- Quick Fold
- Smooth ride
- See both kiddos at the same time
- Kids can both see out equally, in either forward or rear-facing direction
- Foam-filled tires/good suspension, all-terrain/low maintenance
- Ample storage
- Cup holder (for adult and kiddos)
- Large canopies
- Equal seat size on both seats
- Double infant car seat compatible
- Telescope handlebar
- Convertible to one-kid stroller
Pros: It ticks ALL my boxes.
Cons: It's heavy, expensive, and requires multiple (small) purchases to acquire all the pieces I want. But, the fact that it ticked all my boxes made it entirely worth these cons for me.
I have used it quite a few times with Noah (with just one seat attached), but my assessment of it with the second seat or with two infant car seats is entirely theoretical at this point, based on testing it out at the store a few times with both seats and infant car seats (sans babies).
I don't like the idea of putting one child basically IN the storage basket underneath. The B-Ready ticks almost all my boxes. But, the rumble seat in the basket, smaller second seat (rumble), and limited seat placement were deal-breakers.
Even pricier than the City Select! Doesn't accommodate two infant car seats and rumble seat again. No deal.
This one was very promising. The only reason I didn't consider it completely was two-fold: (1) it's not really available in the U.S. yet. I'm not buying a product like this if I can't get my hands on it first (2) it comes with SO many pieces in order to make all the adapters and seats work! And then you have to take it all apart down to the base structure just to fold it up. No deal.
If anyone's interested in more details, let me know! I'll do a follow-up post after I've used it for a while with the twins.