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Graco Ready2Grow Double Pushchair

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  • Easy to steer
  • Value for money
  • Easy to fold
  • Built to last
  • 4.50/5
    • Strengths:

      Can change the seats perfect for different aged children

    • Weaknesses:

      Very heavy!

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    This is an amazing buggy, the fact you can change the seats around is a god send - especially with a 13-month age gap.
    It’s versatile and folds easily. Fairly small once folded as well meaning it fits in a boot.
    The only downside is it is extremely heavy, meaning at times it can be difficult to steer and push up/down curbs.
  • 5.00/5
    • Strengths:

      Versatile

    • Weaknesses:

      Nothing

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I love this pushchair I swear by the brand! And it's amazing for toddler and baby or even toddler and older child.
    We took ours on holiday also and space wise it was brilliant!
  • 4.88/5
    • Strengths:

      The pram is built to last

    • Weaknesses:

      Is a little back end heavy

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I'm currently using this pram I've a 15 month age gap so has been perfect for that only thing I find that the back seat dose not have a recline for the younger child my 10 month old sleeps to the side because of this. The front seat could be doing with being wider it is rather small. Two big hoods and a massive basket which isn't really easy to get too.
    But it dose what I currently need. Fit in our car perfect. Big wheels so is okay for off road paths.
  • 3.75/5
    • Strengths:

      Great if you have two children close in age as the step is amazing for the older child.

    • Weaknesses:

      Can be hard to steer.

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    Overal an amazing buggy! Easy to use and assemble/remove bits for the next stage. The basket is a great size underneath and it’s really easy to fold away.
    Definitely easier than a normal tandem buggy.
  • 3.25/5
    • Strengths:

      Easy to push

    • Weaknesses:

      Don’t fit to back of a car properly

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I loved this for when my to where born 11 months apart but the hard part was trying to fit it into a boot of a car but other than that it’s great
  • 3.38/5
    • Strengths:

      Stong and sturdy

    • Weaknesses:

      Not the easiest to manoeuvre on a bus particularly if it's narrow

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I had this pram for 12 months found it the be strong and sturdy ideal for 2 toddlers although can be used for younger children but found it hard to manoeuvre on and off buses as I don't drive and heaven to get on and off trains ideal for someone who walks alot plenty of storage space underneath and crash to fold again it's heavey
  • 4.63/5
    • Strengths:

      Easy to fold and super adaptable

    • Weaknesses:

      Heat to get up high curbs with bigger children

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    As a mother of 7 under 10 that doesn't drive if had a few doubles.most prams have a con some of which can make life a pain,this one however this one tackles most issues,it has a huge basket underneath which you can get to whichever way you use the pram,it is a strong pram and doesn't feel flimsy and unsafe,if you have a baby and toddler you can see both using a carseat in the front and most importantly you can fold using one hand which is fantastic as buses can be full and if I have an appointment I can't wait for the next one and because you can have a carseat baby can be placed safely while folding it down,the only problem is mounting higher curbs specially if the heavier child is in the front but that is a problem with tandems unless the seat is underneath but this pram allow both children to view the world as they are not stuck looking at the back or underneath of the seat infront
  • 4.13/5
    • Strengths:

      The strengths for this buggy are the fact you can have 2 children comfortably sit or stand

    • Weaknesses:

      It is a lil heavy with both children in

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    I absolutely love this buggy. It is perfect for children aged newborn till around 5yrs old. The built in buggy board is a godsend and being able to attach a car seat to the front or rear is awesome. It has a massive basket underneath and the raincover is cool as it has lil doors on the rear for when your child is on the lower seat. It's one hand fold is a plus aswell. One downside is it was to big for our car boot other then that I highly recommend it for anyone who has 2 children.
  • 4.13/5
    • Strengths:

      Easy to push great for growing kids and newborn

    • Weaknesses:

      None

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    It’s a great pram very sturdy and good for new horns and toddlers to keep both ocapadied and secure when on the go love this pram so practical aswell xx
  • 4.63/5
    • Strengths:

      Versitile, easy to use, comfortable, various combinations

    • Weaknesses:

      Too big for a standard car boot, can be a little difficult to get up higher curbs

    • Built to last
    • Easy to fold
    • Easy to steer
    • Value for money
    There was 17 months difference between my two girls and this Pushchair worked out great. It was extremely easy to put together and even easier to fold down, a button press and a twist! The younger one could stay in her car seat as it attached to the little seat that can be parent facing and my oldest was in the front enjoying the world with a little tray unit keeping her entertained with snacks and her water bottle. When the youngest was older and able to sit up she would go in the front and the eldest would sit on the bench seat at the back (it has a little lap belt for them too) she could easily hop on and off as she pleased, or she could stand up too if she liked. For a big unit it was actually very easy to manoeuvre and use. In the colder months we used cosy toes in the front and on the bench seat, was great. There’s also a little try unit for the parents near the handle bar with a cup holder -perfect! The shopping basket was a reasonable size too. It wasn’t as heavy as some of the other tandem pushchairs we had looked at and worked well with us. The rain cover supplied covers the whole unit and has a large section that opens at the back so the eldest could still jump out if she wanted to walk. The front seat does recline but only a little bit, it would not be suitable for a newborn in the front. Going up higher curbs could be tricky as there are stoppers that prevent it tipping backwards, but wasn’t too much of an issue. This would not fit in a standard boot as when folded, although fairly flat it is very long.
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Description

The Graco Ready 2 Grow Pushchair features two seats, and when it is combined with the Junior Baby infant car seat (sold separately) it can be made into 12 different riding combinations to follow your children's growth stages, from infant to youth.

Suitable from birth when used with a Graco Junior Baby 0+ Car Seat, (not included) this pushchair can be combined with two infant car seats for newborn twins, or used  with one car seat for a newborn and an older child.

Features:

  • Front and rear seats with 5 point harnesses
  • Padded bench seat with 3 point harness and standing platform for older children
  • Front seat features multi position cord recline
  • Free standing when folded
  • All round spring suspension
  • Removable child tray
  • Parent tray with pivoting cup holder

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