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    Quote Originally Posted by CottonCandy View Post
    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.
    I was coming in to recommend this one!

    It's amazing, very small and light. It's tiny when folded (it fits easily into the overhead storage on a plane, so a small boot would be no worries at all).

    http://www.babyzen.com/video-yoyo.php

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    I have had a couple of prams mentioned in this thread, including the city mini, and the yoyo is far, far smaller than them. Every pram seems big and bulky after the yoyo

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    I was going to suggest the nuna pep as well. I'm pretty sure they advertise it can fit in the boot of one of those teeny little smart cars.
    Also it can take adapters for a capsual car seat so bubs can face you for a while when they are using the transport system.
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    Check out this video on YouTube:

    http://youtu.be/nzgy-Txc1q8

    I wasn't so convinced when I first saw it. It's a bit different looking. But when you play with it and see it's amazing functionality it's a really great pram! I highly recommend checking it out at your local baby store to get a better feel for it.

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    Nuna pepp will fit in my car with room to spare! Yay

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kittyrose View Post
    Nuna pepp will fit in my car with room to spare! Yay
    Winner!!

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    The silver cross wayfarer is ultra light and will fit in a small boot.


 

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