Fantastic stroller for twins/siblings. I have owned 4 different double strollers and this was the best by far!
Melanie Arnold 2, Made for Mums
8 August 2010
Summary: Would definitely recommend this stroller - it is compact and well made
Pros: Easy compact fold Quick to put up Lie flat rear seat Much better than a side by side for shopping/cafe trips Doesn't look like a double so you don't get stopped all the time so people can ask you about twins
Cons: Could be a bit tippy on slopes Seats could be a little bit bigger
Summary: Overall I would recommend this to all in my baby and toddler group, i havent seen a better double pram that I would even want to try!!
Pros: I love my Jane Powertwin in Neoclassic, Ive had no issues whatsoever. I found that the powertwin is very sturdy and comfortable for my 1months and 16 months old. I was given a side by side pushchair for my 2 children and I absalutley hated it! Try getting through a door way with one of them! Howe...
Cons: Sometimes difficult to get into the boot due to the front wheel and heavy.
Very Expensive...Not very durable...Takes up alot of boot space Good at manovering and is easy to take apart
laghreid, Made for Mums
12 September 2009
Summary: I would not purchase this buggy on a second time round.. We paid nearly £800 for the buggy and the car seats... When purchasing replacements for the car seats they were more expensive than buying a new car seat all together.. Buggy needed reapairs only after a few mths..
Pros: Good at manovering, easy to take apart, easy to clean
Cons: Very Expensive, Not very durable, takes up alot of boot space Harnesses are not fantastic..
GREAT BUT IS 3 WHEELS ON A TANDEM EVER A GOOD IDEA?
Joeandhopesmummy+1, Made for Mums
28 June 2009
Summary: If you want a practical, lightweight (considering what it will have to put up with when raising 2 under 2 and then adding another before your second is 1)and stylish tandem pushchair that can cope with the demands of being used day in day out and climbed on by mini tarzan then i'd say this is a...
Pros: It's very lightweight compared to the other double pushchairs I tried when I was expecting. Front seat reclines enough to let a toddler sleep comfortably. Quite compact for a tandem once your baby can sit properly in the back. Can be used with an infant carrier to make a travel system for a baby ...
Cons: Have had a couple of near accidents when 'dismounting' kerbs. At first it felt like it pulled a bit to one side if my toddler nodded off in the front and leaned but I very quickly got used to this and after a couple of weeks didn't notice anymore. If you use the infant carrier on the back seat yo...
Summary: I HAD THIS BUGGY FOR A FEW MONTHS BEFORE UPGRADING TO A PHILAND TEDS ANDID DEFFINATELY RECOMMEND IT TO ANYONE WHO HAS A SMALL BABY AND A TODDLER OR 2 BABIES
Pros: FRONT SEAT RECLINES SLIGHTLY, BACK SEAT LAYS FLAT, BASKET HOLDS MORE THAN IT LOOKS LIKE IT WOULD, EASY TO PUSH AND STEER, NOT TOO HEAVY TO PUSH LIKE ALOT OF TANDEMS, NO NEED FOR CAR SEAT ADAPTERS AS IT SLOTS RIGHT ON, RAINCOVER IS AWSOME BEING LIKE A POP UP TENT
Cons: NOT MANY THAT I CAN THINK OF, FOLDS QUITE BIG BUT MOST 3 WHEELERS DO
Summary: i've used three different tandems and this is the only one i kept, it's durable and so easy to steer and push has a really tight turning circle and even with two children can be pushed and steered easily with one hand folds as small as a conventional single pushchair.
Pros: flat lie back for baby suitable from birth, huge hoods keep baby and toddler nicely shaded. Extremely easy to manouver
" As other reviewers have said, it is very unstable going…"
11 January 2012
Excerpt: As other reviewers have said, it is very unstable going up/down kerbs and I found it very heavy and bulky to fold/lift. I thought I was just being pathetic but my DH also found it heavy and cumbersome when folded. Rear seat is not (IMHO) suitable from birth as it doesn't recline well.