Help! What pram to buy???

(7 Posts)
chocolatemartini Thu 28-Aug-14 19:23:40

Post in the pushchairs section? There are some real experts over there!

I've had 5 prams if I could only choose one it would be my bugaboo cameleon. If I couldn't afford that I'd sell stuff until I could get one second hand. I love it. Think the uppababy vista is a great pram too.

mrsgiggles1982 Thu 28-Aug-14 19:20:16

I've got a review of the Silvercross Wayfarer and one coming up about the Cosatto Giggle in case they help over on my blog.

mrsgiggles1982 Thu 28-Aug-14 19:16:03

I've got a review of the Silvercross Wayfarer and one coming up about the Cosatto Giggle in case they help over on my blog.

tammy1990 Tue 26-Aug-14 21:26:53

The Graco evo is amazing, sturdy plenty of room, gives a smooth ride and so easy to push and steer. Well worth the money!

Tilpil Mon 11-Aug-14 08:53:31

If you can afford the city mini get that it's such a good pram it may not be the best looking but sturdy easy and can take a good bashing. Unfortunatly I couldn't stretch the budget so have gone for the mother are extreme which I've taken out with the dogs which are hyper and sometimes take off in different directions and it's With stood the test so could be an option?

electraheart Sun 10-Aug-14 03:35:36

I bought a City Mini jogger for my dd and can honestly say its the best pram I've ever used. Not only can you attach a car seat to the frame (you need to buy adaptors separately but they're not very expensive) it also has a single handle on the actual seat that you pull to collapse the whole thing. No wrestling with clips and switches and its surprisingly compact when folded to fits into the boot easily! Two wheels at the back and one and the front so steering is very easy and smooth- they're not too large but large enough too keep baby asleep when I take the dog across fields. I really, really recommend you have a look at this one as your pram criteria seem almost identical to mine!

(And apparently it was Halle Berry's pushchair of choice, which gives the impression it must be quite good if someone with millions in the bank were to choose a pushchair costing around £290 when they could easily afford one at least triple the price!)

haggis22 Sat 09-Aug-14 18:28:46

Hi, Hoping to get some advice!
I am looking for a travel system/pram for future baby. I feel like there is so many products out there, that it is very overwhelming. I'm looking for something that can go on rough ground and is easy to steer because I have a dog who likes walks. Also would like to be able to fit a car seat on the frame.

I have been told to look at Out n about or Mutsy.

Any advice welcome.

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