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    Quote Originally Posted by Serenity Love View Post
    Which style do you have, the one where they're facing each other or one behind the other??
    With the city select you can arrange the seats which ever way works best for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WiseOldOwl View Post
    With the city select you can arrange the seats which ever way works best for you.
    Oh wow that's great! Thank you! Now to convince the hubby to agree to getting one He's not gonna like the price, but im sure it's well worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WiseOldOwl View Post
    With the city select you can arrange the seats which ever way works best for you.
    Oh and they're good for day trips - like going to the zoo, going on long walks etc? They look sturdy. We're very outdoorsy people so looking for one to accommodate that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Serenity Love View Post
    Oh and they're good for day trips - like going to the zoo, going on long walks etc? They look sturdy. We're very outdoorsy people so looking for one to accommodate that
    I don't think it would go that well on rough terrain but on paved areas it is great. I looked at heaps of video reviews before buying mine. You can also get a car capsule adapter for some types of capsules as well if you plan on using one.

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    Personally I'd go the second seat.

    I like to go for big walks and flutter around a lot. My 4 (almost 5) year old still gets tired on our walks!! I have a hitch hiker for her but if he wasn't too tall for the second seat I would have kept that!! Lol

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    I'd get one with a toddler seat. My 3 year old DS walks most places, but he gets tired on long shopping trips or if we're outdoors for most of the day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Serenity Love View Post
    Oh wow that's great! Thank you! Now to convince the hubby to agree to getting one He's not gonna like the price, but im sure it's well worth it.
    Shop around and wait for for the big stores have their sales. You can save $300 at a sale, more if you also have a discount voucher for the store.

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    I have been browsing online at different types of strollers - the Phil and Ted's Vibe looks good too and more of an off road one. Anyone have experience with one of them?

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    I have the steelcraft compact for this coming bub with the toddler seat. Ds2 will be 3.5yrs and although he does ride his bike, I'm a big walker and can't expect ds to walk or ride the distance I walk. I had the city series previously and well and truelly utilised the toddler seat with ds1.

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    I have a Phil and Ted's and wouldn't recommend it. It's pretty heavy and not as easy to use as my baby jogger city mini.


 

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