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    Default Double pram for jogging?

    I would like to take up jogging or even just FAST walking, so I would need a double pram to take the kids.
    Can anyone recommend a good one?

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    Highly suggest a phil & teds model. I have a second hand e3 that I got off Ebay and I love it. So easy to push, easy to attach the second seat and rides smoothly over all terrain. Even folds up nicely compared to some double prams which are rather bulky :-)

    Hope this helps a little!!!

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    Hello I cant really help to much but I tried to use our jogger pram that has one seat in front of the other and it gets off balance so easy I'd suggest a side by side seated on. Good luck.

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    I also have a side by side stroller.qhich i find very heavy to push and too wide for shopping etc :-)

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    Check out the croozer, chariot or pacific jogging prams, they are very stable and lighter than normal prams and also convert to a trailer for your bike. There is lots of accessories for the croozer and chariot prams like newborn sling and sun covers. The kids have plenty of room with cup holders, 5 point harness and full rain and weather protection and these prams are great on any terrain plus fold up small to fit most cars.

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