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    Default Icandy Peach?

    After having a look at prams, i think we've decided to go with the Icandy peach with the basinet attachment.

    We road tested the Icandy and the Bugaboo side by side and they are so similar, the only difference i really saw was that the Icandy seems to have a bit of a better turning circle and is a little more seamless to click the attachments in and out.

    Are there many Icandy peach prams out there? We liked the look of the basinet as we are having a winter baby.

    Is it worth the money?

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    We have the iCandy apple. Can't wait to start using it with bubs.

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    Are you after a single or double pram? If it's a single can I quietly suggest you have a look at the baby jogger versa? It has all the features of the peach except the telescopic handle and the higher price tag and it can be folded with the seat attached in forward or parent facing.
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    Thanks Ladies

    Yup we actually did look at the baby jogger and i liked it a lot, but i do really want one that can convert to a double. I didn't think the baby jogger had a basinet attachment though and we're expecting a winter bun which is mostly likely to be premature so liked the idea of being able to wrap baby up on the bassinet for walks.

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    actually just remembered i think the baby jogger does have a basinet but they didn't have it in the shop to try.

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    I have a versa and love it !!!

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    The Versa does have the bassinet attachment available but yes if you want a double it's not for you

    Hey happygirl! I love my versa too

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    It's my 3rd pram for my six month old oops! Had a city mini gt and sold it and got the versa. Finally pram happy !

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    In a word.... Yes!!

    Fantastic pram!

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    Default Icandy Peach?

    Just as another option, I bought the strider compact. Converts to a double if you need to and narrower than the strider plus. Also has a capsule that goes with it if that is important to you as well :-)


 

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