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    Default Mountain buggy duet 2.5 question

    Hi all,
    Baby number 2 is expected when my first is 2.5 years old.. I'm loving the look of the duet for its size but wondering whether it's a waste of money for this age gap!

    I will definitely be getting a double as we go on long walks and plan on continuing that when new baby arrives, just wanting people's experiences with the mountain buggy a for toddlers!

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    Default Mountain buggy duet 2.5 question

    I have the model before this and absolutely love it :-) I currently have an 8mth old and 2y3m old we use it for long walks or long shopping days :-) my only regret was not getting it sooner. it's got plenty of space (seats themselves and basket under pram) and and steers really well :-)

    just add I have a pretty long/tall toddler and a little chubby baby and they fit fine in it :-)


 

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