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    Default What pram am I looking for??

    I want to get rid of my strider plus. I love it but its just too impractical and I hardly use it anymore.

    I don't currently drive and the buses I catch have stairs so its a pain to fold plus hang onto DD who is almost 14 months.
    My 3rd doesn't want to sit in the pram all the time but still gets a bit tired occasionally.

    I don't want to spend a fortune, I'd like something reasonably priced.
    Lightweight but with 4 wheels.

    I will eventually be driving (need a bit more practice)

    I'm not sure what I should go for? Any advice??

    Thank you

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    I had a roger Armstrong elyse.

    Super easy to fold and light weight... fully reclines... only about $100-150

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    I had a Strider Plus but found it great for pushing but bad for everything else and decided to downgrade to a smaller pram. After many nights going over different prams we chose the Phil & Ted SmartBuggy and we love it! We are on holiday at the moment and it is a dream to get on and off the trams with. It is light with a small footprint so it squeezes into tight spaces plus it is so simple to fold.

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    Try a valco snap 4. I love mine!

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    I have a valco zee which sounds like it would fit the bill. We're really happy with ours

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    The agile plus. It fold small and is light weight. It handles really well.

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    Agile. One of the lightest for its price folds very easily. One button. . then fold. Love it.

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    I've been eyeing off the pink agile plus. How flat do they fold? At the moment I need something that's easy to fold one handed while holding DD to get on and off the bus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SK2BC View Post
    I've been eyeing off the pink agile plus. How flat do they fold? At the moment I need something that's easy to fold one handed while holding DD to get on and off the bus.
    If that's the case I'd be looking at a baby jogger, maybe micro or mini

    They have a one handed fold, my valco zee is not one handed but otherwise a good pram


 

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