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    Phil and Ted's E3 Twin Buggy

    Anyone know anything about Phil and Ted's E3 twin buggy -- I just discovered it online (although it is hard to find...) It looks comparable to the Urban Mountain Buggy or the Valco but thought I would see if anyone knew -- thanks!

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    I think they just had a handlebar recall, similar to the Mountain Buggy one... I'd sit tight for a while until the bugs are worked out, it's sort of like buying a car the first year it's made or the first model year of a new generation. It took P&T years of people complaining to address the footwell rubbing issue on their single. As much as I think they make a quality product, they don't seem to move too quickly to respond to consumer feedback.

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