Anyone do some good research and see what differences there are or can recommend or not the Graco Duoglide and Duoglide LXI?
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03-08-2006, 07:35 PM #1
03-13-2006, 11:05 AM #2
I have the DuoGlider LXI and can't really recommend it when the twins are really small. I've seen some really EXCELLENT reviews on it and that's why I bought mine but when we finally started using it - I found it bulky and heavy. I like the idea of being able to strap the carseats into the stroller but the duoglider WITH the carseats is just to much if you ask me. I think it will make a good stroller without the carseats eventually. The basket was hard to get to for the diaper bag as well. I only used it a couple of times and after running into a few twin moms who were ALL using the Tandem Snap-N-Go which was so much better we bought it for $99. It's so much easier to get out of the car - especially when I was still recovering from my C-Section and wound hematoma. The Graco seemed to weigh a ton compared to the snap and go. (of course it's probably just a few pounds but it just made a HUGE difference). The basket on the Snap-N-Go is easier to get to and bigger - and the carseats are easier to snap in as well. However the Snap-N-Go is only a Stroller Base so we'll only be able to use it along with the Carseats....but it will be worth the money in the meantime. :-) Have fun shopping for strollers. It's really important to get what is right for you.
03-13-2006, 11:28 AM #3
Thanks Petra... still looking into what works best.
By the way- your girls are beautiful! congrats!
03-13-2006, 09:47 PM #4
After reading many, many reviews, I kept hearing that the Graco DuoGlider was really heavy, bulky and that the wheels kept falling off. We went to Babies R Us to test drive one and the wheel actually did fall off. LOL. We ordered the Duo Snap n' Go through DreamTime Baby online and paid less than 90$ new. It came in both navy and black. That was the best price that I could find anywhere, and most places did not have it in stock. It was easy to assemble and is so light. It maneuvers well, and the car seats fit in easily. We will probably switch to an umbrella or jogging stroller at around 6 months but are really excited about the stroller that we got. Goodluck.______________________________
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03-14-2006, 10:22 AM #5BrookeCRegistered Userhas no status.
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If you get some time, read throgh this thread -click here It has lots of great stroller advise, plus other great info. I had a DuoGlider, among others, but it was definately my favorite stroller. It got the most use by far.Brooke
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