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    Default Pram recommendations.

    Hello ladies.

    So I'm 9w pregnant with #3.
    DS2 will be 20months when bub comes along so I need to update my pram to a double.
    I don't want side by side, I would like top and bottom
    Also if possible I would like it with pump up tyres as we live in the country and do a lot of walking on gravel.
    I know pump up can be hard to find sometimes though.


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    Sorry not sure what pump up tyres are I have a city select and love it

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    Mountain buggy duet. Love ours and pump up tyres was one thing I wanted for our double pram as well

    Edit: sorry just re read, the duet is side by side however it isnt a huge side by side like some are. May be worth a look at in person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maternidade View Post
    Sorry not sure what pump up tyres are I have a city select and love it
    That you pump up with air rather than just plastic or rubber.


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    Mountain buggy plus one?

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    I prefer side by side but have had the Phil and Teds Explorer with ds1 and ds2 and it was fab, we lived in the country at the time too. Just be aware that pump up tyres = lots of flats with prickles which was an issue for us! Make sure you have spare tubes or consider a hard tyre with suspension.

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    And don't forget a sun cover, that was good to!

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    Quote Originally Posted by headoverfeet View Post
    I prefer side by side but have had the Phil and Teds Explorer with ds1 and ds2 and it was fab, we lived in the country at the time too. Just be aware that pump up tyres = lots of flats with prickles which was an issue for us! Make sure you have spare tubes or consider a hard tyre with suspension.

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    I've been looking at Phil and teds actually
    Been looking at the navigator


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    I hated my p and t. I have a beema duo at the moment, it has eva filled tyres though


 

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