Quote Originally Posted by cptwhite_uk View Post
There's buggy/cots, which are more for new borns, beds on wheels basically. The 3-in-1 system are basically these, but with a car seat which can also fix to the frame. Then there's more light weight strollers / prams, suitable for carrying by hand, and taking on hoiday. While the buggy/cot type do fold down, they aren't really practical for taking places as they're much more cumbersome. The strollers are good when you need something light weight. We had a Mountain Buggy and is was worth it's weight in gold, very light and compacted down into a square shape, as opposed to collapsing sideways into a long / thin shape. Made it very compact and easy to carry with the carry handle. Strollers are as cheap as £25-30 new, but the Mountain Buggy Nano is about £150. If you can afford it, it's worth the extra cost as you'll use it for a good 2 or 3 years.

Thanks for the tip on this. Someone locally is selling one of these 2nd hand so we've just put in an offer. It does look like a great travel option. Inflation has obviously kicked in as they're about £200+ new, which is still rather competitive vs a lot of buggies that are £700-1000.