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Phil & Teds Dash

Phil & Teds Dash Questions & Answers

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6 questions from our users

arnie m.

arnie m.asked

Would a second seat for navigator fit a dash? Just finding it hard to find a dash second seat.

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Dani W

Dani Wasked

Just wondering where the brake on this stroller? just buy one second hand

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allison

allisonasked

Which seat can I use to make the Phil and ted dash a double pram?

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Charmaine
Charmaine

It's called a dash double kit. See link -
https://philandteds.com/au/Buy/adapt/double-kits/NEW-dash-double-kit . I hope this helps

Jinkai Ocon Monteleone

Jinkai Ocon Monteleoneasked

we just bought it and after a year it's doesn't fold anymore we try everything maybe it's just fabric that holds but still it's not the problem. Please help

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Charmaine
Charmaine

It should click when closed and lock into position. If it doesn't click then it's usually the fabric from the under basket that hasn't been folded in properly so i just push itthe fabric in with my hands a bit more until it sits better and clicks

bevh

bevhasked

Hey i have a Phil & teds vibe at the moment but as my girls are quite tall when they sit in the second seat both of there heads rest on the bar an when going over bumps there heads knock on the bar, i was just wondering if there is a Phil & teds pram that has a high second seat and also there is not much room between the second seat and main seat. I was just wondering which Phil & ted is the most roomy An which ones you can fold down with the second seat still attached?

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Charmaine
Charmaine

I believe that most of the single prams with the second seat attachment are all set up the same way which becomes restrictive for a growing second child, especially a tall one. My eldest is tall and it did not look comfortable for her at all.

Michelle1156

Michelle1156asked

What is the difference between the Phi & Teds Dash verses the Dot version? Main differences.

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ftnw
ftnw

Hi Michelle, from what I can tell, the Dot seems a little smaller. The back seat in double mode has a propper recline (rather than zip on Dash), the front seat also doesn't use a zip recline, but a toggle recline (so it goes back further, to flat when back seat is off). The back seat pulls off a little differently, and you can actually put the back removable seat on the top when the normal top seat is in recline mode. That's a little confusing unless you see it done, but basically the back seat moves to sit on top of the front seat, and you can put a newborn/younger baby in the back of that reclined seat. I think the wheels are smaller. But you should check these things out properly in store/online because I'm no professional! Thanks :)

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