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Help me decide...

(7 Posts)
ilooktothehills Sun 28-Jun-15 09:07:53

Hi all

First baby due later in the autumn and we've started looking at travelsystems. But have reached the confused stage! Would welcome others' feedback...

I'm quite keen on baby jogger versa (or GT?) or easywalker mosey. Husband is keen on vista or I candy peach.

I like the vista and peach but worry they'll be too big (even if they push really nicely and look good). We've ruled out bugaboos as husband hated the hand brake.

Currently live in 2nd floor flat in city centre but have somewhere to leave buggy on ground floor. Have a small car we use occasionally. Will probably be moving back to London when baby is around 6 months old so want something that works for public transport. We'd like option of parent facing and the ability to go for a decent walk on surfaces that aren't perfectly smooth tarmac.

What would you go for?


AnythingNotEverything Sun 28-Jun-15 09:17:33

I love my vista, but I wouldn't be lifting it up stairs or putting it in a small boot. I always recommend it as its a lovely pram but i'm not sure it'd be good for you.

lentilpot Sun 28-Jun-15 09:20:25

Of those four I would say the mosey would be best for public transport in London (although I don't know how easy the fold is)

Ihateparties Sun 28-Jun-15 14:23:23

If it's the 2015 vista there's no chance I'd be buying that if london living was an option. Well.. I wouldn't buy one at all probably it's ridiculously wide compared to other options.

I'd go with the mosey too, or the mini possibly if there are still some of the very cheap ones left.

Stinkersmum Sun 28-Jun-15 14:27:45

It's not one you mentioned buy maybe have a look at the Urbo2. It's lovely, great for city stuff.

ilooktothehills Sun 28-Jun-15 14:28:03

Thanks - I do like the vista so perhaps I shouldn't rule it out without measuring the boot first.

I'm trying to find a mosey to try out (and check the fold action) - hoping that we might find somewhere in London when we're visiting in August.

ilooktothehills Sun 28-Jun-15 18:29:31

Crossed posts with earlier posts. I haven't heard of the Urbo2 so will check it out.

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