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    Default A good cheapish tandem pram???

    Hi,

    My dd will be 2yrs old when little blob will be born.
    I am wanting recommendations on tandem double prams. I don't want to spend a massive amount because I will be keeping my combi for when dd doesn't sit in a pram anymore.
    Pls help

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    Do you have an idea of how much you want to spend? My idea of 'cheapish' may be different to yours and the next persons.

    And if you have a pram you like, can you add a universal skate board attachment for your toddler to hitch a ride? Or a toddler seat?

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    I don't really want to spend more than $500.
    Hmmm don't think I want the step thing for dd, she likes to have a nap sometimes in the pram and I'd like her to still have that option.

    Thanks.

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    http://www.productreview.com.au/p/bo...ux-tandem.html

    I got the above for $200-300. Great for walks to the park and shop trips. Not the best on the market, but cheap and umbrella folds.

    I'm not sure how this one differs:

    http://www.productreview.com.au/p/bootiq-ruby-duo.html
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    You could always carry new bubba in a baby bjorn for 6 months?
    You can find some cheap side by side strollers on eBay?

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    On sale (If you hunt around) You can get the mountain buggy duet for around $600. I know it's not that cheap but with prams you get what you pay for iykwim.

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    I think your better off going with a good quality second hand pram, maybe check out gumtree

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    I'd invest in a good sling or wrap for bub or a good quality, second hand pram.


 

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