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    Default Phil & Ted's E3 Buggy - good or bad????

    Hi ladies, I asked this question on the back end of another thread, here is the link if you missed it, wondering if anyone can help me with any guidance or feedback they might have on this 3 wheeler pram.


    http://www.bubhub.com.au/community/f...378#post147378



    Really appreciate your help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shereejoy
    Hi ladies, I asked this question on the back end of another thread, here is the link if you missed it, wondering if anyone can help me with any guidance or feedback they might have on this 3 wheeler pram.


    http://www.bubhub.com.au/community/f...378#post147378



    Really appreciate your help.
    Oh I could rave all day about how great the E3 is. Worth every cent!

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    Hi Sheree

    I'm just having a look at the current Choice guide and they say that the P&T E3 pram failed because "the waist buckling and adjusting devices on the stroller can too easily slide along and off the strap".

    I haven't actually looked at the pram so am not sure what this means.

    The link to a Choice article online is:

    http://www.choice.com.au/viewArticle...tid=100008&p=1

    For me finding a pram has been a nightmare and I have relied heavily on feedback from others so I hope some mums can give you advice!

    Scout

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scout
    "the waist buckling and adjusting devices on the stroller can too easily slide along and off the strap".

    Hmm I never knew that, but certainly have never ever had a problem with the adjusting straps!

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    Fab!

    New model has attachments to attach a capsule which makes it even more fab!

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    There is a lime green and an orange version being released soon too!

    So it will come in 5 different colours!

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    Hey lovely Sheree

    I have the P&T and I LOVE it. I actually bought a Bertini stroller but we have decided to try for another baby later this year and as the P&T was on special we bought it. I wish we had got it in the beginning...
    I have never had a problem with the straps either - in fact I can hardly adjust mine!

    Cx

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    Thanks ladies, will have to read that article, but if you say Oscar's mum you have never had a problem that will do me.

    So is it ok to put a newborn in without the capsule too, and can you go walking easily with it?

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    Oh Claire, so lovely to see you. How are you, Emily and Kenny. Good I hope.

    Great to hear you like it so much. I really appreciate your advise especially.

    What colours does everyone have then, what do u recommend?

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    You can definately put a newborn in without the capsule, I never used a capsule at all.

    I don't drive either so this pram has been a godsend to walk with for me, obviously though cross country isn't recommended but walking around the neighbourhood etc I couldn't fault it.


 

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