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The Phil & Teds Sport Doubles Kit allows you to turn your single Sport Buggy into a double stroller. If you’re using the Sport Buggy with a newborn and a toddler, the stroller reclines fully, allowing the Doubles Kit to be installed on the front of the stroller for your older child, using the L-clips provided. If you’re using the stroller with two toddlers, the Doubles Kit can be installed in a more upright position on the back of the Sport Buggy, and can accommodate a child 6 months and up. The Doubles Kit also offers a zippered seat recline for napping, but because it does not offer as much height when it is in the reclined position, this feature is most practical for children in the 6-8 month range.
The Sport Doubles kit is offered in all of the same fabric colors as the Phil & Teds Sport Buggy, so you can choose one that matches your buggy exactly, or choose a contrasting color to create a more customized look.
When the Doubles Kit is installed on the front of the Sport Buggy, the maximum weight capacity is 44 pounds. When it is installed on the back, its maximum weight capacity is 33 pounds.
Easy to Set Up, Practical, Lightweight
The double kit is what makes the Phil and Teds stroller so cool.
Without it, you just have a stroller. With it, you have a cool double decker two kid mobile.
The seat is easy to install, can be clipped into the front (when the second child is a newborn/infant and needs to lie down) or the back (when the second is old enough to sit up behind the first child).
The shoulder straps adjust, though not too snuggly. We have a 4-month old in the back right now and she is large for her age but still has a lot of room to grow on the lowest shoulder setting.
You can also recline the seat which is great because it gives extra head support to a new sitter (they can lean their head against the side), and it allows them to take a bit of a nap.
Be aware: when the double is installed in the rear, you might start walking behind the stroller a little differently--it does stick out and taller people might inadvertently hit the seat. It just takes some getting used to, though, and you'll be good to go!