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    Default Recommendations for a compact pram

    So I have my city jogger which is my walking pram.

    Ds2 will be 3 and a half when this bub is born so I won't need a double pram. I like the idea of the Phil and teds type pram with the pram underneath so you can carry 2 but don't think I would utilise it, probably wouldn't be compact enough either. This is definitely our last bub.

    We have the ford territory 7 seater and will be utilising the very back seat so we need a compact pram that will fit in there nicely. Don't mind if it's a descent stroller but it has to be suitable for a newborn, some strollers don't go back very far. I would also like a descent storage area underneath.

    Any recommendations?

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    Take a look at the Combi Urban. 5kgs, single hand fold. Small when folded. About $480 from memory, from My Baby Warehouse.

    I absolutely love mine.

    Very few strollers are newborn suitable, and those that are tend to be larger. If you do find one you're happy with, try bubs with one of those head support thingies to provide a bit more support/cushioning.


 

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