DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY!!!
We brought this pram for our twins at the start of the year and from the second we got it we have had nothing but problems. First the wheels were loose. We returned to the store we brought it from and they replaced the wheels. Then the pram started to rock and bounce when being pushed on a flat surface eg shopping center. We had the pram sent back to Britax, leaving us with out a pram for our 3 month old twins for 4 weeks. Their response, there is nothing wrong with the pram and as a twin side by side it is to be expected (No other side by side I have ever used does this). We can't even take out babies for a walk down the street because all they do the whole time is scream as they are thrown around in their seats. Biggest waste of money.
Great Twin Pram
I bought this pram as it was the easiest double pram to fold up. Push the red button & pull up on the handles, simple.
The seats recline almost flat for newborns/ sleeping babies. Although I had to buy a pram liner with headhugger for the twins first six months.
The steering is so easy for a big pram. You can even steer it one handed.
The shopping basket under the pram is huge which makes walks so easy.
I can easily feed by twins a bottle each in the pram & even change themin it.
This pram has been great in everyway the only down turn has been how wide the pram is but that is the case for all side by sides.
I have a number of prams but this is the one my partner & I both prefer.
Used to love it but now I'm not so sure
Love the fact that it is compact and light. However my brakes have now been in for repair twice in six months. One wheel stays locked, however the other does not so if on a hill the pram keeps movingon the side that is not locking. The first time this happened it was over Christmas time so it took over 2 weeks to repair. Apparently it was cleaned out as dust/sand was clogging it up. I was without my double pram for just over two weeks which was far from ideal, I had a lot of trouble getting around with two kids. I've only just returned it again...for the same problem three months later. I have been very careful where I take it so it didn't get clogged up again and have hardly used it. It has been 9 days and I have not heard back as to how long I'll be without my pram again. It is really inconveniencing me now as I'm again limited as to where I go. Thank goodness it is still under warranty however the amount of time I've been without it is quite annoying. How many times does it need to get repaired for the same issue before I can get a new one. What happens if this occurs again once it is out of warranty. I'm now regreting my purchase. Leanne
This pram is great for my two babies that are 16 months apart, I use it all the time! I luv how light and compact it is compared to my other pram the strider compact which needed to be assembled every time I wanted to put both kids in. my only complaint with the twin agile would be the storage underneath the pram it's only big enough to fit a decent size thick baby blanket it would be nice to be able to put my baby bag under there since the handle bar is to wide up hang it over and you could only fit maybe two small bags of shopping under it! Apart from that its great and I'm so glad I brought it!!
Finger gets caught in harness buckle, has drawn blood numerous times. My 20mth old of average height can pull the upper seat so far forward that she can touch the front wheels, engages the swivel lock & reaches down into the storage basket pulling items out. In recline position her head pushes out & gets hit by the back storage bag, (not great if there's hard or heavy items inside) even my newborns' head is not far off being hit. If unzipped & removed children do not have protection from sun, wind or rain. Wheels are wide & flat picking up ever...y stone or pointy tree pod making it a very bumpy ride, unless you stop walking constantly to pick them off. Wish I had of bought the more expensive Baby Jogger, this stroller is definitely the cheap the nasty version. Cheaper, Free Raincover Harness buckle snaps your finger, Upper seat not held in place, Wheels collect every stone off the ground
Love this pram!
With a newborn and a 14 month old we decided a twin would be preferable to the strider plus we had been using (with extra seat that the toddler hated). After a great deal of research we settled on the agile twin and are tremendously happy with it! My babies love it (and are both comfortable more to the point), I'm able to utilize the infant carrier I had as part of the strider, it's extremely lite, easy to steer and I'm yet to find a door way I can't fit through!! My only complaints are that there isn't a sun shade for it and I've been unable to find replacement shoulder pads (we lost one moving the stroller between cars). Aside from this it's a fantastic stroller and I'd recommend it to anyone!
great double pram
Love this pram! It has been the best pram I have bought. It's great that it can take a capsule as well.
It's easy to push and my tall hubby doesn't hit his toes/knees on the back of the pram.
Only thing is I would like a toddler seat attachment.
easy to fold, easy to push, reliable
Would be lost without this
I had previously bought the Mountain Buggy duet and although it's a slimmer width with better tyres, I prefer the Agile Twin. We have had the occasional problem of it not fitting in some aisles (there is usually 1 checkout at both woolworths and coles that it won't go through but not an issue as there are other wider aisles) but I love the fact that it has the quick fold feature and it's nice and light and I can easily get it in and out of my Mazda 3 boot.
Light, Quick Fold, Easy access to underneath storage, Adjustable handle height
Back seat pockets often come away from velcro, plastic buckle is in 2 sections which has to be lined up to do it up
Should have reconsidered
Very disappointed that you can't turn pram around when its windy or sunny, underneath basket needs a zip cover, adjusting the seat needs two hands and is a pain, hoods are great theres no bar at the front to hang toys on for the children which is annoying, no where to hang nappy bag as it doesn't fit under pram properly
Great for toddler and 3 year old
We looked at a number of double prams and love this pram. I have a 18 month old and 3 year old and they are both very comfortable in it. Great sun protection (something the mountain buggy didn't give), fantastic lay back position, great storage with easy access.
