Written on: 22/03/2010
Since the second i found out i was pregnant i looked around for a pram i was needing a double as when my baby was due to be born my son was only 15 months i looked at the phil and teds and didnt like the idea of my newborn baby being sat on pretty much i looked at tandems and didnt like the fact one of my children would be miles away from me so i decided on a side by side i was told by a lady in mothercare to make sure to get a bar instead of the 2 handels when buying a double as they can... (read more)
Written on: 27/01/2010
I find this to be a fantastic buy (less than half price in the sale). Have bought as I am a childminder with 2 small children of differing ages. I findit very easy to push, easy to put up and down. The fact the front trays clip and lift out the way for taking kids in and out is great. The seats are wipe clean, the size of the hoods is fantastic for sun shade, seperate parasols are not needed because of this. I prefer the harnesses used in this model as children are not restricted and... (read more)
Written on: 03/01/2009
The Mamas and Papas Twin Aria is extremely light and folds down relatively small for a double buggy.
Doesn't fit through all house doorways although does fit into pretty much all shop doors
Good value for money although I did get it in the sale! Very pleased with the buggy overall (read more)
Written on: 21/07/2007 by michelle1801 (1 review written)
Major bad point is the positioning of the break - it makes it impossible to get it up and down steps. When I rang M & P they said you were supposed to take the baby out and take the two up separately. Logistical Nightmare. If you try and bump down the steps it bangs the break on and feels like it might break it off. If you try and drag it up steps the break gets in the way and you just physically cannot do it. It is also really hard to fold up with the buggy snuggle in it. It sometimes... (read more)
Written on: 26/12/2006 by twinmummy (3 reviews written)
All in all, I would like to continue to use the Mamas & Papas Twin Aria buggy, but as I do not drive, I find that getting on and off some buses in the area that I live (Glasgow), which have narrow isles, is difficult if I'm on my own. Due to this I will have to get a tandem pram.
If I had thought about it I would have maybe chosen something similar, as I sometimes find shopping difficult, as the shopping tray at the bottom does not hold much. But I have resolved this by buying some bag... (read more)