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iam looking for, 4 wheeler prams with BIG WHEELs and meet the Australian Stardards and
pocket for mobile phone and stuff like that
tray undermeath the pram
boot cover/rain cover
I have a Childcare Challenger Deluxe pram. It has 4 large 4WD wheels, basket at the bottom, rain/wind covers, two pockets for mobile pone etc..., front/rear brakes, steering mechanism for easy turing, reversable handle, see thru visor on hood, 5 point harness but has no cup holder.
Here is a website tat you can look up childcare prams. (I hope it works)
We have a Bertini pram that has four 4WD wheels (so that you have similar action to the 3 wheeler prams but with 4 wheels - great for cornering). It has a pocket at the back which is big enough for things like my wallet, sunglasses, keys (and all of the same of my husband's). There is also a pocket for mobile phones (which actually fits both of our phones in it). There is a zip up tray underneath, as well as an open tray. The pram also comes with all of the accessories - this was a great bonus as many prams we looked at seemed to come as a base model, and we then had to add things like a rain cover and cocoon to the price. The other great thing is that it is not too heavy and packs down to be quite flat.
On the down side, and I am just being honest about the product, my little Hamish is facing away from me, and whilst there is a clear plastic window for me to see him through while we are powering along, it is not the same as him facing me (as he had in the big, old, heavy pram that we used when he was a newborn). The steering is also unusual - we are used to it now, but at the start it was like driving a car that tried to drive itself half of the time. Going backwards is a skill I am still mastering ! One good thing in regards to this is that you can have the wheels in 4WD mode, or locked in position, so for things like stairs, the wheels all stay in one direction (much like older style prams).
I think the thing I like most about the pram is that Hamish loves it ! He is warm and snuggled. He enjoy being able to see the world passing by, and is also able to sleep comfortably.
We bought it from Baby Target (on sale for about $300) and whilst it took some getting used to (because of the steering) it is a great pram.
Hope my blah blah helps !
Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited
$399.99 Product No.32649413
$399.99 Product No.32649413
has anyone had this pram from Target ,i like it, all i want in a pram but iam not sure if the handle reverses
I'm also looking for the same things you are in a pram.
I have looked at the Jeep one you mentioned and I don't think the handle reverses, I don't think any of the Jeep prams have reversable handles.
I know a few people who have a reverse handle pram from target that has a cup holder on it, but none of them are happy with it. As bub gets bigger the pram gets hard to push/steer. There is also a similar pram at Big W, but it seems to me like the same pram, just different fabric.
I have looked at a Steelcraft pram, the one that has all swivel wheels, not just the front two like most reverse handle prams...does anyone have this pram? I think I can manage without the cup holder if I am getting a good pram :)
I bought the Emmaljunga Classic, which is has 4 big tractor wheels! It also has great suspension and was awesome for rocking my baby to sleep when we were sitting in a cafe or something,. It has a reversible handle and a large parcel area underneath,. It was brilliant for my newborn as it has a full boot cover and the hood closes down almost completely,..cocooning the baby,. It has a rain cover aswell,. It is pretty heavy though,.and a big pram,. But has great steering etc! It was expensive (around $1000),... but well worth it,. I am selling mine (as we bought a car with a smaller boot,.so if you are interested in buying it, contact me via email and I will send you some pics and specs etc,.
I'm selling my Childcare Challenger DL pram, if you're interested. It has the four big wheels (but in fixed mode - not front swivelling ones like the newer ones). It is about 2 years old but in great condition as we didn't really use it that often. It was great for the walking tracks around where we live.
It is suitable for newborns, large shopping basket underneath, hood with rear pocket and viewing window, multiposition/fully layback reclining seat, has the reversible handle and five point safety harness.
It is heavy, but baby loved it, as the suspension and the soft pump up tyres cushioned any big bumps in the paths. No cup holder but hubby found the back pocket a good place for his beer! Don't ask! ;)
Please email me on email@example.com if you're interested to see photos of the pram.
does any one have this pram ,it has big 4 big wheels :eek:
and is there a Australian website theta reveiws 4 wheel prams
This may not be the right thread but I have a challenger deluxe pram and have lost one of the pins for the wheels. Would anyone know where I could get a spare? Thanks
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