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    Default Stroller for travelling

    Hi there,
    First time poster here. I have a 7 mth old darling girl and we are heading to the UK next month for brother-in-law's wedding. We will be over there for 4 weeks so I need a good stroller; however the current pram I have is too big for travelling.
    Any suggestions of a stroller which is reasonably priced, light and compact to travel with and is also cosy enough for bub to have some sleep in (maybe will layback fully)?
    Currently researching, but thought some of you may have some recommendations.
    Many thanks

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    I think it's called a Holiday stroller come to think of it a couple of companys might make it. Simply it's red, light, compact, lays back , lots of room to put a blanket in with bub for naps and after u buy one everyone in the shops suddenly has one i've had mine for 2 and a bit years and it's been everwere man
    about $100 from bigw well worth it haven't had a drama at all with it

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    http://www.bigw.com.au/baby/strollers.html link to see it first stroller after u scroll down on the left

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    Maclarens are great for travelling.
    Maybe even buy one in the UK as they are cheaper there!?!

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    You could try the Roger armstrong Elfin. I have used this for travelling, its light weight folds flat, lays back comes with boot cover.
    We have taken it to Bali a few times. its good if your unsure of the terrian


 

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