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Prams - Venicci Viva

(10 Posts)
Franykins Thu 09-May-13 15:43:19

I am only 10+3 but am already getting excited about choosing and buying things for baby smile I was wondering if anyone had ever used a Vennici Viva pram? From what I can see they are a fairly new company (started within the last 2 years I think) and you can only buy online or from their warehouse store in Doncaster (again I think) as this is no where near me I was wondering if anyone knew if they are any good. They are a very reasonable price at £299 all in (pram, pushchair, car seat, footmuff, rain cover, change bag) and am wondering if this is too good to be true. The other place they seem to sell a lot is eBay and looks like they have great feedback.

Any input would be appreciated smile

Franykins Fri 17-May-13 14:48:36


milk Fri 17-May-13 16:59:01

Maxi-Cosi Streety Plus (includes car seat) for £299.99

Franykins Mon 20-May-13 09:42:25

Thanks for the link, afraid I don't like it, plus the Venicci comes with a pram/carry cot and all the extras.

StateofConfusion Mon 20-May-13 10:14:14


after 3 children and alot of prams i would really recommend you get to play with one before considering parting with money. Also a good carseat that fits your car should be first then from the list of carseats find the matching prams and check how they are to wish fold put in a car etc. Sounds alot but really it all needs considering so you don't end up wasting alot of money.

notfarmingatthemo Tue 21-May-13 08:17:26

You need to go and look at the pushchair. The Car seat may not fit your car and only goes upto 10 kg. Most now go up to 13kg. It is soon to be law that you keep your baby rearward for longer. There is a rumour that they are going to change the law so that you have to keep your baby rearward until they are at least 15mths. You would then have to buy another baby seat.

jumperooo Tue 21-May-13 08:49:28

Hi notfarming, that's interesting, is that something recent you have seen/heard about the law changing?

Franykins Tue 21-May-13 11:40:49

Thanks for the info, am now looking at the oyster and hoping I can afford that instead smile

Franykins Thu 23-May-13 16:29:56

Scrap all of this, found out yesterday we're having twins!!! Looking at the Obaby Zuzu twin pramette now!

Tiggywunkle Thu 23-May-13 16:56:14

Wow! Thats a surprise! Congratulations!

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