy, click here. Zoe strollers are under warranty for 1 year-post purchase under normal use, and all accessories are covered for 6 months. For all warranty details, see here .

Unfortunately not – our add-on seats attach to the belly bar of The Twinᵛ² so they don't have rear wheels or a handle bar.

TheTwinᵛ² is only compatible with the double Twin snack tray . There is only one adapter in the center so two single snack trays will not attach.

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The 11 Best Double Strollers of 2024, Tested and Reviewed

We tested 69 double strollers to find the best option for growing families

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Verywell Family / Jhett Thompson

Whether you've got infants, two toddlers, or two young children of different ages, a double stroller is one of the easiest ways to travel with siblings just about anywhere. The best double strollers can keep your kids comfortable (and contained) while you maneuver them around in one solid unit. To find the best double strollers, we put 69 of them through multiple tests at the Verywell Testing Lab in New York City.

“Double strollers can be a great option for parents of twins, but they are also incredibly useful when you’re toting around a baby and an older toddler simultaneously,” Oregon-based pediatrician and member of Buybuy BABY’s Parenting Pros, Whitney Casares, MD, MPH, FAAP, tells Verywell Family. “Many provide more storage capacity than traditional strollers and can be converted from a single to double when needed.”

Regardless of whether you are looking for a tandem or side-by-side option, it's important to look for key safety features (things like a five-point harnesses, a footrest, good brakes, and solid stability when it's loaded up with two kiddos). When shopping for a double stroller , you should also pay attention to the weight capacity of both seats, an adjustable recline, how easily it folds and unfolds, dimensions (when folded and unfolded) that match your lifestyle and storage space, and extra features like cup holders, snack trays, and more

In the lab, we looked at those factors while also examining each stroller’s sun canopies, harnesses, recline options, storage space, ease of folding, size, snack trays, footrests, brakes, and handlebars. When testing double strollers, we weighed the pros against the cons to narrow down our list to the best options for families. We also had a board-certified pediatrician from our Review Board review this article for medical accuracy and integrity surrounding double strollers, safety features, and how to evaluate them.

Safety Warning

On February 9, 2023, Baby Trend and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) issued a safety warning for certain models of the Baby Trend Sit N’ Stand Ultra and Double strollers, which we had previously recommended in this list. If you think you purchased one of these strollers, check the  CPSC website  for more information.

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Best Overall

Baby jogger city tour 2 double stroller.

  • Assembly 5 /5
  • Design 4 /5
  • Maneuverability 4.5 /5
  • Ease of Folding 5 /5

Both seats recline independently

Easy to fold 

Maneuvers smoothly 

Divided storage space

With its easy setup, smooth steering, and abundance of useful features, the Baby Jogger City Tour 2 Double impressed us during testing, which is why it earned our top spot for the best overall double stroller. Standing at only 23 pounds, it took only seven minutes to unbox the double stroller and set it up without using instructions, since the stroller came nearly fully assembled. Pop the four wheels on, and you’re ready to roll and fold it back to create a compact-size double stroller that’s great for traveling thanks to its easy-to-find handles. When folded it also locks for extra stability, too!

Both seats recline independently and have adjustable calf rests. Plus, the buckle was easy to use and didn’t get stuck. We noticed that the two features create the ultimate on-the-go nap space , as both seats can lie almost entirely flat. The UPF 50+ expandable canopies were large and featured a Velcro peek-a-boo window for airflow and visibility. We loved that the peek-a-boo windows stayed open using the attached elastic piece, which is a nice touch for parents and caregivers who want to keep an eye on kids while they walk. 

Keep in mind that the storage basket has a weight limit of 15 pounds, and is not ideal for a diaper bag because of a vertical bar that runs through the middle, limiting the space to smaller items. Additionally, the stroller does not come with snack trays or cupholders for kids and adults, which can be a pro or con, depending on your family’s lifestyle. There are several add-ons you can purchase later, like a glider board for a third child to stand on and enjoy the ride. 

The stroller provided a smooth and easy ride over different landscapes and made tight turns around cones and corners without issues. It fits easily through a 33-inch doorway, though the seats are pretty narrow as a result. People with longer legs could struggle when walking briskly due to the design of the stroller, but if walking slowly we don’t foresee there being an issue.

Key Specs: Dimensions: 26.1 x 40.3 inches | Product Weight: 23.21 pounds | Child Age/Weight Range: Up to 33 pounds per seat | Car Seat Compatible: Yes

Verywell Family / Tamara Staples

Best Convertible

Uppababy vista v2 stroller.

  • Design 5 /5
  • Maneuverability 4 /5
  • Overall Value 4.5 /5

Stunning design 

Grows with your family 

Smooth maneuverability 

This convertible Uppababy stroller performed well in all categories and surpassed the other models that grow and shrink with your family’s needs. We love how the single-to-double stroller only required the attachment of wheels for assembly, and it scored 5 out of 5 stars in that category. Our tester said the stroller felt solid and sturdy once fully assembled. It caught the eye of many testers in the lab with its full-grain leather handlebars that felt thick and comfortable, adjusting to accommodate parents and caregivers of any height. The Vista V2 featured UPF 50+ extendable canopies with mesh peek-a-boo windows to allow more air in (and visibility for the adults). And the five-point harnesses didn’t cause any problems for testers. A large storage basket held two bags, but part of the stroller’s frame ran through the middle of it. Despite that small detail, the stroller passed the design test with flying colors.  

“The stroller is very easy to push around, and it just feels absolutely solid,” one tester noted during the maneuverability test. We pushed the stroller through the lab’s obstacle course, which consisted of various terrains, stairs, and a curb. “The front wheels locked out once they turned out instead of turning around,” remarked our tester when taking the stroller backward upstairs. While that aspect was a challenge, the stroller navigated the rest with ease. The Vista V2 also folds in one step and stays upright for ultimate portability and storage purposes. 

This is the most expensive stroller we tested, but with its top-notch features, style, and maneuverability, it will likely be the only stroller your family needs. “If you can afford it, and if you plan on using it for a lengthy period of time on a daily basis, I would absolutely recommend it,” our tester said. Plus, you can use it immediately after birth, using the included bassinet or Uppababy Mesa infant car seat . There’s also the option to attach a second bassinet or second rumble seat , but the adapters are sold separately. We also love the option for a third child to ride using the ride-along board (sold separately). 

Key Specs: Dimensions: 36 x 25.7 x 39.5 inches (unfolded), 17.3 x 25.7 x 33.3 inches (folded with seat attached) | Product Weight: 27 pounds (stroller with toddler seat), 8.8 pounds (bassinet) | Child Age/Weight Range: Birth up to 20 pounds or until infant can push up on hands and knees, whichever comes first, in the bassinet; 3 months to 50 pounds in the toddler seat

Verywell Family / Leticia Almeida

Best Travel

Uppababy g-link v2 stroller.

  • Assembly 4.9 /5
  • Maneuverability 5 /5
  • Ease of Folding 4.8 /5

Easy to maneuver

Felt sturdy and secure

Easy to carry

Folding takes some muscle

Lightweight and easy to operate, the Uppababy G-Link 2 was a close favorite to the City Tour 2 Double in our lab testing. The setup was easy, and it took less than 10 minutes to assemble the front wheels, canopy, and cupholder. According to our tester, the wheels snapped on, and the canopy’s clips slid into place. The side-by-side double stroller weighs 22 pounds when fully assembled, which allowed it to maneuver beautifully through the obstacle course in the lab—even with the weight of two “babies” (two 25-pound bags). Our tester could push the stroller with one hand despite having two separate handles. Additionally, the stroller made 360-degree turns in small spaces without a problem. While the stroller was a little more challenging to push on grass, our tester said it was narrow enough to fit through a 33-inch doorway with room to spare. 

