BOB Revolution FLEX Duallie 3.0 & 2.0 – Stroller Review & Comparison (2019)

“I can’t lose weight, with my babies I don’t have time for exercising” – we all use this excuse! For many moms it is difficult to get back into shape when they have one kid, with two or more children it may even seem impossible. However, there is an awesome and fun way to lose weight after pregnancy and stay active with babies – jogging with a stroller! Here I present you one of the best joggers that can help you get your body back – BOB Revolution FLEX Duallie. 

BOB Revolution FLEX 3.0 Duallie review and comparison with FLEX 2.0 Duallie

Currently there are two models of FLEX Duallie: 3.0 and 2.0. The 2019 BOB Revolution FLEX 3.0 Duallie is an upgraded version of the 2016 FLEX 2.0 Duallie. True to BOB’s tradition, this new release came to solve some of the issues that were plaguing the previous model – something that it does gracefully!

This is a heavy-duty stroller that targets parents who are serious into running. It brings a ton of features that most moms want to see in a jogging stroller from a rock-solid frame, to a rugged 3-wheel design for unusual all-terrain adventures.

The general consensus is that double jogging strollers are overly bulky and a pain in the neck when you’re pushing them with two kids, especially on harsh terrain. While this is true with some strollers, expect to push and steer this beast with ease!

StrollerInfoVerdict

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Type: Double Jogging Stroller

Weight: 33.1 lbs

Capacity: 50 lbs per seat
LittleBabyGear Verdict:

Upgraded stroller with new, modern look - for sporty parents who love outdoor excursions. Best choice for snow, sand and wooded trails!

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Type: Double Jogging Stroller

Weight: 33.1 lbs

Capacity: 50 lbs per seat
LittleBabyGear Verdict:

Perfect choice for parents who want to stay active with their kids or those who plan on losing some weight. Durable and high-quality stroller, but with a bit outdated look.

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BOB Revolution FLEX 3.0 Duallie Stroller Review – Features

BOB strollers are very similar to each other and no matter which one you choose it is very unlikely you will be disappointed. But of course they have little differences and features that could fit you less or more. BOB Revolution FLEX 3.0 Duallie Stroller has lots of awesome features for your and your passengers’ comfort and safety. This double jogger will definitely satisfy active parents and those who are trying to get back into shape.

Seats

BOB Revolution FLEX 3.0 vs 2.0 - Canopies & Padding
Both strollers offer two seats located side by side, each seat can accommodate a child up to 50 pounds. The major difference here is padding – FLEX 3.0 Duallie has more cushy seats (“compression seats”)

Similar to its predecessor, the BOB Revolution FLEX 3.0 Duallie features a side-by-side sitting configuration. It sits the riders side by side as opposed to one behind the other, as you’ll find on tandem strollers. The main benefit here is that the stroller operates much more like a single stroller, only that it is a little bit wider.

Actually, I also feel that double side-by-side strollers are much easier to navigate and go over curbs thanks to their weight distribution.

Each of these seats has an interior width of 12.5 inches – the exact width of the Duallie 2.0 seats. There was a noteworthy change in the padding. The Duallie 2.0 was already ultra-padded and I haven’t found any complaints about it, however the Duallie 3.0 has new compression padding which is even deeper. Now it provides children with more comfort which is noticeable especially when you go over rough terrain.

The seats also feature water-resistant fabric material that makes cleaning super-easy. Stroller seats wind up getting all sorts of messes from mushed-up banana and grass stains. So, knowing that all you’ll need is soapy, lukewarm water to get it shining again makes a lot of sense.

BOB Revolution FLEX 3.0 Duallie - Padding
FLEX 3.0 Duallie offers deeper, more comfortable padding on the seats, which is crucial when you’re running on harsh and bumpy terrain. I only wish this small gap between the seat and the leg rest were padded – it’s still quite a rough piece of fabric

One thing that I like about these seats is that they are operated independently. For instance, each of the seats can be reclined and tilted back individually to suit the rider’s comfort needs. This will be a boon if you have two kiddos at different age and one of the kids wants to take a quick nap on the go while the other wants to stay actively involved in the jog.

