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Baby Trend Snap-N-Go

Reviewed December 2012
Baby Trend Snap-N-Go
*Est. $80
Pros:
  • Easy to use
  • Includes cup holders and parent tray
Cons:
  • Straps get caught in hinges
  • Handle not adjustable
  • Many car seats don't "snap" in
  • Basket hard to access

Baby Trend Sit N Stand Double

Reviewed December 2012
Baby Trend Sit N Stand Double
*Est. $140
Pros:
  • Accommodates two car seats
  • Two reclining seats
  • Rear seat converts to standing platform
Cons:
  • Heavy and hard to push
  • Large when folded
  • Hard-to-access storage basket

Baby Trend Snap N Go Double

Reviewed January 2011
Baby Trend Snap N Go Double
*Est. $100
Pros:
  • Lightweight
  • Easy to use
  • Ideal for twins
  • Affordable
Cons:
  • Poor maneuverability
  • Children outgrow stroller quickly
  • Incompatible with some carriers

Baby Trend Sit N Stand LX

Reviewed January 2011
Baby Trend Sit N Stand LX
*Est. $125
Ultimate toddler freedom while carrying baby
Pros:
  • Inexpensive
  • Plentiful storage
  • Lightweight
Cons:
  • Large
  • Difficult to store
  • Limited seat recline
  • Difficult to maneuver

Baby Trend Stride Sport

Reviewed January 2011
Baby Trend Stride Sport
*Est. $130
An affordable, full-featured stroller that can accept a Baby Trend Car Seat
Pros:
  • Lightweight
  • Affordable
  • Attractive
Cons:
  • Hard to steer
  • Can be difficult to fold and unfold
  • Bulky when folded
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