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    Pick me! I have a cheap $25 stroller where the handle bars are too low and not suitable yet for my 6 month old. Our pram is too bulky and awkward to use for short shopping trips!

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    Pick me - I have a 3 year old daughter and 9 month old son, don't drive (by choice), but finding my current pram rather cumbersome (and can't attach toddler seat to it either) when using public transport etc, would also love to be able to stash our very large nappy bag underneath.

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    I would love to say PICK ME but bub isn't due for another 5 weeks . I don't even have pram yet.


    It's a great opportunity for those who can review this fantastic product.

    Well done Bub Hub and Bebe care for giving 4 lucky people this opportunity.

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    Pick Me!

    We're going to Sydney to visit family over Easter and would be a great chance to review how it goes travelling, compact, long distance and heavy duty use with seeing all those people and going to so many different places!

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    Pick meeeee..
    I have a MB for my son Billy (22 months) and its HEAVY!!!! since I am almost 7 weeks pregnant with #2 i would love to A) have something LIGHTER to get in and out of the boot and B) trial something new! TIA

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    Pick me please!!! We and currently using love n care and we need a new stroller that is easy to move and is small compact when folded to fit in my boot and ill be able to fit my grocery shop in the boot would be my dream come true.

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    Pretty please pick me!!

    Everyone here has such valid reasons for wanting to review the
    Stroller so you're definitely going to find it hard to choose just four people. I have a madcap two year old and a four month old - it would be great to review from both perspectives - also I just threw out my stroller I'd used for my two year old, she ran it into the ground. She's definitely able to put any stroller through it's paces

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    Pick me! I need a roomier pram for my 10kg DD, she looks quite squished in our current one!

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    Please pick me! I would love to try this stroller out and give a great review, we have no footpaths so it would get a real road test

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    Pick me!!!! My little 3 1/2 month old loves going for walks! I would love to be able to see him and talk to him while we walk!


 

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