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    Quote Originally Posted by thepouts View Post
    Take your time choosing, there's nothing worse then spending hundreds on a pram you realise you don't actually like!
    ooh yeah i totally agree... problem is : i would often want more than one pram cos there were many out there that look/are what we want in a pram..

    if i told you how many prams i have had you would probably fall over. lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newlywed333 View Post
    Carleena - does the non-reversible seat bother you though?
    I was worried that it would but my little man seems to love watching the world go by.

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    Minchi - what have you owned and which ones worked best? Is it crazy to think I could have just one pram forever?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newlywed333 View Post
    Minchi - what have you owned and which ones worked best? Is it crazy to think I could have just one pram forever?

    most people i know have more than one pram.. one for jogging or rough terrain, and an everyday one. i have had.. phil and teds vibe, sport and dash, beema swallow, quinny zapp, quicksmart stroller, maclaren vogue, xlr, twin triumph and techno, baby jogger city mini, steelcraft orbit, strider plus, agile plus... bugaboo bee, a target stroller, a babyclub stroller, silvercross micro, mountain buggy swift and maybe 3 or 4 more which i cant think of at the moment. lol. this is over 4.5 years mind you... yes - im a pram freak!!!

    but in all - the steelcraft agile plus and the bee are the best. handling, light, you name it. i love the steelcraft agile plus the most as you can put the capsule in it and it has a extra large hood.. the bee is great, can rear face and is light and can change hoods etc to vamp it up how you like.

    the agile and bee look to be permanent ones for me. hehe. they are the ones i have had the longest.. maclaren are awesome too.

    hubby just rolls his eyes at me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Minchi View Post
    ooh yeah i totally agree... problem is : i would often want more than one pram cos there were many out there that look/are what we want in a pram..

    if i told you how many prams i have had you would probably fall over. lol.
    I just fell off the lounge after reading your list of prams.

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    I have a Stokke Xplory. I love the high seat position which means I dont have to bend to attend to my baby. It's also easily adjustable to suit my 6 foot husband and 5 foot me! It's super-stylish and has started a lot of conversations when we are out. It folds easily and I can wheel it up to a table making cafe and restaurant visits less stressful. It was REALLY expensive though and I had to save for the entire 9 months to be able to afford it.

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    I have ordered a babyzen yoyo. They are pretty new to Australia and I fell in love with it after seeing it at the baby and toddler show. I use trams a lot and the idea of a super light pram that I can just fold up with one hand to the size of a tote bag and sling over my shoulder is just perfect!

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    [QUOTE=thepouts;7218560]I just fell off the lounge after reading your list of prams. [/
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    lol... i knew someone would!!

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    I likre the Stokke Explory for the high seat, too. It also keeps bubs up and away from car exhaust.

    Orlyon, that babyzen pram sounds cool; I take PT a lot, too.

    I don't think I will ever get another pram after the Mama's and Papa's Sola; it is just the fabbest pram with the best steering, and is stylish and individual, too, as there aren't many of them about. You just have to drive one and you fall in love with it. If I have another bub, DS wull be relegated to a travel board on the back, though, as I don't think they have second-seatability.

    Newlywed - are you any closer to making the big decision?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetseven View Post
    That looks super cool!


    Also I can't talk from actual use but from test driving the Agile Plus which I'm buying, I think that could be my answer


 

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