Mutsy DuoSeat- New Product Announcement

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Remember how I was waiting for the Mutsy to announce their new stroller?  Here it is!

Chester, New Jersey – (July 2010) – Netherlands-based Mutsy, recognized for its modernistic stroller designs featuring a distinctive modular, flexible system, introduces the Mutsy Duoseat, a front and rear seating unit that can be used with their popular Mutsy 4Rider stroller chassis.

Mutsy’s solution for parents with two young children (mom can now use her 4Rider chassis even after the arrival of a new member in the family!), the Duoseat is a special insert with two seats that can be combined with the 4Rider stroller chassis.  The Duoseat’s compact styling offers the benefit of being able to transport two children without the hindrance of a double width stroller.  The seat allows for easy turning in tight places and full access even through the narrowest of doors.

The front seat is suitable for children 6 months and older.  The rear seat, suitable from birth, can be placed in 4 positions, including a reclined position for baby.  Each seat unit has its own hood and the Duoseat offers great stability, safety and comfort for its little passengers.  Available in Navy, the Mutsy Duoseat has a recommended retail of $199 (chassis not included).  The Duoseat/Chassis combination has a recommended retail of $599.  Optional footmuffs are available for purchase for each seat.  The footmuffs provide for warmth in cold weather and the rear seat muff also offers additional support and cushioning for baby. Baby can be placed in the muff during winter/colder weather months and on top of the muff during summer/warmer weather months.  The optional footmuffs have a recommended retail of $49.

DuoSeat can be purchased online at www.mutsy.com and at leading specialty juvenile products retailers nationwide.

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  • Oh man, that looks AWESOME. I love the in-line double strollers and this one doesn’t even leave one baby on the “bottom” – or as a friend called it in the “therapy seat”.

  • kristen

    very cool. a bit pricey but if you already have the chassis i guess its not bad. a good option to build on. i wish they had bigger canopies though…those are kind of skimpy. i also wonder what the weight goes up to since the seats seem to “float”…i am going to go check out their website!!!