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Double pushchairs

Top 10 popular double pushchairs for 2020

By Lisa Galliers

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A double pushchair is probably on your shopping list if you're expecting a new baby but already have a toddler in tow, or if you're having twins. But with such an array on the market, it can be confusing working out which is the best option for your family.

To help you choose, we've rounded up the top 10 most popular double buggies on Which.co.uk over the past few months. They’ve all been through our unique blend of safety and durability testing, combined with our expert assessments and ergonomic checks to assess how comfortable they are to ride in. We then get parents and their babies to test them by taking them around our specially designed obstacle course.

But not all of the pushchairs below are worth you buying, and one did so badly in our tests we've named it a Don't Buy. Here's our list of the most popular double pushchairs on the Which? website in the past few months.

  1. Mountain Buggy Duet V3 Double, £539
  2. iCandy Orange Double, £1,050
  3. Mamas & Papas Armadillo Twin, £400
  4. Babystyle Oyster Twin, £250
  5. Silver Cross Coast Double, £1,175
  6. Baby Jogger City Tour 2 double, £449
  7. Uppababy Vista 2017 Double, £930
  8. iCandy Apple 2 Pear, £400
  9. Silver Cross Wave Double, £995
  10. Graco Stadium Duo, £148

Source: most-visited Which.co.uk pushchair reviews from 1 October 2019 to 29 February 2020.

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Mountain Buggy Duet V3 Double

Mountain Buggy Duet V3 double

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£649.00
Reviewed

Mountain Buggy describes its Duet double pushchair as 'the world's best side-by-side', which is a pretty grand claim. We previously tested the original back in 2013, but we've brought it back into our lab to scrutinise the updated Mountain Buggy Duet V3 double. Find out how it's rated by our pushchair experts and parent testers, and whether it would be a suitable pushchair for your family.

iCandy Orange Double

iCandy Orange double

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£1,040.00
Reviewed

The iCandy Orange double pushchair joins the ever-popular Peach in iCandy's range for parents expecting twins, or a newborn to join their toddler. The Orange has special risers to make one seat higher than the other, so you'll be able to see both your children at the same time. Is this pushchair worth its price? Read our review to find out.

Mamas & Papas Armadillo Twin

Mamas & Papas Armadillo Twin

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£400.00
Reviewed

The ever-popular Mamas & Papas Armadillo stroller is now available as a double, so if you have twins or want to upgrade your pushchair to a double buggy for two children, this could be the answer. It has two large seats which you can adjust individually to suit your passengers, a single handlebar to help with pushing, and a 'slim design', so you shouldn't be troubled by doors en-route. Is this double buggy a Best Buy? Read our full review to find out.

Babystyle Oyster Twin

Babystyle Oyster Twin

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£249.00
Reviewed

The BabyStyle Oyster Twin buggy is 'redefining side-by-side strolling' according to BabyStyle. Suitable for twins or different-aged children, the Oyster Twin has all-round suspension, which should help provide a smooth rise, large shopping baskets, lie-flat seats, a large double bumper bar and a fold that BabyStyle says is 'exceptional'. With two on-trend colours to choose from, is this the double buggy for you? Read our full test review to see what we uncovered.

Silver Cross Coast Double

Silver Cross Coast double

Test score %

£836.28
Reviewed

The Silver Cross Coast is the younger sibling of the Wave. Both are single-to-double convertible pushchairs, but the newer Coast is claimed to be lighter and more streamlined. It certainly offers parents flexibility, as both seats can switch direction, or you can swap the seats for a carrycot or baby car seat. Read our Silver Cross Coast double review to see if we rate it for use with two children at once.

Baby Jogger City 2 double

Baby Jogger City Tour 2 double

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£449.00
Reviewed

The Baby Jogger City Tour 2 Double claims to fold down small, with a lightweight frame that should be able to fit through a standard-width doorway, even though the seats are side-by-side. Double buggies can be heavy and bulky, which makes them a pain to use and to transport when folded. Read our review of the City Tour 2 Double to see whether it's worth considering for twins or siblings.

Uppababy Vista 2017 Double

74%
£930.00
Reviewed

This is a great double pushchair that wowed our parent testers. It has a number of different configurations for two young children, thanks to the reversible seats and the ability to switch easily from double to mono mode and back again. You can also use it with baby car seats or carrycots.

iCandy Apple 2 Pear

iCandy Apple 2 Pear

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£400.00
Reviewed

The iCandy Apple 2 Pear travel system is based on the Apple 2 single pushchair, which can be converted to the Pear 2 tandem double pushchair as and when your family expands. As a double there are a number of different options, such as two car seats, two carrycots (iCandy call them ‘newborn nests’ as they don't have carry handles) or two pushchair seats, all of which you can mix and match. Read the full review to find out how it scores.

Silver Cross Wave Double

Silver Cross Wave double

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£995.00
Reviewed

The Silver Cross Wave is a convertible single-to-double travel-system pushchair from a high-end brand popular with royalty. You can use it as a single, but the package comes with everything you need to use it as a double for a newborn and a toddler. Find out whether this stylish Silver Cross is worth splashing out on by reading our full review.

Graco Stadium Duo

Graco Stadium Duo click connect

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£180.00
Reviewed

Graco's Stadium Duo Connect is a tandem double buggy that's been around in the Graco range for many years. It's had a number of updates since we first tested it in 2009. Graco claims it has a 'one-second fold' and two reclining seats, both of which have play trays. You'll also get four cup holders. Is this the double buggy for you? Read our full test review to find out.

These are the 10 most-visited double pushchair reviews on Which.co.uk from 1 October 2019 to 29 February 2020. Pricing, recommendations and test scores correct as of February 2020. Prices may change.

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How we test double pushchairs

We send the newest single and double pushchairs on the market to the Which? test lab in regular batches each year.

  • There, we carry out a range of safety and performance assessments, checking for choking hazards and testing the safety of brakes and harnesses. We also look at ease of use, how well the pushchairs handle various ground surfaces, and how easy they are to clean.
  • We wheel each pushchair for around 206km over a bumpy treadmill, fully loaded, to see how durable it is. That's the rough equivalent of pushing it from London to Birmingham.
  • Our parent panel and their children also get their hands on all the pushchairs we test. They carry out a range of tasks, including pushing, steering, folding, carrying and adjusting, to see how easy each one is to use.
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