Jeep Wrangler Twin Sport All-Weather Double Stroller Review

Having a baby around the 6 month mark can present some challenges when you want to take them out for a stroll. 2 babies, on the other hand, usually means twice the trouble especially when they get uncomfortable. Enter the Jeep Wrangler Twin Sport All-Weather Double Stroller. This stroller was designed with the situation just described above in mind.

The Jeep Wrangler Twin Sport All-Weather Double Stroller is a bare bone minimalistic stroller designed to transport your children over smooth terrain. With prices beginning at $89.99, it’s a real bargain and most parents are drawn in by this aspect. It’s a light weight and compact stroller and considered the lightest in it’s category when compared with other twin strollers. It weighs just 21 lbs.

Let’s look at some of the features:

- Each seat is capable of holding a maximum of 35 lbs and a maximum height of up to 40″
- Each seat can recline 26 degrees
- They have removable cup holders for parents (they are somewhat dangerously situated and there is a risk of drinks spilling onto babies)
- All terrain wheels
- 2 cargo storage bags (on the Jeep Heat Red Stroller)
- Mesh backing for good airflow in hot weather
- Seat pad to protect babies from wind
- 3 point harness
- Extra wide frame

This is a basic feature set and will satisfy some parents. This wouldn’t be a good review if the cons were not presented. The Jeep Wrangler Twin Stroller does, however, have a number of cons. We will look into some of the pros and cons below.

Pros

Light Weight
As mentioned before, the Jeep Wrangler is light weight and very compact when folded.

Easy to Fold and Open
If this double stroller won’t fit into your car trunk, nothing will.

Affordable
The entry level price of $89.99 is very attractive

Rugged All Terrain Wheels
The wheels are a bit more rugged than your standard side by side, double stroller on the market.

Cons

No under seat storage
There is no storage under the seat which has pretty much become standard on stroller.

Small Sun Shades
The sun shades are comparatively small when placed against other strollers. When there is intense sunshine, they will not provide sufficient cover for the babies. They almost seem like they were an afterthought in the design process.

Clunky Mechanism
From the reclining backrest mechanism which is a bit clunky to the 3 break pads which need to be pressed simultaneously for the brakes to work and the poor maneuverability, the Jeep Wrangler Twin Sport All-Weather Double Stroller seems to have a lot more cons as opposed to benefits.

3 Point Harness
This is another con of the stroller. The harness does not have an adjustable crotch section and because it’s a 3 point (as opposed to the standard 5 point harness that other strollers offer), babies could wriggle out of the harness.

If you are looking for an affordable, compact and light weight stroller to take your babies for a walk, then this stroller could be right for you. If on the other hand, you want more, I would not advise that you buy the Jeep Wrangler Twin Sport All-Weather Double Stroller.