Graco DuoGlider Stroller, Tango in the Tongo (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- Durable 2 child front swivel wheel stroller accepts Graco Snugride or Safeseat Infant car seats
- Two position reclining seats with 3-point harness
- One hand fold with storage latch
- Parent organizer tray with storage compartment and cupholder
- Extra large under seat storage basket.
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Note: Amazon's Product Description is inaccurate for this particular model on three points:
1. This stroller does not come with a rear snack tray, it comes with an "arm bar".
2. The rear seat can be all the way up or all the way flat - there is no multi-position recline.
3. There is one parent cup holder, not two.
Since I need the lure of food to keep the kids in the stroller, the lack of a rear snack tray was a major disappointment for me. (The trays can be bought from Graco for $19.99). The two-position recline and single cup holder were less significant problems for me. All in all, I love my new stroller!
I don't figure most folks who buy this stroller have the same situation as I do, so I am going to say that for 95% of parents, this stroller is a great buy for the money.
We've had some trouble with the front wheels. They squeaked and became warped in the first week. Graco sent us new ones with no problem at all. The new ones are squeak-free, but have warped again. We suspect that they're warping in the truck of the minivan, but if you can't store your stroller in the back of your minivan without problems what good is it? It is summer in Las Vegas, so the heat may be the problem.
We're not absolutely convinced that we'd buy this one again; we'd have to check out the other options carefully.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works great. But, hard to close. Anyway, I can get my kids going, without a prob.Published 18 months ago by PWS
What can I say? For the price, it serves its purpose. Have had for a couple years. It folds up nicely & quickly, but can be finicky if the front wheels aren't "just right". Read morePublished on October 13, 2010 by M. Gee
This double stroller is easy to fold up and open. sturdy enough for older children. Plenty of cargo space. Easily washable and practical. Read morePublished on May 30, 2010 by Maryanne Campbell
This sucker is heavy. Very heavy. And big. Too big. At least for me. My husband who's 180lbs and nearly 6ft tall can wield the folded stroller into the back of our sedan's trunk. Read morePublished on February 3, 2010 by Doone
We got this for our newborn and 2 year old, works great and they both like it. We like how the back seat lays flat and the front seat sits up straight. Read morePublished on September 25, 2009 by Lionmew
My daughter and I had researched double strollers on the web. She needed one for her then 15-month-old son and newborn daughter and wanted one that would match her existing baby... Read morePublished on May 3, 2009 by Lynn Cleveland