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    Some MBWs still have them on the floor, if you PM me I can tell you which ones.

    M&P make good quality prams, it is essentially quite similar to the Bugaboo Bee in functionality. Only flaws I can find is that the shopping basket is a bit crap and it's not really suited for walking except in shopping centres-- suspension isn't as good as the Bee. For the price, it's a great pram! Recommend the Maxi Cosi on it as a travel system absolutely.

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    Thanks heaps for that.

    I would do a bit of walking in the neighborhood - do you think walking on paths / paved surfaces are okay?

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    I've had one for over a year now and love it. The only downside is the suspension, but I get by... Hey, I've even taken it camping and it's been dragged through the mud with DS!!

    I love how light it is, easy fold, unfold, so compact. I loved having it lay flat with DS facing me, and now he's bigger he sits in it like a stroller. The basket does look small but you'd b surprised what I can fit under there :-)

    My fave thing is the hood. I love how on afternoon walks I can put the hood down and it covers almost all of DS from the sun!!

    Love love love

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    Quote Originally Posted by bebehvala View Post
    Thanks heaps for that.

    I would do a bit of walking in the neighborhood - do you think walking on paths / paved surfaces are okay?
    Paths and smooth roads are fine, it does get a tad bumpy on the rough bitumen though... DS has never seemed to mind though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bennos Mummy View Post
    Paths and smooth roads are fine, it does get a tad bumpy on the rough bitumen though... DS has never seemed to mind though
    Ohh thanks Bennos Mummy - first baby, first pram and I am scared I've made a bad choice.

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    just think positivly about your pram and dont freak out. Its a very nice pram. But mybabywarehouse are a ***** to deal with when it comes to refund of exchange.

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    Ohhh that sucks to know MBH is not good to deal with. I have no reason to return it....

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    Aaaaam... i think i saw this pram in one of a site...you can see it.I have a good experience with Mylo pram by mamas and papas.that was fantastic


 

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