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Post by elaine on Sat Jun 13, 2009 8:37 am


loved this as soon as i got it but then i started noticing the faults with it.
the basket was flimsy underneath so basically anything over the weight of a bag of sugar made the basket trail on the ground which i ended up with 2 friction burns on it. the brakes never stayed up and the lever sat ontop of the bit it clicks into so when you were walking it clicked ALLLLL the way lol.
the seats arent that big either...quite narrow...well for me taylor i felt that way.

on the plus side it was lightweight...very compact.....frestanding when folded...lovely to look at and had teh trays at the front for the kids to eat or play on etc...im not a big fan of mamas and papas anymore...they look great but i feel certain models arent made the way they should be...i wouldnt buy another aria twin.
HOWEVER my mum had an aria (the single) and she loved it ....until it snapped with my sister in it one day as she was going down the stairs (my sister was 1 and a half) :suspect: haha
something you definately dont want happening...we might have been unlucky and got the "dregs" of the lot but i see people who have the same make and love theirs....i think ...each to their own but not my fave

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Re: Mamas and papas aria twin

Post by Rusco on Sat Jun 13, 2009 1:06 pm

iv got the single one and i love it, its dead light and easy to push, only thing i didnt like about it was the footmuff, it kept slipping down and almost trailing on the ground, had to keep pulling it up

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Re: Mamas and papas aria twin

Post by nicky on Mon Jun 15, 2009 10:02 pm

my childminder has the twin & the seats are quite narrow but its light & folds quite flat

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