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    Hi I am looking at the following prams... Can anyone recommend or comment on them?

    1- stokke xplory - love the design and height

    2- emmaljunga city

    3- silver cross surf

    4- bugaboo cameleon

    5- iCandy peach


    Thanks!!! Such a hard decision!!!

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    They are all exxy prams! I haven't tried any of them but I think the Bugaboo & the Emmaljunga are 'status symbol' prams :P

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    We bought the Peach and I love it!! Haven't used it yet though, bub is due August ^_^

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    Really want the stokke so interested in others opinions.
    Think I'm pretty set on it but would love other suggestions.

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    There's a new bugaboo cameleon being released September... Just FYI in case you weren't aware.

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    Ok do u know how it will b different compared to the current model?

    Haha yeh I know I have expensive taste unfortunately.😳 Wanna test out the stokke one as looks great and love the height...

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    We had the emmaljunga nitro with dd. Great pram, but folded very big. We ended up selling it for 1/3 of the price we paid when she was 6 months and bought a bjcs which I love.

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    You should check out baby gizmo onyou tube, she reviews lots and lots of prams I'm pretty sure she has done all of those

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    After much research we settled on the silvercross surf for our son. It's beautiful to look at, lightweight and I love that you can buy the 'essentials pack' to completely change the colour of the pram!
    The 'baby nest' is great for when they are tiny as it gives a lot of support and my son loves to sleep in there.
    As an added bonus they aren't very common, at least not where I live! And I always get comments on it.

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    Sorry I was just having another read through your list I think one thing you need to have a look at is storage on those choices some of them aren't the greatest


 

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