Britax B-Dual Double Buggy review

from Britax
RRP  £449.98
Britax B-Dual Pushchair

by Liat Hughes Joshi |
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Sturdy and highly flexible, this convertible pushchair is perfect for a growing family and is a good all round option for a mid price point. Easy to use, but rather heavy.

The B-Dual is a convertible tandem that has an impressive 22 different seating configurations if you buy a compatible car seat and carrycot.

Its really versatile and you can use it for either one or two children

Its really versatile and you can use it for either one or two children, including twins. Watch out for the weight, though – it’s quite backbreaking as a double despite the lightweight aluminum chassis. That said you may find the weight worth it for the flexibility. The B-Dual fits through most doorways and steering is impressive, even over rough terrain, it can fold with both seats attached. There's a good amount of room between the seats, too, so children won’t feel squashed and you can add a Group 0+ carseat to form a travel system.
It comes with tons of handy features like height-adjustable handles, a spacious shopping basket, a super comfy padded handle bar and quick-release wheels, making it a doddle to fold compactly.

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Product Information

Britax B-Dual Pushchair

Weighs 16.6kg (in double mode)

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