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Rosie&Henry 

Any suggestions for best double buggy for toddler and newborn please?

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Celine Bell 
A shout out for the P&T here (as another poster says, the new ones are light and nippy - look for the Dot). But a sling is the absolute essential for a baby and toddler. Mine are 21 months apart and it was the only way I could survive/drink tea.
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Ben Tantrum 
I was going to ask that question!
623ldn 
Lots out there. What's your budget and what features are important to you (collapsible,newborn faces rear, prefer seats side-to-side etc)?
Rosie&Henry 
I prefer the newborn not to be at my feet as we live near a busy road with lots of car exhausts but otherwise open to suggestions...
Emma J W 
Because of space shortage in our flat, I've been managing with our uppababy cruz, a buggy board and an ergo carrier. Most of the time the baby is in the pushchair and toddler on the buggy board but when the toddler needs to sleep the baby goes in the carrier. I've actually been given a Phil and teds double buggy but it seems so heavy that I haven't got round to putting it together...
Anonymous 
We have the Oyster Max and v happy. Main thing for me was not side-by-side as we do buses a lot in London. Baby can be facing you in early days too which is great. Negatives are rubbish individual rain covers (bought a large double on Amazon), one of our front wheels has become temperamental, careful unfolding as can rip the basket. Otherwise it's been great. If I did it again I'd just check out the Hauck as its cheap and light and looks like bottom child gets more space. Didn't get the chance to see it in person til recently.
Anonymous 
Theres a reason why there are so many phil n teds around.... the newer ones are much lghter and more manouverable
Anonymous 
I had a Baby Jogger City Select - kids can face each other so it worked well. Quite heavy though so not great if you're on and off buses and tubes etc.
Anonymous 
We love our uppababy vista as there's lots of seat combos and an option to add buggy board for toddler too
Celine Bell 
A shout out for the P&T here (as another poster says, the new ones are light and nippy - look for the Dot). But a sling is the absolute essential for a baby and toddler. Mine are 21 months apart and it was the only way I could survive/drink tea.

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