Jeep by Delta Children Destination Side x Side Double Ultralight Stroller Review (Delta Children)

Jeep by Delta Children Destination Side x Side Double Ultralight Stroller
What It Is

No matter your destination, you can easily be on the go with babies in tow with the Jeep by Delta Children Destination Side x Side Double Ultralight Stroller. As the name suggests, this double stroller has a side-by-side seat design that is still slim enough to fit through standard 30-inch doorways. 

Each seat features durable and water-resistant fabric, along with five-point safety harnesses that have reflective shoulder pads for nighttime strolls. You can also recline each seat independently in several positions and adjust the footrests to keep both kids at their optimal comfort level. And the two swivel child bars make it easy to get kids in and out of the stroller. For sun protection, each seat has an oversized canopy with an SPF 50 sun visor. Peek-a-boo canopy windows allow mom and dad to keep an eye on their little ones.

You'll also find a lot of space in the underseat storage bin for bringing along all the essentials.

The seven-inch front swivel wheels can be locked for added stability on bumpy surfaces. To lock the 10-inch back wheels, step on the rear brake lock. You lift it up to continue strolling.

This has a simple and compact standing fold, and the lightweight aluminum frame plus built-in shoulder strap makes this convenient and easy to carry. The stroller weighs 28 pounds.

It's only available in a black color scheme.

Why Is It Useful?

This is certainly easy to maneuver and steer, even through doorways, and those are always the most important aspects of a double stroller. We like the way this folds up, and how convenient that carry strap is, freeing up your hands to hold the hands of your two little ones. However, 28 pounds still feels heavy on your shoulder. Obviously, the Jeep brand name will appeal to Jeep drivers and fans, but this offers functionality for non-Jeep people, too.

Who It’s For

This is for babies from ages 6 months and up. Each seat holds up to 40 pounds.

What To Be Aware Of

You can't adjust the handlebar height.

There is no option to attach an infant car seat.

It seems that the fold should be a one-hand deal, but we thought it was hard to slide the lever and push the button at the same time with just one hand.

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