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    I just found a Mia Moda Cielo Evolution stroller that looks alright. Has anyone had any experience with one of these?

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    Is it just me or do other tall people find strollers are generally too short? I've got a Maclaren (not that I use it much), and even that's just a bit too short (I'm 177cm tall).

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    The handles on my Techno XT extend to make it suitable for taller people.

    Yeah the basket is smaller and you have that tipping issue but I often use it as it's so much lighter to get in and out of the car than the pram. And we bought it for travelling.

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    Ok has anyone had any experience with a Quinny Zapp? I can get a ex-floor stock one from a baby store pretty cheap and it looks like it folds down to a good size but if it is sh!t I don't want to waste the money because really DS2 will only be in a stroller for around another year.

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    I HATE my MacLaren got it in double and omg I can't even figure out how to fold the God damn thing so it's about to go up for sale for $50 because it has boot rub.

    I would get a bugaboo bee or a nano

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    So what always happens when I start looking into strollers has happened again, there are so many I can't choose! Tonight I am in love with the UPPABaby G-Luxe does anyone have any info on them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    I HATE my MacLaren got it in double and omg I can't even figure out how to fold the God damn thing so it's about to go up for sale for $50 because it has boot rub.

    I would get a bugaboo bee or a nano
    I would LOVE a nano but I don't want to spend that much on a stroller when we are coming up to the end of our stroller years

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    I've got the Uppababy G-Luxe. Love it!
    Really light, has a foot so will stand upright once folded rather than putting in on the ground, then has a strap you throw over your shoulder or use to pick it up, don't have to bend over at all. It has a padded seat which can me removed, looks really comfy. I have a 16 month old in it and she seems really comfortable. No complaints at all here

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    I'm looking for a stroller too, I currently have a Strider Compact which I do love but just want something lighter and easier and quicker to get in and out of the car etc.

    I like that the Uppababy G-Luxe is super light.
    The other two I had in mind are the Maclaren Quest and the Silvercross Reflex.

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    I was also looking at a nuna pepp but have decided to go with the g-luxe. I did some research on which strollers were recommended for our holiday next year and the g-luxe was mentioned a lot so it won. I am a bit sad about having to sell my smart buggy though, I love it because it is so sleek it fits in the narrowest areas but DS2 just doesn't seem comfortable in it anymore


 

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