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    Default Pram travelling

    Can anyone recommend a pram that lays back for traveling?
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    Do you mean lays flat when pushing it, or packs flat when traveling in the car?

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    Lays flat when pushing so he can sleep

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    We're currently using a baby jogger city mini on a trip to Bali.

    It is very lightweight and reclines fully to lay back position and has a great sun hood for weather protection.

    Because it is very light if neither kids are using it, DH can fold it and carry it along with us without a problem. We also took it on the plane in a travel bag I had for my old pram.

    It did cost us $270 from the US but we will be traveling a few more times so it is well worth it for us.

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    I second the BJCM or a maclaren stroller, make sure you get a model that lays flat though because not all of them do.
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    Thanks girls

    Kel87 are there any draw backs to this model?

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    It has a small basket underneath so you can't really fit much.

    But in saying that I do fit my ergo baby sling, and a green reusable bag filled with Naples/wipes/bottle but it's just a pain to try and get in to if the pram is laying flat.

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    Thanks kel
    I looked it up on u tube, it looks awesome

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    I have the BJCM and mac vogue. re the basket issue - with the mac vogue the basket is pretty ordinary anyway. For the BJCM I tend to access stuff from the side. I lvoe the fold on the BJCM. So quick and easy. When we used it in NY and had to go through security lots it was so easy to fold it and put it through the scanners, even with some stuff in teh basket.
    New improved models are coming out in mid march but will be more $$$ and will be longer to reach us in Oz. They are also heavier.

    Both mac and BJCM are good it depends how you want it to fold ie umbrella or square.


 

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