I have an obsession with strollers. Since moving to New York City, that obsession has increased tenfold because it is our primary mode of transportation. We need something to get our two toddlers around the city, on the busses and subways and to and from parks comfortably and easily.
When I received the Joovy Caboose Ultralight to review, I was really excited. It folds up compactly, holds two children comfortably, and has big wheels that make pushing and steering fairly easy. There is a large storage area in the bottom of the stroller that is large enough to hold a diaper bag and a few other little things.
Weighing 21 lbs, the Joovy Caboose Ultralight is pretty easy to carry and fold. It comes with an infant carseat adaptor, removable snack tray, and parent organizer (which holds water and cell phone perfectly). There are double wheel brakes and four wheel suspension, was easy to push with at least 55 lbs worth of children in it, and narrow enough to get through narrow city grocery aisles.
The front seat has three reclining positions, there is a seat in back for one child to sit, and a platform for another child to stand. I've seen this stroller frequently around the city holding anywhere from one to three children at a time, including lots of cargo. Overall a smooth, comfortable ride that I would primarily use for shorter trips around the city. Both of my children tend to sleep in the stroller if we are out for over three or four hours, so it wouldn't be the best option if we were walking from, say, Central Park to our house in Murray Hill. It's a great, easy, city option for strollers and we'll use it frequently.
You can also find Joovy on Facebook, they are very interactive and parent friendly! I love the way they immerse themselves in the community... very important when you're dealing with children products.
Disclosure: I received a Joovy Ultralight Caboose to review for Momma's Gone City.