Our tester praised the design of the G-Link 2, noting how sturdy the stroller felt, largely thanks to the vertical aluminum bars on the frame and four sets of wheels that provided additional support and security. Our tester noted that kiddos stay secure and comfortable during any ride with 5-point harnesses that adjust to three different heights easily, even with littles (or weighted bags) in tow. “Shoulder straps attach to the waist straps, so you only need to worry about one component when buckling,” our tester said, adding that both seats recline to about 30 degrees if littles need a nap. The UPF 50+ canopies are large and have small sun shades that extend beyond the canopies to protect children from the sun. There’s also space for two parent cup holders; both are removable if you only need to use one. For storage, you’ll find two separate baskets with a 10-pound weight limit. “They're spacious but not very wide, so you can't put a diaper bag underneath unless you can squeeze it, but you could put a few individual diapers and baby wipes,” our tester said. When the storage baskets are full, adults will appreciate the pockets conveniently located behind the seats to store small items, like phones and keys.

Testing Notes: “I was impressed by how easy it was to maneuver. I was able to push it with one hand when fully loaded! It was a bit more challenging on grass, but that's to be expected in an umbrella stroller. My favorite part was how sturdy and secure it felt.”

To fold this stroller, press a button and lift the handle slightly. According to our tester, she had to use a little muscle when folding, as it doesn’t collapse on its own. However, a latch clip automatically locked everything in place for security, earning this a healthy 4.8 out of 5 stars for its ease of folding. While the Uppababy G-Link 2 is pricier than your average umbrella stroller, its sturdy design and smooth maneuverability scored 5 out of 5 stars, and it could be the only stroller a family needs, making this a great addition to your baby registry .

Key Specs: Dimensions: 27.5 x 28.5 x 42 inches | Product Weight: 22.3 pounds | Child Age/Weight Range: 3 months up to 55 pounds per seat | Car Seat Compatible: No

Verywell Family / Conor Ralph

Verywell Family / David Carr

Best Storage

Joovy kooper x2 double stroller.

  • Value 4.5 /5
  • Ease of Folding 4.5 /5

Effortless recline

Generous storage space

Difficult to push with maximum weight

It’s all about the details for the Joovy Kooper X2, which was a breeze to put together in the lab. Assembly took 7.5 minutes from start to finish, earning 5 out of 5 stars in that category. “It was really intuitive. I didn’t even need the instructions,” said our tester. The side-by-side double stroller gained another perfect score for its functional design and thoughtful details. Removable trays snap in to hold snacks and drinks for the kiddos. There are mesh cupholders for the adults on the back of each seat, along with a zippered pocket to keep a cell phone and keys (or hide your snacks). The wide seats, which hold up to 50 pounds each, were easy to recline thanks to a pull strap. They kept the weighted bags secure with adjustable five-point harnesses. The stroller’s leg rests adjust to three positions for a comfy ride. UPF 50+ canopies extended independently and thoroughly over each seat, according to our tester, and included a peek-a-boo window. Plus, the generous storage space, which holds up to 22 pounds, held a backpack, diapers, and wipes. 

There were highs and lows to the stroller’s maneuverability, according to our tester, who pushed the stroller through the obstacle course, up and down stairs, and over a curb. “With 25 pounds in each seat, this was a breeze. With 50 pounds in each seat, it was much more of a struggle,” said our tester. On uneven surfaces, the stroller felt a little bumpy, but it maneuvered smoothly on level ground, which resulted in 4 out of 5 stars for maneuverability. And at 30 inches wide, the side-by-side double stroller just barely squeezed through doorways. 

Joovy markets this stroller’s one-handed fold (trays included) and compact size, and that all proved true during testing. Our tester said it was relatively easy to fold, even with one hand, but found it tricky to carry once folded, so they docked half a point for the stroller’s ease of folding. 

Testing Notes: “This stroller has lots of thoughtful details. The stroller has little pockets on the back of each seat--a mesh one (cell phone size) and a slightly bigger pouch. I'd definitely use these to stow snacks and keep my phone handy.”

While the Kooper X2 has a higher price tag than some competitors, it still earned 4 out of 5 stars for its overall value, particularly its functional design and ease of operation. 

Key Specs: Dimensions: 31.7 x 30.3 x 41.3 inches | Product Weight: 28 pounds | Child Age/Weight Range: 3 months up to 50 pounds per seat | Car Seat Compatible: No

Verywell Family / Jessica Juliao

Best Travel System

Evenflo gold pivot travel system.

  • Assembly 4 /5
  • Design 4.5 /5
  • Overall Value 5 /5

Stylish design

Maneuvered effortlessly

Car seat included

Bumper bar could get in way

The Evenflo Gold Pivot Xpand was a standout in our separate single-to-double convertible stroller test, so it earns a spot on this list as well.

This stroller was a dream to assemble and earned 5 out of 5 stars for that attribute. “I loved the way that things also snapped in place and made a loud click so that you knew it was secure,” a tester noted after the less than five-minute assembly. However, our tester docked a point for the box’s heavy weight, which required assistance from a second person in the lab. In addition to the Evenflo Gold Pivot Xpand stroller, the travel system also comes with the SecureMax Instant Car Seat, which features a safety clip that alerts you via your phone of potentially serious situations, like an unattended child or accidental unbuckling. Once a child outgrows the car seat, you can replace it with a second toddler seat (sold separately).

The stroller’s bright colors stood out in the lab, along with its full recline options and adjustable footrests for naps on the go. The buckles and clips on the five-point harnesses were easy to use, and the vast storage space under the seats easily fit items. Each seat on the double stroller includes two adjustable canopies to block the sun at any time of day. As for the downsides of the stroller’s design, our testers noticed minor problems with the bumper bar and handle. Removal of the bumper bar may be necessary to put some children in the stroller, while the stroller’s handle sometimes felt wobbly. 

Aside from minor problems, the Gold Pivot Xpand shined during the maneuverability test. The stroller turned smoothly through the obstacle course cones and corners thanks to a front swivel wheel and rear-wheel suspension. One tester found it easier to push the stroller when both seats faced forward than in other configurations, but it was still great to push overall. “It goes over the bump with no problems and not a lot of resistance. You don't have to force it over,” our tester said. 

This travel system has 22 possible configurations for one child or two, so it easily earned 5 out of 5 stars for value. 

Key Specs: Dimensions: 49 x 26.5 x 56 inches (stroller), 24 x 17 x 26 inches (car seat) | Product Weight: 28.6 pounds (stroller), 9.2 pounds (infant car seat), 8.7 pounds (base) | Child Age/Weight Range: Birth to 55 pounds (toddler seat), 4 to 35 pounds and up to 32 inches tall (infant car seat) | Car Seat Compatible: Yes

Best Budget

Graco duoglider double stroller.

