Recommend me a pram!

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  1. sarah0108

    sarah0108 Well-Known Member

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    a rearfacing one, that folds up small and could possibley be used on a plane :blush: not girly ;)

    Also, could do with it being buggy board adaptable. I need a buggy board for H so it will need to fit
    TIA!
     
  2. sarah0108

    sarah0108 Well-Known Member

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    bump? pleeeease :rofl:
     
  3. Mumof42009

    Mumof42009 Mum Of 4 Preemie's

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    I've got a quinny zapp xtra, I took it away on hols. Folds up small and rear faces x
     
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    sarah0108 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks hun! Im loving the M&P sola aswell x
     
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    sarah0108 Well-Known Member

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    updated first post
     
  6. KiansMummy

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    Yeah i was going to suggest the M+P sola, i want to swap my quinny buzz for one, they look lovely, or what about the oyster?xx
     
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    sarah0108 Well-Known Member

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    i like the oyster too! Does that fold smallish though? x
     
  8. New2Bumps

    New2Bumps Mummy to 2 gorgeous boys

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    I have the oyster it's fantastic can't fault it, but I wouldn't say it folds up 'small'. It does fold compact though only takes up one side of the boot. If it is rearfacing though, it is very long when folded so you'd have to turn it to forward face then fold (which isn't major but still).
     
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    we have a quicksmart it flods so small and light its fits in its own bag on your shoulder we use it in the back of our bmw as the stokke doesnt fit not sure if it has a buggy boardp://www.quicksmartbaby.com/back-pack-stroller/
     
  10. KiansMummy

    KiansMummy Guest

    Or how about an icandy cherry?x
     
  11. sarah0108

    sarah0108 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for all your suggestions :happydance:
     
  12. louandivy

    louandivy Well-Known Member

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    I recommend the Phil&Teds Smart Buggy. Its reaaally light, looks nice and folds up small. You can buy an adaptor to make it rear-facing, I love mine :)
     
  13. MrsBandEgglet

    MrsBandEgglet Mummy to 3, expecting #4

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    I have a baby jogger city select which is a fab double and is buggyboard compatible. The chassis folds small but the seat units aren't all that compact. I also have a Quinny Zapp xtra and I love it!! Used it for the first time today and it's so light it's barely there. I wanna use it all the time but I won't get the opportunity :nope: I also had an Oyster before and I would defo recommend that; it's a great pram :thumbup: Heard good things about the Sola too and it is absolutely gorgeous!!!
     
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    sarah0108 Well-Known Member

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    ^^Thanks hun!
     
  15. Charl

    Charl Proud mummy to Alfie

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    we've got the M&P zoom, it's not exactly the smallest when folded but it is soo light and quick and easy to fold up and move around and it's compatable with the maxi cosi car seats as well. I love it I definately made the right decision choosing this one. I would definately say that there is more than enough room for a board at the back as well.

    xx
     

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