Before we enter the primary topic of this article let us first explain to the readers what a baby pram actually is. Baby prams are devices used for transporting babies or infants from one place to another. In the United Kingdom, this mode of transportation for babies is normally referred to only as prams; however, in the United States, people often refer to them as strollers or buggies.
The market currently houses baby prams of a wide range of designs; you will get pieces meant for infants of different ages, genders etc. There are prams that will need you to place your baby facing the pusher and there are also prams where you will have to place the infant away from the pusher. However, most other aspects of the design of a pram remain constant. The section below will tell you about those.
Wheels: Every pram you will come across in a store will have wheels. The number of wheels however might differ from one pram model to another. How many wheels the pram you have bought contains decides how the transport will move when pushed. There are prams designed particularly keeping in mind the needs of parents who take their babies with them when going for a jog. These prams usually possess three wheels and are known for their high speed and stability. Make sure the pram you are purchasing for your little one is of high quality; wheels made from cheap material might make the ride uncomfortable for your baby.
Seats: It's obvious that the seat of the pram is the area where your baby will sit or lie. Mostly parents of infants look for prams that have just one seat. However, the market also has prams that have enough space for accommodating two babies. These special prams are meant for parents of twins or for people who need to look after two babies. Two-seater baby prams can be of two types; devices where you will need to place the little ones side-by-side and devices where one baby will sit in another's front.
Straps: They are meant for keeping your baby in place so that he or she doesn't suffer any injury. You must purchase a pram with adjustable straps; this will ensure that you will not need to buy a new pram when your baby grows bigger. Having straps in the pram is also important if your baby has become a toddler; they will stop your little one from coming out of the pram when you are away.
Storage: You should always purchase a pram with storage space; this will allow you to carry items like your baby food and clothes with you when travelling with your little one. Some manufacturers are even making prams with detachable storage areas; if you purchase one such pram, you will be allowed to carry the storage areas with you even when you are not with the pram. The storage space usually includes a tray which is positioned at the pram's base.