  • Design 4.3 /5
  • Maneuverability 3.5 /5

Good suspension

Cupholders and snack trays included

Spacious storage compartment

Couldn’t make sharp turns

It’s no secret that double strollers are pricey (you’re practically buying two single strollers), but the Graco DuoGlider is an affordable double stroller with many of the same features you’ll find with luxury brands. The stroller earned 5 out of 5 stars for its quick 10-minute assembly that only required the attachment of the wheels, snack trays, and canopies. Whether you have twins or children close in age, the inline double stroller is safe from birth using a Graco car seat and has toddler seats that snap in easily (and flip around) as your kiddos grow. 

While the double stroller earned 5 out of 5 stars for its easy assembly, it lost some momentum in the design category. Each seat has a snack tray with two cup holders and a space in the middle for snacks, but the cupholders were shallow, and bottles nearly fell onto the lab floor when it was in motion. There’s also a cupholder for grown-ups and a covered compartment that’s the perfect size for keys (but too small for a phone) on the stroller’s comfy foam handle. Our tester observed that the cargo space beneath the seats is large if you need to store big items. Both seats recline to multiple positions using a lever on the back, and they feature adjustable canopies and footrests for a comfortable ride. Our tester strapped in two weighted bags using the stroller’s harnesses, observing that the “buckles are easy to adjust and don't seem too pinchy.” 

Despite the double stroller’s locking front swivel wheel and suspension, it was just average in maneuverability. The stroller drove smoothly but couldn’t make sharp turns with the weighted bags (80 pounds total) strapped in, and the tester struggled to navigate the curb. Our tester said they had to “pop a small wheelie” and use their strength because the stroller felt heavy. However, the tandem double stroller was narrow enough to glide through the lab’s 33-inch doorway. Folding the stroller was super easy, and it could stand when folded by securing a latch. However, our tester took a point off due to the confusing folding instructions that contained only pictures and no words. 

Testing Notes: “While I wish it turned a bit more sharply and a few of the features were different, at the end of the day, this is a great stroller for the low price point.”

As for the overall value of the Graco DuoGlider, it earned 5 out of 5 stars because it won’t blow your budget and has useful features for children. 

Key Specs: Dimensions: 36 x 20.5 x 41 inches | Product Weight: 29.5 pounds | Child Age/Weight Range: Birth (using a car seat) up to 40 pounds each | Car Seat Compatible: Yes

Best Jogging

Bob gear flex 3.0 duallie jogging stroller.

  • Ease of Setup 4 /5
  • Ease of Folding 3 /5

Full coverage canopies

Simple assembly

Maneuvers well on various terrains

Folding not intuitive

The BOB Gear Revolution Flex 3.0 Duallie is a top pick for anyone looking to take their kids on active adventures. According to our tester, the assembly of the stroller was relatively simple but earned 4 out of 5 stars in that category for feeling heavy. Apart from a small bump at the start, we loved everything about this double stroller’s design, which passed with flying colors. The seats feature five-point harnesses and recline independently if one child wants to nap when the other doesn’t. Large UPF 50+ canopies provide full protection from the sun along with sport mesh magnetic peek-a-boo windows. The soft handlebar also adjusts, which is a nice touch for parents and caregivers. 

Our tester didn’t even need both hands to maneuver the jogging double stroller during the running test outdoors. “It glides easily over rough terrain and feels like it solidly grips the ground while running on flat ground,” said one of our testers. While you need to read instructions and can’t fold the stroller with one hand, the actual folding of the stroller was easy. Its folded size isn’t too big for a car's trunk, either. 

The BOB Gear Revolution Flex 3.0 Duallie has a steep price tag, but if you’re looking for durability, functionality, and a safe spot for kids to ride while you run, the stroller is worth it.

Key Specs: Dimensions: 48 x 30.5 x 45 inches (unfolded), 40 x 30.5 x 17.5 inches | Product Weight: 33.1 pounds | Child Age/Weight Range: Birth (using infant car seat) up to 50 pounds per seat (walking only), from 8 weeks riding in stroller seat (walking only), and from 8 months in stroller seat (jogging/off-road) | Car Seat Compatible: Yes

Best Multi-Purpose

Bumbleride indie double stroller.

Crate & Barrel

  • Overall Value 3.5 /5

Smooth suspension 

Attractive design 

Bulky when unfolded

While pushing this stroller in and out of the lab, our tester received multiple compliments on its beautiful design and sea glass color. But the Bumbleride isn’t just here for its looks. It’s a pleasure to maneuver and seems like a comfortable way to take the kids around town or on the running trails.

First, it was easy to put together because the seats arrived entirely built. As a jogging stroller, the front wheels required using the included tools, like an Allen wrench, while the tires required inflation using the included pump. There were struggles with the bumper bars, which were somewhat challenging to figure out in terms of alignment, according to our tester, scoring the stroller’s assembly 4 out of 5 stars. 

This double stroller earned a perfect design score for more than an eye-catching color. The stroller was made with comfort and security in mind, from its cushioned bumper bars to padding on the seat, straps, and crotch area. We also liked the five-point harnesses that were easy to thread and buckle. If kids want to nap, the seats recline completely and feature an easy-to-use button to keep seats flat. While there are no cupholders or snack trays, pockets on the back of the seats and the large storage space below are ideal alternatives. Each child gets their own UPF 45+ canopy to stay dry and cool, and there’s even a little mesh window in the canopies that opens and closes via a magnet.  

Durable air-filled tires and a great suspension earned this double jogging stroller a nearly perfect score for its maneuverability. Despite no padding on the handle, it still provided a good grip around the obstacle course. According to our tester, the double stroller was a bit bulky and difficult to pull up the stairs, but took turns easily and navigated smoothly over various terrains. “The brake takes some pressure to engage and disengage,” our tester observed. 

The stroller’s quick, compact fold impressed, too, scoring 5 out of 5 stars. Simply fold the bumper bars down and engage the brake before lifting two levers on the side of the stroller. “It gets quite compact for a jogging stroller, and it's light enough to lift and put into a trunk,” our tester noted. 

The Bumbleride Indie isn’t ideal for families on a budget and is more of a splurge item. However, it's worth the price if you can use it for exercising, getting to school, and running errands. 

Key Specs: Dimensions: 47 x 29.5 x 26.5-45.5 inches (unfolded), 32.5 x 29.5 x 13.5 | Product Weight: 36 pounds | Child Age/Weight Range: Birth (with infant car seat) up to 45 pounds per seat | Car Seat Compatible: Yes

Best Maneuverability

Delta ultralight side x side double stroller.

  • Design 3.5 /5
  • Value 4.8 /5

Quick assembly

Seamless folding

Easy to go over curbs and steps

Problem with reclining mechanism

Plastic peekaboo window

The Jeep Destination Ultralight surprised our tester in the lab with its fast assembly (4 minutes!) and agile maneuverability. Our tester loved how easy it was to assemble this side-by-side double stroller and said she only had to attach the wheels and bumper bars. Otherwise, the stroller arrived nearly fully assembled and scored 5 out of 5 stars in that category without a second thought. 

While the stroller was off to a great start right out of the box, the design was average and earned 3.5 out of 5 stars. On the plus side: Both seats hold up to 40 pounds each and recline with adjustable calf rests to create a cozy napping experience. The bumper bars swing open on one side for easy accessibility. And each rider gets their own extendable UPF canopy to protect from the sun or rain and peek-a-boo windows for visibility. Our tester wasn’t a fan of the fact that the peek-a-boo windows were plastic instead of a breathable mesh, and she also would have preferred if there were some way to hold the peekaboo flap open.

