- Product Dimensions: 40 x 32 x 49 inches ; 18.3 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 40.6 pounds
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
- ASIN: B00C7BAJBK
- Item model number: 13-SC217
- Average Customer Review: 371 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #214,884 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
Schwinn Turismo Double Swivel Stroller, Grey/Blue
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
- Enter your model number to make sure this fits.
- Aluminum frame for easy handling
- Dual trigger folding mechanism offers uncompromised safety
- Molded, flip open child tray with dual cup holders & molded parent tray with dual fin grip cup holders
- Manual locking front wheel for easy swivel to fixed setting and canopy mounted speakers accepts most MP3 players.Rubberized grip is comfortable and slip resistant
- Weight capacity: 1 child up to 50 pounds, 2 children max 100 pounds
What other items do customers buy after viewing this item?
Customers also shopped for
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question.
The perfect option for the active parent. The swiveling front wheel allows you to maneuver in tight corners or through crowds but the option to lock the wheel still allows you to go out and run that 5K with the little ones. The 12" front & 16" rear pneumatic air tires and alloy rims provide performance and style while the aluminum frame makes this a lightweight stroller. Parent tray and dual fin grip cup holders adds convenience. Dual trigger folding mechanism offers uncompromised safety, rubberized grip is comfortable and slip resistant. The canopy mounted speakers accepts most MP3 players.
Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
Top customer reviews
This stroller is, according to my scale, two pounds lighter than the Bob Dualie. It comes with cup holders for the adult, it comes with cup holders/snack tray for the children, the Bob Dualie does not have either included (although they are avialable for purchase $$$). The Schwinn (Pacific Cycle) has adjustable handlebar, the Bob Dualie does not. This one is, comperably equipped about $400-$450 cheaper than the Bob. It's made in China, but the Bob is made in... China (this one would have swayed me to purchase the Bob despite it's shortcommings and high price, but oh well). This stroller has a handlebar positioned front wheel lock, the bob requires you to stop and fiddle with some knob. Its aluminum wheels and ball bearing wheels roll well enough. It's front wheel had adjustable cup-cone bearings, and were (suprisingly) well adjusted from the factory. The rear wheels were non-adjustable, but that seems par for these types of strollers. I'm a little dissapointed in it's radial spoke configuration, it looks fancy, but mechanically loads the spokes more than the traditional cross-spoke configuration (bike manufacutres for years have sacrified mechanical strenth in wheel sets for cool factor, so I can't fault the Chineese manufacurer for this). Yes the fake sheepskin covers are removable by slipping them out of the harness, I saw one reviewer say that you had to cut them (I imagine they were challenged with opening the cardboard box too).
The Bob does have an infant car seat adapter (available $eperately). This one would take some jerry rigging to safely secure a child seat (read only for those mechanically inclined to do so). The Bob will definitly get you yuppie points while cruizing to your local Starbucks. This stroller will only let you stash away $400 into an interest bearing account for your children's college fund (that's kinda hard to brag about while waiting for your double-almond decaf vanilla frappachino, then again if you skip the frapachinos you could probably double that figure).
Whichever you choose I'm sure you'll be happy.
PS, for those who do purchase this one: The TWO (2) speakers are both packed together in the same pouch. You must seperate them (they stick together because of the magnets of the speaker) and uncoil the wire. When seperated, they work okay for the kids, but don't expect a Bose quality.
We put a fair amount of miles on our joggers and needed one that could keep up
The stroller does have some nice features like the ability to lock and unlock the front wheel on the fly. Going from a jog to turning tight corners were an easy transition. The seating areas were large enough for a 1 and 3 year old and looked to have room for them to grow. Cup holders and a closeable compartment were a nice touch as well. If we were occasional users or walkers only we may have been very satisfied.
However the wheels very soon became a problem. No matter what adjustments I made the stroller never rolled straight. The tires wore out and developed holes almost immediately. We had the manufacturer send new wheels and components and still would never track a straight line. It was a significant effort to hold the stroller in a straight line
Finally we gave up and purchased a stroller with a fellas name on it that rhymes with job. This is in no way an endorsement for that product other than to say after over a year with the new stroller I'm happy we spent the extra money.
My daughter was the only one in the stroller at the time, and she only weighs 35 lbs. We hadn't hit a bump or anything, when the wheel came off the hinge and the metal bar around the front wheel bent. It seemed totally random.
Other than that, I love this stoller, so I'm hoping the manufacturer is willing to fix or replace the stoller.
Fits on standard neighborhood sidewalks (see picture)
Fits through *most* doors
My kids LOVE it - it they see it, they must ride in it, or it's tantrum time
Holds up to 100 lbs total (My kids are both 99th % for height and they have more than enough room as two year olds)
Adjustable seat recline
Four cup holders - two for adults, one for each kid
Super-strong and durable wheels (they are like high quality bike wheels)
Easy to lock wheels, and you can 'straight-lock' the front for running
It's an all terrain vehicle - this stroller is not messing around
Super adjustable sunshade with a 'peekaboo' for Mom/Dad
Things I was worried about:
The trays would be too far in front of the kids, that they would either kick them or wouldn't be able to reach...not a problem
That the triangular foot rest would leave outside legs dangling - not a problem either.
Things that could be better:
It does NOT fold to a very compact shape or size - I can fit it into my sedan's trunk, but with difficulty
There's a bar blocking the baskets on the bottom, which makes getting things into the basket harder than it should be.