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    Default Tell me about your stroller, help me to decide

    So I'm after a stroller and I'm getting myself so confused it's not funny (actually it is lol)

    I currently have the strider plus and now I just want something smaller and light weight.

    So what would you recommend for me?

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    i love my baby jogger city mini i sold my strider plus and brought a city mini in double and single so much lighter and easier to fold,push and carry

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    What do you want it for and what is your budget? Do you want child to be able to face you?

    I have the mac vogue and BJCM. Both are good. BJCM may be a bit 'better' but it also depends on your car and what you want it for and how old your child is

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    Ooh! Subscribing! I'm trying to decide too, but I'm leaning towards the Baby Jogger City Mini - checked it out and I love how it folds!

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    We're after something small & light too. Have been looking at the baby jogger city mini & some of the prams in the Combi range but not sure yet.


    My little munchkin due May 2012! So to keep me busy till then, I'm learning how to use my iPhone.

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    I layby'd a Baby Jogger City Mini yesterday. A purple and grey one that was on special for $379! Bargain!

    We currently have a City Micro for DD but it doesn't fold to newborn position so we are selling it and will use the mini.

    Two things I love about the mini are the extended sun cover and the lightness/compactness of it. I will be having a c-section with this bubs and DH can only have a week off work so the lightness of the Mini means that I will be able to lift it in and out of the car while I am still recovering from surgery.

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    Thanks ladies there is so much to think about I'll have a look at the ones suggested.

    To be honest I'm not too sure about what I'm after in a stroller, the only two things that I have found with the strider is it is bulky (but loved it when DS was 0-7mths), he's a big boy now at 9mths he is around 10 1/2 kg heading to 11kgs and the weight of the strider (13kg).

    I have just found the Quinny zap but now that I keep looking at it I'm not sure if I like it lol.

    I have had a look at BB yesterday and a lot of the strollers seem so flimsy and not so robust like the strider so I think that's why I have a hard time deciding.

    I only want to pay $300 max too but could stretch a little more

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    Quote Originally Posted by zephani View Post
    I layby'd a Baby Jogger City Mini yesterday. A purple and grey one that was on special for $379! Bargain!

    We currently have a City Micro for DD but it doesn't fold to newborn position so we are selling it and will use the mini.

    Two things I love about the mini are the extended sun cover and the lightness/compactness of it. I will be having a c-section with this bubs and DH can only have a week off work so the lightness of the Mini means that I will be able to lift it in and out of the car while I am still recovering from surgery.
    What shop did you get it from Zephani?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cluky79 View Post
    What shop did you get it from Zephani?
    Bubs Baby Store You can order from them online if you don't have one of the stores in your area.


 

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