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    that pram sounds like an ashtray on a motobike (useless).

    i wouldn't buy a pram if it didnt fold away regardless of the price, even as a secondary pram-having 2+ prams would be painful for space in our place.

    hopefully someone will, so you can get a "better model".

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    I personally wouldn't. I use the fold function a lot. Its always worth a try though. You can sell all sorts of things at a garage sale.

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    No I wouldn't buy a pram without a fold down function. I have my pram folded down in my boot and it lives there and when it's not in the boot I have it folded down and stored under the bed in our guest room. When I was buying a pram the fold down with one hand function was on of my main criteria for a pram. But worth a go at selling it.

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    No, i need prams to fold so i can store them.

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    I would. I keep a pram at home (jogger) as well as stroller in the car. The jogger is kept in the playroom and not folded down because it takes as much floor space folded as not


    Some people are like slinkies. Useless but still give you a laugh when you push them down a flight of stairs

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    Nope, I wouldn't buy a pram that wouldn't fold down. I also probably wouldn't buy a pram that has bits and bobs added to it from other prams.

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    I imagine it would be hard enough to give away, let alone sell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bell & Bug View Post
    Nope, I wouldn't buy a pram that wouldn't fold down. I also probably wouldn't buy a pram that has bits and bobs added to it from other prams.
    ^^ this


 

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