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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Britax B-READY


a Kate Bayless on Jan 1, 2013 at 9:03AM

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Stroller Stats
Weight capacity: 55 lbs. top seat, 35 lbs bottom seat
Stroller weight: 32 lbs. (with second seat)
    Assembled: 40.75" x 45" x 26.5"
    Folded: 30" x 16" x 26.5"
Car seat: Can accommodate two infant car seats (adaptor for non-Britax car seats sold separately)

Price: $500; $150 for second seat

Buy It Now: Amazon

Expert Review: Sleek and stylish, the modular B-READY grows from a single stroller into a double with 14 different seat configurations to choose from. The new 2012 model includes upgraded foam-filled, rubber tires so you'll never have to worry about a flat, a fourth upright seat position and a deeper storage basket. The canopy provides good coverage, an extra fold out expansion, and mesh peek-a-boo window. The adjustable handlebar is not only designed for comfort, but has a low position for shorter parents and letting siblings help push. One of the best features of the stroller is the unique underseat basket that has zippers on the front and sides to allow for easy access regardless of the seating configuration. Also, the B-READY is the only inline modular stroller in our line-up that can fold with both seats attached.

What We Love: Multi-point access to the underseat basket; full coverage canopy; adjustable height handlebar; ability to fold with second seat attached; versatile seating configurations; one or two-handed handlebar comfort; 4-position recline; cushioned head pad.

What We Wish It Had: More included accessories; snack tray; safety wrist strap.

Great For: Growing families; various height parents; easy access to storage basket; seat versatility.

Bottom Line: The new foam-filled rubber tires and improved shocks give the B-READY a smooth ride and its ability to fold with both seats attached gives this modular stroller a notch up on the competition.

Parent Rating:
"The underseat storage on this stroller without the second seat in is amazing! When the second seat is in on this stroller, the underseat storage also doubles as footrest, so anything in there's bound to be a little beat up. But the zipper access points on all three sides of the basket were very helpful and useful when using both seats."

"One of my favorite features on the stroller is the great harness system -- easy to use, well-padded and easy to get the child out quickly."

"I also love the ease of function. You can pop out the seats, change the orientation from forward to backward, and pop in the second seat with such incredible ease, it makes using it so enjoyable! While it seems this ease of function is for the mom, it's actually a huge benefit to the child that all of these things are done so quickly."

"Another great feature is its great turning radius and maneuverability. It turns, backs, and maneuvers around things very smoothly. You can definitely push it with one hand, and it was easy to navigate between aisles while shopping."
-- Jenny and her children (6yrs, 5yrs, 3yrs, and 6mo) from Sherwood, OR

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