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I picked up a second hand pram with doubles attatchment for $77. To buy the pram new would cost me over $700. It needed a good scrub, (been in a shed for a couple of years,) but it's come up really good
I am doing the happy dance, as there is NO WAY I could have afforded to buy one new
So it's a single, but it has a toddler attatchment that can either fix to the front of the pram so the toddler rides up in front & the baby is in the normal pram part underneath, or it can be toddler/toddler configuration, & the toddler seat is attatched to the back.
This is the pram that it is, but mine is in charcoal
They retail quite a bit cheaper in the US I think, but then again so do most prams/pushers. I've seen numerous aussie women on-line order their prams & accessories from the u/s, because even with freight/shipping they are still WAYYYYY cheaper than what they are in Australia.