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    Default Good pram for being out and about and hot climates

    Hi Bubhubbers,

    Can I please get your advice on a good pram to use out and about around Darwin?

    I'm thinking we'll need something:
    - well ventilated
    - with good sporty wheels
    - a large undercarriage basket
    Maybe a three wheeler?

    I've already got a lovely second-hand Combi that's been handy for popping in the car for shopping, but I'd appreciate your recommendations from your own experiences?

    Thank you

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    No idea what pram to suggest but maybe add big sun visor to your list.

    a lot of the babyjogger prams have extendable sun canopy.

    My babyjogger city mini does and it has a mesh ventilation part at the back

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    I had am agile plus it was pretty good

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    Bugaboo buff with breezy canopy

    Sent from my GT-I9195T using The Bub Hub mobile app

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    Thanks everyone!

    We've been using an Agile for the last couple of months and it's been fab. I did lose the attachment at the back (and my bushtucker and birding guides at the same time ) but I guess that goes to show how much we were venturing out with the pram - and it's now a lot more airy.

    I also bought a removable sun shade that goes over the entire pram - which is great even if we're rolling around indoors because it blocks out overhead lighting.


 

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