Conclusion: A sleek, stylish buggy that makes transporting two children simple, whatever their age or stage. With some outstanding features and the ability to fold compactly, even with the second seat attached, the Verve Inline Double is a well-designed buggy. But despite the urban tag line it isn’t the easiest inline to use around town.
Pros: Stylish chassis design, lasts from birth to 6 years, stable, second seat reclines, folds with second seat attached, can use a car seat and doubles kit at the same time, converts to single buggy
Cons: Feels wide when in shops, expensive when accessories added, noisy to push compared to other Phil and Teds Inlines, buggy seats are forward facing only
Summary: Had the Verve been available 2 years ago when my youngest was about to be born it would have been my double of choice. The manoeuvrability, the one-piece fold, and the reclining toddler seat make it a fantastic option. The blending of comfort for both children, no matter which mode you are using it in, and ease of use for parents is a winning combination.
Pros: Reclining toddler seat, Folds in one piece, Excellent manoeuvrability, Can use travel system and double kit simultaneously, Easily adjustable harness, Large comfortable seating, Hand brake
Cons: Double kit hood must be removed before folding, Front wheels are not quick release, Basket space becomes limited in double mode, An older double kit rider is able to press on the front wheels through the under seat basket.