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kimbekimbe
posted 1 decade 1 year ago
just wondering what prams/pushchairs everyone has bought as this is my first i thought i wanted a mamas an papas 6 in one but soon got off the idea when i realised how much it was an ive ended up buying a trenton delux in mocha in was in our local paper never been used so i snapt it up its in my mates spare room at the moment i cant wait to get out and about with it


EmzEmz
posted 1 decade 1 year ago
We've put aside a trenton deluxe at mothercare too! ours is the green one though. We have just started to think about changing it though as we've had more time to look at others and it seems a little bulky. Also Im not sure how much use the carrycot part will get as we'll most likely just attach the car seat to begin with. Ive seen a Graco one in Toys r us which you get the car base too for a cheaper price.

mitchmitch
posted 1 decade 1 year ago
ive had literatley every make going i have spent a few grand on prams and things in my time of having kids
i now thingk that big pram type carrycots are not worth there money babies dont get much use from the m an thye are big n bulky to store away so now i just go for a buggy typee thing soits ligt and suitable for a bus

AlexAlex Moderator
posted 1 decade 1 year ago
I had a mamas and Papas and I loved it.

It had the pram/carry cot. the buggy seat which could face either way, car seat which fitted on the the chassis if I wasn't going to have Joseph in it for long. They recommend that babies spend NO LONGER than 90mins in a car seat at a time.

I loved it and only had that a stroller for when he was bigger and didnt want to take the big buggy. I was upset when I had to put it away just after he was 2 because he was so big and wanted to walk everywhere.

supernannymjsupernannymj
posted 1 decade 1 year ago
I totally did my head in before DS was born over which pram/buggy to buy - they are all so expensive and it's so hard to know which features will be the ones which turn out to be good for you.

In the end I got a Bebecar Vector and it's been fantastic so far. I didn't bother getting the carrycot top because the pushchair pretty much converts into a pram when you put the back fully down. DS sleeps really well in it and it's nice to push. Plus the car seat fits on the wheels too which has turned out to be pretty useful - I usually do this if I'm going on the bus for example cos it makes it smaller.

The other really good thing is the whole thing can face either way - it was the only one I saw which would do this as well as let the baby lie completely flat after the tiny baby stage.

The only disadvantage really is it's quite big and bulky and there's no way I could take it on the Tube on my own because of all the steps - it's fine on buses though.

When I can afford it I think I'll get a Maclaren buggy to use on occasions like Tube journeys but I'll carry on with the Bebecar for journeys on foot and to places where I really need DS to be able to sleep in it

GTTkelGTTkel
posted 1 decade 1 year ago
I used a Graco Travel System which lasted for both my two,but then also switched to strollers abit later on.

CHEEKYCHUMSCHEEKYCHUMS
posted 1 decade 1 year ago
see my blogg for tips on buying pram all you pregnant mums out there with out wasting money

morganmummorganmum
posted 1 decade 1 year ago
- My blog
i had the graco travel system last time and loved it. have just got the graco milan tandem this time as will have the two to push! was a bargin only £100 from toys r us.
think its down to £89 now tho Rolling Eyes

jamesbrowniejamesbrownie
posted 6 months 4 days ago
I have the Uppababy inline double stroller, which with a removable part that brings me lots of convenience for supplies if we need to go out.

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