Baby Trend Expedition Double Jogging Stroller Review
This two-seater jogging stroller with a lockable front swivel wheel tracks reasonably well with parents. Most Baby Trend Double Expedition reviews at Amazon assert that it meets the needs of walkers and joggers: easy to steer, turns tight corners, rolls smoothly over different surfaces, good fit for kids. Others complain that it pulls off center when the front wheel is locked and wobbles wildly when the wheel is unlocked. We also read a few Baby Trend Double Expedition reviews griping about specs that say the two children should be close to equal weight, although one post at Target says an infant and a 3-year-old didn't upset the balance. For the most part, Baby Trend Double Expedition reviews report this stroller fits in car trunks and through doorways. Although some parents lament the lack of a child tray, at least one appreciates that its absence means more leg room for older children.
The Baby Trend Double Expedition features a steel frame and weighs 32.5 pounds. It holds babies from 6 months and children weighing up to 50 pounds each and standing 42 inches tall. It boasts a 12-inch front wheel and 16-inch rear wheels, all of which can be released quickly for storage or transport. It also comes with a rear parking break, wrist strap, 5-point harness system, independently reclining seats, ratcheting sun canopy, parent tray, and under-seat basket.
Some users report problems with the front wheel, but their experience is not universal. Parents in the market for a budget-priced double stroller might give this model a look. That said, our top pick for a double jogging stroller beats this one on price and performance.