The base of the pram. This includes any baskets, adaptors, frames and wheels needed to get started. Most of the time these also include a seat unit and the fabrics to set up the prams right away, but it is important to check as some brands have these separate. Make sure to check our descriptions to show you exactly what you get in your box!
The Carrycot is the moses basket shaped part of a pram, comes equipped with a handle to be carried easily and clicks onto the pram for your newborn baby to be able to sleep easily when you are out and about. The seat or pushchair unit is usually used later when the carrycot is no longer needed. It allows for baby to sit comfortably while on the pram, it usually is able to be used with the child being able to see either the parent (parent-facing) or the world (world-facing).
From the very moment your baby leaves hospital right up until they reach 135cm or under 12 years old, they will need to travel in a car seat for every journey. Obviously using a child car seat is the best way to keep your child safe in the event of an accident, but it’s also a legal requirement.