Win an Out’n’About Nipper Double V5!

Out’n’About Nipper Double V5

by Emily Gilbert |
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The refreshed and upgraded multi-award-winning Double Buggy from Out’n’About. The Nipper Double V5 is an excellent solution for parents who require a multipurpose pushchair for two. This side-by-side buggy is ideal for everyday use with its effortless push, sleek design and lightweight frame; making journeys over muddy terrains, cobbles and potholes, exploring park trails or hiking the Yorkshire dales a breeze!

A smooth ride is assured for both the parent and children thanks to standout features such as rear wheel suspension, a 360 swivel front wheel, comfy spacious seats and ample storage options.

With independently reclining seats which are suitable from newborn, the V5 Nipper Double will comfortably seat twins or children of different weights and ages. There is also the option to add either 1 or 2 parent facing carrycots. At a slim width of just 72cm, the Nipper Double will glide through a standard doorway. A quick, compact fold design allows for easy handling and transport.

One lucky winner is in with a chance of winning their very own Nipper Double. Simply enter below to be in with a chance.

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