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Stokke Trailz, Egg or Mima Xari? HELP!
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BabyBlusher · 30/05/2017 13:20

I really need a pram that has a carry cot, looks good, is easy to fold and will be good on the Cotswolds and London terrain.

Basket space isn't an issue since I don't see myself ever needing it, neither is weight since I probably won't be carrying it often.

Hopefully something that will have the car seat clipped on too if we need.

Does anyone have one of these pushchairs? How is it for you?

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CallaLilli · 31/05/2017 09:41

There's a reviews section on MN that might be useful. Also don't discount the basket - it's a useful place to put a changing bag!

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silkpyjamasallday · 31/05/2017 23:30

Any other preferences? Budget? I have a bugaboo bee3 which has a carrycot interchangeable with a seat for an older child which can also be reclined to flat for newborns. I have the Van Gogh edition which is so beautiful, the Andy Warhol one is also pretty. Been used in London and our hometown and in the country on long walks. You can buy clips to fit a car seat on top, and the basket isn't huge but fits the large backpack we use as a changing bag in it.

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eatingforonemore · 01/06/2017 15:22

I have the Stokke Trailz and I love it. We now walk everywhere and it's fab. I really like the high seat and my two year old is on a sit down buggy board and I still have room to walk. Basket is good for coats and shopping. The canopy covers bun brilliant too and the carrycot was very comfy.
I also got leather handle bar covers

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SprinkleOfInsanity · 01/06/2017 15:30

The Joolz Geo would fit your needs.

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MuncheysMummy · 12/06/2017 22:10

Egg every time!

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