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    Default Pick Me!

    Oh, pick me! Without a car during the day, my two girls and I are left to venture out by ourselves. I have two lumps of children. A 10mth old weighing 10kgs and a almost 3 yo weighing 15kgs. My eldest asks to be carried because she can't walk all the way to Playgroup. It must be an interesting sight me pushing the stroller and carrying a massive 2 yo. If my tired strider would take the toddler board I'd be set.

    We go for walks everyday around the block to burn energy and keep me sane. I would definitely be using it everyday to give a great review.

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    With lots of interesting places to take our sone, we are wearing out the wheels on our current stroller, so timing could not be better for the opportunity to review your wonderful product. With shopping to do, blanket, milk, turtle and other goodies to carry the extra space in the Babe Care XLR Strollers would really come in handy. I think hanging shopping bags off the handles of our stroller contributed to the wheel wear, whoops!. Having sold many baby products in the past, we are no comers to reviewing.,Having worked with various suppliers and wholesalers in our time, we know how to put them through their paces and give an honest unbiased review.

    Thank you for inviting us to vy for one of the 4 strollers on offer.

    Liara, Brett & Tashi.

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    PICK ME! Our baby is Due in 3 weeks and we have not been able to afford a stroller yet. I do not have a car and would love the chance to test out a light weight pram on the train while we save up!

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    Pick me!! I would love to try out and review this stroller! I decided it wasn't worth spending all my money on a converter system stroller, and I want to be proven wrong!!! After looking at my friends strollers similar to this one, I want to try out one of these fab looking strollers for my 9mth old!! 😄😄😘

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    Please pick me!!! I'm hoping to have another baby soon and will be looking for a pram that has the toddler seat attachment and this seems to meet my requirements.

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    Dd and I would love to try this pram!

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    Pick us!

    We are ready to jump out of our current pram as little man is not so little anymore.

    We are a very busy family and as our little guy suffers from chronic lung disease and seizures he has no option but to ride in his pram on most outings so we avoid the mostly unavoidable but he diesnt mind

    Sent from my HTC Velocity 4G using BubHub

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    Pick me! would love to test this! Love doing reviews too i reguarly review products and am always adding new products i have used into the review section, so i already contribute often there as you can see from my reviews and the dates they have been done - this did remind me to add all the new products iv been using for ds2 so thanks I have a newborn and a toddler so would get a good test run here by different weights and heights. Both under 17kg! I use public transport through week and the car on weekends so would be an extensive review covering a lot of aspects people are interested in. Including usage on public transport, how easy it is to get on and off both trains and buses, how easy it is to fold and lift into boot, if it can fold and fit onto a bus easily. I know size and weight is a key factor with buses and trains especially during peak times and id also love to beable to test it up the hills and grassy areas I use daily to get to the bus stop. I'm sure others would be interested to see how this pram performs in these areas, especially in comparision to phil and ted prams which i have tested and reviewed.
    Last edited by mummy2Luca; 28-03-2012 at 09:33.

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    Oh please pick me!
    I have a 3 and 4 y/o and a baby due September!!

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    Pick me. I have newborn and toddler and am always interested in finding something better than what I already have and I have tried quite a few different prams. I use a pram quite a lot for both kids so this one would get a good workout.


 

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