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About the 2010 First Wheels City Twin

Firstwheels' City Twin stroller was developed to enable two children to travel together easily. This duo stroller is made of lightweight aluminium. Please note that the City Twin has all the features of the City Elite but enables two children to travel in their own individual comfort. Unlike other twin strollers, Firstwheels City Twin enables two children to sit independently by facing either forward, backward or both can sit facing the same direction.

It is also possible that one child may be younger, requiring the carry cot. The City Twin allows you to push a toddler in the seat while combining the carry cot on the other side for the infant.

All Firstwheels strollers include seat units. Other accessories have been designed especially for you and your baby. Accessories are available in many colours and can be ordered to match or compliment your stroller's colour.

Suitable From Year Released Pram / Stroller Type Jogger? Number of Seats
Birth 2010 Double No 2
Dimensions and Weight
Weight 15 kg

Available Accesories

  • Toddler Seat
  • Bassinet
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2009 First Wheels City Twin

4 / 5. Reviewed By Jenny, Sydney on 4th Dec 10

The Pros

individually
reversible seats /layback system easy to use

The Cons

large frame would need big boot to fit in car.Time consuming to fold /unfold but worth it

factory must fix a lot bits and pieces

2008 First Wheels City Twin

3 / 5. Reviewed By Zumzum, Ireland on 11th Jul 08

The Pros


+ cool looking

+ pipe at handle very handy for attaching changing bag
+ loved carry cots
+ loved seat units
+ good rain-covers
+ extremely easy to manoeuvre, drive trough even uneven surfaces (only one i needed to reverse and go with big wheels first trough mud)

The Cons

- the biggest - one "stick" on what i must put on seat unit (the black long one) one day just came off - i was lifting seat to put it into car and saw it falling out of seat unit - it was broken!! I didnt get any hits, falls, just remember while ago my sister pointing at lighter line on one side, but there was not even crack
- breaks after 6 mths took "\" shape and was impossible to fix them in correct position, if i wanted to use them, i needed to jump on them (really jump)

- it took just 2 days to "eat" belly bar - kids ruined it
- ABSOLUTLY WRONG PUMPING ADVICE - we ended up with exploded wheel thanks god close to civilization, but 10 min earlier we where in area what is closed for cars (just walkers), me alone, phone dead, 2 not walking infants and bags... until we found out that we cant pump wheels until recommended pressure, we ruined 4!!!! wheels, had to barrow buggy
- rain-covers very easy to break - kids constantly kicked them and now, after year they are so teared, that its impossible to use
- very small shopping baskets, as they are separated, its hard to manage specially with larger items
- folding is so complicate and annoying - each seat off, then push something, pull something else and dont do it too long or start over again, last times it wasnt easy as it kept stock somewhere and couldnt move)
- using carrycots and not having HUGE car is mission impossible, even just with seat units it takes a lot of space (with seat units not as bad - could fit in any car, but if only one of seats would be carrycot, then not a chance)

- cant get in most trains and buses


Review on the SINGLE instead of TWIN

2008 First Wheels City Twin

3 / 5. Reviewed By Ms. Hehemann, The Netherlands on 8th Jul 08

The Pros

-nice spring (not sure if it's the right expression??)
-the fact baby can face you rather than only the street
-rather big basket underneath
-raincover extremely easy to apply
-not too bad a price

The Cons

-harder to manouvre once baby gets heavier (I think due to small wheels on front??)
-rather bulky
-rather difficult to get onto trains and buses

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