The ‘Double Up' stroller comfortably transports infants and older children all in one stroller. Perfect for those all day long family excursions when the older ones need a rest too. Small enough to manoeuvre easily, yet large enough to carry an older sibling in the back!
WEBCODE: W- 3266403
Accommodates 2 children or 1 child and 1 infant car seat, For children from 6 months and up, Maximum 50 lb. weight in each seat
Rear platform area provides an older child with a place to sit or stand
Lightweight frame, 5-point harness system with padded straps
Front-seat recline, Front adjustable canopy, Rear infant car seat canopy stores in its own pouch
Parent tray with 2 covered cup holders and storage compartment, 1-hand folding system
Large storage basket
1 Hand Fold and Stand with self locking feature
Front adjustable canopy for sun coverage
Create your own travel system with the Safety 1st OnBoard infant car seat;
Accepts the Britax Chaperone, Peg Perego Primo Viaggio SIP, Graco SnugRide, SnugRide 32, and SnugRide 35, Chicco KeyFit, Evenflo Serenade, infant car seats accepted in rear position only with strap (included)
Rated 1 out of
Complete Garbage!!!!I bought this stroller less than a month ago and the seat beat has broken and it is the hardest stroller i have ever had to maneuver. I wish I never bought it
Date published: 2014-12-03
Rated 5 out of
Would recommend!Stroller is a little long to put in a regular size car but would be fine in a van. Easy to put together and is easy to manoever. Easy to attach the baby seat and has good storage area.
Date published: 2013-02-06
Rated 1 out of
Very very difficult to maneuverWe received this stroller as a gift and I was very excited about it and so was my older daughter - she loved the idea of being able to stand up in the back BUT we got rid of it within 3 months. It is next to impossible to maneuver. I was constantly struggling with it to keep it going in a straight line on any surface - on the street or in the mall, IMPOSSIBLE!
Another con is that it is not very easy to fold up. It requires at least 3 or 4 actions (take canopy off, fold front seat down flat, ensure front wheels are pointed forward, etc.).
It does have a fairly generous size basket but it's a bit difficult to access as it runs completely under the front seat.
In the end we traded it in for a Baby Trend Sit and Stand and I am thrilled with it. My daughter still gets to stand up and it's a heck of a lot easier to maneuver and fold up.
Date published: 2013-01-10
Rated 3 out of
Difficult to ManeuverThe idea of being able to push around two children is great, but it is very difficult to push around even with one child in it because the turns are not smooth. You really have to put your weight down to push it around. Also the storage basket is awkward because it is in the middle so you'd have to take one child out to get access to it.
Date published: 2012-09-18
Rated 1 out of
miserable to pushI bought this stroller b/c the car seat attached in the rear, which was perfect since my 2yo still needs to be strapped in a seat. It is easy to maneuver with only 1 child, but w/ both, it's miserable. The storage area is awkward, the parent cupholders are terrible (coffee spills ALL the time), the front seat doesn't recline when car seat is attached. It is complicated to fold, but does fit in my trunk (2009 Fusion). The one pro is that I can see my baby when pushing the stroller.
Date published: 2012-09-16
Rated 5 out of
Great double stroller.I wanted to buy a double stroller where my newborn could be right in front of me and my older daughter could sit in the front and then would also still be able to be a sit and stand stroller as oppose to most where my newborn would be in the front.
This stroller was everything I wanted and I love it. It easier to steer then alot of double strollers. Also there is a sunshade that you can't see in the picture but it is just under the cup/storage holder for you to connect to the carseat.
The only downside and it's not such a down if you know what to do, is when you fold it up you need the pull the stroller toward you so the front wheels stay straight and fit into the stroller. Other then that I LOVE IT.
Does the Eddie Bauerâ¢ Double-Up Stroller have a three point harness on the back seat?
Asked by: Jpayne
Yes, the Double-Up Stroller does have a 3-point harness on the back seat and a 5-point harness on the front seat.
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