Double buggy recommendations

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Larsford
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Double buggy recommendations

Postby Larsford » Tue Feb 07, 2023 3:44 pm

I am 5 months pregnant and have a 2 year old.
Can anyone recommend a good double pram that you can ideally separate and is narrow and and light to get on and off trains/ tubes.
I am considering the Babyzen YoYo but haven’t seen many people with double option - has any one used it and would they recommend?
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Re: Double buggy recommendations

Postby ceecee12 » Mon Feb 13, 2023 6:05 am

I wouldn’t even entertain that as a double. It’s great as a single but if you’re getting on and off public transport you’re stuffed.

I’d you’re looking at a buggy which is narrow I’d would say a tandem is better rather than side by side. Uppababy vista, Icandy peach and orange (models). Joolz geo, mountain buggy plus one, Phil and teds. These are a couple message me if you need more ideas x
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Re: Double buggy recommendations

Postby NVG » Mon Feb 20, 2023 9:22 am

When my kids were little I had an Out n About Nipper. It was so light and easy to push. You could easily push it one handed. It was quite a few years ago but they are still being made.
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Postby bandie05 » Tue Feb 21, 2023 7:09 am

I love my Out n Abput Nipper Double! I’d actually say it has changed my life - it’s so light, I bring it everywhere and we can do so much more together as a family! I had the vista (being able to use it as a double was a huge selling point when I was pregnant with my first) but as a double it was a nightmare to push. It is so so heavy you can barely get up a curb or walk up an incline, let alone on and off public transportation. I sold it for my Out n’ About and couldn’t be happier - just wish I had found the Nipper first time around!
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Re: Double buggy recommendations

Postby delsh » Tue Feb 21, 2023 10:53 am

When I had a 2 year old and a newborn I had an Uppababy Vista which gave me lots of flexibility in terms of setup. In the end though, I mostly just used it as a single buggy with a buggy board attached for the older child and that was a lot easier to manoeuvre than a double buggy.
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