By Ninette Vial. Baby Pram. Published at Tuesday, March 27th, 2018 - 13:30:09 PM.
Do you intend on your child using the pram from birth? If so, you need to make sure it is suitable. Usually prams like this can lie fully flat. Will your child be using the pram up to a toddler? If so, you will need to check the maximum weight.
Just as wheel sizes vary, the size of prams when open and closed vary enormously. Bulky three wheelers can be surprisingly lightweight, yet are cumbersome to store and wont fit easily in the back of a small car, if at all. Stroller type prams will usually collapse to what is called an umbrella fold. This is where they fold upon themselves and become very narrow and flat and generally fit in any type or size of car. Some fold even smaller and are designed for this purpose.
Five point harnesses are a must for a newborn baby particularly. Babies can easily fall out if going over bumpy terrain or you have encountered steps or a steep hill. They are five points as they secure between the babies legs, over the waist, then across each of the shoulders. It is always good practice to strap your child in at the start of the walk as you would if you were going by car.
The wheels. Finally, let's take a look at the wheels. When traveling, it's likely that you may need to negotiate sandy or icy terrain. Special wheels may be required for such terrain. Bugaboo Cameleon prams do come with 2 wheel positions for sand and snow. Always check with the vendor if you are unsure.
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