Like its single counterpart, the BOB Revolution Duallie receives
a great deal of praise from professional reviewers and consumers alike. The
stroller features the same durable, lightweight aluminum alloy frame as its
sister models, the BOB Ironman Duallie (*Est. $480) and the
While the Revolution Duallie does feature the ability to lock the front wheel, reviewers note that there are better options for serious runners. Since the Revolution Duallie does not have a hand brake, parents who are running at high speeds or on hilly terrain should look to other models, such as the Ironman Duallie (*MSRP $560). The plentiful storage is praised by most reviewers, but some say that when a child is in a reclined position, it can be frustrating to access the storage baskets. Reviewers also say that for its hefty price tag, the stroller is missing some necessary accessories, such as a cupholder. The one other drawback is the folded size of the stroller. Some consumer reviews say that, once folded, this stroller is difficult to lift and store in the trunk of a vehicle.
There are several reviews of the BOB Revolution Duallie, though it should be noted that most are not transparent on their testing methods. BabyGizmo.com, AOL's ParentDish.com and About.com all give fairly complete reviews of the stroller and rate the stroller very highly. The best review comes from Hollie Schultz of BabyGizmo.com, but her review is from 2008. ParentDish.com and About.com offer more recent reviews and note similar pros and cons as the BabyGizmo.com review. Owner feedback of the Revolution Duallie is plentiful and positive. Buzzillions.com offers the most extensive and diverse comments, with more than 200 consumers weigh-in on this stroller.
Hollie Schultz praises the BOB Revolution Duallie in this video review. She says that she was pleasantly surprised by the ease that the Revolution Duallie moved with -‑ even when pushing two toddlers. She does say that the stroller is large and difficult to store in the trunk of a sedan, but notes that it is no bigger than comparable models.
Review: BOB Revolution Duallie Video Review, Hollie Schultz, Nov. 13, 2008
Christine Luff tested the BOB Revolution Duallie over several months with her two children. The review is generally positive. Luff appreciates the ease of maneuverability and smooth ride that the stroller offers. She does note, however, that the stroller is somewhat expensive compared to similar models and is missing some necessary accessories, such as a water bottle holder. Note: ConsumerSearch is owned by About.com, but the two don't share an editorial affiliation.
Review: BOB Revolution Duallie Jogging Stroller Review, Christine Luff, May 14, 2010
ParentDish.com features more than 30 reviews of the top strollers, though by what process the strollers are reviewed is not apparent. Erin Renzas concludes that the BOB Revolution Duallie stands out from the pack thanks to its incredibly smooth ride. She praises the stroller's ample storage, but wishes the stroller fit more readily through standard doors and was less bulky when folded.
Review: Stroller Review: BOB Revolution Duallie, Erin Renzas, March 19, 2010
Buzzillions.com compiles reviews from retailers such as BabiesRUS.com, Target.com and REI.com. While the 200-plus consumer reviews are generally positive, there is substantial criticism of the size of the BOB Revolution Duallie. Several comment on the difficulty of storing the stroller in a car trunk. Some also note that there is not a cupholder, under-basket storage is difficult to reach and there is no hand brake.
Review: BOB Revolution Duallie Stroller Reviews, Contributors to Buzzillions.com
The BOB Revolution Duallie receives very positive marks from Amazon.com consumers. An overwhelming majority rate the product 5 stars out of 5 stars. Those who take issue with the stroller primarily focus on the hefty price tag, lack of hand brake and weight of the stroller.
Review: BOB Revolution Duallie Stroller, Contributors to Amazon.com
Editors of JoggingStroller.com report the BOB Revolution Duallie is an ideal fit for active, urban parents looking for a versatile double stroller. They do not note how the stroller was tested, although, they are very positive about its features. Editors do say that those looking for a stroller that is more suited for faster-paced running should look toward the BOB Ironman Duallie, due to the lack of a hand brake on the Revolution Duallie.
Review: BOB Revolution Duallie, Editors and Contributors of JoggingStroller.com