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  • 4.13/5
    • Strengths:

      Easy to steer with one hand

    • Weaknesses:

      Wheels can end up faulty

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    We loved this pushchair. Considering it’s a twin you’d think it would be cumbersome and clumsy but it was so easy to steer one handed when needed. It folded neatly down and fit perfectly in our boot. It was expensive but we would buy one again if needed. The wheels ended up falling off when pushing it but it was very well used so it wasn’t too much of a concern but obviously you don’t want to get caught out. Over all though 9/10 for sure.
  • 3.75/5
    • Strengths:

      Lots of seat combinations

    • Weaknesses:

      Heavy to push, have to take apart to fold

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    This is a good double pram. It has lots of seat combinations to suit yours and your child’s needs and mood. The fact it is a tandem pram it is easy to get around narrow shop aisles however it is very long and feels heavy to push in double mode.
    This pram is also good as it can be used as a single when you no longer need it for two children. You need to remove the seat units to fold the pram which can be a pain when it’s raining as you have to put the seats on the floor and risk them getting wet.
    It has a large shopping basket. The brake is also on the handlebar so is easy to operate compared to some foot brakes.
  • 4.75/5
    • Strengths:

      Folds down small, easy to set up and very versatile

    • Weaknesses:

      Not sure if it happens with all but the front wheel shakes when going to fast

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    Absolutely love this pushchair. The set up is so versatile having used it for my twins and now my 2 year old & 6 month old. Being able to use it as just a single is a bonus too. Highly recommend this to anyone looking for a double or thinking that they will need a double buggy as you can purchase as a single then Buy the extras to convert.
  • 3.88/5
    • Strengths:

      Love the multiple configurations meaning I can always see my baby whilst my toddler is also happy

    • Weaknesses:

      Takes up a lot of boot space

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I have been using this tandem as such since March 2019 when I had my second baby. I chose the city select after researching due to the fact I live in a small town with a lot of old buildings and therefore small doorways. I also chose it based on the multiple configurations of the pram which enables me to see my baby at all times whilst he is on the extension (as it should be because my toddler is the heaviest) . It fits all folded into my Ford Fiesta boot - however it doesn’t leave much boot space for anything else (not too much of a problem as shopping is only me and the kids so have the passenger seat to fill and the footwell of the back and the middle seat
  • 3.75/5
    • Strengths:

      Comfortable tandem double, without having one baby under the other

    • Weaknesses:

      Very difficult to have both seats laying down

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I bought this buggy as a single and then bought the second seat kit. It actually worked out cheaper for me to do it this way. I had a newborn and two year old so wanted a double that would fit in my boot and be comfortable for both kids long term. I really love how versatile this pushchair is and how many combinations of car seat/pram/ seat you can have. Drawbacks I have had: The Carry cot is quite small, my son was out of it by 5 months as he could roll over and you can't strap them in and was very long it it. The seat is not reccomended until 6 months so we had a bit of limbo time that meant we had to just use it. The pushchair goes together very quickly and fits easily in the boot of my Renault Clio 3 door. You do have to take both seat units off but it isn't too much trouble. It can be quite heavy to push with both kids in, mine weighing a total of 20kg. It's also a bit front heavy. Getting up and down kerbs isn't easy. You do have to use one foot on the bar at the bottom for leverage. The hoods are very large and fully cover pretty much which I love! Seat units are comfortable and spacious. All round I think it's a lovely pushchair.
  • 4.75/5
    • Strengths:

      Easy to fold easy to use the car seat with

    • Weaknesses:

      When babies get heavier I found it harder to steer

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I loved this buggy used form birth with the car seats and only said goodbye when they got heavier as i found it use to be harder to steer. But it was so way to fold great thay the twins could have multiple seating positions very easy to change from car seat to seat 100% love this buggy just a shame it is so long.
  • 5.00/5
    • Strengths:

      Sturdy lots of room easily converts from single to twin

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I bought this when I found out I was pregnant before my son turned one. I’ve got adapters for the car seat and what’s not to love, it folds compact for a double which is a must with 5 kids and only a 7 seater I was surprised that this fits in the small space left in the boot when all seats are in use. The seats convert to a carrycot so I’m not left trying to store big carrycots later. I love how supportive the seats are my son looks so comfortable. The hoods are great they offer a lot of protection in windy conditions even when seats are reclined. The shopping basket is huge and I like that even in twin mode I can get a lot in the basket. Biggest worry with a double is manoeuvring up curbs again this is easy, step on the bar and it easily goes up. The only con is things like bars across the child’s seat are extras to buy it would be nice to have raincover and cross bars included but it’s still very good value. I looked at many doubles including big names with big price tags and lots of research showed this would offer my children more space in their seats as they get bigger. I genuinely can’t name any faults with the system for a toddler and baby you will be hard pushed to find better
  • 5.00/5
    • Strengths:

      Strong

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    Absolutely amazing buggy, very strong and sturdy compared to the many other buggys I have had and I have had A LOT been using for around a year now and have just turned it into a double for my 3 month old and 2 year old and they both love it.
  • 5.00/5
    • Strengths:

