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    I likre the Stokke Explory for the high seat, too. It also keeps bubs up and away from car exhaust.

    Orlyon, that babyzen pram sounds cool; I take PT a lot, too.

    I don't think I will ever get another pram after the Mama's and Papa's Sola; it is just the fabbest pram with the best steering, and is stylish and individual, too, as there aren't many of them about. You just have to drive one and you fall in love with it. If I have another bub, DS wull be relegated to a travel board on the back, though, as I don't think they have second-seatability.

    Newlywed - are you any closer to making the big decision?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetseven View Post
    That looks super cool!


    Also I can't talk from actual use but from test driving the Agile Plus which I'm buying, I think that could be my answer

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    I have a City Mini Gt & love it! It's really light & easy to steer.

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    Orlyon - have you got your yoyo yet? It looks awesome!

    And nope Baroness - no decision yet. Going to wait and see the bugaboo buffalo when it's out in July as I think that might be just what I want.

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    I have test driven the agile plus and am in love. Only picky thing is that it isn't rearward facing unless using a capsule and a second seat cant be used,but other than that it ticks all the boxes.
    Lightweight, folds neatly with one hand, massive hood, generous basket, neat looking pram, easy to manoeuvre.

    We will purchase this one closer to birth and when the next baby comes along we will get a double as well.

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    I just test drove the ICandy Peach and I think I am in love!! the only thing I dont like it the price! I dont have a pram yet, (I dont even have an earth-side babe yet) so cant comment on any prams except for trying them out in the shops.

    Does anyone have any experiences/thoughts with this pram????

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    Sorry MrsLA - I haven't seen the icandy prams much around, are there only certain stores which stock them? I so wish one store had every pram imaginable and I could just go there and try them all out at once!

    Or better yet, I wish there was only one pram and therefore no decision needed!

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    I would LOVE LOVE LOVE an iCandy pram!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newlywed333 View Post
    Sorry MrsLA - I haven't seen the icandy prams much around, are there only certain stores which stock them? I so wish one store had every pram imaginable and I could just go there and try them all out at once!

    Or better yet, I wish there was only one pram and therefore no decision needed!
    Totally agree. It's a pita having to go to different shops.
    I often get to shop 2 or 3 and forget some detail about pram in shop 1 and have to go back! Uughhh

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaronessM View Post
    I likre the Stokke Explory for the high seat, too. It also keeps bubs up and away from car exhaust.

    Orlyon, that babyzen pram sounds cool; I take PT a lot, too.

    I don't think I will ever get another pram after the Mama's and Papa's Sola; it is just the fabbest pram with the best steering, and is stylish and individual, too, as there aren't many of them about. You just have to drive one and you fall in love with it. If I have another bub, DS wull be relegated to a travel board on the back, though, as I don't think they have second-seatability.

    Newlywed - are you any closer to making the big decision?
    I have the sola too, it's brilliant.


 

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