Dash Stroller with Doubles Kit

Phil & Teds
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Dash Stroller with Doubles Kit

$779
$475 Gilt
Color:
black
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Delivery Charge: $19.99
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Return Policy: This item is returnable. We hope your loved ones (or you) love it! But if not, don't stress: send it back by Jan. 15 — or within 21 days of shipment — for cash refund minus return shipping.
Description
Designer
  • 2011 Dash Stroller, Doubles Kit, Storm Cover, Sun Cover & Cupholder

  • By adding the Doubles kit a parent turns their single stroller into an in-line double stroller

  • The benefit to an "in-line" stroller is that the consumer gets a double stroller in the foot print of a single, thus making it much easier to maneuver vs. other strollers. Additionally, the stroller can later convert back to a stroller for one child
  • Sun Cover: Blocks out 81% of harmful UV rays and protect against insects
  • Storm Cover: Keeps out the rain -Specially fitted to allow max air flow and breath-ability
  • Transparent and durable plastic allows kids to see out while staying dry

SPECS:

  • Infant Seat Adapter Available
  • Forward Facing
  • Seat Recline
  • Max Weight Capacity: 55 lbs. single, 88 lb. double
  • Tires: Air Filled
  • Wheel Dimension: 12"
  • Folded: 30" x 20" x 9" (no wheels)
  • Stroller Weight: 23 lbs

Material: Rip Stop Nylon

Brand: Phil & Teds

Jack Black, Naomi Watts, and Gwyneth Paltrow all entrust their kids to Phil & Teds strollers. The fact that they’re glamorous celebrities means that these durable prams pass the style test. But safety never takes a backseat: Just ask the Oregon woman who watched as a truck veered out of control and hit her 20-month-old’s stroller—with no injuries. And the ultra-adaptable design fits two kids in no more space than your typical single stroller.