- Adjustable padded handlebar creates the perfect fit for any parent’s height with 9 position options
- Swiveling front wheel allows for superior maneuverability, locks forward for increased stability jogging or when the terrain turns tough
- Easy, two-step folding, lightweight frame for convenient transport and storage
- State-of-the-art, adjustable suspension system provides an exceptionally smooth ride
- Ultra-padded, adjustable reclining seat for enhanced seating comfort, five-point padded harness keeps your child comfortably secure
BOB Revolution Flex Duallie Stroller, Wilderness/Black Reviews
Best double jogger (By Momtomy5)
Let me start off by saying, I researched this purchase for months. Not only am I picky, I had a hard time sinking this amount of money into a stroller. After all, it’s just a stroller. I even tried out a cheaper double jogger, but it was not at all what I was looking for. So, after months of research, this appeared to be the closest thing to what I wanted and needed for my 2 year old and 4 month old.
I purchased the lagoon color, and it is even better in person. I think I’ve fallen in love with this stroller. It pushes like a dream, has an easy two-step fold, and a swivel wheel that can easily be locked in place (it’s not remote Iike some other brands, but really it’s not that hard to walk around the stroller and change it!). I love the huge sun canopies with their different adjustments. Never have to worry about sun in the baby’s eyes, and the toddler can have hers all the way up so she can see everything around her. One of my favorite features, though, is the adjustable handlebar. I’m 5’4″, my husband is 6’2″. Needless to say, an adjustable handle bar was a necessity and it’s always being switched up and down to accommodate our differing heights. The storage basket underneath and the mesh pockets behind the seats do a fine job of holding all the necessities this family of 8 needs for a day at the zoo or fair or whatever. No issues there.
Yes, I’m disappointed I had to purchase the snack tray and handlebar console separately at this price range, but oh well. I’m over it. Do note, however, not all the consoles being sold on Amazon will fit this stroller! I made that mistake. Apparently there are two models and this requires the newer one.
Overall, I really like this stroller. I can see it getting years of use in our home. I don’t think you’ll regret this purchase!
Wonderful (By Hyatt2)
We love this stroller!
– Glides on air! It doesn’t feel like your pushing a double stroller.
– Comfortable for the kids. Our almost 2 year old almost fell asleep in it on our first time out, which is not common at all! I originally thought the shocks were a bit gimmicky, but they just add to the comfort for the child!
– Stable. When it’s stationary I have no worries of it tipping over if our son decides to climb around in it. There is also no shaking while running with it.
– High quality material. I feel like the material will be perfect in terms of durability and also easy to clean.
– Agile. With the wheel unlocked (able to swivel), this stroller can turn on a dime!
– Adjustable handle. Being 6’4 this is a MUST! I love being able to easily adjust between heights. I can’t imagine how tall you would have to be to use the highest settings (I use the 2nd or 3rd highest depending on whether I’m walking or running or going uphill).
– Storage. I feel like there is plenty of storage, but it is tucked far underneath the seats making it hard to access easily. I realize this is the only way you can get the foot clearance necessary for jogging.
– Canopy storage. Although we love how far the canopies cover the children, when you pull them back it bunches up around their heads. I do wish they designed it better to pull all of the fabric/plastic away.
– Size. A necessary evil. You have to align it well to fit through our apartment door (but it does fit).
In my opinion, this is by far the best double stroller out there. Bob has taken its already highly coveted stroller and added some wonderful features!
The good, the bad, the good and bad… (By Jessica Coffey)
I purchased the Duallie “flex” in Lagoon… and have found there’s both good and bad.
-The thing handles like a dream. I live on the edge of a rural area that provides the most gorgeous walks, but poor pavement and no sidewalks… I easily take this over broken roads, off the road where it’s too narrow, into grass, dirt, rocks, whatever, and my kids are comfortable and secure, and I am not fighting the stroller at all- to go, stop, or steer- it is truly amazing… so stable, so easy! It turns on a dime too, and in any situation. I push it with one hand, and same thing. Ah-Mazing.
-The shades are awesome, they extend far enough that my infant gets NO sun on her, and my 2 yr old loves being able to pull hers fully forward and “hide”, but still see mommy through the clear part.
-The seat doesn’t lay completely flat, but it’s flat enough for me to buckle in my infant daughter and then just pad around her with blankets (it’s still cool here anyway)… she sleeps our whole walk, no need for the carseat or adapter. Score!
-Set up was pretty easy
-The color is fabulous- I have two daughters. I didn’t want the dark blue, orange, green, etc… this somehow seems at least a little girlier, and is true to the photos.
-The seats are so cushy! Even the few times I hit bumps big enough that the shocks didn’t just absorb it, my girls were very well protected and comfortable in such well placed/designed pads.
-And most importantly, it seems really safe. It feels sturdy, well made, strong. I jogged it, I took it on roads and off, I opened and closed it, I watched my toddler climb on it, it just seems like a nice, durable investment that will keep my babies safe.