**Disclaimer: I was provided with this stroller free of charge for my honest review, and there are affiliate links included (you don't pay more but I'll receive a small commission from purchases made after clicking). But don't worry, I'm no sell out - all thoughts and opinions are my own and completely 100% unbiased! Feel free to comment below, on social, or on our YouTube video with any questions and I'll reply ASAP!
- $400 for the frame, 1 SafeMax Infant Car Seat & Base (for babies 4-35 pounds), 1 seat (birth - 55 pounds), 1 belly bar, 1 parent cup holder
- $120 for the 2nd regular seat (also 55 pound max - this is HUGE!!)
- seats convert into infant-ready bassinets (simply unsnap behind the leg rest and push down the seat)
- under basket is large and holds up to 10 pounds
- decent sized canopies with mesh peekaboo windows
- foot rests have 5 levels
- handlebar has 3 heights
- self standing fold
- converts from single to double and back to single in seconds, without need of tools or additional parts
- one hand lever recline (3 positions, including near flat) - full seat rotates, not just the back
- 22 configurations including both seats forward facing, rear facing, facing eachother, and 1 forward 1 rear facing
- large no-flat tires with great swivel and suspension
- a toddler ride on board will be available soon!
- 3 neutral colors available
- Stroller frame + toddler seat = 28.6 pounds
- Stroller frame + 2 toddler seats = 34.8 pounds
- flip-flop friendly break on far right of back axle
Of course, no stroller is perfect. There are a few less than ideal aspects I have to mention, since I pride myself on honest reviews. This is a somewhat compact tandem (especially when comparing to the last tandem I reviewed), which is great for navigating tight corners, but it also means that the seats are too close in some configurations to allow for recline or adjustments of foot rests. It's not a huge deal, you'll just need to play around with what configuration will work best for your kids. My girls prefer facing eachother, and lucky for us, this configuration also works great for full recline and use of foot rests - hoorah! One other minor issue is that when the front seat is rear facing, you'll lose some use of your basket, especially if the foot rest is down. Again, not a major issue, but something to keep in mind. The belly bars are great, but I'd love to have snack bars available (Hint hint, Evenflo, if you're reading this, get on it)! I'm not sure if they have rain covers for this stroller or have any coming out, but 2 of the Manito Beta Rain Shields should do the trick (we haven't tested those, but we love the Manito Elegance Alpha Double Rain Shield on our Joovy and StrollAir side by side strollers)!
See how it converts from single to double, how the handle & foot rests adjust, check out the seat recline levels, canopy, the self-standing collapse, and more!
**updated in 2019:
They also now sell the GOLD Pivot Xpand version (in many colors), check it out here.
You can buy the 2nd seat of the regular Xpand here, and the 2nd seat for the gold Xpand here.
You can buy the rider board here.