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    I have a valco evo2 stroller and a strider compact. Much prefer the compact then the side by side personally as I feel I get in the way.

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    We have ordered a graeco ready to grow (it's inline, our shops are pretty narrow so we can't do side by side).
    We like that we can have one or two chairs, plus a standing platform for when DD 1 out grows the chair
    We ordered ours from eBay, and it's arriving from America (it's costing a bit over $300 including shipping, so it's also really affordable).

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    I'm another city select lover. 3 yr old and 1 year old.. We use it every day and both kids can see fine!
    Basket is huge too!

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    We've got an inline (graco) and it's great, dd1 (2yo) normally sits up front with dd2 (4 mths) in the capsule on the back, but if dd1 is tired we can lay the back seat down for dd1 and put the capsule on the front, easy for shopping as it has a big basket that drops down to put things in.
    Last edited by Wheaty; 02-01-2014 at 16:45.

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    Love my city select. Bub 4 months old in a capsule and dd 3.5 years old in the seat and she is quite tall too.

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    City select. Best purchase I ever made for the kids.

    Pros: comfty, easy to manouver, large basket, lots of sitting & sleeping combos.

    Cons: it is bulky and takes up lots of room in my boot if I have both seats with me. But I knew that would be the case so it doesn't bother me.

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    Another vote for city select....best pram ever. Great because the bigger child doesn't have to be at the back all the time....my 2 yr old wouldn't be happy to sit in the pram if she wasn't able to see anything.

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    Careermum that is exactly why I got the city select. I am not a fan of the strider or Phil and Teds where the other child is sitting behind with a seat to look at....


 

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