Discussion in 'Parenting' started by WesJones87, Aug 21, 2009.
Sophie has seen one for £710 but I thought that was too much. Apparently it's not so who's right?
What is a pram, and how much is that in American dollars?
That is a heck of a lot to pay for a pram but if she has that to spare then fair enough. I don't know how much they are but I wouldn't expect to pay more than £100 for a decent one. Maybe I am wrong?
Apparently wrong. I do think it's a lot of money, but what the lady wants, the lady gets.
Are you talking about a real pram or a travel style pushchair?.
I got a travel system for my boy, the car seat attached to the buggy which made things alot easier.
That does seem like a lot of cash in my mind though Wes, you can get a decent travel system for half that, leaving the rest to spend on clothes and such.
Another thing to consider is what age what ever you choose caters for, I have friends who spent that kind of money and the kid grew of out of it in just over a year.
The one I got for the boy was a shade under 295 and lasted for two years.
£710 is a very lot for a pram.
Expect to pay £60-£400 dependent on features and quality. Unless you have cash to burn then the £300 you could save could probably be a lot better spent.
Wow that's really expensive.
I think the max for reasonable price for me would be about 200.
Also, like Wolfheart said, they tend to outgrow them fast and they can become unusable rapidly.
wtf is a pram? c'mon, man, speak american!
For those who struggle with the English language.
It really depends upon what you want in your pram (Stroller, as we call them). You can get an umbrella-style for not that much money...
Or, if you want to get something more involved, you can do that as well.
I'm not totally fluent in £ to $ speak, but that does seem like a lot. But hey, do what works.
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