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Best Double Stroller — Phil and Ted's Sports Buggy

Best Stroller for Wheeling Two

This morning's poll showcased 2007's strollers for those wheeling around one child. But, as a mom on the constant go with two — I'll say that the latest and greatest of 2007 strollers for hauling around a lil load of precious cargo is Phil and Ted's Sports Buggy.

The genius buggy from New Zealand is a single stroller ($400) that has the option for baby to lay flat or bundled up in a cocoon ($65) and to sit upright when they get older. You can also purchase a doubles kit ($95) that can be attached to accommodate another child. And, it's sleek, single stroller design, alloy frame, and front-swivel wheel make it easy to maneuver. Not to mention that the sturdy wheels make it fit for indoor and outdoor excursions. If you need to stash a diaper bag or baby's favorite blanket, there's plenty of room in the bottom basket.

Available in a lot of bold colors, this ride is quickly becoming the one to be seen in for lil rascals. And, a lifesaver for mothers of multiples.

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mtoler8 mtoler8 8 years
What about normal strollers where the 2nd child sits in the back? Is that not the same thing as far as being able to see? I have this stroller and it is amazing! I would not trade it for anthing except for maybe a newer one!
veronicaraye veronicaraye 9 years
kid on the bottom got shafted
elaine elaine 9 years
that looks uncomfortable.
meumitsuki meumitsuki 9 years
I should clarify, you can light jog with it on the road, but not hard core running, or take it on dirt trails because it doesn't have the shocks that real jogging stroller have. Sorry about that.
sfbutterfly24 sfbutterfly24 9 years
I would be so pissed off later in life if I was the kid on the bottom. Imagine the smells awww eeewww.
2princesses 2princesses 9 years
I really don't like these strollers. The poor kid stuck on the bottom can't see anything that's going on around her.
Greggie Greggie 9 years
I was referring to this comment: "It actually states that it is not to be used as a jogging stroller." It sounds like it shouldn't be used for jogging, period.
plasticapple plasticapple 9 years
Greggie, there's an attachment that makes it a double. It can be used as a single stroller as well. I'm assuming you can jog with it as a single. I had one of these when my daughter was a baby. I only used it as a single. It was the best stroller I ever used. The front wheel moves so it turns SO easily. It was so simple to maneuver through crowded stores. It was also really light and easy to fold up. I ended up selling it when my daughter outgrew it (and I didn't end up having that second baby). I'll definitely get another one someday when I do have another baby though.
Greggie Greggie 9 years
So why would they call something a "sports buggy" if it can't be used for jogging? What exactly can it be used for, casual walks?
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 9 years
That is SO awesome! Wow, what a great invention for families :)
Lala77 Lala77 9 years
The stroller looks fine to me, I don't see what's the huge problem with the baby being so close to the ground :) But I don't have a baby yet so I have to approve with you ladies :D
miss-britt miss-britt 9 years
i remember seeing someone with this in DC and thinking it was just wrong to have the young one all close to the ground. Something just doesn't seem right about this stroller. And why are strollers so expensive?
weeazz weeazz 9 years
yeah new zealand woop woop
Neural Neural 9 years
Yeah, I wouldn't want a little one that close to the ground. And I doubt I could ever afford a $400 stroller.
meumitsuki meumitsuki 9 years
I have this stroller and love it. It actually states that it is not to be used as a jogging stroller. Its only as wide as a single stroller and moves on a dime. I tried the side by side, there is no way to get around in a mall in those and as they got older, strapping them both to me in slings was a pain. This stroller has answered all my problems.
krys786 krys786 9 years
ahhhh the little one is soooo close to the ground!
Greggie Greggie 9 years
And the top one dropping stuff on the bottom one... *lol* I thought you weren't supposed to lay them flat when jogging anyway, due to the jostling it causes. Although the last time I needed one to lay flat was about 4 years ago, so the recommendations may have changed since then.
Julienne Julienne 9 years
Isn't this dangerous and dirty for the baby so near the ground? With pebble stones and puddles? And greggie you're right, the stroller is too low for her ouch!
Greggie Greggie 9 years
Poor Brooke looks horribly uncomfortable pushing this. That looks like it can't be good for her back. This stroller scares me, to be honest. I much prefer a traditional one where they're side by side, and find them very easy to maneuver. Much more affordable, durable wheels, a carrying basket, etc.
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