The Best Twin Buggy

This inline double is designed to expand with your family and you. It has multiple seating options that can be used for twins or children of various age groups. The rubber tires are filled with foam and never go flat and its soft suspension can easily handle kerbs.

It is easy to travel with because it folds super-flat and meets the weight requirements of gate-checks for airlines. It also has a massive underseat storage basket as well as a four-panel sun canopy.

Leclerc Influencer

With its elegant design, auto-folding feature and cabin-approved dimensions, the Leclerc Influencer is a great alternative for those who fly. Its folded (and unfolded) size is 47cm which slightly exceeds the IATA standard of 45cm, but it still complies with the regulations of hand luggage for airlines and can be stored in the overhead lockers on flights (Subject to Airline Approval). We found it was easy to clean using just a wipe down, and there were a variety of additional items available like footmuffs, nappy and buggy bags that are strapped to the handles and hoods, providing UV50and protection.

We love the fact it’s so small when collapsed, and that it can easily fit into small spaces like shops, narrow alleyways and Jane’s tiny terrace and is even easier to manoeuvre up and down the stairs. The bumper bar doubles up as a carry handle and there’s an ample, flip-flop-friendly brake with a color-coded indicator. The basket is a little smaller than other models but it’s still big enough to hold a decent-sized changing bag and there are additional tray for snacks, drinks and toys.

It is suitable from birth. The adaptors are available separately to be used in conjunction with a Leclerc Baby Carrycot. For older children, there’s an innovative backrest that flattens to make it perfect for nap times or extended walks. The 5-point harness with magnets is simple to use. It’s also light, weighing only 6.6kg. A travel bag is also included.

Joie Evalite Duo

The British brand Joie has a mission to “share the joy of new parents” by designing pushchairs that are “functional, stylish and innovative”. The Evalite Duo is their latest twin buggy. It is designed to carry two children at the same time unlike the slightly heavier Aire Twin. It also has stadium-style seating that allows both children to see the world at once.

At just over 10kg, the Evalite Duo is one of the lightest sibling strollers on the market. It is suitable for use starting at birth and can be used in conjunction with a Joie car seat or carrycots. It’s easy to drive or ride, lift, and fold, and the clever frame expands widthways to accommodate the second seat.

Out ‘n’ about says the Evalite Duo’s one-handed folding is a highlight. They were awed by how quickly and easily the Evalite Duo comes together. They did note that it was more difficult to navigate rough surfaces and bumps than other models.

They also note that the front seat does not fully recline and they needed to utilize their hands to bring it back down which they don’t want to have to do when travelling with children. The Evalite Duo, however, is a great stroller that can be made even better with a few tweaks. They are awestruck by how small and compact when folded!

iCandy Peach

iCandy Peach is a highly-sophisticated tandem buggy that provides parents with all the options they require. It’s compatible with a range of car seats and features a an easy-to-fold system that folds in one click it, making it a breeze for families on the go. It also comes with plenty of accessories that rival brands charge for separately, such as rain covers and liners.

iCandy Peach is a popular choice for parents who are fashion-conscious due to its chic and contemporary jersey fabrics. The 2022 version of the Peach has been updated with minor tweaks to increase performance and functionality, without compromising aesthetics.

The addition of a ride-on board makes this the ideal option for twins. It’s also smaller than the older Peach model, but it still provides all the space your children may require.

This is an excellent double stroller if you want something stylish and versatile. It can be used from the beginning as a single stroller, and then purchase a double-kit for it to become a twin buggy. It also has a huge basket and five reclining positions for maximum comfort for your child. It also comes with a carry strap and a single-handed folding mechanism. It is a bit heavy to store, especially since it folds in two parts instead of just one.

iCandy Orange

This is one of the most comfortable twin buggies on the market. The seats can be outfitted with liners and footmuffs to keep your children warm in cold weather. The carrycot is easy to attach with the gate-opening side flaps. It is large and comfortable. The seat and carrycot can be set up in various configurations, and the Orange chassis has an amazing 30 combinations.

The wheels are optimised to take on rough and concrete ground, and there’s a large shopping basket that’s ideal for big supermarket shops. This pushchair feels smooth to drive and has a light feel and the rounded pedal brake is easy to use (but not a flip-flop-friendly model). The latch that keeps it folded requires two hands to release. After it’s folded, the front wheels fold under the basket and the chassis can stand on its own without difficulty.

The Orange is a great choice for parents who are style-conscious and have a toddler or baby or both. They want a buggy which will grow with their child. It’s also a good option for parents who plan to have a second child in the near future and want a movable double running buggy pushchair. The iCandy Orange is not cheap, but it’s versatile enough that it should last for some time and also have a good resale value too. It can also take a buggy board, which will aid in reducing sibling fights over seats!

Mountain Buggy Duet

The company was founded by a New Zealander, Mountain Buggy (part of the Mokopuna group, which also owns Phil and Teds and Baby Jogger) is the first pram brand to concentrate on all-terrain dual pushchairs. The Duet side-by-side twin stroller is slim and sleek and is able to slide through doors and easily maneuver in tight aisles. It is among the most compact, full-featured double buggies on the market and has won many awards including the 2014 Mother & Baby Twin Gold and the 2015 Prima Baby Twin Silver.

The seats are narrow enough to let children of various ages to sit comfortably together. They also have independent reclined, allowing children to pick their preferred seating position. The large canopies feature solar visors that flip out and the storage basket is spacious with plenty of space. It works with almost all brands and accepts two car seat adapters for infants when you purchase car seats.

The only downside is the weight. At 32.4 lbs, it is heavy to lift in and out of the trunk, and might be difficult for Grandma to maneuver. Additionally, it is more expensive than the majority of side-by-side double buggies. But, it’s built to last and comes with a lot of features for the money. It’s a good option for parents in urban areas who want to avoid lugging a bulky stroller around. The straps are padded, with a 5-point buckles and straps with padding ensure safety for babies.

Bugaboo Donkey twin

The Bugaboo Donkey Twin is a elegant, functional buggy that has an elegant design. It’s a quality product, but not without flaws.

For one, it has very little in the way of extra features for the children and parents. There’s a small side bin beside the seat, but it’s only accessible when one seat is attached – and that’s the only feature it provides. There are no cups, tray for parents or accessory pockets. This could be a problem during long journeys.

The seats don’t recline to a flat position, and the space between them is quite wide which is why our 5 year old had trouble lying back in a comfortable position. It’s a shame, considering it’s a premium model.

On the bright side, it’s a easy to maneuver and the swivel wheels are great for climbing up the steps and slopes. It’s also slim enough to pass through most doors and folds up easily for easy storage and transport. Additionally, it can be switched back to mono mode in just three clicks if ever need some more room or need to get away. It can even accommodate a third child using the comfort wheeled board should you’re in need of. It’s pricey, however if you’re on a budget there are alternatives out there. If you like the brand and are able to afford it, it’s well worth the price.

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