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I'm very happy with this pram, I wouldn't say I love it but it does the job.
Pro's: It has the bassinette option which is great, I used it everynight for about 3 months, until she moved into her cot. Its fairly light, and very manouverable. The pram seat is reversable so you can have bub facing away or towards you. And it has a basket and the handle can be extended for taller people. The back wheels aren't too wide and I managed to fit thru most shopping checkouts.
Con's: The two front wheels are quite small, so I do have some difficulty getting up and down big curbs. When you have the pram seat facing you when you collapse it sometimes it won't fit in your car, I drive a Subaru Forrester so it fits ok in the back of mine but hubby drives Commodore and he has to take the seat off the pram and put it in seperately. However if seat is facing away, it's fine. You need two hands to collapse.
Overall I would recommend this pram and the only reason I am looking at purchasing another stroller is due to the fact that my 7 month old daughter is a tummy sleeper and she is unable to lie on her tummy in the Nova.
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