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Bugaboo donkey or similar

(6 Posts)
bettybookam Thu 05-Jan-17 14:51:53

My 1st Is 9 months and expecting my 2nd in May..
So will have newborn and 13 month old..
Heart is set on bugaboo donkey however also needing to buy a car so wondering if there is anything similar for a bit less.
Really want side by side & parent facing..
Thanks x

calimommy Thu 12-Jan-17 06:36:28

It's not side by side but I can really recommend the Uppababy Vista. You can do so many variations and it can be both single or double. I was also in mind for the donkey but decided against it for width reasons.
I'm sure you'd be happy with either.

user1476799835 Fri 13-Jan-17 14:44:45

I use the iCandy Peach, you have said you want a side by side but i can only recommend what i have. I love our peach, it makes it super simple to get in and out of places when we are shopping as it can fit on the bus and get in the smaller shops which is a big deal for my other half who doesn't always have a car. Its also looks great and is easy to use- i would deff say its worth having a look at in a shop smile Hope this helps.

greenlizard Mon 16-Jan-17 19:26:14

I have a donkey and really like it. Light to push. Srable with two very different weights on board. Variations on how you want the seats/bassinet. Can be used as a single/or double. Easy to dismantle. Down sides are you need a big boot, it is quite wide and the raincovers are a nightmare to get on.

daisydaisychain Thu 02-Feb-17 16:54:26

Do you find the donkey too wide for any shop doors or the bus/narrow pavements etc? I know how wide it is but can't envisage whether it would be a problem.

seafoodeatit Sat 11-Feb-17 20:16:13

Have you made any decisions yet? we're in the same situation - soon to be 13 month age gap, we've just bought a house so funds are low.

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