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    Default Stroller for toddler

    Can anyone recommend a stroller for a toddler? At the moment we have a Phil & Ted's smart buggy but our 2 year old is quiet tall and starting to grow out of it. We are going overseas next year so I would love something that has a high weight capacity because even though he will be walking most places I would like to have one in case he gets tired. I would also prefer a lightweight one that folds down to a smallish size but durable enough that baggage handlers won't break it when placing it in the luggage hold. I looked at the Quicksmart Easy Fold stroller which looks perfect but different websites say a different weight capacity and I can't get the Quicksmart website to load. Any suggestions would be welcomed. Thanks in advance

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    Loved my maclaren

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    Loved my Mclaren too!

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    Which Mclaren stroller?

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    I can't remember the name but it is pink and dark grey and has a really handy strap on the back if you need to carry it up stairs etc. Rain cover fits on easy.

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    Love my Maclaren too. I think it's the quest

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    Mines the Quest too 😄

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    I've got a Maclaren Techno XT. Love it. My almost 4 yo still likes to sit in it and its great quality and very easy to manoeuvre. If DD will ever allow me to strap her in she is very comfy there too and it reclines totally flat for her to nap

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    I have the XLR and hate it I dunno if it's because I'm a pram girl (it was a gift from my mum at my baby shower so I can't sell it for something else). It's the biggest Maclaren so DS who is almost 2 has lots of room in it still but we've only just started using it as I wore him up until now as he hated it. My biggest gripes are the tiny basket that can't hold anything and that if I have anything on the handles it tips as soon as DS is out of it. Otherwise it's super light, manuevors really easily and folds up small.

    Still can't work out how to wash the damn thing...


 

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