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    Default Twin stroller - help!

    I'm expecting twins this November, about to start searching for a double stroller.
    I think I would prefer a side by side (as apposed to stacked) at least whilst they are small.
    I'm liking the look of the bugaboo donkey duo, with the flat bed carriers that can be swapped for seats when they're older.
    Has anyone purchased/used this stroller? Any other recommendations for twin prams?
    Thanks!

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    Two different friends with twins or babies close in age recommend the Zee Spark Duo by Valco. The seats easily change from bassinet to regular seat, plenty of basket space and they're really easy to push.

    http://www.valcobaby.com.au/product/spark_duo#3

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    Yep I use a donkey for my 2 that are a bit over a year apart. I love it especially the basket underneath for shopping trips. You can also get capsule adaptors which would make life easier for you. I only used the bassinette for about 2 months so would have preferred the capsule adaptors and then going straight to the seat when they have better head control I don't think buying the bassinette is necessary.

    Best of luck with everything.

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    I know a few people with this one and they seen to like it - http://www.productreview.com.au/p/ba...ni-double.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by lolz83 View Post
    I know a few people with this one and they seen to like it - http://www.productreview.com.au/p/ba...ni-double.html
    I dont have twins but was going to suggest this one. I do have a city mini single which is really great. If I was going side by side I would choose the city mini gt!

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    Hated my donkey. Owned two.

    Get the valco heaps cheaper x

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    Hated my donkey. Owned two.

    Get the valco heaps cheaper x
    What made you hate it?

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    I love my donkey, would get another in a heartbeat.

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    I have the mini double and love love love it. I don't have twins though. So easy to fold, I can fit it and a single mini in the back of my car and still have room for groceries, and they have excellent sunshade.

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    A friend of mine had the donkey and although absolutely fabulous pram it was so cumbersome to pack into car and time consuming. It had to be packed in parts and put together everytime which is not ideal with babies waiting. Great if you have the boot space and patience.


 

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