Speaking of recline, the seatback adjusts down to 70 degrees from vertical. Seats cannot be fully reclined which is good, because it would be not safe to run or hike with your little passengers sleeping flat. However, thanks to this recline mechanism you can set the seat back at any position (infinite recline).

Reclining the seat is breezy and requires one hand. You only need to squeeze and pull a buckle on the strap on the back of the seat. This mechanism was improved back in 2016 and since then it works the same both on FLEX Duallie 2.0 and 3.0.

BOB Revolution FLEX Duallie Stroller Recline Seat
To recline the seat you need to use a buckle with two strap on the back of it – both FLEX Duallie 3.0 and 2.0 have the same mechanism

What’s really important is that FLEX Duallie allows the child to sit almost completely upright when the seat is not reclined. It’s a very rare feature, and I’m glad this stroller offers it – if you have curious toddlers who like to observe everything around and get fussy in reclined seats, having upright seats will be a game-changer.

I like the large and nicely padded leg rest that these 2 seats come with. They also have quite a large footrest to match. Unfortunately, the FLEX Duallie 3.0 doesn’t come with an adjustable leg rest, the previous model didn’t have it either.

BOB Revolution FLEX Duallie has infinite recline
BOB Revolution FLEX Duallie 3.0 and 2.0 have infinite recline (you can stop it at any angle), however it’s not fully flat. These strollers are not newborn-ready and can be used from 8 week only with the infant car seat – but only for walking. The main seat can be used when the child can sit unassisted and has good neck and head control

The seats on this jogging stroller have a weight capacity rating of 50 lbs and feature a 5-point harness. The manufacturer says that you can use the stroller with your baby as soon as he/she is 8 weeks old as long as you have an infant car seat adapter.

Otherwise, it’s vital that you wait till the baby has strong neck muscles and excellent head control before putting him directly on the stroller seat.

Lastly, there is one thing I really didn’t like: a strap between seat bottom and leg rest because it is made of rougher fabric than the seat or leg rest itself and it could potentially cause discomfort for babies because it can rub on their sensitive skin. Of course I’m not sure this will definitely happen, but if you consider this model you should be aware of that.

BOB Revolution FLEX Duallie – Infant Car Seat Compatibility

BOB Revolution FLEX Duallie Stroller can accommodate one infant car seat
In this picture you can see BOB Revolution FLEX 2.0 Duallie Stroller with one infant car seat. The newer model – 3.0 – uses the same adapters and accommodates one infant car seat as well

Similar to the Duallie 2.0, the new BOB Revolution FLEX 3.0 double stroller also allows you to convert it into a travel system by attaching an infant car seat. But keep in mind that most side-to-side strollers, including this model, only accommodate one car seat.

This means that if you have (or are expecting) twins, you’ll need to wait till they can use the stroller seat without the need for a car seat. The convenience of attaching one car seat will benefit parents with a toddler/preschooler and an infant the most.

On this note, this stroller is compatible with Chicco, Britax/BOB, Graco, and Peg Perego car seat brands. Keep in mind that you’ll need to purchase the car seat adapter separately. Expect to part with $65-$90 depending on the car seat brand.

Age recommendation

According to the manufacturer BOB FLEX is suitable from 8 weeks. However, even with a comfortable infant car seat, I always recommend against jogging with infants this young as their neck muscles aren’t strong enough to support the head firmly amidst all the jolts and bounces. You can use the stroller for walks then.

In my opinion you should only jog with a stroller when your children can sit unassisted and hold their head up (around 6-8 months). Parents should run only with children who have developed neck and head control. I think it is more safe that way.

Of course you can do whatever you want, this is only my opinion. 🙂 Remember to consult with your pediatrician whether your baby is ready for this activity.

Canopies

The canopy has always been one of my favorite features with BOB jogging strollers. The FLEX 2.0 Duallie had two massive canopies that offered unbeatable coverage from the sun and elements to the young riders.

The BOB Revolution FLEX 3.0 uses similar shades only that they are a little bit larger now. This newer model now boasts canopies that cover the babies up to their knees (when the canopies are fully open). I imagine this will offer an incredible amount of coverage, especially when the sunbeams seem to come right at you from the front.

