mutsy system

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what a wonerful idea. this is a great pram to push and will get people stopping you in the street.

firstly what is a mutsy, well you start off with the frame, this has articulated steering which basicly means you push in the direction you want to go and the rear wheels turn instead of the front. it takes a little while to get the hang of it but once you have you can glide around almost any obsticle. it also has an ajustable handle height to make it perfect for tall and short people.

the best part of this system is you only need purchase what you want, there is a carry cot which is great for a young baby it has lots of pockets for storing all your essentials. you can get a matching changing bag but on the carry cot alone i can fit my purse,phone,car keys and a nappy, small pack of baby wipes and a bib and bottle. there are also two car seats to make this a travel system the first is made by mutsy and lays flat so your baby can stay in it longer than two hours, the second is a maxi cosi and is good if you own more than one pram as it will also fit on to quinny,bugaboo and jane to

next is the seat unit which like the carry cot has many pockets. it comes with a matching hood and has an ajustable back rest and leg rest. it is forward/rearward facing and like all other parts it clips on in a second  and comes off as easy.

mutsy also make a double seat that fits on to the frame it is a tandem style and is ideal if you only want a single size pram but need two seats. there is also a fun seat which can be added when your child is older an it looks like  a bike with a parent handle it makes boring trips fun for your child and keeps them safe and happy while you are out

 it is one of the best prams ive had and ive had a lot, its ideal from birth upwards and from supermarkets to off roading took mine on a seven mile walk a few weeks back and it was so easy to push while my mum struggled with a three wheeler

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