Skylar Double Review
For parents of twins the Skylar Double Jogger gives them another choice when they want to take their kids along on a run. The built-in flaw with jogging strollers is that pushing one or two kids in a stroller adds that much more weight for the runner to push. The built-in advantage is that parents can take their kids along with them. This stroller has a front swivel wheel that can lock in the straight position for jogging and pneumatic wheels similar to a bicycle tire for easy maneuverability. It holds 50 pounds per child and is designed for children as young as 6 months and under 42 inches tall.
The Skylar Double Jogger is JPMA certified and comes with a two-year warranty. It has a five-point safety harness, a multi-position reclining seat and an extra large canopy for protection from the sun. The storage basket underneath the stroller measures 20 by 18 by 5 inches. For traveling, the stroller folds up and the quick-release tires can be removed. Depending on retailer, the price is in the $159 to $240 range.
The JPMA certification is always a plus.
A hookup for an MP3 player is a nice touch for parents and kids.
Parents can appreciate the stroller’s easy assembly.
The front wheel is prone to shake and wobble.
Some parents report having difficulty getting this extra wide stroller through a standard sized doorway.
The storage basket under the seat is split into two compartments, making it difficult to fit large diaper bags underneath.
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