In a nutshell

Flexible, compact tandem buggy, not able to traverse multiple terrains.

What we tested

  • Fold/unfolding
    A star rating of 5.0 out of 5.
  • Manoeuvrability
    A star rating of 4.0 out of 5.
  • Comfort for child
    A star rating of 5.0 out of 5.
  • Style
    A star rating of 4.0 out of 5.
  • Durability
    A star rating of 4.0 out of 5.
  • Worth the money
    A star rating of 5.0 out of 5.
Overall Rating
A star rating of 4.5 out of 5.


  • Weight, manoeuvrability, look, ease of assembly, excellent from birth, flexible use for one or two children.


  • Cannot access storage space/basket when both children are in the pram, doesn't come with some essential accessories, such as rain cover.

Spanish company Jané is known for its innovation and high-quality products. Their newest lightweight twin pushchair, the Twone has been specifically 'designed for families planning on having two children, expecting twins or a second baby'. It is easy to convert between a single and a tandem and can use any combination of seats - two car seats/carrycots, two pushchair seats, or one of each.


See a video of the Jane Twone in action

Was it easy to install?

When the Twone was delivered in two largish boxes, I presumed that something had been forgotten. Before opening them I didn't believe that the pushchair that promised to ferry two children around would arrive so compact.

Sitting on the floor of my hallway with four-month-old Hector sleeping in my lap I began to unpack the boxes. Once I had transferred the sleeping baby into the carrycot (suitable from birth), with two-year-old Rose 'reading' the instructions for me, I managed to assemble the whole buggy in less than fifteen minutes.

What’s in the box?

  • Chasis frame
  • Seat units (front and rear)
  • Bumper bar
  • Removable mudguards
  • Hood
  • Storage basket

What are the optional accessories?

  • Koos group 0 Isofix car seat - £145
  • Pram bag - £59.99
  • Rain cover - £35.99

How was your first outing with the Twone?

Once I had negotiated our shingle drive - which was a little difficult, due to the small wheels - the Twone glided along nicely. It was light, the handlebar comfortable and easy to steer one handed. Hector was happy that he could look around (the carrycot isn't quite as tucked away as it is on many of the other double decker pushchairs I've seen or used) and I was pleased that he was able to lie flat.

Setting out for the train, Rose sitting at the front and Hector lying flat underneath, I noticed I had nowhere to store the changing bag (when used with two children, the basket at the bottom of the Twone isn't accessible) and there was no rain cover.

Is it easy to steer?

Yes - getting the pushchair onto the train proved easy. Being so lightweight, wheeling it around a busy high street and in and out of shops doors made shopping with two children almost enjoyable.

What was it like getting the pram in and out of the car?

Going to our local lake meant I had to dismantle the buggy, which was easy, no special knack needed. Both seats clip off easily and the frame folds separately and packed into the boot of our car.

The transporter carrycot doubles as a car seat, which allows valuable boot space for all the parenting essentials: nappy bag, food shopping and scooter. It is also useful when travelling on long journeys, because as all parents are aware, newborn babies should ideally lie completely flat.

Although the carrycot goes up to 12 months, the reclining position cannot be adjusted and you will more than likely also need the Koos group 0 car seat, to see your baby through to 9 months.

Can the Twone be used as an ‘off-road’ buggy?

Not really. Once at the lake, putting the buggy up was as easy as taking it down. However, the small wheels, on the muddy terrain, were not as effective as some other buggies on the market that boast large rear wheels for 'off-roading', but they weren't bad. Saying that the frame is the perfect width for carrying scooters when little legs get tired and want to sit back in the buggy.

MadeForMums verdict


If I'd known about this product before I had started my family, it would have been my first purchase. It really delivers on flexibility - being great for one baby and adapting when your family grows. The carrycot, which is also a car seat, is a great feature and a good money saver. It looks good and feels sturdy without being cumbersome.

Product Specifications

Suitable for
Child age (approx)Birth to 3 years
Child weightUp to 15kg
Dimensions & Weight
Weight14kg – 7.5kg (frame and wheels only)
Weight (double-mode)24.5kg
DimensionsH:79cm W:62cm L:98cm
Dimensions (folded)H:72cm W:62cm L:34cm
Travel system compatibleYes
Seat facing noteWhen used singly, seat can be rear or forward facing for carrycot and toddler seat. As a double buggy the seating is forward facing.
Front wheelsSwivel
Recline positions3
  • Profix system (patented) locks and unlocks the carrycots and car seats with just one hand leaving the other free to attend to baby
  • No need to use or buy extra awkward fitting kits which all require both hands to operate
  • Book type compact folding system
  • Handle brake flip the brakes on and off using your right thumb
  • So there's no foot-operated brake pedal to threaten the toenails of sandal wearers
  • New lockable front swivel wheel system that s smoother and easier to control
  • Height adjustable soft touch ergonomic handlebar
  • 7 Positions (79108cm)
  • Independent front suspension
  • Puncture proof wheels
  • Detachable rear wheels with mudguards
  • Bumper bar
  • Removable and washable seat upholstery
  • Large capacity shopping basket included
  • Main seat unit is reversible and has 3 recline positions with adjustable footrest
  • Rear seat unit has 3 recline positions
  • Fully adjustable hood with 2 visor positions
  • 100% Aluminium tubular chassis
  • Free stands when folded
  • Converts from a twin to a single pushchair
Optional extras
  • Koos group 0 isofix car seat
  • Pram bag
  • Rain cover