We Love, You Need: The Best Strollers for Multiples

When you've got to get two little kids to move, you need a set of wheels that fits your lifestyle. Here's how to find the best double stroller for you (17 Photos)

Kate Bayless on Jan 1, 2013 at 3:38PM

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BOB Duallie Revolution SE

Bob Gear

a Kate Bayless on Jan 1, 2013 at 8:54AM

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Stroller Stats
Weight capacity: 100 lbs.
Stroller weight: 34 lbs.
    Assembled (in swivel mode): 52.5" x 40.5" x 30.5"
    Folded (in swivel mode): 39" x 16" x 30.5"
Car seat: accommodates two infant car seats (adaptor sold separately)
: $659

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Expert Review: The BOB Duallie isn't high on style, but what it lacks in fashion, it makes up for with function. Updated for 2012, the BOB Duallie Revolution SE boasts improvements to its already amazing suspension, redesigned seat backs, a new integrated accessory adaptor and black fabric option. A large underseat basket gives you plenty of room to stash your stuff and full-coverage canopies provide ample shade. Mesh pockets on the back of each seat and on the inside of each seat give you additional storage options for drinks, snacks or to hold the included rain shield. Superior maneuvering, turning and suspension make the BOB one of the easiest strollers to push whether you're adventuring through Target aisles or forest trails. Plus the unique fine-tuning tracking knob (one of the only ones on the market!) ensures the wheels actually go straight when locked for running. The stroller folds and unfolds with ease though at 34 lbs., it's still a beast to lift.

What We Love:Excellent suspension; one-handed maneuvering; fine-tune tracking knob; mesh storage pockets for kids; large sunshade; large underseat storage basket; easy cleaning.

What We Wish It Had: Included accessories; more color options.

Great For: Anywhere and everywhere; trails; jogs; runs; errands; parks; parades; rough terrain.

Bottom Line: Whether you're an actual jogger or just want to look like one, the BOB Duallie's maneuverability and suspension provide one of the smoothest and easiest rides on the market.

Parent Rating:
"I cannot say enough about the BOB stroller. The colors are great, and the design is sturdy and sleek."

"The elastic mesh pockets on the rear of the seats are great. I always keep the rain hood in there. I also really like the elastic mesh pockets at hip level inside each seat. They are great for kids to easily access their cup of choice."

"The maneuverability is really impressive. I can definitely maneuver the double BOB jogger one-handed. You can feel the heft of the stroller, especially when kids are in it, but it moves very smoothly, has great shocks and turns on a dime."

"The design makes it easy for my kids, regardless of their age, to climb right in. The seat is almost bucket-like, so it's not as easy for them to climb out."

"The stroller is extremely simple to fold. I love the flat fold and strap to secure it closed."
-- Kelly and her 5, 4, 2, and 1-year-old, from Chatham, NJ

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