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EasyWalker Duo

(*Est. $700)
Reviewed
April 2012
by ConsumerSearch

Pros
  • Highly maneuverable
  • Versatile seating options
  • Height-adjustable handlebar
  • Removable/washable fabric covers
Cons
  • Expensive
  • Heavy and bulky when folded
  • No parent cupholder
  • No sun covers with car seats in place
Where to Buy
 

The Duo, from Dutch stroller manufacturer EasyWalker, is a double stroller with a variety of seating options, including two car seats, two carrycots, a carrycot and car seat, and two toddler seats or one toddler seat and a car seat or carrycot. It accepts several Maxi Cosi infant car seat models (sold separately). It can fit two car seats at the same time. The carrycots are also sold separately. Experts like the Duo's seating versatility and say it seems extremely well made and durable. It's a favorite with multi-child celebrities, but doesn't get a lot of reviews from non-celebrity owners, perhaps because of its high price tag. Experts say it's highly maneuverable, with large, air-filled, all-terrain wheels, but, as at least one expert review points out, it doesn't have a parent cupholder and is difficult to steer with one hand because of its bulk. For the parent who likes to have a cup of water or coffee available, the Britax B-Ready would be a good choice.

We found the best expert reviews of the EasyWalker Duo at ParentDish.com, TotsOnTheGo.com, GrowingYourBaby.com and CelebrityBabies.com. None of them compares the EasyWalker Duo to other strollers, and there is no mention of testing methods. There are few owner reviews available, not unusual for an expensive stroller from a relatively unknown manufacturer that is not readily available in the U.S.

Where To Buy
Easywalker Duowalker Sky Base - Black

 (9 reviews)
Buy new: $649.00   1 New from $999.95

 

Our Sources

1. TotsOnTheGo.com

Billing themselves as "your source for hip strollers, on the go gear and gifts," this site does video reviews similar to BabyGizmo.com. Website owner Ellie Venafro reviews the EasyWalker Duo by demonstrating its versatility, but does not compare it to other strollers. She also mentions drawbacks almost as an afterthought, even though they are just as much a part of the decision-making process as the positive features.

Review: Easywalker Duo Stroller Review the Perfect Twin Stroller, Ellie Venafro, Aug. 2009

2. Celebrity Baby Blog

This site reviews strollers popular with celebrities. Heidi Klum, Christian Bale and Claudia Schiffer all apparently own an EasyWalker Duo. The strollers are not compared to other strollers, and there is no mention of testing methods. Reviewer Nancy Horn loves the versatility of the Duo and the variety of independent seat adjustments. Not so well reviewed is the stroller's weight and the fact that it accepts only one brand of car seat.

Review: Review: EasyWalker's Duo Stroller, Nancy Horn, Aug. 2010

3. ParentDish.com

The EasyWalker Duo is reviewed but not compared to other car seats, except to say it's worth the price because it's one of a very few strollers that takes two infant car seats -- which is simply not true: There are quite a few stroller models that also take two car seats at once. Erin Renzas likes the comfort features of the Duo, such as the adjustable handlebar, all-terrain tires and roomy seats, but decries the lack of a parent cupholder.

Review: Stroller Review: Easy Walker Duo, Erin Renzas, March 2010

4. GrowingYourBaby.com

A site that "keeps parents updated daily on the ever changing world of parenthood" offers reviews, among other information. "Kiersten" reviews the Easy Walker Duo. It's a very thorough review, but does not compare the Duo to other strollers.

Review: EasyWalker Duo Stroller, "Kiersten", July 2010

5. Amazon.com

The EasyWalker Duo earns an impressive 4.9 stars (out of a possible 5) in a handful of reviews. Owners like its versatility and maneuverability even on more challenging terrain, but say it's bulky and heavy when folded.

Review: EasyWalker DuoWalker Sky Base, Contributors to Amazon.com

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