Last year, Phil & Teds released the Dot, which is their smallest inline stroller to date. A compact stroller but with full sized seats for baby, the Dot is ideal for city streets and small cars. This all-terrain stroller is 15% smaller than the Phil & Teds Explorer (voted babble.com Best Stroller 2011). Use it as a single stroller and as your family grows, buy a second seat to use it as a double stroller.
- Use from newborn to 5 years (44 lbs)
- 23 inch wide black stroller
- 1 handed fast fold (pull and slide release out of kids way but easy for parents) to ultra compact size
- 1-handed 3 position recline, including infant lie flat position
- Tail-free (no loose straps hanging) easy adjust 5 point harness
- Large canopy with flip-out sun visor and peek-a-boo window
- Easy foot brake
- Three 10 inch pneumatic wheels (air-filled)
- Multi-position, easy-adjust handlebar
- Ventilated seat performance system – contoured seat to ensure proper posture
- Doubles Kit – 1 handed recline, baby can be in the back even if seat in front is empty
- Personalize the stroller with colored liners and carrycot hoods – apple (green), flint (charcoal) and chili (red) are the color options – zips on and off
- Car seat adaptable
- Accessories sold separately – carrycot (bassinet), stroller travel bag, sun cover (single or double), wind/rain cover (single or double), doubles kit, Freerider (ride board that attaches and detaches from stroller for older kids)
I have always loved the Phil & Teds inline strollers! I have an Phil & Teds Sport which I have been using for 3 years and it has served us well. I can only imagine how much better the Dot is. An even smaller compact double stroller is unbelievable.
Retailing for $450 without the doubles kit, the Dot is high-end like the rest of the Phil & Teds strollers. The thing that makes it worth it is the ability to use it as a single and eventually a double. That means you only have to buy 1 stroller and use the same one even when your family grows.