Have you been blessed with twins, or just two small loveable children? Then you will definitely need a good, double stroller to transport those toddlers around. In this collection, wefoundthebest has carefully selected the best selling double strollers.
#1: Graco UNO2DUO Double Stroller
The Graco UNO2DUO starts out as a single stroller and expands to double as your family grows. It is extended in 1 easy step when needed, giving you a total of 11 ways to ride with 1 or two children.
Parent review appreciate the small size (it’s not bulky!), standing platform and that this is the only stroller you really need. It is also very user friendly.
#2: Baby Trend Expedition Double Jogger
The Baby Trend Expedition Double Jogger is a multi-position double jogger with safety harnesses and a well sized storage basket. It comes in 3 color options and has a parent tray.
Parents praise this stroller in reviews. The larger flexible bike-like wheels give a much better strolling experience, and it is endurable and practical.
#3: Jeep Scout Double Stroller
The Jeep Scout Double Stroller is a flexible and multi-position “umbrella” type double stroller with reclining seats and abundant storage options. The 5.5” wheels have front swivel and a suspension system. It is compact and lightweight and will easily come through standard 30 inch wide doors.
Parent reviews mention that this stroller is easy to use and maneuver, and that it folds easily to almost nothing.
#4: Baby Trend Sit N Stand
The Baby Trend Sit N Stand Double Stroller is a tandem type stroller that allows the children to sit in front and rear seats, as well as stand on the rear platform. It can be expanded with car seats (sold separately), and has a swing-away child tray and a covered parent tray.
Parents have reviewed this stroller as being durable and easy to fold, and since it is tandem it’s only slightly longer than a standard stroller.
#5: JOOVY Caboose Tandem Stroller
The JOOVY Caboose Too Graphite Stand-On Tandem Stroller is a compact and maneuverable tandem double stroller with removable rear seat and standing platform. It also has a universal car seat adapter.
In reviews, parents are mostly happy with their decision to purchase this stroller. It is affordable, easy to maneuver and takes up less space than most strollers, and is great for outings.
#6: Baby Trend Expedition Double Jogger
The Baby Trend Expedition Double Jogger is a lightweight but sturdy “jogger”-type double stroller with great reviews. It has a foot-activated brake system and a quick and easy fold.
Parents highly recommend this stroller as being high quality and the smooth ride that turns on a dime.
#7: Baby Trend Navigator Lite Double Jogger Stroller
The Baby Trend Navigator Lite Double Jogger Stroller is the last but not the least in this selection of double strollers. It is relatively lightweight and sturdy with pneumatic bicycle tires and a convenient parent tray.
In reviews, parents praise this stroller as being a high quality great ride. It is slightly wider than most double strollers, so make sure that’s not a problem.
Things to consider when selecting the right double stroller
When choosing your double stroller, there’s a lot of factors to consider. We have collected the most important ones below.
Jogger friendly: A “jogger” type double stroller has special handlebars and wheels well suiting for speed. On the downside, joggers typically have less options and weigh more.
Rain & sun protection: Most strollers have canopy shields that ratchet to protect your loved ones from the elements.
Tandem or side-by-side: Tandems take up less space. Side-by-sides is a better child experience. It’s all up to you.
Standing platform: Some strollers offer a standing platform. Many kids love this!
Easy fold: See specs for folding dimensions and check if the folded stroller fits in your car. This is critical for everyday use.
Wheel quality: Consider if you prefer the small plastic wheels or the larger bicycle-type wheels – or something in between. It’s all a matter of space, weight and preference.
Child size: Check the size and weight of the children that the stroller accomodates.
“Umbrella” type: The umbrella type stroller folds lengthwise and typically is more lightweight and takes up less space. They can also be less durable.
Child’s tray: Some double stroller offers child’s tray as well, which often detaches or swivels.
Car seat adapter: Some strollers come with car seats sold separately or with seating that adapt to a universal type. Check the stroller specs to make sure.
Color and texture: Some stroller brands come in various color and texture options to better fit your style.
Reclining seats: Some strollers have reclining seats, allowing the child to rest or sleep while in the stoller.
Face direction: Consider if you want a stroller that is parent facing or forward facing. Forward facing gives a better child experience in the long run.
Parent tray: Snacks, cups & speakers: Consider if the stroller allows a snack holder and room for cups. Some even have speakers.
Warranty: Check low star user reviews for the quality of the customer service in case of failures. Most strollers will encounter problems in their lifetime, as they are a critical part of everyday family life.