Reviews & shopping Best Buys 10 of the best twin buggies The top double buggies that see your babies or toddlers sitting side by side. 1 of Ad break The best twin pushchairsA twin buggy doesn’t necessarily mean a buggy for twins – yes, twins can use it, but many are fine for siblings of different ages, too. ‘Twin’ just means the seats are positioned side-by-side, rather than one in front of the other (this is a tandem).Before you purchase a double buggy, you need to decide if a twin pushchair really is for you – our guide to deciding between a twin or tandem buggy and our step-by-step buyer’s guide to double buggies will help you find what’s best for your needs.Decided on it’s a twin pushchair you want? Click through to see the best double buggies in this class…Also head to our other double buggy round ups: 10 of the best double buggies 10 of the best double buggies for a toddler and baby 10 of the best lightweight double buggies 10 of the best double buggies for less than £250 Mountain Buggy Duo, £684An all-terrain pushchair (ATP), the Mountain Buggy Duo gives a smooth ride off-road and on. It fits through standard doorways, and despite being designed for the rugged outdoors, our seasoned reviewer found it manoeuvred easily through the crowds on market day in a busy city centre.Read the full Mountain Buggy Duo review. Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Cosatto You2 Twin Stroller, £250Narrow enough to fit through doors and weighing just 11.3kg, the umbrella-fold You2 Twin is an economical buy. With a bottle warmer bag, raincover, head huggers and footmuffs included in the price, and the ability to be used from birth, you get a lot for you £250. Just be prepared for the cute slogan to make less sense when one child doesn’t need their footmuff!Read the full Cosatto You2 Twin Stroller review. Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner EasyWalker DUO, £599The EasyWalker DUO isn’t slim (measure your front door before you buy), but it is stylish, sturdy and suitable for all terrains. It offers a smooth ride, and gets tops marks for ease of pushing and steering.Read the full EasyWalker DUO review. Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Continue slideshow > Out 'n' About Nipper 360 double buggy, £349.95An all-terrain 3-wheeler, the Out 'n' About Nipper 360 double is sturdy, but light (10kg) and easy to steer. The ‘360’ comes from the fact the front wheel can swivel 360 degrees, though you can lock it into place, too.Read the full Out 'n' About Nipper 360 double buggy review. Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Petite Star Twin Charisma buggy, £199.99While it boasts that rugged 3-wheeler look, the Petite Star Twin Charisma is really only best for some off-road walks. The price tag includes footmuffs and raincover, making it even better value for money than first glance would indicate. The shopping basket is roomy and easy to access, scoring the buggy points on shopping trips. Read the full Petite Star Twin Charisma buggy review. Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Emmaljunga Twin Nitro, £602A big and buxom double buggy, the Emmaljunga Twin Nitro is a luxury ride, but definitely for those with space. It has great suspension and manoeuvrability, as well as reversible seats. Read the full Emmaljunga Twin Nitro review. Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Maclaren Twin Techno, £270Maclaren is known for its lightweight umbrella-fold buggies, and when it comes to the brand’s twin offerings it’s no different. Suitable from birth, the Twin Techno is compact (it will fit through most standard doorways) and easy to fold (one-handed, of course!). Throw in Maclaren’s unique lifetime warranty, and you have a reassuring buggy purchase. Read the full Maclaren Twin Techno review. Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Continue slideshow > Silver Cross Pop Duo, £240A lightweight umbrella-fold buggy, the Silver Cross Pop Duo can be collapsed one-handed. It’s also easy to manoeuvre. Suitable from birth, the included head huggers and cosytoes make it comfy for newborns, and it feels robust enough to be used as an everyday buggy.Read the full Silver Cross Pop Duo review. Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Mamas & Papas Voyage Twin buggy, £295Another of the lightweight umbrella-fold double buggies around, the Mamas & Papas Voyage Twin is very easy to fold and unfold, very narrow when in use and small when collapsed. The Voyage Twin is for pavements only, and with its ease of pushing and steering it’s ideal for nipping to the shops.Read the full Mamas & Papas Voyage Twin buggy review. Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner FirstWheels City Twin Stroller, £479.99The FirstWheels City Twin Stroller isn’t compact, and to use from birth you’ll need to buy the carrycot/s (£129.99 each), but it feels super light to push and easy to manoeuvre. The seats can be rear facing or forward facing – and your children can even face opposite directions, which is great if you want to use it for a baby and toddler.Read the full FirstWheels City Twin Stroller review. 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