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    [QUOTE=Emsy82;7564317]
    Quote Originally Posted by Minchi View Post

    Does the BJCM have a rear facing option?
    No it doesnt, but its still an awesome pram.

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    [QUOTE=baby4us;7564329]
    Quote Originally Posted by Emsy82 View Post

    No it doesnt, but its still an awesome pram.
    The Versa seems quite popular too and can face forward...bit more expensive though. I just know with my first bub I'm going to want to be able to see them all the time and have them see me.

    http://www.pramwarehouse.com.au/prod..._Stroller.html

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    oooh yes the Baby jogger city versa does sitting both directions!! forgot about that one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emsy82 View Post
    I was reading some reviews on the compact as I saw that too but someone said it doesn't lay flat so is unsuitable for newborns? I don't want to have to puchase a travel system. Apart from that the reviews are pretty good
    I got the bassinet attachment

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emsy82 View Post
    I'd prefer 2 front wheels to 1...the 2 little ones on the city jogger just looked funny to me haha. A friend has a Peg Skate so might test that in my car.
    Oh I thought it was the other way round LOL. The compact has two. We double the basinet attachment as a portable cot for out visiting people, it so light to carry.

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    I've had a strider plus and now have a bugaboo bee. The bee faces both ways, lays flat, can take a cocoon for a newborn and can be steered with one hand. I wouldn't go back to my strider if you paid me lol. The lightness of the bee is awesome, plus it's very small when folded and folding/putting it up is a cinch.

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    I've got the baby jogger city gt model. It doesn't do rear facing but is an awesome pram, still has the one handed fold, single front wheel, better wheels that the city mini model and fits easily in my Corolla boot (which I think is smaller than the i30)

    Good luck


 

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