If you get to kid #2, avoid this thing. It's high quality, well built, but requires adding $40 worth of parts to make it work with two kids, then when your kid grows you need another $200 to put the second seat in.
Then you don't get any of the nice features of a Graco unit: parent tray, kids trays. They're optional extras... On a thousand dollar stroller.
It's like buying a new car and paying extra for the windows to roll down.
that folds up so you can easily put it in the trunk. It also has the click on baby carrier as well as the older child sitting seat. So far it's been perfect. No option to add a second kid to it if we needed to though but I guess we would probably get a second stroller at that point? Or maybe #1 will... more
Good piece of kit, and it feels like it's actually designed by people who use them. Trying to put two strollers in a Prius, though, just won't happen. That's why we went with the Vista, it looked like it would actually fit in the Prius with a reasonable amount of "unclicking" (disassembly.) A big... more
I think it's either made for shorter people or it was a design choice to decrease the trunk space required because the push bar is just a tad bit low to be comfortable pushing. I do like that it folds in half with a simple pull of the strap.
Our current baby transport is a 2004 Buick so I never... more
but it's hard to get in the back with two child seats in the middle. Maybe the child seats are supposed to be in the back, but it's hard enough sometimes to get the 18 month old into the middle seat, I can't imagine trying to get her all the way in the back.
I don't know what we're going to get ... more
My father in law has a Hyundai mini van where the rear most seat folds into the floor which is nice to fit extra stuff. (The two middle seats come out completely as well.)
Just bringing that up because I guess it depends on how much you need that rear most seat for sitting instead of just some ex... more