I bought the Mamas and Papas skate pram in Indigo Denim as I LOVE the bright colours and thought it would be suitable for a boy or a girl. I also wanted a lie-flat pram that was parent facing but could be used as a travel system and would last until toddler age.
This pram ticked all the boxes for me and is so versitile. My newborn son looks so snuggle and warm inside and there's loads of room for him to grow. Once he's older i can change the seat unit to forward facing so he can see whats going on but wont have a chunky carrycot to store as the seat part converts easily from lie-down to upright.
I love how many options there are including tilting and raising the seat unit higher and raising the handle ( a feature my 6' 2" partner likes).
The only negative is that this pram is quite large and heavy and I would imagine quite difficult to use on public transport.
This black and grey bassinet clips in to the mamas and papas urbo pram. It retails at over $190. This bassinet with cover was an absolute godsend for