I had a combie we2 double it was my first ever double. it was ok, but the seats never came upright enough, the seat liners and footmuffs were usually it was alright, not sure what the singles are like?
Do you mean so that the legs can remain up as in lying down?
If yes, there is a bar in either side that is supposed to hold up the end for that purpose but it's not very effective.
I never found it a prob though as my dd could lie in it comfortably (and horizontally) when smaller (2 now) but now she hardly ever sleeps in buggy anyway so not an issue.
A friend has offered to sell me her combi double that she has barely used...I am considering it as have been happy with the single despite bits of it that I would change but just don't know if I will really need a double (there will be 2 yrs 2 months between them).
seats not upright enough for toddler, seat liners constantly slip so nightmare getting kids in, footmuffs not big enough to cover either newborn or toddler. Luka never looked right in it as a toddler. felt flimsy to push. I think it isn't worth the money luckily only paid £180 new for mine from kiddicare. i sold it after a few months. can you borrow it first for the day and see what you think?
tbh i would see how you get on then maybe? does dd go to nursery yet? as you will only want a single now? there is 18m exactly between my ds', I had the combiewe2, then a cosatto duet lite which was awful! Then a cosatto umbrella fold which i loved but broke so bought a maclaren twin which was fab too but got too heavy as boys grew! They are now 2.9yrs and 15m i got a p&t 2months ago and its been the best for two toddlers.
You might get away with a sling when your dd needs a buggy? I would wait personally but your dd may suddenly decides she wants a buggy or a carry once baby arrives!! X
we have a combi dash,i really like it cos it folds up really small,came with everything, including carry bag,and is really light considering it reclines. got it cos ds (3) still needs to sleep in the day sometimes.
She does usually have a nap after nursery although the last 3 days she has been fighting her sleep.
I sure hope that she can keep them up as she gets so ratty when she is tired that she becomes quite difficult.
But that's precisely the thing - if she naps, then the only time I could potentially need a double is on Fridays (her day off) and weekend but hub is here anyway so worst case is we have 2 buggies when we go out or just use the buggy board and or sling.
wait til bubs arrives and makes your mind up, we regularly used two buggies and much preferred it tbh and that way i could carry on with my pram collection!! once you have baby you can then try out prams in RL and decide what best suits your needs xx