Bob Snack Tray - Duallie

Priced: $42.99 - $50.00 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 1 review.
Bob Snack Tray - Duallie
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This BOB Stroller snack tray keeps snacks, beverages and toys within reach of little fingers.

Imported.

Features:

  • Attaches to all 2011 and newer BOB Duallie strollers
  • Attaches easily and securely
  • Perfect for holding snacks and the sippy
  • Tray features 2 sippy cup holders and 2 trays for snacks or toys
  • Attach tray to the built-in BOB accessory adapter on stroller
Campmor
Give your little ones a place for their special things. Whether it's a snack, or their favorite toy, the snack tray is perfect for holding their happy belongings.
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Activity:Casual
Weight:3 pounds

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Bob Snack Tray - Duallie Review:

Reviews:

Works as advertised

This thing works as advertised, but it's nothing special. It seems to be a bit expensive for what you get, and in my opinion should be included in the stroller purchase rather than being an optional add-on. You can fold the BOB with the snack tray attached, so it's nice that you don't need to remove it every time you want to stow the stroller.
It would be nice if the snack tray rotated or allowed for one-handed operation - as is, I typically end up threading my children's legs through the top and under the snack tray to avoid having to remove the tray when strapping them in. Removing the tray is definitely a two-handed operation, as you have to press a button on either side of the stroller and pull to detach (not unique to this stroller, as this problem exists with many child carriers).
I would buy it again as it is a must-have accessory, but I reserve the right to grumble a little. :)
Clartickus the Conqueror at REI on 06/06/2012