      Multiple attachments versatile choices of which way your babies can face

    • Weaknesses:

      The front wheels will snap if you put your older child there facing you

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I have bought this pushchair twice after having 14 months difference between my first two children then 20 months difference between my younger two.
    It is amazing. The carrycot is of a large size so there's plenty of room for baby (the only downside is there's no strap holding baby in place) the car seat attachment is fantastic also!
    I love how you can have both babies world facing and one isn't staring at the back of a seat. When they're both facing you the lower seat does face the back of the other but they can still see you easily enough. The seats can face each other which helps you all interact together and the windows in the hoods are fab. I also love the mesh you can put on the hood to block sun when it's in carrycot mode.
    It's sturdy and so easy to fold but you do have to remove the seats.
    I would never use a different double stroller as I'm in love with this.
  • 4.63/5
    • Strengths:

      Steering, seat positions

    • Weaknesses:

      Heavy

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I bought this buggy after the birth of my second child and haven't looked back!
    It's steering is excellent even when I have two in pram plus one on buggy board.
    The best feature is the fact that the seats can go in just about any combination you could want!
    Yes, it's heavy but very sturdy. Highly recommend.
  • 5.00/5
    • Strengths:

      Easy to use, easy to fold

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I bought this pram to replace my single as needed a double due to having a 2nd baby. I haven’t managed to use it in tandem mode yet due to new baby not being here but it’s a very nice pushchair in single mode and seems nice to use when I’ve tested it in tandem mode.
  • 3.75/5
    • Strengths:

      Folds up relatively flat

    • Weaknesses:

      Can be a bit heavier

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I was gifted this so I'm about to use it for its 4th child over 6 years. It is easy to wash, fits easily into my Renault Mégane and is simple to assemble. I have the snack trays, cosytoes etc.
  • 3.38/5
    • Strengths:

      Lots of seat combinations, kids can face each other, big hoods

    • Weaknesses:

      Very hard to get up kerbs and steer

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I have owned many double buggies!! I really liked the idea of this one but due to it's design it's very long and therefore hard to steer and get up kerbs. It does mean the seats are very roomy though and my tall 4 year old would still easily fit in the seat.
    It's lovely being able to have the kids facing each other, but in this combo it's so hard to steer as the seats are further apart.
    It does have lots of pros such as, it can be a single, huge basket, huge hoods, hand brake, easy to fold.
    The Baby Jogger buggies are my favourite but this one is just too cumbersome
  • 2.63/5
    • Strengths:

      Sturdy

    • Weaknesses:

      Heavy, and hard to steer.

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    This pram has lots of perks and lots of things that would appeal to a new parent of twins. Your babies can both face you. It fits through a standard door frame. I on the other hand did not have twins. I had a 16 month old and a new born. I quickly worked out you needed there heaviest closest to you to help with the steering. I felt that the pram was very stable, sturdy and strong. I live up a lot of steps and the pram didn't flex when bumping up and down. But to have both children in the pram and attempt to bump up or down the stairs you would have to be a body builder. It's so heavy and may a time I almost dropped my baby out of the pram. This pram was very difficult to push even on a flat path going around a corner. I damaged my back pushing and bumping this pram up the stairs. I personally didn't think the pram was very practical, I am 5ft 4in and a size 10 so not tiny. But I was rather disappointed with this pram. It does have it's perks but the cons out weighed the pros in my opinion.
  • 5.00/5
    • Strengths:

      Folds small easy to push

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I purchased this for my sons who are 13 months apartvam so glad I went with this one. You can have a seat and car seat or carrycot and seat or 2 seats. I love that unlike most doubles the seat isn't right by the wheels and you can have both seats either facing forward or just one of the seats. It's really easy and light to push even when the boys got bigger it was easy and light. The handle extends which was great as my husband's 6 foot 3 and I am 5 foot. If I had to choose another double I wouldn't hesitate to buy this one again I was so sad for it to go.
  • 4.50/5
    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    It's easy to use and beautiful to steer.. it's quite long but is generally a good buggy.. getting up kurbs is easy but sometimes hard if the heavier child is in the front..having 16 positions fits all yours and your children's needs.
  • 4.38/5
    • Strengths:

      The ease of steering, huge basket, and many configurations make this a great choice.

    • Weaknesses:

      It can get a bit heavy and takes up space on the bus

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I really love this buggy. I did loads of research on doubles while I was pregnant and this one was rated well and a good fit for our family. We needed something that could hold both an infant and toddler, fit through narrow walkways, fit in a bus, and withstand a minimum of 4 miles of walking a day. This fit ticked the boxes. It is big as most doubles are. It takes up two spaces on the bus sideways, but is easy to steer even one handed. The break on the handlebar is fab and sho much easier. The basket is huge and the large wheels handle curbs well. Or baby can be in either a carry cot bassinet or car seat with adapters and our 3 year old fits nicely in the main seat. It can be heavy with the 3 year old in front and car seat facing parent, but overall I love this buggy and know it will last us years as a double or single.
  • 4.50/5
    • Strengths:

      Easy fold. Smaller than other doubles. Easy to put up. One hand steer. Big wheels.

