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There are 16 different configurations to setup the stroller according to your needs. The most common configuration is the car seat (front) + toddler seat (back) for families with a toddler and a baby. For parents, it's helpful that the stroller can adapt to various parenting scenarios. For example, if one of your children frequently demands attention while the other wants to see more of the world, you can choose to have one seated facing you while the other faces the front. See More
The handbrake on the right side of the handlebar is very useful especially in sloping streets. A heavy stroller can pull you with its weight, which could endanger you and your children's lives. With the handbrakes, you'll be able to control the stroller much more easily. See More
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No matter what seating configuration you and your children prefer, this stroller can accommodate it. They can easily be configured to match your children's age. You can have both seats facing the front, both facing the back, or you can set them to face each other. See More
At only 34 lbs, the Options Elite is one of the lightest double strollers available. Although just a few pounds lighter than other strollers, it is beneficial for parents who have heavy children or are used to carrying around plenty of things with them. See More
You can invest in just this stroller and not buy another one down the line. You can use this stroller from birth (with car seats), at 8 months (when your children have enough neck muscle control) up until they grow older, provided they still are weigh under 50 pounds. See More
This stroller's storage basket is capable of taking all your children's necessities, and even your own personal items, minimizing the need to hand-carry other items. In fact, it's capable of holding up to 40 lbs. You can therefore focus on steering the stroller with both of your hands. Some parents even use this a shopping basket to reduce the need for another cart to push. It's also worth noting the basket frame's ability to open wide is convenient since it makes it easy to put things in and take things out without them getting snagged on the rim of the basket. You can do this by pushing the basket rim down. See More
Although it's just 1.5 lbs lighter and 1 inch narrower than the first version of the Vista, it's much easier to push even with the combined weight of your children, the double stroller, and the extra things you may put in the storage basket. See More
I love this stroller. I can't say enough good things about it. If there is one con, it is a small one. I wish I could use the same car seat adapter that I have for my single Bob Revolution. However, there is no attachment between the two seats so you are forced to buy the duallie car seat attachment with toddler snack tray. I don't like having the snack tray because it makes it harder for my toddler to get in and out. Overall, this is a wonderful stroller. I wouldn't buy anything else. See More