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    Default Prams on the road/grass, how is yours?

    Hi guys, I know there are threads like this one but im currently searching for a pram that does well on the road (just walking down the street, we have no sidewalks) and how did it go on grass?

    Recommendations would be great!
    TIA!

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    I googled a lot and the best I found was jeep overland jogger. Good for all terrain. They are $410 on eBay and arrive very quickly. I ordered mine last week and it arrived yesterday.

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    I have the city series jogger. Love it! It goes anywhere. Where I live there is dirt tracks and many streets without paths.

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    Mines a twins pram so probably a bit different but they do come in a single version but obviously i havent used the single
    Its a babylove duolite we just moved from a farm and this worked well pushing the twins up and down the paddocks feeding the animals and going for walks on gravel and dirt roads, so the single version would suit your needs really well and they don't cost an arm and a leg to buy new

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    I've got the Valco Matrix and it's an awesome all terrain pram, though it is heavy at 11kg.

    I've loved it though and the weight isn't a big issue for me.

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    Mine's a mountain buggy swift, very very good on all surfaces.

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    I have a Beema Q and LOOOOVE it. Have gone hiking up dirt tracks/rocks/grass with it, sooo easy to push over rough terrain. I bought my first one second hand, soon upgraded to a slightly newer second hand one and would actually love to buy the brand new model, but as my current one is perfectly fine, I can't bring myself to do it.

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    My Valco rebel ex Q is quite good on grass

    Sent from my GT-I9100T using BubHub

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    We have the valco matrix plus. It has been great for all types of surfaces. We love it that much we are going to buy the toddler seat attatchment when baby #2 arrives.

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    My beema glides through grass like a hot knife through butter! I love it, I used to walk on the road but can now walk on the grass, up a hill.
    http://www.babygoodswarehouse.com.au...roducts_id=289

    http://www.ebay.com.au/sch/i.html?_f...All-Categories


 

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