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Looking for a twin buggy/pushchair. Any suggestions?

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Hi All, I'm looking for a twin buggy/pushchair for my 1.5 year toddler and 1 month old baby. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated. Thx
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
Hi All,

I'm looking for a twin buggy/pushchair for my 1.5 year toddler and 1 month old baby.
Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated. Thx
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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#1
what sort r u after? i had a mutsy with my kids u can use it as a single or a double with the duo seat expensive though

http://www.mutsy.nl/products/urban_rider/specialSeats

http://www.mutsy.nl/products/urban_rider/options
#2
Something like the Phil & Ted's but not as expensive.
Perhaps like this one.
#3
ukmax2k
Something like the Phil & Ted's but not as expensive.
Perhaps like this one.


its hard when u have a baby as u still want a pram 4 baby not a stroller
i think the mutsys are very good and u can get all sorts of accesories including a little seat thing with a wheel on it for a toddler
#4
edjaned;6594002
its hard when u have a baby as u still want a pram 4 baby not a stroller
i think the mutsys are very good and u can get all sorts of accesories including a little seat thing with a wheel on it for a toddler


I'm sure the mutsys are well designed. However, they cost around £450 which is way over my budget!
#5
ukmax2k
I'm sure the mutsys are well designed. However, they cost around £450 which is way over my budget!


i know thats why i went to ebay
trying to think what else ive had,i know the ones with 2 seats one in front and one in back are heavy and i have also had a side by side but they r not really suitable for a baby
will keep an eye out for any deals :thumbsup:
#6
I looking at buying a out and about nipper 360 (single) and keep coming across fab reviews for the double one .
http://www.kiddicare.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?storeId=10001&catalogId=10751&langId=-1&productId=6404&source=froogle&cm_mmc=Froogle-_-Shopping%20Sites-_-CPC-_-Froogle#reviews_tab

I dont like the thought of the Phil and Ted ones, as baby doesnt get to look out at anything and they are at exhaust fumes hight, not nice!!
#7
leilahfun;6594190
I looking at buying a out and about nipper 360 (single) and keep coming across fab reviews for the double one .
http://www.kiddicare.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?storeId=10001&catalogId=10751&langId=-1&productId=6404&source=froogle&cm_mmc=Froogle-_-Shopping%20Sites-_-CPC-_-Froogle#reviews_tab

I dont like the thought of the Phil and Ted ones, as baby doesnt get to look out at anything and they are at exhaust fumes hight, not nice!!


True that the baby view is compromised for the compact size of the P&T style. But the side by side would not be suitable for my baby. Besides I can't fit this through the bus door when I use public transport. Thx for your input.
#8
I have one of these for my 2 year old and 10 week old.http://www.preciouslittleone.com/acatalog/Graco_Stadium_Duo_Midnight.html It does the job and I managed to buy one for around £90. They go for about £50 on ebay second hand. I bought it as I used to have a phil and ted and hated it. I didn't want to spend that sort of money again so thought I would just buy a cheap double one and I already have a single one with a buggy board from before. Also as I have a Graco car seat it fits on it to be able to use it for the school run. It is big and heavy but no worse than a £400 Phil and Ted. I suppose it depends on how much you use it but this is fine. They do an updated version of it which looks really nice, I'll see if I can find it to post a link but I think they are a lot more expensive
#10
This time last year I spent ages trying to find something suitable for my 2yr old and baby. I tried to avoid the P&T because it was so expensive and seemed a bit of a cliche to us.
In the end, we bought the P&T and haven't had a single regret. It is light, versatile, fits in our boot (and leaves room for shopping) and both the kiddies love being in it.
We are looking after it so that we can sell it on.
#13
i agree with the phil and teds as well, its a great buggy light weight and easy to get around town and on/off buses trains etc, you can get a seat that goes over a pram have posted the link not too pricey either
http://shop.ebay.co.uk/?_from=R40&_trksid=p3907.m38.l1313&_nkw=baby+dan+pram+seat&_sacat=See-All-Categories

hope that helps

wouldnt recommend the graco had that too very hard to lift up a big curb unless you are quite strong, aas the older child sits at the front, not ideal for on/off buses either because of the length, but good if you have a tight budget
#14
The Graco is not compact so that's not an option.
I think the OBaby XI Twin does the job of a P&T w/o breakin the bank.

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