can anyone recommend a triple buggy please
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    Default can anyone recommend a triple buggy please

    ive been looking for a while now and cant seem to find one
    they are very expensive!
    ive got a tandem double at the moment that i hate as the child in the front cant sleep if its nap
    time, and its horrible to push.
    i have a buggy pod but never used it as i just dont trust it, cant seem to clip it on properly to
    my silver cross or bebe confort.
    and would never even consider trying to attach to my double as it would make it even harder to
    push.
    ive had an enquiry for a 10 month old, already have my own 18 month old and 16 month old minded
    child.

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    if you have a garage or rear access (and don't need to take buggy through your house) I'd recommend the T3. I loved it. unfortunately I didn't have a garage or rear access and it didn't do my narrow victorian hallway any favours me scraping it down the hallway each time I needed to use it - they don't fold small.

    However, kids loved it, dream to push

    they are expensive new but I got a 6 month old one on gumtree for £300.
    if you do what you've always done, you'll get what you've always got

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    I say T3 too. I love mine. Although the front seat doesn't recline, I used to take a pillow and put it behind the front passenger. With the rear hoods up and the front hood resting on them it provides enough support for a toddler who's nodded off!

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    got mine from Lots of Babies, its fab to push and fits through standard doors you can use it as just a double or attach a third seat to the top x

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    I also use a T3.

    Yes, the initial outlay is expense, but they are sturdy, well-built, and you can buy spares from the company. So I expect it to last far longer than other flimsy buggies which have to be scrapped as soon as the first part wears out.

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    I have a doubly mclaren and buggy pod, works well for me!

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    i have a t3 and love it just need to keep tyres pumped up.Not sure how i would manage without it. i try to not have them sleep in it but i put the oldest in the front and hope they stay awake. I have a good strong bike lock for it so i can padlock it outside if need to.

 

 

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