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littlepiggie Mon 05-Feb-07 21:47:02

I has ds 10 months and pg with second (only one)

I am looking for a fear facing double buggie that will lie flat for a new born, 3 wheeler would be better as they have a smaller turniing circle and i live in a very hilly area.

Thought i would ask in here as i would think you know every double pushcair going

glamourbadger Tue 06-Feb-07 13:57:50

TAMBA (the twins association) do a great double buggy guide here . The reviews are from mums and I found it useful when chosing a double buggy.

I have a Jane Powertwin which I would really recommend. You can have the baby facing you in a capsule and an older child sitting in the front. It then converts into two forward facing seats. 3 wheeler so really easy to manoeuvre. Only downside is it is huge when folded so takes up the whole boot of the car.

cheekychick Tue 06-Feb-07 14:13:35

Have you heard of Phil and Ted they're great 3 wheeler. Think they're NZ made so you know its good quality. My sister bought one last year for her newborn and 19mth old. Its light heaps of accessories avail, sturdy. Her's lies flat and older child has his recliner chair on top. Later when bub's bit older you put but up the top and toddler seat on the bottom. I couldn't get over how easy it was to turn I love that we fight over who gets to push the pram.

AmyandArchie Tue 27-Feb-07 15:02:59

Hi
Emmaljunga do a beautiful rear facing and I want it! Nursery Rhymes in Salisbury can order them and she thinks you can add a buggy board. (01722412872) I'd also love to hear of more rearfacing doubles if anyone knows of any or from anyone who's actually got an Emmaljunga.
Thanks,
Amy

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