Product Type: Mamas and Papas prams, pushchairs and strollers
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Member Name: xjenniex2008
Mamas & Papas Ultima 3 in 1 with MPX chassis
Advantages: Has a carrycot which baby can sleep in overnight
I acually have the Ultima 8 in 1 but the only things I have extra to the 3 in 1 is a car seat and a surefix stand.
When we started looking at prams I knew i wanted one to look like a proper pram. I didnt want a 3 wheeler or one of these that looks like a hairdressers tool trolley. And I knew I wanted M&P I am a big fan of their products.
Originally we decided on the Pliko pramette, and then we saw this. The carrycot won me over I loved the way it looked on the chassis and thought it looked lovely and cosy for a newborn baby being born in december. So we ordered it in Balmain which is a really lovely fabric.
Our first trip out with the pram was when our daughter was 4 days old, we went to tesco. We had to take the carrycot off the chasis to get it in the car, we drive a vectra, which we were a bit annoyed with. After doing this everytime we went out however we got used to it and I was thankful I hadn't chosen the Xcel chassis.
She's 8 months now and is in the forward facing part of the pram whic his great, but I prefer the carrycot part.
I have since bought a lightweight pushchair (the M&P Nipi) for our holidays and use this more than the Ultima.
Summary: A proper pram