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    Default Which steelcraft travel system?

    A friend has offered her travel system capsule for free, we would just need to buy the matching pram.

    Which steelcraft would you recommend and why?

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    An agile. I absolutely love mine, im currently usinf it for my 13kg 2.5 year old and it is still easy to push and manouver etc. Best pram ive used.

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    I've had the cruiser and now have the strider plus. Out of those two, the strider would be my pick. It actually folds flatter than the cruiser,has the option of a second seat if need be, plenty of storage space, easy to push.
    If the strider compact is compatible with the capsule, that would be even better.

    It really depends what capsule it is though. I don't think all steelcraft capsules are compatible with all steelcraft prams. I know the cruiser and strider plus capsules can be used for either pram.

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    Agile!! But check the chart to see what's compatible


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    The strider plus is really heavy...

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    AGILE!! I have the agile plus and LOVE IT. i have had the strider plus and couldn't wait to get rid of it.. too heavy, bulky and you have trouble in smaller stores.. you just can't go everywhere sometimes.

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    There's a chart?!?

    I obviously need to find out what type of capsule it is then...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minchi View Post
    AGILE!! I have the agile plus and LOVE IT. i have had the strider plus and couldn't wait to get rid of it.. too heavy, bulky and you have trouble in smaller stores.. you just can't go everywhere sometimes.
    Oh those striders look like a menace! Lol I asked a friend about hers and she goes 'I've got one word for you, carnage!' . I checked them out when we were at the baby store and couldn't believe the size of them, looked like a monster truck!

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    [QUOTE=Mathermy;7184271]Oh those striders look like a menace! Lol I asked a friend about hers and she goes 'I've got one word for you, carnage!' . I checked them out when we were at the baby store and couldn't believe the size of them, looked like a monster truck![/QUOTE
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    it felt like a monster truck! lol. i would always get stuck in jb hi-fi, with its aisles and too many ppl. or i would catch the wheel on something.

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    They are big but I really haven't had any more trouble with it than friends with smaller prams.

    I tested out an agile plus today and they are great, but I don't know if I can compromise my basket space.

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