Each canopy offers 2 large panels. When the weather allows, you can fold the canopy fully for maximum sight-seeing. When the sun is directly overhead, you can open the canopy with one panel only. This way it blocks the sun without obstructing the riders’ view at the front.

BOB Revolution FLEX Duallie 3.0 vs 2.0 - Canopies
Here you can compare the canopies on FLEX 3.0 Duallie and FLEX 2.0 Duallie – their size is very similar and they both provide good protection from the elements. However, FLEX 3.0 Duallie in all color versions have reflective straps on canopies

You can also pull down the second panel, and fully extend the canopy. It goes almost all the way to the knees for maximum protection and privacy. This will be more useful when the passenger is having a nap though, as it tends to block the view, especially when the child is sitting upright.

Even when the canopy is fully extended, it’s very unlikely that there will be heat buildup inside considering the overhead space available. Even better, each seat has a vented top that offers an excellent airflow when the seat is fully reclined. When it gets overly windy, this mesh can be easily closed with a cover.

As with most strollers from this manufacturer, the canopies are made of UPF 50+ material. Besides minimizing your baby’s exposure to harmful ultraviolet rays by over 98%, this material is water-resistant too. You’ll find this very helpful in case the rain starts falling while you are jogging. It won’t replace your stroller rain shield, but at least it will keep the water from penetrating before you successfully install the cover.

Each canopy has a peek-a-boo window on top that offers you a quick-second view of the baby while you are strolling. A departure from the previous stroller that uses a Velcro closure, the new FLEX 3.0 Duallie uses a magnetic closure. This not only makes stealing glances on the baby fast, but it also means that you can forget about that annoying sound that Velcro makes when it’s ripped apart.

BOB Revolution FLEX Duallie 3.0 vs 2.0 - Peek-a-boo windows
This is a huge improvement – FLEX 3.0 Duallie has silent closure for the peek-a-boo windows. Finally the brand replaced that noisy Velcro with magnets

The viewing window is positioned at the top of the canopy so that you can spy on your little one regardless of how far is the canopy extended. When in the recline position, the mesh at the back of the seat also offers another way of checking on your riders.

Handlebar

Similar to the previous version, I like that the FLEX Duallie 3.0 has an adjustable handlebar. Unfortunately, this stroller still uses the rotating height adjustment mechanism that the Duallie 2.0 uses. While it still fulfills its purpose, I feel that a telescoping handle makes things much easier for me. This is a personal opinion, though, and I would never use it to shoot down the BOB Revolution 3.0.

The new stroller brought a slight change in the lower and upper height limits. While the FLEX 2.0 Duallie adjusted from 33.5″ up to 50.5″, the latest release now moves from 34.5″ up to 48″. The difference is minuscule, and I highly doubt that it will negatively affect the overall comfort in any way.

This handlebar offers 9 settings across the height range, so it should be straightforward for petite as well as tall parents to find a comfortable position. The handlebar also boasts nice padding not mainly for aesthetics, but also to shield your arms from vibrations.

Wheels

BOB Revolution FLEX 3.0 Duallie - Lock & Swivel Front Wheel
FLEX 3.0 Duallie, similar to the previous model (2.0) has large wheels with air-filled tires. For greater stability on bumpy terrain you can lock the front wheel, but for the better maneuverability on flat terrain and in narrow places you should leave it swiveling

The type and size of wheels are undeniably the most important considerations when it comes to choosing a jogging stroller. BOB FLEX Duallie 3.0 and 2.0 have wheels made of high impact polymer. These wheels set BOB apart from much of the competition.

But first things first. This stroller has a 3-wheel design with 2 larger wheels at the back measuring 16″ and a slightly smaller one at the front measuring 12.5″. This wheel configuration makes the stroller easy to maneuver even with one hand.

You can set the front wheel in two positions. Swiveling wheel makes the stroller more maneuverable and very easy to navigate. This option is the best for smoother but crowded or narrow surfaces. You can also lock forward the front wheel to increase the stability. It is the best for jogging or walking on rough surfaces like bumpy unbeaten terrain.

