I've got a tight budget and a crap pram. Luckily ds 3.5 walks almost everywhere or uses the ergo. Tried the strider in a baby store. Was good with the backward facing bassinette etc- I didn't mind the weight and it fits through a standard door. Went onto gumtree and found one 2nd hand ( bassinette still in packaging) friend picked it up and got it for $60
I get it this weekend
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15-05-2013 15:01 #23
Winkalotts.co.nz but we went into baby bunting to look at prams first. Not sure where else to go now mothercare has closed. You could Google glen huntly baby carriages, they are in melb and also deliver.
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15-05-2013 18:17 #24
I've laybuyed a bugaboo donkey. As soon as I felt how awesome it was to push I was sold. Also love the fact that you can have two bubs next to each other, can be used as a single or double. And since Im preg with bub no 1 and plan on another soon after thought this was more worth it than buying a single one then having to get another later to accommodate 2. I love the fact they can sit side by side. It cost a bomb but since we both work Fulltime at moment and both loved it we decided to splurge on it plus have heard great reviews from friends and family. It comes down to what you can afford and what is the most comfortable and convenient for you,.
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16-05-2013 15:32 #26Senior Member
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I love mine. I brought the bassinet attachment for an extra $125 from baby bunting.
Winkalotts were awesome. Quick postage (approx 7 days) and easy to deal with. Very quick email response on questions etc
The pram.. I tried it out at baby bunting first. I liked the strider compact but what sold me on the select was the rubber tyres, the easy fold and that both kids get a view instead of only seeing the rear of the front seat.
For the price.. I feel it was a perfect pram with every feature but no where near the expense of a bugaboo.
I also love it's the one pram to do all our needs. 2 child etc... No buying a $300-$400 pram now and spending another $600-$700 on a double when we need it. Decided to shell out the $700 up front and have a pram that lasts us every scenario. Love it
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16-05-2013 16:09 #27
What about warranty if you buy overseas?
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16-05-2013 16:45 #28
16-05-2013 20:32 #29Senior Member
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Yep Winkalotts cover warranty to aus as Australia and new Zealand have same standards for most thing whereas other countries such as USA have different ones
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22-05-2013 09:02 #30
I went to baby bunting yesterday and played with the bjcs, I must make it mine now lol. I spent ages looking online last night, winkalotts seems to be the cheapest but it's still $800 aus with delivery, should I hold out and try and get it a bit cheaper??
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