Difference

The different between Baby pram and baby stroller

This is the Baby Pram and baby stroller from Quinny.

A “baby carriage” (in North American English), “pram” (in British English) or “carrycot” is generally used for newborn babies and have the infant lying down facing the pusher.

A “stroller” (North American English) or “push chair” or “buggy” (British English) has the child (generally up to three years old) in a sitting position, usually facing forwards, instead of facing the pusher.

(Sources from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baby_transport)

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