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Item Weight27.7 pounds
Product Dimensions46 x 14.9 x 12.5 inches
  
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ASINB005G7XF6I
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Shipping Weight27.7 pounds
  
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Kinderwagon Tandem Umbrella Stroller - Red

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37 of 41 people found the following review helpful By M. chang on August 24, 2011
Color Name: Red
The stroller has all good intention in design, but it is only useful if you are a tall person. Otherwise, you can only use it with canopy folded. The stroller is 42 inches high. It is lightweight ( 21.5 lb. no kidding!), narrow tandem seat, and pretty. The only problem is that the canopy blocked my front view. I am 5 feet tall. Up to 3 meters long area in front of stroller is totally blocked by the canopy. And even I step on a 6 in. stool; I still can't see the front Up to 1.5 meters long area.

Here are some other pros & cons:

Pros:
1. Lightweight
2. Slick, compact, pretty, modern design. My daughter loves it so much as she can climb into the front seat and back seat by herself.
3. Narrow width to go through every door.
4. Comes with 1 rain cover, 1 cup hold, and 1 removable small bag.
5. The canopy has 2 windows for you to see both kids.

Cons:
1. It's very stiff to unfold the stroller. I have to step on the paddle very hard to open it.
2. Folding is not hard, just like Maclaren but no one-hand self-locking function. Instead, you have to manually hook straps on both sides. It's not easy if you have to hold baby with one hand and folding the stroller with the other hand.
3. The front seats are only 6.5 inches in depth, but it can be extended up to 11.5 inches in depth. My 3-year-old daughter is 27 lb. while sitting in the front seat, she can easily slide out and her feet touch the ground if not buckle up.
4. The back seat is also 6.5 inches in depth, but cannot be extended. It's for baby from birth to 40 lb. However, the seat is not reclined fully. Newborn will need head support. By the way, you need both hand to make the back seat recline by lifting 2 small metal latch pieces on both sides at the same time.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By MK on April 8, 2013
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
This is my 4th stroller, my twin sons are currently 21 months old. Unfortunately, with twins one stroller was never quite right. My first stroller was the cart type (Baby Trend) that the two car seats attached, perfect, but they outgrew it with the car seats. My second stroller is a large jogging type stroller (Baby Jogger City Elite), perfect for long walks (I love to do) but impossible to lift in and out of my van on a daily basis. My third stroller side-by-side, smaller than jogging stroller, but supposedly with a weight of 50lbs per seat, however hard to maneuver once the the boys were a combined weight of 50lbs! A myriad of problems with that stroller, seats, straps terrible, Baby Jogger should be ashamed for putting that stroller on the marker and charging $400 (Baby Jogger City Micro - discontinued, for good reason).

This Kinderwagon stroller, was based on my need to run errands with two toddlers, not practical to try and get two toddlers out of car seats and hold hands to cross parking lots. The Kinderwagon meets this need, it is lightweight, easy to fold and unfold, easy to push while opening up doors, easily fits between cars in parking lot (I don't like to put the stroller behind my van while I get kids out of their car seats, too easy for other car to hit in busy parking lot).

My main complaint with this stroller is the back seat has a very shallow sling seat. I extended the seat with a piece of corrugate plastic and covered with a "Skip Hop" stroller pad. For $300 it should have come with two decent seats! Slight design flaw that could have been corrected and should have been corrected since this is a recurring complaint from parents.
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23 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Rachel Goupillot on May 26, 2013
Color Name: Red Verified Purchase
I received my kinderwagon hop just over a week ago, I wish I had found this brilliant invention 18 months ago, it would have saved me A LOT of money!!

Okay, I'm a nana....but a young nana to two gorgeous grandchildren. My daughter and her husband are like all young families starting out, the try very hard but things can be a bit tough. When they were expecting baby number 2 my husband and I said we would buy the double stroller as a gift, the babies are 15 months apart. We went out and bought a gorgeous, all singing, all dancing 3 wheel side-by-side double stroller....already I can hear the cringes coming from mums reading this!! The stroller was great but it was very big, and very heavy. After a couple of months, my daughter gave up with the big heavy stroller and bought an umbrella side-by-side stroller, I also bought one as I have the babies most Fridays and Saturday's.

After a few months of seeing my daughter struggle in the shops with the side-by-side we found a second hand single stroller with a toddler seat, that was okay but as the baby got bigger, neither one of the babies liked being in the bottom seat, so we both went back to using the side-by-side umbrella stroller.

A few months after that I saw a mum pushing a Joovy Kaboose and thought, wow, what a great idea, the baby can sit in the seat and the toddler can either stand on the rear platform or sit on the bench seat if he gets tired, so again I managed to find a second hand one, and my daughter used that for a bit, but again it is quite heavy and not ideal lifting and stowing into the trunk. Again, we both went back to the umbrella side-by-side stroller.
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