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    Maclaren's are great, my mum owned one (the reason why I got one besides the fact that they're awesome) and hers lasted through 3 kids and she still sold it for a decent amount, which was 20 years ago! They've only gotten better.

    I went for the bigger one (XLR) as we have a very tall family and DS ended up being a big baby so I'm glad we did! Now when I see the XT/Quest I think they look too small haha. They're so easy to collapse/pop up, nice and light, they have a built in carry handle when collapsed, I love the UV sun visor over the shade hood and under it, the hood can be extended down pretty far for when they're sleeping, the material and padding feels really nice and has such a cute foot muff! They're also so nice to push around, spins on a dime and has extendable handles.

    My only complaint is that the shopping basket is hard to access when fully reclined and it's small, but other than that it's great! I'd go into a baby store and have a push around of a few and see what you like

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    Loving my mclaren at the minute have had it a week

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    I second the Bugaboo Bee. It has the dimensions and weight of a stroller, although it's more versatile and robust than most.

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    If price wasn't an issue I'd get the Babyzen Yoyo! So cute and little and folds really easily. But it is about $425 so not cheap...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newlywed333 View Post
    If price wasn't an issue I'd get the Babyzen Yoyo! So cute and little and folds really easily. But it is about $425 so not cheap...
    Wow this is one nice stroller. It weighs less than my 14 week old baby! Might casually mention it to DH...

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    I have a valco zee and love it

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    Silver cross Dazzle .. Great ..light .. Comfy... Full recline .. Carries up to 25kg.

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    Yeah the Yoyo looks really cool - ideally I'd have that as our second stroller and the Bugaboo Buffalo as our full pram (if money grew on trees)!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsreed View Post
    I have a valco zee and love it
    me too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenhorn View Post
    me too
    Oh good! I thought I was the only one! They're very under rated in my opinion


 

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