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icandy Pear and buggy boards help!!

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Macy2505 Mon 06-Jul-09 21:32:12

Hi, i'm 35 weeks pregnant with non-id twin girls and already have a 25 month old girl. Can anyone help?? Other than being totally scared with what's about to happen i'm also a bit stuck how i'm going to take all 3 out anywhere. we've bought the icandy pear and just wondered if anyone has ever attached a buggy board or one of those pod things which looks like another seat attached to the side?? my little 2 year old is good at walking but not long distances and I would feel safer if they were all strapped in somehow. Any advice would be great thank you. Sorry i'm new on here so don't know the shorthand!

Balamorybaby Thu 09-Jul-09 19:54:57

Hi, I've got an Icandy pear that I use for my b/g twins and my 2yr old rides on a buggyboard on the rear.

It's a lascal maxi buggyboard and it is attatched to the pip convertor frame not the actual icandy frame.

Hope that helps.

BKD Fri 10-Jul-09 10:08:45

I went and had a look at the ICandy Pear yesterday and had a similar question as my DS will only be 23 months when the twins come along. You can use a buggy board with the Pear, we checked it out on the manufacturers website. However the Pear will not fit in the lift in our block of flats so its back to the drawing board. I am now thinking of an easywalker duo and about to head out into the world armed with a tape measure to see what will work!

Macy2505 Sun 12-Jul-09 19:46:00

Thanks very much for your advice, has put my mind at rest for one problem anyway!!

curiositykilled Thu 16-Jul-09 23:35:21

Might help to get either a twin carrier (e.g. weego), a single one for one of the twins or a back carrier for the toddler (maybe a sling would do all these jobs) just in case the toddler wants a rest while you're out or is being naughty. Then you will have options for seat swapping at least. There is also a quite good looking triple/quad/twin buggy from australia called the ABC adventure buggy. Could you maybe sell the icandy and get the ABC one instead?

curiositykilled Thu 16-Jul-09 23:36:31

oh, the buggypod thing is rubbish. Cheap and heavy, hard to push and breaks easily - don't go near it!

mel2005 Mon 20-Jul-09 19:15:36

i hated the buggypod as well it never felt safe.
i use a kiddy board with my icandy pear, i love them (and have two on my mountain buggy twin) it cost £14 inc postage from e-bay. they are easy to get on and off and dont get in the way. they are like this one,
cgi.ebay.co.uk/KIDDYBOARD-by-LASCAL-toddler-pushchair-board-LADYBIRD_W0QQitemZ150355999470QQcmdZView ItemQQptZUK_Baby_Pushchair_Accessories_parts_ET?hash=item2301ea7aee&_trksid=p3286.c0.m14&_trkparms=6 5%3A10%7C66%3A2%7C39%3A1%7C293%3A1%7C294%3A50

ingridwel Tue 25-Aug-09 11:32:36

Hi,i hv the iCandy pear 4 my b/b twins,but my iCandy stockist told me that i cant put a buggy board on any pram coz it invalidates the warranty........just incase you hv any probs. I knw iCandy r really gd @ hlping out, but i guess its different with the warranty thing!
I. x

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