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Twin pushchair

(7 Posts)
MrsPearce2015 Sat 13-Dec-14 12:08:13

Hello!
I am in need of advice on the best twin/triplet pushchairs out there.
We are expecting baby no2 (maybe 3 as well!!) and already have an 11 month old. So wanted to know if anyone out their had had multiple births and the pushchairs they decided on!

Thanks!

Coconutjoe Sat 13-Dec-14 20:00:18

Loved my city Mini double. Had a two year old one side and a carry cot the other. No wider than a doorway, dream to push. The tandems weren't for me but I know it's a personal preference thing.

Would I would have definitely consider a second hand donkey as I love the look, but don't know what they are like.

Hope you find one you like and all goes well with the birth.

MiaowTheCat Sat 13-Dec-14 20:32:06

Best double I had (with an 11 month age gap) was a Nipper. Fantastic to push and steer one handed, so manouverable I could do so while carrying a stropping toddler flailing away under one arm as well getting the buggy up and down kerbs.

Then later on when I often had one walking and used the second seat for carting all sorts of crap about - an old P+T got used a lot (but I wouldn't recommend personally until you're into the two toddlers age range)

NishyM Mon 15-Dec-14 13:02:29

My friend has ICandy Peach 3 in grey for her DD and DS, I pushed it myself and really liked it, it was really light and easy to steer even with both babies in.

AnnyMummy Thu 18-Dec-14 16:27:18

I have the Mountain Buggy duet 2.5 double twin pram and love it. you can steer it with only one hand which makes your everyday life much easier. If you have two children you just can't have two occupied hands all the time. We bought it off www.prams.net because it was on sale. Don't know if it still is though. The best thing is that you can not only steer it with one hand, you can adjust the backrests with one hand as well.

Helish Fri 19-Dec-14 19:56:29

I have twins and a toddler and we have a nipper. Great buggy, really light and easy to push and the toddler sits on the front when he gets fed up of walking. I can still push one-handed with all three sat on it.

arghhelpme Mon 29-Dec-14 18:11:23

I have the bjcm double gt for my 10 week old twins. Have the carrycots added on top. It is easy to push but i have got stuck in a few places due to its size. Also have a britax bdual, i find that one a bit bulky so have just gone and got a sling and a single buggy to see if it makes my life any easier.

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