Wednesday , 16 April 2014

Day 15: Mountain Buggy Duet

I’m pretty sure that, according to the rules of physics, the Mountain Buggy Duet shouldn’t even exist. How is it even possible that they managed to shave 4 inches off the standard side-by-side double stroller width? I don’t know how they did it, but what’s important is that it’s done. And the Mountain Buggy Duet, launching this month, should make a pretty good-sized splash, even in the competitive double stroller category.

To put the width of the Duet properly in perspective, at 25″ wide, it is just 1.4″ wider than the Bugaboo Donkey in Mono configuration (23.6″), 2″ wider than the Mountain Buggy Swift, their single compact all-terrain stroller (23″), and 0.4″ narrower than the BOB Revolution single stroller (25.4″).

But the Duet has more advantages than just its slender frame. Like all Mountain Buggy strollers, the Duet is built like a tank and handles like a dream. The 10″ air-filled tires create a nice, comfortable ride, and the Duet turns on a dime. Parents of twins will be delighted to learn that the Duet can also take up to two infant car seats. An innovative stadium seating arrangement helps achieve this feat within such a skinny footprint.

Magic Beans has always had a special relationship with Mountain Buggy, so we were so honored when they asked if we’d like to give away the very first Duet stroller in the USA during our 31 Days of Giveaways. Enter to win today and be the first one in the entire country to experience this remarkable new stroller.

Take a sneak peek at this brand new video of the Duet, which we are thrilled to premier as part of this special launch and giveaway.

One comment

  1. Very cool and versatile stroller. We are trying for #2 & #3 (we’re hoping for twins)! This stroller would be perfect!

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