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Whether you’ve been blessed with twins or you’re looking for a stroller to transport your baby and toddler together, you’re going to need a double pram.
There are three main double pram styles: side-by-side, tandem or single-seaters with an attachment. Here’s what you need to know about each of them.
A side-by-side pram can be used for twin babies, a toddler and a baby or two toddlers, making it a versatile option. As the name suggests, the side-by-side pram has two seats placed next to each other – just make sure both of the seats recline individually. This type of pram is great so parents can see both of their babies at the same time. However, they tend to be bigger and heavier, making manoeuvring them a mission in certain situations.
A tandem pram can be used with a baby and toddler or two toddlers. However, we don’t recommend using a tandem pram for twin babies. Babies under six months shouldn’t be placed in a stroller seat unless the backrest can be reclined more than 130°. While it’s common for the back seat of a tandem pram to recline, it’s rare to find one with a reclining front seat. Parents love this type of pram as it’s narrower than a side-by-side pram. However, it can be heavy. One con is that it’s harder to keep an eye on the child upfront.
This type of pram involves buying a single pram and adding a toddler seat attachment later. A big advantage to this pram is that you don’t have to buy a new later if you’re planning for more children. When choosing a single-seater with an attachment, make sure you read the manufacturer instructions before using. Not using it properly could lead to the pram being unbalanced.
As mentioned above, double prams can be heavy and tricky to manoeuvre even without your kids in it. Make sure you can comfortably lift the pram in and out of the car and upstairs etc. before buying.
Make sure the pram you choose has brakes that are easy for you to reach, but out of the way of little hands.
Look for products certified to Safety Standard AS/NZS 2088, and do a quick Google search to make sure the model you are looking at hasn’t been recalled.
Children under five should wear a five-point harness in a pram that goes over the shoulders, around the waist and between the legs.
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