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okay... a double, one piece fold as small and light as possible for quick trips..

(10 Posts)
poocatcherchampion Tue 05-Nov-13 21:02:26

hit me with it!

any advance on the my child sienta or cosatto double?

both look flimsy but seem to do what I want them to, namely not take up much room in the car and not need putting together.

we have a newborn and 18mo and an oyster Max which we love but is a pain to put up and attach for 10 mins in b&q. the sling gets in the way and dd1 is not a reliable walker yet.

thoughts please?

anyone owned one of these two?

thanks in advance!

Rockchick1984 Wed 06-Nov-13 15:52:56

Double baby jogger city mini?

MiaowTheCat Wed 06-Nov-13 18:04:08

Cosatto side by side double? They're not bad as stroller fold ones go - mine was less flimsy than the M+P Kato double I use now (it was just bright pink so HAD to go).

BikeRunSki Wed 06-Nov-13 18:16:53

M&P Pulse double

Soldierskittle Wed 06-Nov-13 18:23:43

I had a sienta duo. It was just the thing for very occassional use round town

poocatcherchampion Wed 06-Nov-13 18:39:38

thanks! esp soldier.

I didn't mention no idea why we have a maclaren twin techno currently but its a pita to put up and is massive folded and has to go diagonally across the boot. and isn't that great to push either. I don't want to use it ever again really but I am really struggling with single and sling or reins.

poocatcherchampion Fri 08-Nov-13 08:45:16

I've also now seen the graco duo twin. which is very lightweight although does take up space in the boot but flattish. anyone have any thoughts on that?

Tiggywunkle Fri 08-Nov-13 23:32:37

I like the Sienta Duo. However bear in mind its very long folded - probably longer than the Maclaren Twin. I think it will suit your age gap now, but as your eldest gets older, you will find he can reach the floor and 'paddle' the pushchair along. But I think you will get a good years use out of it before that happens. Its easy to push.

poocatcherchampion Sat 09-Nov-13 09:31:45

thanks. maybe I'll whizz up to babies r us and give it a try in the car.

killpeppa Sat 09-Nov-13 09:34:09

I have the my childgrin

I love it!!!
easy fold, great for getting around shops, HUGE basket. not too heavy and not too expensive.

I got mine in boots, so I got boots points as well grin

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