Contours Options Tandem Stroller, Ruby (Older Version) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Includes car seat attachment that accomodates most infant car seats on the market today including these brands: baby trend, britax, chicco, combi,etc
- Numerous toddler features include areas for easy step-in, rear stadium-style seating for improved view and each seat accommodates 40 pounds
- Parents will like the handy quick trigger fold and free-stand design that remains upright after folding - folded size 24" x 25" x 42"
- 8" swivel wheels with suspension and 10" rear never flat wheels for better maneuverability important feature in a tandem stroller
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My husband and I do Love this stroller but we've realized there are some major things missing that other strollers have. To some, it might not be a big deal but to others it will be. We've been using this for over a year with twins(started using them when they were 5 months & they're now 17 months)
*No Food Tray-this was something I never thought about when I was pregnant & looking for strollers(1st time parent) but there have been many instances where having a food tray would have really helped. Like we just took a trip to the Zoo and there were no highchairs or anything and since their seats didn't have a tray we had to hold them on our lap(it was not an easy task) 2 of our friends went with us and both their strollers had trays and their kids(same age as ours) just sat in theirs and happily ate. It doesn't state that there is a feeding tray so I can't be mad about it, I'm just trying to let people who probably don't think about things like that know. Had I known what I know now, I would have gotten a stroller w/ the feeding trays...and a place for them to have a cup would have been nice too.
*You can't change a diaper in these seats. Another thing we never thought of. There are many places you will go where there is no convenient or clean place to change a baby. My best friends stroller folds completely flat so you can change a baby, we ended up using her stroller to change our girls at the Zoo.
*The front canopy takes up the back passengers space if it isn't up all the way. We always put the bigger of our girls in the back and she's constantly kicking the canopy since it falls on her legs. Not a huge deal but certainly annoying for the back rider.Read more ›
-It's very well made.
-You can turn the seats any way you want them.
-The seats are comfortable.
-For being such a big stroller it's amazingly easy to navigate.
-It's got a HUGE basket underneath for discarded jackets, diaper bags, sippy cups, shoes and whatever els your kids throw down there.
-It took about 20 minutes to assemble and the instructions are very clear and simple.
-It collapses easier than most single strollers.
-Unlike a lot of side by side double strollers it fits in every doorway.
-You need some trunk space to put this thing in.
-You have to take the seats off to get it really flat. So be prepared because it takes several minutes to take the seats off, fold it up and load it all up in the car.
-You kind of need a plan where you are going with this bad boy. I took my kids to the doctor and had to do a three point turn to get it out of the hallway.
All in all I love it. The only thing I would change is that I would make it collapsable with both seats on.
-It fits two children VERY comfortably. My kids are 18 months apart and this stroller was great using the child seat carrier and pushing the 18 month old around.
-It has a TON of storage space underneath in the basket and the cup holders/parent storage is adaquete
-The option to turn the seats into whatever direction you choose is great option, the kids like looking at each other or at me
-The seats recline very far, once my littlest one was a few months old I could recline him into one of the seats in a "bassinet" fashion
-The infant carrier attachment is great, not having to take a sleeping baby out of his car seat is a bonus
-It is HUGE and heavy(but all double strollers are, this is the price you pay for your children being comfortable)
-You need to take at least one of the seats off to put it away which can be inconvienant when you have a screaming toddler and screaming infant in their car seats waiting to go
You just need to weigh your options and decide what is best for you. I would not recommend this stroller for trips to the mall and short outings. This stroller however was great for trips to the zoo, fair, and other day long outings where comfort was key. I have owned this stroller for 9 months and have used it ALOT and it has held up nicely. I do use it on a daily basis when I take the kids for a walk outside and we live in a rural area. I do get a lot of comments on it when I take it out. If you are looking for something comfortable for the kiddos and don't mind how big it is or taking a little bit of extra time to take a seat off and fold it and then take the time to put it together than this one is for you.
- I like how i can put both carseats and switch to the attachable seats when they are older
- I love how there is plenty of room to put their huge diaper bag and room for more
- I like that i can turn the seats facing me or each other or facing forward
- I like that its easy to push and steer
- I like that it was easy to put together all by myself (7 months pregnant at the time)
The only thing negative i would say is when i put both boys facing each other their legs would touch, so i'm guessing it wont be long when they start kicking each other, or there wont be any room to face each other. Other than that I love taking my boys out for a walk in their stroller any chance i get.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Was a fantastic stroller for two. Quality is high. Only issues were; a bumper bar came broken (but was quickly replaced for free) and weight limit, per seat should be lowered... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Mom to many
Very bulky and hard to quickly out together. My husband actually likes but I didn't . I have twins.Published 17 months ago by Deborah Gomez
I ordered this item January 2012. I had my son (2nd child) in May 2012 and by July 2012, it was falling apart. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Sherri
This stroller is to heavy for someone to be carrying around. You will also need a large SUV or minivan to be able to carry it around. The stroller is also really heavy to carry.Published on January 4, 2014 by aperez
My daughter said she would not no what she would have done with out this stroller made it so easy with the twins they are now two years old and this item is still a blessing. Read morePublished on December 20, 2013 by Amazon Customer
This stroller was awful. It looks nice and trendy but it is crazy heavy and not at all convenient. I sold it at a yard sale after using it once.Published on December 10, 2013 by Bridget
My family and I have nicknamed this "the mega stroller". You better have a van or SUV, because it won't fit in the trunk of a car. Read morePublished on November 16, 2013 by Victoria
This stroller looks great, but is so heavy feels like I'm driving a bus! I did Love the large under storage!Published on November 15, 2013 by kathleen buying