Baby Jogger tops the most popular double pushchairs chart on Which.co.uk – with the Baby Jogger City Select tandem double taking the number one spot.
Coming in second is another Baby Jogger double – the Baby Jogger City Mini GT, which is a side by side pushchair model.
Which? has rounded up the 10 most popular double pushchairs based on those reviews with the most views over the last six month period.
The Babystyle Oyster Max, Phil & Teds Navigator double and Mountain Buggy Duet come in third, fourth and fifth places. Double pushchair models from Britax, iCandy, Bugaboo and Out ‘N’ About are also in the top 10. To find out which models sit where, head to our popular double pushchairs gallery.
These models might be our most popular, but that doesn’t mean they are top scorers. To find out how they fared when faced with our Which? pushchairs test lab and parents’ panel testers, follow your favourite below to read the full review.
Popular double pushchairs top 5
1. Baby Jogger City Select double, £500
2. Baby Jogger City Mini GT double, £500
3. Babystyle Oyster Max, £530
4. Phil & Teds Navigator double, £518
5. Mountain Buggy Duet, £500
iCandy, Baby Jogger and Britax
Last year, iCandy took the top two spots in our popular double pushchairs list. But this is clearly the year of Baby Jogger as the City Select double and City Mini GT double move up from positions three and four last year. Britax pushchairs – two of the cheaper models on the list – have also enjoyed a surge in popularity, taking two spots in this year’s top 10 after not appearing on last year’s list
Your favourite not in our top 10? Find it in our double pushchair reviews.
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