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    Thanks everyone. I am off to the shops at least with something to start with. Much appreciated.

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    Would absolutely recommend a Maclaren stroller. We brought own when DS was a little over 1 because I was sick of our large Valco pram. Its light, easy to fold and steers really well. Our lays back a little (it's quest I think). Can't wait until DS2 is big enough to use it.

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    I'm so over Maclarens!

    UppaBaby G-Luxe. $299 brand new and better than Maclarens IMO. Better steering, easier to collapse and look better.

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    Hi All,
    Is anyone familiar with the Rozibaby 3rd gen prams? I like the look of them and all their features, but they don't stock them in any stores, only online and I would be very nervous to buy something I couldn't try out first. Any reccomendations? If anyone in the inner city area of Sydney has one I would love to come and check it out.

    Thanks,

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    Quote Originally Posted by guberlady View Post
    Hi All,
    Is anyone familiar with the Rozibaby 3rd gen prams? I like the look of them and all their features, but they don't stock them in any stores, only online and I would be very nervous to buy something I couldn't try out first. Any reccomendations? If anyone in the inner city area of Sydney has one I would love to come and check it out.

    Thanks,
    I was very keen to check out the Rozibaby but no opportunities in the west. They do however attend expo's/events to showcase the pram so you may find something coming up where you are located.


 

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