Excerpt: ...so many people say " are you the lady with the donkey" I love that there are few doors I can not fit through as a double. I can steer it with one hand ( coffee in other) Great on the beach and in the snow Stands up on it's own. My children can both face me or face away. I currently have one in carry cot one in seat. Yes it is heavy but it is a double buggy and they are heavy. That is something that we just need to embrace as a parent .
Excerpt: I would really reccomend this buggy for twins, for the first year. It is so easy to push and manouvere, even one handed. Parent facing is great for the early days. Carry cots are almost full size so we didn't bother with moses baskets in the house. Super comfy. Handy to be able to clip the car seats on with the maxi cosi adaptor. It is very easy to fold / convert to single and back again.
" Swivel wheels make it very easy to push, but I find it quite heavy to get in and out of the boot.…"
16 July 2012
Excerpt: We bought the Donkey when our twins were 3 months old. First vehicle (pram/pushchair hybrid) was hopeless. John Lewis lady took it out to car park and allowed us try it in the boot, which was useful. She sold it to us on the basis that in tandem buggies, the baby underneath can't be too happy. What appealed to us was: *Fits in boot, can be used either with carrycots, buggy seats or car seats. *Small people can either face you or out.
" After much debate and months of research before my second…"
3 February 2012
Excerpt: After much debate and months of research before my second baby was born, I finally decided to go for the Bugaboo Donkey Duo to use with my just turned 2 year old and new born. I had understood the 'cons' of the pushchair before buying. I.e smaller seat widths, maybe not being able to get through doors, needing a huge car to transport it round in etc. However I have yet to find one flaw that makes this pram something to quibble about. Its fantastic.
" Very practical side by side. Shocked when it fitted through…"
8 October 2011
Excerpt: Very practical side by side. Shocked when it fitted through our standard new build internal and front doors!!! Moves very well. Only down side is the seat for DD 2.5 hits the wheels if front facing and upright. Cannot recline full when facing outwards. Otherwise I love it to bits. Much easier to move than the P&T we tried. Only issue is getting DD out of it. She just loves it.
Excerpt: I really like it, ok the pros: it is a joy to push. It spins so easily you can manover it with one hand, quite handy when you have to open doors and push them through. Easy to switch the seat positions about, also one handed. My girls seem to like it and they look comfy. Cons: it feels big and i get comments all the time from people, mainly in the "oh you've got you hands full, don't you" kinda way, it attracts attention so if you don't want that then this isn't the pram...