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8.0 out of 10

Phil & Teds Dash

Great Deal: $63.99

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Overall 8
8.0

Expert Review

Made for Mums
10 November 2009
  • Conclusion: The Phil & Teds Dash Inline Double has fixed some of the niggles with the Sport, but all for a lower price than the Vibe. With one child sitting behind the other, this tandem buggy boldly goes where other wider double buggies cannot hope to reach, although you may still struggle with stairs.
  • Pros: Transports two children in not much more space than a single buggy, smooth ride, flexible design, lots of accessories, The Phil & Teds Dash Inline Double is beautifully balanced so it hardly needs pushing on the flat, smoothes minor obstacles out of the way on its big air-filled tyres and twiddles round easily with the swivelling front wheel. The single handlebar made it possible to operate one-handed, although I missed being able to sling my handbag over the handleba...
  • Cons: Heavy to maneouvre up stairs, extras prove expensive, children may grow out of additional seats earlier than expected, The Phil & Teds Dash Inline Double may be one of the lighter tandem pushchairs around, going from 10.5kg to 13.2kg with the double kit and cocoon in place, but I really struggled with pushing it onto its back wheels to cope with kerbs, steps and buses. The first time I tried negotiating stairs with baby Sophia lying under toddler Isabel was a heart-st...
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Overall 8
8.0

Expert Review

Made for Mums
5 November 2009
  • Conclusion: The Dash is a welcome addition to the Phil & Teds range, tweaked to make it easier to use while maintaining the smooth ride and flexible, rugged design. As an investment to cope with a growing family it makes sense, but both the buggy itself and the price tag can be pretty hefty once you add all the extras.
  • Pros: Robust design suitable from birth, smooth ride, easy to adapt, lots of accessories, Once you get going, the Phil & Teds Dash glides along with hardly any effort. The large air-filled tyres give a smooth ride that copes easily with uneven surfaces and low kerbs, and the single handlebar allows you to manoeuvre it one-handed when necessary. The handlebar also switches easily between two different positions, to suit both tall and small parents. The back axle helpfully cu...
  • Cons: Difficult to manoeuvre up and down stairs, cost quickly mounts up with accessories, babies likely to grow out of carrycot options fast
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Overall 6
6.0

Phil & Teds - Dash

ma-poussette.com
20 December 2009