Summary: We’ve had our Vibe for a few years now. It’s a great buggy. We only have 1 child so it is quite big, but it definitely looks great! I really like how it folds so small. It makes it easy to just pop into the boot and go from there. We can get so much so it makes long distance travel easy peasy.
Pros: Folds small, heaps of storage, value for money
Summary: I was lucky enough to get my sister's hand-me-down vibe buggy and have been using it for about a year now. I feel a million bucks pushing this thing! It has served us incredibly well as both a single and a double when I look after my sister's kid as well.
Pros: The seat liner is super squishy and comfortable, it folds down really small as a single or double, the brake is on the handle, the sun canopy is nice and big.
Cons: Can be tricky to fold with the second seat until you get the hang of it, I wish there was a wider colour range to choose from (although, I inherited my sisters, so beggars can't be choosers!).
Summary: I’ve had a Vibe for 3 years (since my first one came along) and it has been great! As functional as it is, we like the look of it the most. I often get stopped in the street with comments from other mothers who think my pushchair looks amazing!
Excerpt: When we had our second baby we knew we needed to get a double stroller and giving up our Bugaboo was a difficult choice. I wish someone had told us that if we are going to have more than one kid, we should get the Phil & Ted in the first place!
Summary: I get so many compliments on this stroller. I would buy it again. My only complaint is that I have to remove the 2nd seat from it to fold because it is so bulky. It is not as easliy folded away as most econonomically priced dbl strollers but it is a priceless item to have.
Summary: Very flexible and practical. You can fold it easily, and my two darlings (22 months and five weeks) feel really great in it so far. It's just not ideal for off-road surfaces, as its suspension isn't that good.