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    Default What are the most essential features for a pram?

    Travel system, steer with one hand. And coffee holder!!

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    Not to wide... nothing worse than trying to maneuver a wide pram around your favourite antique shop....

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    Default Re: What are the most essential features for a pram?

    Width and weight. Less is more.

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    Default Re: What are the most essential features for a pram?

    And what accessories are included and what do you still need to buy (rain cover, full sun shade etc)


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