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There's a bamboozling array of pushchairs for babies and you don't want to spend the next two years wishing you had a different one! Here are some of the key features to look for when choosing your pushchair:-
Prices vary enormously - our advice is to decide on the model you want to buy, and then use Google Product Search to find the cheapest supplier. Don't forget to add on delivery costs when comparing. You'll save a small fortune buying baby equipment if you use comparison shopping sites online!
There's generally nothing wrong with picking up a pushchair second hand, or buying from eBay or any other 'Used' market. However, you should avoid buying second hand travel systems because you don't know the history of the car seat element - if it has ever been involved in an accident then it may have been weakened making it potentially dangerous.
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