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    Yep the Donovan be used in single mode with a little side basket

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    I'm getting a donkey, due with #2 in jan and ds is turning 3 on the weekend. I just want to have a great pram that will do two if I need to and still be great in single mode. I also wanted side by side.

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    I'm tossing up donkey vs city select now!


    Me: 32, DH: 34
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    City select is much heavier and harder to maneuver IMHO. If price isn't an issue I'd rather go something that has resale value and is user friendly

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    I think have a definite set of features you need, whether it be light, double, durable tyres.. And go and test some out, having an open mind for what you need in a pram. I agree with PP that you cant have everything, but testing it out will give you a better appreciation than simply researching.

    Good luck

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    Here in townsville there's such a limited selection to try 👎

    I might see if the one baby shop we have has them both!



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    I have a bugaboo buffalo and love it! I don't have a car so we walk everywhere. I also have a city mini gt as DSs daycare stroller as it is easy to fold and doesn't take up too much space at the daycare, I can also jog home if it's raining (which is often in London!). If I was having two kids close together I would have gotten the bugaboo donkey. I have lots of friends with the city select and bought a double home for my cousin last year as we were living in the USA and it is so much cheaper and she absolutely loves it. I agree there is no perfect pram for everyone but hopefully you can find the perfect one for you!

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    I'm leaning towards the city select based on the feedback I'm reading. Not a huge fan of the basket next to seat when using the donkey with one child. That's what puts me off that one


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    Quote Originally Posted by SunshineMunky View Post
    I'm leaning towards the city select based on the feedback I'm reading. Not a huge fan of the basket next to seat when using the donkey with one child. That's what puts me off that one


    Me: 32, DH: 34
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    I love the basket!! Great for when popping into the supermarket for a few things with bub in pram and toddler walking. Gives me two hands to push pram and hold toddlers hand without having to try and hold a shopping basket too.

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    At the moment and for the next year or so I will just have the one child in it and maybe it's just cause I'm not used to it but it just looks weird to me lol silly I know I know 😜

    Have been offered a strider 4 for $80 so may get that in mean time, sell phil and teds and save for city select!


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