Maclaren Twin Triumph Stroller, Black/Charcoal (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- Holds up to 110 pounds
- Multiple seat positions
- UV protected window on
- Front and rear suspension
- Includes rain cover
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Top Customer Reviews
Folds quick & easy...once you get the hang of it
Folds down tight and small
Straps are quick and easy
Moves beautifully, and very easy to push
Brakes are easy to use
Somehow manages to be heavier than the Citi Micro
PIA to open quickly
Stroller is LOW to the ground
Nowhere to put handbags & diaper bag
This stroller Does make my life easier...but not a Lot easier. And for the money you pay, you'd think you'd get more....but you don't. This stroller can in no way replace my Citi Micro, but I don't hate it. This will only be used for Bus & Train trips though...this stroller is just not up to par for my daily routine, and errands. The boys like it a lot, so all in all not bad...just not Great.
What I like about it:
- Extremely easy to maneuver and can be steered with only one hand, which is important when I'm also pulling a suitcase.
- Lightweight and compact.
- Easy to fold/unfold (after some practice!)
- Storage baskets.
- Looks sharp.
- Seats recline so kids can sleep.
What I don't like about it: Nothing, I love it, but here are some things to be aware of:
- American Airlines doesn't allow gate checking of strollers over 20 lbs, and I've heard of people having problems gate checking this 22ish lb stroller. I don't fly AA, but I've had no problems gate checking it with Delta, Southwest, or US Airways.
- This is a great stroller for traveling and keeping in the car for errands, but I wouldn't recommend it for long walks or rougher terrain.
You're looking for maneuverable. Check.
You're looking for reliable. Check.
It's all those things. It's great at what it's supposed to do, which is to be an agile double stroller.
Where does it fall short? Well... don't try going over gravel, or sand, or roots, or anything but smooth pavement. You'll struggle. You'll be ok, and the stroller will hold up fine, but it will be hard.
Attaching the canopy was a chore I wouldn't wish upon anyone - the snap-in fasteners were just impossible to close tight - I finally got it once and then swore I'd never remove it.
Finally, opening/closing. Opening it is a little more work than I'd hoped (but by no means a deal breaker), and closing it is awesome and easy.
If weight and ride quality are your drivers, you can do no better.
Recommended, but make sure you know what you're optimizing for.
Ok, so what I like.
1. It is so compact when you fold it up, even my husband was impressed with this.
2. It fits both of our kids comfortably, a 4 year old who is 38 inches and a 1.5 year old who is 32 inches.
3. It is so easy to push and maneuver, I can do it one handed if need be.
4. So far it has fit through all the doors I've tried to get through.
5. It's super easy to fold up.
What I don't love about it.
1. The storage compartments are a bit hard to get to when you have kids in the seats.
2. The material the straps are made of seems rather cheap to me.
3. I absolutely hate the canopies...either I don't know how to get them on or they just don't work well. I will get them fitted on and then one of the locks will pop open. And I can't figure out if you leave them on and fold the stroller up or if you take them off and put them on when you need them. Honestly, they are the most frustrating part of the whole stroller. I also don't like that the canopies aren't able to come further down, once they are in position, that's it...either open and being used or not.
The canopy part really is minor in the whole scheme of things for us because our children wear hats and sunglasses, but it would have been awesome if it worked better.
Overall, super pleased.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
have had this stroller for a couple of years now. really hate it. doesn't look comfortable, kids feet dangle too easily, the straps are a nightmare, and perhaps the WORST thing... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Holly
I got this for my toddler and baby. I usually don't put them together in one stroller.. So i don't use this too often. . I wud like this to be a drop more comfy and bigger. Read morePublished on July 10, 2014 by HE
I owned Bob double and Baby jogger city mini double before, and they are so hard to fold, wide (barely fit through a standard door) and heavy. Read morePublished on June 28, 2014 by Wnah
Fabulous stroller! Fits my 5year old and 2 year old perfectly. Fits through any door, easy to fold and store. Definitely recommend it.Published on December 2, 2013 by Karen Klose
Nice to have when you have twins and or two kids that are close in age. Thought it might be too wide to get through the doors but have no problems on most stores. Read morePublished on November 30, 2013 by R. Guity
The stroller is good, light and strong, but this last point, I thought the wheels and the part that locks the cover a little weak. By value, should be better. Read morePublished on November 11, 2013 by Elber Z.
We have 2 6 month old girls and the MacLaren Twin Triumph is our second stroller after we found our Baby Trend Universal Double Snap-N-Go Stroller Frame just was not cutting... Read morePublished on August 11, 2013 by Kid Kyoto
packs down small, fits both my kids well (2yrs, 6mos). I'm 6'2" and handles are very comfortable; my wife is 5'2" and she also finds it comfortable. Read morePublished on July 4, 2013 by AA80