View Full Version : Triple or Quad Buggy!!

09-03-2013, 03:09 PM
I'm pretty sure this has been asked many times before however it's a very monumental question and an important decision so I am asking it again! I want to buy a pushchair with a minimum of three seats but they must all be able to recline at least a little (I saw one where the third seat was completely upright which would be awful if the child became tired). Anyway ... money is not an issue, I'm not looking for a cheap option, as I am happy to pay for the best as I walk MILES every day so it has to be comfortable for all concerned. I have to be able to fit it on and off of a bus as well (although the buses have wide doors in the middle). I need one that is as easy to push as possible and as comfortable as possible for the children. Any advice appreciated! Strangely excited about making my purchase :-)
Actually it ideally needs to be able to fit through a standard doorway so I can still go to the children's centres lol ... Perhaps they have a back way in for people with tank sized pushchairs?!

09-03-2013, 04:09 PM
Not got a sensible reply -sorry - but had fun looking on google images for quad buggies. As price is not an issue, you can get some good ones from America! This page even has a 6 seater http://www.hotelfun4kids.com/hotelproducts/strollers.ht

I know someone who has a walking wagon like this one: Google Image Result for http://www.walkingwagon.com/images/content/IMG_6059.jpg (http://www.google.co.uk/imgres?imgurl=http://www.walkingwagon.com/images/content/IMG_6059.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.walkingwagon.com/&h=343&w=515&sz=166&tbnid=TduajG-yiYgwbM:&tbnh=120&tbnw=180&zoom=1&usg=__HXmMF3RFlX2RFqzUvpXIB_D4ouk=&docid=zEI-S17yXXzwhM&sa=X&ei=EV47UdaRGa-N7AbU64Ao&ved=0CFsQ9QEwBA&dur=2856)

Personally I don't like it because it has to be pulled rather than pushed, and the seats are solid and its not as spacious as it looks. YOu can attach baby seats to it. however I have seen similar on the market that are designed better - but again probably come from a specialist abroad. The person I know has reviewed her wagon here on page 24 :

Google Image Result for http://www.walkingwagon.com/images/content/IMG_6059.jpg (http://www.google.co.uk/imgres?imgurl=http://www.walkingwagon.com/images/content/IMG_6059.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.walkingwagon.com/&h=343&w=515&sz=166&tbnid=TduajG-yiYgwbM:&tbnh=120&tbnw=180&zoom=1&usg=__HXmMF3RFlX2RFqzUvpXIB_D4ouk=&docid=zEI-S17yXXzwhM&sa=X&ei=EV47UdaRGa-N7AbU64Ao&ved=0CFsQ9QEwBA&dur=2856)

09-03-2013, 05:19 PM
Oh wow .. they'd be perfect if I had an Assistant :D
I don't see it going onto the bus though lmao

09-03-2013, 05:36 PM
Look at ABC buggy they are doing triple and quads buggies. You can email them and they will send you a quote for it and the shipping costs from new Zealand. I just bought a single abc with double attachments to made it into triple.

09-03-2013, 05:48 PM
There's always an advert for a triple/quad jogger in the NCMA magazine. I think the site is lotsofbabies.com! I once looked but they are too expensive for me :( Got really good reviews though.