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    Default Is there a 4 wheel pram with ALL pneumatic wheels?

    I really don't want a 3 wheel pram (DH is dead against too).

    The closest to what I want it is the BJCS, but the front wheels aren't pneumatic. (it ticks every other box, a possible second seat for #2 when time comes that ISN'T underneath or behind the younger child, short and easy to push for this 5'1'' short ****, takes a capsule and folds super easy)

    Bertini made a 4 wheel all pneumatic pram but I can't find it available in Australia.

    Anyone know of any others?

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    You could look at some of the Emmaljunga prams. New ones can be quite expensive ( up to $2000) but you can pick them up for a couple of hundred off eBay .

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    Bugaboo donkey ticks all the boxes.

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    thanks I'll go investigate those options

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    Ok so went pram shopping yesterday ..... ran into two ladies in there pushing bugaboos.... both in there to replace them as they weren't happy at all with them. One bought hers second hand, the other brand new and was spewing over the money they had spent, so after those chats I decided not to bother for the money.

    Didn't want to spend the money for an Emmaljunga (tight **** here).... so it came down to the BJCS or New Strider compact. I bought the Strider Compact, it allows the capsule to be put at the back when it's time for two kids and is 8cm narrower than the strider plus ..... does everything that I wanted, bar the pneumatic wheels, hubby inspected though and assures me they are fine the way they are constructed so no more pram hunting for me


 

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