Product Reviews (10)
Graco DuoGlider LXI Metropolitan Double Stroller
Strengths: Lightweight, easy to use, excellent stroller
If you have two little ones this is a must have stroller for parents. Has ample storage area for all of the kids stuff, navigates easy through narrow isle ways that most stores have there days.
By koakada - Feb 6, 2006
This stroller has definitely...
Strengths: The wheels make the stroller easy to maneuver/turn. It is easy to fold up and put away. Both my children love riding in it. They have plenty of room to stretch their legs. I love the sun canopies.
Weakness: The stroller is pretty long, but that's what you'd expect for a double stroller.
This stroller has definitely exceeded by expectations. This stroller is easy to turn, to push, etc. The canopies are great. They protect against the sun and rain. They cover the children completely. I also love the parent tray. It has a holder for a drink, and an enclosed compartment you can put your cell phone, glasses, snacks, etc. in. The five-point harnesses on each seat are great. They keep the kids secure, but the kids are still able to move and breathe comfortably. This stroller folds up easily with one hand. The stroller has a nice basket below to carry things (coats, shopping bags), food, etc. I absolutely love this stroller!
By michelleschlofy - Jun 16, 2005
Very Functional, Easy to Use, & Nice on the Eyes
Strengths: easy to fold up and put away, sun canopies are great, large wheels make it easy to manuver
Weakness: the head support in seats are not easy to fit for toddler, I have to remove it
We bought the metropolitan stroller because we really liked the color, weight, and the way it folded. It had all of the features that we wanted and more.
I love this stroller for neighborhood walks and quick errands. It's incredibly easy to use and a nice weight. Quick release on the handle bar makes stroller take down or set-up a one-step process. Includes a large basket underneath. The sun canopies are great. They protect children against the sun, wind, and rain. I also love the child tray great to be able to put snacks out for my toddler when we're on the go. Other pluses are the see through window on the canopy and snack/drink holders on both the child seats and the handle rail for the parents for a water bottle or to store keys.
By hka259 - Apr 2, 2006
Best foldable tandum stroller
Strengths: Both seats recline Stadium Seating Huge basket Foldable with only removing the front sun shade
Weakness: Heavy Very long when folded (how ever it fits fine in my Volvo V40)
First to start off I purchased a Eddie Bauer tandam from Target and not even 20 days had passed and one of the bolts fell out. So then I went on a tandum stroller hunt. I read reviews and looked at many. Finally settled on this one because of its reviews.
I didn't like the really exspensive $400+ tandums, because all of them require you to remove the seats to fold the stroller.
I didn't like the dual wide, because that is never going to make down the clothing isles at the department stores.
We have had the stroller for 30 days now and I can honestly say I would purchase it again. Nothing has broke even with my 35lb two year old and 15lb 4 month old.
The only problems I have found is how heavy it is. All I can say is lift with your back.
By daryldarly - Oct 23, 2006
Strengths: Easy to push. Large storage basket. The infant car seat can be placed in either seat.
Weakness: Could be lighter and fold better.
I have always been a fan of Graco products, and this double stroller lives up to my standards. We have only just began to use it, as our second child was just born two weeks ago. But we have had no major problems as of yet. My son enjoys being able to ride with his baby sister. We were still able to recline the front seat when my son fell asleep with the car seat in the rear...that was a nice bonus. We will get plenty of use out of this stroller I am sure...
By brandy24 - Sep 25, 2006
graco duo glider
Strengths: easy to move, sterdy, big carrying compartment, food and juice tray for baby.
Weakness: a little heavy
this duo glider is sterdy made of metle, it weigh's 30 pounds. the wheels move easy and makes it easy to turn with. it has a huge carrying compartment to hold all necesities for the baby. it has a food tray so the baby can eat and drink when needed. i recommend this stroller
By metsfanforever - Apr 13, 2006
The Twin Mobile
Strengths: 5-point harnesses in both seats, large basket, easy to stear, very easy to fold and expand
Weakness: not really made for 2 babies - made more for 1 baby and 1 toddler. backseat tray is worthless for toddler.
i have 14-month old twins. i researched a ton of tandems before i decided on this one. for the most part i love it. we purchased this when the babies were 5 months old and unable to sit on their own. the backseat works perfectly because it is deep and allows some wiggle. the front seat is very shallow making it hard for a child who cannot support themselves to sit easily. you must by a LXI model to get 5-point harnesses in both seats - which was a must because our children took a long time to learn to sit. the back tray is a joke as far as loading it with snacks for a 2nd toddler. it can't really hold anything - including a sippy cup. the large basket underneath is great (i could fit 2 bumbo seats in it) and this stroller steers very well. i would recommend it for someone with twins after you stop using the beloved double snap-n-go.
By waltersgal - Feb 23, 2007
Strengths: very good stroller
I have been looking for the right price for a stroller and this site along with searching for the top of the line stroller was the selling point for me.
By tlbackman - Jun 23, 2006
I tried a burley (the pull behind...
Strengths: looks nice and has a big basket for storage underneath
Weakness: it is hard to push, like it needs bigger wheels to accomodate pushing all the weight of 2 kids
I tried a burley (the pull behind for a bike) and that seemed to push a lot easier than the graco, but it doesn't fold down like the graco for small cars. I like the way the graco looks a lot better than the burly and it will fit in between isles of stores.
By forkayla - May 22, 2007
Great Stroller 4 stars!
Strengths: The back is higher then the front! Let's the one in back have more of a view. Also love the extended clear umbrella, blocks more sun and/or rain. The trays are great too, cup holders/snack holder.
Weakness: Only draw back is the seats are close together but I think that is true of most dual strollers! Son pulls daughter's hair (cause he can).
Pretty much love just about everything about this stroller, when my son was young his Graco baby seat snap in to the back, which allowed me freedom to leave the house with a 1.5 year old too! The wheels lock in to place or out to swival! The under storage is huge! fit all my diaper backs and shopping bags too! Plus if something breaks it is replaceable. I broke my front umbrella knob off and was able to replace it for free (under warrantee). Basically I loved mine so much my best friend bought the exact same one and returned her Prego double stroller which she ended up hating.
By anonymous; - May 19, 2006