The major concern of Zooper Tango owners is this stroller's 30-pound weight, which is on the heavy side. Parents do like that the Tango Twin has a single horizontal handlebar, which some say is easier to push than umbrella-style strollers with two handles. The side-by-side fully-reclining seats are comfortable, according to parents, and they report no problems navigating the stroller through doorways. Some parents say the Zooper Tango steers better than most double strollers.
The Zooper Tango side-by-side double stroller hasn't attracted a lot of attention from reviewers, but we did find some comments from owners of this model on Epinions and BabyBargains.com. Compared to the Tango Twin, the Inglesina Twin Swift (*est. $250) gets more reviews, and is one of the best-reviewed models in our full report on double strollers. Consumer Reports hasn't evaluated the Zooper Tango.
A handful of reviews on this site give the Zooper Tango Twin above-average scores overall. The best features, according to parents, are the included accessories, smooth ride, comfortable seats, single handlebar and attractive style. Parents are less enthused about this stroller's bulk (when folded) and its heavy, 30-pound weight.
Review: Zooper Tango Twin Reviews, Contributors to Epinions
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A couple of reviews of the Zooper Tango Twin on this site list pros and cons, as well as a few comparisons to competing twin strollers from Combi and Peg-Perego. However, there aren't a lot of comments here for this stroller compared to other double strollers.
Review: Zooper Tango Twin Reviews, Contributors to BabyBargains.com
This website sells strollers, and the short evaluation here for the Zooper Tango is entirely positive. The reviewer admires the Zooper Tango's aluminum frame, although parents posting on other sites say it's heavy and bulky.
Review: Zooper Tango, Editors of StrollerDepot.com