jade olsson enables double mobility with t(w)o go push-chair jade olsson enables double mobility with t(w)o go push-chair
jan 04, 2014

jade olsson enables double mobility with t(w)o go push-chair

jade olsson enables double mobility with t(w)o go push-chair
all images courtesy of jade olsson

 

 

 

after researching the needs of parents with toddler twins, swedish designer jade olsson has created the ’t(w)o go’ carrier. intended to offer more than a regular stroller, the mobility device is an alternative option that can be used in staircases and small spaces. the aim of the project was to enable parents to easily leave their home and travel with both children, despite difficult surroundings and transportation routes. the seat is fully collapsible due to the way it is attached to the frame, the stand is integrated into its construction in order to make it both light and strong. a feature of the design is its six-wheeled base, which means it can be taken up stairs, making it possible to pause and have a break in the middle. focusing on key elements such as affordability and flexibility, the ’t(w)o go’ easily packs away to fit into a car boot and is both safe and trustworthy.

 

 


the mobility device enables parents to easily leave their home and travel with both children

 

 


the seat height is adjustable

 

 


the children are secured with a 5-point harness that can be adjusted

 

 


the height of the handle is also adjustable by push-pins as well as the level of tilt

 

 


the carrier can be taken up staircases, and is possible to pause in the middle due to its six-wheeled base

 

 


the seat can be packed down so it easily fits into a car boot

 

 


the aluminum frame was powder coated with a black matte color for outdoor use

 

 

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  • this two go push chair is fantastic. I would like to put my handicapated husband (M.S.disease) in there. His weight is 62 kg. Is there a possibility to get thus a chair for a adult person? This would be wonderful, because it will be easy to pass little steps.

    We have now the swiss chair “Amiroll” which is a buggy for adult persons, but it can’t manage with steps. I feel gratefull, if I can get an answer from you.

    kristine

    kristine steinhhilber says:
  • @ Kristine Steinhilber: The design would have to be reconsidered, in order to be adapted for an adult. The measurements and the centre of gravity would change, and the construction would need to be reinforced. Also the procedure of getting in and out of it, how to store it when not in use, brakes, comfortability and so on, would need to be reevaluated. However there are wheel chairs with 2×3 wheels available on the market. Maybe a lighter version like the Amiroll with the add of such technical solution would be useful for many people. I hope my answer is of any help to you.

    Jade Olsson says:
  • Good thinking! I would add a latch on the bottom with zippers at the sides so it could be used for shopping, too. Or design the seat area double layerd so you could flip it out to make a bag.
    And I don’t know if children like it to have their feet tangling loose…after a while the front end of the seat would cut into their legs, I’m afraid. Mayby just some straps would do it.

    Dirk16 says:
  • I want this stroller! It would be perfect for us! We live in the city in a walk-up and are always struggling on the stairs with babies and stroller! Will it be available soon?

    Adje says:
  • Hi!
    I was wondering if you also make your strollers for one child. Also, I live in the U.S. Where/how can I purchase one? How much does it cost – or where can I see that information online?
    Thank you.
    Pat Barconey

    Patricia Barconey says:

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