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    Yeah - the new buffalo has foam filled tyres so no problems!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newlywed333 View Post
    Yeah - the new buffalo has foam filled tyres so no problems!

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    Hahaha sorry! I promise I don't work for Bugaboo - just excited about a pram (weird I know).

    Sorry for hijacking your thread thepouts!

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    No worries...

    i have narrowed it down though. Opinions please? (There will be about a $75 difference).
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    The first one looks more comfortable and like it has a deeper seat. However the second one looks like it may last a taller child, though it looks like a space craft - I like the first one (which I am guessing is the cheaper of the two as well).

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    I'd choose the Yoyo as the fold is sooo tiny!

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    We are about to buy a Baby Jogger City Mini GT. This is sooo easy to steer, and fold up its a clear winner. I want to jog with it, so pneumatic tyres are a must. We will more than likely order from the states and save a bundle of $$.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thepouts View Post
    No worries...

    i have narrowed it down though. Opinions please? (There will be about a $75 difference).
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    Quote Originally Posted by lambjam View Post
    But no punctures. I've had no end of trouble with my Donkey's tyres
    Oh no that sucks! We've never had a puncture with our donkey.

    If we are talking stroller, my fave is the bugaboo bee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExcitedDad2be View Post
    We are about to buy a Baby Jogger City Mini GT. This is sooo easy to steer, and fold up its a clear winner. I want to jog with it, so pneumatic tyres are a must. We will more than likely order from the states and save a bundle of $$.
    We have just bought this for our bub due in 2 months. Love that it does from newborn as I wanted a pram/stroller that I didn't have to change or upgrade as bub grew. The one hand fold is what sold me on. We took it to the shops for a spin with our 3yr old in it and its super easy to steer. The only negative is basket space is a bit small and hard to access in a fully recline position.


 
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