But here’s where this Jeep fell short: On one seat, the strap that controls the reclining mechanism was threaded wrong, so the seat was stuck in one position. If this were a real-world scenario, we would have either brought the stroller back to a store or contacted the manufacturer for a replacement part, making it a hassle but one with an obvious solution.

Despite that setback, the Destination Ultralight scored 5 out of 5 stars for its dreamy maneuverability, seamless folding, and affordable price tag. The side-by-side double stroller maneuvered beautifully around cones and corners, various terrains, and stairs (where we had to make sure that the front wheels were unlocked). While it’s slightly wider than other double strollers we tested, it fits through the lab’s 33-inch doorway. “I was honestly very surprised and impressed at how well it went up and down a short flight of stairs,” said our tester, who added that detail is one of the best features of the stroller. We also loved the minimal effort needed to engage the parking brake.

According to our tester, folding and unfolding the stroller was seamless each time. The carrying strap is a nice touch to give parents and caregivers a hand, but our tester noted the 28-pound stroller is not ideal for carrying around for long periods.

Given the whole package, our tester said, “I still think that for the price, it's a great stroller. It feels like a much more expensive stroller.”

Key Specs: Dimensions: 36.2 x 29.5 x 41.7 inches (unfolded), 30 x 29.5 x 13.4 inches (folded) | Product Weight: 28.7 pounds | Child Age/Weight Range: 6 months up to 40 pounds each | Car Seat Compatible: No

Best for Older Siblings

Joovy caboose ultralight double stroller.

  • Assembly 3 /5

Multiple configurations 

Parent organizer

Glides across various terrains

Difficult assembly 

Long profile

Our tester had mixed feelings about the Joovy Caboose Too Ultralight: It’s got a difficult setup and a design that’s best suited for toting around a young child and their older sibling. The small back seat won’t be comfortable for long rides—but for kids who will be walking most of the time and just need to hitch a ride when they get tired, this is going to save parents from a lot of whining.

The stroller had a rough start with the assembly that took our tester 38 minutes, which is why it earned 3 out of 5 stars for setup. “It was confusing with multiple washers and pins for attaching the rear wheels. There is a complete instruction booklet and a separate fold-out diagram,” said our tester, who thought that assembly would be better as a two-person job. 

The stroller’s tandem design allows children to sit or stand, which is ideal for a young child and older sibling but results in it feeling longer than the average double stroller. Instead of stadium-style, with the rear seat higher than the front, the stroller’s seats sit at the same level. “That means the child in the back won't be able to see over the head of the child in the front,” our tester observed, adding that could cause problems during exciting events, like a trip to the zoo or parade. On the plus side, both seats recline to three different positions for a comfy ride. Only the child in front gets a snack tray and cup holder, and the back child’s feet hang into the storage compartment below. However, this may not be an issue if you have a baby and toddler, as one of the seats is replaceable with an infant car seat using the included adapter. The storage compartment isn’t large enough to accommodate a diaper bag, so you’d have to hang items on the handle. There is a convenient parent organizer to hold an iced coffee, baby bottle, cell phone, or other small items and a zipper pocket for stashing money or a credit card. Unfortunately, the UPF canopy wasn’t a big hit with our tester, who said the shade “only covers the top of the child’s head and doesn’t give any side coverage.” 

The Joovy Caboose Too Ultralight lives up to its name, weighing only 22 pounds. That helped it glide over the various terrains in the lab, but it was challenging to push over the curb with weighted bags, scoring 4 out of 5 stars for maneuverability. The stroller made up for its lower points by passing with flying colors for its easy folding and overall value. According to our tester, folding was easy if you followed the directions and locked both the front and back wheels first. 

For a stroller you can use with an infant and older sibling and continue to use with a toddler and preschooler, the price is low compared to its counterparts. 

Key Specs: Dimensions: 38 x 21.25 x 42 inches (unfolded), 45.25 x 21.25 x 10 (folded) | Product Weight: 22 pounds | Child Age/Weight Range: Newborn (using infant car seat), or 3 months up to 45 pounds per seat | Car Seat Compatible: Yes

How We Rated the Best Single-to-Double Strollers

4.8 to 5 stars: These are the best single-to-double strollers we tested. We recommend them without reservation 4.5 to 4.7 stars: These single-to-double strollers are excellent—they might have minor flaws, but we still recommend them. 4.0 to 4.5 stars: We think these are great single-to-double strollers, but others are better. 3.5 to 3.9 stars: These single-to-double strollers are just average. 3.4 and below: We don't recommend single-to-double strollers with this rating; you won't find any on our list.

How We Tested the Double Strollers

Testers evaluated 32 double and convertible strollers in the Verywell Lab in New York City, assessing each on assembly, folding, maneuverability, design, and value. We consulted with Oregon-based pediatrician Whitney Casares, MD, MPH, FAAP , for product recommendations and advice for families. We also followed guidance from the American Academy of Pediatrics.

We unpacked and assembled the double strollers right out of the box and in the lab, taking notes about any tools needed, challenges they faced, and whether we needed help at any time. We also put together the strollers without instructions to determine whether or not assembly was intuitive. While some strollers simply snapped into place, others took 30 minutes or more and required extra tools and/or online instruction videos. 

We placed “babies” (weighted sandbags) into the seats for the design test to determine how difficult it was to buckle children in using the strollers’ harnesses. For convertible strollers, consider the ease of adding the second seat. We placed a full diaper bag, sometimes two if there was room, in each stroller to test the storage space. When evaluating each stroller, we look at features, like snack trays, cup holders, removable bumper bars, and adjustable handlebars. While some of these features are more subjective, we consider what we would want when traveling with our families, such as sun-protection canopies and parent organizers. 

During the test, each double stroller gets pushed through our indoor obstacle course and over various terrains, such as turf-like grass and hardwood flooring. We take the strollers up and down stairs while checking the brakes to ensure they work and are easy to access. Finally, we carefully consider all other attributes in comparison with the price of each stroller to assess their overall value. 

Double Strollers We Also Tested

  • Graco Ready2Grow LX 2.0 Double Stroller: While the stroller offered a large storage basket for goodies, it was a beast to assemble and did not impress during the maneuverability test. 
  • Zoe the Twin+ Double Stroller: We loved this stroller’s one-step fold, but it struggled to maneuver over the curb and navigate the stairs. The brake system didn’t make sense to us, nor did the fact that it’s priced as high as some of our favorite strollers.

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Looking for the best twin stroller? In this article, we discuss the various types of twin strollers and our favorites of each. Not sure if you need an umbrella stroller? A tandem stroller? Not to worry, we will break it ALL down for you.

Hey guys — It’s Meg Collins, Editor in Chief, and Marissa Bader, mom of twins and our multiples editor. We’ve been reviewing double strollers now for 10 years. It’s really our specialty!

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In a nutshell, there are three types of twin strollers.

  • Infant Twin Frame Strollers
  • Full-Featured Twin Strollers
  • Double Umbrella Strollers

For newborn and infant twins, there’s your basic double frame stroller , which is used solely to cart around babes in their car seats.

Next are your full-featured double strollers , which can be used from infancy well into toddlerhood.

