Tested by Angela Comella, mom of 22-month-old Amelia and five-month-old Gabby, Toronto PRICE Mono, $1,200; duo, $1,500; twin, $1,660*
WEIGHT Single, 28.6 lb.; double, 33 lb.
WIDTH Single, 23"; double, 29"
WEIGHT CAPACITY From birth up to 37.6 lb. per seat CAR SEAT COMPATIBILITY Graco, Maxi-Cosi and Chicco (adapters sold separately) FEATURES Seventeen different configurations (using an easy, three-step expanding chassis) to accommodate single baby, baby and toddler, two babies or two toddlers; side carry basket when used as a single, plus under-seat storage; both seats reverse and recline with one hand; multi-terrain, air-filled wheels; self-standing, easy fold with or without both seats attached; height-adjustable handlebar PROS “It takes little effort to push (moving as well as a double as it does as a single), easily converts to a double and collapses well. The side-by-side configuration means both girls will have a clear view. The sticker shock dissipates once you use it.” CONS “I miss having a cup holder and snack tray. The assembly directions are tricky, reminiscent of Ikea instructions, so I relied on the YouTube video. It’s wide and takes up a lot of real estate in the trunk of our Toyota Venza.” RATING 9/10
*Mono includes base and fabric set; duo includes base, fabric set and duo extension set; twin includes base, two fabric sets and duo extension set and bassinet.