phil&teds allows parents to adapt&survive and escape the nursery jail, without losing their current lifestyle or sense of self. With innovative and award winning products that adapt to a family’s growing needs, phil&teds helps parents through their parenting day to push, sleep, feed, carry, drive & adapt (to survive), be it night&day, home&away, rest&play!
And now, phil&teds the inventors of the first inline™ buggy for 1 or 2 kids have released Dash – the modern & uber light inline, that’s the perfect all rounder buggy for fun&adventure! Dash goes wherever adventure takes you, be it climbing trees, skimming stones, dancing in the rain or feeding the ducks – all in cities & parks.
Dash proves that double buggies needn’t be heavy to lift & push! Now you can have the lightest inline™ in town, with an impressive one piece compact stand fold (with seats on) that has to be seen to be believed as it packs into your car boot space. Dash has refined styling that is complete with gorgeous marl fabrics for a fresh, modern look. The clever&easy large main seat and double kit (second seat) place weight in all the right places for an easy push and peasy pop up over kerbs. The double kit™ clips high & straight onto the buggy frame for face to face bonding time.
Aside from being light & compact, dash offers the ultimate smooth ride for baby. With New Zealand designed aeromaxx™ rear wheels that are unpoppable & unstoppable over any terrain. Experience an ‘air tire’ ride without the air - fancy that?
Dash is packed with many other easy&clever features you’ll love. You get a hand operated brake at your fingertips, a huge 10kg parcel tray with easy access from the front and a large sun hood with a flip out visor extension (both UPF50+) for safe sun protection. The hood has a zip pocket to safely tuck away your essentials and there’s even a headphone slot – perfect for sunny day walks while baby sleeps.
As a light, modern and ultra adaptable inline™ buggy for parents & kids who love adventures, it’s easy to see why parents & adventures would love dash.