The wheels are really awesome and they won’t let you down on the sand, mud or snow. I’ve read in other parents reviews that some of them have taken it even to the sandy beaches and it hasn’t gotten stuck!

I should mention that the tires are pneumatic (air-filled) too. The benefits here are obvious. Compared to foam-filled tires, these are going to offer a smoother ride with fewer shakes and bumps. They will also provide incredible traction when jogging over loose, uneven surfaces besides acting as shock absorbers.

BOB proves that even double side-by-side stroller can be easy to push and very maneuverable. This model operates easily even on dirt or wooded trails and easily takes even tight corners!

BOB Revolution FLEX Duallie Stroller Swivel Front Wheel
Pivoting and lockable front wheel

Modern suspension system

The Revolution FLEX Duallie 3.0 uses BOB’s patented 2-position suspension system. This is the same bike-like shock absorption system that BOB has been using for its jogging strollers for quite some time now. Hands down, this is one of the best features that I found with the previous model, and it’s good news that the newer model was fitted with it too.

This is a unique suspension system with a release button that allows you to adjust its position depending on the riders’ weight. As such, the stroller literally grows with the kids ensuring that they get smoother rides throughout their stroller age.

BOB Flex Duallie has state-of-the-art adjustable suspension system
BOB Flex Duallie 3.0 has adjustable suspension system, the same that FLEX Duallie 2.0 had

Thanks to it your baby won’t get bumped around, even during riding on harsh terrain. With this stroller you can go over cracked sidewalks, cobbled streets, dirt and unbeaten roads, wooded trails and gravel, literally any type of terrain.

Moreover, thanks to so smooth and cushioned ride your children are protected from spinal diseases.

Safety features – Parking Brake & Wrist Strap

This stroller uses the same foot-operated brake that most BOB models use. The brake is actuated using a flip-flop-friendly pedal. Besides eliminating the need of ever bending over to unlock the wheels, the best part about this brake pedal is that you can engage and disengage it using any type of shoe. There is virtually no risk of hurting the top of your foot when deactivating the brakes, as it’s usually the case with other strollers.

I should mention that this stroller’s brake system is mainly for parking, for instance, when you stop to catch a breath or have a drink while jogging. It prevents the stroller from rolling off your hand when parked as opposed to slowing down when running downhill.

BOB FLEX Duallie 3.0 vs 2.0 - Parking Brake
FLEX 3.0 and 2.0 Duallie have the same foot-operated parking brake – it’s easy to set and release even in peep-toe shoes

If you plan to be jogging in a hilly area, I would recommend getting a stroller with additional hand-operated brake system. This offers you more control over the speed of the stroller, thereby making it much safer for you and the baby. BOB has another highly recommendable double stroller for this purpose – the Revolution Pro Duallie. This model boasts a hand-operated, rear drum brake that gives you total control of the stroller when running downhill.

The FLEX 3.0 Duallie also has another safety feature on its handlebar – a wrist strap. Having this strap around your wrist when jogging restricts you from getting your hands off the handlebar, which could easily lead to accidents. The strap also has a lock that you’ll be using to lock the stroller when it’s folded (unfortunately it doesn’t have automatic lock).

There is one for safety feature – a wrist strap. Thanks to this safety strap you can be sure that the stroller and your little passengers won’t run away from you. The strap has also a lock which you need to use to keep the stroller in closed position. The wrist strap is attached to the handlebar.

Storage space

If you are anything like me and tend to pack the whole house when strolling with 2 kids, then you probably know the importance of having lots of storage space on a stroller. This is one of the reasons why I love BOB strollers, by the way.

The Revolution FLEX 2.0 Duallie had 2 interior seat pockets and a large seatback pocket on each seat, and a huge cargo basket underneath both seats. The Duallie 3.0 now brings more space and features a total of 10 storage pockets: 4 pockets inside the seats (2 for each seat), 2 zippered pockets on the flap on the back of the stroller and 4 mesh pockets on the backrest (2 for each seat). The rear mesh pockets are now different – FLEX 2.0 had 2 large ones, while FLEX 3.0 has 4 smaller ones. The pockets on the back offer a lot of space for personal items, including keys, wallet, cell phones, and even a bottle of water.

