A buyer's guide to double pushchairs
Bugaboo Donkey in twin mode
Bugaboo Donkey, from £899
Side-by-side design that starts as a single pushchair (mono mode). The chassis unclips and widens to take another car seat, carrycot or seat unit (duo mode). Lots of combinations for every age.
Britax B-Dual, from £449.99
Single pushchair with reversible seat unit, plus Britax car seat and raincover. Converts to inline tandem twin with second seat unit (+£99.99) and/or second car seat frame (+£49.99). From birth to 4y.
Our tester said adding a second seat made it quite long, plus it becomes pricey to add the extras.
Cosatto Ditto twin stroller
Cosatto Ditto, from £185
Umbrella-fold side-by-side design, suitable from birth. Seats have three independent recline positions. Raincover included, too.
A fun design! Our tester thought it was a great no-frills model, lightweight with a neat fold. Good, but not robust enough for a newborn.
Hauck Duett tandem
Hauck Duett, from £349.99
Inline tandem for baby and toddler combination, with option to convert reversible seat unit into lie-flat pram, and add lower seat for baby/toddler combo. Plus, it’s car seat compatible.
Alison says: Our tester said this was smart, neat and easy to push, even with two on board. Great option for a newborn and toddler.
Mamas & Papas Voyage twin
Mamas & Papas Voyage twin, from £299
Side-by-side buggy with umbrella fold and seat recline. Padded harness, andone-handed fold, included raincover and two footmuffs (shown).
Light but well padded. Our tester said it was comfy for her baby and toddler. Easy to push and fold, and fitted through doorways. A real winner!
Info: Mamas & Papas