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The Summit X3 Double's handlebar is fixed at a fairly high 40" from the ground. You cannot adjust it to match your height, which is an inconvenience for short parents since their arms will be at a weird angle and may cause shoulder muscle injuries after prolonged use. See More
The front wheel can either swivel or lock in place. This versatility makes it useful for both jogging and other routine activities like grocery shopping. When jogging, it is advisable to lock the front wheel to to prevent it from swerving when you hit a bump. When strolling casually, it is best to set the wheels to swivel to make it easier to turn corners. See More
Unlike all the other strollers that require you to bend down and manually lock the front wheel yourself, the Summit X3 Double is equipped with a lock lever located at the right side of the frame that you can easily reach. This is very convenient for parents who frequently switch between fixed and swivel modes when they are jogging and walking at intervals. See More
Your children are secured with the 5-point padded harness. It is easy for parents but difficult for the kids to unbuckle because pressure needs to be applied to the lock. You can run in peace without thinking that your children might jump off mid-run. See More
The three-fold canopy extends to cover the sun up to your children's knees but there are mesh windows that you can open for good air circulation. At the back are windows that can be exposed when the seats are fully reclined, providing comfort for your children especially during warm days. See More
Thanks to the air-filled rubber 16" and 12" tires and all-wheel suspension, you can bring this stroller to any terrain and not worry about your children being bumped around in their seats. The wheels, acts as a natural suspension, and they contribute and work together with the suspension to absorb bumps and ensure your children stays steady in their seats. See More
Its most beneficial feature is its light weight, thanks to its all-aluminum frame. It only weighs 16 lbs - the canopies, wheels, all of it - which is lighter than most single 'lightweight' strollers. Parents will find it easy to push and steer this stroller around even with the combined weight of the stroller itself, the children and the added stuff they bring along on the storage basket. See More
When the seat is fully reclined, there is a zipper you can open at the top part of the seat and a window will be exposed. This is convenient during warm weather since it provides air flow. Also, this will provide a direct line of sight and comfort for the children knowing that their parent is just right behind them. See More
This is basically just the stroller you need from birth up until your children grow older. Its weight capacity is up to 50 pounds per seat, has a tall seat back of 18" and 23" from the top of the canopy to the bottom of the seat, which means even tall children could comfortably fit in this stroller. See More
Unlike most strollers which only has a small brake you can step on, the Zoe has an aluminum bar across the stroller frame that you can step anywhere on. This is helpful when you need to stop suddenly, since you don't need to look down for the brakes. See More
The 5-point harness system is easy for parents but difficult for children to lock and undo. 30 lbs of pressure need to be applied to unlock the button. This is easy for the parents who can already exert that much effort but hard for the children who do not have that much force yet. See More
The handlebar is 40.5" from the ground and the rear wheels are placed at a recessed angle which allows room for parents to stride without hitting the back of the stroller. This is called kick space. Even if the handlebar is not adjustable, parents can move closer to the stroller and not worry about unintentionally kicking the stroller when they walk. See More
Peek-a-boo windows are used to check in on your child without needing to go in front of the stroller. Most windows are made of a mesh fabric which contributes to good air flow but the Book For Two has a hard plastic cover that not only glares under the sun but also doesn't allow air to pass through. Also, it is placed on the 2nd panel of the canopy which is not easily accessible unless you are tall. You would have to hide or fold one panel in order to see through the window. See More
Unlike most strollers (mostly umbrella) that have 3 handles, the Book for Two only has a single bar that you can push anywhere on. This helps you adjust where you need to push, depending on where the heavier child is seated. If your heavier child is on the right, you can push the stroller on the right side of the handlebar where the weight is closer to. See More
You would not need to hand carry your things and you can focus on steering the stroller with your both hands. There is an ample storage space in the basket at the bottom of the seat and two mesh pockets at the back of each seat. See More
The Book for Two is a travel system, which means it is compatible to work with other baby travel products, particularly the Primo Viaggio car seats, with the use of connectors. A standing board can also be attached to the back part of the frame for an older child to ride-along. See More
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