BOB Revolution FLEX Duallie 3.0 vs 2.0 - Storage space
Here you can compare the storage space that both strollers offer. The newer model has more pockets and the basket has been improved too – there is no gap in the front between the basket and the leg rest, so it holds your stuff more securely (the capacity is the same though)

What’s important – the basket is easy to access from the back and each sides, even when the seats are fully reclined. When I was going for a jog with Haley I always packed a half of the house, in case we would need ANYTHING or EVERYTHING. And now when we run with our three kids I pack literally the whole house so I really know how important it is to have a spacious basket. 🙂

One minor issue that I found here was that the new mesh pocket sewn at the back was a little bit hard to access with the seat reclined. Again, I’ve never understood why BOB jogging strollers don’t come with a parent tray or organizer as a standard.  Reaching for a bottle of water to the back pocket can be difficult and not very safe because you can easily trip up.

If you want a cup holder you will need to purchase a handlebar parent console which is has two cup holders. Fortunately they are placed in a safe distance from your precious cargo. If you have more flexible budget, go for it.

BOB FLEX 3.0 vs 2.0 Duallie - Storage pockets
FLEX 3.0 Duallie has 2 additional zippered pockets on the flap behind the canopies. There are also 4 smaller mesh pouches on the back of the seats, instead of 2 larger ones that FLEX 2.0 Duallie has

Weight, Size & Folding

One of the major complaints that you’ll come across in most reviews is that this stroller is bulky. Honestly, this is very normal for a double stroller, especially a heavy-duty model that is made purposely for jogging with 2 passengers on board and with all their necessary stuff.

The frame is made of durable, strong material. BOB Revolution Flex double stroller weighs 33.1 lbs. It is a heavy duty stroller, it has to be strong to accommodate two passengers. Keep in mind, that it can hold up to 100 lbs and it’s suitable for older toddlers or even preschoolers! In my opinion, the stroller weight is adequate for what it offers.

Even with my petite size, I haven’t had any issues handling them, however lifting it to the car trunk requires some strength and may be a bit difficult at the beginning. I can’t deny that some parents may find it quite heavy, but you’ll get used to it. Nevertheless, after the twin delivery I would recommend you to ask someone to help you with carrying and lifting it.

The whole stroller is 30.5” wideAlthough it’s not tiny, you shouldn’t have problems fitting it through standard doorways and elevators. Something else that I like about this stroller is that the rear wheels are in line with the passengers’ seats. So, if the seats fit, it’s very like that the wheels will go through smoothly too.

BOB Revolution FLEX 3.0 Duallie - Fold
BOB Revolution FLEX 3.0 Duallie has the same fold dimensions as the FLEX 2.0 Duallie (30.5″ x 17.5″ x 40″)

Like every other BOB model (double and single), this one has also two-step folding which allows you to transport or storage the stroller in your car trunk.  As almost every jogger and double stroller this one also is quite big even when folded. Its folded dimensions are: 30.5” x 17.5” x 40”. BOB Revolution FLEX Duallie Stroller may be difficult to store in a small car trunk. It is definitely easier to fit it in a car trunk of SUV style hatchback, than trunk in a sedan (it may fit in lengthwise, but not in height).

There is also an option to remove the rear wheels if you need to save more space during transportation and storage. It is noteworthy that FLEX 3.0 Duallie is more compact when folded without wheels than the previous model – FLEX 2.0 Duallie (it’s about 4 inches flatter).

Probably you won’t mind folding and putting it to the car trunk when you want to jog in a wooded trails couple miles from your home few times a week, but I guess it would be annoying to take it in and out of your car 3 or 4 times a day, if you would like to go for a shopping or meet your best friend for lunch and run some errands.

Besides, it will be definitely difficult to travel with this stroller in public transportation. It could annoy other passengers as it is quite long and takes up a lot of space. This stroller is for sure very maneuverable but also large and it will be hard to navigate through shop alleys without bumping into some stands.

