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How the Combi Twin Cosmo Stroller Made Our Disney Trip a Breeze

Did y’all know we went on a little trip recently?   No?!  Well, I’m quite sure you’ve probably seen me sharing photos on instagram, posts about our visit to SeaWorld, and well, lots of status updates about the amazing time we had at Disney World a couple of weeks ago.  And guess what?  I’m not done talking about it!  I hope that’s ok!

Combi Twin at Disney

Seriously, y’all, if we had attempted to go to Disney with our double jogger OR our single stroller like I had decided to do before Combi sent us a Twin Cosmo for review, I would have had a much harder time.  Much harder.  Sure, we would have still had a great time, but honestly, this stroller made our trip a total breeze.  That’s saying a lot for tackling Disney, Universal Studios, SeaWorld, and more with TWO toddlers!

When I pulled the Combi Twin Cosmo Stroller out of the box and saw it could do this…Combi Twin Folded

I knew we were golden.  Our Double Jogger doesn’t do that, I had actually never seen a double stroller that does!  I was amazed at how little space it took up {now remember, we’re still talking about a double stroller so it’s not itty bitty} and how light it was!  It weighs HALF of our Double Jogger!

Combi Folded and LockedUnfolding and Folding are a breeze too.  You simply pull up on little slides on both sides of the wide handle and pull the stroller together, once it’s together, it folds inward and you secure with the gray clip shown above.  EASY and fast – which certainly was important as I would take the girls out of the stroller and Rob would fold it quickly when it was time to board the Disney transportation buses.

We stayed on resort at Disney World, so everywhere we went, we rode a Disney bus.  We stayed at a pretty crowded resort too, at least when it came to bus rides, so having a stroller that folded up quickly, small, and easy was a major plus to our situation.

One great feature is also the parent cup holder!  I despise when I have to buy accessories for a stroller that is brand new, they should be provided – and this one is with the Combi Twin Cosmo Stroller!

Combi Canopy

A few more key features to the Combi Twin Cosmo that made our trip much more enjoyable – pretty spacious canopies over both seats.  This insured the girls were protected from the warm Florida sun {oh what I wouldn’t give for some of that warm sun right now in Tennessee!}Combi Cupholders

The cup and snack holders on this stroller are either genius, by Combi, or a test for parents.  You see, they were geniuses in adding a 3rd cup holder in the middle – great use of space.  Unfortunately, two toddlers loved to stake claim on this mysterious middle, SHARING cup holder.  It drove us crazy most of the time, but was nice when they were sharing snacks!  In the end, I am glad the space was used wisely!

In addition to cup holders, canopies, and foot rests, both seats also recline using this strap system seen in the back.

Combi Seat RestIt was very easy to adjust and used often because we stayed at the parks pretty much open to close when we were there so both girls would take at least one short nap while we were there, so the Combi stroller must be comfortable!

The first time we used the stroller was our day at SeaWorld.  Sophia had been looking at this lovely blue stroller for a week or so in the house, dying to go for a ride, so she was excited when it was finally time!

Sophia in Combi Twin Cosmo

She actually would much rather walk than ride in all circumstances, but we had her ride when we were making long walks to the front gates and around the park.  That’s why I wanted to take a double stroller – for those times.  I knew they would both walk a lot, but when they didn’t want to {which does happen}, I did not want to be caring two toddlers around Disney.

Combi Twin Cosmo Universal

Combi Bars

One other little thing – the lap bars made for endless entertainment for Moreaya in the Disney Bus line.  They are bendable, I assume for safety and comfort, and she could bend them up and they would pop back into place… hilarious for a 2 year old, apparently!

Remember I said the Combi Twin Cosmo must be comfortable?

Combi Sleeping

Really… I think it was!  They were passed OUT after a day at Disney’s Animal Kingdom!

After all that, I know the Combi Twin Cosmo Stroller made our Disney Trip a Breeze.  It was so easy to push around, as the front wheels could lock straight or swivel making it super easy to navigate lines and short spaces, it was light, both girls could easily jump in and out when they wanted, it folded up so nicely and was light to carry onto and off the Disney Bus.

Because of how much we loved it at Disney, it is now the stroller that stays in our van for everyday use too because it’s the same size as the single I was toting around!

Princesses in Cosmo

Be sure to connect with CombiUSA through social media to stay up to date with their new product launches!  This is a great brand to keep an eye on for baby gear, for sure!  You can follow them on Twitter, like them on Facebook, and even check out their Pinterest page!

The Combi Twin Cosmo retails for right around $215.00.  It’s available for purchase from major baby retailers, including   It comes in 3 colors – Black, Royal Blue, and Red.

The price point is right on with what you’re getting, I believe.  It’s a great stroller that can see us through a couple more years as both seats can hold children 45 pounds each.

 What situation would the Combi Twin Cosmo help make a breeze for you?!




  1. OMG! They look so happy and comfy in their stroller! What a great way to travel, especially on such a FUN trip!
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  2. We have a stroller like this and it’s great for my twins! I’ve used it at Disney too.

  3. I’m going to look into this stroller! We have a 3 year old and a 20 month old and need another option for taking them to the zoo or our local science center!!
    Amanda recently posted…Being a Young MomMy Profile

  4. I love the looks of this stroller. I have a 1.5 year old and a 3.5 year old. Do you think my oldest would fit? He is too tall for our other strollers but is less than 40 lbs. I like having a double stroller when we are in situation where I want to keep him out of mischief.
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