Baby Jogger City Select Twin/Tandem
Boosiehs · 25/09/2015 15:31
Does anyone have any views on this buggy? DS1 will be 2.4 when DS2 comes along. DS1 is a bolter and still likes a nap in the buggy.... otherwise we would have bought a buggy board.
Alternatively any other good non-side by side double buggy recommendations?
We wouldn't fit a side by side in our house (even the slim ones).
Laquila · 25/09/2015 16:46
I was literally just coming on here to post the exact same question!
I'm also wondering whether we'll get that much use out of it given that the reviews seem to say it's great until it gets too heavy, and with my son being 80th centile now, I'm a bit worried that it'll be unusable within a few months.
sammassammas · 25/09/2015 16:50
It's a fab buggy, ds1 is 3.5 and ds2 is 18mo (90th centile). No problems at all folds up well really easy to push with both boys in. Can even manage it one handed
Butterfliesprettybutterflies · 25/09/2015 16:56
it's very very long and I couldn't push it up onto the kerb with my two (quite light for their age) toddlers in it. I didn't have it when they were younger but it doesn't work for us now I have to admit - phil and teds is much much easier to push
Boosiehs · 25/09/2015 18:17
i like phil &t but not for a newborn.
I think we might go with this, found an offer for £700 for the whole package including a carry cot!
Laquila · 25/09/2015 22:55
Thanks all - can anyone compare it to the Versa GT or the BJCM size/compactness-wise, when folded? I have both and would have expected the Select to be the biggest but may be wrong.
Butterflies dos you have a newborn in your Phil & Teds? Which one was it?
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