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    Default has anyone bought a pram from amazon?

    if so, was it a good experience?

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    We bought our baby jogger city select from amazon. We were really happy, great price and arrived really quickly. Only downside is there is no Australian warranty (and I don't think you can bring baby joggers over anymore).

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    Yes. It was exactly as seven said.

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    apart from shipping were there any extra charges you ended up paying?

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    only because i saw a maclaren techno xt and you can get them for $249 over there.. much cheaper than here.

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    I got the baby jogger city mini from amazon. Cost $220 including postage (I got a drink tray attachment as well). It retails at $450 plus $45 for the attachment here.

    It was fast delivery in perfect condition. The only issue, as pp have said, is lack of warranty. I was willing to risk it for this amount of money but would not have bought anything pricier.

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    anybody else?

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    Not from amazon but from babyontherun they aren't allowed to send to Aus anymore so they send it to a freight forwarder and they send it to Aus (I used worldwideshipping as that's what BOTR use). Pram retails for $749 + postage here in Aus and I got it for $578 including shipping, pram was $449. Not a huge saving but they also don't sell the pram that I want in the colour that I wanted here in Aus.

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    Default has anyone bought a pram from amazon?

    We bought a baby jogger city mini double. Paid $322 including postage. Best retail price we found at the time was $769. Ordered it on Thursday & it arrived an the following Tuesday. The price differential was to big to ignore.


 

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