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Mountain buggy duet 2.5

El carrito es una de las compras más meditadas por los padres por varios motivos: nuestro bebé pasará mucho tiempo en él, es una gran inversión y además es uno de los objetos que más tiempo pretendemos utilizar.

Es por ese motivo que nos gusta comparar y leer distintas opiniones. Además, si estás esperando mellizos o gemelos, las opciones en el mercado se reducen y no es por desilusionarte pero un carro gemelar no es como el de un único bebé que pueden prestárnoslo, así que es bastante habitual tener que comprarlo nuevo. Pero relájate y toma nota con este top 7 que te traemos con los mejores carritos gemelares con sus pros y sus contras.

Bugaboo Donkey Dúo

Se trata de un carrito bastante completo. Una de las cosas que más llama la atención es que cada asiento es independiente y se pueden girar para que miren de frente a nosotros. Además puede usarse en modo «mono», es decir, si solo tenemos que ir por ejemplo con uno de los pequeños podemos quitar la otra silla o capazo y colocar un cestillo que viene como extra. Tendrás la posibilidad de usarlo con capazo y silla, por si tienes peques de distintas edades. La sombrilla, la bolsa o el saco hay que comprarlos aparte. Tendrás que tener cuidado con las ruedas porque podrías pinchar. Es quizá de los más anchos del mercado, 74 cm. Si aún tienes dudas puedes ver nuestro completo review con vídeo incluido.

Precio en El Corte Inglés: 1.540€

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Uno de los inconvenientes es que los asientos no son reversibles y que siempre los pequeños irán mirando de frente una vez que pasen a la silla. Destaca por ser uno de los más ligeros y estrechos del mercado, solo 63 cm. Tal y como pasaba en el caso anterior, estas ruedas también pinchan. El fabricante vende unas antipinchazos por unos 100€. Entre el capazo y la silla dispone de una pieza intermedia tipo hamaca útil para cuando ya quieren empezar a incorporarse un poco. Además te permitirá poner un capazo y una hamaca por ejemplo. Esta marca además vende un patinete que se adapta al carrito por si hay un hermano mayor en casa. Algo que nos parece muy cómodo cuando van en la silla es el reposapiés que incluye. La sombrilla, bolsa y sacos tendrás que comprarlos aparte.

Precio en Tot-a-lot 699€

Baby Monster Easy Twin

Podemos utilizarlo con una silla y un capazo por lo que sería útil para niños de distintas edades, es decir, ya no solo gemelos. Uno de los beneficios de este carro es que puedes plegarlo con los capazos puestos algo que te ahorrará mucho tiempo de montaje. Una vez que los pequeños pasen a la silla deberán ir mirando al frente y como ocurría en los casos anteriores, la sombrilla o los sacos son extras que tendrás que comprar aparte. Mide 65 cm. de ancho, un poquito más que el anterior pero que sigue pasando perfectamente por puertas sin problema.

Precio en Amazon: 790€

Dúo Gemelar Match 2 Stwinner Casualplay

En este caso el portabebés está homologado para el coche. Aquí la posición cambia ya que tus bebés no irán uno junto al otro sino uno detrás del otro. Aunque gracias a sus asientos reversibles podrán verse sin problema. Sus ruedas son hinchables así que podrás pinchar. La bolsa, protector de lluvia, sombrilla y sacos no vienen incluidos. Como contra, quizá es algo más pesado que los anteriores. Mide 63 cm. de ancho, como un carrito de un solo bebé.

Precio en El Corte Inglés: 1.420€

Baby Jogger City Mini GT Gemelar

Se trata de un carrito de fácil plegado y que cuenta con almohadillas para que tus hijos estén lo más cómodos posibles. Como ocurre en los casos anteriores, los extras tendrás que comprarlos aparte. No es un carrito todoterreno, es decir que no podrás meterlo por zonas de campo, está hecho principalmente para ciudad. Tiene 76 cm. de ancho así que tendrás que medir bien y calcular que entre por todas las puertas y ascensores. Una de las ventajas que tiene es que dispone de unas grandes capotas para proteger a los pequeños del sol.

Precio en Amazon: 849,90€

*El precio no incluye los capazos.

Silver Cross

Se trata de un carrito bastante especial pensado para ese momento en el que ya no solo vienen gemelos sino que se juntan dos bebés de forma muy seguida. Así, con este carrito no tendríamos que comprar nada ya que el capazo viene incluído y podríamos colocar la silla y el capazo a la vez para ambos pequeños. En el caso de gemelos que necesiten las mismas piezas a la vez, no hay problema ya que las venden aparte y permite 16 combinaciones posibles. Cuenta con un reposapiés regulable en altura y ruedas antipinchazos.

