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Old Jun 28th, 2014, 15:41 PM   1
bizzibii
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twin buggy recommendations?( suitable from birth)


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I have a real big problem deciding and I would love some " real life " feedback from you all ? What twin buggy ( suitable from birth ) did you use/would recommend? tandem or side by side ? I am hesitant to pay 1500 Pounds for a bugaboo only to find out it's not practical to use etc.



 
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Old Jun 30th, 2014, 05:04 AM   2
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I noticed my friend with two young ones had a hard time getting a side by side double stroller in and out of her front door so we are planning on getting one that is not side by side. But that's all I really know!



 
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Old Jul 2nd, 2014, 20:10 PM   3
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I asked the same question some weeks ago if you want to have a look at this thread. I'm personally going to get the duowalker easywalker that has carrycots and maxicosis and is good up til they are 3 X

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Old Jul 9th, 2014, 15:39 PM   4
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I love my Bugaboo Donkey! Not as wide as you would think with the seats or bassinets on.



 
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Old Jul 18th, 2014, 02:40 AM   5
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I have a baby city jogger tandem and I love it. My girls are 4 weeks old on sunday and weve hsd no problem with it in shops etc. We will get an out and about for dog walks once they have out grown the basinets x



 
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Old Jul 18th, 2014, 18:57 PM   6
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I am in the US but I got the City Jogger Select Double.... I WOULDNT EVER USE ANYTHING ELSE. This thing has been so amazing. I even use it in the house so I can move the girls about while I do house work.

Very glad I didn't get a side by side! You can arrange the seats anyway you want with the car seats as well as the stroller seats when they are old enough to sit up unassisted.



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Old Jul 20th, 2014, 04:16 AM   7
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I haven't had my babies yet but I've bought the oyster max. I tried out a lot of buggies and felt that for me this offered the best in terms of ease of folding, fit into a small car boot, lightweight and not too pricey. The only cons I could see are that the baby on the lower seat doesn't have a good view and there isn't a lot of storage space for shopping.



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Old Jul 20th, 2014, 10:28 AM   8
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I have the baby jogger city mini double. It's the only pushchair I have ever had and it suits by girls just as well now at almost 3 as it did when they were newborn. It's a side by side but fits through most doors very well, I have never had a problem with shop doors etc. I believe now you can fit car seats on them but they couldn't when I got mine. I had carrycots which aren't necessary but looked more comfy for my girls when they were small and it even fits in the boot of my ford fiesta. Xx



 
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Old Jul 20th, 2014, 10:42 AM   9
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thank you ladies of all the input



 
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Old Jul 21st, 2014, 16:00 PM   10
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Baby Jogger city mini. I wish I had had it from the start



 
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