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    Quote Originally Posted by Jellyfishie View Post

    Have people used those travel bags to put your pram/stroller in on the plane or did you just check it in 'loose'?
    If I take my bugaboo bee or BJCS (double) then I use the Stokke travel bag. Only downside is I have to check it in at check-in. If I take my childcare storm (cheapy) then I don't bother.

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    Went on holidays recently with dd 3.5 who never uses the pram usually and it was a huge mistake not to take a cheapie.

    She just couldnt walk the distances we needed to go eg. Down the road for lunch out again for dinner when she was tired, wandering around the shops for an hour, most days all of this or more.
    Poor DHs shoulders and back were killing him from carrying her and the whinging and tantys when she wasnt carried. We just couldnt find cheap prams like you get here. Nothing under $100 in europe or asia. I'd just strap one of those $25 target ones to my suitcase in the future and give it away before coming home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jellyfishie View Post
    We just bought a stroller at Babies at Us so we don't have to take the big pram on hols. Leave for NZ in 5 weeks, yay!

    Have people used those travel bags to put your pram/stroller in on the plane or did you just check it in 'loose'?
    I did, because it was a huge flight with a couple of stop overs, and the pram wasn't a cheapie. Otherwise I don't know if I would bother.

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    OP - my sister is off to Africa in a few weeks and just bought the Babyzen YoYo stroller for the trip. It's such a good quality, easy to push pram and it folds up SO small. I was really surprised.


 

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