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Old Jan 10th, 2018, 10:58 AM   21
Gretaa
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We chose Nuna Mixx suited 3in1 for this baby. Had a classic chassis/silver cross type of pram with my first and it was such a pain - gorgeous but impossible to manoeuvre in the city. Nuna looked good, felt good and sturdy and most importantly it's easy to push. We'll see



 
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Old Jan 14th, 2018, 12:54 PM   22
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We'll be getting the Mothercare Journey in Khaki. I went through so many different pram types with DD1 - think I went through 8in total, from Oyster, Quinny, Cosatto, Out-and-about...in the end I stuck with a Mothercare my4 someone had given me to try out, until DD wanted to walk everywhere (just before she turned 2), and then I swapped to a Maclaren Quest umbrella stroller.
DH and I went and took the Journey for a spin in Mothercare and compared it to every other pram there. It won hands down with chassis weight, how small it collapsed, what was included in the bundle, and the price. Plus the Khaki colour is gorgeous!



 
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