Tested by Sylvia Taylor, mom of 18-month-old twins Michael and William, Toronto PRICE $760; RumbleSeat, $150
WEIGHT Single (bassinet), 27.5 lb.; single (first seat) 25.5 lb.; double, 30.4 lb.
WEIGHT CAPACITY Bassinet, birth to six months; first seat, three months to 50 lb.; RumbleSeat, six months to 35 lb. CAR SEAT COMPATIBILITY Some Graco, Chicco, Peg Pérego and Maxi-Cosi (adapters sold separately) FEATURES Three seat configurations; bassinet (no fabric swapping); one-step self-standing fold, with or without seat; reversible, one-handed multi-position seat; adjustable handlebar; removable, washable fabric; extendable SPF 50+ drop-down sunshade; foam and rubber wheels with shock-absorbing front and rear suspension; removable bumper bar on both seats; one-step brake system; aluminum alloy frame; rain and bug shield PROS “I like that the main seat reverses so that my boys could face each other or both face me. Having one child higher makes the stroller narrower, and it’s not as long as some inlines. It feels more like pushing a single but with space for two.” CONS “Because of the latch design, collapsing the stroller wasn’t as easy as others. As an overly tired mom, it was a little heavy. I wish the RumbleSeat reclined.” RATING 9/10