    • Weaknesses:

      Quite heavy to lift up curbs with two children.

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I bought this product as ivd got a 2 year old and I am expecting my second in August.
    I wanted a pushchair that could be used as a single and converted to a double when my second LO arrived.
    I picked up one of these pushchairs after much deliberation; I was thinking of an iCandy or Oyster Max but couldn’t justify the cost when my eldest would most likely not be in it long enough!
    I love that there are so many combinations, including with the maxi coding pebble car seat I have. It is so easy to open out, and it folds away fantastically; I just pop the wheels off to fit it in my Corsa!
    It is a bit heavy but that’s to be expected with two children. It has a big basket, seats are deep and my son sits so well in it. I would highly recommend this pushchair; I only wish I’d anticipated and bought this when my eldest son was born!
  • 3.00/5
    • Strengths:

      Seat flexibility, comfort, shopping basket

    • Weaknesses:

      Heavy, very long

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    This is a good pushchair for toddler and newborn. Both children are comfortable and it’s flexible to switch between seat set ups on the go and there is adequate space underneath. It is heavy though and hard to move around narrow corners. Feels a little like pushing a train! Wouldn’t use for a single pram - too heavy. Folds well but unless it’s in one particular setup you have to take the seats off which is annoying.
  • 4.50/5
    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I upgraded to this buggy from my city jogger when number two came along and I didn't regret it. Lots of different seating arrangements to suit your needs. Easy to push with one handlebar and giant basket underneath! Would recommend this buggy for more than one child or if you think you will have more than one.
  • 3.75/5
    • Strengths:

      Versatile

    • Weaknesses:

      Heavy, big, hard to steer as long in double

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    As doubles go this is not our favourite whilst seats are large it is long and hard to steer. It is not easy to get up and down pavements, and around corners. The seats have so many combinations there is something for every age and stage of child:
    It is attractive to look at but accessibility to under basket is hard.
  • 4.13/5
    • Strengths:

      Love that the children are in front of each other as the pram is still a manageable width

    • Weaknesses:

      It’s heavy to push once both babies/toddler is in it

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I bought this pram to accommodate both our children. I used it at a single pram first until our second daughter arrived, now using it as a double. I’m also using the Maxicosi adapters so we can click in the car seat for quick outings.
    The pram is easy to fold and store, however it is heavy to push with a newborn and a 19 month old toddler.
  • 4.13/5
    • Strengths:

      The girls have lots of room in this pushchair

    • Weaknesses:

      It’s a heavy pram

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I love this double buggy and I had this pushchair from when my twin girls were newborn I had the carrycots for the pram and the girls were super comfy! The pram is built well and is really sturdy, it’s easy to push and manoeuvre! The only slight negative is that when the girls get bigger a heavier the pram is getting heavier to lift up the curbs but other than that the pram is a really good one and we love it!
  • 4.38/5
    • Strengths:

      It's a great double buggy it can have many different positions and the basket is huge!

    • Weaknesses:

      I have a two year old and a 10 week old and no matter what way I put it my oldest always looks squas

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    Although I so love how easy this is to push i find that my oldest always looks squashed. I love the basket it holds so much.
    The folding is simple enough although my handles always get jammed. I love the break it is the easiest break I've ever come across
  • 4.25/5
    • Strengths:

      Turning from a single to a double and back, so versatile

    • Weaknesses:

      Original didn't fold small with seats on, was a bulky fold.

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    We have had so many Prams in the past but finally we found this baby jogger city select Pram and haven't gone back a few weeks after our second daughter was born, we have used it in double to single and back again through 3 children and are currently using in with our fourth. We love it so much room and the seats can go any way, you can even add a buggy born. The break is on the handle bar so no issues with access and the basket is huge even with 2 seats on. A few things could of made this Pram amazing like folding seats for smaller spaces taken in boots, they have fulfilled all this with the new city select lux..and even a jump seat (like a sit and stand seat) amazing. Worth every penny.
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Description

The Baby Jogger City Select Twin is practical for parents and comfortable for little-ones. It is designed to keep your growing family rolling.
With over 16 configurations, the possibilities are endless: Front facing, parent facing, sibling facing: whatever you need.


Features:

  • Patented Quick Fold Technology
  • Unique multi functional design
  • 16 possible seating combinations (with double conversion kit)
  • 12 inch forever-air rear and 8 inch quick release wheels with sealed ball bearings
  • Dual lockable swivel front wheels with suspension
  • Padded dual facing seat with multi position recline
  • Adjustable handle height
  • Multi position hood canopy with peek a boo window
  • 5 point safety harness with shoulder pads and buckle cover
  • Multi position foot well tilt expands and adds leg support for smaller children
  • Hand operated parking brake
  • Large under seat and seat back storage compartment
  • Secure storage latch

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