With the Counterpart 2, Combi is clearly taking aim at the popular Grace DuoGlider (*est. $150). This double stroller weighs a relatively light 26 pounds, and features stadium seating and a set of center-swivel wheels. Reviewers praise its slim profile, which allows it to maneuver easily through doorways, but note that another double stroller,the side-by-side Combi Twin Sport 2 (*est. 200) is a bit lighter. However, we found better reviews overall for the Graco DuoGlider (*est. $150).
The Combi Counterpart 2 tandem double stroller has yet to appear in many reviews. All we could find were a handful of posts by owners to Amazon.com and Target.com, and a brief (but thorough and comparative) editorial review at the retail site EliteCarSeats.com. It hasn't yet been included in tests at Consumer Reports.
This review of the Counterpart 2 emphasizes its light weight (especially compared to the 40-pound Joovy Caboose), easy fold, and ability to fit through doorways. The writer notes that the Combi Twin Sport 2 is a bit lighter, but the Counterpart 2 offers the option of using dual car seats.
Review: Combi Counterpart 2 ST Stroller, Editors of EliteCarSeats.com
To date, only one parent has contributed feedback about the Combi Counterpart 2. She likes the "spacious" back seat, but says the front seat is comparatively small and doesn't recline much.
Review: Combi Counterpart 2 Reviews, Contributors to Amazon.com
The Combi double strollers gets a very low average rating at Target.com from about a dozen parents, one of whom calls it the "worst ever" stroller. The most common complaint is poor maneuverability, along with sporadic complaints about breaking parts and uncomfortable seats.
Review: Combi Counterpart 2 Stroller Reviews, Contributors to Target.com