Are you looking for the best double stroller for twins? Not sure if you should go for a tandem stroller or a side-by-side stroller? And what about a Snap N’ Go? We’ve got all the details on twin strollers in our double stroller reviews page.
You’ll learn our opinions on these items with our double stroller reviews: double stroller (aka twin stroller, or double pram / twin prams / double buggy — for our friends in the UK), triple stroller, double jogging stroller, double stroller for infant and toddler, two in one stroller, double umbrella stroller, sit and stand stroller, and more!
Make sure to read about what twin stroller you should get: tandem or side by side!
The process of buying a twin stroller can be very stressful! When you’re looking through these double stroller reviews, here’s a few things you should consider to help you relax. First, you don’t need to buy your big ticket double stroller right away. You can get away with using a Double Snap N Go with your infant car seat carriers for a long time. Many twin parents don’t invest in a traditional double stroller until their twins are getting close to sitting up independently, around 5-6 months. So don’t worry if you don’t have your dream stroller picked out and bought before delivery. You may not even use it that much for the first few months (unless you can snap 2 car seats into it — then that would be a good reason to buy it earlier.)
Next, make sure that if you buy a tandem stroller you’re picking one with enough legroom as your twins grow. Many strollers that can convert from a single stroller to a tandem stroller (with a seat attachment) don’t have enough room in the back seat for a toddler. These strollers are really made for people with one toddler (in the front seat) and one infant (in the back seat). For twins, we highly recommend buying a traditional tandem stroller. That means a stroller that is only for two children and can’t be converted to just a single stroller. These twin strollers typically have a lot more leg room between the front and back seat.
Finally, don’t skimp. If you’re going to be using your twin stroller a lot, invest more in a quality stroller that will last you for 4-5 years. So many twin moms cut corners on quality features and end up regretting it, and wind up buying a better stroller later in the game. Save yourself the time and frustration and get a good quality stroller. This will set you back at least $300 if you’re buying new. But if you’re crafty you can find more expensive strollers in resale groups in good condition.
Just a reminder that if you buy an expensive stroller and keep it in good shape throughout the years, you will likely be able to sell it someday for a nice price and make a lot of your money back. Make sure to clean your stroller often and store it correctly, either indoors or if you must store it outside cover it with a good tarp to avoid weather damage.
Make sure to click through to our double stroller reviews to learn the details on all the strollers we think are the best for twins. Feel free to write us with any questions at email@example.com. And if you notice any errors in our double stroller reviews resource, please let us know! Sometimes the manufacturers make changes to their products without telling us and it’s difficult for us to keep up!
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