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    Default Mountain buggy duet?

    Does anybody have one?
    And if so, what are your pro's/con's?

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    Anybody???

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    I have a regular Mountain Buggy Urban Jungle. I love it, way better than the Phil & Teds I had before it.

    Not helpful at all I know, but bump!

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    Thanks! Anybody else?

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    Bumping for the night ladies

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    I've bought one but haven't used it yet. It looks great. Good wheels for walks etc, fits through small doorways, good sunshades and basket.

    The two downsides are it's quite large when folded (I guess most double prams are) and the seats are slightly smaller than some other prams (but I figure if I get 3 years of being able to fit into doorways and shops, it's worth it!)

    For older siblings it may not be great but IMO it's perfect for twins.

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    Awesome! Might have to go and see how well DS will fit in it!

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    does anyone know if the bassinet for the DUET is the same as the one for the DUO?

    I'm pretty sure the capsule adaptors are the same.

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    I'm also looking at this pram, my DS (2yo) fits in it nicely now, but I am waiting to see how much he grows in the next 4 months before bubs arrives. The seats aren't overly tall, they are fine with the canopy back but seem a bit short with the canopy closed and the seat upright. If I can at least get 12 months use out of it, he can then use the scooter and hopefully we will have a #3!

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    Quote Originally Posted by swizzlestick View Post
    I'm also looking at this pram, my DS (2yo) fits in it nicely now, but I am waiting to see how much he grows in the next 4 months before bubs arrives. The seats aren't overly tall, they are fine with the canopy back but seem a bit short with the canopy closed and the seat upright. If I can at least get 12 months use out of it, he can then use the scooter and hopefully we will have a #3!
    If you don't mind me asking, how big is your DS?


 

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