Even my real double stroller doesn't have the swivel wheels so I didn't miss it on the Bitty stroller! We love it and my older daughters are always coaxing my youngest to let them borrow the stroller for Nicki, Jess, etc.
Post by American Girl Rescue on Dec 23, 2008 14:48:15 GMT -5
Bitty Twins Double Stroller $49 BTST
Take the Bitty Twins with you wherever you go! This collapsible double stroller is twice as nice for two to share. It has two seats, a sunshade, and a roomy storage basket. Make sure they take turns riding in front! Assembly required. Collapsed length 25”.
I got this double stroller at Goodwill over the weekend (for $5.) My version is missing it's canopy (sunshade?), but since we didn't have ANY photos of this on the review, here it is:
I love this little stroller. The handle is 29" off of the ground so your little ones will be able to continue to push it around after they've grown quite a bit taller.
I'll bet my canopy is missing because of doll fit issues. Wayne, there at the top, would have been really squished in his seat as his head is higher than where the bar holding the canopy would be.
This stroller is made very sturdy and seems like it would withstand quite a bit of use. It is hard to steer since the front wheel is not swivel, but I think a swivel front wheel would have been hard for little ones to handle.
Our little guys fit so snuggly in this double stroller and it folds up very easily. Grade A.
Post by sharayahlynn on Oct 7, 2012 20:00:59 GMT -5
This stroller is wonderful! It's very cute and quite sturdy as well. I'm a bit too old (and too tall) to be pushing it around, but I couldn't pass up the great deal I got on it. It will be perfect for when Autumn or one of my little cousins come over. That way, we can take the twins (or the other dolls) and Charlie (my dog) for a walk at the same time. Usually we take one or the other (because most of the time I have to carry the doll halfway home), but now the kids can push the stroller around and I can walk the dog beside them.
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