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Getting around town with two kids in tow can be a challenge. You need to bring along snacks, toys, extra clothes, and likely, a bulging diaper bag. You need to navigate through trains, sidewalk construction, and store aisles. Luckily, this process can be made easier and even enjoyable with the right stroller.
If you are looking for a stroller built for two, the Baby Jogger City Mini Double is perfect for the job. It has a set of 8” EVA foam tires and a front wheel suspension system that makes it easy to navigate small spaces. And it only weighs 26 pounds, which is comparable to many single strollers. Like the City Mini single stroller, the double was created to be lightweight, easy to fold, and adjustable for different ages.
The City Mini Double also features independent reclines with full sun canopies to protect both kids against the elements. The fact that the seat recline is one-handed is another convenience you will appreciate with this stroller. To keep your kids comfortable and dry, the seats are ventilated. And because it’s nice to see your kids as you stroll, the top of the canopies have clear windows with magnetic closures.
Weighs only 26 pounds
The Baby Jogger City Mini Double is a very lightweight double stroller
Makes it easy to fold and store stroller
Well padded seat with near flat recline angle
Comfortable seat, ideal for accommodating a napping child
Vented seat recline with weather cover
Keeps your child feeling cool and comfortable
Adjustable 5-point safety harness with shoulder pads and padded buckle cover
Secures your child within the seat
Offers room to stash your gear
Multi-position sun canopy with clear windows
Offers weather protection and a view
8" lightweight quick-release wheels with ball bearings
Makes the stroller easy to fold up and pack in a trunk or closet
Easy to Set Up, Lightweight, Easily Stowed, Comfortable, Smooth Ride, Durable, Easy To Maneuver
The only reason I didn't give it five beans is because it's not perfect on rough terrain -- but it's not bad, either. See my review -- I pushed it through snow in Chicago. I don't think the perfect double exists, because if it had air or foam tires it would weigh a LOT more than 26 pounds, and wouldn't fold so small! I got this stroller when my eldest son was 2 and my new son was just born - he rode in it when he was pretty young. The recline on this stroller is fantastic, and that's why it's so great for parents with a toddler and new baby. I pushed mine through snow and ice in Chicago this past winter -- would rather have had air-filled tires but wanted/could only afford ONE double stroller. The places I've taken this are: Gymboree, Children's Place, multiple airports, neighborhood walks, [...], grocery store, etc. If you can only get one stroller, and you won't be using it exclusively for rough terrain, this is a fantastic stroller! I love, love, love the fold! Drawbacks -- the bag can seem small, but I've actually gotten 2 gallons of milk, ice cream, and a bag of apples in it. Yes, it gets harder to push and don't fill it like that for LONG walks, for heaven's sakes, but it gets you through the store and back out to the car!The material is not plush -- but it's fantastic to clean -- all you do is wipe it down! I used Brookspond stroller blankets in it all winter here in Chicago, so my baby was ensconced in softness that way. Now that he's bigger (8 months) he doesn't care much! LOL. I'd get an infant insert if you don't need a footmuff in your climate -- at least until 4-5 months.This pushes well with just one kid,(when your toddler INSISTS on walking but you've already got the double out) and also works well with two different weights. I bought the carry bag for gate checking at the airport -- I couldn't afford to ahve anything happen to my one great double! It's no problem for security to use the wand over it, and I didn't have to collapse it so I could put the kids right back in it once we walked through metal detector. I hung HEAVY diaper bags on it and it NEVER felt tippy, even when nobody was in it! I attach the Skip Hop Double Duo to it and it was fantastic when both my kids were in diapers! That combined with the bag and storage on the back seats provides a LOT of places to put baby essentials!The recline is lovely, the air circulation on the seats is fantastic for hot summer days. It takes a board -- not the Lascal but the Valco Hitch Hiker works, for when we have 3! :) The Valco Universal drink holder is also great on it. I haven't met a door I couldn't fit through. Just be sure your children aren't hanging anything out the side. Hope this helps someone!
Durable, Easy To Maneuver, Lightweight, Easy to Set Up, Comfortable, Smooth Ride, Easily Stowed
If you're looking for a lightweight, side-by-side stroller that folds like a dream, this is it. Maneuvers extremely well on city streets, and fits through single doors and narrow sidewalks. 2010 version has ample storage in seat backs and under carriage though by no means does it have a huge basket. My only wish is that Baby Jogger didn't nickel and dime on the accessories. Don't bother with the car seat adapter. Just use a car seat carrier until baby is big enough (i.e. 4-5 months). I also went with a generic stroller console (to hold cups, wallet, keys, cell phone, etc.) which was 1/3 of the price of Baby Jogger's Parent Console.
Comfortable, Easy To Maneuver, Durable
This stroller is absolutely fantastic. I did a ton of research and went through several strollers before buying this -- and I should have just bought it the first time around. You won't believe how easily it folds up, it maneuvers like a dream, and the kids are comfy in it. I can't say enough good things about it.