A BABY STYLE OYSTER 2 TRAVEL SYSTEM
VALUED AT OVER R18 000!
PRAMS VS STROLLERS
The vexing question of “What is the difference between a pram and stroller?” is one that many a parent and parent-tobe has asked themselves over the years! Surely, both are words used to describe the same thing – something your push your baby around in? The fact is that there is indeed a difference between the two. After all, things have come a long way since the first perambulator (which is where the word pram comes from) was created in 1733, for the Duke of Devonshire to carry his children in.
Simply put, a pram is for babies who are small and need robust support through loads of padding and panelling, while also offering the option to lie completely flat. A stroller, on the other hand, is used for toddlers who need a little less support. Both solutions give the parent freedom and control, and a handy place to hang your handbag and store those extra nappies.
Whatever your needs are, be sure to check out a full range of baby products at www.babystylesa.co.za, where you can also buy new colour packs to update your existing travel system. One lucky winner will walk away with the Babystyle Oyster 2 Travel System, which includes the pram, carry cot and car seat in an exciting design, as well as a black changing bag and set of foot muffs. Choose between Humbug (shown), Navy Blue, Tomato, Lime, Black or grape – and between a black or mirror chassis.