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    The versa is very similar to the agile but RW faces as well, I would suggest the bugaboo bee though if you want a real light weight compact pram. Not that I have it myself have just played with it a little bit.

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    In saying that its only 1kg lighter, I'd suggest googling the folded specifications of all of these prams

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    Have a look at the babyzen yoyo. They are just about to/have released a from birth parent facing option. The fold is amazing, and ridiculously light! We use it for travel but with the new option I don't see why you couldn't use it all the time.
    It has super small wheels (the same as the bee) so it's terrible on rough terrain but perfect for shopping centres and smooth footpaths.

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    I have a Nissan micra and really wanted the I candy but it wouldn't fit in my boot. In the end the silver cross wayfarer fitted in well plus light and easy to fold. Good price and comes with the bassinet.

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    My car is a diahatsu cuore it's a 2 door 4 seater and completely impractical. I can fit 4 bags of groceries in it... I think I might be dreaming with a pram

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    I also got the agile as it was one of the few that would fit between the tether straps. My hatch boot is not too small but once the straps for both seats go across it leaves very little room,.it wasn't a stress with one seat as I could sort of slide the pram under. The rear wheels come of/on super easy so try fitting it with them off.

    There may be smaller but I needed a travel system.

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    Have you thought about babywearing instead OP?

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    Like a sling? That could be a good idea actually hmm

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    perhaps the nuna pepp stroller? only for indoors really but folds totally flat and can recline fully. google it.

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    The babyzen yoyo fits on the floor of our backseat- it also fits in an overhead locker. It's seriously small- it will fit!


 

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