Joovy Black Caboose Ultralight Stand-On Tandem Stroller Review

joovy-logoAs a Joovy Mom blogger I receive Joovy products from time to time to review for my readers! I received the Joovy Black Caboose Ultralight Stand-On Tandem Stroller.
joovycabooseSince I have two girls, this is perfect. My girls are 21 months and 4 years. Obviously the 4 year old is a bit old for a stroller, but sometimes we are out for awhile like at the zoo or the mall and she just wants to sit down. The Caboose Ultralight is PERFECT for that. She can even stand on the back too.
joovystroller1This stroller is really easy to push around with both girls on it, along with my bag too. Which is nice because a lot of double strollers are hard to push around once they’re loaded up, this one I had no problems with.

I pointed out some of the best features in my pic which I’ll explain below!
joovy2The front seat has a 3 position recline which is great for my little one, especially if she needs to take a nap. The harness is great and easy to use too, and it’s reflective. There’s also a removable front child tray or a universal car seat adapter that works with almost every infant car seat carrier. The seat on the back is great for kids 2.5 and older. There’s a place for them to sit or stand, which is really convenient for indecisive toddlers/preschoolers. This stroller accommodates children from 3 months to 45lbs!

There’s a nice oversized canopy that opens up to cover up both kiddos, I like that the canopy/hood is reflective too. This is great for our nightly walks. Underneath there’s a large storage basket and mesh side pockets for you to fit all of your “stuff.” I love that this stroller comes with a parent organizer up on the stroller bar too. There’s room to put a couple drinks, a cell phone, and even a zippered compartment for some cash or keys too.

The Joovy Caboose Ultralight comes equipped with a 4 wheel suspension for a smooth ride for the kiddos, in the front and the back. It also has linked rear brakes for security when you want the stroller parked or to not roll away.

The best part yet is the fold of the stroller, it folds super compact, which is SUPER important to me for a double stroller. It fits in the trunk of most compact cars. It only weighs 21lbs too, which is really light for a double stroller.

The Joovy Caboose Ultralight is available for purchase for $269.99 on Joovy’s website. You can also purchase and additional seat call the Caboose Too Rear Seat where your child can face forward in the back. There’s also a wide array of color options available for the Caboose Ultralight.

Disclosure: As a Joovy Mom Blogger, I receive Joovy products for review. I do not receive any compensation for my posts and all opinions are 100% my own. My opinions may differ from those of your own.

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