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Premium urban inline stroller with reversible and convertible flat bed seats... and ultimate style. 8 in 1 adaptability for the 8 modes you really need.
"I LOVE it! This is SO user friendly & great to push! We have definitely had people checking it out! Looks fabulous! Thanks Phil&Teds!" - Delia, promenade owner
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Adapt to take 2 inline with the
promenade double kit
. From newborn baby to two toddlers: one buggy, loads of years
Slimline & lightweight: (64cm/25" wide x 13kg/28lbs as single or 16kg/35lbs as double)
It's HOT! because:
Written by: ESmith
23/08/2015 4:44 am
I got my stroller a few weeks ago in preparation for twins after i have had two singles. I had a bugaboo up to now. But need seats for two. After an extensive look and comparison to many stores it came down to the everyday use. I LOVE the fact these seats turn into bassinets so kids sleep flat, also amazing for changing babies and keeping clean and private. My son (3.5 yrs) loves the bottom area as a tent and plays with all his cars in the bottom and likes the extra room at feet. He gets in and out no problem. Love the sun shade extension. AND the boogy board fits on the back from my bugaboo so i didn't need a new one and he likes to use that if he doesn't want to sit ... plus due to the bar extension i have lots of room to walk without kicking it. Since i have all the weight on the back of the wheels i can easily move over curb sides. One down side is the storage but after having 2 kids i don't bring lots of things with me anymore. I also have the adaptors for car seats once i have the twins and feel its an easy fit for the system using the Peg perego 30 SIP seats. with 4 kids in tow i use a back pack and hang it from the mommy hook so that is my storage. The strollers easy to push and turn, rolls over sand well too as we brought it to the beach. Overall i'm surprised with the easy access and use of it so far. I got this one over the City Select because its more compact, and over the Vista because i want two car seats. Happy mommy here!
Written by: Leuteneggerale
09/08/2015 5:35 am
Very good and amazing, I like so much, and recommend
Written by: Miegelette
16/03/2015 10:36 pm
I've had my promenade for 6 months now, used it in every single position, and can honestly say I don't have a single bad word to say about it! My favorite parts would have to be that it goes from bassinet to seat with a few clicks, and the telescopic handle. So much better than the ones that are stationary! I love that I can eventually add a second seat to it as well. The perfect pram!
Written by: Foxy wild
30/10/2013 5:47 pm
After finding out I was expecting twins and having had experience of using doubles being a childminder. I did lots of research into finding the right double buggy for my new arrivals. I settled on the promenade and have never been disappointed with it. It is an amazing piece of equipment if you have twins compared to other doubles on the market.
It looks really cool & we get lots of lovely comments when out, it's so easy to push, assemble & convert.
What more could you ask for. Thanks phil&ted
Written by: Giono
16/09/2013 5:02 pm
Several years ago I saw a woman jogging with a Phil&Teds Sport sorelltr with doubles kit. Never having seen anything like it, I knew I wanted that sorelltr when I started my family. So while pregnant with my 1st child, I ordered the Phil&Teds Sport. I loved it mostly, but had a few complaints. Several months ago I realized that Phil&Teds had just come out with a new sorelltr that fixed all the complaints I had with the Sport. I promptly sold my Sport and purchased the Explorer and have been thrilled with my sorelltr ever since. Here are the things I love about the sorelltr:- it's a jogger sorelltr just in case you might ever want to run with it (front wheel can swivel or lock)- it has substantial wheels that will easily roll over any terrain (and glides like air on smooth surfaces)- it has a second seat that can be added when you have a second kid******* (prob the best feature!!!!- you won't have to buy a new sorelltr when you have your 2nd kid!!)- even with the second seat on, the sorelltr is only the size of a single sorelltr, so you're not this massive moving thing trying to get through a store or park.- it folds (easily!) almost flat & locks (some don't lock, so they're floppy, making it hard to get in and out of a car)- the handle moves so that whoever is pushing can put the handle where it is most comfortable for them (this is especially good for tall people)- the seat is padded, removable, and washable- you can buy an adaptor that allows you to put a car seat on the sorelltr. The doubles kit can be used at the same time.- it has an awesome sun shade that follows the sun so you move the shade wherever you need it to block the sun. The 2nd seat also has its own sunshade.- it has a great basket underneath. This basket is where the 2nd kid's feet go though, so once you're using the sorelltr for two kids, you lose a lot of the basket storage, but to me its totally worth it to have a sorelltr that holds 2 kids but isn't massive. I solved that issue (lack of storage when used with 2 kids) by getting a diaper bag back pack.- the brake is very very easy to use (a huge improvement over the Sport)I honestly don't have a single complaint about the sorelltr. The only negative thing to be aware of is the lack of storage when used with two kids. But like I mentioned, this con is really just a trade off for having two kids fit in the space of a single sorelltr. It's just something to be prepared for.Finally- Phil&Teds customer service is fabulous! When I first received my new sorelltr, it came with a deformed wheel. I immediately called Phil&Teds about it. Since the sorelltr was still so new, they didn't have replacement parts yet, so they took a wheel off their demo sorelltr at their office and sent that straight to me. I was incredibly impressed.Every time I use my sorelltr, I think about how wonderful it is. Every time I see a mom struggling to push her massive double sorelltr through a store, I think about how awesome my sorelltr is. I can't tell you enough how wonderful it is. And how unique it is. It's worth every bit of its price tag!
