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    Both my boys were 17kg before they were 2.5yrs and still in a pram. Granted they slowed down after this, they are 18kg @ 3.5 and 20kg @ 4.5 just seems a little low for the price of the pram otherwise I would of bought it

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    I just don't really like 3 wheelers? But are there good ones that do everything i am looking for?

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    P.S the promenade seat converts into a bassinet btw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttoneska View Post
    does the seat on the strider turn into a bassinet or do you have to buy the bassinet seperately? I can't tell?
    Nope. You buy the bassinet or capsule separately.

    I had the capsule for my Strider for DS and it was so handy! Loved being able to clip him into the car then clip in straight into the pram while we were out without waking him. I was so sad when he outgrew it a month ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by summastarlet View Post
    Nope. You buy the bassinet or capsule separately.

    I had the capsule for my Strider for DS and it was so handy! Loved being able to clip him into the car then clip in straight into the pram while we were out without waking him. I was so sad when he outgrew it a month ago.
    I looooovvvveee my strider capsule. DD is only 11wo and I'm so glad we made the investment.

    Compared to others I believe it's a bit bulkier but I was lifting it in and out of my car with no problems after I had a c section.

    I've heard some stories about it being too wide at some stores but I've not come across anywhere yet.. That being said it is def wider than other prams.

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    I apologize as the pt that I used was made in 2009. Didn't realise they made a significant change to the design since then, I obviously haven't done research since buying my pram! Such a hard decision as everyone is so different. My strider does fit through normal checkouts though, it just didn't fit through the very skinny ones at one Kmart I went to. Otherwise I have taken it through woolies etc with no probs. :-)

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    I saw the new bebe care and fell in love with it. It's made to look very similar to strider but not as wide. The basket is huge! The seat turns into a bassinette so no need to buy extra parts. It comes with rain and sun cover. It's easier to steer. I got the buggy board with it as my 3.5 yr old prefers that to a seat. I really like it ...

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    Thanks heaps for everyones advice, on consideration I think I need sir or foam filled tyres as I live in country, have gravel driveway and unsealed roads. This was making think I need big wheels too, like a mountain buggy?

    But ultimately I want a pram that is
    -reversible
    -air or foam filled tyres that are decent size
    -front wheels that can be locked/unlocked depending if I'm in city or country
    -suitable from birth (fully reclined or bassinet/seat in one)
    -option for 2nd seat

    Any ideas? Seems the bebe is out cos of wheels. But I'm also thinking the valco rebel q air has everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttoneska View Post
    Thanks heaps for everyones advice, on consideration I think I need sir or foam filled tyres as I live in country, have gravel driveway and unsealed roads. This was making think I need big wheels too, like a mountain buggy?

    But ultimately I want a pram that is
    -reversible
    -air or foam filled tyres that are decent size
    -front wheels that can be locked/unlocked depending if I'm in city or country
    -suitable from birth (fully reclined or bassinet/seat in one)
    -option for 2nd seat

    Any ideas? Seems the bebe is out cos of wheels. But I'm also thinking the valco rebel q air has everything.
    If you live in country..I would only get Mountain Buggy (I have one ) they are amazing prams!!!!!!..Maybe MB +1 would be good..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maybelline View Post
    If you live in country..I would only get Mountain Buggy (I have one ) they are amazing prams!!!!!!..Maybe MB +1 would be good..
    R any if them reversible?


 

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