Easy to push but am having some issues with the break not releasing when going up an escalator. admittedly, I have not had this issue looked at as I have worked out how to release break without issue, but it is something that I haven't experienced with other prams I have owned (St...
Great double pram
I'm so shocked to see there isn't more stars for everyone else. I love my agile. I had a 2 year old and a newborn when purchased and 6 months later it's still working like new. I use it ever day. So many features I love but some of my top are the separate releasing canopies, easy front access to the huge basket, it's the lightest pram ever, just a one step fold and mostly the smooth easy maneuver.
It sometimes doesn't fit through checkouts, but thats the shops fault :)
Bought only 12 days ago the pram has a distinctive wobble/rock when pushing In a straight forward motion. My Baby Warehouse no help. Drove one hour to Frenches Forest for repairs. Repairer not home. Was later told to go back another day. Can't believe the run around we are doing as we can't go without a pram with new born twins as no one offered to replace pram. So much for warranty.
The way it folded
Wobbles from side to side
I loved this pram. I went through so many double prams and this was the best by far but now I can't use it as both the buckles broke :( so I'm extremely disappointed and lost without it as I can't take it back under warranty because I don't have the receipt
Easy to push even one handed andlightweight
Both the buckles broke after only 6 or so months :(
Would not recommend
To begin with i loved this pram for my twins. The pram is compact and easy to fold. The wheels constantly come off , the safety harness clips broke several times. One of the side button clips broke off the metal frame.... Considering my children were under 6 kg at the time and not moving much i put this down to poor quality! The customer service from the manufacture was poor. I have since learnt of several people with simular issues
Poor quality, wheels falling off, safety clips breaking
Great for a new born and a toddler
I don't know how Great this pram would be for actual twins as you can only put one capsule in it; but i have a newborn and a 2 year old and it is fantastic. easy to fold, light weight, fits well in the boot, adjustable handle, easy to use foot break, secure buckle system (my 2 yr old boy is a terror and can get out of most other prams), and 2 nice big shade covers. I love the size of the basket and the access to the basket from the front. the best part for me was the price point in comparison to other twin / duo prams. my only bug bear is that ...there is no hook or handle to hang your bag on and the width in terms of getting through door ways and around people.... but i expected that in a side by side anyway. Light weight, Travel system compatible, Basket size and front access, Big shade covers, deep seats cant hang your bag on it, being a side by side it is a little wider and can be cumbersome in some supermarkets
Questions & Answers
We have recently bought a steelcraft agile twin. Am I able to use a britax unity capsule with this? If so, which adaptor would I need to purchase?
Yes the unity capsule is compatible with Steelcraft Agile Twin pram using the provided adaptors.
If you didn't buy the pram brand new, you can purchase the adaptors seperately, you need to contact Steelcraft for price options as the adaptors that you can buy from a baby store aren't compatible with the Twin.
Hi MTC, thanks for your question. The Steelcraft Agile Twin cannot take a Safe-n-Sound Unity capsule. The only capsule which is compatible is the Steelcraft Infant carrier (birth-6 months) with the included Steelcraft adapters which originally come with the Agile Twin at the time of purchase. If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact our consumer support team on 1300 303 330. Kind regards, the Steelcraft.
Hi can the Steelcraft Agile Twin Travel System, have a travel board put on to the back axle?
A universal one yes.
There are universal skateboards that attach such as this one: https://www.babybunting.com.au/bumprider-black.html - but Steelcraft don't make one specifically for use on its prams unfortunately.
Hi nicole j. Thanks for your question. Steelcraft prams such as the Steelcraft Agile Twin and Agile range have not been tested with a skate/toddler travel board therefore, we are unable to advise whether the pram can hold the extra weight of the board and toddler. We would recommend not using a toddler board on this pram. If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact our consumer support team on 1300 303 330. Kind regards, the Steelcraft team.
My break on the pram is broken can it be fixed what do I need
I had mine break on my agile single pram before. I contacted Steelcraft and they told me that I need to take it back to the place I bought it from (it was bought online, so I took it to a physical store) and they shipped it off to Steelcraft to repair.
Hi Kahlee T. Thanks for your question. Please contact our consumer support team on 1300 303 330 so we can further assist you and help to point you in the right direction. Kind regards, the Steelcraft team.
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|Category||Double Prams & Strollers|
|Suitable Age||0+ months|
|Max User Weight||20 kg|
|Bassinet Compatible||Yes (Sold Separately)|
|Capsule Compatible||Yes, with addition of adapters|
|Features||Locking Front Wheels, Side-by-side Storage and Under-seat Storage|
|Manufacturer Warranty||2 year(s)|
|Folded Dimensions||30 x 75 x 74 cm|
|Release date||Sept 2012|
|Manual||Download manual and manual 2|
- GTIN13: 9311742301715
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