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    Default Inline or Tandem prams for twins? (or more)

    Hi everyone,

    I'm researching prams (or trying too!) I'm wondering what your decision was regarding buying an inline or tandem pram?

    I'm thinking inline - but I'd like some advice.

    Thanks in advance!

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    Hi lithium I am going to piggy back on your thread because I am looking for the same advice. I have not seen any inline ones, but the side by side looks so wide!!

    Hopefully some mums will help us

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    I'm hoping so too Squishy - because I haven't the faintest idea where to start with prams!!!!

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    I loved my twin DD's being side by side so they could interact with each other.
    Most are made to fit through standard doorways, I only ever had a problem with a few doors.

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    Thanks Brooke can u recommend a brand or give us an idea of what to look for in a good side by side (or avoid!) ?
    Thanks

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    Go for something lightweight and easy to fold up so you don't have much trouble with fitting it in your boot.
    I'd recommend doing measurements first.
    4 wheelers are probably best.

    That being said though I had a 3 wheeler Bugatti and loved it, lasted 3 years and was cheap.
    Had crappy ratings but I loved it.

    Have a look at this link.
    http://www.bubs.com.au/_products/Pra.../Twin-137.aspx

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    Check out Mountain Buggy Duet. It's a side by side but it's the same width as many single prams and it fits through regular doorways.

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    (Be careful - there's another one called the Duo but it's bigger.)

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    Baby jogger city mini double is a great side by side. light and fits through a standard doorway. Also has a SUPER easy fold.
    Last edited by felicia81; 12-06-2012 at 06:39.

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    Awesome, thanks everyone. I will be checking all of those out! At least a place to start


 

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