Maclaren Twin Techno Double Buggy review

from Maclaren
RRP  £375.00
Maclaren Twin Techno Pushchair

by Liat Hughes Joshi |
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A good value suitable from birth pushchair that’s a solid choice, with lots of extras and perfect for transporting twins. Extremely slimline for a side-by-side pushchair so perfect for busy city living.

An easy-to-use umbrella-fold buggy that’s reasonably well made and comes with a lifetime guarantee.

The Twin Techno is a good choice for urban life

Although officially ‘suitable from birth’ and having five recline positions, the seats don’t really lie flat enough for a newborn. The Twin Techno is a good choice for urban life, though, as it’s narrower than most side-by-sides, fits through most standard doorways and folds down compactly. Raincovers and footmuffs are also included in the price.
There are features to cater for your growing child, too- the shoulder harness is adjustable and you can extend the leg rest for added comfort. The removable and washable seat cover is especially ideal for messy toddlers. The Twin Techno is easy to carry when collapsed as it has a special handle and manouevers well over most terrain. A decent quality buggy at a great price but it's a shame its not very exciting to look at.

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Product Information

Maclaren Twin Techno Pushchair

Weighs 12.2kg

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