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Ok, please give me your opinion on the best all round pram

(8 Posts)
justtired Wed 28-Sep-11 21:22:46

Looking for good all rounder pram.
*Dont need a newborn one but babba is only 6 months so would like it to still be nice and cosy/comfy.
*Would like it to last though so one also suitable for toddlers.
*Needs to fit in a normal sized boot
*lightweight and easy to put together and putdown
*for car use and walking some short distances too
*good looking
*not too expensive!
*easy to push/steer

Not asking for much am I smile

Any reviews???

Thanks x

WishIwereAtTheWiesnProst Wed 28-Sep-11 21:25:18

bugaboo off ebay

teaandbiscuitsplease Wed 28-Sep-11 21:34:48

Baby jogger city mini 4 wheeler - ticks all your boxes, feels completely solid and sturdy and is a dream to live with and use. I've had a bugaboo and maclaren xt, both of which were good but I much prefer this. My big 3.4 year old (103cms) still fits comfortably so no worries about it lasting either.

lollipoppet Wed 28-Sep-11 21:38:53

I REALLY love my quinny. So easy to steer, looks dead comfy, no messing about putting it up and down, very easy. Just measure your boot as I think it is a bit wide, though the wheels dp pop off, that may turn out to be a pain in the bum!

justtired Wed 28-Sep-11 21:56:04

Thanks will have a look at those in detail.
Teaandbiscuitsplease-can you tell me where you brought yours from please?

thanks x

teaandbiscuitsplease Wed 28-Sep-11 22:35:13

I got mine from Baby Equipment Complete near Rugby because it's not too far from us but I think they also sell online. I actually went for the 3-wheel version as they had a good offer on at the time, but then saw the 4-wheeler and ended up getting that instead! It really is very good - only takes up just under half of my boot space (I have a c-max), much less space than the XT did. We took it on hols to Cornwall a couple of weeks ago and it coped with small fishing towns, grass and sand really well and because its so easy to put up and down it never felt a chore getting it in and out of the car wherever we went.

fairimum Thu 29-Sep-11 11:06:30

uppababy vista smile

MargeryDaw Thu 29-Sep-11 11:12:56

I love my mamas and papas sola - one of the lightest on the market but still sturdy, v easy to steer, I've got mine in black and grey and it looks great though the other colours and patterns are cute, with the liner it's v comfortable for the baby, reclines into 3 positions, forward or back facing - can you tell how much I love it?!

You do need two hands to fold it down/put it up so can't be done with baby in your arms but it isn't difficult

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