Written by: Diego
17/06/2013 11:25 am
Talk about a versatile stroller!
We fell in love with Phil & Teds strollers years before even considering having kids... the build quality, design and sleek looks are just amazing.
Before purchasing the Promenade we bought the Smart+Peanut stroller, given that we live in NYC and DC we needed a stroller that didn't take up much space. Unfortunately after receiving the 'Smart' we ran into car seat compatibility issues.
After visiting a local store, we were introduced to the Promenade which was as sleek and easily maneuverable as the Smart and only about an inch wider. It is also compatible with more car seats on the market, just not Graco's SnugRide Click-Connect (we ended up going with the Maxi-Cosi Mico).
The video I made is just to show the many options and positions you can use, making it a truly all-in-one stroller.
-Easy to fold
-Materials made to last
-Lack of accessories from Phil & Teds
-No Peanut or Snug like bassinet available for the Promenade
-No 'fun' colors available for the seat liner, hood, etc, like other P&T's models (only available colors for the Promenade: red, black, grey, and light grey)
I think our doorman nailed it the other day when he described it as "the Rolls-Royce of strollers".
You won't regret getting it!
05/01/2015 9:46 am
Written by: Jaye
29/05/2013 4:53 pm
This pram/pushchair always surprises me with little smart things it has every time I think 'I wish it had this' it turns out it has it! Now my baby is 7 months he loves the pushchair and then when he naps the v easy conversion to the pram and the full hood makes him sleep comfortably. The height is also great compared to others as when we are out the handle slides in and my son sits upright in the chair playing at the table while we eat so he is involved. This is great when they are still to small for the high chair. The sun cover which is part of the hood really works and as my son gets bigger the hood removes completely. Everyone who has used this pram has found it v easy to put up/down and it's light but v sturdy. The only thing I wish it did have was a waterproof cover or a foot muff as the cocoon did not last long as my son is a long baby so it only lasted until he was 3months and he found it restricting. Overall, a brilliant pram/pushchair.
Written by: Delia
I have been waiting for the release of this buggy & within a day of it being instore in Wellington I took our one home. I LOVE it! This is SO user friendly & great to push! We have definitely had people checking it out! Looks fabulous! Thanks Phil&Teds!
Written by: Emily
Amazing pram, currently pregnant with my second and my son will be 14 months when i am due. It is extremely versatile enabling them to both lay down or sit up, it is very easy to convert. I tested several types of doubles and this is easily the best. It is a great size (not too long or too wide), very easy to manouvre and looks great, I've get plenty of compliments!
Written by: grethe mÃ¸ller
Looks fabulous. when can i bay this ? i want this =)
Written by: Sarah
We recently purchased the Phil and Teds Promenade stroller with the doubles kit as we have newborn twins. We have been incredible impressed with it, particularly as we wanted something that wasn't too wide to get through the aisles in the grocery store as well as something with a bassinet option. I use the stroller every day, the babies sleep or watch the world go by and look and feel very secure. It's quick to put up and fold away, although pretty bulky to travel with. It's simple and classic looking, but could do with a couple well thought out accessories (for example a sturdier cup holder - the current one is very flimsy and unsafe to put a hot drink in). On the whole, i'd highly recommend it and we look forward to using the seats in their upright positions in a few months time.
Written by: grethe møller
08/03/2015 6:07 pm
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