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    Kylie is offline Registered User
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    Jan 2006
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    I am wondering If there is much in Hong Kong in the way of baby gear and furniture. Is it advisable to get my pram and things before we move over?

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    aprilbaby is offline Registered User
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    Nov 2005
    hi kylie

    Bumps to Babes in Horizon plaza (ap lei chau) has a great range of furniture and pushchairs can order mamas and papas baby gear which gets send over (UK company). This works out the same price GBP. Have a look on, they have some fabulous gear. I made the mistake of taking back loads of stuff including a pushchair from the UK after xmas.

    Good luck in your search.

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    Pokfulam, Hong Kong

    It will probably be cheaper to bring things over with you, but bear in mind HK flats are smaller and some furniture may not fit . Also when selecting a pushchair, look for something thats lightweight (less than 5kgs), and you can easily manage on yr own. Folds easily with one hand very important too!
    Last edited by rani; 01-12-2006 at 03:03 PM.
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    Nuckle75 is offline Registered User
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    Hi Kylie, I'm a Kiwi and we compared the prices between HK and NZ and didn't really notice a huge difference. There are loads of places for you to buy everything you need here. I agree with Rani on the stroller - definitely go lightweight. I got a Valco and it's impossible to load that on buses or negotiate a skinny supermarket aisle!

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    mandz is offline Registered User
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    I have a 6mth old here in HK and my only advice is when purchasing a pram get one that is really easy to put up/down with one hand, there are heaps of steps in HK and if you are planning on using public transport alot a stiff complicated pram will drive you crazy. (speaking from experience) Good luck for the birth

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