thanks all! WH- I am looking at that website now.. I think I am going to go with the city select!
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04-05-2012 13:29 #11
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04-05-2012 20:29 #13
I am getting the strider plus four, with two seats and capsule. Works out the same price for all that as bjcs but roomier. I suggest finding a store and road test them with your toddler.
04-05-2012 20:46 #14
Love the strider also.
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04-05-2012 21:02 #15
I had a Phil and teds for when I had my daughter and it's horrible to use for newborn and toddler they are better for when you have 6month+ bub and toddler but I think strider plus is the go
04-05-2012 22:12 #16Senior Member
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I bought the strider plus 4 and love it. I looked at Phil and teds and the baby city prams and they were IMO heaps more expensive. Capsule or main seat on top seat holds upto 20kg second seat holds slightly less. Capsule upto 9kg. Can also get skateboard if that suits you too.
I love it yes it's a bit wide and weighty getting it in and out of the car but it steers really well, is easy to push and is great on and off road.
04-05-2012 22:18 #17Member
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Dont buy one where u clip on the front toddler seat, i bought one and it was crap! It made it uneven with the weight in the front it just always wanted to tip on me. I would reccomend the tandem style. :-)
05-05-2012 00:22 #18
I seen the iCandy at the baby and toddler show in Melbourne recently, I fell in love. I didn't try it with 2 kids but it just felt so smooth and the turning circle on it was amazing.
The stall was always so busy with the 2 guys there that I got sick of waiting to talk to one but I seen him showing someone how to fold it down. Now it looked easy enough but you basically have to take the seat off and then fold down the frame, he didn't fold it as one thing so I don't know if that's possible. Have a look on their web site there are different combinations you can have with them. And they have videos.
19-05-2012 07:44 #19Senior Member
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Hi OP, i tried my DS at 34months in the seat of the baby jogger city select and he was too big for it! Just maybe try it out in store first before you buy as i too had my heart set on this pram since it came out but due to the age gap we'll have DS is too big.
in fact he's too big for most of the single to double prams... frustrating!
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