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Kinderwagon Hop Tandem Umbrella Stroller - Red v2
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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.Read more ›
Here are some other pros & cons:
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.
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.Read more ›
Let's start with the basics: we own a 2009 UPPAbaby Vista with Standing Board and Graco carseat adapter (which we love love love), a 2010 UPPAbaby G-Luxe (which we also love), and a 2012 Bumbleride Indie Twin with a universal car seat adapter we think is OK (the air-filled tires always get us).
Let's start with the basics. This is a $300 double stroller. No, it is not as easy to push as my UPPAbabys. It has slightly more friction than our Bumbleride Indie Twin with full tires when pushing on a flat, non-graded surface. But for its price class it's far beyond anything else that's available.
Let's start with the canopy. The rear child is completely covered by the canopy. Not one drop of sun is going to touch your rear child in this stroller. (None of our other strollers provide that much protection to any child.) The front child is moderately protected by the canopy, but it's more protection than at least 50% of the single umbrella strollers that come with canopies provide. Thus, I don't understand why anyone complains about this canopy. If you don't like the length of the canopy for your front child, you can always buy a canopy extender.
The push: The push of the stroller is not really one-handed, especially when you have two kids. The stroller is 21 lbs, my 12-month-old is 22 lbs, and my 3.5-year-old is about 36 lbs.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I LOVE this stroller! Both seats recline, it pushes with easy, it's compact frame...what more could one ask for in a double stroller. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Philip Pretzinger
I am a bus rider, so I LOVE the size and weight of this stroller! Unfortunately, it hasn't held up very well. Read morePublished 23 months ago by January Gevara
We have two sets of twins and I've tried every stroller out there. This my new favorite daily use and handles well on sidewalk (not meant for trail rides) and indoors. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Gabrielle
We have twins. The problem with most twin strollers is that they are huge and bulky, or extra wide, or cost a million bucks. Read morePublished on December 8, 2013 by Mom of the North
I have never posted a review of baby items before but I simply felt compelled to post a review this stroller because it has changed my life for the better. Read morePublished on November 18, 2013 by Keboard
The kinderwagon has revolutionized my experience as a mother of twin 7 month olds! Finally I found a stroller that fits through all doors, navigates easily, that I can lift all by... Read morePublished on August 20, 2013 by Alessandra Bresciani
I've two sons, age 4 and 2.5yrs. Bought this stroller from another seller ( not from amazon) and the front seat broke after 2 months. Read morePublished on August 15, 2013 by Lynda
We LOVE our Kinderwagon hop! We were gifted a Dream on me stroller and it was cheap and faulty. We used the credit to purchase this stroller. Read morePublished on August 12, 2013 by CaliSmock
Long travel alone with two kids (3 and 1,5, big kids) from Montreal to Hannover, perfect!!! Kids was able to sleep and to enjoy the long walks in stroller. Read morePublished on June 24, 2013 by olga sorokina