You have to purchase an adapter bar so that you can attach the baby's car seat to the stroller in order to make it baby proof. The attachment also doubles as a cup holder for my toddler on the other side, and when my baby is ready to sit up right, it turns into a double cup holder.
The stroller looks really big, but it will fit through any standard door and wheels around very easily. My cousin had a jogging stroller that I borrowed one day to take to Disneyland. It had two wheels in the front and those wheels would lock up every hour or so and the stroller would not budge. I thought about how dangerous that would be if you were jogging on the road and that happened. So I decided after that trip to Disneyland that when I get my own double stroller, it would only have one wheel in the front.
Another thing I'd like to mention is the fold-up. You have to have an SUV or mini-van to fit this sucker in the trunk. That is unless you have a huge trunk. The first time my husband tried to fold it up, he didn't realize how to fold it in half, so he told me it couldn't fit. Then he went online and studied the fold-up process and got it. So that part isn't really intuitive, but it will fit, so don't let your husband tell you it won't.
If you are interested in purchasing a BOB Stroller, they are available at Joggermom, one of Bookieboo's sponsors. Joggermom is having a sale until February 8th, so get over there!
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