But remember, this stroller is designed for running and strolling on toughest terrain. If you are looking for heavy duty stroller for city use, you may want to look into smaller, all-terrain strollers like Baby Jogger City Mini GT Double.

Color versions

This is yet another area where the new stroller received a significant change compared to the previous model. What is noteworthy, now the frame is all black, not silver, and in my opinion this gives the stroller more up-to-date, trendy look.

Unlike with the previous stroller that used plain colors, the FLEX 3.0 Duallie now uses a combination of 2 colors from BOB’s most popular hues to offer you 4 choices: Graphite Black, Glacier Blue, Sedona Orange, and Lunar Black. All versions have reflective strips on the canopy and basket for added safety when jogging on the road. Additionally, the Lunar model has only reflective straps, but also its fabric (on the canopy and basket) glows in the dark.

As for a jogging stroller, BOB Revolution Flex 3.0 Duallie offers pretty wide range of colors. See all options in the picture below or click here to go to Amazon and compare their prices.

BOB Revolution FLEX 3.0 Duallie - Color versions
BOB Revolution FLEX 3.0 Duallie – Color versions

Now let’s see what were the color options for BOB Revolution FLEX 2.0 Duallie. It was available in 5 color versions: Black, Red, Canyon (orange), Lagoon and Meadow. Keep in mind that now some of the colors may not be available, or are available only at selected retailers and of course the price may very for each version.

BOB Revolution FLEX Duallie color versions
BOB Revolution FLEX 2.0 Duallie – Color versions

In my opinion, among the old colors the Lagoon looks really awesome and personally I would go for this version. By clicking here you can check all available color versions and see if there are any discounts available right now.

Pros & Cons

To sum up this review of the BOB Revolution FLEX Duallie, here is a list of what I like and don’t like about it (this list basically refers to FLEX 3.0 and 2.0 Duallie).

ProsCons

Pros


+ Suspension system and large air-filled wheels that work on the toughest terrain and absorb shocks – to provide the most comfortable ride and prevent your babies from spine diseases

+ Lockable and pivoting front wheel allows you to adjust stroller agility and stability to the terrain

+ Parking brake, five-point harness and wrist strap keep passengers safety during your jogging session

+ Oversized and individually adjustable canopies

+ Adjustable handlebar for all-height parents

+ Comfy seats with individual deep recline

+ Made of high-quality and durable materials, heavy-duty construction ensure years of use

+ Plenty storage (FLEX 3.0 Duallie has one large basket + 10 pockets, FLEX 2.0 Duallie large basket + 6 pockets)

Cons


- Big and heavy

- Even when folded it takes a lot of space – may not fit in a small car trunk

- No accessories included

BOB Revolution Flex Duallie Features – Video

Specification

StrollerData
Stroller TypeDouble Jogging Stroller
Stroller Weight33.1 lbs
Weight LimitCombined capacity of 100 lbs
Fold Dimensions30.5" x 40" x 17.5"
Handlebar HeightFLEX 3.0 Duallie: 34.5" - 48"
FLEX 2.0 Duallie: 33.5" – 50.5"
Wheels SizeRear: 16", Front: 12.5"

Accessories for BOB Revolution FLEX Duallie Stroller

BOB FLEX Duallie 3.0 and 2.0 strollers are quite an investment, but they don’t come with any accessories for parents and babies convenience. There is a lot of extra gear that you can purchase separately though. Accessories are the same for the old and latest model.

ImageDescription
BOB Handlebar Console BOB Handlebar Console for parents – It is equipped with two cup holders and handy place where you can keep your stuff like phone or keys and have quick access to them.
BOB Duallie Snack Tray BOB Dual Snack Tray – It gives your children a place to keep their sippy cups, juices and snacks.
BOB Weather Shield for Duallie Revolution BOB Weather Shield – Thanks to this cover your babies will stay dry and warm if the rain or strong wind surprise you during your jogging session. Great thing is that it doesn’t block children view.

Warranty

The frame has a five-year limited warranty and other components and fabric have one-year warranty. You can read more about the warranty on BOB’s official website.

