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30% off Selected JIVE³ Prams and Accessories: JIVE³ Single Pram (Indigo) $629.30 + Shipping @ RedsBaby

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A 30% of sale on RedsBaby JIVE³ Prams (single and double) in select colours (Indigo + Indigo frame, and Indigo + Truffle frame)

JIVE³ Pram Single: $629.30 (normally $899)
JIVE³ Pram Double: $769.30 (normally $1099)

The matching Nappy Bag is also on sale ($89.95, down from $129.95), as well as the accessories bundle ($80.85, down from $161.70). This bundle already comes with the prams.

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    Having had the Redsbaby metro, then "upgrading" to the tandem Uppababy Vista, I have to say that they are both in the same tier of prams. They both do different things well, but we certainly miss features of the redsbaby that aren't in the Uppababy. Great pram and way better value than the Vista

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      Good to hear. We were eyeing the Jive prams, and spoke to some people we met who recommended them. So this price drop was enough to convince us, I've just placed an order.

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      Yeah you soon learn about prams that there isn't a one size fits all, it's about finding the trade offs for what suits your needs. We bought the Jive 2 as our first pram, it's a good pram and at this price point would recommend. We ended up selling it for 2 main reasons. Firstly it's a great pram for the shops, for smooth footpaths etc but it's not great for off road type use, it has small wheels and little shock absorption so need to take bumps very carefully. We ended up purchasing a baby jogger city elite 2 as the all terrain pram as it was better for our use case.

      The other reason was we purchased the double version of the Jive 2, our children were born pretty close together (18 months age gap), our oldest didn't at all enjoy being down the bottom seat as it blocks all their front on view, the clearance to the top seat is quite minimal and unless you want to remove the top seat each time it's a bit tedious getting a toddler in through the side. We ended up purchasing a 2nd hand mountain buggy side by side pram and all though it's bulky we prefer it for 2 kids.

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    In case anyone is unfamiliar with this brand: https://youtu.be/RrZlWw8Di10

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    Had RedsBaby on my watch list for months. Thanks OP!

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    Definitely don't regret our Redsbaby. Not many prams you can start one handed while holding a crying baby in the other.

    If you life in hotter climates I recommend the airflow kits too.

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    So, we are expecting our first baby (another way of saying we don't know what we want/need).
    But we expect the pram to be used on reasonably rough terrain. Judging by the feedback on Jive 2, it's not the most suitable for rough terrains due to poor suspension.
    Any feedback on Jive 3 in this regard?

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      We have the previous jive and have taken it over rough terrain (gravel trail near our house) many times and the pram itself is fine. Wheels still turn perfectly smoothly and all. You can feel the bumpiness but it usually just helped get baby to sleep. I guess it depends how rough you're talking in terms of terrain. If it's off road a lot of the time then maybe something with suspension would be better suited, but if it's just the odd grassy or gravel path then you'd be fine.

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        Thank you for the feedback. I guess we have to try a few (baby bunting may be?) and then decide.

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          It's really hard to know what you want till you try it. Play around with it, and simulate what it would be like to put a child in and out etc. We find that the vista has wayyy better suspension that the metro. (Pretty sure the metro and jive have the same suspension).

          Happy to answer more q's through DM if you'd like :) Although I can only offer information i've gathered through either personal experience or the research I did when choosing one.

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          Thank you very much. Will play around with a couple of them first and then DM you if there are any questions. Personal expereince in real world really does help!

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    has anyone compared the current models to babybee?

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      The design of the basket on the babybee is silly. Watch your stuff roll out of the basket when going downhill.