Precio en El Corte Inglés: 1.250€

Bbtwin Duet

Se trata de un carro bastante completo. Incluye dos capazos, dos sillas, fundas cubrepiernas para las sillas, cubrecapazos, bolso mochila, cesta inferior, dos plásticos de lluvia y dos mosquiteras. Es un poco más ancho, 82 cm.,por lo que tendrás que medir bastante bien para saber si puedes moverte bien con él.

Precio en Amazon: 565€

Ahora solo te falta medir bien para saber qué carro se adapta mejor a tu espacio y decidirte por su precio y prestaciones.


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Mountain Buggy Terrain Pushchair review

Mountain Buggy’s New Terrain is one of a raft of new additions to its ever-growing, all-action stable that combines sleek and slender stylish designs with the hardiness and nimbleness (yes, that’s a word) of a mountain goat.

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An update on its award-winning Terrain, released in 2002, the New Terrain now has a one-hand fast fold feature, a more compact fold, and new sporty colours, amongst other new features.

It also now comes with two sets of back wheels that let you easily switch between off-road mode (the meaty 16″ wheels) to urban assault course (12″).

And the neat little extras from the NZ Mountain Buggy team don’t stop there. The Terrain has more hidden pockets than a magician, has a silent magnetic peek-a-boo flap, and is equipped with foot and hand brakes.

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As one of the top name buggy brands, Mountain Buggy has priced the new Terrain between the more high-end all-terrains: the lighter, 10.5kg Thule Urban Glide is priced at £425 and iCandy’s 14.5kg Peach All Terrain buggy retails at £640.

What’s the difference between this version and the older Mountain Buggy Terrain?

The New Terrain has lots of neat features, but firstly, I think it’s pretty impressive that you get two sets of wheels, which the older terrain didn’t have.

They’re both air-filled so may need some maintenance, but they’re robust. The 16″ do make the buggy fairly high off the ground, so the handle seems quite far up, but the handle can be adjusted down.

Both sets of wheels do make for a nicely cushioned ride for your little one though.

I’d expect this to be an extra, but I like that Mountain Buggy have chosen to include the 16″ and 12″ in the product price, letting you choose which wheels suit your day.

And it actually means that Mountain Buggy has picked-up the past criticism of older version being expensive once all extras had been added.

The Mountain Buggy Terrain comes with two front wheels; a 12″ and 16″ at no extra price.

Staying on the subject of wheels, there’s also a tracking cog, which can be adjusted to stop your wheels veering the pram off in its own direction (very annoying when you’re pushing one-handed!)

Mountain Buggy has obviously put lots of thought into what its customers want, as the parent-friendly features continue.

This New Terrain has pockets all over the place – even in the hood. It also has two bottle holders, allowing space for your little one’s drink and yours (very good if you’re out jogging). It also has a hole for your earphones, another great feature for joggers.

Does it still work well off-road?

Yes, it does! The New Terrain is really light to push in any environment. Off-road, with its 16″ wheels, it took on anything that I threw at it with ease.

That included grass, gravel, churned up Tarmac and mounds of broken up old concrete. It sailed over them. The 16″ wheels do make the buggy seem quite high though, and on occasion lifted off the ground a little on one side if I quickly turned a corner.

The handle can be easily adjusted to its various heights with the push of a button at either side.

The handle can be quite high when the 16″ wheels are on, but not ludicrously so; and it can be adjusted so it shouldn’t be of concern.

Is it easily adaptable to an urban or inner city environment, public transport?

It really does, the 12″ wheels, in an urban/suburban setting, were also more than up to the job.

Mountain Buggy create their buggies with a ‘unique kerb pop’, where the distribution of weight across the frames makes it very easy to push down on the handle to climb up kerbs. It really does work!

The New Terrain can also turn 360 degrees on the spot, avoiding those torturous fifteen point turns other buggies seem to need when you want to turn around in a narrow shopping aisle.

The front wheel can project out in front of the buggy, which makes it quite long for getting on the bus, but it can also be flipped around under the buggy, allowing that vital extra space needed on public transport.

Again, the fact that you get two sets is great.

The Terrain basket can hold up to a whopping 10kg

What are the brakes like?

The New Terrain has brakes galore! The foot brake has a pedal on each side, which is great (no more groping around with your foot under a reclined seat trying to remember which side the brake’s on).

There’s also a brake, just like you’d get on a bike, on the handlebar. Another neat feature for anyone out jogging with their bubba.

How is the fold system?

It can be easily folded with one hand, with a twist of a handle and the press of a button under the front of the seat. No wrestling skills required to fold this buggy up!

How compact is it when folded?

It’s not the most compact until the back wheels are popped off. But once you take them off (this is very easy) it folds quite flat. And it is easy to store and it should fit in most boots.

