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Phil and Teds Dot double review

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The Phil and Teds Dot is an all-terrain double pushchair with pneumatic tyres, which can also be used as a travel system. Phil and Teds' slimmest pushchair yet may tempt parents seeking a two-child solution that doesn't take up masses of space, but will it really make your life easier?
Is it worth your money?
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We have tested 236 pushchairs and found that there are 11 Don't Buys and 40 Best Buys.
Range of Pushchair scores
  1. 28%
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  2. 69%
    Average score
  3. 87%
    Highest score
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