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Phil and Teds T2 Travel Bed Charcoal Phil and Teds T2 Travel Bed Charcoal: The Phil and Ted’s T2 Travel Cot is a light, strong, compact and versatile baby cot. As you’d expect from Phil and Ted’s, this is an outdoors, backwoods-ready cot – very durable, yet lightweight for easy portability. The T2 Travel Cot’s hands-free self-inflating mattress provides a great sleeping surface for your child, no matter how rough the terrain is. With a 20’ X 47’ surface area, it’s large enough for your child to have play time with some toys or a sibling, and even comes with an additional Fisher Price booster seat as a free bonus. Lightweight alloy keeps this child travel bed at only 6 lbs, making it easily portable. Tough, 100% washable and waterproof, the T2 Travel Cot will withstand practically any mess your child might make, and with 3 colors, there are some great options to show off your child’s personal style. The Phil and Teds T2 Travel Cot also includes pegs to keep it positioned during outdoor use, and a UV sun & bug mesh. Even if you don’t plan on hiking the Appalachian Trail,  Phil and Ted’s T2 Travel Cot  makes a great portable bed to take to sleepovers, grandma’s house, or just about anywhere. Designed for children from newborn up to 4 years of age.

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There are many quality strollers to consider when purchasing one for your family. The Schwin Free Wheeler 2 is a really good double swivel wheel stroller for the price!  A step up from the popular Schwinn Safari TT Double, the Free Wheeler offers high-end features you’d expect to get only from much higher-priced brands, but without the extra cost. If you’ve done a lot of browsing around our site doing research, you know our team has said there is a noticeable difference in quality between an economy-priced brand like Schwinn and an elite brand such as BOB or Baby Jogger, and this still holds true.  But this year, Schwinn has really revamped its look with new sportier fabrics, plus the Free Wheeler double offers a lightweight, rust-resistant aluminum frame. This is a big step up from heavier steel frames–you definitely notice the difference in weight when you’re pushing a larger double jogging stroller like this one. So if you’re on a budget (and who’s not??), the Free Wheeler 2 means you can get a really decent, sharp-looking  swivel wheel jogging stroller  that’s fully loaded without experiencing buyer’s remorse. The rundown: the Free Wheeler 2 has a rear suspension for a smooth ride–a feature very few double swivel wheel models offer. The handlebar is height-adjustable to suit different ‘drivers,’ and there is plenty of storage space for all the essentials you need when you’re on the road. The sun canopy is a big improvement, offering your kids a lot of protection from those harmful rays. The swivel wheel will lock in place with relative ease, allowing you to jog lightly or negotiate bumpy paths. You’ll notice that some double swivel wheel jogging strollers have two front wheels, whereas the Free Wheeler double only has one. This doesn’t affect stability, but if you are strolling with two children of very different ages, you might notice you have to compensate a little more for the weight difference when you’re pushing.  If you’re a very heavy runner, you’d probably want to look into a stroller with a larger 16″ front wheel instead–but for parents looking for a great all-around stroller, the Free Wheeler 2 double stroller is a fit.  Good for walks, good for the park, and good for the mall.