By Cheri Gallet. Baby Pram. Published at Tuesday, April 03rd, 2018 - 07:13:00 AM.
The design of the classic pram was a four-spoke-wheeled wooden carriage with a handle. The handle was in front of the baby. This way, the little princess in the pram could be admired & seen by all while walking. This came to be known as the classic-style baby carriage.
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.
So hopefully, by considering these questions, you will have a better idea on the pram you want to buy. It is a big decision, as you will be using the pram weekly (if not daily) for years to come. Make sure you do your research & make sure you shop around. There are plenty of good deals out there - don't just go for the first one you find!
Storage - The last thing you want is to be pushing a pram but at the same time being forced to carry an extra bag on your back or shoulders for the baby supplies that you need. Prams should come with roomy storage spaces that can easily accommodate supplies you need such as baby bag, toys, bottles and even a few shopping bags. You may not get ample space with lightweight prams since it can increase toppling risks. Choose a pram that can easily accommodate storage needs when you are out strolling with your child.
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