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More questions about prams, it's a mine field!

(8 Posts)
danah Fri 13-Jul-07 12:36:00

I was going to get the icandy cherry but a friend has just recommended the bebecar icon, bebeconfort and jane! does anyone have any of these and what do you think? thank you.

Nath Fri 13-Jul-07 13:21:27

Sorry, have none of the above - its all down to personal choice tho.......what one person may love you may hate!

Thelittlesoldiersmummy Fri 13-Jul-07 23:23:35

I would go to a big Mothercare one of their mega stores and push them all I would say the Bugaboo is your best bet as its a dream to push and the resale is brilliant people are paying £500 for one using them for 2 years and selling them for £300!

fingerwoman Fri 13-Jul-07 23:26:27

bebe confort make very, very lovely prams.
If you don't mind second hand you can pick up some good bargains on ebay because it isn't a "cool" enough brand.
something like the trophy air 6 chassis you can clip a carrycot, car seat or normal seat on. forward and backward facing, lovely to push.
really nice

fingerwoman Fri 13-Jul-07 23:28:09

not great pics on here, but this is the kind of thing
bebe confort

BadHair Fri 13-Jul-07 23:35:16

I'd recommend like the soldier's mummy says and go to Mothercare and push them all. Make sure you put something heavy like a bag of spuds in them, as, I kid you not, they can push very differently with some weight in them. You might get some funny looks but if you're spending hundreds of pounds on a pram you want to get it right.

hotchocscot Fri 13-Jul-07 23:41:22

we've got Jane three wheel Slalom Pro buggy its very light (important when you live 2 flights up!) and manouverable, used it from when ds was about 6/7 weeks old (used sling before that), has had over a year of daily pavement pounding with no probs. Friends have other varieties in the Jane range, all seem to have lasted well.

iamapieceofcheesecake Fri 13-Jul-07 23:43:15

this comes highly recommended
I haven't tested it with an i'pod yet, but as the hood sits so high, it accomodates my 3 year old just as well as my 12 week old.
It has an extendable handle, lays completely flat and faces either front or back. A buggyboard attaches to it really well. The only downside is that it has a small shopping basket and is quite heavy to lift when both parts are together, but as it seperates, it isn't a problem.
I know this isn't one of your choices, but I wanted to put it in as an option.

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