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    Default Pram help!

    Ok ladies I need your assistance

    When this bub arrives DS will be 21 months.
    I want to get a travel system type of pram but it needs to fit DS and the new baby in a capsule.
    Also I don't want a three wheeler!

    Give me your ideas, share your experiences!
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    I've seen one but it is extreamly expensive that will hold two kids and isn't huge and also converts to a single. It's called Bugaboo Donkey Pram. Four wheeler.
    http://www.bugaboo.com/learn/bugaboo-donkey
    Looks nice wish I could aford one.

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    You can use a travel system with toddler seat in the strider plus and baby jogger city select. I have the city select with maxi cosi mico capsule and love the set up. The pram is quite long but it's so easy to maneuver.

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    Thanks ladies

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    I have the city select ready to go! It's longer then a normal pram with 2 seats on but oh so awesome.

    Sent from my GT-I9000 using BubHub

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    I have a Strider Plus. I chose it over the BJCS after comparing them closely, and the Strider won out. The price was definitely a deciding factor. I liked that the Strider came with all the accessories and I wouldn't have to buy expensive adaptors just to be able to clip on the capsule. Very happy with my purchase

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    I had a 20 month age gap between my youngest two. I have had both the BJCS and the strider plus, an emma with a toddler seat, a side by side stroller, and a city mini with a toddler board on the back (awesome). TBH I didn't have the BJCS or the strider plus that long. Both nice looking prams, but just too big, fiddly and bulky for my liking. I bought a phil n teds about 6 months ago and after three children I can't believe I wouldn't bring myself to buy one earlier. I thought they were awful but now IMO nothing compares to them. I know you don't want a 3 wheeler but perhaps just test one out? They are amazing. Otherwise I would suggest getting something like a peg pliko (which has a toddler step) and an ergo. Ergo's are brilliant.

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    I forgot to mention that I really want DS to be able to sit at the front of the stroller, with the capsule behind.

    He won't like being crammed behind where he can't see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Von Zipper View Post
    I have a Strider Plus. I chose it over the BJCS after comparing them closely, and the Strider won out. The price was definitely a deciding factor. I liked that the Strider came with all the accessories and I wouldn't have to buy expensive adaptors just to be able to clip on the capsule. Very happy with my purchase
    This! Although for me the price wasn't an issue. I went in fully expecting to pay $1000+ for the BJSC but I was so happy with the strider plus. It handles much better than the BJSC IMO and when folded neither is really more compact than the other. I regularly take my 17kg DD and 10kg DS on hour long walks and I LOVE my strider


 

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