three wheels or four?

3- Wheelers

    -Usually easy to manoeuvre, less bumpy ride

   -Can be bulkier and heavier


   - Usually more compact, stable

   - Can be bumpier, not as good for rough terrain


type of pram

Full size- These are usually suitable from birth upwards and come with all the extra features. Can often be converted to a double.

Jogger- Great for rough terrain, and, as the name suggests, jogging.

Twin- Prams made to hold two babies/children at once.

Compact/ Stroller- Smaller, usually four wheelers which are good for city life.

Travel system - Used for attaching your car capsule to your pram for easy transfers. Usually suitable from birth to approx 6 months


lifestyle factors

Our best tip is to consider your lifestyle, where do you live and where do you spend most of your time?

- Is boot space an issue, or do you catch a lot of public transport? If so a more compact model may be best for you.

-Do you spend a lot of time outdoors, on rougher terrains? Then a three wheeler or a jogger may be the way to go.

-Are you planning on having more children soon? Then you may want to choose a pram that can later convert to a double.

 With these things in mind, have look at our different pram categories. We are always more than happy to answer any questions you might have via any of our contact methods



This is a tricky one, as there can be a wide range of price points for a pram.

Only you know what your budget is, and there are usually options within this.

However, having a good pram is a great investment, especially since it is one of the most used baby items and can last for years.

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