There are so many buggies to choose from, but which one is right for you? Here are the main styles you'll see on shelves and online...
A twin buggy transports two children, not necessarily of the same age, side by side. It’s not just a buggy for twins. A twin buggy may have a reclining mechanism in each seat, so you can independently operate each seat.The major plus points of a twin buggy is that both children get to look out and around, and they’re a good choice for twins or babies born quite close together.Pushing two children is hard work at the best of times but the weight of a twin buggy can make it even harder. Look out for lighter models that are under 15kg.Most twin buggies are around 75cm wide, so if you intend to spend a lot of time at the shops, a tandem buggy might be a better option for you. If you do decide to buy a twin buggy, check the width of your front door first!
If you're unsure whether to buy a twin or tandem, here are the pros and cons of each, and our buyer's guide to double buggies will take you step by step through buying the right one.
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