Sit N Stand Stroller
* New and improved stand-on platform
* Allows children to sit or stand
* 5-point child restraint safety harness
* Covered parent organizer with cup holders
* Swing away child tray with cup holder; child tray accepts Baby Trend infant car seat (Car Seat sold seperately)
Product Specifications/Product Information:
Model number : SS74740
Maximum weight recommendation: 18 Grams
Additional product features : Cargo Basket, Canopy
Style : Doubles
Batteries required : No
Orientation : Forward facing, Rear facing
Seating capacity : 2
Tire material : Plastic
Wheel type : Swivel
Number of reclining positions : 1
* Product Dimensions : 49 x 21.5 x 43 inches ; 26 pounds
* Shipping Weight : 31.2 pounds
* Shipping : Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
* Shipping Advisory : This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
* ASIN : B002U41OKE
* UPC : 090014012564
* Item model number : SS74740
* Amazon Bestsellers Rank : #5,361 in Baby
* Average Customer Review : 3.8 out of 5 stars
Product Description/From the Manufacturer:
Baby Trend Sit N Stand deluxe – Vanguard. New and improved Sit N Stand. Stroller allows younger child in the front while an older child sits or stand in the rear. Child tray accepts Baby Trend infant car seat. Recommended use front/back seat: Sit upright unassisted approximatly 40 pounds or 40″ Jump Seat: 2 .5 years – approximatly 40 pounds.
Functional and stylish, Baby Trend’s Sit N Stand Deluxe in Vanguard has been designed for the needs of the growing family! The Sit N Stand Deluxe has a child tray that will accommodate all Baby Trend infant car seats in the front while your older child can sit or stand in the rear seat. Standard to Baby Trend strollers, it features a parent tray with two cup holders and improving upon the LX model, the Sit N Stand Deluxe features a larger canopy, a larger storage basket and re-designed rear foot platform with wheels for enhanced weight support! Recommended Use: Front Seat – from when the child can sit upright unassisted to 40 Lbs; Jump Seat – 2 1/2 years to 40 Lbs
Most Helpful Customer Reviews:
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
4.0 out of 5 stars
This review is from:
Baby Trend Sit N Stand DX Stroller, Vanguard (Baby Product)
By: D. Gasteiger “DebbyG” (Corona, CA)
Stick with the regular Sit N Stand, March 4, 2010
So, I had a hard time deciding between this and the regular Sit N Stand. I went with this for a few reasons, thought the tray didn’t need to be adjusted to fold, liked the color combo and thought the step was a bit larger and that perhaps the step wheels were a decent idea. I bought this stroller mainly for Disneyland trips since we live close by. We currently have a 2-1/2 year old and a 7 month old. I will give my pros and cons -
Folds easily, one handed
Can see baby easily as opposed to an umbrella stroller that convers him completely
Seems to be pretty well built
My extremely active toddler LOVES it and sits on his bench about 80-90% of the time vs. when we brought a regular stroller to Disney he walked the majority of the time.
Basket is large and can be easily accessed on the sides
Lots of cup holders
Step with wheels is really noisy! Sounds like you are pushing a shopping cart and is really annoying. This alone would have gotten me to buy the regular version had I been able to compare them in person.
The wheels do need to be straighted out to fold it – no big deal.
The tray needs to be adjusted down before folding – not such a big deal but I always have the baby in my arms or in the Bjorn and it’s one extra step I could do without.
The shade does not come down far enough to keep the sun out of baby’s face – this is a big con to me but maybe I can get one of those adapters
It’s long but that’s the breaks with a double. I had a side by side Maclaren and this works out so much better!
It’s heavy too but there again, it’s a double!
Overall, this is a great stroller and works great for trips to an amusement park, zoo, etc. I shouldn’t have to mention this but many people seem to give it negative remarks for not allowing the rider in back to sleep, to that I say – Duh! This is not for people who have stroller sleepers. The front seat does recline but only about half way. This works fine for us. Neither of my kids are stroller sleepers nor was this ever intended to be used as such.