JoovyCaboose Ultralight Graphite Stroller



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A compact, lightweight tandem stroller for two that’s easy to maneuver even in tight spaces.

About this Product
  • Lightest weight tandem stroller on the market at 21.8 lbs.
  • Front seat reclines (or use with included infant car seat adapter)
  • Rear bench slides back to create a seat, forward to access the stable, integrated standing platform for your older child
  • Sealed-bearing wheels and four-wheel suspension
  • Compact fold for storage and travel and large basket and canopy


If you have a baby and a toddler, this stand-on tandem stroller could be a lifesaver. Joovy’s Ultralight Caboose provides a lightweight (the lightest on the market), compact ride. It may seem like just a few pounds here or there wouldn’t be a big deal, but when you’re pushing a loaded stroller up a hill or over a long distance, the extra weight (or lack thereof) really makes a difference.

Using the Ultralight Caboose, your younger child rides in the front seat (sitting facing forward or using the car seat attachment), while your older child rides in the back, sitting facing backward or standing (a thrill of freedom). The rear bench slides back to create a seat, or forward to access the stand-on board. In the seated position, there’s a three-point harness to secure big sister or brother (note: it’s harder to contain super wiggly and willful little ones with this system). Unlike stroller board attachments, the integrated standing platform is extremely stable, and it leaves plenty of room for the person doing the pushing. Your child can hold on to padded bars at the side, and as they get taller, they’ll be able to lean back against the handlebar and organizer for added stability.

The Ultralight Caboose is rides smoothly and is easy to maneuver thanks to sealed-bearing wheels, four-wheel suspension and one-step linked brakes. It can navigate over varied terrain, and its compact size will get you through tight grocery store aisles, doorways and crowded areas.

The Joovy folds up much smaller than most double strollers, so you can stash it in the trunk, take it on the bus or get it through the X-ray machine at the airport (just take off the canopy and the car seat adapter). The squared-off canopy is quite tall and roomy and tilts forward or backward, with a rear extension that provides some coverage for the back seat. A neoprene organizer on the handle bar has two beverage holders and a zippered pocket, and there’s a very roomy cargo basket below. The stroller also comes with a child tray and a universal car seat adapter.

Parents love the Ultralight Caboose for everyday urban outings, shopping, travel and trips to the zoo or aquarium. With so many pros to this stroller, what are the cons? The child on the back can’t fall asleep easily on the stroller, for starters. Some kids love the thrill of the standing ride, while others will want the comfort of a standard stroller seat after a while. Also, with a rider in the back seat, you can’t easily access the storage basket. Finally, the front seat reclines, but at full recline or with the infant seat attached, the child in the rear won’t have much room.

Note that Joovy does sell an Ultralight Caboose rear seat attachment for children less than two and a half years old or who aren’t yet ready to stand. This adds a full-size, front-facing, reclining seat to the stroller.


  • Stroller Weight: 23.5 lbs
  • Open: 38 x 21.25 x 42 in (L W H)
  • Folded: 45.25 x 21.25 x 10 in (L W H)
  • Made with 300D Polyester
  • Front seat: ages 3+ mos. or 0+ with infant car seat adapter
  • Rear seat: 2.5 years+
  • Front seat height limit: 40”
  • Back seat height limit: 44”
  • Maximum weight: 45 lbs. each seat, 90 lbs. total
  • Universal car seat adapter included that works with most infant car seats

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March 16, 2018

Works great for my four year old to sit or stand and great for my 8 month old to sit or recline to sleep. It does not lay flat enough for a newborn. If you store anything in the basket underneath it is impossible to just reach in a grab it. You have to move your toddler and kind of reach in awkwardly to get anything. The stretchy storage band that goes around to handle is great for storing everything but diapers and wipes. The stroller is lightweight but it is long and still difficult to carry around folded up. You need two hands to fold it up. The sun shade is great and can move into any position to protect baby. The straps are super basic, reminded me of a high chair except they do go over the shoulder too. The ride is smooth and overall it has been great for us.