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How to Buy Your First Pushchair

 The period before your firstborn’s arrival is one of excitement, pressure and apprehension, and a lot of your time will be taken up preparing everything you need. One essential most mothers agree is incredibly important is a high quality pushchair. However, finding the right pushchair for you and your child can be incredibly difficult. To help you through the challenges ahead, we’ve compiled this concise guide to what to look for in a new pushchair.

 Which type?

There are numerous models available on the market, so picking out the design that best suits your needs can take a lot of research. However, there are a few basic things to look out for. Firstly, how many children will it need to carry? You can now purchase pushchairs that have space allowances for three children, so it’s well worth thinking ahead. Secondly, would you prefer a forward or rear-facing pushchair? This will mainly come down to personal preference and how you would like your child to travel. Finally, many pushchairs now have the ability to change from upright buggies to flat-lying prams, so consider whether this would be useful or not.

Though brand isn’t the be all and end all when it comes to buying a pushchair, it can
make a difference. It’s often a better idea to go for an established brand that has a reputation for high quality design, production and safety standards. With this in mind, the Very.co.uk Mamas & Papas pushchair range will ensure you receive the quality you’ve paid for.


One of the most important considerations to take into account when buying a pushchair is the kind of lifestyle you lead. This will have a large impact on the way in which you use your pushchair, and the obstacles it will have to overcome.

If you live in the city and find yourself using a lot of public transport, it’s going to be a much better idea to buy a lightweight pushchair that’s easy to lift. On the other hand, if you live in a more rural setting, you may want to consider a buggy that is more durable and built for countryside conditions. 


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