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Tag Archives: double strollers

Choosing an inline double stroller: the UPPAbaby Vista 2015 vs. the Baby Jogger City Select (Reviews/Ratings/Pricing)

Although you have so much more parenting expertise now, figuring out what double stroller to get can be just as tricky as picking out a stroller for your first. It’s very much like the difference about planning for your first kid vs. your second. When you have your first child, you’re choosing the stroller that you’ll want while you’re learning the ... Read More »

The Best Double Strollers: Eli’s Top Picks

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You’re a pro now! Unlike the first time you purchased a stroller, you are now an experienced parent. So finding the best double stroller should be much easier, and much less daunting. Still, there are a few factors to consider before you buy. The first consideration is your lifestyle. If you live in an urban environment where you can just ... Read More »

Tax-free weekend savings, Aug. 10-11: Get your Baby Jogger City Select this weekend

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When Jill, a guest reviewer on The Stroller Girl blog, discovered that her second baby was arriving swiftly on the heels of her first, finding the right double stroller was priority #1: “When discussing strollers, particularly double strollers, it is appropriate to realize that the better the stroller, the less overwhelming two babies can feel. When it comes to transportation, getting ... Read More »

Drool spotlight: Bugaboo digs deep for design inspiration with the Warhol Collection

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1960s art innovator Andy Warhol made his name (and got his 15 minutes, and more) by exploring the boundaries between art and advertising, commercial culture and high culture. Bugaboo designers have made their name by exploring the boundaries between form and function, creating objects of beauty that also happen to be really fantastic baby strollers. So, the collaboration between Bugaboo ... Read More »

Orbit Baby Double Helix is almost here

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I remember the first time I met the Orbit Baby team, in Orlando in 2005, and they showed me a sketch of how their brand new, totally innovative travel system could someday be extended to a double stroller. It was inspiring to imagine a system that was so modular and so flexible. And finally, in the year 2012, that sketch ... Read More »

On the Dot

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I’ve been taking a hiatus from blogging for a bit this summer, enjoying time with my family and working on some other projects. But I am taking a hiatus from my hiatus to bring you my review of the newest stroller entry from phil&teds, the Dot Buggy. First, let me give you some background. We’ve been selling phil&teds at Magic ... Read More »

Orbit Baby comes full circle

The first time I met the Orbit Baby team, they had a real vision. They imagined a modular travel system that would encompass every stage of mobility, from infant car seat to stroller to convertible car seat to double stroller to booster seat. It’s taken them some time, but with their new product releases this year, Orbit Baby will finally ... Read More »

Day 15: Mountain Buggy Duet

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I’m pretty sure that, according to the rules of physics, the Mountain Buggy Duet shouldn’t even exist. How is it even possible that they managed to shave 4 inches off the standard side-by-side double stroller width? I don’t know how they did it, but what’s important is that it’s done. And the Mountain Buggy Duet, launching this month, should make ... Read More »

Hello, Bugaboo Donkey

Update: 9/30/2011: The Bugaboo Donkey Stroller is now in stock and available for purchase at Magic Beans! Free Shipping on all configurations! Bugaboo today unveiled their new double stroller, the Bugaboo Donkey. I have to confess, I did see the Donkey when I was in Amsterdam in April, but I was bound by a non-disclosure agreement. However, with the debut ... Read More »