phil&teds Promenade Twin Stroller Review

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**I was not compensated to write this post. Although I was sent this stroller to review, all opinions expressed are always my own…as per usual.**

Sooooooo, I’m kind of abnormally excited to tell you all about this new phil&teds Promenade Twin Stroller I got. It has so many fun bells and whistles that I kept discovering, plus the design of it was meant to keep babies and parents happy. I’ve been using mine consistently for about 2 weeks now and let me tell you–it is awesome!

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The very first thing that drew me to this stroller were all the riding options for the littles. The Promenade Stroller has over 55 ways you can push 1 or 2 babies around in style. Mine are a bit limited because I only have one seat {because duh! I only have one baby}, but seriously click through to see all the ways. Also:

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This seat reclines.

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And keeps reclining until…….

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tada! The seat turns into a bassinet! How brilliant is that? And, if you happen to have two babies, this stroller can accommodate two seats or two bassinets or one of each! It’s perfect.

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You can also turn the seat around to face outward which is really convenient come nap time at the mall. I don’t know about your kid, but if Blake sees me when he’s cranky, he won’t want to be anywhere but in my arms. So, if I turn him around, out of site out of mind and he’s out like a light. Then I recline the seat and keep shopping. It’s seriously the best.

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Something I also appreciated was this little zippable air vent situation.

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This shade not only covers your little one, but gives them lots of access still to fresh air. And looks zipped or unzipped.

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There’s also a peek-a-boo window too which I avoid like the plague because my son is starting to get into that clingy phase. #awesome

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That bar across the front is also easily removed if you don’t like it or need to take it off for one reason or another.

Some other features I love:

  • The huge, easy accesable basket in the bottom
  • The Freerider stroller board for Brooke that I’m going to order {it’s like a scooter that attaches to the stroller so she can just hold on and enjoy the ride}
  • The adjustable handle. I can make it shorter for me or longer for my husband depending on who’s pushing
  • adjustable foot rest for baby
  • The thick tires that don’t have air! They are super durable.
  • soft comfy seat for your baby
  • really good brakes
  • folds and unfolds easily

If you’re in the market for any kind of stroller, I’d highly highly recommend this phil&teds Promenade Stroller. It’s a smart design that you will fall in love with too!

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  1. KIM A

    http://www.cpsc.gov/en/Recalls/2014/philandteds-Recalls-Infant-Car-Seat-Adaptors-for-Strollers/

    I don’t know if you are aware of this or even use these pieces, but there is a recall related to philandteds strollers

    Just an FYI

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