After testing a lot of products, we have selected the 8 best double strollers for 2018 which are mentioned below. In our experiments, we have found these products most consistent in performance and true value for the money.
Summer Infant 3Dtwo Double Convenience Stroller
Every twin Mom knows that even though aisles are legally required to be wide enough for a wheelchair (and subsequently, a side-by-side stroller), they usually aren’t. With this puppy, you’ll be whizzing in and out of aisles, checking out the shirts in the back corner, and have your pick of fitting rooms— in short, living like a queen!
The Summer Infant 3Dtwo is very, very, lightweight at 18 lbs (single umbrella strollers are roughly 15 lbs) and the aluminum frame folds very compactly. I literally have no trunk space in my Mazda 5 with my 3rd row seats up and it fits, making it the perfect (and only) option when you are low on space— or need room for groceries, luggage, or shopping bags.
The seats can recline up to about 33°, limited by the nature of the seating configuration. For those of you who failed trigonometry, the recline is a little less than halfway. On the front seat (only), there is an adjustable calf-rest to keep little chubby baby legs supported (not meant for older children). If the front seat is empty, you can push it up to the bumper bar to gain more space in the back— or for easier in and out for the rear child.
Delta Children LX Side by Side Tandem Umbrella Stroller
Louis Shamie Sr. founded Delta Children in 1968 as a new parent. The Shamie family continue their father and grandfather’s vision of offering products at prices families can afford. Along with their own line of children’s furniture and baby gear, they own Simmons kids, and license many characters.
The Delta team works closely with Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association (JPMA) and American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) to create industry standards to ensure the production of safe children’s gear.
The Delta earned a 3 of 10 for quality. With a list price of $100 this stroller is about what you would expect for the price. This stroller has a basic frame with round tubing and exposed fasteners. The fabric has a slick plastic feel and there is very little padding with weak elastic on the pockets.
Baby Trend Expedition Double Jogger, Centennial
Jogging strollers are excellent products, allowing you to maintain an active lifestyle through jogging or running as you keep watch over your kids. A lot of jogging strollers, however, have this one major problem: healthy children can easily outgrow them. This is especially true with double jogging strollers. The Baby Trend Expedition Double Jogger, Centennial attempts to address this problem without being too bulky. We have checked out this product and boy, the whole family simply loves it.
This stroller is perfect for people who are raising growing children, but cannot in any way afford owning bulky, high-capacity strollers. Of course, this has all the benefits that you can find from your typical baby stroller; it not only keeps your children safe when you take them outdoors, but also has features that allow you to jog or run as you keep close watch of your kids.
J is for Jeep Brand Scout Double Stroller
After going through my J Is For Jeep Brand Scout Double Stroller review, you can easily take the decision about it. If you ask my opinion, I thoroughly suggest you this outstanding stroller!
It is useful for both extended family excursions and daily jogging. For having a lightweight steel frame and massive storage, it is easy to handle, and you can keep many baby goods at the time of outgoing. Its canopy always protects your little one from various uneven elements.
As I told before it is specially prepared for family adventures. It’s separately operated dual sun canopies attracted me more. Its multi-position reclining seats, suspension system of the wheel and quick break are also satisfactory. There are some limitations too which should be upgraded. If the price were little lower, it would be more acceptable.
Baby Trend Sit N Stand Double
The Baby Trend Sit N’ Stand is a tandem stroller that accepts two infant car seats. The standard configuration of the stroller has two regular seats and also works with a younger child sitting in the front while an older child can sit or stand on the back. This stroller has a covered parent tray with dual cupholders, 5-point harnesses, child’s tray with cup holder, and a foot activated rear brake.
The wheels and tires on this stroller are plastic with a dual front wheel design we aren’t fans of. It is hard to push, but the pushing gets a harder the more weight you put inside. The frame flexes when it’s weighed down, and it makes the stroller feel like it might fold up on itself.
The Baby Trend Sit N’ Stand is a cheap looking stroller that feels flimsy when you use this. This product manages to check some boxes of key features parents want, but it fails to deliver those features in a way that truly provides exceptional or even adequate performance.
Joovy Scooter X2 Double Stroller
Joovy set out to make a lightweight(ish) (stroller weight = 32 lbs), side-by-side stroller that fits through a regular doorway (stroller width = 30″) and gives parents the features they really want: a huge canopy, reclining seats, and TONS of storage.
The ScooterX2 now weighs 32 lbs and is 30″ wide. Again, standard door frames in America are 36″ wide, so 30″ will fit, but not with much room to spare. The weight limit is 45 lbs in each seat.
All in all, this is a great economy double stroller with immense storage. It comes in three rad colors and sports a great looking graphite grey frame. Note that the black will hide dirt better than the others. Joovy has a “call us if anything goes wrong” guarantee and all their products are JPMA certified.
Kolcraft Cloud Side-by-Side Double Umbrella Stroller
The Kolcraft Cloud Double came in 3rd from the bottom of 9 double strollers. This stroller earned the lowest score for maneuverability and the second lowest for quality. While the Cloud Double is definitely budget friendly, arguably its only perk, the lack of 5-point harnesses makes it a no go in our book and one we think parents should avoid no matter what their budget.
The triple action brakes, that require 3 pedals to be engaged, also gives us pause and concern that over time parents will fail to properly set the brakes. If budget is a concern, our Best Value winner, and second place scorer, the Delta Children LX Side by Side has the same list price as the Cloud, but offers better maneuverability, higher quality, and 5-point harnesses. Accommodates up to 35 lbs per seat for a total weight limit of 70 lbs.
Britax B-Agile Double Stroller
The Britax B-Agile Double is a side-by-side stroller that is easy to use. It has dual sunshades, 5-point harnesses, and recline seats that are cozy for napping. It offers open rear and front zippered access to storage and a canopy pocket for smaller items.
The B-Agile performed well in this review, but the competition was stiff, and it missed winning an award. While it is one of the lightest and smallest folded options in the group, it was harder to maneuver than much of the competition, and this left us wishing for more. That being said, it did manage to rank in the top third of products making it a possible contender depending on your needs.