by: Martin Smith
One way of deciding if a particular stroller is right for you and your baby is to test it out. Another way is to look at reviews of the baby stroller to see how it stands with those who have already used the same model you are looking at. The reviews of four different stroller types will address the pros and cons of each particular stroller.
The Graco Duo-glider - Metropolitan Standard Stroller is a multiple stroller and definitely has more pros than cons however, the decision is strictly yours to make. The seat of this stroller lies flat, it has a great price and great accessories, and it folds small for its size. The extras are nice, there is a five-point harness, and it strolls nicely. There is a huge storage basket under the seat, it is easy to open and easy to get in the car.
The cons of the Graco Duo-Glider is that the basket cannot be reached when the seat is lying flat. The seat sides need more support. The cup holder on the front seat must be removed to shut the trunk of the car.
The Per Prego Duette MT - Black Sable Twin Seat Standard Stroller is durable, has full suspension, and reclining seats. This is an easy to push stroller and it has a smooth ride. The seats can face each other and they both recline. It is narrow for shopping. It’s design is high quality with lots of leg room and a five-point harness. There is a roomy seat area.
The complaints about the Per Prego Duette MT are that it is large and heavy. It is expensive. it is hard to fold. It takes up a lot of room. There is no storage basket and this stroller does not collapse all the way.
The Evenflo Cititour Silver Star Twin Seat Standard Stroller has a comfortable rear seat. This stroller can handle up to forty pounds in each seat. It has soft and padded material. There is a toddler drink and snack tray. This stroller steers rather easily and there is easy access to the basket.
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About The Author
Martin Smith is a successful freelance writer providing advice for consumers on purchasing a variety of baby cribs, His numerous articles provide a wonderfully researched resource of interesting and relevant information. http://www.1st-babies.com.