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    Default best walking pram for a 2 year old?

    Just after opinions on the best walking pram for my 2 year old. Just footpaths etc . He's a big boy so nothing too small.

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    I have a valco snap for my almost 2 year old. It's a lightweight but it does the job. We have some very dodgy footpaths here and it handles well

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    I have a city mini. Huge hood, plenty of room in there for my 2 yr old and he is a big boy. Handles well and is super easy to fold. Baby jogger also have a lifetime warranty on the frame.

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    I have the Silver Cross Wayfarer which is perfect for footpaths etc. it's so light as well so wouldn't be too heavy with the weight of a 2 year old. I can easily push my 4 year old in it!

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    I currently have a bugaboo bee but soon as there are bumps/uneven pavement it's horrible to push. so might leave that one for the shops. I was looking at the baby jogger city elite.. or the strider compact.. any thoughts on these?

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    I can't comment on those but check out productreview.com.au I found to be very helpful.

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    I purchased a City Mini GT about 2 months ago, I love it to walk with. Is comparable to my beema Q that I had for years, the only thing I don't like is how small and hard to access the basket is.

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    I had a strider plus and got rid of it for a mountain buggy swift. It's amazing to push! My DS is two and it's great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinkers View Post
    I have a city mini. Huge hood, plenty of room in there for my 2 yr old and he is a big boy. Handles well and is super easy to fold. Baby jogger also have a lifetime warranty on the frame.

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    I second the city mini. My 4 y/o still goes in it when we go for walks or if we are having a big day out (eg city, holidays etc). Recently I had my 4 and 6 y/o in it together pushing them both!

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    City mini for sure.

    The seat space is huge compared to other prams (i used to have a buggaboo & strider) my 4yr old has loads of room if she sits in it.
    My 18mth old loves it and cruises around with his feet up on the bar


 

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