Phil Teds Classic Stroller with Double Kit - Black
- Slim & light - go places side by side double strollers could only wish
- Ezy SeatTM adjusts to 3 different recline positions: from lie-flat (for newborn) to upright (for toddler)
- Great coverage and a flick-out sun visor
- Quick adjust 5 point harness is safe and fits a range of buggy liners, for extra comfort & color (sold separately)
- Now take double kit and car seat, all at once (car seat adapters sold separately) - configure the buggy a second seat, and your car seat or the peanut bassinet, all at once!
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Top Customer Reviews
THIS IS NOT A TRUE JOGGER. It is far too heavy even when our little ones were only 14lbs and 26lb. It is hard to control with only one hand.
Hoods are helpful only when the sun is coming from the back--otherwise, they don't shift in different positions.
The under basket is completely useless when you have the toddler seat attached to the back--forget about getting things in and out of there when you have a baby who is sleeping and you don't want to disturb or when the second baby is kicking you. The basket is also a bit hard to reach when the stroller is set to newborn carriage (flat position) and the toddler is clipped to the front. Usually, our baby was asleep and you would really have to reach to get to what you needed in the basket.
Don't even think about strapping on your diaper bag on the handlebars when you have more than one child--either it hits the newborn in the flat position or constantly right in front of the toddler in the rear seat.
Reclining is also useless if there is a second child in the back. The child in front can only recline so much before they are invading their younger sibling's space. Also, the rear can recline but only about 5 degrees more than the upright position.
The stroller was a bit more functional once we bought the extras--the panier bags so that we can store kids things without using the under basket, the double sun cover so that they had sun protection, the hang bag so that we can quickly store cups and the food tray so that our child in front can snack while we were out.Read more ›
I chose this option when I had my second child and boy did we depend on it as a single stroller. Not much is different about the Double Buggy
so I'll post the review to the single stroller here again, but first let me say a couple pros and cons as far as the double kit goes.
* Ergonomic, 2 position adjustable handle
* Steel Frame
* Double rear foot brake
* Seat reclines 3 positions
* Reclining seat on the doubles kit
2 Position Adjustable Handle
My husband really appreciated the 2 position handle as it changes for someone who is pushing the stroller that is taller. It did feel more ergonomic when adjusted, and I would also adjust it when taking an exercise class with the stroller where I had to hold my arms more upright, with my elbows extended out like a butterfly.
I didn't really notice the steel frame too much. I think I only noticed it in the foot brake since it seemed different to me than the cheapy red plastic food brakes I'd seen on other strollers, and since we knocked around our double buggya lot, I think the steel frame is a good thing :)
Double Rear Foot Brake
Again, I didn't really notice the foot brake other than it was made of steel, but it worked well so I didn't have a problem with it. Like I said, it was easier to use than those cheapo red plastic brakes on most strollers.Read more ›
Problems: no shade for back person, no storage or cup holder, and very heavy when folded, need to take double seat off before folding completely
Would buy again
- single front wheel makes the frequently necessary urban curb jumps awkward and a bit dangerous; you simply can't always go up and down sidewalk ramps. Mine tipped over once trying to go up a curb, and I only barely caught it. And I won't take it up an escalator, which is also inconvenient. I am fully committed to the double front wheels (Phil and Ted now sell a double stroller with double front wheels: the Verve)
- lack of snack tray for child is inconvenient; my old (cheap) stroller had a very solid tray we used all the time, which clicked off completely and fit in a dishwasher. There are tie-on snack tray options for the Phil & Ted to be purchased separately, but they do not get good reviews. I'm all about eating on the go for little tummies that need frequent re-filling, so a sturdy tray that fits into the dishwasher is pretty important.
- lack of cup holders; I purchased P&T's fanny-pack-looking "handbag" for the handle bar but it spills my coffee. My old single stroller had three cup holders, which I thought excessive until I began using the stroller daily... we use all three with one kid!
- sunshade has to be snapped and unsnapped to open and close; my old stroller my child could reach up and pull the shade down if the sun were in her eyes. Or play peek-a-boo. The unsnapped "closed" option on the P&T Classic is really just floppy, and ought to be fully removed.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is hands down the BEST stroller I've ever owned. I love the pneumatic wheels. It makes pushing the twins very easy. Spills just roll off the fabric. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Avamia
Awesome stroller if you want a compact ride with 2 kiddos. I got use to how heavy the stroller is and how difficult it is to open it up without taking off a finger. Read morePublished 8 months ago by James Bone
I got this because I have 2nd child now. At first I thought this was the lightest tandem stroller in the market with seemingly positive reviews...It's quite heavy. Read morePublished 9 months ago by themamag
I was unsure at first but after 5 months of use, I love this stroller! We purchased this before our baby was born and when we first got it I was a little put off by it's size. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Austen
Only used once but it was sturdy. A little difficult to maneuver @ times & once 2nd seat is in there's no storage. Read morePublished 13 months ago by J Fast
I bought this used when my kids were six months and 2.5. It worked ok when they were pretty light, but in the year since it has gotten very hard to push and steer as they have... Read morePublished 15 months ago by breenieB
I really like this double stroller! Love it for easy maneuvering in small spaces and it's as light with both my kids as one. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Allison Johnson
You can do so many better things with your money than buy this stroller.
My wife and I have had one for 3 years (we have had to keep it because of how much it cost). Read more