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I have no idea where to start?!!?

(4 Posts)
stacey212528 Thu 24-Jan-13 14:47:42

So I'm starting to look at prams/travel systems and I'm confused, very very confused! There's so much out there I don't even know where to begin! Have so far looked at the obaby zezu, which I really like, although I'm not convinced it looks comfy for baby. I'm looking to spend around about £300. Either with a car seat or I can buy that separate. The only thing I'm really fussy about is having a carry cot attachment. Other than that I'm open to most. Also if I have a carry cot should I still buy a Moses basket? Seeing mixed reviews on that as well. TIA smile

familyfun Thu 24-Jan-13 14:53:18

yes you still need a moses basket, my small babies lasted about 8 weeks in a carrycot in the travel system but were in moses basket for 4 months.
it needs to be comfy to push, easy to fold, fit in boot of car, i walk everywhere so had a graco travel system with carseat and have used it endlessly, but friends who drive everywhere never used their travel systems and bought a small fold up pushchair asap.

stacey212528 Thu 24-Jan-13 14:58:02

Yeah I'll be using the car A LOT lol. So will need something that suits that. Though I'm not overly bothered about buying a car seat seperate if I need to. Will get the moses basket as well.

homeaway Thu 24-Jan-13 15:37:53

You need to decide what is important to you as what will be a great pram for one person is another's nightmare !
Ask yourself these questions :
Do you walk a lot , do you travel by car or by bus ?
Is an easy fold important, one piece or two piece ?
Weight, size when folded, one handle , adjustable handle, ease to push etc....
IMO if you have a big enough carrycot you won't need a moses basket but others will disagree.

Take a look at the bestbuggy.co.uk website that has lots of pictures and information on what you might be looking for.

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