Bubba #2 in on the way, and DD will be 18 months old when he/she will be born.
I was going to 'wait and see' but every mum I spoke to said I will need a double pram. Currently I have a bugaboo bee and I love it.
Ive been trying to do some research but its all so confusing! and there doesn't seem to be much out there.
The ones that have caught my attention are:
bugaboo donkey I don't like how its side by side as I imagine it would be difficult to manoeuvre around the shops.
orbit helix I like the many options (thinking if one kid starts kicking or what not!) however it feels squishy and doesn't look comfortable for mum to push... and where would I hook my bag if the bottom seat is right under the handle!
Icandy peach looks a lot like the orbit except even more squishy!
ANyone have any other suggestions?
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28-04-2013 09:23 #1
Choosing a double pram, help me!
28-04-2013 09:47 #2Senior Member
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Baby jogger city select. Love mine!
28-04-2013 10:21 #3
28-04-2013 10:33 #4Senior Member
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i think city select is over rated. when the older child gets heavier it gets harder to steer. i would go with a strider compact.
28-04-2013 10:57 #5
We have a mountain buggy double. I would always select a side by side over one where one child sits behind the other. I hate how claustrophobic they look. I like my kids sitting beside each other. I've had it for nearly 5 years and it's going great. It gets used a lot.
28-04-2013 11:20 #6Senior Member
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Another baby jogger city select lover here. I absolutely love nine and I still Okies it daily with my 21 mth old and 3.6 yr ds.
28-04-2013 11:48 #7
When we were at markets yesterday I saw a veebee twin pram. Very compact ! Not sure the model. See if I can find it . Look at strider compact. My pram is the agile plus and it comes in a twin as well. By far easiest pram I've used . Light weight easy to put up and down capsule option. Go see the ladies at pram warehouse on underwood rd opposite bunnings/big w
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28-04-2013 11:53 #8Senior Member
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28-04-2013 13:41 #9
I got the donkey also well it's still on laybuy as we plan on having two kids, I like the fact they cam sit next to each other. Baby one isn't due to October but I do want the second close In age.
29-04-2013 19:24 #10
I have a p&t sport and adore it. But my next pram will be a strider for the shops and a new p&t explorer for walks etc.
Are you looking for a pram compatible with a car capsule?
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