How comfortable does it feel?

It’s got very comfy-looking material where it matters; nice and padded too.

The seating material is reversible, which is a good touch if you’re dealing with any sudden spills, or your little one doesn’t like to be seen riding in the same colours two days in a row!

The seat is also easy to recline, by releasing two toggles and sliding it down two straps (just like how you would loosen a rucksack handle). And the seat goes completely flat too, if your little one is committed to a full-on sleeping session.

Once they’ve woken, it’s easy to get the seat back upright with a tug on both straps. Then there’s the gate opening’ bumper bar for easy access in and out of the seat, no problems.

The Mountain Buggy Terrain is suitable from birth to 25kg

What are the basket and storage pockets like?

The generous 10kg basket is easily accessible even when the seat is reclined, and has a mesh zip-up top to stop anything escaping.

And did I mention that there are pockets galore??? There’s even more storage in the basket, the seat unit and hood – all good conker storage.

Is it travel system compatible?

Yes, Mountain Buggy do their own car seat: the Protect. But The New Terrain is also compatible with a number of car seats, including popular brand names such as Phil&Ted’s, Cybex and Maxi-Cosi.

What do you think of its design?

You can see how Mountain Buggy earned it’s Red Dot awards for design on some of it’s other buggies. The New Terrain looks great with its sleek curved shiny black frame and quality fabric.

It comes in a choice of two ‘sport fashion designs’; Solus, a bright canary yellow and grey; and Graphite, which is grey with a white ‘cobweb’ design.

Is the product value for money?

It’s not easy to part with £500 for anything, but this buggy is well built, sturdy and durable.

It also looks good and has lots of built-in parent-friendly features. If you’re looking in the premium buggy market this does represent good value for money.

What’s in the box?

  • Mountain Buggy New Terrain
  • 12″ and 16″ air-filled back wheels
  • Instructions

MadeForMums verdict:

If you’re going to take your buggy off-road then you need a robust vehicle. It may cost almost £500 but the New Terrain is worth that investment; it’s strong and durable, yet light and easy to push.

With it’s extra set of wheels, I think this buggy will be able to handle any new terrain you may be set to explore for a long time.

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Capazo plus Duet 3.0 Mountain Buggy black

A lo largo de más de 20 años de innovación, Mountain Buggy buscaba mejorar la capacidad de transpirar y versatilidad de sus capazos realizando estudios exhaustivos.

El nuevo Capazo Plus compatible con el Duet 3.0 es la gran innovación de la temporada porque son 3 productos a la vez.

  • Amplio y cómodo capazo para el descanso de los primeros meses de tu bebé.
  • Nuevo capazo con suave inclinación para favorecer el sistema digestivo del bebé y evitar los reflujos
  • Innovadora hamaquita/asiento mirando a los papás con 3 posiciones de reclinado, que podrás utilizar desde los 4 meses hasta los 15Kg para no perderte ni una de las sonrisas de tu bebé.

El Capazo Plus incluye la nueva hamaquita/asiento mirando a los papás

El capazo inlcuye un kit de montaje para transformarlo en una hamaquita con dos posiciones, cómoda, ligera y práctica, aguanta hasta los 15 kilos de peso. De esta manera disfrutaremos de ellos mucho tiempo mirando hacia nosotros. Cuando queráis podeis pasar los niños de las hamaquitas a las sillas, y llevarlos de la forma que os parezca más cómoda.

CARACTERISTICAS

Los nuevos capazos Plus para el carro gemelar Mountain Buggy Duet 3.0 ofrecen tres posturas distintas muy cómodas y útiles para tus bebés:

-Capazo: lo podremos usar hasta aproximadamente los 4 meses de edad de nuestros bebés. Calentitos, protegidos y muy a mano de los papás.

– Posición hamaquita mirando a los padres: Cuando son tan pequeñitos, APROXIMADAMENTE TENDRAN 4 MESES CUANDO USEMOS LAS HAMAQUITAS, es cuando más aprovecharemos esta posición. Con el kit de montaje que incorpora el capazo plus, montaremos la hamaquita. Muy cómoda para los papás, ya que pueden tocar a sus bebés con tan solo alargar las manos. Y los bebés encantados de verte directamente!!
– Posición anti reflujo: El capazo se podrá elevar un poco para los bebés con problemas de reflujo.

CARACTERISTICAS TÉCNICAS:

– Tejidos: interior de polialgodón con certificado Ceco-tex. Tejido exterior de malla 3D para su mayor ventilación y transpiración.
– Colchón ventilado: Diseñado para mantener un aire óptimo con orificios de ventilación situados en la cabeza del bebé. Medidas del colchón: 24.5cm

Mountain Buggy cochecito-gemelar 9420015761870 199 EUR new in_stock 2

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