4 questions from our users
is it possible to get a scooter or seat attachment to go at the back, for a toddler to also hitch a ride? I am expecting twins and have a 2 year old who's interest in walking (running away from Mum) is only tamed by her small little legs
Yes. Try both the baby jogger brand or Lascal. BUT I am not sure if seats can be fully reclined and still use toddler board so you'll need to investigate further in that regard.
Other option is City select pram that I think is ok for toddler board when reclined or one that has a toddler jump seat such as I think some Valco prams.
Can this stroller have two capsules intalled at the same time for twins? Can only find info that describes one side at a time being able to accommodate capsule, bassinet or other add ons. Thanks ☺
Hi. I am not sure about capsules as I didn't use capsules with this pram (I don't use my car much). I did use two bassinets with ease though I don't believe you need the bassinets as the pram lies flat enough for newborns. Might be worth a phone call to a baby store or baby jogger Aus.
Doesn't it annoy you that you can't sit the babies fully upright? My twins are 6 months now and are sitting up but the pram doesn't sit on a 90• Angel. It's so annoying as they hate having to lean back. Has anyone else noticed this issue? All other prams I had with my previous 3 children sat in the full up right position. It's disappointing as it was so expensive and so are the accessories. :(
I have to agree. My twins are now 16 months old and it is more important to them that they sit more upright. Previously, this wasn't such an issue. I have bought a valco stroller to leave at Childcare. It is more upright and they can see each other also which are great features now they are older. The Citi mini gets used for longer walks where they relax more and don't mind a bit of reclining. I think the pram would be improved if it did allow kids to sit more upright (whilst still being strapped in).
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