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Rosewhit Mon 07-Dec-15 11:55:49

Think I've looked at every twin buggy / pram going and still undecided confused

I had thought the 365 nipper but I cannot fit it through the front door shock

What are people going with? I do both walking and car journeys xx

ButtfaceMiscreant Mon 07-Dec-15 14:19:41

We went with the Baby Jogger City Select. We also have a 22month old so if she is in it with one twin (the other in a sling) it can be quite heavy but easy to manoeuvre and it isn't much longer than a single.

One of the things I liked about it was one child isn't sat almost on the floor as is the case with so many in-line double prams. But it is a personal choice, and I'd recommend trying some out before purchasing.

Happy hunting!

Minibelle Wed 09-Dec-15 15:31:35

We have the Icandy peach blossom and can't fault it. The carrycots are a bit of a waste tbh as we used the car seats more unless we were out for the day or if I was walking.

My twins are now in the seat units and seem comfortable. The lower seat is set further back so they do have a bit of a view.

vestandknickers Wed 09-Dec-15 15:35:14

We had the nipper 365 and it was FAB! Didn't fit through our front door either but it didn't really matter. We kept it in the boot of the car and loaded and unloaded babies right by the front door. We had a very small playpen with a few toys that we used as a "holding area" for the twin first out or last into the buggy. Worked a treat!

FondantFancy66 Fri 11-Dec-15 10:19:55

We got the Vista. It's doing the job well so far.

Mummyofonesofar Tue 15-Dec-15 15:28:04

I am 24w and have just bought to Vista, of all the ones we tried in the shop I found this the lightest, smallest one where both children can see outwards rather than having one in your shopping basket.

jamesblake7 Mon 04-Jan-16 11:57:31

The Peach blossom sounds ideal for you as it is a tandem pushchair. Its also good on transportation and when shopping! My friend had one and i thought it was really well made and sturdy! definitely one you should consider.

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