Pram`s and Pushchair`s

SaintBaby pram sets simply offer more and adapt completely to your needs. With us you decide which equipment you really want and need. You have the choice of 2 in 1 without infant carrier, 3 in 1 with infant carrier or the 4 in 1 set with Isofix base for your car. Our specialist advisors will be happy to help you find the pushchair that will inspire you. We will also be happy to advise you on the different designs such as combination prams, retro prams and modular prams and their respective advantages.

Modular prams

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combination Pushchair

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Retro pram

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Buy prams at Saintbaby

Welcome to our online shop. Here you will find a large selection of prams and other products for your offspring. With us you can discover and buy five different types of prams. As a manufacturer, we work closely with parents. With us, there are sophisticated features that are precisely adapted to the needs of families. Introducing:

  • The modular pram: this type of pram is the most common design. The exchangeable attachments make the pushchair particularly light. The swivelling tyres provide the necessary manoeuvrability.

  • The combination pram: This pram category has such a good price-performance ratio, as is otherwise only the case with second-hand prams. However, you don't have to sacrifice safety for your baby and you have the full guarantee period. All prams of this type are of course produced according to DIN EN 1888.

  • The retro pram: if you are looking for the charm of the past combined with the latest technology, then you are in the right place with our retro prams. Our nostalgic prams are high quality and durable. Of course, they also all have DIN EN 1888. We never skimp on safety

  • The twin pushchair: Sibling pushchairs are essential for parents who are travelling with both children at the same time. The focus here is on easy manoeuvring and maximum comfort and safety.

  • The buggy: In comparison, the children's buggies are cheaper, it is also light & compact, has a small folding size and is particularly suitable for toddlers who have already learned to sit. Children love to sit in the comfortable & safe buggy on long trips.

Buying a pram - Tips & Tricks

1) Why buy a pram?
There are many reasons why a pram is a good investment. Firstly, it is practical as it allows you to transport a baby comfortably. For another, it is also a safe way to protect your baby from the dangers of the road. However, when you decide to buy a pram, there are a few things you should consider. First of all, you need to know what type of pram there is. There are three main types of pram: the classic pram or also called modular system, the retro pram and the combi pram. It is also possible to use only a buggy. The classic pram is the most commonly purchased type and offers the most flexibility. 

  • The modular pram is characterised by its flexibility. You have a frame / chassis on which you attach the different attachments. First you use the lying surface or also called baby bath. As soon as your child can sit upright under its own power, you change the attachment and mount the sport seat. This way you get a fully-fledged buggy. The infant carrier is available as an option and can also be used on the frame of all SaintBaby pushchairs. All modular prams have swivel wheels at the front, which makes them particularly manoeuvrable.
  • Retro prams are identical in construction to the modular pram models. The difference here lies in 2 important points. The large fixed wheels require that 2 wheels must always be in the air when turning. You can either lean on the push handle or lift the handle. The second important point is the frame. Due to its design, it is still relatively large even when folded. With retro prams, you should therefore always check whether there is enough space in your boot.
  • Combination prams are more of a minimalist and particularly inexpensive solution. They have models with swivelling or fixed wheels. With combination prams you do not have individual attachments, but can transform the pram into a buggy in a few easy steps.
  • The buggy is not only inexpensive, but can also be folded to save space. If, for example, you only use a baby sling at the beginning, then a buggy can also be sufficient.
  • Of course, there are also twin or sibling prams, these are technically basically the same as modular prams, with the difference that they are designed for 2 children.

It is therefore worth considering carefully which of these 3 designs best suits your needs.

2) When should you buy a pram?
Pregnancy is an exciting time when many changes take place. One of the first things you buy is usually a pram. But when is the right time to buy one? Many parents think as soon as they know they are pregnant or shortly after the baby is born. But that's not quite true. You should only buy a pram when you know where and how often you want to use it. For example, if you travel a lot or go for long walks, a different model is needed than for parents who want to use the pram rather infrequently. Especially if you prefer colours like blue or pink, you should only buy here when the doctor is quite sure about the gender of your child. Especially at the beginning of pregnancy, even a good doctor can be mistaken here. As prams usually have a delivery time of about 2 weeks, we advise you to buy between the 6th and 7th month of pregnancy. Especially if the birth is a little earlier, you will be happy if everything is already at home. This gives you enough time to familiarise yourself with the use of the pram.

3) Which pram should you buy?
When you have a baby, most parents ask themselves at some point: "Which pram should I buy? There are a few points to consider before deciding on a particular pram. First of all, it is important to know what type of pram you want. The modular pram, the retro pram or the combi pram? Depending on what you choose, the prices will also differ. You should also bear in mind that a pram has to be transported at some point and should therefore fit into your own boot when folded. Of course, the style factor should not be neglected, and there are now many popular trends. However, if you don't want or don't want to afford an expensive pram, you can confidently go for a cheaper model - the main thing is that the baby is transported well and, above all, safely! All SaintBaby prams comply with DIN EN 1888, and for us, safety is not dependent on price. The first pram is one of the most important purchases for parents. However, because this expense is not necessarily a regular one, many fall into the trap of taking advice from friends or acquaintances and buying the wrong model. It is so important to know for yourself which pram you want to buy and which criteria are really decisive. Only in this way can you be sure that you will have no regrets later on and that the pram will fit you perfectly.

4) How much should you spend on a pram?
Prams are an investment and should therefore be chosen carefully. Many parents spend more money than they should because they don't know what to buy. We have some tips to help you find the right pram and save money in the process. Choose a model that suits your needs: Think about what functions you want the pram to have. Do you only need it for short walks or for long trips? Make sure that the pram is easy to steer and fits well in your car. Do you often travel by car? Then an Isofix system may be worthwhile. If you rarely use the car, a baby car seat is usually sufficient. If you live in the city and never use a car, then the 2in1 pushchair or a buggy is the cheapest choice. Set your budget: Before you start shopping, set a budget. Choose the pram that suits you best. 

5) Alternatives to the classic pram set
Of course, there are other configurations that can fit your life. Parents who rarely travel by car can save money by choosing a 2in1 pram and buying a car seat from 0-36 kg. The infant carrier is usually used until the child is 6 months old. After this time, a car seat up to 36 kg is usually purchased. It can make sense to do without the infant carrier and buy a car seat that grows with the child. Our expert advisors can tell you about all the different options and also show you the disadvantages and advantages. A baby that is always carried at the beginning usually does not need a pram. In this case, a buggy can be the right choice. It is therefore important to consider your own needs, because the pram will accompany you for years and should make your everyday life easier.

6) Conclusion
As there is now such a wide range of prams to choose from, the decision is not always easy. Nevertheless, you should inform yourself carefully before buying and consider what your requirements are. This is the only way to find the perfect pram for your child. It is not important what others recommend, what is important is what fits your own needs. If you are unsure or have any questions, our expert advisors are available 365 days a year.