I've just bought a mamas an papas glide it's abit like the zoom and I love it!! Mine is all black with a carry cot- nice small ish size, slim pushchair and car seat all with bag footmuff parasol for 500 ish.
It's gorgeous I love it! Thers new colours comin out nxt week in it too - have a look
I'll try post some pics xxx
I've got a p&t sport from when I had my son and a graco citylight (think thats what its called had it since my first!) But I've also built my own bugaboo from parts on ebay and have spent less than £200 on it ....................yes I have a spot of the old pramholic about me too I'm gonna get a buggy board as well for my 3yr old that can refuse to walk sometimes. Thing is with one at school fulltime but is disabled, a preschooler and a newborn I dont think one pram would meet all my needs .................thats what I'm telling myself!
We went to mothercare last night and fell in love with the babystyle oyster travel system....we aren't finding out the sex so I love the idea of this pram as you can add a colour pack which we will do when baby is here. They have a wide range of colours too. It's way over our budget though so we are going to save all our pennies as this pram is just perfect x
I've been through various prams including a Pliko P3. I bought a Hauck Infinity Bugaboo lookalike for my last child as just couldn't justify the price of the real Bugaboo (thought she was my last lol). I still have that for trips to the park.
In my experience babies grow so fast and most of my friends all buy buggies by the time baby is 6-9mths old. I love my Maclaren Quest as it's light and nifty around shops. It's really old so this time I have bought the new Maclaren Quest for £118 (it was on offer) from Boots. The best bit about it is that it is suitable from birth .
I intend to buy a sling and also use my Quinny Zapp chassis with the Maxi Cosi car seat for short runs when baby is sleeping and I'm dropping kids off to classes.
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