Last is the  double umbrella stroller , which is a lightweight stroller that is great for travel with your 6+ month old twinnies. For those, please see the  double umbrella stroller guide .

Newborns and Infants

For newborn twins, there are two routes you can take in the stroller department:

1. Get a double frame stroller  for the first 9 months or so, then get your “real stroller” later in the first year.

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Frame strollers are built specifically to hold babies in their car seats – and nothing else (i.e., they don’t have “seats” of their own). Thus, they only last for as long as your babes are in their infant car seats, which is roughly a year (or less). Realistically, most twin parents use them for about 9 months. After 9 months (give or take), the babies are too heavy to carry around in their car seats.

The main reason people use this is because it is an extremely lightweight stroller (compared to their full-sized counterparts), easy to use, and easy to get in and out of the car.

2. Buy your  full-featured double  stroller right off the bat.

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If you live in a rural area, or any area where you will encounter non-paved or uneven surfaces (cobblestones, uneven sidewalks, etc.) on a daily basis, or you live in a place with snow/ice, etc., the frame stroller won’t work very well for you. Thus, an all-terrain twin stroller (or even a double jogging stroller ) is more appropriate.

Most parents of multiples stick with strategy number one to start with, the simple twin car seat stroller frame, because it’s so lightweight and convenient (with the caveat that frame strollers don’t work well on rough terrain), and then later upgrade to their full-featured stroller.

If you drive a lot, some parents keep their frame stroller in their car at all times and keep their nice double stroller at home in the garage.

As you can see, there are many ways of skinning this cat! It all depends on the needs of your lifestyle.

Ok, let’s drill down a little deeper….

Best Full-Featured Twin Strollers

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Twin Strollers – In Depth

While writing the complete Double Stroller Guide , we made special note of those strollers that would be especially awesome for twins . Our twins editor (Marissa) and I compared notes with our twin parent friends, and voila .

Some of these are tandems and some are side-by-sides (SBS). Which type is right for you? Please read the introduction in our double stroller guide to learn more about the pros and cons of each kind.

The pickings for twin strollers are somewhat slim because of our stringent criteria for a good twin stroller: 1. Few double strollers take two infant car seats (or two bassinets) at the same time. Note: those that do typically stagger the car seats in a stadium-seating configuration to allow room for both, and also to balance the stroller so it doesn’t tip over. 2. Many double strollers (tandems, especially) have a “big kid seat” and a “little kid seat.” While these can work for twins, it’s much better to have two identical stroller seats . The UPPABaby Vista V2, for example, is an awesome double stroller that can take two infant car seats, but… has the big seat/little seat problem (one 50 lb seat and one 35 lb seat), so it’s okay for twins, but not ideal. Furthermore, strollers with two big seats (40-50 lb limit seats) can be used for longer (vs. other strollers where the max weight of the little kid stroller seat is 30 lbs or so).

Without further ado, here are our favorite twin strollers:

1. Kolcraft Cloud Plus Lightweight Double stroller — Economy Pick

  • Price: $162
  • Stroller Weight: 23 lbs
  • Weight Limit:  40 lbs per seat (80 lbs combined)

If you’re looking for a budget double stroller that’s great for travel (or every day throw-in-the-car use), and has plenty of solid features, check out our Kolcraft Cloud Plus Lightweight Double Stroller review. This stroller is not sexy, but it does hit some high points — all for around $200.

2.  Contours Options Elite V2 — “Poor Man’s City Select”

  • Price:  $499 (on sale at Amazon for $399 )
  • Stroller Weight:  34 lbs

This tandem stroller is one of the more affordable “good for twins” double strollers. We call it the “poor man’s City Select” because it offers many of the same features, but for a lower price tag. It accepts two infant car seats as well, making it an awesome pick for twins.

3. Mountain Buggy Nano Duo — Most Compact, Full-Featured

  • Price: ~ $549
  • Stroller Weight: 20 lbs
  • Weight Limit: 33 lbs per seat (66 lbs combined)

One of our favorite features for twin parents: the Mountain Buggy Nano Duo can accept two infant car seats, when paired with the Nano Duo Twin Infant Car Seat Adapter . Alternatively, you can attach Mountain Buggy’s new cocoon for newborn twins (~ $109), so your duo can lay cozy and snug together!

4. Mockingbird Single to Double — Best New Convertible (direct to consumer)

  • Bundle price for both the stroller and 2nd seat kit: ~ $595
  • Weight: 26.5 lbs without 2nd Seat; 35 lbs with two seats
  • Weight Limit: 45 lbs per seat

The Mockingbird Single-to-Double stroller has gained major traction since it hit the stroller scene a few years ago. This convertible stroller is a solid choice for multiples because it can easily accommodate three kids, with the use of the 2nd seat kit ($145) and glider board ($95), both purchased separately.

What’s great about the Mockingbird Single-to-Double for twins is that both the toddler seat and the 2nd seat are exactly the same — there’s no big kid/little kid seat situation, like on the UPPAbaby Vista. Both seats can accommodate children up to 45 lbs. The Mockingbird superceded the Vista as a top double stroller pick for twins for this reason.

The Mockingbird Single-to-Double accepts two infant car seats, but you can also use this stroller with newborn twins. Both seats lay perfectly flat, and with the purchase of two infant inserts ($35, sold separately), your babies will be snug and cozy and have the extra head and neck support they need for safe strolling. 

Also awesome for parents of twins who don’t have the time (or free hands!) to remove stroller seats before folding, the Mockingbird Single-to-Double can fold with both seats attached (and it’s a super simple one-handed fold, too — woohoo !).

Favorite part: you can get custom canopies for your twinnies:

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5. Valco Baby Slim Twin — Narrowest Side-by-Side

  • Price: ~ 599
  • Stroller Weight: 24 lbs
  • Weight Limit: 45 lbs per seat (90 lbs combined)

The Valco Baby Slim Twin, which replaces Valco’s now discontinued Neo Twin, is one of the narrowest double side-by-side strollers on the market! At only 24 lbs and 26 inches wide, you will have no problem maneuvering your twins through store aisles, doorways and other slim spaces. The Slim Twin is also great for travel!

6. Baby Jogger City Mini GT2 Double — Good Basic All-Terrain

  • Price : ~ $699
  • Stroller Weight: 36.5 lbs
  • Weight Limit: 50 lbs per seat (100 lbs combined)

The City Mini GT2 Double is a super popular side-by-side double stroller that’s also great for twins! The big downside to this stroller for twins is that you can only use it with one car seat at a time, which won’t help much for newborn twins; however, you can buy two compact prams for use in infancy (0-6 months only), or for 3 month+ twins in the regular seats.

7. Baby Jogger City Select 2 — Most Spacious/Versatile Tandem for Twins –  for parents in flat areas (not good in hills)

  • Price: ~ $699 for the double regular model & ~ $799 for the double Eco Collection model
  • Stroller Weight:  35 lbs
  • Weight Limit:  45 lbs per seat (90 lbs combined)

The City Select has been replaced by the Baby Jogger City Select 2 (a stroller that combines the best parts of the City Select and City Select Lux — see link to review below). The Baby Jogger City Select is the most popular  tandem  twin stroller – and one of my favorites as well. The City Select is a  convertible stroller , which means it can be used as a single or as a double. For twins, you can buy the  whole thing as a double – and hey, it’s good to know you can use it for a singleton should you have another [single] baby (never say never! Haha).

