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    Default Tandem prams.. who's got a good one?

    Hi, so I'll be in the market for a tandem pram again soon something suitable for a newbie and an 18 month old up. I had one years ago but it was huge heavy and unwieldy... they seem to have come on in leaps and bounds since then though. I've had a bit of a look at the Phil and ted ones but would love to get any recommendations from anyone out there. Cheers me dears, Jen.

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    I love my city mini double pram. Sooo easy to fold and the kids can hop in and out easily without me lifting them. Good sunshade too. Easy to steer

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    I have a Valco Snap Duo, my older 2 are 19 months apart & it was my saviour, I think I have gone mad if I didn't have away to transport them both together to get us out of the house!

    Have a look at the Valco range, they are really reasonable price wise, the Snap Duo is only 9kg so very light weight for a double... the Ultra duo looks good too as you as you can turn the seats around separately, if I'd got mine from newborn I would have got that one but DD was about 4 months old.

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    Ooh thanks, hadn't heard of either of them ...I'll check them out.

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    I loved my mountain buggy duet a bit bulky to fit in the car but i mainly kept in shed and used for walking which i did everyday

    I also had phil n teds dot and sport
    Ok but didnt like that one kid had to sit behind the other, found it heavy to push, no basket space when using second seat

    There was a 19 month age gap between my 2 that were using these prams

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    I have a baby jogger city mini gt double and it is great to use. Easy to push, easy to fold, has great sunshade, my almost 4yo still fits in the seat comfortably though he usually walks as my 2 yo and 5wo are in the pram.

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    I love my bugaboo donkey. It was fabulous because I could use two seats or one and so I got heaps of use when my son was grown out of the pram, but still needed it for my daughter. So good!


 

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