BOB Revolution FLEX Duallie – Price

BOB Revolution FLEX Duallie, regardless the model, is not the cheapest stroller for jogging, but in this case larger price tag does buy you better quality product. This stroller is made of durable materials and will serve you for a long time, until your children will be too big for it!

If you want to go for a run or hike with your babies you won’t find better stroller than BOB models. They give the best quality for a reasonable price.

I would recommend you purchasing this stroller from a seller approved by BOB (like Amazon) because it ensures you will get the original product with warranty. If you want to check the price for FLEX Duallie 3.0 on Amazon click here. Don’t forget to check the previous model – FLEX 2.0 too. Now, when the 2019 model is available, the old one may be at lower price (check it here).

What other parents say about BOB Revolution FLEX Duallie 3.0 & 2.0

So far, I have given you my opinion on this stroller. So, as I always do, I had to find out what other parents had to say about it. This stroller is one of the best selling double joggers. I checked it in online stores and its both versions have hundreds of positive reviews! What features parents praise the most and what they complain about?

Starting with what matters most, most reviewers affirm that this stroller rolls smoothly, and it’s agile. A good number of them say that while the size of this stroller is quite intimidating at first, it moves easily even when using one hand. It turns on a dime. Customers also say that running with FLEX Duallie is a breeze as you don’t feel any weight. Some parents use this stroller even for shopping

Concerning stability, a few moms note that the width and height of this beast make it amazingly stable even when jogging with one child onboard.

According to other customers this stroller is really well balanced, so you can run with it with two kids of different age and weight. They also love how big storage space it has. Few moms mention this stroller helped them to succeed at weight loss. Parents also praise its high-quality and durability.

The main downsize, according to other parents, is the size and weight. This “beast” takes up a lot of space in the car trunk (some parents recommend taking off the wheels which is not that hard). Taking it in and out is pretty annoying. However, even those parents who complain it’s bulky, agree this stroller is totally worth it.

Most people seem to be okay with the width of this beast, although there were a few complaints about it not fitting in some narrower doorways. I recommend you to check your doorways width before you decide to buy this running stroller.

Lastly, lack of accessories of another disadvantage. It means you have to spend extra money for example on parent console. Few parents mention that the sunshades material is a bit flimsy, however majority of parents rave about how huge the canopies are and provide full cover from the sun.

BOB Revolution FLEX Duallie Review – Conclusion

BOB Revolution FLEX Duallie is definitely a great stroller for active parents, who would like to keep up their outdoor lifestyle with their little children. This stroller is heavy duty, very functional and nicely designed!

Keep in mind

Both BOB Revolution FLEX Duallie 3.0 and 2.0 are heavy and big strollers. These are double joggers that can hold up to 100 lbs and handle most challenging terrain! They are not design for trips to the mall, but for off-road cruises.

If you live in an urban area, have to carry the stroller up the stairs and your strolls are limited mostly to sidewalks, grocery shops or the mall, you should look for something less bulky (for example Mountain Buggy Duet – here is my review).

3 Reasons Why You Will Love BOB Revolution FLEX Duallie

1. When it comes to your baby’s safety and comfort you want to choose THE BEST products and avoid spine disorders and other healthy problems. You can do this thanks to BOB Revolution FLEX Duallie cozy seats and amazing suspension that cushions the ride.

2. This stroller is perfect for parents who live in rural area or parents who want to keep up their active lifestyle with their babies. It works best for outdoor activity, because it glides smoothly over any type of terrain.

3. FLEX Duallie gives you excellent opportunity to lose weight after pregnancy or just get back into shape without sacrificing spending time with children.

My rate:

Are you thinking about buying this double jogger? Remember to read customers reviews to see if this stroller meets your needs. What’s important, since the newer model – BOB FLEX 3.0 Duallie has been on the market, you can often find great discounts for the older model (FLEX 2.0 Duallie). Both strollers are awesome and won’t let you down even on very rugged terrain. I would recommend you to go for the one that you find cheaper. 🙂


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About Me - Zooey BarnettHello Moms! I am Zooey. I am a wife and a mother of three amazing kids: almost 5-year-old Haley and 2-year-old twins Jesse and Matthew. I am a jogger, cooker and blogger.

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