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    Default Steelcraft Agile Twin

    Pregnant with bub number 2 and I'm looking to upgrade to a side by side double pram. I currently have a Strider Plus which is fine for 1 but I don't like how the 2nd seat is so low which is why I am looking at a side by side.

    Just stumbled across the Agile Twin and it looks like the capsule I have for my stroller will fit this pram which is a bonus as I loved having a travel system for DS.

    Has anyone got this pram? What's it like? Pros/cons?

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    Bump! Nobody????

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    I've read it's very very similar to the BJCM twin and a good competitor for the price (on another forum)..sorry I don't have any personal experience though.

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    Default Steelcraft Agile Twin

    Sorry I can't help you, but bumping your thread as I'm looking at that pram too.

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    City mini is Spose to be good. I took it for a test drive and it's very light and easy to steer.

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    I've looked at the City Mini and Mountain Buggy Duet..but the price and the fact that my capsule fits in the Agile is quickly winning me over!!

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    One more bump...

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    I have the single agile which i love... No experience with the double though. Hopefully someone here has one!

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    Is it easy to steer?

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    Default Re: Steelcraft Agile Twin

    I have an agile twin on layby for a toddler and baby. Going to change it to something else as the foot rests are not adjustable for bub so his legs will be poking out into nowhere which would be uncomfy when asleep and he's almost too big for his capsule to click that in there

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