Whether you’re pregnant with twins, or a toddler mum with baby No. 2 on the way, a double buggy means one pair of hands can transport both little ones.
One double buggy option is the twin buggy. It sees your twins, or toddler and baby, sitting side-by-side. Yes, this does mean it’s wider than a single buggy, and you may not glide seamlessly through every doorway!Alternately, you can opt for a tandem buggy. This is where your twins, or toddler and baby, sit one behind the other. What you save on width, you sometimes gain in length (depending on the model), so try to have a push of both a twin and tandem before you buy anything. Some tandems ‘stack’ your children, and so reduce the length of the buggy. Some tandems can also be bought as a single buggy, and converted to a double. Phil & Teds and iCandy are just two companies that offer these versatile options. Style aside, there’s also a wide price range. So, we’ve selected 10 of the best double buggies, ranging from £250 to more than £800, to help you decide what works for your babies - and your budget.
Of course, before you spend a penny, make sure you see our step-be-step buyer's guide to double buggies, and find out whether a twin of tandem is the best double buggy option for you.
i love my phil and teds, but recently my eldest who is only just turned 3 has not liked being in it at all but wants to be in the buggy, its a bit disapointing as its a dream to use, hes too old to warrant another new one just wish id kept my mac twin techno. as recently trips to zoo, christmas fetes etc, one of them can never see such a pita, first time ive encountered this though!
but my all time fave is Icandy pear, id have another any day. just a shame the seats are so small and i had to sell it
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