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    Vista here. Love it. Basket is huge. Use it for my newborn and 20 month old. So light to push with two kids in itImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1426644539.977114.jpg
    Haven't got a pic with the kids in it sorry.

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    I would recommend icandy either peach3 or apple2pear. Both are excellent double prams and are also really nice as a single pram when you no longer need a double. I like the way the peach folds up but it's quite a bit heavier than the apple. Both are easy to manoeuvre even in double mode.

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    Icandy peach blossom was awesome but awkward for me so I recommend city select

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    Stokke for sure!! I have a emmy and bugaboo donkey😂

    Have you looked at the new Emmys? You can purchase and import them over here just not test drive first

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    I have a Graco double pram and it's awesome

    http://www.gracobaby.com/products/pa...r-viceroy.aspx

    I think that's the American site so the prices are much lower than I paid, I got mine on eBay though and it was a bit over $300 with postage (and it took a bit of time to get here). If you want the newborn capsule it's separate and almost as much as the pram, I didn't bother with it and just laid the front seat down all the way, my Bub was pretty big so it worked well .
    I like that it has a seat you can pull out and there is seat and standing platform under it for older kids.


 

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