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Two for the ride


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Graco has developed a side-by-side double stroller where one plus one does not have to equal a really really wide two. The FastAction Fold Duo Click Connect Stroller (suitable for children up to 50 pounds each) has a compact, slim aluminum frame, designed to fit through external doorways, even with two infant car seats. It comes with two integrated car seat adaptors for quick installation of one or two Graco Click Connect infant car seats — such as the popular lightweight Snug-Ride Click Connect 35 Infant Car Seat. The stroller’s two padded multi-position seats (each with its own canopy with visor, pivoting removable child cup holder and deep storage basket), recline independently. One seat can face forward, the other backward. The stroller has lockable front-swivel wheels, convertible three- or five-point harnesses with harness covers, and that all-important parent’s tray with two beverage holders. Fully extended, the stroller measures 41 inches high, by 31 inches wide by 32 inches deep, and weighs 33 pounds. The handy quick-fold mechanism collapses it to about 15 inches high with the wheels still on. The stroller is a mix of grey/charcoal/black fabric with gender-neutral sea blue (called Tidalwave) accents.

Graco FastAction Fold Duo Click Connect Stroller is about $280; SnugRide Click Connect 35 Infant car seat, about $150. Info at

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