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#1 FeralFP

Posted 05 February 2013 - 03:31 PM

Hi all. I'm tossing up whether to get an inline pram or a side by side type and was just after others experiences?

What I'm wondering is how did your bub cope with being in the bottom seat (staring at the back of the main seat) once they were a bit older? I'm sure its not an issue as a newborn, but once they are interested in the world did they get really bored and whingey because they couldnt see what was happening?

How did you find it?

Edited by JBaby, 05 February 2013 - 03:36 PM.


#2 LoveMy3Kids

Posted 05 February 2013 - 03:34 PM

We had a Phil & Teds and my older one preferred to sit in the back. They can still see the world from back there, not just directly in front of them. I never found it to be an issue and the kids don't know any different.

#3 WibbleWobble

Posted 05 February 2013 - 03:37 PM

Before long my oldest one sat in the back as it was easier to get them in and out when they wanted to walk.

#4 Threelittleducks

Posted 05 February 2013 - 03:38 PM

We have a BJCS, and while longer than some other in-line prams, it is truly awesome.

We were able to fit two capsules in it. Up until 18 months the twins faced each other. Now they both face forward with a view.

I really dislike the 'bottom bunk' style in-line prams.

Cheers

#5 sks_2009

Posted 05 February 2013 - 03:38 PM

I've got a BJCS, so an inline pram, and I love it. I like that it can be a single or a double, also I like that the second seat isn't underneath the other seat, so both of my girls sit facing each other, they play with each other, it's really cute. Also my 3 year old can get out of the pram and its still fine for the baby to sit and look out at everything. I totally love it.

#6 ~~HappyMummy~~

Posted 07 February 2013 - 12:32 PM

I had an inline strider plus and found it hard to put the toddler in the underneath seat.  Back breaking.  Also her feet were in the basket kicking the groceries.  

I also had a BJCS and while better than the strider, it is verrrry long.

I've now got a BJ city mini double side by side and its perfect.  Go the side by side.  You won't regret it.




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