BOB Sport Utility Duallie Stroller, Orange
- Fixed front wheel provides increased stability hiking, jogging or when the trail gets rough
- Easy, two step folding, lightweight frame for convenient transport and storage
- State of the art, adjustable suspension system provides an exceptionally smooth ride
- Accessory adapter allows for quick and easy attachment of BOB Infant Car Seat Adapter or Snack Tray, available Spring 2011
- Ultra padded, adjustable reclining seat for enhanced seating comfort, five point padded harness keeps your child comfortably secure
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Top Customer Reviews
I am more than impressed with this stroller! So, here is the good, the bad and the ugly:
-It glides like a dream on flat ground, it's a struggle pushing it up hill, but that is to be expected when you are pushing 36 pounds of stroller loaded down with at least another 70 pounds of kids and all the things the kids need to drag along with them. But, that has made for some amazing workouts! When we are going back down the hill, the brakes are awesome! Most swivel wheel strollers don't have brakes, so just be aware!Read more ›
We bought this stroller for our twins. Going for walks with two 22+ pound babies is a challenge, especially in our neighborhood where the roads aren't the greatest, and there are hills. We were hesitant on spending the money on this stroller, but we're glad we did. It glides so easily, you barely have to put forth any effort. It can handle the rougher terrain and is much easier to get up those hills. We had a front-to-back double stroller prior to this, and it was so cumbersome, and heavy to push.
The seat belts are great - they definitely cannot get out of them, so we know they're safe in there.
I also like that it's divided in the middle. We had another side-by-side, and there was no partition between the babies. They kept picking at each other, stealing toys, etc. This stroller prevents that.
Because the front wheel doesn't swivel, it is a little more difficult to make turns (especially when going places where you need to go through a door). We BARELY fit in a standard size doorway, but you need to be angeled just right.
I also don't like that when strapped in, they are somewhat reclined - even in the most upright position. They like to sit up and look around, so being locked down doesn't make them the happiest.
Even folded down, it's still big. And it's heavy. There's no good way to load it into a vehicle, and it does take some maneuvering. I have an SUV, so I don't know if/how it would work in a car trunk.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The front wheel is locked and it is horrible to push. To heavy and I am not able to turn corners easily.Published 1 month ago by Kristin
Puchased as a gift for my daughters twins. She has receive great reviews.Published 2 months ago by Marvin L. Wiley
Why would they sell a stroller without a front swivel? The stroller is heavy enough, now with 100 pounds of kids in it, there's no chance of turning it, making it a tipping hazard. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Brianna Mac
I have not used this for a run yet, but let's face it, it's a Bob and I own other running strollers. I'm just assuming this will be great. Read morePublished 5 months ago by cmykla
Front wheel needs to swivel. Why do they even make them like this?Published 6 months ago by Monica Buescher
The front wheel doesn't turn, which makes this stroller difficult to steer as you walk and run.Published 7 months ago by Leeann
I wish this stroller was more perfect. I paid enough for it that I think it should be beyond perfect. I guess I will go top to bottom. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Lindsey
Beautiful product, great quality, built to last. My grandson and his wife are expecting their 2nd child, this will enable them to have a place for the 18 month old and the new... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Patricia De La Torre