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Mountain buggy swift on london buses?

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bumblemouse Fri 07-Oct-16 08:40:13

I love my bee for fitting on tight buses but it's getting very old and one child has outgrown its weight limit. Thinking about a Swift as I love my Duet, has anyone got experience of fitting it in a london bus though? I don't want to be the person people roll their eyes at when they get on with a tank. Also want to be able to fold easily if necessary, I've managed it with the duet a few times.

Is the swift the best one? The plus one looks amazing but a bit big for public transport? I would always rather walk a few miles than get the bus hence preferring MB to bee, but sometimes it's necessary. Older child is 3 but is not going to walk six miles on a whim. I thought she could scoot then when tired I'll put the baby in a sling and she can have the buggy.

bumblemouse Fri 07-Oct-16 14:47:46

Or could you fit two children in the seat of the swift for short distances (not on busy roads)

bumblemouse Fri 07-Oct-16 14:48:07

Or could you fit two children in the seat of the swift for short distances (not on busy roads)

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