Jane Twin Two

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I found out I was expecting twins in May 2006 and went into shock, the buggy that I'd been loving pushing around the stores of Mothercare was suddenly not an option.  I scored internet sites and magazines for suitable buggies to take both my newborns when they arrived, I was so worried about how I would cope out in the world alone with two babies.

I quickly realised that "side by side" prams were not going to be of any use to me especially in my area as they just would not be able to get through shop door ways and as I would have little "hands on support" I was not prepared to leave my little ones outside whilst I pick up groceries.

I read about the Twin Two via Tamba and reports were "stetchy" as I think it had only recently been lauched although the Powertwin was readily available.

I had to travel to the NEC Baby Show to actually see a Twin Two in the flesh and have a full demonstration and I must admit it looked the size of a small family car!

However I can honestly say this piece of kit saved me from being stranded at home.  The car seats were so easy to get in and out of the car (although they are very heavy compared to regular car seats) with the "easy click and release" button system on them there was no fiddling around to unclip them from the buggy, which I found a god send when they were sleeping, again being on my own I never felt overwhelmed with taking them out an about.

The buggy is not as heavy as it looks, infact the Twin Two is lighter that the Powertwin, it gives each child alot more leg room, and the biggest advantage for me was that the girls didn't have to be in there car seats to use the buggy when they were newborn, they could travel very comfotably in the buggy itself as the seats reline into a lie down postion.

The buggy is so easy to move around, you could "turn it on a sixpence", although you do need a large boot to accommodate it, but luckly we already had a Megane Senic MPV.

Cost well we had the whole package, buggy, 2 rebel car seats, cosy toes for the car seats, and nests for the buggy and we didn't get much change from £800. Not cheap.

But for my sanity and the service it has provided it was the best buy I have made so far for my girls.

 

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