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    The teal is lovely but I wouldn't touch this pram with a 10 foot pole. It would be a beautiful prop but even walking to the shops it wouldn't be practical unless the road to get there was dead flat. Pushing 37kg (plus baby and associated stuff) up even a slight incline would be near impossible. And it's a lot of money to spend on something that would essentially be an occasional photography prop.

    At the end of the day it's obviously your decision as to what you spend your money on but you could get a lot more for your money rather than paying for the silver cross name. What about one of these: https://www.welcomemrbaby.com/classi...FdhivAodUDwKbA

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    Given it might be a prop more than anything, keep an eye out at op shops! A friend of mine picked a really old one up for $50 at a salvos needed a bit of love to get it looking good, but it was beautiful

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    I'd go the navy, because it's a timeless and classic colour that is easily unisex.
    A beautiful old-fashioned pram like that looks a little odd to me in such modern/fashionable colours. And if you plan to use it as a photography prop for years to come, you wouldn't want the colour to date. Also navy would be easier than yellow or teal to coordinate with.

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    If youre intending as more of a prop and to display in your home id go the navy as its classic and although the new colour range looks gorgeous they are a bit gimmicky which im guessing you dont want when spending that kind of money

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    Hi there,

    I wouldn't bother buying a pram before firstly being pregnant and eerything has been checked and clear with the baby. After 26weeks then I would consider buying one.

    It is better to concentrte on your goals and have a plan of becoming pregnant with a healthy lifestyle (physically and mentally).

    Have a roadmap how to get there with a simple checklist.

    It is easy to spend money and buy a pram, but NOT easy to get pregnant etc

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    I'd go the navy

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    I almost fell off my chair at the price That pram would be lucky to last 6 months, 3 if you have a big bubba or one that wants to look around, before they outgrew it. But then I've never understood why women spend over 500 bucks on a pram. I found once mine were sitting aided I just used an umbrella stroller. They are so light and easy to get in and out of the car and so much easier to use in shops. I was in a Lorna Jane a while back and the sales woman commented how lovely and compact it was and how I wasn't bumping and knocking all of the stands

    If it's just for display look for a cheaper dupe. 3 grand is a lot of money for a decoration. But then I'm Scrouge McScrouge

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    It really is gorgeous but I would wait, buying it now will waste the warranty.
    I understand your excitement though, Prams are such an exciting purchase!
    I have a Joolz Geo which is an amazing pram, have a look at the Joolz if you decide to get something lighter. We also have a Nano for traveling and when I need to quickly run into the shops.


 

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