Hi, me again! In the end we bought a Chicco Goody Plus for our trips to town (to go along with our Hauck Runner 2 for off road rural use) as we got it for a good price and I like that the Goody seat is fairly upright as a bonus too. However while the Goody is brilliant for frequent use on smooth pavements and small folding for easy transport, I personally find it a bit weak feeling even on short grass parkland or less smooth paths so it isn’t as ideal for mixed holiday use as I’d hoped. So we are now looking to perhaps get something in the middle, pram wise - not as large and all terrain as the Runner (which takes up too much car space to use for more than day trips) but something a bit sturdier / bigger than the Goody that we can still travel with.
What do you think of the Oyster Zero Gravity? I’m in the UK so it should be easy to get hold of, it looks reasonably compact/easy fold to put in the car boot, and seems to have larger/thicker wheels (than the Goody) for some off pavement use. Or do you think it is still too small to manage this?
What would you suggest for more medium size but still fairly compact folding pram that can handle terrain other than pavements? (with the bonus of both a completely lie flat seat for sleeping and a fairly upright position seat if possible too!) I looked at the Thule Spring as well but it doesn’t lie flat unfortunately.
Thanks for your help again!