Things to Note
It’s important to note that this double stroller travel system is not suitable for infants. However, if you choose to use them with infants, you could purchase a third-party body cuddler to help support the infant’s head.
- Assembled Dimensions – H: 66 in, W: 28 in, D: 57 in
- Product weight – 40 lbs
- Shipping weight – 77.5 lbs
Angeles whoppingly guarantees 3 years for their strollers. They’re committed to bringing everyone the highest quality of products. However, the manufacturer warranties may not apply in all cases. These would depend on the use of products, where it was purchased, or who you purchased it from. In any case, you can reach out to their experienced customer service department.
About the Brand
Angeles is a member of Children’s Factory’s family of brands. As a result of this, they have made it a mission is to provide the finest early childhood classroom furnishings. For almost 50 years, they have continued to remain as one of the most trusted brands in designing and manufacturing children’s gear, furniture, toys, and etc.
1/Q. Can you use an infant cars eat with this quadruple stroller?
A. It would depend on the size of the car seats. Some car seats would fit into the back seats.
2/Q. Are the tires pneumatic?
A. All the tires are made of high-quality plastic.
3/Q. Do the front seats recline?
A. Unfortunately, the front seats do not recline.
4/Q. Does this come with a quadruple stroller cover for outdoor storage?
A. No, it doesn’t.
5/Q. Does this fit in the back of a minivan?
A. It will fit in the back of a minivan but it will take most of the space.
6/Q. Are the front bars detachable?
A. Yes, they are.
7/Q. What is the weight limit for each child per seat?
A. The limit for each seat is 40 lbs or 18.1 kg.
In conclusion, you can never go wrong with this quadruple stroller travel system from Angeles. It gives you the most value for your money while remaining to be a reliable piece of equipment. Moreover, it’s also very easy to clean and use. It’s truly an overall great find.
Last updated: 12/2019