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    Mel I love the pram too

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    We have a valco matrix. Its a great pram and excellent for walking. Also not too expensive.

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    We have the icandy and I loved the bassinet even though we only used it for 4 months. It's also good as its one of the only ones where bub can occasionally sleep overnight in it.

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    Quincy buzz. it has a bassinette attachment that can be taken off if you some where and they can keep sleeping in it.

    Very sturdy pram, reversible seat, 2x seat covers (one for babies one for toddlers)

    It also can have a capsule too.

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    This is mine from Big W called zuzu helix pram. I think it's great,only downside is its quite bulky and I have a small car so it's a bit of a squeeze, but you'd probably find that with a lot of the bassinet the prams as the bassinet the part doesn't fold down. It was about $300.
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    I like the bebe care rvse because the seat converts to a bassinet so you can still use it as a bassinet for like a 6 month old when they fall asleep.

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    http://www.cnpbrands.com.au/product....and=2&cate=135

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    Thanks for all these suggestions.

    We have a normal sedan but we have a gas tank in the boot which annoyingly takes up alot of space, which up until now hasnt been that much of an issue. Suppose I had better get DH to measure the boot space and the folded up pram space before we put down any money for one.

    Boobycino, thanks for the link. I do like the look of that and how its forward and backwards facing. Looks like pretty decent basket space too.

    BoxerDogLover, I also like the look of that one, I am just worried about it fitting in my boot.

    DH and I will be going to a few baby stores and having a look but wanted to get some opinions and do some googling before we go and get overwhelmed

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    I have a Getz and the pram fits in my car. When I had the bassinette I just put it on the back seat now I use the seat the whole pram fits in the back

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    We have a mountain buggy swift and have the bassinet attachment! No negatives we love it and
    So light and easy to maneuver!


 

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