A buyer’s guide to double pushchairs

What to look for, how to choose, and where to buy


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.

Info Bugaboo


Britax B-Dual

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.

Alison says:

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.

Alison says:

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.

Info: Cosatto


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.

Info: Hauck


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).

Alison says:

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

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