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Phil & Teds Twin

$600.00 Released January, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Swivel front wheels for easy maneuverability. Multiple handle positions. Fits through standard doors - not much wider than a single.

The Cons:Two hand folding. Limited colour availability. Somewhat difficult recline mechanism.

The Phil & Teds Twin is the only side-by-side twin stoller made available by Phil & Teds.  This is a narrow-guage twin stoller that can fit through standard doors, and has individual sunhoods to protect from UV rays.

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Product Shot 2 Each of the two seats has a 5-point harness and three individual seat positions; upright, heads-up and lie-flat.  There are lockable swivel front wheels for straight driving or tight turns, and a multi-position handle for tall or small parents. The entire carrier folds easily so there is little need to remove the wheels, which are removable. The twin is available in red, has an overall capacity of 88 lbs and is designed for newborns and children up to 5 years old.


  • Side-by-side twin design
  • Narrow guage: Fits through standard doors
  • Three independant seat adjustments
  • Lockable swivel front wheels
  • Individual sunhoods
  • Multi-position handle
  • Ages: Newborn to 5 years old
  • Two 5 point safety harnesses
  • Capacity: 88 lbs (40 kgs)
  • Washable seat pad
  • Weight: 35 lbs (16.5 kg)
  • Steel frame
  • Width: 29" (73 cm)
  • Folded dimensions (wheels off): 34" x 31" x 10" (85cm x 75cm x 25cm)

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    swivel front wheels for easy maneuverability

  • 1

    multiple handle positions

  • 1

    fits through standard doors - not much wider than a single

  • 1

    individual canopies and reclining positions

  • 1

    lots of headroom for taller children and those still growing

  • 1

    two hand folding

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    limited colour availability

  • 1

    somewhat difficult recline mechanism

  • 1

    no suspension

  • 1

    slightly large and heavy when folded

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