8. Valco Baby Tri Mode Duo X — Best for Twins + Singleton

  • Price : ~ $750
  • Stroller Weight : 34 lbs
  • Weight Limit : 45 lbs per seat (90 lbs combined)

One of the unique features of many Valco Baby strollers is that you can add a third seat (the toddler seat ) for a third child to ride along in the stroller. We discuss this in depth in the Best Strollers for 3 Babies or Toddlers .

9. Mountain Buggy Duet — Very Narrow All-Terrain, Side-by-Side

  • Price: $769
  • Stroller Weight:  34 lbs as a double
  • Weight Limit:  79 lbs combined

The Duet is a very narrow, rugged all-terrain stroller that’s great for twins.

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Mountain Buggy recently debuted two cool new items for twins: Cocoon for Twins and the Carrycot Plus for Twins .

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They are both compatible with the Duet, and clip right onto the stroller’s frame. Both options allow twins to snuggle together closely in (and out of) the stroller — yes, you can lay your babies in the Cocoon or Carrycot for naps and overnight sleep as well.

While the Cocoon is perfect for newborn twins, the Carrycot Plus — which offers three different parent-facing modes — is suitable for children up to 3 years of age. We love twin-minded innovations!

10. Peg Perego Book for Two — Luxury Narrow Side-by-Side

  • Price : $799
  • Stroller Weight : 30 lbs

The Peg Perego Book for Two can be used as a double travel system from birth (with Peg Perego car seats only, FYI), and later on as your full-sized double stroller. It’s narrow and easy to push, maneuver and fold. It rides well over various types of terrain and has a lot of luxury features that make it a solid pick for your twins.

11. Bumbleride Indie Twin — Side-by-Side Luxury Pick; Beautiful Eco All-Terrain Stroller

  • Price:  $899
  • Stroller Weight:  36 lbs
  • Weight Limits:  90 lbs combined

The Indie Twin is an all-time twin parent favorite. Yes, it takes 2 infant car seats at the same time.

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The stroller is eco friendly, beautiful and well made. This is a great stroller if you’re looking for a sporty all-terrain stroller that still looks great.

12. Nuna Demi Grow — Tandem Luxury Pick; Compact, Maneuverable “Drives like a single” 

  • Price : $ 1,199 as a double ; ~ $949 as a single
  • Stroller Weight: 27.4 lbs (singles) and 35.6 (doubles)
  • Weight Limit: 50 lbs per seat (both the toddler and second seat are exactly the same!)

The Nuna Demi Grow has a special “twin mode” that allows you to stroll both your babies simultaneously in car seats, bassinets or regular seats once they’re older. Yay! (Bassinets, car seats and second seat sold separately.)

13. Bugaboo Donkey5 Twin —   Luxury, Expandable/Versatile Side by Side

  • Price: $1,889+
  • Stroller Weights: 27.5 lbs (Mono) and 31.5 lbs (Duo & Twin)
  • Weight Limit: 50 lbs per seat (100 lbs combined)

Bugaboo makes a version (a package, rather) of the Donkey5 that is specifically for twins.

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With the Twin version, here is what you get:

  • 1 extendable stroller base
  • 2 seat/bassinet frames
  • 2 seat fabrics
  • 2 bassinet fabrics
  • 1 side luggage basket
  • 2 sun canopies
  • 2 rain covers

It’s a complete package, but you won’t get out the door for much less than $2k.

The truly unique feature of the Donkey is the double rear-facing feature. You won’t find this in any other side-by-side stroller.

Consider This: Silver Cross Wave Twin Stroller

  • Price: $2,199
  • Weight: chassis weight: 22 lbs; seat weight: 4.4 lbs (30.8 lbs with both seats attached)

If Bugaboo is a Kardashian, then the Silver Cross Wave is British Royalty. Seriously people — this baby is posh, chic and way out of my league.

But if you’re looking for a double for your duo that’s seriously top-of-the line and not the same stroller that everyone else has, you should at least take a peek at the Silver Cross Wave Twin (note, it’s currently not in stock many places, but we will keep checking and update as it becomes more widely available). 

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The 2022 model of this stroller can accommodate up to 55 lbs in both the upper and lower seats (for a combined total of 110 lbs), which is more than any other double stroller on the market. The Silver Cross can be used as either a single or double stroller — and the adapters needed to convert it into a double come in the box (for this price, that’s a relief!). Bonus: this stroller has reversible seats that recline to three different positions — including lie-flat mode for infants — and can be configured in 30 different ways. 

Other notable features: The Silver Cross Wave Twin has all-wheel suspension with puncture proof tires, UPF50+ ventilated canopies with peekaboo windows, and leatherette handlebars, bumper bars and trim. 

The Silver Cross Wave Twin comes with two stroller seats (the toddler seat and tandem seat), two bassinets (which can be used for overnight sleeping or daytime naps), two bamboo seat liners, two rain covers, two bug covers, one cup holder and one pair of tandem seat adapters to convert the stroller into a double.

The Silver Cross Wave Twin Stroller is compatible with infant car seats from Nuna, Maxi-Cosi, Cybex, and Clek (infant car seat adapters sold separately). 

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Ok friends, that covers our favorite twin strollers! I hope you found something you like. Is there one we missed? Please leave a comment below. Cheers!

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I was wondering if you have tried out the StrollAIR TwinWay stroller. It seems to be a more affordable version of the Bugaboo Donkey (with less features) but wanted to get some opinions or reviews on it!

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Hello! No I haven’t tried it out — thanks for putting it on our radar. I’ll have to look into it!

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Hi there! I was looking at the city mini double and the Zoe 2xl stroller for my 10mo twins. Im curious to know the reason the Zoe didn’t make this list? It has been my front runner based on specs but I haven’t compared them in person yet so maybe I am missing something? Any info would be wonderful!!

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Hi Carly! We love the Zoe XL2, but it’s more of a travel/umbrella stroller — and on this page we really tried to focus on primary/day-to-day strollers that are more full featured. That’s not to say that you can’t use the Zoe XL2 day to day, but twin parents tend to need something a little more robust. Hope this helps!

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30154 Agile Twin Stroller Black Hero

Steelcraft Agile Twin Travel System

age range: Suitable from Birth - 20kg in each seat

features: 6kg storage in basket. One-lift fold you have the security of Agile Sure Lock. Auto frame lock and frame carry handle for fuss free transport

weight : 12kg (approx.)

wheels, seat and handle type : Front swivel/ lockable wheels. Pivotal handle has multiple height positions. Recline the backrest with one-hand squeeze to multiple positions

dimensions assembled : 100H x 80D x 75W (approx.)

dimensions folded : 30H x 74D x 75W (approx.) -

warranty: 12 months

  • Suitable for 20kgs in each seat, plus 6kg storage
  • Multi Recline Position: recline the backrest with one-hand squeeze
  • One-link brake : One push and the brake is locked on both wheels
  • Travel System Compatible: Adaptors included, Infant Carrier available separately
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duet ™ travel system for twins bundle

duet™ travel system for twins bundle

The most compact, fully featured, all-terrain side-by-side buggy in the market that is the same width as a single buggy; duet™ is the ultimate ride for siblings or twins, from newborn to toddler, offering innovation like no other.

