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    Default Mountain buggy urban or beema swallow q for jogging?

    Hi all, my first time posting! I am looking for a second pram to jog with. It will not need to be folded down and needs to be able to run on gravel,
    And rough footpaths. I'm buying second hand and have narrowed down my options to a mountain buggy urban or beema swallow q. Anyone got any tips with either of these prams?


    I should add, my baby is 5months, he has reflux so want a pram that sits him nice and upright, not slouchy- which I worry the mountain buggy is?


    I will be having a other baby in a year or so too. But I can't see any decent prams for jogging that take 2 that are suitable for one, will probably upgrade to a side by side mountain buggy when bub 2 comes in the future.

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    I have a Mountain Buggy, which I love. It goes anywhere- easily. The "sitting up" position is not at 90 degrees or anything but I don't think it would cause a reflux baby any troubles. Have you sat him in one yet? A friend of mine used to have the Beema Swallow Q and thought it was rubbish.... Then purchased a Mountain Buggy and said the difference was unbelievable. hth


 

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