Munchkin Stroller Links, Black (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- Safely and easily connects 2 strollers to make an instant double stroller
- No tools needed
- Adjusts to fit different sized stroller tubes
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Safely and easily connects 2 strollers to make an instant double stroller. No tools needed. Adjusts to fit different sized stroller tubes
- 2.25 x 3.75 x 8 inches
- Weight: 0.8125 pounds
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Top Customer Reviews
I am so happy I did!
I will start with the cons though!
1.) The links do tend to loosen but a quick push and they tighten right back up.
2.) It does have a little play where one stroller may go "ahead" of the other a bit, mainly when turning. But it's not really an interference.
3.) If you hit a big bump, and I do mean pretty big, the links will come undone sometimes. But as long as your not off roading with your strollers and are on sidewalks your good.
I actually did go over some "rough" terrain [slowly though]. It was mulch paths our local biotonical gardens. The stroller held together well! As I said the links would loosen sometimes [mainly when turning again], but it was great to have a side by side the whole time!!
My wheels have only gotten tangled maybe twice and that has more to do with learning how to "turn on a dime". But once you get that learning curve, your good again! Yes, it makes the stroller wide but I only use it at the lake paths in our town or at Disney World.
For $10 it's a good investment if you don't want to buy or can't afford a side by side. I use mine on two cheap Costco strollers. ($25 each) So for $60 I have a side by side!
-They are quick and easy to attach
-they stay together even over rougher terrain (mud, playground mulch)
-the wheels never get entangled
-My turn radius is still really great
My only problem comes with me using two different strollers. The Mutsy is a little larger with taller handles, and the frames don't match up exactly, but these still work great!
*They will not fit through some doorways, but so far I haven't had any insurmountable problems.
UPDATE (2mo later)
We used this the other day at the museum with a 2.5yr old and a 1yr old. I was - once again - amazed by how well they stayed together with two toddlers in two different strollers! No problems at all! When we went through somewhere tight we unhooked the strollers in seconds, and re-hooked them again later.
So I bought a twin stroller and a single stroller... and its great because when Im with someone else, each one take one stroller, when Im alone, I convert insantly my 2 strollers in a triplet one!!! So I have always my links in the car, along with the strollers, this really makes you save a lot of money!!! And it gives you the plus (against buying a multiple stroller) that you have the option to use the strollers separated, or alltogether.
I maneuvered both strollers all around city sidewalks and while I was mindful of trying to miss the huge potholes/bumps in the side walk- I easily navigated through the regular sized bumps.
When at a door I couldn't go through with the strollers connected, or jumping on a bus, disconnecting the clips was a cinch. I also found I could still fold the Maclaren stroller with the clips attached.
Still work perfectly after a lot of abuse. Kids pushing strollers, jumping out unexpectedly, climbing on the links, you name it. Still like the day we bought them.
Fantastic idea by the Munchkin folks. Easily converted my 2 BRU strollers into a double. My brother got two packs to make a triple umbrella for himself. My strollers had different size wheels, but that didn't matter one bit. Gets a little dicey when doing serious off-roading, but other than that these are great!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Pop open easier than I would like. Combined two strollers need almost to be pushed by two people on flat group, especially when turning.Published 24 days ago by trickeration
It is a bummer that these Stroller Links have been discontinued because these are brilliant! We have twins and did not want to be tied down to the bulk and inconvenience of a... Read morePublished 1 month ago by erin brianne
We used these while traveling and they were just okay. They would come apart if the strollers misaligned and were difficult to put back on while out. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sumayyah
Best. Idea. Ever. I purchased these for two inexpensive umbrella strollers. I didn't want to fly alone with two toddlers and have to manage a heavy double stroller. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
If your going on a trip or outing with 2 toddlers, luggage, and everything else a trip with multiple small children requires this is a lifesaver! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Works great with my two Graco Breeze strollers. These really comes in handy when one parent is alone with the twins or when you want one parent free to do something other than... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Traffic Cop