The Baby Trend Sit N' Stand Double is part of the Stroller
test program at Consumer Reports. In our lab tests, Stroller
models like the Sit N' Stand Double are rated on multiple criteria, such as those listed below.
Ease of use: Ease of use is based on ease of setting up and using the stroller and all of its features: folding and unfolding, adjusting the safety harness, opening and closing the buckle, engaging and disengaging brakes, lifting and carrying the folded stroller as if placing it into a car trunk, and, for compatible strollers, installing and removing an infant car seat.
Maneuverability: Maneuverability is the ease of pushing and maneuvering the stroller with a 40-lb. child on a variety of surfaces including pavement, dirt and grass, through a series of cones, up and down a curb, on straight paths, up- and downhill and around corners.
Safety: Safety is assessed by testing to the the requirements of the federal stroller safety standard, 16 CFR Parts 1112 and 1227, which incorporates, by reference, the most current version of the ASTM stroller safety standard, F833-19. We also put strollers through Stability and Braking and other tests designed by CR.
Suitable for 6 mos. and under
Suitable for 6 mos. and underSuitability for babies 6 months and younger means the stroller could include a safety flap at the child's feet so he or she doesn't slip out of a large leg hole, or some other means of containing a child of this age. Even with this added feature, the harness should still be used. For car seat carriers, this field reads "NA" simply because there are no stroller seats, and the unit can't be used without the car seats.
Car-seat compatible as sold
Car-seat compatible as soldA stroller that is car-seat compatible as sold is one that comes with any accessories or items, such as a bracket or adaptor, that are needed to properly attach the car-seat to the stroller. Of course, it can also mean that no adaptor is needed, and the car-seat can be attached directly to the stroller. If you must purchase an adaptor or accessory separately, we do not consider that stroller to be "car-seat compatible as sold."
Suitable for running or jogging
Suitable for running or joggingWhether the stroller may be used for running or jogging, per the manufacturer's instructions.
WidthThe width of the stroller in inches, as reported by the manufacturer on their website.
Meets Disney parks' stroller size requirements
Meets Disney parks' stroller size requirementsIn 2019, Disney established new size restrictions for strollers used in their theme parks. Strollers must be 31 inches or less in width, and 52 inches or less in length. "Yes" indicates that the stroller meets those restrictions, based on information provided on the manufacturer's website.
Stands foldedThe folded stroller stays upright on its own. This is convenient in restaurants or other tight spaces. It also makes storing at home easier.
Adjustable handleThe stroller's handle can be adjusted for height or angle to better suit parents of differing heights.
One-touch brakesOne-touch brakes work quickly for added safety. They're also more convenient than standard brakes. A few models now have hand-operated parking brakes, arguably even more convenient.
WeightThe weight of the stroller, in pounds.