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    Default Recommend me a stroller - don't have the first clue how to choose!

    So I'm pregnant with out first child & DH & I are just starting to look around at some of the 'big ticket' items and decide what to buy. There are so many strollers around that to be honest I don't have the first clue how to choose! Therefore I thought I'd put together a list of what we would like from our stroller & see if you ladies could give some recommendations.

    This is what we would like:

    ~ Suitable for use from birth
    ~ Adjustable handler (or taller fixed handle) - DH is tall
    ~ Storage space underneath
    ~ Cover – (view window would be nice but not crucial)
    ~ Travel system would be nice (clip in carrier/car seat etc)
    ~ Manouverable
    ~ Fits in boot of sedan easily - we have a medium sized car & we want space left in the boot for other stuff, not just the stroller.
    ~ Not too heavy - easy for me to lift in & out of car myself, manageable for public transport etc.
    ~ Folds easily
    ~ Not too wide (suitable for crowded shop isles etc)
    ~ Stable & sturdy
    ~ Good for walking or gentle jogs

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    I have the Steelcraft Agile Plus and it ticks all of those boxes

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    Baby Jogger City Versa Love the one handed fold, the reversible seat and how easy the bucket seat is to recline and sit up.

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    The Agile Plus comes in some great colours as well

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    If you don't want reversible then agile is great choice

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    I have the Agile Plus as well. I chose it as it was one of the few that would fit in my small hatch boot. It ticks all your boxes but is awful on gravel/rougher terrain. If you get serious about jogging with a pram you could easily pick up a cheap 2nd hand different pram to live in the garage for jogs.

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