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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttoneska View Post
    Thanks heaps for everyones advice, on consideration I think I need sir or foam filled tyres as I live in country, have gravel driveway and unsealed roads. This was making think I need big wheels too, like a mountain buggy?

    But ultimately I want a pram that is
    -reversible
    -air or foam filled tyres that are decent size
    -front wheels that can be locked/unlocked depending if I'm in city or country
    -suitable from birth (fully reclined or bassinet/seat in one)
    -option for 2nd seat

    Any ideas? Seems the bebe is out cos of wheels. But I'm also thinking the valco rebel q air has everything.
    I had my quinny tyres foam filled as we lived in port hedland for a few years. The tyres still went flat and couldn't handle the gravel.

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    The rebel q correct me if I am wrong but I didn't think it was reversible.

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    Yep rebel q is reversible.

    Ahh I dont know what to do about wheels, seems air are the best for rough services but go flat. And maybe foam filled go flat? But the other ones aren't good for rough roads?

    Sorry I'm on mobile and hard to read bad, which pram did u suggest?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hopefully2 View Post
    The rebel q correct me if I am wrong but I didn't think it was reversible.

    It is. I have it. The whole top part (carridge) easily clips off and u turn the whole thing around

    http://www.valco.com.au/product/rebel_q

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShanandBoc View Post
    It is. I have it. The whole top part (carridge) easily clips off and u turn the whole thing around

    http://www.valco.com.au/product/rebel_q
    What tyres do you have? What color did u get?

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    Tubeless tyres that dont puncture (great to steer never had any issues) and i got the Truffle colour. You can view it here http://www.valco.com.au/product/rebel_q#5

    It really is a lovely pram

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    it really seems to tick all the boxes i am looking for - it does seem a bit puffy though like tis hard to clean but ihaven't seen it in real life yet sohard to tell.

    I am thinking of the air tyres because i live in country. And maybe if they puncture alot I can look at getting them filled

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShanandBoc View Post
    Tubeless tyres that dont puncture (great to steer never had any issues) and i got the Truffle colour. You can view it here http://www.valco.com.au/product/rebel_q#5

    It really is a lovely pram
    sorry have to say..that pram..to me ...wouldn't be good in the country..you would be mad getting anything but a MB!!

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    Na not hard to clean at all....ive never had any issues. I guess any pram would be if ur child makes enough mess!!

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    How is the storage on the valco one? It looks very hard to get into?

    A donkey would tick all those boxes Hun.


 

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