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Old 06-24-2012, 08:55 PM   #11
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Just updating (I'm not the OP) that I bought this and I love it. It can fold with one seat but not 2, an it folds better with no seats. My kids love it too. I got it in purple with the second seat and the glider board for an older kid to stand on. It was pricey, but I think it's going to be worth it. I love how accessible everything is including the basket. The only thing I wish is for a parent tray.

And someone was talking about the 2012 models not being out yet? Mine very clearly said 2012 model on the box.

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I'm not sure I like it as much after playing with it in store for the last few months. I've had to demo it lots & I find that it can be really hard to configure both seats if one of them is reclined...back to back is pretty much impossible unless they are both bolt upright. If I had twins I think I'd like it better than anything else on the market...but for a 2.5 year old & newborn I'm not sure it's the best choice...
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Old 08-18-2012, 03:24 PM   #13
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I'm not sure I like it as much after playing with it in store for the last few months. I've had to demo it lots & I find that it can be really hard to configure both seats if one of them is reclined...back to back is pretty much impossible unless they are both bolt upright. If I had twins I think I'd like it better than anything else on the market...but for a 2.5 year old & newborn I'm not sure it's the best choice...
Have you found anything better?
I don't want a rumble seat. I hate one child under the other and I want the option of single or double.
I worry I will have things I don't like but I am not sure.
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Old 09-19-2012, 05:57 PM   #14
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I'm not sure I like it as much after playing with it in store for the last few months. I've had to demo it lots & I find that it can be really hard to configure both seats if one of them is reclined...back to back is pretty much impossible unless they are both bolt upright. If I had twins I think I'd like it better than anything else on the market...but for a 2.5 year old & newborn I'm not sure it's the best choice...
This!!! My 2yo would try to kick my infant
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