Combi pram

What is a combi pram?

When you are pregnant for the first time, it can be difficult to find your way through the maze of prams and pram concepts.

When you are pregnant with your first child, you will need a pram that you can use from birth. This means that you will need at least a carrycot and a frame. The term kombi pram is then just around the corner. This means that a seat unit is also included in the delivery, so you can use the pushchair up to around 4 years of age.

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Combi pram - pram from birth to around 4 years of age

What is a combi pram?

When you are pregnant for the first time, it can be difficult to find your way through the maze of prams and pram concepts.

When you are pregnant with your first child, you will need a pram that you can use from birth. This means that you will need at least a carrycot and a frame. The term kombi pram is then just around the corner. This means that a seat unit is also included in the delivery, so you can use the pushchair up to around 4 years of age.

What prams are there?

There is something for everyone. Which pushchair is best for you will depend on your lifestyle. You can ask yourself the following questions to help you choose a pram:

Am I sporty?

Where do I like to walk?

Do I live in the city or in the country?

Do I want a pram with 3 or 4 wheels?

Are pneumatic or foam tyres better?

I am a sporty person, which pram do I need?

If you want to continue playing sports after you are pregnant and with your baby, a sports pram is the right choice for you. Then a sporty pram is a must for you. Examples are the Thule Urban Glide, Thule Glide Jet, Mountain Buggy Urban Jungle and the Mountain Buggy All Terrain prams. These are named jogger prams, which however can be used with a carrycot from birth and are therefore also combi prams.

Where do I like to walk?

Do you like to walk with your baby in the forest, on the beach or on uneven terrain? Then a pram with larger profile wheels is recommended. For even more cushioning, you can buy a pram with pneumatic tyres. A pushchair with 4 wheels is also very suitable if the ground you are walking on is uneven. Almost all 4-wheeled kombi prams have the option of fixing the front wheels.

Do I live in the city or in the country?

If you live in the city and perhaps use public transport a lot, a compact and lightweight kombi pushchair with smaller wheels is probably the perfect pram for you. Think of the Bugaboo Bee6, Joolz Aer, BabyZen YoYo+ or the Cybex Mios combi pram. With the matching carrycot, you can use these compact and lightweight prams from birth to around 4 years.

If you live in the countryside, a pram with large wheels is recommended. This will increase the comfort of your baby lying down and riding in it. The perfect pram for this is a Bugaboo Fox2, Thule Sleek, Cybex Priam, ABC Design Salsa or Moon Nuova.

Do I want a pram with 3 or 4 wheels?

That depends on your personal preferences. A 3-wheeled pram is more manoeuvrable and perfect for sporty people. A 4-wheeled pushchair is more stable than a 3-wheeled one.

Are pneumatic tyres or foam tyres better?

Each type of tyre has its advantages. The advantage of foam tyres is that they cannot break or puncture, so you have a long life. Pneumatic tyres offer more cushioning on uneven terrain. If you are sporty and like to jog with your child, it is advisable to buy a pram with pneumatic tyres.

Will my car seat fit on the frame of the pushchair?

This depends on which car seat you have for your baby. The baby car seats of Cybex, Maxi Cosi and Swandoo fit, with the right adapter, on almost every pram frame. The advantage of attaching a car seat to the frame of your pushchair is that you do not have to remove your child from the car seat when it is sleeping in the car, for example. With a simple movement and without much effort, you can click the car seat onto the frame. Another advantage is that you do not always have to take the carrycot with you and you save a lot of space in the car.

 

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Combi pram

Combi pram - pram from birth to around 4 years of age

What is a combi pram?

When you are pregnant for the first time, it can be difficult to find your way through the maze of prams and pram concepts.

When you are pregnant with your first child, you will need a pram that you can use from birth. This means that you will need at least a carrycot and a frame. The term kombi pram is then just around the corner. This means that a seat unit is also included in the delivery, so you can use the pushchair up to around 4 years of age.

What prams are there?

There is something for everyone. Which pushchair is best for you will depend on your lifestyle. You can ask yourself the following questions to help you choose a pram:

Am I sporty?

Where do I like to walk?

Do I live in the city or in the country?

Do I want a pram with 3 or 4 wheels?

Are pneumatic or foam tyres better?

I am a sporty person, which pram do I need?

If you want to continue playing sports after you are pregnant and with your baby, a sports pram is the right choice for you. Then a sporty pram is a must for you. Examples are the Thule Urban Glide, Thule Glide Jet, Mountain Buggy Urban Jungle and the Mountain Buggy All Terrain prams. These are named jogger prams, which however can be used with a carrycot from birth and are therefore also combi prams.

Where do I like to walk?

Do you like to walk with your baby in the forest, on the beach or on uneven terrain? Then a pram with larger profile wheels is recommended. For even more cushioning, you can buy a pram with pneumatic tyres. A pushchair with 4 wheels is also very suitable if the ground you are walking on is uneven. Almost all 4-wheeled kombi prams have the option of fixing the front wheels.

Do I live in the city or in the country?

If you live in the city and perhaps use public transport a lot, a compact and lightweight kombi pushchair with smaller wheels is probably the perfect pram for you. Think of the Bugaboo Bee6, Joolz Aer, BabyZen YoYo+ or the Cybex Mios combi pram. With the matching carrycot, you can use these compact and lightweight prams from birth to around 4 years.

If you live in the countryside, a pram with large wheels is recommended. This will increase the comfort of your baby lying down and riding in it. The perfect pram for this is a Bugaboo Fox2, Thule Sleek, Cybex Priam, ABC Design Salsa or Moon Nuova.

Do I want a pram with 3 or 4 wheels?

That depends on your personal preferences. A 3-wheeled pram is more manoeuvrable and perfect for sporty people. A 4-wheeled pushchair is more stable than a 3-wheeled one.

Are pneumatic tyres or foam tyres better?

Each type of tyre has its advantages. The advantage of foam tyres is that they cannot break or puncture, so you have a long life. Pneumatic tyres offer more cushioning on uneven terrain. If you are sporty and like to jog with your child, it is advisable to buy a pram with pneumatic tyres.

Will my car seat fit on the frame of the pushchair?

This depends on which car seat you have for your baby. The baby car seats of Cybex, Maxi Cosi and Swandoo fit, with the right adapter, on almost every pram frame. The advantage of attaching a car seat to the frame of your pushchair is that you do not have to remove your child from the car seat when it is sleeping in the car, for example. With a simple movement and without much effort, you can click the car seat onto the frame. Another advantage is that you do not always have to take the carrycot with you and you save a lot of space in the car.

 

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