Parents mainly have good things to report about the budget-priced Graco DuoRider. They appreciate this double stroller's reasonable price, as well as its generous, accessible storage and ease of both folding and steering. Some say they would choose the Graco DuoRider over high-end brands like Peg-Perego and Maclaren. However, there are some complaints about wheels wearing down after extended use, and some owners say the Graco DuoRider double stroller doesn't offer the smoothest possible ride. In addition, many parents don't like side-by-side strollers such as the Graco DuoRider as much as tandem strollers like the Graco DuoGlider (*est. $145).
We didn't find many reviews for the Graco DuoRider side-by-side double stroller. The most detailed review can be found at Baby-Gaga.com, where ratings are based on hands-on product evaluations plus parent interviews. Consumer Reports hasn't covered the Graco DuoRider double stroller, but we did find some owner-written reviews at Epinions and Amazon.com.
This website is nicely organized and contains detailed reviews of dozens of strollers, including the Graco DuoRider. Strollers are rated in nearly a dozen performance areas, then given an overall grade. Reviews are based on parent interviews plus hands-on product evaluations.
Review: Graco DuoRider Review, Editors of (and contributors to) Baby-Gaga.com
Close to a dozen parents offer feedback on the Graco DuoRider, giving it mainly mixed reviews. Owners like the DuoRider for its large storage, easy fold, washable fabric and easy turning ability. However, some parents find that the inexpensive wheels make for a bumpy ride, and several report that this stroller's side-by-side frame can be difficult to maneuver through doorways.
Review: Graco DuoRider Reviews, Contributors to Epinions
There are only a couple of reviews here so far for the Graco DuoRider, making it a less useful source of information -- but perhaps more will be added.
Review: Graco DuoRider Reviews, Contributors to Amazon.com