Love it so far
We have just bought this pram and so far we love it. We have an 19 month old and a 1 month old and both fit into it quite happily. I think its helps having a small toddler as he seemed to be the perfect height and length for it and was able to sit in the front without slouching. A toddler on the larger side may find it uncomfortable as the food tray sits in quite far. The back seat is a good size but it can be annoying when wanting to adjust the recline and you have to use a strap and not a handle like on most modern prams. It can also be a lit...tle awkward to steer and is not great for busy areas as you can't turn it very quickly. We used it off road and it was great and we found it very light. It also compacts into storage mode a lot smaller than we expected which was fantastic. Worth the money by far. Great for smaller sized children, light, very compact when folded. Not good for larger/older children, not handle on back seat to adjust, awkward to move quickly if needed.
Total Waste of Money
This pram is terrible. It tips easily and it's very awkward to push, even on flat surfaces. It is extremely difficult to push up hills because the front swings back around, it's also difficult to push on uneven foot paths. It's not even worth trying to negotiate pushing it over grass. I would recommend to anyone considering buying this pram to reconsider!
It was cheap compared to other prams. In hindsight I see that it was a waste of money altogether, meaning I've saved nothing really.
It is hard to manouvre on uneven surfaces making the range of applications very limited to places that are completely flat, and even then it is hard to push.
Great affordable pram for anyone having twins, but not from newborn stage as front seat not suitable. Suit toddler and newborn combo better as that's what it's designed for. I'm very happy with it so far. Has equal pro's and cons but for price excellent. I used side by side stroller first and had heaps of trouble with it. This pram is heaven compared to issues/faults I had with SBS. Great for walks, my twins love it and sleep in it very easily. When they start sitting up bit more will be even better. I highly recommend over SBS prams. Size easy...to fold and erect, sturdy great storage basket easy clip sides to drop and fill keep in mind extra weight in basket adds to difficulty of pushing with 2 children as with any underbasket. You get what you pay for and this exceeds the price. Enjoy if you buy one. More compact than side by side fits through all door ways checkouts very well. Is light weight considering it is a double pram be realistic. Great for twins and new born and toddler combos. Smooth to push. Was affordable when you have the twin factor expense to consider. Can be hard to push and manouver on rough surfaces but prams aren't made for 4 wheel driving terrain. Fabric very slippery so spend alot of time pulling my boys up straight. No sunshades or weather covers have been designed for it which is not good for being out when very sunny. Can't take out if weather is bad or wet.(sunshades give moderate coverage as do most shades on prams.)
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I am using this pram at the moment. It is good in that you can fit through doorways, supermarket checkouts etc and i personally prefer this style to side by side double prams. However, it is extremely awkward and heavy to push. It is not comfortable at all for the toddler at the front and the newborn or baby quickly outgrows the back section. It is alright when both bubs are able to sit up but it can leave both of them looking very uncomfortable. It is difficult to fold up but when it is, it folds up quite nicely and can easily fit in the car. ...I have also had experience with parts falling off. It is really only good on flat surfaces (ie shopping centres) because it quickly veers off on uneven surfaces and it is easy to lose control. Overall, although i have a few issues with the pram, it is a good pram for what you pay for it and i much prefer it to a side-by-side pram. Compact when folds up, can fit through doorways/checkouts/public transport, great price heavy, awkward to push, doesn't cope well on uneven surfaces, not enough room for a lying down newborn, not comfortable upfront for toddler
|Category||Double Prams & Strollers|
|Suitable Age||0+ months|
|Max User Weight||35 kg|
|Features||Arm Bar, Cup Holder and Under-seat Storage|
|Folded Dimensions||50 x 60 x 100 cm|
|Release date||Aug 2007|
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