I have been looking in stores and doing research and I have narrowed it down to the uppababy alta or the mountain buggy cosmopolitan. Can anyone provide feedback from experience as to which pram would be better?
I prefer the look of the Cosmo and thought that the larger wheels would be of benefit. However the Alta is more stable in the seat.
Reasons we have picked them:
Lighter weight with easy fold and unfold;
Easy to maneuver;
Doesn't require a bassinet for newborn;
Price (we would like to stick around $700 or less);
Baby can be forward or rear facing; and
We were not fussed on the strider compact or the city mini.
Any recommendations would be great.
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17-08-2014 15:24 #1Member
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18-08-2014 19:24 #2Junior Member
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Personally I'd prefer the uppababy. It's super light weight has good under storage and looks good. I have a bugaboo and I wanted to sell it and but an uppababy alta but found out I'm preg with number 2 so it's not an option anymore
18-08-2014 19:43 #3
I loved the look of the Cosmo but the salesperson described it as 'a shopping centre only pram'. She said you wouldn't want to use it on uneven ground/ outside a lot.
I ended up going with the city mini gt because we use the pram outside a lot.
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