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    Default Pram for living in rural area - walking on dirt roads

    I live on a farm and we go out walking every afternoon. I got a second hand (really cheap but very good condition - almost new) baby jogger city elite pram for my paddock basher and it handles quite well. Also have an old strider 3 that was given to me that stays at our other property. It goes ok but is rougher than the baby jogger one. I would not buy a new pram to trash in the bush. I did also buy a new and very expensive baby jogger city select for when I go to town. Love it but it is my good pram and only goes on concrete and in shops etc because I want it to last until I am finished having kids.

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    I've had an ABC adventure buggy and a phil and teds but I love my mountain buggy duo best. I'm thinking about swapping it for a single version just haven't gotten around to it yet.

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    Mountain buggy all terrain

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    Mountain Buggy Terrain - it has great suspension, is very sturdily built, easy to clean (seat/ basket etc come off easily and can be hosed down) and large wheels for stability. I love, love, love mine


 

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