As a mom of 3, you could say that I’ve had my fair share of strollers – travel systems, single strollers, umbrella strollers, tandem strollers, and now I’m adding to my experience a side-by-side double stroller. But not any double stroller. Oh, no. The KUKI Twin Stroller!
~I received a KUKI Twin Stroller to help facilitate this post. As always, opinions are still 100% my own.~
I’ve never been a fan of side-by-side double strollers because they’re just so bulky and seem like they’d be too much trouble. So when Baby Monsters reached out and wanted me to give the KUKI Twin Stroller a go, I was a bit skeptical. I had these preconceived notions about side-by-side’s, but in the end figured it wouldn’t hurt to at least give it a try.
I. Am. So. Glad. I. Did.
The KUKI Twin Stroller by Baby Monsters is not your typical double stroller and it was apparent from the get-go. When the box arrived, it was so small! At least as far as stroller boxes go. I thought there was no way a double stroller could fit in it. Then I opened it up and discovered the stroller was actually in an even smaller box!
With a few snaps here and there, I attached the wheels and canopies. Once assembled, I was in awe. In what world is a double stroller just slightly wider, and I mean slightly wider, than a single stroller? It really blows my mind.
We went shopping at our local outlet stores over the weekend and I had no problem at all fitting through a single door. Can your double stroller do that? It was funny because other shoppers were being so nice and opening up the second door so I could get in/out of the stores, but I didn’t need them to. And for all of you Disney-goers, the KUKI Twin is well within the new stroller size regulations.
KUKI Twin Features:
- Can be used up to about 33 pounds.
- Folds in seconds, ultra-compact, and can be carried in a Transport Bag backpack.
- When folded, it fits in the overhead compartment on an airplane.
- Smaller exterior footprint fits easily through doors and elevators.
- Both seats feature an adjustable backrest with 170 degree recline.
- 5-point padded harness.
- Adjustable foot rests.
- SPF 50 sunshade canopies.
- Front wheels can be fixed or pivoted 360 degrees.
- All wheels are anti-puncture EVA.
- Storage under the seats.
- Washable surface.
- Optional rain cover.
The KUKI Twin really speaks for itself. Check it out!
Hands down, my favorite features are the slim size and ease of opening/collapsing. I mean, there’s no doubt the size of the KUKI Twin is the most notable thing about it. Even when it comes to trunk space, it takes up no more space than a single stroller would. In fact, my tandem stroller takes up the whole trunk, but look at how much space I still have with the KUKI Twin.
And one thing I didn’t show in the video, simply because it wasn’t raining, is the optional rain cover. Here in Florida, it’s not unusual to have an unexpected rain shower. Sometimes they last 5 minutes and sometimes they last all afternoon, but equipped with the KUKI Twin rain cover, my littles will be safe and dry. The rain cover protects everything from the sunshades, right down to the foot rests, with Velcro straps all around to secure it in place. Gusts of rain and wind have nothing on the KUKI Twin.
The only thing missing? A cup holder, because mama needs her coffee!
If the KUKI Twin looks like a must-have for your family, head over to Pish Posh Baby (retails for $500) and pick your color! I may be a little biased, but the heather grey is gorgeous. Just saying…
But on the real, if you have twins, 2 small kids close in age, expecting your second, or maybe even planning on a second in the coming year, the KUKI Twin would be an amazing stroller to own. Don’t waste your money on anything else. I just attended a baby expo about 2 weeks ago, that had over 200 baby brands present, and I didn’t see a single double stroller that even comes close to comparing. The KUKI Twin has really made my life so much easier (have to wrangle my wild bunch somehow) and I know it will make yours easier too.
What’s your favorite feature of the new KUKI Twin Stroller?