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Advice needed re phil and teds

(6 Posts)
MamaMia100 Thu 15-Sep-11 19:31:38

I am thinking of buying a 2or3 yr old p&t sport for £260. Includes double kit & cocoon. Apparently in good condition (going to see it tomorrow). So, does anyone know if there are any benefits of newer models? Kiddicare do the explorer for £400 (Inc double kit). I heard they no longer make the sport so worried that there might be probs with it that have been improved in newer models. Any advice greatly appreciated!!! Thanks smile

pramsgalore Thu 15-Sep-11 19:51:20

i have a sport and it is fine, if anything i have heard of problems with the newer ones, if i was to buy a second hand p&t i would go for the sport.
i now have a verve and they are fab,

mogs0 Thu 15-Sep-11 19:52:32

I'm not sure how the newer models differ but I have owned an e3 and a sport. I bought the e3 new 6 years ago and really loved it. I now have a sport which I bought secondhand about 2 years ago.

The things I love about the sport are the adjustable handle and the reclining second seat. It cost £200 off eBay and came with a suncover, raincover and parcel tray bag thingy.

BikeRunSki Thu 15-Sep-11 19:57:02

I have a Sport and love it. Never had any problems. I have used it very heavily for the last 2 years, and have actually bought a another barely used second one from Ebay for DC2 (due in 6 weeks), as it was cheaper to do that than buy the doubles kit, cocoon and raincovers new. I'd have no probs recommending a Sport, but I think you could get a second hand one in good condition with doubles kit for less than £260.

Huffpot Thu 15-Sep-11 20:05:17

I have a sport too bought second hand off EBay and absolutely love it!

MamaMia100 Fri 16-Sep-11 19:27:09

Thank you all for the replies and advice smile

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