Joovy Stroller: JOOVY Toofold Rear Seat Review

Joovy Stroller: JOOVY Toofold Rear Seat

  • Converts your TooFold stroller into a full-size double in seconds
  • Built-in sunshade stores away in a zippered pocket behind the seat
  • 5-point harness

Joovy Stroller: JOOVY Toofold Rear Seat Reviews

High Quality. Light and Portable. Comfortable. A Must Have For the Joovy Toofold (By Memly)

A must have for the Joovy Toofold if you want to make it into a inline double. It is a high quality, solid second seat but it is still very light, portable, and easy to carry. It snaps on and can be taken off very easily. And it has to be removed in order to fold the stroller. It comes fully assembled and all you have to do it attach it to the stroller and it is ready to go.

The back as the seat is plush very comfortable. Comes with padded safety belts. Need to hide your child from pesky paparazzi? No problem. The included black sun shade makes the back seat into a private retreat of his/her very own. The sun shade can be folded and stowed away in an attached zippered pouch on the back of the seat.

My daughter can get into and out of the seat on her own. But not easily or quickly. So we just put her in and lift her out.

This was a great purchase for us and I would recommend it to others.

A must have for your tandem option on the TooFold/TwoFold (By Opinionated Mama)

I’d give this 5 stars if it were not so expensive as an add on to the Joovy Toofold (aka the Micralite Twofold distributer in the US). I feel a mama’s limit is $150 to add something to an already expensive stroller. I’ve you’ve got the stroller and a toddler that’s between walking and riding, this is a good option. If you need a full time riding option with recline and naps, this isn’t going to be a good fit. My daughter is nearly 3 and jealous of her sister’s great rig. And she changes her mind to hop in and out and off and on the board. I love having the seat on the stroller as it keeps both of my little ones safe. The canopy comes out maybe 4 inches ABOVE the seat, and my taller 38 inch kid has another 2-3 inches before making the back canopy that folds out useless. The only slight con for me is that the older rider does tend to pound on the release latch (that does nothing in the unfolded setup), which my husband and I refer to as her imaginary “eject” button for baby sis. The whole setup is very transformer-like and James Bond spy car in my mind. If they could only add an “oil slick” button and maybe some rockets, I’d consider that a worth 5 stars at full price.

Bugaboo still wins (By Kate B)

This second seat for the Giove to fold stroller is probably the best part of the Josie to fold stroller all together. It is really a great little package for the additional seat. I bought mine off of Albee for a lot less than it is here on Amazon. However I ended up returning the Joovy Toofold as it is wayyyy to back heavy. Not safe at all. The second seat was the most impressive part , that and the built in rider board.like I said I returned the stroller so this went back as well. The hood is built in and has a metal wire To keep it open. It is such an easy pop on and pulling I tiff is so easy it’s almost fun. I wanted to love this stroller but too back heavy. I’m a bugaboo fan for life

A great second seat option (By Mom Mart)

The TooFold rear seat snaps right on the back of the TooFold stroller and has a built in canopy so that the second seat rider gets a little shade too which is a really great feature. The canopy is hidden in a zippered pocket on the rear of the seat so it can be folded and put away when not in use.

The seat is also equipped with the same super soft mesh as the TooFold stroller liner, making it a comfy second seat option.

While the TooFold stroller is not able to collapse with the second seat attached, it is quick and easy to snap on and take off and it is very lightweight.

We really love the second seat option and are planning on taking it with us on our upcoming Disney Trip.

I was provided a sample of the Joovy TooFold Rear Seat for the purposes of a blog review {Mom Mart}, regardless all thoughts and opinions are my own.