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    Default steelcraft strider pram stroller

    Hi i was thinking about getting the steelcraft agile stroller. I've seen them around 400 to800 bux. Are they good worth it ???
    I've had to chuck so many prams becoz they were ****. Is it worth the money I will have it used for 3 years.

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    Hi there,
    I have the agile and have used most days for 18 months now. I used it at first as a travel system with the capsule and now use it as a normal stroller.

    It is very compact and folds away very easily.

    The only gripe I have is that I find the straps at the back which adjust the recline on the pram are a bit annoying.

    Overall it has lasted well.

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    I have an agile and my biggest gripe with it is its really a 'smooth ground' only pram. At the shopping centre it is amazing, I can push it fully loaded with one hand. The tiniest bump though, as in the 1cm lip of concrete where the curb meets the gutter, and it stops dead and I nearly fly over the handle.

    I've been using it consistently for almost 3 years. I bought it because is was lightweight (CS birth), compact fold (small car) and a travel system.

    I don't hate it, but if I had my time again I would choose something more versatile on rough ground and that could cope with a brisk walk speed (eg. 6kph +).

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    We have just put the britax agile sp on layby. (It was formally the steelcraft but britax has apparently bought it out) Its the newest in the agile range. The wheels are so much better then the other agiles, they are foam filled so are good for walking, on smooth ground, all round traveling & the seat is the highest of the range now at 52cm. Its newborn to 29kgs. We are very happy with our choice. We paid $500, its usually $599

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    I had an agile for 2 years. It was great.
    Nice and light.

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    Hi thanks but I ended up getting a VeeBee stroller was 90bux easy to steer and bub is 2 so I thought just lower my budget


 

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