Kolcraft Jeep Wrangler Twin Sport All-Weather Umbrella Stroller

Kolcraft Jeep Wrangler Twin Sport All-Weather Umbrella Stroller

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I have the single Jeep stroller, and I've been extremely happy with it. I haven't had issues with the fabric or the wheels. I suppose the steering could be better, but it's not really an issue for me. The storage area below is a good size, and the stroller is fairly light and easy to break down and store in the trunk.

I bought the single Jeep stroller. I have a Graco but it is very big and difficult to maneuver and I wanted something smaller and more compact for the car. The back ripped up and down the seams and the straps would not stay closed. The shade is useless. I returned it and got a $10 umbrella stroller.

Wow! I have the double stroller and it's not too bad. No issues with wheels falling off or steering it either! My twin girls are 2 and there is about a 6# difference in their weight and it doesn't pull to the heavier side. We haven't really used the cup holder, since we pretty much just use it where it would be a hassel to take our duo-glider stroller (translation Land Yacht). I do use the shade as much as possible but my girls are very fair skinned and red heads. My only beef is that the handles on ALL umbrella strollers to way to short and I an only 5'5". My dad who is 6' HATES how short the handles are, but then again, I don;t see him pushing it all that often either! My advise is to try them all out, especially twin strollers! You just need to find out what works best in different situations!

I, too, bought the single one. I have had no problems with it other than steering sometimes. I bought it to be easy for the plane ride. The wheels never have fallen off - a plus in my book! I have been using since my son was 3 months and use it at least on a weekly basis. he is 8 months now and it is holding up just fine. no tears. he does lean forward in the seat all the time, but i figure that speaks more of his curiosity than the comfort of his seat. The shade is a bit of a waste of time and i took it off immediately, but i could tell that before i bought it. i do wish it had maybe a net on the bottom to hold some extra things in.... but hey, I cant complain too much. its better than fumbling with the wheels - i live in the country and need the "4x4" capability.

I did not buy the duel stroller but I had the single one, made by Jeep (same material & design, just made for one child). The thing was HORRIBLE. The material the seat is made out of was ripping at the seams just after a couple uses! It was ripping up the back and along the seat part. I had noticed this while my child was using the stroller and was afraid he would fall right out! This was such a waste of money---I took it back to the store I purchased it from, and I was glad to be rid of it.

We bought this stroller to replace our Graco DuoGlider that we wore the wheels off of. I decided to go with a side by side only because I knew we wouldn't be using a stroller that much longer as our girls have turned 2, and simply don't want to ride. Well I chose this stroller because to be honest, my hubby is a Chrysler junkie and said, "there's no way Chrysler would let anyone use the Jeep logo on junk", so hence , we ordered it online through BaBies R Us. Well let me tell you, I wish I could sue under the lemon law!!!! This stroller is flimsy, the sunshades are nearly non-existent, It rolls crazy, there is a cup holder that if you were to use it would drowned the child, the storage compartment might hold a cell phone. I could have purchased 2 of those $15 umbrellas and the $10 locking kit and had a product put together just as well. DON"T WASTE YOUR MONEY!