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If you think you might have another child in the future, you might want to look into the double strollers that can later turn into a single as this way you can reuse your stroller (because it would look goofy to push one baby in a double stroller). To select these strollers that can later turn into a single, make sure that you add a filter to the kids column that says AND (not OR) kids have “all of” “1”.
If you know that you want a side-by-side double, then go into the “Kids” column filter and uncheck the “2 FTB”.
We have pre-filtered the chart so that you ONLY see the strollers that can take 2 car seats. If you want to broaden your choices, there are more double strollers that can take 2 newborns (either laying flat in the stroller seat or in a bassinet) that can only take 1 car seat at most. You can see these strollers by going into the filter at the bottom of the “car seats” column and adding a check next to “1”.
Whereas in other parts of this stroller database we have NOT included strollers that only accommodate car seats by the same manufacturer, here we chose to include them as there are so few strollers that accommodate 2 car seats that we felt it important to provide parents of twins with a complete list. All of the strollers in our database will accommodate a car seat made by another manufacturer EXCEPT:
Britax B-Ready can ONLY take a Britax car seat on the bottom – so with twins, you can have 2 Britax car seats or 1 Britax (on bottom) + 1 other manufacturer’s seat (on top).
Graco strollers will ONLY take Graco car seats
Chicco strollers will ONLY take Chicco car seats
Peg Perego Duette Piroet & Book For Two will only take Peg Perego car seats.[/showhide]
These are frame-only strollers, meaning that you must use the car seat at all times with these strollers as otherwise there’s nothing for the baby to sit in. This also means that these strollers are obsolete once the baby outgrows the infant seat.
Note: The Baby Trend Snap-N-Go name is very misleading… as car seats do NOT snap into the Baby Trend Snap-N-Go… rather, you must STRAP them onto this stroller. The Baby Trend stroller is safe to use, so long as you are diligent about strapping the car seat properly onto it each time. Car seats will snap into the Joovy TwinRoo+.
The table below explains the different ways a car seat might or might not fit onto a particular stroller.
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