Last updated on September 18th, 2020 at 11:13 am
Baby Strollers, especially double strollers, can be very expensive depending on how snazzy a unit you are looking for. I don’t know about you, but there were times in my life where money wasn’t that easy to come by. Inevitably, it’s also when your kids are small, especially if you are a young parent. You have rent or mortgage, probably a car payment, new in your job which means you are on the bottom of the pay scale.
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Bugaboo VS Graco Double Stroller Review
Nevertheless, you still have to have a place for your baby to ride and a way to take him or her out for some fresh air or around town or to the grocery store. Carrying them everywhere! They are cute, but none of us can do that!
In this article, I am going to share the Bugaboo VS Graco Double Stroller Review. Both are excellent strollers with their unique features.
If you have two kids to deal with that just makes the problem worse! Buying a double stroller for your infant and toddler becomes even more of a priority because you definitely can’t carry two of them and toddlers can only walk for so long.
If you are looking for a decent stroller to accommodate your new family, in my opinion, dollar-wise it’s hard to beat Graco. They have been around forever, make a good solid unit, and have a great support line. Also, Graco people know what you need.
The Duogliders (cool name, eh?) also have some suspension on the front wheels. I could never understand what that was for. I always assumed it had something to do with comfort. But it’s not that so much. The idea is that wheels flex a bit on and off of the curbs etc. This makes it much easier to negotiate those periodic uncut urban cliffs we call curbs.
A few years ago we took the kids to Disney. Frankly, they were probably too small but we had booked it so we pretty much had to go. Needless to say, there was a lot of walking and we needed to take a lot of stuff into the parks.
The thing that we missed with the stroller we had at the time was a great cargo carrier. This unit outshines the competition where carry kiddo stuff is concerned. Underneath the entire length of this double baby, the stroller is a cargo net, and you can pack a ton of stuff in there.
Turns On A Dime
One of the great things about this stroller is its ability to get in and out of tight spaces. Those dual articulating wheels mean you can literally turn the thing in a 360 on a dime. This is indispensable when you are going in and out of a tight apartment for example or a small shop somewhere. The ability to turn the thing is surprising when you consider it’s the size and that is basically carry’s two kids and all their stuff. It’s quite remarkable.
It’s really hard to wrong when buying strollers to buy a Graco.
It can be very intimidating to buy your first stroller, and it can be especially intimidating to spend what probably seems like a lot of money on it. But think of it this way: You are going to have this stroller for a long time. I have one of our first strollers still in our van today and my oldest is six years old. Our two year old uses it regularly, it’s survived three kids, and we use it a lot and we use it everywhere.
Take It Everywhere
We take on kids on nature walks, to the beach, through the snow, and through just about every terrain imaginable. Of course, we take them to the mall too, and the grocery store and for walks on the sidewalk like everybody else.
Now bear in mind we have purchased a lot of strollers over the years because I’m a bit of a stroller junkie. But the one thing I have learned is that the one I actually broke down and spent a decent amount of money is on, is the one that lasted.
Bugaboo Cameleon Is Best
I’m a huge fan of Bugaboo products. My husband and I are beyond the double stroller stage now, but if we were not, I would seriously be looking at the donkey. But let me talk about the one that has served us so well, that’s the Bugaboo Frog, which is now essentially the Bugaboo Cameleon.
They’ve made some changes to the tires for example. They are now foam filled rather than air-filled for example. A minor adjustment but a smart one. No more pump, no more tubes.
Pram And A Stroller
The thing starts out with your baby as essentially a pram. It comes with a bassinet that you can easily attach to the frame that allows you to lie baby down comfortably. We would typically use this when we were going out for walks starting from our home or vacation spot. The unit also has car seat adapters that you can buy which for everyday use is the way we prefer to use it.
The convenience of using it this way is hard to beat. You just disconnect the car seat from your car and attach it quickly and easily to the Bugaboo. It’s by way the best way to take your child to the mall or grocery store.
Once your child is a little bigger, probably around 4 to 6 months, the bassinet can then turn into a proper seat for your little gaffer. It’s essentially the same fabric and frame, just configured a little differently. This will then serve your child right up until he or she is a young person and ready to simply walk all the time.
Grows With Your Family
At this stage, who knows, maybe there is another baby on the way or in the family already. Bugaboo has nicely thought this through. You can buy a toddler board that you can easily attach to the bugaboo that will let your toddler stand while your stroll. It’s small, easy to attach, and works great. Our kids tend to pop up onto it when they get tired for a few minutes then continue walking or running as the case may be.
I have found that when it comes to cool features and longevity, you are best off to spend some money if you can afford to, upfront. The Bugaboo has I always buy from Amazon but they have the best prices and the best customer service in my opinion.