By Lorayne Godet. Baby Pram. Published at Saturday, March 03rd, 2018 - 16:16:57 PM.
The weight - The weight of your pram is determined by a number of parts including the frame and the tires. Remember you will be pushing it around with your baby and other effects onboard hence you should select a pram size you can easily handle. Heavy prams can prove challenging especially when pushing up steps or when removing and storing in your car boot. You want to get a pram that has quality parts but without making them too cumbersome for you to maneuver.
Machine washable fabric. The fabric that comes with the pram is also very important. You want something that is machine washable so that you don't add unnecessary workload to your already super busy schedule as a parent. The process should be as simple as removing the fabric, throwing them into the washing machine, letting them dry, and then refitting them again on the pram.
On the same point it is worth thinking about the brakes on the pram. If the pram is loaded down with shopping and the brakes are not adequate for the weight and design of the pram, it will cause the pram to roll if on an incline. Some prams have brakes you stamp on at the back or side and others are done by clicking a hand brake by the handles.
If you will be putting the pram in a car, you will definitely want to measure the size of the pram when folded to make sure it fits into your boot. If you are going to be using public transport, you need to think about the size and portability of your pram. There is very limited storage space on trains & buses. You wouldn't want a pram that is too heavy and/or complicated to fold & unfold.
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