Excerpt: I bought the donkey duo for a newborn and toddler. I was initially completely sold on the practicalities, thinking this would be a pram to see me for years! The fact it goes from a single to double and back again was a great selling point for us even if it wasn't the easiest to do. It does steer well and feels light to push however the handle I found to feel very plasticky and not very sturdy. If you have it extended at all it wobbles a bit!
Excerpt: when i first purchased this buggy it wasnt about how great it looked,i had to make sure my disabled son was going to be comfortable in it it was a great buggy untill recently when i was shopping in town i had put my brake on walked 2 inches away from the buggy,heard a bang i turned around and my 3 month old baby was laying face down on the pavement and my 3 yr old disabled son was on his bk in his buggy,as the buggy had tipped upside down and coz my daughter was in her...
Excerpt: I adored the Chameleon, thought it was the best thing since sliced bread. So, when I found out we were expecting number 2, it was the first double I thought of and seemed ideal. However, having bought it and used it for a month, I've really struggled with a few key things. The straps are just too short to fit around my 18 month daughter (who is quite skinny) and really dig in, so she refuses to get in it without crying.
" Great idea but... Before you choose a donkey ask yourself some…"
21 April 2012
Excerpt: Great idea but... Before you choose a donkey ask yourself some questions 1) Am I an investment banker? Can I afford to spend more money on a pushchair than many do on a car? 2) Do I drive a Chelsea tractor? If not then forget the donkey. With 2 car seats, 2 kids 2 adults and the donkey in our VW Golf there is no room for anything else, except in the rear seat well. Enter Ocado. 3) Do I ever want to use public transport?