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double/tandem that folds up neatly, is fairly lightweight and will fit through front door?!
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frazzled74 · 17/05/2013 21:55

thats it really, I have a normal sized front door and want to get in and out without waking sleeping babies.

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forevergreek · 18/05/2013 21:17

Nipper v3 (72cm) or mountain buggy duet (63cm)

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Ihateparties · 18/05/2013 09:50

You'd be okay with 74cm ones, the bjcm will be very tight though. The newer 72cm wide nipper would be great, you'd have to be certain it was a narrower one if buying second hand though as the older ones are 77cm irrc so wouldn't fit.

You would probably get a used mb duo for pretty cheap, ditto bjcm if you think one will fit (sounds like it might not, seem to think they're 75.5 so it would be a major squeeze).

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MiaowTheCat · 18/05/2013 08:56

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maltravers · 17/05/2013 23:21

Nipper/out n abouter is fab if the dimensions fit. Used to be the favoured option for twins mums when I had mine (8 years back so models may have moved on).

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frazzled74 · 17/05/2013 23:11

thanks, the door opening is 76cm so quite tight for most side by sides, i like the look of the baby jogger ,just going to look for dimensions now.

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lurcherlover · 17/05/2013 23:03

The baby jogger is side by side and both seats recline. I got mine for £200 from eBay including a baby carrycot and all the accessories in really good condition.

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Ihateparties · 17/05/2013 22:55

Do us a favour and measure your door... a LOT of side by sides are 74-76cm wide. If the door will allow for that then the world ebay, gumtree, preloved etc is your oyster.

Two reclining seats on a tandem is harder to find and generally brings quite a bit more expense and tandems also usually involve more compromises on other things like tipping up curbs, turning, folding and all round handling.

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frazzled74 · 17/05/2013 22:46

Thanks, I would prefer side by side but presumed that none would fit through door, both seats need to recline and budget is as cheap as possible! happy to buy second hand.

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Ihateparties · 17/05/2013 22:36

Side by side or tandem? A standard size front door should accommodate the majority if side by sides. If you prefer a tandem do you need both seats to recline? What sort of budget?

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lurcherlover · 17/05/2013 22:01

I can fit my Baby Jogger through my front door - it's a squeeze, but it fits. It's a doddle to fold and lighter than my single pram! Admittedly my single is a stokke, the heaviest pram in the world, but still...

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