This bundle includes two protect™ infant car seats , providing p rotection, versatility and comfort for your baby offering convenience on the buggy or in the car.

  • class leading rating by Child Restraint Evaluation Program (CREP)
  • complies with ECER44/04 - Europe safety standard
  • protect™ features huge high side protection with thick EPS foam for impact absorption
  • built-in and fully extendable, breathable cover with UPF 50+ sun protection
  • included travel adaptor to attach the car seats to the duet™ buggy

3 car installation options:

  • install the universal base, using your car's seat belt. Click here to learn more
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  • install using your car's seat belt

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Designed upon the world’s first, all terrain, 3-wheeler; the Red Dot award winning platform of urban jungle™ luxury, just engineered to take two.

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duet™ passes all rigorous global standards, and is made of super high quality 6060 T52 aircraft grade lightweight aluminium, making all Mountain Buggies superior in strength.

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Revered for exceptional engineering and design, duet™ delivers sublime steering with one hand, and turns on a dime thanks to its perfect weight distribution and front wheels that 360º swivel - so easy to pop up over kerbs and obstacles too.

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At just 63cm, duet™ is one of the narrowest side-by-side's in the market; phenomenally the same wheelbase width as a single buggy, allowing it to fit seamlessly through a standard doorway or manoeuvre around tight shopping aisles.

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A much more generous gear tray than most, with zip pockets for compartmentalizing; allowing 10kg additional storage for you to take on your journey.

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Individual full recline, fabric sling seats that provide a lie flat mode that is perfect for your newborn OR twins right up to 4 years of age, providing more longevity for your family.

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With the addition of a car seat adaptor or adaptors for twins , you can safely secure an infant car seat (or two), to parent face your newborn/s.

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While most side-by-side buggies have options to parent face your newborn, you definitely have more options with duet™. There is the affordable soft shelled cocoon™ for one, OR the innovative single carrycot plus™ . carrycot plus™ offers you ingenious innovation plus value for money with 3 modes - a traditional lie flat bed, an incline position for babies who suffer from reflux, AND you can transform the carrycot into a parent facing modular seat – all in the one package.

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Our twins essentials offer the only options in the world where your newborn twins can still remain touching each other while in the buggy. The soft shelled cocoon™ for twins offers a lie flat, affordable bed within duet™, OR the innovative carrycot plus™ for twins . This twin product offers ingenious innovation plus value for money with 3 modes - a traditional lie flat bed where your twin newborns can still remain together, an incline position for babies who suffer from reflux, AND then you can transform the carrycot into a twin parent facing modular seat – still seated right next to one another to continue that strong bond; all in the one package.

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With the Mountain Buggy® strength and engineering, you can attach the freerider™ scooter board to duet™ for a fun day out.

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A hand operated active brake allows for maximum control to slow your buggy down across all surfaces, gradients and terrain when pushing the additional weight of two children. This thoughtful feature will provide you additional confidence and superior handling.

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duet™ includes 10" air filled tyres as they provide a much better ride as the rubber outer tube meets the most generous air filled pocket, providing the greatest degree of suspension and the smoothest handling on any surface; well suited for any terrain from shopping malls to the mountain trails.

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The same award winning design as our Red Dot award winning platform; duet™ easily folds down flat, and stand folds with one hand, conveniently keeping the fabric clean and off the ground.

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The patented tail free harnesses in each of the individual seats, has been cleverly designed to keep long, fussy, loose straps out of little hands and mouths for superior safety and hygiene.

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For better comfort on those long urban journeys out.

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Front wheels can be locked back OR full swivel for added manoeuvrability and control when pushing on rough terrain or jogging.

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The seats allow your children to sit snug inside the buggy frame at the right height. This perfect center of gravity instantly delivers superior manoeuvrability, lighter kerb pop (you don’t need a lot of weight to pop the nose of the buggy up to get over a kerb), and also provides better balance / stability.  

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There is always a built-in, full lie flat, newborn bed – so convenient, as NO additional newborn purchase is required (although they are available). This is great if you need to save to spend on other extras for your baby.  

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They provide the most room to grow for your children, and allows for heavier weight capacities.  

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Our fabric seats makes duet™ much lighter than most, especially against the option of a modular seat unit which has the added weight of the seat unit frame.  

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You don’t have to fuss about taking the seats off the frame before folding (unlike most modular seat buggies); just fold with the fabric sling seats still attached, and pop away easily.

the same wheelbase width as a single buggy at just 63cm

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soothing lie flat fabric sling seat for a tiny newborn to upright for a growing toddler

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superior manoeuvrability and outstanding kerb pop

at only 3.5kg, it's one of the lightest in the market

enhanced safety

5-point safety harness, high side protection and thick EPS foam nestle baby safely in their car seat

ergonomic handle

designed for perfect balance and weight distribution

Setting up your duet™ is easy! Find all the details you need here for how to set up and use!

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Customer Reviews

Love this buggy! Got this when my second bub arrived as I get out everyday when walking the dogs, and this is perfect for when I√¢‚Ǩ™ve got both my bubba and my 2 year old with me. Not too bulky as well which makes things even better! Recommend if you need a pram for two young kids √∞≈∏‚Äò¬ç√∞≈∏¬è¬Ω

Hi Saskia! Thanks for your awesome review. It's so great to hear you're loving getting out and about with duetâ„¢ with your two kiddies and dogs! MBx

So pleased with this buggy! Good points: It√¢‚Ǩ™s the same width as a single and I have no problem getting it in my hallway and going around the shops. It turns practically on the spot. It√¢‚Ǩ™s easy to push and is fine off road down bumpy tracks and over fields. I purchased all terrain tyres from mountain buggy so no punctures. It√¢‚Ǩ™s lightweight and I can get it in the boot of my Ford Fiesta (sideways and without the parcel shed) without detaching any wheels. The handle height can be altered. The grey seat covers look great but can also be reversed to the black side to keep them clean. The bag at the bottom seems really well made and I anticipate it lasting. I use the double rain cover when using the seat and carrycot . Just about fits so saved me money buying separate ones. My toddlers feet stick out but is fine with wellies on! Negatives: Only minors but ... The footbrake can be difficult to get to with muddy wellies on. The bolt which attaches the hand break has a sharp edge (maybe just mine?) but I√¢‚Ǩ™ve covered with electrical tape. The seat recline is adjusted by straps so not as easy as one handed type. The seats don√¢‚Ǩ™t sit bolt upright but my toddler is happy. The sun shields on the seat and carry cot aren√¢‚Ǩ™t huge but I use a clip on parasol for my baby and keep a sun hat and sunglasses in the buggy for my toddler. The seats and carrycot are obviously narrower but my nearly three year still has lots of room. My four month old baby fits fine and looks nice and snug. I√¢‚Ǩ™m happy!

Hi Caroline and thanks for writing a review. We love hearing that you live a life without limit with duetâ„¢. MBx

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17 Best Moscow Tours

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Are you planning a visit to the capital of Russia and looking for the best Moscow tours? From Red Square to the Kremlin and from world-class art to fairytale buildings, Moscow is an enchanting city that offers plenty of excitement and elegance. Its history dates back more than 800 years, and there is culture in abundance for visitors to immerse themselves in.

Make the most of your visit with 17 of the best Moscow tours that let you see everything the city and its surroundings have to offer.

