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    Default Travel stroller

    I'm looking for a stroller to take away with us to Fiji. Preferably one with a layback option and is light weight and folds up well. My DH is over 6ft but I cant imagine there is one with adjustable handles. So one where he isn't hunching too much.

    Any recommendations would be great, I don't really want to spend over $150 as I already bought one that we are not happy with.

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    Thanks, I'll have a look at it!

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    Anyone else??

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    We just got back from overseas with our 2.5yr old & 3month old. We decided to take our pram & it wasn't too much of a hassle really, if you like that option. If not, you can even contact your resort in Fiji & almost all of them have strollers for hire (that's if you don't want to buy one).

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    Thanks, I love my pram and don't want to trash it. Not to mention its heavy! Just bought a stealcraft one, should do the trick nicely

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    Any of the Maclaren range have adjustable handles I love my XLR but it's the bigger version, the XT it also great! And fully reclines.

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    I'm travelling to Europe in September & I'm seriously considering not bothering with a pram, just my carrier/wrap. Is that an option for you?

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    We bought this one from Target for a trip to the UK. It's been really handy since too.

    http://www.getprice.com.au/Childcare...T-Stroller.htm

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    We have a Steelcraft profile which has done many, many overseas trips with us. My husband is 6 foot 3 and he uses it comfortably.


 

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