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    It's random, I know.. Can anyone recommend a pram that has the following:

    * big wheels suitable for snow, and ones that won't rust! (My old baby jogger city mini from 2011 was completely ruined in the snow). Not sure if the newer models are better suited for snow

    * light weight

    * easy to fold

    Thanks in advance!

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    My 2015 baby jogger has rusted pretty badly. (I've never taken it to the snow and in fact hardly use it).

    Can't help with the snow though sorry!

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyno1onboard View Post
    My 2015 baby jogger has rusted pretty badly. (I've never taken it to the snow and in fact hardly use it).

    Can't help with the snow though sorry!
    Why do they make wheels that rust? How stupid can these designers be? Jeeez!

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    Quote Originally Posted by witherwings View Post
    It's random, I know.. Can anyone recommend a pram that has the following:

    * big wheels suitable for snow, and ones that won't rust! (My old baby jogger city mini from 2011 was completely ruined in the snow). Not sure if the newer models are better suited for snow

    * light weight

    * easy to fold

    Thanks in advance!
    Not lightweight but I've heard the bugaboo buffalo copes with snow...

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    Bugaboo is a bit exxy for me..
    What about the mountain buggy terrain? Any good?

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    I've got a bugaboo frog and they go well in the snow but don't make that model anymore. Buffalo can aswell. We got ours (frog) on gumtree second hand and its in perfect condition. Our first pusher bertini X2 has same or very similar wheels as the bugaboo it's about $750 I think without the bassinet.

    I've Msged my sister who lives in the states. She gets major snow in winter so will see what she says aswell

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    Default Pram suitable for snow?

    Honestly just used a bob three wheel thing and the mcclaren

    This is what my sister said to me about pushers in the snow. She lives on the east coast of the US and where she is gets tonnes of snow in the winter

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    The stokke trailz is, it's a Norwegian brand. We went with it here in Aus and my brother in law had it for his kids in Norway.

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    An emmaljunga but it's not going to be light weight I would buy one second hand off gumtree

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    I used a Jeep Liberty and it was awesome. They're discontinued but still pop up on gumtree. It did get a little spoke rust due to the salt, but if you already have a nice pram (that you don't want to ruin) try getting something like this cheap then you don't need to get upset about a little rust.


 

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