I have to say Maclaren's single stroller was brilliant for my eldest but I bought the twin triumph for my twins and I have not stop swearing at it and complaining to Maclaren's. <br><br>Points I made to Maclaren's are:<br>the middle hinge of the canopy/sunshade sticks out at head height of the babies. This is extremely dangerous as the babies can, and have done, bash the side of their heads against this hard pointy hinge! Fatal! <br>The back support of the seats do not restrict the babies from leaning forward as far as possible. This is dangerous as my toddlers lean forward and almost touch the floor in front with their heads!<br>The build quality is cheap. It would expect better from the Maclaren. I use it everyday for the short school run and I feel like I am rattling and wobbling down the road.<br>The wheels are too small. They catch every crack in the pavements and bolt the babies heads and bodies forward on impact.<br>The unfolding of the pram is very difficult. It is so so stiff. The folding isn't so stiff but is still quite bad to the extent that I bent the catch that holds the pram close. <br>Anyway it is no surprise I am getting rod of this and getting the Mothercare Xoob2.Read moreLess
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