In a Nutshell
Whisk siblings about in style with the deluxe Promenade, which enables two babies to each face either direction in cool chairs, with adjustable footrests that convert into lie-flat bassinets.
Once child number two arrives, many parents splurge on an inline tandem-style pushchair. The Promenade ups the ante on most with its innovative flat-bed seats and huge zip-up hood.
Unusually for a Phil & Teds model, this has four wheels and non-inflatable tyres. Even so, it is still highly manoeuvrable on flatter surfaces, while the basket and telescopic handle are great.
Like the Quinny Moodd model, the Promenade boasts a stunning semi-automated fold mechanism. You do need to remove the second chair unit (£139) or clip-on car seat to collapse it, though.
In single mode, the pushchair weighs a chunky 13kg, rising to 16kg as a double. Consider the cost of add-ons, such as a raincover (£18) or adaptors (£35) for a Maxi-Cosi or Phil & Teds car seat.
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