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03-Aug-2016 23:26

It’s also quite wide, so bear that in mind if you’re going to be taking a lot of public transport. Phil & Teds Dash Pushchair: £499, Tandem buggies are great for parents who don’t want the width that normally comes with double strollers.

This stylish one is the lightest tandem available, at just 11.5kg, and it’s compact when folded, as well as being simple to fold. It’s not the easiest to carry on stairs, though, and the tandem add-on costs extra. Baby Jogger City Mini Double: £449, uk This lightweight, compact buggy is ideal if you want something to jog with.

They’ll also be nice and comfy, thanks to the good-sized seats, while parents will like the easy access to the shopping basket. It’s easy to clean and is flexible, as well as suiting kids of different ages, all the way from birth. It’s simple to set up, fits easily through doors and is great for solid ground, although we found it struggled on grass and rougher terrain and wasn’t the lightest we tried. Even top-notch buggies can be difficult to fold, but this one is a doddle, and it stands up when folded too.

Better for urban trips, though, as it doesn’t fit easily in some car boots and it’s not great on gravel and grass. i Candy Peach 3 Double Pushchair: £1020, Yes, it’s top dollar, but this stylish, sturdy and exceptionally easily manoeuvrable buggy does include two seat units and two carrycots, which are approved for overnight sleeping. Mountain Buggy Duet: £549, If you love the great outdoors, this is absolutely the double buggy for you.

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heard from Deborah*, who reported that she’d lost £4,000 to a dating scam last year in what she described as a ‘horrid situation’ that caused considerable distress. He presented himself as a business consultant working in the oil industry who was often out of the country.

While many people get a Maclaren as a cheaper and more lightweight second buggy, we think this is the only buggy you’ll need.Buy now Verdict If you’ve got the dosh, the Bugaboo Donkey Twin is our clear winner.It’s an absolute dream to push and ticks every box, except being easy to fold – and even that isn’t bad when you’ve worked out the knack.If you’re not quite ready for a double buggy, you can purchase the Peach 3 as a single stroller and later convert it. Suitable from birth to four years, it can cope with any kind of uneven ground, yet it still manages to look great.It’s highly flexible – you can get a toddler board to attach for older little ones to stand on – it’s slimmer than most on the list and it stores away easily.

While many people get a Maclaren as a cheaper and more lightweight second buggy, we think this is the only buggy you’ll need.

Buy now Verdict If you’ve got the dosh, the Bugaboo Donkey Twin is our clear winner.

It’s an absolute dream to push and ticks every box, except being easy to fold – and even that isn’t bad when you’ve worked out the knack.

If you’re not quite ready for a double buggy, you can purchase the Peach 3 as a single stroller and later convert it. Suitable from birth to four years, it can cope with any kind of uneven ground, yet it still manages to look great.

It’s highly flexible – you can get a toddler board to attach for older little ones to stand on – it’s slimmer than most on the list and it stores away easily.

For something more purse-friendly, our vote goes to the Joie Aire Twin, which is light, robust and nippy, with plenty of attention to detail.