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  • Assembled dimensions: 43 x 32 x 40 inches
  • Folded dimensions w/wheels: 46 x 37 x 16 inches
  • Folded dimensions w/o wheels: 31 x 32 x 10 inches
  • Stroller weight: 29 lbs.
  • Wheel size: 16 inches
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Item Weight40 pounds
Product Dimensions46 x 37 x 16 inches
UPC631418200043
  
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Best Sellers Rank #305,456 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight40 pounds
  
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Product Description

Using the Dreamer Design Ditto Jogger Lite will help you to forget how much work two children can be! With individual seats, canopies and footrests, each child will feel like they're in their own little world, and so will you!

Features:

  • Handbrake and foot-operated parking brake
  • Alloy rims with steel hubs
  • Easy, compact folding
  • Fully rotating dual Bubble Sun Canopy with dual pivot system
  • Large view-port canopy windows
  • Sun mesh canopy front
  • Canopy side ventilation system
  • Removable and machine washable fabric
  • All weather cover

Specifications:

  • Assembled Dimensions: 54"L x 32"W x 40"H
  • Folded Dimensions with Wheels: 44"L x 31"W x 23"H
  • Folded Dimensions without Wheels: 36"L x 31"W x 13"H
  • Stroller Weight: 29 lbs.
  • Wheel Size: 16"
  • Seat Recline: 30-degrees
  • Seat Width/Depth: 12"/10"
  • Leg Length/Head Height: 12"/22"
  • Weight Capacity: 100 lbs.

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It's VERY light and VERY easy to handle.
Janie A Altonaga
We have pretty crappy roads and sidewalks here, and the inflatable tires are SO NICE.
farmersdaughter
We love our jogger and are thrilled with the product itself.
L. Willis-Tropea

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Janie A Altonaga on April 11, 2009
I really do love this. It's VERY light and VERY easy to handle. The seats are roomy so I know I will get a few more years out of this.

The back pockets provide ample storage for diapers and wipes if you need to take them along. I don't recommend hanging a heavy diaper bag over the handles. It made the stroller tip backward. Although, I did have water bottles and a lot of my own stuff in there -- but anyway something to think about. This just goes to show you how light the stroller really is.

Also, if you plan to do a lot of shopping the basket underneath isn't all that great. It is easier to get to than most strollers I've dealt with, though.

Folding this jogger can be a bit tricky in the beginning. It tends to pop up and fold down again depending on how you're holding it. I wish there was a better mechanism for keeping it closed flat for storage or for transporting in the vehicle.

Another thing that kind of bugs me, and maybe me more than the babies, is that the shoulder straps are a pain to get in and out of. The strap release is a pain (however I can only really compare that of carseats). They also seem really uncomfortable... But it could be that the babies are only 1 and as they get older the straps will probably fit better.

At any rate, this is a GREAT stroller. It's VERY smooth. I think you'll really like it.

I had no problem getting around sidewalks in the little town of Ventura... you won't fit through any single-doors so think about that if you plan to use it as your primary stroller.

Have fun!

:)
Janie
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Stamatios H. Varias on September 28, 2007
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The stroller glides so well it seems to encourage you to move faster. The canopies have multiple positions to block out setting or rising suns. The storage below doesn't accommodate any large bags, though, there is plenty of room for loose items. The twins love the open ride. Not a stroller for feeding them if you need a tray.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By hcabats on February 23, 2009
LOVE this stroller...can not say enough...see my other reviews on strollers if you want perspective! We have used this every year esp. when the boys were babies on the beach...best way to have a baby at the beach, plus such an easy way to cart your stuff with little kids in tow! my in-laws bought this for us when our 2nd son was born and it has gotten a ton of use! we have easily loaded it up in our station wagon for week long trips...fits easily as it folds flat! and the wheels come off easily just like a bike's and the back one's push off like a wheelchair i am told...all i know is it's easy! we have bought so many strollers and i so want to help people before they end up with a garage full of ones they don't like or use or need to replace! this one stores easily in the gargae too! we have it hang from the handlebars on two plastic coated hooks and the wheels go down below, which is important as we have a one car garage and like having the car in there! the seats recline as well so babies/toddlers can nap...and it's so easy to push it makes you want to jog! and even though it is a double isn't too heavy...we had a single jogger from babbies 'r us and it was so much heavier! i'm sure they make them better now than 8 years ago, but...there is nothing i would improve on this stroller and love the double canopies esp. as our kids are 2-3 years apart! i've owned it for 6 years now and it's still a favorite! i wouldn't look at any other jogger personally it fits our needs and storage issues perfectly!
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful By L. Willis-Tropea on May 12, 2007
Upon receiving our Dreamer Ditto, we found that the straps attaching the seats to the bottom of the jogger were frayed. We contacted Dreamer (although we bought the jogger from another vendor) and they sent us new replacement seats within days! We've never had such great customer service. We love our jogger and are thrilled with the product itself.
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This stroller is awesome. We actually didn't buy it from Amazon, we bought it second-hand from another lady that used it for 4 years before us. We've had it for 2 and it is still in great shape and I will continue to use it for several more!

If you are concerned that it won't work for infants, don't be. The seats lay back really far, and with some towels rolled up to keep baby supported and snug, I used it only days after giving birth. I was even able to keep the other seat upright for my then 18 month old.

We have pretty crappy roads and sidewalks here, and the inflatable tires are SO NICE. I've had several strollers with different sizes of wheels, and even one with the big wheels but with hard tires, and they don't compare at all. I just had an innertube go flat and need a new one, but that is the only maintenance it's needed in all six years. It's a great investment for all the years of use you'll get and you'll have a fairly good return when you resell it when you are done with it. (We paid $80.)

It also folds up pretty well. The first time I took it apart, it took a while to figure it out, but now I can do it in less than a minute. It fits nicely in the back of the minivan with the tires off and folded up.
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