Excerpt: I originally bought a iCandy Apple before my second son was born. I then upgraded to the iCandy Pear when i found out i was pregnant again when my son was just 3 months old. I bought this pushchair because of the many ways it could be used. By the time my daughter arrived my Son was 11.5 months old.
A stylish flexible double pushchair however very bulky and heavy
1 October 2011
Excerpt: As an expectant mother of twins I was quite overwhelmed when choosing a pushchair, even though in comparison to choosing a single there is a lot less choice. The first question I asked myself was tandem or side by side.
" I LOVE THIS PUSHCHAIR! The seat units are so roomy…"
13 September 2011
Excerpt: I LOVE THIS PUSHCHAIR! The seat units are so roomy despite popular belief that larger toddlers won't fit in them as I was told before I purchased it. I have an 18 month old who is 3 foot tall and he fits in it perfectly, still with lots of room.
" A great double - perfect for two small children or…"
17 January 2011
Excerpt: A great double - perfect for two small children or twins. It is pretty heavy and as the kids get bigger it can be hard going to push but other than that I can't fault it. If you have a tall toddler I would advise buying the taller hood as the front seat is not designed for tall kiddies.
Excerpt: I was looking the other day at the i candy pear as a move up from the i candy apple which i currently have. i was having a go with the pear and was impressed with the manouverability of it especially with it having two seats.
Excerpt: The iCandy Pear is such a great idea and ticks so many boxes. It can be a single or double, is very sturdy, can be a travel system, the children can face forward or the parent, it’s pretty easy to push for a double. It sounds perfect and to be honest I couldn’t find a twin pram that was better.
Excerpt: I purchased the iCandy Pear whilst living in London (I am now in New Zealand). Like all doubles it has its good and bad points. My two children are 12 months apart, so I really needed a pram that they could both sleep in.
Excerpt: I really like this pushchair for pushing – the chassis is well built and solid and the wheels go in the direction you want them to. I can push it with one hand in a straight line though it takes 2 for cornering and to get up curbs (easier if you have the handle fully out for leverage).