1 – Guided Tour of the Moscow Metro

Guided Tour of the Moscow Metro

Moscow’s metro is world-famous, thanks to the architectural delights on offer underground stations around the capital. This guided tour of the Moscow stations, otherwise known as “the palace of the people” lasts for 1.5 hours and includes an English-speaking guide who will tell you how the Russian metro became one of the most beautiful in the world. Highlights include Mayakovskaya station with its aviation-themed mosaics.

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2 – Cosmonautics Museum Space Tour

Cosmonautics Museum Space Tour

Discover Cosmonautics Museum with this space tour. Dive into one of the greatest battles between the Soviet Union and the United States – the space race. Hear about the space programs of the USSR and learn about how the USSR shaped space travel and technology.

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3 – Guided Tour of the Kremlin

Guided Tour of the Kremlin

A Kremlin is actually a citadel in Russian towns, and Moscow’s version is, without doubt, the most famous. The Kremlin is the heartbeat of the city, and this guided tour takes you to the most important points of interest. See Cathedral Square with its orthodox temples; Tzar Cannon with its 890mm calibre, which is the largest in the world; and the exterior of the all-important government buildings that are located within the Kremlin’s walls.

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4 – Moscow City Walking Tour

Moscow City Walking Tour

One of the best Moscow tours for seeing everything the city has to offer, this small-group walking tour lasts for 2 hours and includes an expert guide. Make the most of the capital and see the cobbled spaces of Red Square, take pictures of St Basil’s Cathedral, visit the elegant Bolshoi Theatre, and enjoy the ornamental Alexandrovsky Garden.

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5 – Night Tour of Moscow

Night Tour of Moscow

When the sun sets, the fun begins – and it all starts with a night tour of Russia’s most famous city. The beauty of Moscow comes into full effect after hours, as iconic buildings like St Basil’s Cathedral illuminate against the night sky. Other locations on this tour include the Moscow River and the Ukraine Hotel, which is a landmark skyscraper that was constructed during the era of Stalin.

6 – Sergiev Posad Day Trip

Sergiev Posad Day Trip

One of the best Moscow tours that take you outside of the city, the Sergiev Posad day trip provides the opportunity to see The Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is the spiritual centre of the Russian Orthodox Church. It’s made up of a number of different buildings that include the blue domes of the Cathedral of the Assumption, Church of St. Sergius and the Bell Tower.

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7 – City Sightseeing Moscow Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour with Optional Cruise

City Sightseeing Moscow Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour with Optional Cruise

If your time in Moscow is limited, this hop-on, hop-off bus tour is ideal – and it even features an optional cruise on the river. Choose between a 2 and 3-day ticket and see famous landmarks like Red Square, the Kremlin and the Bolshoi Theatre from an open-top panoramic bus with informative audio commentary. Take your experience to the next level by upgrading to a boat tour.

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8 – Guided Tour of the Tretyakov Gallery

Guided Tour of the Tretyakov Gallery

As one of the world’s most important galleries, the Tretyakov Gallery is a must-see for any art lovers and is one of the best Moscow tours for culture vultures. Learn about the masterworks of Pablo Tretyakov with a guided tour and discover the secrets behind the paintings. Other noticeable artists on view include Fedotov, Vasnetsov, Rokotov and Kiprenski, who is the author of the famous “Portrait of Alexander Pushkin”.

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9 – Alternative Moscow: 2-Hour Walking Tour

Alternative Moscow: 2-Hour Walking Tour

See a different side of Moscow with this 2-hour alternative tour. An expert guide will take you around quirky streets, suburbs and squares while as your veer away from the traditional tourist hotspots. Highlights include a ride on the famous “Annushka” tram and a visit to the neighbourhood of Khitrovka, which was once known as the criminal district of the city.

10 – St.Basil’s Cathedral and Red Square: Private Tour and Ticket

St.Basil's Cathedral and Red Square: Private Tour and Ticket

Combine two of Moscow’s biggest attractions with a visit to Red Square and St.Basil’s Cathedral. Admire the beautiful architecture of St.Basil’s Cathedral from inside and out, before wandering Red Square and learn about the soldiers, farmers and revolutionaries that all called this famous square their home. Round things off with the changing of the guard at Alexander Garden.

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11 – Bunker-42 Cold War Museum Guided Tour

Bunker-42 Cold War Museum Guided Tour

Moscow is notorious for the Cold War, which lasted for about 45 years between 1945 and 1990. Head to the world-famous Bunker-42, located 65 meters below ground level, and learn about the storied past. Visit rooms and passages that were set up to shelter 3,000 people in case of nuclear attack and discover other sections, such as the equipment room and the war-proof telecommunications system.

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12 – Architecture Tour of Moscow’s Metro and Kolomenskoye Estate

Architecture Tour of Moscow's Metro and Kolomenskoye Estate

Combine the beauty of the metro stations with the Kolomenskoye Estate and see some of Moscow’s grandest sights. After visiting the elegant metro stations, it’s time to go to the Kolomenskoye Estate, which is filled with UNESCO-listed sites that are dedicated to Tsar Peter the Great.

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13 – Tour of Soviet Moscow

Tour of Soviet Moscow

Unpick the history of the USSR with one of the best Moscow tours for discovering Soviet Moscow. Starting at Monument to the Conquerors of Space, a tribute to the success of the Soviet space programme, the tour includes historical landmarks and interesting tidbits about Soviet Russia. There is also a visit to the All-Russia Exhibition Centre (VDNKh), a site that was constructed under the aegis of the USSR in tribute to state achievements.

14 – Moscow: 2.5-Hour Luxury River Cruise with Dining Option

Moscow: 2.5-Hour Luxury River Cruise with Dining Option

Sail down the Moscow River on this 2.5 hour tour that provides a different perspective of the city and includes landmark sights. The boat features two decks and has panoramic views as well as free Wi-Fi access. Attractions along the route include Ukraine hotel, Sparrow Hills, Christ the Saviour Cathedral, Crimean Bridge, St. Basil’s Cathedral, Zaryadye Park and more.

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15 – Izmailovo Market and Vodka Museum Tour

Izmailovo Market and Vodka Museum Tour

Visit the museum of Vodka and gain insight into one of Russia’s most famous exports and head to the Izmailovo antique and handicraft market to find a gem or two. The tour starts with Izmailovo market, which features the iconic matryoshka dolls, fur hats and amber jewellery. Next up is a trip to the Museum of Vodka, where you will discover a distillery that dates back to the 15th century.

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16 – Súzdal and Vladímir Day Tour

Súzdal and Vladímir Day Tour

Discover Russia’s famous “Golden Ring” on this tour of two medieval cities outside of Moscow. The historic city of Vladimir is first up with its Golden Gate, which is an ancient city-fortress that dates back to the 13th century. Next up is the neighbouring town of Suzdal, which features historic architecture and the Kremlin, where you can see its striking white walls topped with blue domes.

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17- Moscow Food Tasting & Walking Tour

Moscow Food Tasting & Walking Tour

Sample the unique flavours of Moscow with this food tour that lasts for 3 hours and features more than 15 different food and drink tastings. Weave in and out of small alleys in the city centre while enjoying the best food spots in town. See Moscow like a local while trying classic dishes from local breakfast haunts, bustling markets, the oldest monastery in Moscow, and dumpling cafes where you can taste authentic dumplings and enjoy local coffee.

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