i am currently looking for a new double pram for my 8 week old and 17 month old.
I am considering the baby jogger city mini double or steelcraft agile double.
I like the ease of the fold down and easy to assembly and then click the kids in and your off. Both seats can recline and have there own shade hood.
My only con is that they are wider then a single pram?
How much trouble do you have with the wider pram?
Any tips and advice would be great.
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13-01-2014 10:41 #1Senior Member
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Anyone with a side by side double pram?? advice please
13-01-2014 10:50 #2
I had a mountain buggy duo, didn't have many issues, about as many as I do with my single pram! I would always pick a side/side pram, no regrets!
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13-01-2014 13:57 #3Senior Member
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I have baby jogger city GT for twins and its great. No problems fitting anywhere. The fold down is brilliant!
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13-01-2014 14:03 #4
Have a look at the mountain buggy duet. It's not as wide as most but is still quite roomy I'd the same width as a strider.
13-01-2014 14:49 #5
I have a mountain buggy duet. Love it. Its easy to push. It isnt as wide as my single strider and I havrnt got stuck anywhere in it. Ie havr fit through check outs etc. My 6 year old sits in it fine.
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13-01-2014 16:12 #6
I have the city mini double and I love it. Can fit through a standard doorway.
Only issue is the basket is hard to access. Although I believe with models later than mine (2011) they have changed the design a bit so it's easier to access.
Oh and I bought mine from Amazon for $485 inc shipping when they were selling here for $900+.
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