007 £2000 Pram

  Ex plorer 28 Feb 13
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I wouldn't want to put a baby in £2000 pram, the chances of it getting stolen must be high and the safety of your baby must be more at risk. £2000 pram

  chub_tor 28 Feb 13

As it is being built by Aston Martin perhaps they can find room for a small batter and a Tracker

  Bing.alau 28 Feb 13

For baby cricketers perhaps?

  Quickbeam 28 Feb 13

Will it have the wheel spikes and bulletproof shield?

  Quickbeam 28 Feb 13

...and the ejector seat function could be quite welcome with a really annoying brat!

  Forum Editor 28 Feb 13
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A family friend writes for The Times, and she reviewed this pram in yesterday's edition. She wasn't that impressed.

  chub_tor 28 Feb 13

Bing.alau not only did I drop the y it seems I dropped the ball as well!

  wiz-king 28 Feb 13

Does this go with the Norland nannies new training?

  Aitchbee 28 Feb 13

I get a good opportunity to review 'babyloads' of prams 'n' buggies, when travelling on the bus [almost everyday]. Most bus drivers allow 2 prams on the lower deck ... I like 'making faces' at the tiny-tots ... it keeps 'em 'n' me amused ... and the young mothers always smile too :o]

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